It is obvious to think that the coalition forces is gaining weight in Libya with airstrikes coming from all direction, but wait a minute the rebels attack and retreat campaign has embattled so much concern in the coalition forces. Rebels against Gadhafian forces are now in need of much land support from coaliton forces than air stirkes.Is it possible that the rebels are not strong enough to oust Gadhafi? Would the coalition forces along with the U.S government will train libyan rebels or supply them with the latest in warfare and demolitionjob to dismantle the present Libyan government, Oh no! if this is it then what else is new? history literally renewed itself with another kind of war and this would mean an implicit idea of training universal soldiers from the Libyan people? maybe to accentuate the diagnosis of war or shall we say civil war.
There are undesireble acts of incompetence one's a confilct is already a disadvantage to an another perspective. I just hope they it will not manifest that way so much that the alienation of the coalition forces to the real stigma of a sucnctioned war may not be exclusively only to hurling stones from above that the way to win the war really is from the ground.
I doubt that the US will get any more involved than sending "advisors", arms, and airplane strikes on Libya.
No politician is that dumb as to get us involved in three different wars....or are they?
May be but we could not always predict such intervention I mean Libya got a lot of resources to offer.
Here is my prediction. The boy president got us involved in support of Islamofascists. They are anti-American. We will go in with ground forces. It will begin with CIA and special operators. Then it will include some logistical. communications and intelligence support. Finally, it will include ground forces. Marines at first. Then US Army.
The US Interest in Lybia is only to sure up the Med. Coast Line, for Oil Ports and not destry the infrastructure right now, later it will be to keep a us friendly regeme. This way Some helpfull relations keep Oils shippments stable to Europe and Russia. But more important is the World banking trade of US Dollars.
Lybia is not as vital to U.S. Oil, as The Saudi Penninsula is.
and To much involvement in Lybia is not in the U.S. best Interest for Business, specificaly banking.
Obama is in the bankers pockets, he is well aware of what He has to do, State and the World bank is all over it you can bet. And I'd say we have US special ops on the ground in Lybia as we all write about it here, and we have been there for a while now I'd say.
we are not hearing what really is going on.
by Flightkeeper 7 years ago
President Flip Flop, as a senator, opposed the "dumb war" against dictator Saddam Hussein but supports "kinetic military action" against dictator Kadaffy. Unfortunately for him, it's not going so well because the rebels are an undisciplined rag tag bunch without a...
by recommend1 7 years ago
Hague - the British Foreign Secretary says about the Moroccan bomb that - "All acts of terrorism are utterly reprehensible."The Brit Prime Minister says about 'rebels' in Libya "Britain has not ruled out arming rebels in Libya"Selective terrorism ?
by pisean282311 7 years ago
President Barack Obama Monday told Americans his actions had stopped a “massacre” in Libya, but warned a military campaign to oust Muammar Qadhafi could repeat the bloodshed and misery of Iraq.Obama mounted a firm defense of his decision to launch air strikes and launch a no-fly zone as part of...
by OLYHOOCH 7 years ago
WASHINGTON — There may be less than meets the eye to President Barack Obama's statements Monday night that NATO is taking over from the U.S. in Libya and that U.S. action is limited to defending people under attack there by Moammar Gadhafi's forces. In transferring command and control to NATO,...
by TMMason 7 years ago
Earlier today, The Blaze reported on the bi-partisan lawsuit that congressional members filed this week against the White House. Now, President Barack Obama’s administration is speaking out, claiming that the War Powers Act does not apply to U.S. action in Libya. The New York Times has more:In a...
by Aiden Roberts 7 years ago
I am watching our Prime Minister explain our pending conflict with Libya, he is arguing that we have a responsibilty to protect the citizens of the world, I agree but can we really police the world.It would seem that the UN resolution is in place and the usual countries are ready to go, Gadaffi...
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