No the point is that in England if we don't give someone a visa they're not allowed in. Same in Libya... some people think there's one rule for Anglo-Saxon-type people and another one for everyone else like Arabs for example but, in actual fact, we believe in the equality of all persons so that notion is clearly wrong.
Money quote for citizens of the US planning a short visit to your beautiful country:
"No You will not normally need a visa to come to the United Kingdom for a short visit"
As for entering rebel-occupied/liberated Lybia: do they even have the capability of issuing Visas? I somehow doubt one issued by Tripoli would have helped much. Actually, even if they had had all the correct documentation, I'm not sure things would have gone any better for the SAS given the circumstances.
Regardless, last I heard (a while back so I could be wrong) passport control on the Lybian side of the border with Egypt was basically a guy with a rifle waving people through ... maybe the SAS folks would have had better luck with that route ;-)
Well US citizens 'cause they're mainly Anglo-Saxon-type people don't always need a visa but Libyan type Arabs need one - we put visas on them so they put visas on us which means that SAS tyoe people aren't allowed in unless they first obtain one.
Well US citizens 'cause they're mainly Anglo-Saxon-type people don't always need a visa
Oh yeah... luv that white bread, mate. Are we to believe that the British gov't promotes racism and profiling on that scale? And here I thought homophobia was your main hang-up. Pity the poor gay Arab — double whammy!
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