09:31:52 AM Oct 21st 2011
I recently found this article, and would like to share it with you. http://gagnauga.is/index.php?Fl=Greinar&ID=169 I suggest you read it, even though its very long. Here are some points I found interesting: - Libya is the single most developed country in Africa. - The "peaceful protesters" are supported by the CIA and the Al-Qaida. - Gaddafi never bombed his own people. Russia claims that they didn't see any planes where the bombings ostensibly occurred, and considering that they have their own satellites, I believe them. - Gaddafi was trying to help his neighboring countries, for example by creating a new currency. - The mass-rapes never happened, either. In fact, all human rights violations committed by Gaddafi have been reported by only one organization, the Human Rights Watch. All in all, that whole thing is a big joke. If you want to find out more, read the article.
12:05:59 AM Jul 4th 2011
The Other Wiki has deleted the page on human rights violations by Anti-Gadaffi forces.
06:38:53 AM Aug 18th 2011
It is now here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_rights_violations_in_the_2011_Libyan_civil_war This page has subsections for pro-Gaddafi and anti-Gaddafi Kick the Dog moments.
03:20:45 PM Mar 18th 2011
UN Approves military action against Gadaffi: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/18/world/africa/18nations.html?_r=1 So, who else thinks that when even the UN agrees that he's a miserable SOB and needs to be removed by force, his time is very short indeed.
08:58:05 PM Mar 19th 2011
Indubidably. However, until such time as he is formally ousted or Gadaffi-hate becomes tropably common in media, we should keep predictions and commentary on that to a minimum.