Libya beset by ethnic tension as elections loom

Jul 4, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Guardian

Libya's National Army wave a Berber flag during a rally in Tripoli. Many Berbers, or Imazighen, feel let down by the country's transitional leadership.

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christina

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Jul 12, 2012
 
@ Chris...i am not at all confused I am simply saying that the US is not the only aggressive country on the planet and neither was it the first. Why cant countries take responsibility for themselves. How can things change when there is always blame.....Maybe some of these countries that sell themselves and their people need to grow a set....... and stand up for themselves....dont forget there is no sale unless there is a seller.

I have a problem with giving power away. To blame the US is giving it a power it simply does not have.

Finally I dont excuse anything I just dont see the point in using the same excuse over and over.....I would rather be part of the solution and not the problem....You maybe need to open your mind or do some more reading on other countries and the way they treat people....you have enough examples from the other posts as a starting point...

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Jul 13, 2012
 
christina wrote:
@ Chris...i am not at all confused I am simply saying that the US is not the only aggressive country on the planet and neither was it the first. Why cant countries take responsibility for themselves. How can things change when there is always blame.....Maybe some of these countries that sell themselves and their people need to grow a set....... and stand up for themselves....dont forget there is no sale unless there is a seller.
I have a problem with giving power away. To blame the US is giving it a power it simply does not have.
Finally I dont excuse anything I just dont see the point in using the same excuse over and over.....I would rather be part of the solution and not the problem....You maybe need to open your mind or do some more reading on other countries and the way they treat people....you have enough examples from the other posts as a starting point...
Looool! You evidently don't have a clue who Chris is. Trying to put over your view to him, no matter how simple, is like trying to explain to a blind man what colours are. It's just impossible for him to understand.

BTW I agree with most of your comments, it's just absurd to split the world into the evil western powers and the rest that can't do any wrong. It's a big bad world and we have to all work hard together at trying to find a solution to it all.

Maybe we could start by bombing Iran or Syria to hell. Just joking.
christina

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Jul 14, 2012
 
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Looool! You evidently don't have a clue who Chris is. Trying to put over your view to him, no matter how simple, is like trying to explain to a blind man what colours are. It's just impossible for him to understand.
BTW I agree with most of your comments, it's just absurd to split the world into the evil western powers and the rest that can't do any wrong. It's a big bad world and we have to all work hard together at trying to find a solution to it all.
Maybe we could start by bombing Iran or Syria to hell. Just joking.
Ha Ha no I dont know who Chris is but I am happy he/she does not live in my street. The views do seem entrenched and sadly that is the personality that adds to the problem thanks for post
arthur

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Jul 14, 2012
 
Ditto Dog wrote:
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Looool! You evidently don't have a clue who Chris is. Trying to put over your view to him, no matter how simple, is like trying to explain to a blind man what colours are. It's just impossible for him to understand.
BTW I agree with most of your comments, it's just absurd to split the world into the evil western powers and the rest that can't do any wrong. It's a big bad world and we have to all work hard together at trying to find a solution to it all.
Maybe we could start by bombing Iran or Syria to hell. Just joking.
Or are you?hmmmm

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Jul 14, 2012
 
arthur wrote:
<quoted text>Or are you?hmmmm
Come on. Where's your humour. There are imbeciles on this forum who aren't happy if they can't implicate western powers of the dirtiest deeds. You have to throw them a bone to gnaw on every now and then to keep them happy.
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Come on. Where's your humour. There are imbeciles on this forum who aren't happy if they can't implicate western powers of the dirtiest deeds. You have to throw them a bone to gnaw on every now and then to keep them happy.
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