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Libya; Why Not Yemen, Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain, Jordan, Syria, Saudi Arabia Etc [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2011-3-22 14:03:16 |Display all floors

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10 things to do,

at least do 1 out of 10 is still better than zero.

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Post time 2011-3-22 14:07:01 |Display all floors
Originally posted by expatter at 22-3-2011 15:06
Mar 20th, 2011     Part One .........

Libya is being attacked, Libya will be invaded and occupied with a regime change, under the guise of protecting Libyan people. It is false pretense. A dange ...



one by one mate - it is the Arab  "domino effect" .......

all will fall except the poodles......
Man created god before god created man and the world has been in turmoil ever since. Dots freak some people out - so they join them with lines that aren't really there.

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Post time 2011-3-22 18:58:52 |Display all floors
Originally posted by kongque at 2011-3-22 14:07
one by one mate - it is the Arab  "domino effect" .......
all will fall except the poodles......
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As the article suggests and also some that I posted in the Jas.mine thread .........

You need a social network focal point ............

A few hundred "peaceful protesters" throwing bricks and Molotovs  ..........

A protester with blood on him and then ...........

Out come more "peaceful protests" until the police cannot cope ........

Some live fire ........

And you get regime change by a minority ..........

Sounds demobcratic to me ..........



Hmmm! .........   

Didn't work in Thailand even with 92 dead .........

And the media hardly covered it in comparison ........

Must be one of them 'poodles' you mentioned .............   

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Post time 2011-3-22 20:45:36 |Display all floors
Yemen down...next Saudi Arabia??

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Post time 2011-3-22 20:53:15 |Display all floors
The big difference is that in the other countries mentioned, their leaders are very docile face the Western influence, i.e. they do not constitute a problem for Western diplomacy. PAWNS

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Post time 2011-3-22 20:54:04 |Display all floors

Actually someone did give ..........

A reasonably rationalistic point about why Libya and not the others ...........

That being that the others are simple uprisings and that Libya became a civil war ........

Good point ..........


Umm ! .........


But so were many of the other conflicts mentioned in the article with no response or help from the US or Europe to stop genocide and massacres ...........

The question then is still that if humanitarianism is so important, why not the forgotten countries and could it be that their 'humans' are worth less either by colour or per capita GDP .............      

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Post time 2011-3-22 20:56:19 |Display all floors
Originally posted by GoChina888 at 2011-3-22 20:53
The big difference is that in the other countries mentioned, their leaders are very docile face the Western influence, i.e. they do not constitute a problem for Western diplomacy. PAWNS


I wouldn't call the saudis 'docile'.  And they of course, present a huge problem for western diplomacy.

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