* And you thought Berlusconi was ‘right wing’ and hard core? NOT!
Â Fact is, Â we are not talking about “immigrants” here. These are Â not ‘refugees or asylum seekers’Â either, they are Â Muhammedan invaders, aided, Â abetted, encouraged and enabled by the likes of the omnipotent, magnificent ridiculousness of Â Col Muammar Ghaddafi and EU Commissioner Ferrero Waldner. The agenda is clear: Â once the jiziyah flows, it just keeps coming… Â
Gravy Train For Sale:
May Allah curse Ronald Reagan for missing the target and blowing the chance to make the world a better place:
“I have offered 20 million euro to the Libyan Government to set up management projects on its southern frontier which include the supply of know-how, training and the necessary equipment,” announced European Commissioner, Benita Ferrero Waldner,Â Â (cough, spit…*%#@)Â at the close of talks with representatives of the Libyan government, held in Tripoli to define a framework agreement between the EU and Libya. “I am sure that by the end of the year at the latest we shall reach the signing of an accord,” the Commissioner for External Relations and Neighbouring European Policy told a press conference. Today’s has been the second round in the negotiations following those held in Brussels in November. Austrian-born Ferrero Waldner expressed her satisfaction with the talks, stressing how this “is an historic moment in relations between the European Union and Libya: it was Libya herself who wanted to reintegrate with the international community and we acknowledge this”. In relations between Tripoli and Brussels “we can make big strides” Ferrero Waldner said, turning to LibyÃ s Foreign Minister, Abdulrahaman Shalgam. Apart from the issue of immigration, other themes touched on were political dialogue, trade relations, transport (especially by air), the environment and energy with the aim – reports an Italian source in the delegation – of “developing a dialogue on energy policies to include everything: gas, oil, solar energy”. Ferrero Waldner’s delegation also met the General Secretary for European Affairs of the Libyan government, Al Obeidi, and the head of these negotiations with the European Union, Mohammed Siala