Monday, February 21, 2011

Two Libyan Pilots told to bomb protesters flee to Malta

Gadhafi's Son Warns of Civil War and blood running in the streets in Libya as Violence against protesters backfires and army units and senior diplomats defect. No extra words needed, read the sobering links please!

Two Libyan pilots defect, say ordered to bomb protesters

Libya defectors: Pilots told to bomb protesters flee to Malta
Col Gaddafi's regime comes under mounting pressure amid unprecedented protests in the Libyan capital and defections by senior diplomats.

In pictures: Protests grip Libya

I hate to say it but that seems to cover most countries in the Middle East and many in Africa including Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, and every country ever involved with us. What a coincidence that Libya like North Korea were deemed worth working with when in 2008 Bush recovered full diplomatic relations with Gadafi. Libya unrest: Violence against protesters backfires as Qaddafi's Son Warns of Civil War as Libyan Protests Widen

and clashes spread to Tripoli and army units are defecting

violence and unrest in Iran, Yemen, Morocco, Oman, Kuwait, Algeria and Djibouti over the weekend as people took to the streets demanding political and economic change. This is true but right now the focus seems to be on Libya where we can not get accurate independent reporting as reporters are not allowed in country.

Mid-East and North Africa unrest

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma


S.W. Anderson said...

Gadhafi is the Glenn Beck of Mideast dictators. He's like something out of a Saturday Night Live sketch, only the killings he orders are all too real. With 40 years in power, he's way past due for the kind of sendoff Mussolini got.

I hope the protesting Libyans, maybe with the help of some fed-up insiders, will make that happen.

an average patriot said...

S.W., after all the killings and Kaddafi telling his supporters to track down and kill the vermin as well as telling his planes to machine gun and bomb them he said he hasn't done anything yet and it makes me nervous as to how far he will go!