Saturday, August 22, 2009

Ulterior Motives in the Lockarbie Release?

I know this post is a little bit late, but I've been a bit too angry to put anything together until now. I guess a life sentence doesn't really mean until you die in a jail cell anymore, no matter how horrendous the crime.

I think this pic is very good:

Once again, idiot leftists and dhimmi apologists fail to understand Islam.

Showing compassion to a terrorist murder got what?

It got Meghri a hero's welcome in Tripoli.

Islam cannot understand mercy or compassion!

But, it seems, there could have been an underlying reason for the 'compassionate' release of the murderer of 207 people.

On Friday, Lord Trefgarne, chairman of the Libyan British Business Council, said Mr. Megrahi’s release had opened the way for Britain’s leading oil companies to pursue multibillion-dollar oil contracts with Libya, which had demanded Mr. Megrahi’s return in talks with British officials and business executives.

Lord Trefgarne told the BBC that talks on oil contracts had “not moved as fast as we would have hoped and expected” since Tony Blair, then prime minister, met in a tent in Libya five years ago with Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi, the Libyan leader, and set the terms for the “deal in the desert” that sketched a reconciliation between Colonel Qaddafi’s pariah government and the West.

Hey, leftists hypocrites... Whatever happened to "no blood for oil?"

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