1. the US actually initiated this and the french are just following their lead2. now that they want to involve NATO politically speaking, the westerners are arguing about who is doing what, hence who will get the biggest part of the cake. 3. how is this helping lybians anonymous? i would love to hear it. their country is being taken over, no less. whether you call it crusade or whatever else, it does not matter anymore (crusade is a term with bad connotation, with or without bush, it is self explanatory, innit?), you just have to open your eyes. a colon can be easily identified. actions say more than words...teh right action is to leave lybians enter negociations with their doomed leader and put them on the path to achieve tehir democractic aspirations however the west or arabs should not have any input in this as lybians only are the ones concerned. anything else is highly invasive. do you know who those rebels are? I don't back up rebels, I back up only population's choice, which they are not. the western version of what a democracy should be in arab countries is highly interesting to say the least...you choose our leaders and we comply, is that it? we refuse this intereference and you should too anonymous if you believe in democracy and not colonialism.
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