British diplomats in Libya fear lethal wars blowback


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After Al-Qaeda and similar groups were allies of the USA, Britain, France and other NATO countries in the Libya war (which they still are in the Syria war) … the United States ambassador in Libya was killed by former allies of NATO.

NATO’s “new” Libya turned out to be unsafe for British, and Dutch, citizens.

Then came the turn of France for violence.

And, now the turn of British diplomats, whose lives David Cameron endangers with his war policies, may come.

From the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (Beijing):

Libya: British Embassy in Libya Suspends Work Amid Fears

24 April 2013

Tripoli — The British embassy has suspended work in Libya since Tuesday until further notice, after the French embassy was bombed in Libya’s capital Tripoli earlier in the day.

An employee at the British embassy, speaking on condition of anonymity, told Xinhua that the British embassy could be closed for several days.

The bombing of the French embassy, which left two guards injured, led to a sense of panic among foreign embassies in Libya.

Last year, U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and two of his guards were killed by an armed attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi in eastern Libya.

Recently published cabinet documents reveal that Canada was plotting to cash in on its prominent role in the U.S.-led war against Libya even before the fighting had stopped: here.

Americans are exhibiting an isolationist [?] streak, with majorities across party lines decidedly opposed to American intervention in North Korea or Syria, according to the latest New York Times/CBS News poll: here.

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