UK attempt to train Libyan savages fails miserably

It has been five months since the tricolour flag of post-Gaddafi Libya was first hoisted alongside the Union Jack at Bassingbourn, to mark the start of a training programme to give leadership skills to a total of 2,000 hand-picked Libyan cadets to help their war-torn country. Until yesterday, there were 236 Libyans at the base. But far from teaching leadership, it seems their sojourn to the UK had the opposite effect.

Drunkenness, theft, violent clashes with British troops and in-fighting between the Libyans themselves had become an almost daily occurrence. More disturbing, allegations of a male rape and sexual attacks on three local woman are now being investigated. Meanwhile, the lanes and cul-de-sacs in the vicinity of the barracks have been teeming with police dispatched in an attempt to allay local fears.

It was easy to forget, as yet another squad car and marked van passed along the quaint High Street this week, that this is Bassingbourn-cum-Kneesworth (pop; 3,500).

This village is often described as one of the most peaceful in the country. It is a place where the theft of a bike, say, or a potted plant, would most likely make headlines in the local newspaper. Could anyone living here ever have imagined a scenario where a sensibly-dressed young woman would be advised to ‘cover-up’ her bare arms when she bumped into a group of Libyans at the bank in the middle of the afternoon? Well, that is exactly what happened a couple of weekends ago.

Perhaps most extraordinarily, the suggestion to cover up was made by a British soldier — a member of the Royal Highland Fusiliers, in charge of the Libyan party.

Could anyone have imagined, either, that a girl living near the barracks would be told, by British military police one morning, to stay at home for her ‘own safety’? Or that police armed with Heckler & Koch submachine guns and Glock pistols would be spotted standing near Hattie’s coffee shop in the early hours of the morning?

An angry David Cameron told the House of Commons that the Libyans’ conduct was unacceptable and insisted none of the cadets should be granted asylum here. He then said the Government programme to train Libya’s army would be scrapped and all the trainees deported.

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nah its all just "progressive"

Hopefully Pat Condell will do a rant about it. He manages to find the right words usually.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bCG9NgX05a0&list=UUWOkEnBl5TO4SCLfSlosjgg

So apparently many of these Islamic cadets they dumped on a small rural English village had never seen a woman before other then their mothers. No culture clash there then. None were told anything about English law.

Will the insanity ever end?

But the British squaddies kicked the fuck out of them. Phone Post 3.0

Marcus Agrippa - So apparently many of these Islamic cadets they dumped on a small rural English village had never seen a woman before other then their mothers. No culture clash there then. None were told anything about English law.

Will the insanity ever end?

The height of irony isn't it ? They are so religious their women have to cover up for reasons of modesty yet when they rape them its the womans fault. Lack of self control doesn't enter in to it.

GRYAN -
Marcus Agrippa - So apparently many of these Islamic cadets they dumped on a small rural English village had never seen a woman before other then their mothers. No culture clash there then. None were told anything about English law.

Will the insanity ever end?

The height of irony isn't it ? They are so religious their women have to cover up for reasons of modesty yet when they rape them its the womans fault. Lack of self control doesn't enter in to it.
And they were getting pissed! Phone Post 3.0