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Eight SAS men in undercover mission are seized in Libya

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posted on Mar, 5 2011 @ 11:57 PM
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Who side am I on?
I'm on the peoples side.

I'm pretty sure you're disappointed. I would be too if my false ASSUMPTIONs fell through.
I hope I didn't get your nose too out of joint. It seemed pretty easy to do. Your reply is a perfect example. I'm a tool? Well then you just got tooled. You don't care for stars. Well there I'll give you one. Keep it all shiny


With regard to the "True strength bit & Working class hero BS" Take it to McDonalds, that and $1.00 will get you a cup of coffee off of their $1.00 menu



ON topic...
I hope for the well being of the SAS. I also question the story.


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posted on Mar, 5 2011 @ 11:59 PM
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Also, the SAS don't get captured, not en masse anyway. You simply cannot capture 8 SAS unless they want to be.


Feel free to read my two posts here, and here that would fit right in!



posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 12:01 AM
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Trying to insult someone because your arguement was backed by zero facts and lacked any kind of intelligence possible isn't the way to go. Take your spade, your trowel, and your scythe, and tend to your gardening so these warriors can get the job done. Bobbleheads are much better off in the garden.
I am going to give you a star to build your self esteem.
edit on 6-3-2011 by LoverBoy because: star for you!



posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 12:11 AM
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Originally posted by Oaktree
reply to post by stumason
 




Also, the SAS don't get captured, not en masse anyway. You simply cannot capture 8 SAS unless they want to be.


Feel free to read my two posts here, and here that would fit right in!


Oh please! That would be such a badly planned op and so blatantly obvious it wouldn't happen. I can't even articulate how silly such a plan that would be....



posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 12:20 AM
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This smells like a false flag, either that or the SAS were on their way to take Gaddafi out (and i dont mean by the wrist)
Surely if Tony blair cant convince this guy to step down, after ringing his new iphone4 directly via video call, why would they send 8 SAS members in.....

if not
(and everything is as the BBC and State owned media are telling us) then i hope the "Rebels"(< always sounds negitive) sit them down and say ...."Listen,,,, F*** off home", "we got this"

Anywho do you really believe 8 SAS members would not evade the Civilians turned rebels?????

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posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 12:27 AM
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I have met some SAS guys. Very special breed, but nobody is invincible. Remember, they have a diplomat with them. This slows them down as well as the diplomat most likely has received zero training and had zero combat experience. Again, our group had a similar issue with reporters who wanted to tag along. Too much at stake.



posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 12:29 AM
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Originally posted by Stewie
reply to post by SLAYER69
 

My point is you are a tool. Or a fool. Take your pick.
Eat your stars, that is your food. That makes you tick.

You didn't answer my question. Are you on the side of the rebels, or Israel?

You guys are a dime a dozen. You "warriors". Slayer. slain. What is the difference?

I admit, I despise your kind. Real strength doesn't hide behind the latest weaponry, pretending to be saving the world while destroying it. Real strength is doing simple deeds day after day hoping for a better life for ones family. With a pick, a shovel, a hammer, or a pen.
This is a common theme worldwide among the underclass of the working poor.
I will always take the side of the common man, not the common warrior, Slayer. You are not doing any good. If you care to tell me about the good you do, I will lend you an ear.
I care nothing for the stars, just the truth.



although i feel what angle your coming from Stew, you cant just ask people wether they are on the side of the rebels or Is ra el? Thats crazy man, think about it, every wants the Protesters turned Armed Rebels to live and succeed, and the surpressors to fall, but come on bro, not every1 is an israeli lololol


i personally cant stand the is ra el i gov tbh, but like i said there is something fishy.com going on in the mid east right now, and i dont think any1 knows the full picture, you get the smart ass's who have figured out how to copy and paste a link, but they know just as much as you!!!



posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 01:12 AM
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Originally posted by Sky watcher
Wow what stupid rebels. They came in to talk to them and ask them if they needed anything and got locked up lol. How dumb, The Brits should tell them to release them now or forget about help in the future.


It's a smart move if these "rebels", so called, don't want Libyans to become the next Iraqis..

I like how certain people who don't wear uniforms are "insurgents" and "terrorists" not worthy of Geneva convention protections, but these non uniform dudes were "SAS men in undercover ".. lol.. nice propaganda slant.



posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 02:04 AM
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Originally posted by Travlla

Originally posted by KDM_Souljah
After today i went from die hard, SAS all the way,wont let a bad word be said about them too,total disbelief that they would be so stupid as to be put in that situation,they have certainly tarnished thier reputation.


It's called following a lawful order,Just because they are SAS does not mean they can pick and choose the missions they want,they were escorting a diplomat who wanted talks with the rebels,The rebels obviously don't want food or medical assistance ,or anything from anyone and that's fine,lets just let em be and they can sort out their own problems,I do wonder thou if the pro government forces gain the upper hand, will the rebels start asking for help?


what's wrong with the phone? you don't have to send a tactical team of 8 sas commandos and inflitrate libya to talk.

all you have to do is call and offer assistance, if they want it they will invite you.


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posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 02:22 AM
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The British army has special ops teams trained in helping the rebels overthrow gaddafi. Maybe they were inserted into libya and made to look captured as a cover for the operation.



posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 02:48 AM
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Originally posted by Oaktree
No one finds it odd that these men were captured last night, right after a massive explosion that leveled an area the size of three soccer fields, in Benghazi?


Why would a special forces team destroy the Benghazi arms depot that was in the hands of the rebels? The media has already shown how dangerous and unstable those arms dumps are. They are an accident waiting to happen with untrained civilians breaking into the boxes to get munitions out. There was a report last week of a rebel waiving about a hand held surface to air missile. When asked by the journalist what it was he said it was a rocket propelled grenade! I can just imagine him trying to push an RPG warhead into the SAM launcher! When you have untrained people playing around with arms caches the likely hood is that they will go boom!

TJ
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posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 03:09 AM
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I think that there is some truth to the story? His son Saif described the night that a house used by Gadaffi was hit. The interview from 2002.

www.independent.co.uk...


For Saif Gaddafi, the 30-year old-son of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, bogeyman of the West for more than 20 years, the memory is as fresh as if the bombs had fallen yesterday. He and five brothers, his mother and adopted sister were in bed when American planes attacked their home in Tripoli. By the time "Operation El Dorado Canyon" was over, the sister, Hanna, two, and 30 others were dead. "It was chaos, awful," he recalled yesterday. "My mother had heard explosions far away, because the Americans bombed a naval base 30 kilometers [20 miles] from Tripoli first. Then the noise came closer and she tried to get us all out of bed, out of our house. But it was too late. The bombs hit and there was smoke and dust and flames. When it settled, we found Hanna.


TJ



posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 03:18 AM
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This does not look like an area three football fields in size. It looks more like the size of the penalty area of just one.
Dont believe the hype.



posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 03:30 AM
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Too late for that one. Some are off on the Tactical Nuke theory! It was the same during Iraq in 2003.
It is amazing how some people can bend a story! It will be the aliens and death rays next!


Libya Tac Nuke thread

www.abovetopsecret.com...

TJ



posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 04:01 AM
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Personally I see this as deliberate, perhaps to mask what both the opposition and British gov are up to..

The reason I see it as deliberate is the number of Royal Navy ships going in and out of Benghazi, HMS Cumberland, HMS York and now HMS Westminster.. With rumour that RFA Argus is also enroute or in the area..

and I'm always interested in where RFA Argus is since she is a primary casualty receiving ship (as an armed vessel she can not be called a hospital ship)

The whole thing smells of extensive British presence in the area of Benghazi.



posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 05:11 AM
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See what happens,when you stick your nose where it is not wanted?

Disbelief, did they let themselves be caught,I actually thought SAS teams were in Lyba on the rebel side,to help them fight Gadaffe's forces. If true,if those rebel forces do anything, this will play into the hands of Gaddaffe that is for sure.
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posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 06:12 AM
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This is why Reagan tried to kill him in an air-strike?


Saddam, Mubarrak and Osama were once propped up, supported and armed by US, obviously when their role is over, the US just brushes them to the side and labels them with whatever it feels like.



Yeah like there is a great love fest over Lockerbie


Just the way UK released Al-Meghari for the sake of oil deals.



posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 06:14 AM
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Originally posted by thoughtsfull

The whole thing smells of extensive British presence in the area of Benghazi.


Who doesn't like free oil?

I think the rebels should keep away from any support provided by the West, otherwise this favour might cost them their countries only wealth.



posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 06:27 AM
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Originally posted by Stewie
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You didn't answer my question. Are you on the side of the rebels, or Israel?


Why did you ask that question when you knew what side slayer is on?

He has always defended israel/US's agenda by pretending to be 'neutral'.

Ohh and the stars?
Slayer's managed to get half a dozen followers after being on ATS for a few years, so it shouldn't be surprising.



posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 06:49 AM
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is it just me or is the fact were hearing about this weird in the first place. as our goverment tend not to comment on special forces. we have special forces all over the south of the country. so do the french and americans. and the reason they managed to capture 8 SF is probably due to the fact there trying to reach out to the rebels and you dont do that by blowing them away.



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