Repressive leaders get just deserts

In a widely-reported gaffe, Prime Minister David Cameron suggested the Egyptian government should follow the ‘path of reform and not repression’…but had clearly messed up his line on ‘reform and not representation’.

While Egypt’s army vowed it would not use force against protestors, UK police chiefs warned that more extreme tactics are to be expected, and followed that threat up days later by CS gassing UKUncut protestors, who suspected that UK pharmacy chain Boots was registered in Switzerland for reasons other than the ‘increasingly international nature of [their] wider group.’

Written by Statto and Tom

January 31, 2011 at 23:17

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