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The unnamed opposition spokesman told Northern the group made "a big mistake coming in with a helicopter."
Abdel-Hafidh Ghoga, spokesman for the rebels' national council, said eight people with British passports were arrested, including one who claimed to be a British diplomat. He said the group had been detained "because they came into the country unofficially without previous arrangement."
Originally posted by CodeRed3D
Something just doesn't make sense for me. Why are the UK and US interested in creating an oil shortage which will undoubtedly lead to a premature collapse of the dollar? Earlier, we were shrugging off the fact that some Arab leaders are even accusing the US of stirring up the trouble in the first place. Now it is blatantly clear that the UK and US are supporting Libya's revolution. It is plainly obvious then that they had something to do with all recent similar uprisings.
And don't patronize me with supporting civilians. If thousands of protesters stormed the White House, the US would use force. Count on it.
(visit the link for the full news article)edit on 7-3-2011 by CodeRed3D because: (no reason given)