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Diana Johnstone attacks 'NATO' intervention in Libya

Diana Johnstone attacks 'NATO' intervention in Libya

Political writer Diana Johnstone argues that UN/NATO is not equipped to protect civilians and that the real purpose is regime change

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Guest: Green Ham? Come on! (3959 days ago)
GO!.... and chain yourself to a US air force base chain link fence with your fellow grandmothers, lesbians and lunatics, singing we shall over come till your hearts content! Moron!
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GO!.... and chain yourself to a US air force base chain link fence with your fellow grandmothers, lesbians and lunatics, singing we shall over come till your hearts content! Moron!
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TheBob TheBob (3958 days ago)
I guess you like being a citizen of Airstrip One. I thought she raises some good points: this is not a UN intervention - it's NATO. And how come we don't rush to support the people of Zimbabwe against a brutal government. Answers on a postcard to No 10
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I guess you like being a citizen of Airstrip One. I thought she raises some good points: this is not a UN intervention - it's NATO. And how come we don't rush to support the people of Zimbabwe against a brutal government. Answers on a postcard to No 10
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Filmaddict Filmaddict (3958 days ago)
Latest comment: Face it, it's all about fossil fuels, otherwise NATO forces would be in several places around the world. Gaddafi has made many enemies, even of his own Middle Eastern 'brothers', so it's reasonable that they also should be included within the military control of Libya, to generate a democracy and permit its people the human rights, others in the world enjoy.
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Latest comment: Face it, it's all about fossil fuels, otherwise NATO forces would be in several places around the world. Gaddafi has made many enemies, even of his own Middle Eastern 'brothers', so it's reasonable that they also should be included within the military control of Libya, to generate a democracy and permit its people the human rights, others in the world enjoy.
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Guest: Levi (3958 days ago)
Libyans want a change of government and are prepared to fight to make that happen. Gadaffi's supporters have access to more weapons and are/were killing the opposition in droves. All the UN are doing is trying to level the playing field, it seems. This woman is a 'commentator' which tells me that she can criticise from the sidelines without penalty if she's wrong.
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Libyans want a change of government and are prepared to fight to make that happen. Gadaffi's supporters have access to more weapons and are/were killing the opposition in droves. All the UN are doing is trying to level the playing field, it seems. This woman is a 'commentator' which tells me that she can criticise from the sidelines without penalty if she's wrong.
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