Libyans ask "Where is the state?" after airport seized

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Libyans wait at a terminal inside Tripoli's international airport on June 4, 2012 following news that it was overrun by the Al-Awfya militia of Libyan ex-rebels after their leader's apparent arrest.
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Carlos

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Jun 5, 2012
 
"...in Europe and the United States to ask what sort of country they helped create when they joined the campaign last year to force Muammar Gaddafi from office.

xD, pathetic retards... there are no surprises here, what they created in Iraq and Afghanistan, now they are creating in Libya and want to create it in Syria, too!

Humanity will be doomed under USA/Europe hegemony - they are worse than huns and mongols.

Since: May 12

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Jun 7, 2012
 
Carlos wrote:
"...in Europe and the United States to ask what sort of country they helped create when they joined the campaign last year to force Muammar Gaddafi from office.
xD, pathetic retards... there are no surprises here, what they created in Iraq and Afghanistan, now they are creating in Libya and want to create it in Syria, too!
Humanity will be doomed under USA/Europe hegemony - they are worse than huns and mongols.
you Gaydafi lovers waiting for any bad news about libya to make fun of us,but you NEVER even dare to talk about tons of good news from libya,you desperate losers ignore the fact that we have free media 22 tv channels rather than ONE that tells us behave or behead,hundreds of news papers and magazines after we had only 3,we openly criticize the government for any mistake without the fear of being shot by gaydafi cult,we have elections for the first time in 46 years,we can go to any country of our choosing to get medical treatment,more than 2000 of our scientists doctors architects engineers and businessmen that were living abroad came back to build a new libya,and thousands more are packing,yesterday a group of french veterans came to tobruk to visit the graves of WW2 fallen soldiers (tobruk was there last stop after tripoli bengazi darna),we prepared a feast for them,we showed them a wonderful arabic hospitality ,one of the old veterans said to us (i came to libya many times but this year libya is FAR MORE BEAUTIFUL WITHOUT GADDAFI,and we never had a feast like this in our honor ,i hope you young men and women of libya will build a country that you deserve a beautiful free modern country,with no gaddafi)

you losers dont show this stuff NO you talk about a group of people who demonstrated inside the air port because this is the only way they can get the government attention ,because they have been asking the government to investigate the despairing of one of there officers.....THATS IT ,i doubt you losers even knew these information,no one was injured not even one shot was fired.

so in your face GAYDAFI lovers keep hating keep displaying your ignorance to the world keep showing us how desperate you are and keep barking because our caravan will go on
Bikram

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#3
Jun 7, 2012
 
Go out from Libiya. Stop US-terrorism.
Carlos

Nova Iguaçu, Brazil

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Jun 8, 2012
 
psasy wrote:
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you Gaydafi lovers ...[too much bla, bla, bla]... will go on
Seams that i hit a nerve here xD. I am stell waiting good news from Libya, but I know it will not come soon - how too expect good news from a country destroyed by NATO and ruled by imperialist puppets?
rb sydney

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Jun 9, 2012
 
So where can we read about the good news? The western media don't seem to report it.

Since: Jul 11

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Jun 10, 2012
 
rb sydney wrote:
So where can we read about the good news? The western media don't seem to report it.
You’re a gas! No good news! Lol!

What about that Gaddhafi is gone. Forever! What about that half his mad parasitic Mafia sons have gone? Forever! What about that the whole of Libya is talking about democracy? What about that Libyans are allowed to openly criticise their leaders without fears of getting arrested?

It might still not be paradise in Libya at the moment but it's certainly a whole lot better than it was when Gaddhafi was in power. And that is good news.

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Jun 10, 2012
 
Ditto Dog wrote:
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You’re a gas! No good news! Lol!
What about that Gaddhafi is gone. Forever! What about that half his mad parasitic Mafia sons have gone? Forever! What about that the whole of Libya is talking about democracy? What about that Libyans are allowed to openly criticise their leaders without fears of getting arrested?
It might still not be paradise in Libya at the moment but it's certainly a whole lot better than it was when Gaddhafi was in power. And that is good news.
thank you
you just said everything i wanted to say.
i just want to add,last weak i woman told the minister of education he is not doing his work properly ,he should change this pathetic education and bring a new one,she kept talking for 12 minutse she critisized him alot,and he only LISTENED ,then he told her (i thank you for your oppinion but its hard for us to do everything at the same time,we are building a country from nothing ,but god willing next year there will be a new educational system)
if she said all that to anyone in Gaydafi regime she would have disappeard and never to be found again.

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Jun 10, 2012
 
Ditto Dog wrote:
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You’re a gas! No good news! Lol!
What about that Gaddhafi is gone. Forever! What about that half his mad parasitic Mafia sons have gone? Forever! What about that the whole of Libya is talking about democracy? What about that Libyans are allowed to openly criticise their leaders without fears of getting arrested?
It might still not be paradise in Libya at the moment but it's certainly a whole lot better than it was when Gaddhafi was in power. And that is good news.
i mean last "week"
sorry

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Jun 10, 2012
 
psasy wrote:
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i mean last "week"
sorry
No one's interested if your spelling prowess as long as your comment is comprehensible. It's your message that counts. Keep up the good work.

Oh, BTW, you said you had fought on three fronts during the uprising. Consider this your fourth front. It might not be as lethal and dangerous but it's a fight just the same, this time against lies, BS, poison spewers and intellectual oppressors. These Gaddhafi lovers pretend to be on the side of the Libyan people but they are not and only mean ill for your country.
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Jun 14, 2012
 
Libya is better, I believe what Psasy says, down with the dictator and his idiot supporters
arthur

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Jun 14, 2012
 
Ditto Dog wrote:
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No one's interested if your spelling prowess as long as your comment is comprehensible. It's your message that counts. Keep up the good work.
Oh, BTW, you said you had fought on three fronts during the uprising. Consider this your fourth front. It might not be as lethal and dangerous but it's a fight just the same, this time against lies, BS, poison spewers and intellectual oppressors. These Gaddhafi lovers pretend to be on the side of the Libyan people but they are not and only mean ill for your country.
LOL.

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