Skip to comments.Now it IS regime change: Cameron, Obama and Sarkozy promise to keep bombing Libya
Posted on 04/15/2011 1:46:21 PM PDT by Nachum
David Cameron, Barack Obama and Nicolas Sarkozy upped the stakes in the Libya conflict last night as they vowed to fight on until Colonel Gaddafi is ousted. In a joint article, the British, American and French leaders warned that it would be an unconscionable betrayal were Nato to stop bombing with the dictator still in power. Gaddafi must go and go for good before rebuilding of the country could begin, they said, rejecting calls for an immediate ceasefire.
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At least they have decided what to war about.
No surprise Obama would continue in the present course. Marxists are brilliant at wasting other people’s money.
If I were in the U.S. Armed Forces, I would be so proud and confident to be risking my life for a clearly defined and consistent goal that I can see will benefit my nation and its interests.
There is a really small, trivial, insignificant, little detail.
What gives NATO the right to arbitrarily ‘decide’ who can and who cannot be President of a sovereign nation?
What this means, in a very literal way, is that NATO ‘rules the world’.
What is special about Libya? If we can just ‘decide’ who runs Libya, then we can do the same to ANY country.
This war and its finally determined goal, are both entirely illegal.
They are not members of the Bank of International Settlements.
The US military should be bombing those banksters.
“I think at this point it’s pretty clear that foreign interests decided who was going to run this country in November of 2008.”
Furious George $oros played us all......
what for. what is the strategic interest?
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