Libya: Murder of US Ambassador Chris Stevens, Benghazi Pretext, Obama & Clinton on war vs diplomacy
US DIPLOMATS KILLED: UNANSWERED QUESTIONS The statements I am about to make about actual historical events and statistics are not opinions they are double referenced indisputable facts. Let us state at the outset that we do not know the level of support for the NATO intervention in Libya amongst Libyans. We know that the loyalists have been suppressed violently even in their speech, that reporters do not ask. And that the US government has not come up out and shown any facts. We do not know, we can guess. A third are sympathetic or support Gadaffi's ghost, a third simply want to have a normal life, and a third wanted him gone and is happy to pay the high price of becoming a conflict riven country. Clinton asserts. "Our mission is noble". She weeps about their lack of gratitude in our 'liberating' of Libya. It exposes the cracks and flaws in yet another militarization of a problem that may have had and it can be largely concluded would have had -- a diplomatic solution! Yes Libya could have transitioned to multi party democracy without the 28000 sorties by every Western Country -- and in fact that fact turned many Libyans against NATO and the West. Libya had lived through a savage colonization by Italy, and then a British installed king. Who would welcome this over their skies. As one South African protestor against the NATO intervention said "The West is bloodthirsty. All they understand is violence. They do not understand diplomacy. How ironic that no Western soldier <b>...</b>
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