The British National Party opposes the imposition of a no-fly zone on Libya, which comprises yet more unwarranted Western military action abroad, Party leader Nick Griffin MEP has stated.
"Our Political Class are warmongers who have learned nothing from Afghanistan and Iraq,” Mr Griffin said. “They are trying to usurp the Libyan people's right to decide their leadership and future.
"This is not about human rights in Libya. It is about Libya's vast oil and gas wealth. It's interesting to contrast their attitude towards Libya with their lack of action on the repression against protesters in client states such as Bahrain and Saudi Arabia.
“Cameron and Clegg cause death and misery abroad and hardship at home. Not a single further person should die because of their evil policies", he said.
David Cameron was the first “world leader” to raise the prospect of Western military intervention in Libya. He has been at the forefront of those callings for a no-fly zone over Libya.
At the special regional Cabinet meeting in Derby last Monday, Mr Cameron told his colleagues that a no-fly zone over Libya would not require a specific UN Security Council resolution. That was tacit recognition that many countries are unconvinced that attacking Libya is either justified or wise.
Mr Cameron is isolated on this issue. Despite their public statements, many politicians realise that if one Libyan were killed by Western forces there would be hell to pay. Given their experience of the savage Italian occupation, most Libyans reject any form of colonialism and remain nationalistic.
One EU diplomat summed up the lack of enthusiasm for Cameron's jingoism thus: "There is no appetite at the UN Security Council. There is no appetite at NATO. There is no appetite in the Arab League. There is no appetite in the EU. A no-fly zone is not going to fly."
The British National Party opposes any meddling in Libya. Our troops have no role to play there. Only Libyans should and can solve Libyan problems.