Has David Cameron finally lost the plot?
In 1987 while studying politics at college and actively supporting CND, I made the mistake of opening my mouth once too often, saying that in the future we would be paying for water and if we allowed it to happen, paying for the very air we breathe would only be short step away. Being pretty outspoken and rebellious back then could be a certainty for getting into trouble, and the only way for young people to express their anger at the time was through music. Knowing the world was screwed and feeling helpless to prevent it could be pretty frustrating when nobody wants to listen, especially when accustomed to constantly being accused of being an angry young man. If John Lennon, James Dean, Mario Savio or any youth culture guru couldn't do it then what chance does a nobody have? Slamming a guitar into an amp wouldn't help either.
Then, if it wasn't glaringly made obvious by now, nobody dared to utter "coincidence" when Cameron shows up in Libya immediately after Gadaffi's capture and execution.
We must be prepared to face the insults of being called nuts, looney, paranoid, pessimistic, fear monger or conspiracy theorist. But, it's a small price to pay if proved wrong and it's all BS. Sometimes, the messenger has to take the risk of being shot.