Libya takes helm of UN Security Council

Five countries have joined the U.N. Security Council as
non-permanent members for two-year terms. Among them is Libya, which
has also assumed the Security Council’s rotating presidency for the
month of January. 

Libya moved deeper into the fold of the international community
Thursday, taking up the helm of the very same body that had previously
sanctioned it as a state-sponsor of terrorism.

“We have four million Muslims in Albania. There are signs
that Allah will grant Islam victory in Europe – without swords, without
guns, without conquests. The fifty million Muslims of Europe will turn
it into a Muslim continent within a few decades. Europe is in a
predicament, and so is America. They should agree to become Islamic in
the course of time, or else declare war on the Muslims.”

– Col Muammar Gaddafi, interview on Al-Jazeera TV. Qatar, April 10, 2006.

Trained at the British Army Staff College, the brutal and
psychopathic Islamic-socialist military dictator, murderer, terrorist
and human-rights abuser over Lybia for nearly 40 years, Col Muammar
Gaddafi, now playing a lead role in the UN Security Council?

Libya has signed contracts with France to buy anti-tank missiles and radio communications equipment worth $405m (£199m), Libyan officials have said.

The arms agreement is Libya's first with a Western country since a European Union embargo was lifted in 2004. Libyan officials, speaking to reporters anonymously, said Libya was purchasing Milan anti-tank missiles worth $230m and radio communications equipment worth $175m.

Both contracts were secured by subsidiaries of the European aerospace and defence giant EADS, they said.

So here we go again, the West supplying arms to the nations that want to kill us all.


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