Oh, Right, Clearly It’s All Britain’s Fault…

…for not realising you were backward savages, and not decent human beings:

Omar Al-Mukhtar, a Libyan cadet at the base but not one of those implicated in the crimes, said Libyan soldiers thought the men accused of assault had been treated badly. He told the BBC that he felt “there is no problem”. Mr Al-Mukhtar added that there had been conflict between British and Libyan soldiers at the base and blamed the UK Government for not offering “a comfortable way of living here”.

He claimed that some people were “trying to ruin the reputation of the Libyan army” and that his fellow soldiers had been offered alcohol, drugs, and sex for money when they left the base. He said: “It was the British from the beginning. They should have sought a solution and finished the training well. They didn’t tell us about British law and what’s the difference between right and wrong here.”

Funny, at a time when it would seem Libyan men really, really need to be told that ‘No’ means ‘No’, what are our feminists doing?

Whinging about Mini adverts.

9 comments for “Oh, Right, Clearly It’s All Britain’s Fault…

  1. Ljh
    November 8, 2014 at 9:15 am

    They are irremediable. It’s just those nice social scientists and politicians said that everyone is the same. Anyone who does not respect women, homosexuals, other and no religionists as equals must be told to fuck off back to the hellholes from whence they crawled while we tell the politicians who let them in to go there too if they like the ungrateful sods so much.

  2. Woman on a Raft
    November 8, 2014 at 11:47 am

    The rape charge concerns the rape of a man, so the jibe at ‘feminists’ is baffling. What exactly are they supposed to do, beyond pointing out that buggery of a male is just as much a sexual crime as the rape of a woman? I haven’t heard any one saying it is only a man, so it’s alright. Rather, there has been a legal fight for years to make sure that the definition of rape now includes what was previously down-graded as a sexual assault. So if anything, the victim (assuming the charge is proved) has the feminists to thank for being taken seriously.

    What may have been an issue is that the citizens of Cambridgeshire are indoctrinated that they must not show any racial discrimination, therefore when foreign people approach them they may fail to show any basic prudence concerning strangers. The doctrine of non-racism turns off the natural caution and claims that it is ‘racism’ to exercise basic precautions such as establishing identities, staying with your friends, etc.

    Also, if the soldiers presented themselves as military trainees, the standards are very high from the military presences in the county. The average clubber cannot be expected to know the difference between a USAF attache and recently recruited Libyan, who thinks – wrongly – that merely smiling at them is an invitation to have sex. Although there is only one person charged, it is believed this was a gang-rape, which suggests they went out gay-bashing and picked the first single man they could find; there are often homeless people drifting around greens of Cambridge. (The sexual orientation of the victim is irrelevant – nobody should be raped.)

    These matters are important – too important to be reduced to a side-swipe at ‘feminists’. The removal of the trainees has been swift but there is now a problem with a number of them claiming asylum (thought to be 20), which means that in future it will be impossible to train anybody here for fear of the lot of them refusing to leave. This may have more to do with why they were removed. Paradoxically, the people committing the sexual assaults (allegedly) are now able to stay here pending trial. This should give them plenty of time to get some stupid girl pregnant because she doesn’t want to be accused of racism by saying ‘no’.

    Andrew Lansley supported the training on the basis that the soliders would stay in barracks. But Bassingbourne is not a prison so they were able to leave and clearly had not the fundamental military discipline of staying where they were told. You would be an idiot to let teenagers like that have guns; we are lucky we aren’t looking at a mass shooting incident. The army – our army – lost control of the base and were too afraid of being accused of racism to take a stand, including allowing our own personnel to be attacked and threatened.

    The MOD are creeps: the situation could have been controlled but the military were not permitted to take proper disciplinary measures, thus putting our own citizens at risk.

    • November 10, 2014 at 7:43 am

      The rape charge may indeed have been male rape, but most of the other complaintss are not. And I’ve yet to see the feminists utter one peep about this case.

      Not. One. Peep.

      They have plenty to say on everything else, but not this. Why not? You hit the nail on the head. Fear of being called racist.

      • Johnnydub
        November 10, 2014 at 4:29 pm

        Clearly nothing has been learned from Rotherham et al…

  3. Viscount Rectum
    November 8, 2014 at 11:54 am

    There is no such thing as right or wrong just ascending or descending cultural practices and values such as rape which is not rape if your religion says it is something else, murder is ok if your religion says so, it may even require you murder.

    • November 9, 2014 at 1:03 am

      “”They didn’t tell us about British law and what’s the difference between right and wrong here.””

      You are right and wrong Viscount. Right and wrong do not change depending on location. Their ‘religion’ is nothing of the sort. Islam is an ‘anti-religion’. It turns religion on its head. It lauds evil and orders its adherents to do evil.

      The MOD and our own modern ‘culture’ is as much to blame as the Libyans. We might just as well cut our own damned heads off. We are Hell-bent on national suicide.

  4. November 8, 2014 at 1:25 pm

    He’s right it is all our fault for letting them into the UK in the first fucking place.
    When will the power that be realise you can’t train these animals to do anything they run amok and create havoc in every damn country they come across and I fail to understand why we are training more muslim soldiers to kill our troops in the future.
    The powers that be forget rape and abuse of women is normal in their culture and that they have no moral or ethical compass, which is exactly why cultural enrichment does not work.
    Where I live 99% of rapes are committed by “well thought of pillars of the muslim community who are fathers” ie pakistani taxi drivers they use this phrase as an excuse to attempt to get their sentences reduced and this is just the ones they catch there are still 5 floating around here who have yet to be caught. It’s time we realised that these animals are a lost cause.

    • mona
      November 9, 2014 at 2:09 pm

      These animals will be animals they never were a cause, our politicians who are the lost cause.

  5. Flyinthesky
    November 8, 2014 at 4:28 pm

    It is indeed all Britains fault, nobody in a public or governmental position can admit or even consider the fact that cultures are different and operate on completely different mindsets.
    A half hour discussion on western values won’t change things overnight.
    It’s a bit like making mayonaise, if you drip it in it makes the sauce, if you pour it it curdles. There are of course certain ingredients that won’t blend however you try and mix them.

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