posted on Mar, 20 2011 @ 11:18 AM
This is what I wrote earlier on another thread in regards to the people of Libya:
My biggest concern is the people. When the initial 'anti-qaddafi' rebels start seeing the ones they care about, the neutral bystanders & other
fellow 'anti-qaddafi' rebels blown to pieces... Once that realization sets in.... Will the rebels turn against the coalition?
Right now the rebels are thinking its good that they're being helped out and that the bombings by the coalition will end very soon. However, I have a
bad feeling that the bombings are only going to continue and the body count is only going to grow.
Thats the realization I'm speaking of. When the rebels voices once again won't be heard, this time their voices will fall on deaf ears among
My question is: What will these initial rebels be called once they turn against the coalition & start standing up for themselves? Will they be
called 'terrorists', 'insurgents' or even worse: 'Qaddafi supporters'?
I'm all for getting rid of Qaddafi and letting the people of Libya work it out. But this might be Iraq all over again. Time will tell...
Qaddafi is implementing a smart move by united all fellow Libyans together by arming them. This move sets up an unconcious unity to fight against
This was NEVER about simply taking out Qaddafi.
Hell, they could of done that silently: 'car accident', 'heart complication', 'poisoning' or 'plane incident'. But instead the coalition
forces elected to utilize Brute Force which ultimately sets the scene to become an occupation.
There is already outcry coming from the Libyan people about innocent deaths & hospitals being hit and other hospitals filling up from these recent
bombings. Well, I guess thats what happens when you launch 100+ missiles... Ridiculous & the MSM is saying it'll help the Libyan people, lol.
I'll admit up front that I'm not familiar w/ Libyas history but I can tell you that this was solely about obtaining a strategic military position w/
an added bonus of natural resources. If the coalition forces were really concerned about the people of Libya, there would be a silent regime change...
Libyan people are in for a long fight - whether they know it or not. . .