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- No risk, no fun
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- For once, the right people went to prison.
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Category Archives: Libya
Here is the simplified explanation: Well, at least it did work in Tunisia.
Yesterday I reported about the claim by former US Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney that 12,000 US troops are stationed on Malta, ready to invade Libya. I dismissed it as a ridiculous speculation by someone who probably did not know where Malta … Continue reading
A few days ago, on 13 January 2012, Cynthia McKinney, a former six-term member of the US Congress, wrote on her blog: It is with great disappointment that I receive the news from foreign media publications and Libyan sources that … Continue reading
If you always thought that “Be nice to people on your way up, because you might meet them on your way down” is a silly saying, you might want to consider the following case in point, brought to us by Muammar … Continue reading
I am happy for Libyans that they have toppled, with just a bit of help from NATO, the dictatorship of Muammar Gaddafi. Many Libyans have shown great courage and resilience which may serve as an example to other oppressed peoples in … Continue reading
Nach Wochen des Mordens, Bombardierens und apokalyptischen Schwadronierens durch den libyschen Führer Gaddafi hatte die Weltgemeinschaft in Form des UN-Sicherheitsrates ausnahmsweise mal selbst genug von den ewigen “Ermahnungen”, “Aufforderungen” und “dringenden Bitten”, mit denen sonst auf Menschenrechtsverletzungen reagiert wird. Vor … Continue reading
The lasting legacy of Muammar Gaddafi might not be his long-term rule over Libya or his Green Book, but the dispelling of doubts about the fact that man is related to apes.