I do not wake-up in the morning worrying about pleasing people. I do not also seek to displease anybody. All I am concerned with is pursuing what is right: according to my conscience. If that wins me support, so be it. And if it brings me criticisms, I would welcome them without regret. A 19th Century African sultan, who researched extensively on slavery once wrote, “Conscience is an open-wound, only the truth can heal it.” I agree. For months now Britain has been shamelessly trying … more
Perhaps basking on its success in extracting $11.5m compensation per victim of the 1988 Lockerbie bombing, Britain is once again chasing after Libya's money. This time around, the victims of the Irish conflict and/or civil war want to be compensated because Libya sold arms to one of the warring factions.