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But then again, Russia and China abstained rather than vetoed another one of those US inspired
UNSC resolution on Libya - no different in substance as that of Iraq's.

But then again, whether with or without the UNSC resolution, the United States and its own axis-of-tyranny
were already in readiness to bomb Libya.....and this time, they are scared ---- about sending US, French
and British ...troops to invade Libya!

With million Libyan people now armed to deal with these cowardly US, French and British troops, the war is not over yet!
More to come in the coming months and years to haunt the United States and its own axis-of-tyranny!

Additionally, Permanent membership in the UNSC must be changed and the UN Headquarters in New York be relocated to
Switzerland or any other Neutral country. This is the first step to revamp the UN circus ...!

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Putin likens Libya resolution to crusade calls


(Agencies)
2011-03-21 20:35  


VOTKINSK, Russia - Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin on Monday likened the U.N. Security Council resolution supporting military action in Libya to medieval calls for crusades.

Putin, in the first major remarks from a Russian leader since a coalition of Western countries began air strikes in Libya, said that Muammar Gaddafi's government fell short of democracy but added that did not justify military intervention.

"The resolution is defective and flawed," Putin told workers at a Russian ballistic missile factory. "It allows everything. It resembles medieval calls for crusades."

Putin said that interference in other countries' internal affairs has become a trend in U.S. foreign policy and that the events in Libya indicated that Russia should strengthen its own defence capabilities.

Russia, a veto-wielding permanent Security Council member, abstained from the vote on Thursday in which the council authorised a no-fly zone over Libya and "all necessary measures" to protect civilians against Gaddafi's forces.

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Post time 2011-3-21 22:37:59 |Display all floors
The Russian bear is always slow to get stirred, but when he does- watch out.

The Russian Duma just voted for another Nuremberg style war crimes trial of war crimes committed by the "civilized" West as a result of the bombing of Libya.

They also suggested hanging Oh Bumma as a war criminal.

Ouch.

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The Muslims like to call it 'asymmetric warfare' against the crusaders and the United States and its own axis-of-tyranny
would label the Islamic move as 'terrorism'. Short of the military power with the exception of Iran, the Muslims have no other
way to deal with the United States and its axis.. They have a point here .......?

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High-security already in place in France

Reuters
Mon, Mar 21, 2011

PARIS - France said on Monday it saw no reason to raise its security alert, after Muammar Gaddafi threatened countries conducting air strikes against his military as part of a U.N.-mandated no-fly zone over Libya.

"There's no reason today to increase measures that are already very extensive, which are mobilising a lot of security forces on the ground," government spokesman Francois Baroin told French Canal+ television.

France is spearheading the strikes against Gaddafi's forces and so would be a key target for any retaliation attacks. But it has been on red alert -- the third level in a four-step scale of colour-coded alerts -- since the 2005 suicide bomb attacks in London.

That means increased public security checks and patrols by security forces are the norm.

Gaddafi said on Sunday that he would arm civilians to defend his government and warned that the Mediterranean interests of countries participating in the strikes "faced danger".

Asked if that meant France should raise its security alert, Baroin said: "It's already at a very high level, so it's operational for protecting all public buildings."

France further tightened surveillance of public places such as airports and train stations in September after security officials received a tip-off that a female suicide bomber was preparing to attack the Paris metro.

The state of alert remained high as al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden then criticised France's attitude toward Muslims, slamming the country's ban on full-face veils in a recorded speech broadcast last October.

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China intensifies condemnation of Libya air strikes

China intensifies condemnation of Libya air strikes

The China Post
Mon, Mar 21, 2011


BEIJING -- China's top newspaper on Monday stepped up Beijing's opposition to Western air attacks on Libya,
accusing countries backing the strikes of violating international rules and risking fresh turmoil in the Middle East.

China's strongest condemnation yet of Western air assaults on the forces of Libya's leader Muammar Gaddafi
appeared in the People's Daily, the mouthpiece of the ruling Communist Party, and it showed how the military
conflict could become a fresh front of contention between Beijing and Washington.

The paper used barely veiled words to accuse the United States and its allies of violating international rules,
although China refrained from blocking the United Nations Security Council resolution that effectively authorised the air attacks.

The paper likened the assault on Libyan sites to the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq in 2003, and suggested it followed a
pattern of Western overreaching in other countries' affairs.

"The blood-soaked tempests that Iraq has undergone for eight years and the unspeakable suffering of its
people are a mirror and a warning," said the commentary in the People's Daily.

"The military attacks on Libya are, following on the Afghan and Iraq wars, the third time that some countries
have launched armed action against sovereign countries," it said in a reference to the United States and its allies.

"It should be seen that every time military means are used to address crises, which is a blow to the United Nations
Charter and the rules of international relations."

The commentary appeared under the name of "Zhong Sheng", a penname that in Chinese sounds like "Voice of the Centre,"
suggesting that it is voicing top-level government opinion.

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High-security already in place in France

The Muslims call it 'asymmetric warfare' and the United States labels it as 'Islamic Terrorism'.
With the Muslims short of military power, with the exception of Iran, what else could they do against an overwhelming
barbaric US military power. They have a good point here ....

The game is not over yet. Their asymmetric warfare will run across France, UK and the United States. Well that's the
price you have to pay when you interfere in the internal affairs of sovereign nations.

Avoid all travels to France, UK and the United States in the near future and avoid their airlines too. Too Risky...!

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High-security already in place in France

Reuters
Mon, Mar 21, 2011  

PARIS - France said on Monday it saw no reason to raise its security alert, after Muammar Gaddafi threatened
countries conducting air strikes against his military as part of a U.N.-mandated no-fly zone over Libya.

"There's no reason today to increase measures that are already very extensive, which are mobilising a lot of
security forces on the ground," government spokesman Francois Baroin told French Canal+ television.

France is spearheading the strikes against Gaddafi's forces and so would be a key target for any retaliation
attacks. But it has been on red alert -- the third level in a four-step scale of colour-coded alerts -- since the 2005
suicide bomb attacks in London.

That means increased public security checks and patrols by security forces are the norm.

Gaddafi said on Sunday that he would arm civilians to defend his government and warned that the
Mediterranean interests of countries participating in the strikes "faced danger".

Asked if that meant France should raise its security alert, Baroin said: "It's already at a very high level,
so it's operational for protecting all public buildings."

France further tightened surveillance of public places such as airports and train stations in September
after security officials received a tip-off that a female suicide bomber was preparing to attack the Paris metro.

The state of alert remained high as al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden then criticised France's attitude toward
Muslims, slamming the country's ban on full-face veils in a recorded speech broadcast last October.

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Post time 2011-3-21 23:42:29 |Display all floors
Originally posted by Wahahaha at 2011-3-21 22:52
GO PUTIN GO!!!!


Kind of late now isn't it?  Russia, just like China could of vetoed the mission but they didn't.

Who is Putin trying to kid here?  If Russia was really against the intervention, they could of stopped it.  This is all just lip service.

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