Thursday, April 28, 2011

Britain in Libya 'for long haul' Good for them! Libya: Britain 'may have to look at' deploying ground troops: you asked for it

Remember the tribal chiefs Gaddafi said were on his side and would finish his slaughter in Misrata? CHIEFS or representatives of 61 tribes across Libya last night called for an end to Muammar Gaddafi's dictatorship, in a statement released by French writer Bernard-Henri Levy. They want a free Democratic and united Libya under Democratic principles, that is fantastic!

Britain in Libya 'for long haul' Good for them!

Britain's Hague warns UK and allies must prepare for long haul in Libya Nope they wanted it them and France got it, I want to see them and the rebels stand up and do this themselves.

Italy once Libya's colonial ruler has succumbed to pressure by the US, Britain, and Franc to join in the fray in order to try and bring this to an end or so the allies think. Silvio Berlusconi said Italian air-force jets will carry out strikes against Libya as NATO seeks to break an impasse in the nine-week struggle to oust Muammar Qaddafi’s regime. Italian planes will target military installations in Libya, Berlusconi told reporters in Rome today after ...

Despite the growing effort by NATO as expected Libya: Col Gaddafi remains defiant as fighting rages on: Col Muammar Gaddafi remained defiant after his compound was hit by Nato bombs as fresh fighting raged in the besieged city of Misurata.

Libya: Britain 'may have to look at' deploying ground troops

Good luck Britain we are already doing enough. We are getting in deeper and deeper. I understand Gaddafi has a lot on some of our misleaders and they do not really want to kill him but we are getting dragged into a third protracted war with a Muslim country. This is going to work against us. We are also gearing our navy with weapons to deal with the unique threat Iran portrays in the Gulf. We are getting more involved with Syria which will bring Iran on. I am absolutely nonplussed over all this!

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma

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