Direct Democracy Comment
Cameron blocks potential £2 BN aid deal to Somalia
With the total cost of halting the Somali famine estimated by the UN to be less than £2 BN, and with over £30 BN in frozen UK bank accounts belonging to Hozni Mubarak alone [separate to the UK accounts of the former Western-backed dictators of Tunisia and Libya] why is Somalia starving?
The UN has already been dropping aid by air successfully ['successfully' meaning that all aid gets distributed to those who need it regardless of anything that the Al-Shabaab militia do to try to prevent distribution].
The German Government liberated £100 M from Gadaffi's german-based accounts [23rd Jul. 2011] to give to the Libyan 'rebels' for arms.
Why has David Cameron blocked the People's Administration's proposal [submitted to him 26th Jul. 2011] to take as little as £2 BN from all three account holders [with the permission of the NTC in Libya and the current representatives of Tunisia and Egypt] to use to end the Somali famine with immediate effect? We even suggested that the transitional leadership of all three countries would probably be very grateful for the opportunity to make a gesture of appreciation for the recent Western support by way of assisting their fellow Muslim brothers and sisters in their own continent.
The People's Administration even offered to attend any negotiations with the three transitional leaderships so as to pursued them of why doing this would be in their own best interests.
At the time of our submission, one of our contacts in David's office asked the founder of the People's Administration to wait for David to return from his holiday in Italy [obviously not an urgent issue] before they could formally respond. Up to this day, there has been no response and the people of Somalia continue to starve whilst mainstream UK news agencies have scaled-down their coverage to nothing.
With direct democracy, the UK tax payer could have demanded that the £2 BN that David Cameron has spent on building terrorist-creating drones could have been spent on creating new friends in predominantly islamic Somalia.
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