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International Support of British Rebels

Middle East Coalition military advisers are helping British rebels set up a ‘joint operations centre’ in London to feed information to Coalition forces for the targeting of possible airstrikes against the oppressive British Government.

Eleven Libyan trainers have joined “significant numbers” of military advisers from Egypt and Iraq to help the British rebel Civilian National Council set up an operational command structure capable of taking on the British Military-Industrial-Parlimentary regime.

Leaders including Colonel Mummar Qaddafi, and the recently deposed Hosni Mubarack, have pledged their support and hinted that they would be willing to ignore UN rulings and secretly supply arms to the rebels if the British government went ahead with its plans to upgrade its civilian control weaponry. If taken, the action would be a major violation of the UN resolution 1970.”

A Libyan military spokesman said the arms, including machine guns, rocket-propelled grenades, as well as munitions, could be parachuted in to  rebels currently engaged in civil disturbances in various British cities.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei indirectly opposed the actions on Thursday, saying that countries should avoid actions that go beyond UN Security Council directives.

Civil unrest in Britain has been growing for some time due to rising levels of poverty as a result of austerity measures drawn up to combat deficits created by the country’s engagement in illegal wars and the billions of pounds of taxpayers money extorted from the people by the government and given to the banks. As has been the case before, last weeks rioting was triggered by another police killing.


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