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France and Italy to send officers to aid Libyan rebels

Small teams of military advisors will offer guidance


 

Small teams of French and Italian military officers will be dispatched to aid Libyan rebels, officials announced Wednesday. France will send fewer than 10 officers while Italy will send 10 officers, in an effort to advise rebels who seek to topple Col. Muammar Gadhafi’s regime. A French government spokesman reaffirmed that France has no intention of deploying a military force in Libya. The Italian defence minister said that stronger intervention may be necessary, so long as it falls within the terms of UN Security Council resolution 1973, which authorizes “all necessary measures short of occupation.” On Tuesday, the UK announced it would be sending a similar team to Benghazi, the rebel stronghold.

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France and Italy to send officers to aid Libyan rebels

  1. The media is showing a picture of an injured child, yet this is only 1/100,000th of the death cause by Bush's “Shock and Awe” campaign in Iraq. The media never showed pictures of the limbless children from Bush's war of choice. Does the media think Americans are that stupid and irrational that they can now get us to fight a war over what Bush did 100,000 times over?

    The rebels are a force of 1,500. Many are al Qaeda. They are not wearing uniforms and are placing civilians at risk by hiding behind civilians. This is an international war crime as is hiding behind civilians and in population centers. Why won't they move into the open and fight like an army? They are not an army, nor are they representative of the people.

    They will never consolidate power without foreign occupation. The rebels represent less than .005 % of the population. The advisors ought to tell the rebels to flee. That should be their advice. War for regime change is an international war crime.

    Day of Rage in Washington D.C. on 6/30/11 http://beforeitsnews.com/story/462/358/Day_of_Rag

  2. The media is showing a picture of an injured child, yet this is only 1/100,000th of the death cause by Bush%E2%80%99s “Shock and Awe” campaign in Iraq. The media never showed pictures of the limbless children from Bush%E2%80%99s war of choice. Does the media think Americans are that stupid and irrational that they can now get us to fight a war over what Bush did 100,000 times over?

    The rebels are a force of 1,500. Many are al Qaeda. They are not wearing uniforms and are placing civilians at risk by hiding behind civilians. This is an international war crime as is hiding behind civilians and in population centers. Why won%E2%80%99t they move into the open and fight like an army? They are not an army, nor are they representative of the people.

    They will never consolidate power without foreign occupation. The rebels represent less than .005 % of the population. The advisors ought to tell the rebels to flee. That should be their advice. War for regime change is an international war crime.

    Day of Rage in Washington D.C. on 6/30/11 http://beforeitsnews.com/story/462/358/Day_of_Rag

  3. The media is showing a picture of an injured child, yet this is only 1/100,000th of the death cause by Bush's “Shock and Awe” campaign in Iraq. The media never showed pictures of the limbless children from Bush's war of choice. Does the media think Americans are that stupid and irrational that they can now get us to fight a war over what Bush did 100,000 times over?

    The rebels are a force of 1,500. Many are al Qaeda. They are not wearing uniforms and are placing civilians at risk by hiding behind civilians. This is an international war crime as is hiding behind civilians and in population centers. Why won't they move into the open and fight like an army? They are not an army, nor are they representative of the people.

    They will never consolidate power without foreign occupation. The rebels represent less than .005 % of the population. The advisors ought to tell the rebels to flee. That should be their advice. War for regime change is an international war crime.

    Day of Rage in Washington D.C. on 6/30/11 http://beforeitsnews.com/story/462/358/Day_of_Rag

  4. Oh WOW, France and Italy! lol Probably after a feed of Women.
    Odd that the Countries that President Bush was brave enough to shut up are doing ok? Any Country, dominated by unsubstantiated religious crap, will always be in turmoil, as they change one interpretation of the so called doped up Prophets, to another interpretation.