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Originally posted by bluemirage5
reply to post by Misoir
Thats what I've been trying to tell everyone on numerous threads.....
After Yemen, come Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Iran, Bahrain, etc.......not necessarily in that order
Saudi Arabia is final destination!!!
Originally posted by stirling
Everyone over 50 already knows whats been lost, those who came later have less of an idea....Its up to the old to keep the dream alive in the youth.....
The RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT ("RtoP" or "R2P") is a new international security and human rights norm to address the international community’s failure to prevent and stop genocides, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity.
The INTERNATIONAL COALITION FOR THE RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT (ICRtoP) brings together NGOs from all regions of the world to strengthen normative consensus for RtoP, further the understanding of the norm, push for strengthened capacities to prevent and halt genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity and mobilize NGOs to push for action to save lives in RtoP country-specific situations.
The basic requirement to trigger intervention under R2P is a given state’s lack of ability or willingness to meet its duty to protect its civilian population, a requirement certainly met in the Libyan case, where the state regime is also the main perpetrator of the crimes against the civilian population.
Qaddafi’s use of force in Libya since the beginning of the protests far exceeded the level employed by his regional counterparts. Amidst reports of widespread brutality against the civilian population, the dictator further strengthened the perception of an impending humanitarian catastrophe by promising to “crush the cockroaches” who had dared to rise up against his regime. At the same time, the public resignations of Libyan ambassadors and the demands of the Libyan ambassador to the UN to stop the ongoing “genocide” also supported the notion that the regime had lost its domestic legitimacy, and that the level of violence in Libyawas significant enough to prompt a reaction by the international community. (...)
Originally posted by BarmyBilly
Although i'm not doubting Mr Williams here i have to wonder why the 'elite's' are telling him this info when i'm sure they know he is passing it on to the public?