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Should Enforcing a No-Fly-Zone Include . . .

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by righteousdude2, Mar 26, 2011.

  1. righteousdude2

    righteousdude2 Well-Known Member
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    Oct 14, 2007
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    . . . bombing tanks and fortified/dug in troops???

    This does not have the outward appearance of enforcing a "no-fly-zone." It looks more like full out air support for the rebels.

    Does anyone else see it this way, or is my view on enforcing a no-fly-zone incorrect?

    Second: I know Obama said there would be no boots on the ground. However, the pin-pointing of the targets on ground take personnel to paint an infra red guide for the cruise missiles and laser guided bombs that are being used to take out tanks, ground command centers, etc.

    There are some things that just don't add up! If it looks like a duck, walks like duck, and quacks like a duck, is it not a duck?
  2. poncho

    poncho Well-Known Member

    Mar 30, 2004
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    Looks like Obama lied about the boots on the ground.

    "Several Libyan diplomats have been quoted by news outlets as saying these forces are setting up bases in the eastern cities of Benghazi and Tobruk -- the two oil-rich cities that have been liberated by the opposition forces.

    British and US special forces entered Libyan port cities of Benghazi and Toburk on February 23 and 24."

    Prss TV

    To help answer these questions and more.


    The short answer is, this is another example of globalist regime change with a "left cover".

    "With the discovery of oil in Libya in 1959, a very poor desert country became a very rich little western protectorate. US and European companies had huge stakes in the extremely lucrative petroleum and banking sectors, but these were soon nationalized by Gaddafi. Thus Libya overnight joined the list of US 'enemy' or 'rogue' states that sought autonomy and self-determination outside the expanding sphere of western Empire. Further cementing western hatred of the new regime, Libya played a leading role of the 1973 oil embargo against the US and maintained cooperative relations with the Soviet Union. Gaddafi also reportedly channeled early oil wealth into national free health care and education." SOURCE
    #2 poncho, Mar 27, 2011
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