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When does a protest movement become a revolution? Usually, it doesn’t when the other side has all the guns and has no compunction about using them. I wonder how Gordon Brown is feeling today about those photographs taken of him not so long ago, smiling beside Gaddafi. After their handshake, did he check to see whether his had blood on them?

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  1. February 20, 2011 at 7:10 pm

    Gordon was just following in the footsteps of his predecessor who was the first to suck up to this murderous bastard. Gaddafi never changed his tune one iota. He just greased a few palms to make sure he didn’t wind up like Saddam.

    Hate to think how this one will work out. Gaddafi would kill every last man, woman and child in Libya without losing a wink of sleep.

    • February 20, 2011 at 7:21 pm

      As long as he has the army. When they see him as an embarrassment, as Mubarak became, he might well wind up like Saddam.

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