Thursday, 15 November 2012
Liam Fox's resignation was for conducting a proxy foreign policy on behalf of three foreign interests.
One was the American neoconservative movement, not then in government in its own country, and now deprived of any hope of ever being so.
The second was the Israeli secular Far Right, sadly very much in government in its own country.
And the third was the government of Sri Lanka. That's right. Sri Lanka.
Why is this man still in receipt of the Conservative Whip? Why has he not been expelled from the House of Commons? Why has he not been prosecuted for treason? Why?