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The Libyans certainly don't seem to be crying about him being ousted, but then, I suppose you believe that any images of happy Libyans cheering this mad mans downfall were actually filmed in Kent or Qatar by some evil, BBC-CNN-Al Jazeera mash up.
I am totally lost how you can assume that because Sarkozy and Cameron are visiting this means that they are now "puppets". I see you neglect to mention that the Egyptians and Turks will also be visiting as well.
Anyhoo, I am totally lost how you can assume that because Sarkozy and Cameron are visiting this means that they are now "puppets".
A senior U.S. State Department official on Wednesday hailed NATO’s air strike campaign in Libya as a “model” for future cooperation between European members of the military alliance and the U.S.
The operation in Libya was “in many ways a model on how the United States can lead the way that allows allies to support,” Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs Philip Gordon said at an event in Washington.
“What is new about Libya is the approach that the United States would do an initial phase that only the United States could do, and then that Europeans were playing a leading role in certain aspects,” he said.
“Once the United States had done its job by suppressing the air defenses in Libya, we saw the strike missions carried out in the lead by other allies,” he said − evidence that “it is possible to successfully conduct a NATO operation” without the U.S. taking center stage.
# deploy a UK military team to advise the NTC on security
Lévy was born in Béni Saf, French Algeria, to a wealthy Sephardi Jewish family. His family moved to Paris a few months after his birth. His father, André Lévy, was the multi-millionaire founder and manager of a timber company, Becob.
P.S On all the videos I've watched, why is the camera so close to the crowd. Has anyone managed to find a wide shot of the supposedly huge crowd.
why is the camera so close to the crowd