The trouble with Libya's revolutionaries
The unauthorized invasion of Bani Walid and allegations of human rights abuses leveled against these revolutionaries reflect the failure of the transitional government, suggesting that Libya's future as a successful state may be in question.
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#1 Dec 12, 2012
Of course, it will be a failed state. The west wanted it that way. The only difference is the. west hoped to garner the oil cheaply,having stolen Gaddafi's gold, they have little intention of rebuilding, just hiring foreign contractors to do the job. The Libyans naturally reject this idea, and the bloodshed continues...not only against the poor Twarag, who did NOT commit the crimes, and the Tubu like all of color, being killed and tortured. If there is a just GOD, HE will deliver the proper punishment to the gov'ts. That stood and lied to the world, as they do 3 time and again when promoting their agenda.
#2 Dec 13, 2012
western powers want oil from and nothing else.They should be ashamed for what they have done in Libya.They helped rebels to get rid of Gadafi but they are not helping libyans to rebuild their country.
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