posted on Sep, 1 2011 @ 04:34 AM
Nice post. I'd like to see you elaborate more on what you've claimed to be myths, but I agree with each and every point.
What disturbs me more than anything else about this war is the absolute lack of moral authority and substance shown by the UN/NATO/US. All the
evidence points to the "rebels" (and that's in quotes for a reason) being worse than the very man they're ousting. While being a dictator,
Gaddafi was not a threat, and was, in many respects, not bad for Libya. Compare that to the "rebels"... who have shown themselves consistently to
be hardline Islamist extremists... and really, "the devil you know" should have been the prevailing logic and reasoning.
Somebody here is profiting, not only in Libya, but all across the middle east, from dissension and chaos. The US would like to think that it's
them... would love to think that the "arab spring" is a positive for democracy and freedom... but what happens when your democratically elected
government is an Islamist extremist Sharia-loving terrorist organisation (see Hamas)?
We've already seen this exact scenario more than once... Vietnam is a perfect example. Democracy is only as good as the candidates it empowers.
Let me repeat that. Democracy is only as good as the candidates it empowers. Provide democracy to Islam, and all you're doing is providing an
immediate, short term regime change that opens the doorway to Islamism. That's exactly what we're seeing in Egypt... exactly what happened in
Palestine, and it will continue to happen throughout the middle east as long as the US meddle in the affairs of sovereign nations. It will continue
to happen until all the dominos fall, only to be raised up by a single, solitary Hand of Islam.
...watch and see.