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A P Geofrey

I have always thought Ghadaffi was a wise or maybe intelligent leader. But the decision he made to hold unto power and fight with arms against his own people was not the brightest one. Worst of all he even went ahead and made statements where he insinuated that he will "have no mercy" on his own people. I think he must not have thought about all of this at the time and that now he is surely regretting his decision to hold unto to power.


Now that America has shown that it can kick African butt, he should ask that savage in Malabo to share power with the people and use the money in the country like gaddafi instead of squandering it on mansions and high priced hookers in America. At least his crown prince is wasting money while the people live in poverty. Do something.


the americans , they got another oportunity they were waiting for.its their chance to soak lybia.what have they done for sudan ,somila or ivory coast.what did do for rwanda in 1994,what are teir plans for cameroon or guinea equatoria.they are done with iraq and afganistan,lybia is another lamb to slaughter.they shouldn't go there on the pretext of ghadaffi's long stay in power .we all know their plans.i pitty those intending to study history.

Tita Morfor

Is interesting that so many people, unfortunately mostly Africans, think that it was ok for Gadaffi to open fire on peaceful protesters. The question that Aloysius AGENDIA should answer before jumping into conclusion is that why did America not interven in Tunisia and Egypt? The answer is simple, the army in those countries did not open fire on civilians.

It is true that there are other countries where people are being sluaghtered by their leaders and the US (and UN) have done nothing. I don't think the US will want to interven in North Korea or Iran because it will be very costly fight and more innocent preople will surely die because those countries are well armed. They tried in Somalia but unfortunately the civil war in Somalia turn into tribal (clan) wars with different clans fighting each other. Nobody wants to get involve in a war like that which has no meaningly purpose.

I hope that when Paul Biya unleashes his fire power on innocent Cameroonians one day in the same way that Gadaffi did and promises to show no mercy, Aloysius AGENDIA will not go out calling for help from the international community.


@ Tita Mofor,

How many peaceful protesters walk around with AK47 and all sorts of military ware? No one is attempting to whitewash Gadaffi, but this issue is not as straightforward as you may think.


BBC propaganda in Libya. Notice the Indian flags

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Thanks, I'm going to have nightmares tonight.

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