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    • Geo
    • 27.03.11 | 07:09 (IST)

    We need to put an end to autocrats in civilised society. Let us start this with Obama. He is so undemocratic in his ways and barbarous. His 'military action' in Libya is irrational and asking Gaddaffi to quit is absurd. Better he should do that first. Libyans will decide what to do with their administration and the admin will take steps to control violen ce in their country. who the hell r u to intervene? It is not acceptable at all! Where do Libyans go in future? The conditions r worst there now. And the regeme why should gaddaffi n his supporters leave the country? Is it because Obama, crazy surkozy n Hillary dont like their presence? Libyan have every right to decide their future n ur unwanted presence complicating things. Get out of libya and shut up! Open ur eyes n see the protests in ur countries n listen to their voice.

    from the article: U.S. treats the Libya mission like a hit-and-run accident
    First published 01:17 27.03.11 | Last updated 01:17 27.03.11
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