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Old 03-02-2011, 03:53 AM   #31
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Old 03-02-2011, 07:40 PM   #32
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But not everyone is having a fine time of it. There was much chortling across the Balkans last year when Mr Pacolli took a large party of Kosovars to Libya as part of his attempt to get Mr Qaddafi to abandon his pro-Serbian stance and to recognise the country. At one point the whole party was flown to the middle of a desert to meet the Libyan leader.

On arriving, Mr Gaddafi ordered them to sing and dance. When they ran out of tunes they were reprimanded by an aide. Eventually the good colonel told them they could stop, before dismissing them with words to the effect that he would never recognise Kosovo as long as their leaders remained American poodles. With that, the humiliated Kosovars were sent home.
http://www.economist.com/blogs/easte...an_connections

Gaddafi.

Colonel Gaddafi wins whatever happens. What a legend.
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nuke the fucker!
Looks like he took your advice and now he's planning to nuke entire cities in opposition to his tyrannic rule
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Old 03-02-2011, 08:53 PM   #34
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Gaddafi.

Colonel Gaddafi wins whatever happens. What a legend.
Looks like some of the kosovars were wrongly sent to Frankfurt.

Anyway, having the support of such a scum isn't the way for Serbia to gain some respect. Just saying.
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Old 03-02-2011, 08:59 PM   #35
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We should just let Libya deal with the situation.
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Yep.
Death toll is estimated at 6000 or so.

Will the time to interfere be when it's 20,000? Or maybe never?
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Death toll is estimated at 6000 or so.

Will the time to interfere be when it's 20,000? Or maybe never?
Death toll in Iraq from the day 'we' intervened?

Source for 6000 dead please?
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Do you think that Gaddafi is bigger scum than scum who rules Cyrenaica at the moment?
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I don't know enough and I won't judge based on news reports. Beacuse I know for sure that journalist are the major scum.
Well no need to shoot the messenger, however scummy he may be.
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My post has been deleted and I got my first infraction because of discriminatory remark on safin-rules. Sorry.

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Im doubtful.
Time will tell, like in case of Afghanistan. I am prepared for any outcome.

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Well no need to shoot the messenger, however scummy he may be.
Even if the messenger is liar?
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Even if the messenger is liar?
Gaddafi's scummyness is tautological, not subjected to any doubt or misconstruction whatsoever. In other words, messenger is irrelevant.
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Old 03-02-2011, 10:19 PM   #42
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Didn't answer the question.
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Nothing? Take active steps to take Gadaffi down? Such as? Who should do it? If you think nobody should interfere, is there a situation where your opinion might change?
Let Libyans solve their problem themselves.
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Gaddafi's scummyness is tautological, not subjected to any doubt or misconstruction whatsoever. In other words, messenger is irrelevant.
Story I posted brings shade of doubt on tautology.
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USA are more concerned by the Oil Rights than the Human Rights. Their main problem now is that the entire world know what they think and it will be difficult to enlist minor nations into their "crusade to save the oil plants".
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If I'm not mistaken, the rebells appealed for aid.

As for the death toll estimate - according to Libyan human right organizations. Intentionally estimates are lower (around 1000). Google it.
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