Monday, May 4, 2009

And what has it got to do with us then?

I was having a quick scan of the news and noticed this.


A team of British MPs has arrived in Sri Lanka to discuss the difficulties facing tens of thousands of civilians affected by the conflict in the north.

Why? What the feck has it got to do with MPs from Britain? Would there time not be better spent discussing the difficulties facing the 'civilians' of Britain?

The delegation includes former defence secretary Des Browne, whose appointment as Britain's special envoy to Sri Lanka was turned down by Colombo.

His appointment was turned down because the rebels praised British ministers for visiting last week.

The MPs are to visit camps for displaced people in the north.

What they gonna do? Cook them some grub? Wash clothes? Or stand around in their suits looking 'concerned'?

Meanwhile, Tamil Tiger rebels have praised the UK and French foreign ministers for their visit last week.

See Des Browne being told to feck off, (above).

The Tigers have been fighting for an independent home for Sri Lanka's minority Tamils in the north and east of the country for the past 25 years.

Who cares? Not I.

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Why do our MPs feel the need to be poking their collective noses into other countries affairs? It's got absolutely hee haw to do with us what is going on in Sri Lanka. Yeah, I'm sure it's terrible and all that but honestly, I don't care.

All thats happened is that they have pissed off the Sri Lankan government by cosying up to the Tamils.


3 comments:

Fidothedog said...

Maybe Milicunt will feed them some bananas?

Rab C. Nesbitt said...

They should stuff the bananas up his arse. He'd probably enjoy it.

killemallletgodsortemout said...

Hey Rab.

Care to bet how many millions of our money the Sri Lankans are going to get, once these cunts come back to blighty?