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    Middle East fight back thread

    American motherfucking inbred robbers like you invade other countries, steal their resources, name their invasion as 'humanitarian intervention' & reap the profit for themselves & become advanced countries & only the rich people of their invaded countries benefits from their Capitalism which their inbred mind has derived. In the meantime, these murdering robbers name other countries as 3rd world, slumdog which is the direct result of their inbred ideas named imperialism & capitalism. These robbers believe in might is right ideology while they castrate other countries to have WMDs by various organizations created by themselves & through gangster like threats. All hail to great Western robber civilization. And what can castrated slumdogs do other than following their Gangster master's order & follow suit? You can babble about 'terrorism', all of those 'terrorisms' are created by American murdering robbers like u who are the ultimate terrorists to destabilize & steal resources from '3rd world' countries & permanently keep them under your thumb. You westerners are superior only in the field of outright robbery & dropping precision bombs on others without any consequences & these robberies bring all of your fortunes to have more or less economic equality in common people of your society without toiling very hard from head to toe. By the way how many of these angels are roaming on the streets of your advanced 1st world robber country?

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    You’re right, the east doesn’t have its own history of angels. Not a long history, either. Certainly not that.
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    If your heart was as big as your mouth you'd be real, but it aint

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    Why did NATO murder Gaddafi and his family?

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    Civilian losses

    14 May: NATO air strike hit a large number of people gathered for Friday prayers in the eastern city of Brega leaving 11 religious leaders dead and 50 others wounded.[185]

    24 May: NATO air strikes in Tripoli kill 19 civilians and wound 150, according to Libyan state television.[186]

    31 May: Libya claims that NATO strikes have left up to 718 civilians dead.[187]

    19 June: NATO air strikes hit a residential house in Tripoli, killing seven civilians, according to Libyan state television.[188]

    20 June: A NATO airstrike in Sorman, near Tripoli, killed fifteen civilians, according to government officials.[189] Eight rockets apparently hit the compound of a senior government official, in an area where NATO confirmed operations had taken place.[189]

    25 June: NATO strikes on Brega hit a bakery and a restaurant, killing 15 civilians and wounding 20 more, Libyan state television claimed. The report further accused the coalition of "crimes against humanity". The claims were denied by NATO.[190]

    28 June: NATO airstrike on the town of Tawergha, 300 km east of the Libyan capital, Tripoli kills eight civilians.[191]

    25 July: NATO airstrike on a medical clinic in Zliten kills 11 civilians, though the claim was denied by NATO, who said they hit a vehicle depot and communications center.[192][193]

    20 July: NATO attacks Libyan state TV, Al-Jamahiriya. Three journalists killed.[194]

    9 August: Libyan government claims 85 civilians were killed in a NATO airstrike in Majer, a village near Zliten. A spokesman confirms that NATO bombed Zliten at 2:34 a.m. on 9 August,[195] but says he was unable to confirm the casualties. Commander of the NATO military mission, Lieutenant General Charles Bouchard says "I cannot believe that 85 civilians were present when we struck in the wee hours of the morning, and given our intelligence. But I cannot assure you that there were none at all".[196]

    15 September: Gaddafi spokesman Moussa Ibrahim declares that NATO air strikes killed 354 civilians and wounded 700 others, while 89 other civilians are supposedly missing. He also claims that over 2,000 civilians have been killed by NATO air strikes since 1 September.[197] NATO denied the claims, saying they were unfounded.[198]

    2 March 2012: United Nations Human Rights Council release their report about the aftermath of the Libyan civil war, concluding that in total 60 civilians were killed and 55 wounded by the NATO air campaign.[199] In May that same year, Human Rights Watch published a report claiming that at least 72 civilians were killed.[16]

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    jesus christ thats a lot of words

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    WAKE UP
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    REALIZE THAT WE'RE UNDER ATTACK
    TAKE IT FOR GRANTED AND THEY'LL TAKE IT ALL RIGHT BACKKKKK
    remember benghazi

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    Since the start of the campaign, there have been allegations of violating the limits imposed upon the intervention by Resolution 1973 and by US law. At the end of May 2011, Western troops were captured on film in Libya, despite Resolution 1973 specifically forbidding "a foreign occupation force of any form on any part of Libyan territory".[209] In the article however, it reports that armed Westerners but not Western troops were on the ground.[209]

    On 10 June, US Secretary of Defense Robert Gates criticized some of the NATO member nations for their efforts, or lack thereof, to participate in the intervention in Libya. Gates singled out Germany, Poland, Spain, Turkey, and the Netherlands for criticism. He praised Canada, Norway and Denmark, saying that although those three countries had only provided twelve percent of the aircraft to the operation, their aircraft had conducted one-third of the strikes.[210]

    On June 24, the US House voted against Joint Resolution 68, which would have authorized continued US military involvement in the NATO campaign for up to one year.[211][212] The majority of Republicans voted against the resolution,[213] with some questioning US interests in Libya and others criticizing the White House for overstepping its authority by conducting a military expedition without Congressional backing. House Democrats were split on the issue, with 115 voting in favor of and 70 voting against. Despite the failure of the President to receive legal authorization from Congress, the Obama administration continued its military campaign, carrying out the bulk of NATO's operations until the overthrow of Gadaffi in October.

    On 9 August, the head of UNESCO, Irina Bokova deplored a NATO strike on Libyan State TV, Al-Jamahiriya, that killed 3 journalists and wounded others.[214] Bokova declared that media outlets should not be the target of military activities. On 11 August, after the NATO airstrike on Majer (on 9 August) that allegedly killed 85 civilians, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called on all sides to do as much as possible to avoid killing innocent people.[215]

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    Does this man seem like a danger to the international community?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VZZvPlGCt_8&t=1s
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    Protest in Belgrade, Serbia on March 26, 2011 against military intervention in Libya
    Protest in Minneapolis, United States on April 2, 2011 against US military intervention in Libya

    Some critics of Western military intervention suggested that resources—not democratic or humanitarian concerns—were the real impetus for the intervention, among them a journalist of London Arab nationalist newspaper Al-Quds Al-Arabi, the Russian TV network RT and the (then-)leaders of Venezuela and Zimbabwe, Hugo Chávez and Robert Mugabe.[218][219][220][221] Gaddafi's Libya, despite its relatively small population, was known to possess vast resources, particularly in the form of oil reserves and financial capital.[222] Libya is a member of OPEC and one of the world's largest oil producers. It was producing roughly 1.6 million barrels a day before the war, nearly 70 percent of them through the state-owned National Oil Corporation.[223] Additionally, the country's sovereign wealth fund, the Libyan Investment Authority, was one of the largest in the world,[224] controlling assets worth approximately US$56 billion,[225] including over 100 tons of gold reserves in the Central Bank of Libya.[226]

    Accusations of imperialism on the part of NATO and the West were voiced by many leaders of states that had traditionally aligned themselves with the Communist bloc and subsequently Russia, including: Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei (who said he supported the rebels but not Western intervention[221]), Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez (who referred to Gaddafi as a "martyr"[220]), and President of Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe (who referred to the Western nations as "vampires"[219]), as well as the governments of Raúl Castro in Cuba,[227] Daniel Ortega in Nicaragua,[228] Kim Jong-il in North Korea,[229] Hifikepunye Pohamba in Namibia,[230] and others. Gaddafi himself referred to the intervention as a "colonial crusade ... capable of unleashing a full scale war",[231] a sentiment that was echoed by Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin: "[UNSC Resolution 1973] is defective and flawed...It allows everything. It resembles medieval calls for crusades."[232] President Hu Jintao of the People's Republic of China said, "Dialogue and other peaceful means are the ultimate solutions to problems," and added, "If military action brings disaster to civilians and causes a humanitarian crisis, then it runs counter to the purpose of the UN resolution."[233] Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was critical of the intervention as well, rebuking the coalition in a speech at the UN in September 2011.[234] Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, despite the substantial role his country played in the NATO mission, also spoke out against getting involved: "I had my hands tied by the vote of the parliament of my country. But I was against and I am against this intervention which will end in a way that no-one knows" and added "This wasn't a popular uprising because Gaddafi was loved by his people, as I was able to see when I went to Libya."[235][236]

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    Russia's foreign broadcasting service, RT, has postulated that NATO intervention may have been motivated by Gaddafi's attempts to establish a unified federation of African states that would use the gold dinar as its currency and demand that foreign importers of African oil pay in gold.[218] Despite its stated opposition to NATO intervention, Russia abstained from voting on Resolution 1973 instead of exercising its veto power as a permanent member of the Security Council; four other powerful nations also abstained from the vote—India, China, Germany, and Brazil—but of that group only China has the same veto power.[237]

    Moreover, criticisms have been made on the way the operation was led. According to Michael Kometer and Stephen Wright, the outcome of the Libyan intervention was reached by default rather than by design. It appears that there was an important lack of consistent political guidance caused particularly by the vagueness of the UN mandate and the ambiguous consensus among the NATO-led coalition. This lack of clear political guidance was translated into an incoherent military planning on the operational level. Such a gap may impact the future NATO's operations that will probably face trust issues.[238]

    In 2015 through 2016 the British parliament's Foreign Affairs Select Committee conducted an extensive and highly critical inquiry into the British involvement in the civil war. It concluded that the early threat to civilians had been overstated and that the significant Islamist element in the rebel forces had not been recognised, due to an intelligence failure. By summer 2011 the initial limited intervention to protect Libyan civilians had become a policy of regime change. However that new policy did not include proper support and for a new government, leading to a political and economic collapse in Libya and the growth of ISIL in North Africa. The Foreign Affairs Select Committee saw no evidence that the UK Government carried out a proper analysis of the nature of the rebellion in Libya and it "selectively took elements of Muammar Gaddafi’s rhetoric at face value; and it failed to identify the militant Islamist extremist element in the rebellion. UK strategy was founded on erroneous assumptions and an incomplete understanding of the evidence". The former Prime Minister David Cameron was ultimately responsible for this British policy failure.[239][240][241]
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    Why did we hang Saddam again?

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    apparently shittons of words

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    *laughing maniacally*

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    ill take your word for it

    *grins*

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    if you think theres something to get that youre probably not getting

    there probably is

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    just in general

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