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God's Historical Hand

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Fri, March 27, 2015 @ 11:17 AM

2. Meghann wrote:
what Britain is supposed to be doing tnikag part in a civil war in Libya?Is it regime change? I don't recall Cameron or Hague saying it is. If it is why are the coalition restricting their activities to a NFZ?Is it protecting oil supplies? It is a reasonable bet that whoever wins will keep supplying. Oil is virtually Libya's only product and only source of foreign exchange.Is it ensuring a fair fight? Does that imply that the coalition will accept a Gaddafi victory, a long-drawn out civil war or division of the country into two as a fair result and pull out?Is it a quid pro quo? From whom- the Arab League, the rebels? Why hasn't anyone asked even for a statement from either?Is it a warning to tyrants? Gaddafi ended both his quest for nukes and sponsorship for terrorism against the West. Seeing how little it helped him, why should any other tyrant imitate this?Is it just protecting civilians? If so, why only in Libya?Is it sending a message? To whom? What is the message?The BBC, so often known for preaching analysis seems very quiet. 0 likes

Tue, October 13, 2015 @ 2:46 PM

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