They Just Don't Deserve Us
As has been repeatedly demonstrated in liberated zones from Vietnam through Afghanistan to Iraq, the lesser breeds are often regrettably slow to comprehend the high and holy Western truth that wog-bombing solves everything. Such is also the case in Libya, which was freedomised by the Bullingdon Club and their little yellow enablers half a decade ago, but which continues largely unappreciative of civilised and democratic values. The general lack of law and order has resulted in hordes of migrants threatening British jobs from their rafts in the Mediterranean; and now rival militias are making matters yet worse by fighting for control of the oil industry. This base, materialistic urge, so much less exalted than the West's motivations for its own little escapades, has caused intense concern in case of damage to the infrastructure on the coast, which the wog-bombing nations in their disinterested benevolence have identified as the economic lifeblood of the country. It is heartbreaking to think how much trouble might have been avoided, if only the Libyans had planned ahead a little while they were being wog-bombed, and had thought to make appropriate arrangements for a civilised and democratic transfer of their country's resources into the appropriate lily-white hands.