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My thoughts on Libya - Am I the only one thinking this?

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posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 06:03 AM
reply to post by nonetruegod

hahah... America milked technology form everyone for everything... Not only technology, they milked culture, knowledge, almost everything they have now ! Without Europe, my friend, you would be wild Indians...

posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 08:35 AM
Bad dejavu, wasn't Saddam killing his own people as well? They are using the same story again as an excuse to invade another country.

Wonder where all the burnt out cars, trucks, busses etc wil be re-born? Google 'knock down kit' if you're not sure how that happens.

posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 12:05 PM
Obama is a rookie to war, maybe Gaddafi was testing and poking a stick at a snake so to speak, I like the united stand against tyranny, but when will our luck run out and someone strikes us for our efforts, I think the UN should start a plan to have its own military force that is not country identified to further protect it's citizens

posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 12:21 PM
reply to post by rebeldog

if russia threatens to intervene, the US is in serious trouble because they will follow it up with action pretty quickly. Or probably they are plotting striking first then making a statement. they are perfect chess masters. within hours we could go from attacking libya to defednding ourselves against russia. stop and consider the old saying "an enemies enemy are your friend".. north korea, iran, russia? those three could notice the us is stretched way thin, unaware of the grave danger they are in, and wammo!!! alot can change in 24 hrs.

Yeah, it's almost a given that all the Middle East uprisings have been perpetrated. The globalists DO want war, and IF this is in fact WWIII starting, we might as well bend over and kiss our behinds goodbye!! Karma will surely come full circle before long. The plan is for China to be the #1 world superpower. And there is NO doubt in my mind the Muslim who usurped the presidency will have no qualms about allowing us to be completely destroyed. Has he not made himself clear enough yet? The most perfect globalist puppet to date. Godspeed.

posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 01:04 PM
Yeah, China is one to watch, they already don't like USA, and they have had good reasons, clues are being revealed by them opting out in the UN Lybia conflict, what would we all do if one day we woke up to parachuting robotic troops landing on USA shores with China's Symbol on them?

posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 01:56 PM
reply to post by LordofHades

I doubt they'd be parachuting.....last summer there were numerous "eye witness" reports of several Chinese ships in ports of CA unloading soldiers. Ditto on reports of massive Russian troops here. If there is any truth to that, could they be in DUMBS just waiting for "the word"? Highly speculative I know, but not entirely improbable considering all the false flags in the past 2 years. Undoubtedly, this nation is in an advanced stage of Red Alert, at any rate.

posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 02:13 PM

Originally posted by destroydemonocracyx21
reply to post by Samuelis

I just did some research and here in NJ they don't put fluoride in the water, so my sympathies to you.

The only chance for a reset button we have is a revolution, which usually leads to even worse things (perfect example: Libya!)

Say, just when did they stop fluoridating the water in N.J.? I've had extreme guilt pangs the past few years over giving two of my kids fluoride via Rx for the "good" of their teeth in early 80's. However, the last born wasn't fluoridated like the first two because the pediatrician claimed there was enough in the city tap water that any additional was not recommended.
Hell, I got so disgusted at the constant claims of "this or that" was bad for us that I finally turned a deaf ear to just about everything saying, "Well, if THAT doesn't get me, I guess the air I breathe will." Little could I have realized that my statement could very well have been prophetic and may hold true in current times. UGH.

posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 03:22 PM
reply to post by Toots

I would not believe china or russian troops already here unless I seen it w/ my own eyes, If they chose parachuting, it would be for the fear factor, however, since we import alot of foreign goods, that could be the stage as well, red alert is a joke though, my point being, how ar we gonna stand against technology and robotics, w/ UAV's? not likely unless we take out population with them. I think we are looking at a time of considering a Robocop for use as home land security as an option. Call it crazy, but robots can be used at Nuclear plants like Japans meltdown as well...

posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 03:54 PM
reply to post by Iamonlyhuman

Since when can congress deny the united nations approval!!?!! Thats the bigger question.
Has the US congress gotten to big for their britches to think they have more power
then the WORLD??? Fact is real rebels against a real dictator, asked for our help.

posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 04:00 PM
Presidents have long given up wasting time with trivial things such as the constitution. We haven't declared war in decades yet wage non stop wars all over the planet since Korea.

I'm outraged out. There is no justice. The politicians, corporations and TPTB have won. I think this is just a convenient way to get our forces in the middle east so the military industrial complex can finally nuke Iran and start WWIII.

Let's get it over with. At least then the bastards at Goldman Sachs may finally die of thyroid cancer too. Let the pyschos retreat to their underground bunkers with their seed vaults. I couldn't bear living underground for 1,000 years waiting for the radiation to subside.

posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 04:14 PM
reply to post by Iamonlyhuman

There is nothing to gain from Libya.l There is no positive. if anything, it gives us a good name for helping people. That's about it. There is no manipulation. Why would you stick your thumb into the putting with mold in it when the new batch is right next to is.

posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 04:36 PM
reply to post by Iamonlyhuman

First of all going through the U.N. was the whole reason this was allowed, if the U.N. approved it's a legal action. It's not the United States V.S. Libya, it's the U.N. versus Gaddaffi.

The United States did not declare war on anyone. Now Libya could declare war on the United States, but it would be invalid, and Libya could not do anything to the United States anyway, they don't have the reach.

posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 04:51 PM
reply to post by Iamonlyhuman

Thanks for the time and thought put in to your post! We in the same frame on this one, whatever it may be. Seems whatever can take the attention elsewhere is the trend of the day with these guys! Hate the mainstream for what they are doing to us.......

posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 05:03 PM
well i live in belgium,and this whole thing stinks of more.

normaly you have the U.S who goes to war ( im sorry americans ,but its true)
But this thing is a global ' intervention" heck,even in belgium we are going to wa..errr to the intervention.
The thing that scares me is that this is a huge historical event,and for libya ? realy libya... u can hardly spot it on the map.

I fear this will trigger something big.

posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 05:04 PM
reply to post by digginapony

I so agree when are the people going to wake up to it all - is it something in the water? Its all about oil and rich people getting richer!

posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 05:05 PM
reply to post by Toots

Can I copy your avatar? I am serious. I can not even get on the topic before I start fuming about it!

posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 05:08 PM

Originally posted by Iamonlyhuman
This whole Libyan situation stinks to high heaven.

At first when we (U.S.) were just advocating him not killing protestors, I was all for it. Now, it just feels like this thing has morphed into something entirely different. It doesn't feel like a protest situation anymore. It feels uncomfortably like the West has manufactured this whole scenario for it's own purposes. Since when does the President have the authority to wage war on another country without Congress' approval? There will be those who say that this is not war but, really, how can a thinking person say that bombing 10s of targets in a foreign country isn't WAR??

edit on 20/3/2011 by Iamonlyhuman because: (no reason given)

Sad but true, friend.

The first thing that really started getting to me about it is the fact that we're being selective. The saudis opened fire on their protesters, protesters in Bahrain were being shot in the face (possible beanbag/rubber bullets, but still), and North Korea is a cesspool of human suffering. We've got an agenda to be focusing on Qaddafi here and ignoring the rest.

Secondly, these aren't just protesters we're dealing with. Every MSM article I've seen recently has verified these are rebels, with weapons from Egypt, etc., and not just civilian demonstrations. Our governments like to spout nonsense about the horrible way he's treating them, but please tell me - how would our governments act in the event of armed uprisings? You can take it to the bank that it would be at least as bad here.

And the last bit - more troublesome. I've been catching word that this is an 'al-qaeda' insurrection. Sadly, there's not much new to this, but it's the epitome of hypocrisy that our government is supporting one of their CIA collaborations (that we've previously scapegoated to enable all sorts of horrible activities) to overthrow someone we've been quite cozy with in the past.

Regime change is the goal - I'd like to know the full reasons, and it's entirely possible we're swapping our the devil we know for the devil we don't know that might be much worse for the libyan people.

Be well.

posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 05:11 PM
Troops on the ground soon?

posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 07:10 PM
reply to post by nonetruegod
The U.N., Obama, and Hillary all said to Libya, "You will accept a humanitarian assistance U.N. force or we will invade you", and it's all based on lies.

Twice they told us that Gaddafi fled to Venezuela. It wasn't true. They told us he ran to Zimbabwe. It wasn't true. They told us he was going to flee last week. It wasn't true. All lies as they control the message.

It's come out that the "rebels" are funded by the U.S., NATO, Britain, France, et al.

This whole thing is a fraud.

We thought they had to destroy the middle class to usher in the New World Order, but even the "mighty" U.S. is just a pawn in their hands now.

posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 07:44 PM
reply to post by Brainiac

The U.N. has no bearing in U.S. law. It is illegal per U.S. law. It really doesn't matter at all if the U.N. declares a resolution, it's still illegal in the U.S. Get it?

I probably didn't explain that clearly. The fact of the matter is that the U.N. has no say in U.S. law. Maybe that was better?

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