Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Gaddafi deploys forces as world raises Libya pressure

I know it is the right thing to do, go in and stop Qaddafi Duck from slaughtering more of his people; but why does it always have to be the U.S.?
Can not any other country step in?

Why can't a Muslim country step in?
(Nevermind on that one)

I say let it happen, they don't like us, they will end up saying we did it for the oil, we are occupying another Muslim country,
yes let it happen, if Qaddafi slaughters his people then so be it, if the people get lucky and take him out along with all the other tyrants, So be it.

(Reuters) - Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi deployed forces to a western border area on Tuesday in defiance of Western military and economic pressure, raising fears that one of the bloodiest Arab revolts may become more violent still.

Suspicions grew that the veteran leader, in power for four decades, does not understand the strength of the forces now massed against him.

"All my people love me. They would die to protect me," he told the U.S. ABC network and the BBC on Monday, dismissing the armed muscle of a rebellion against his 41-year rule that has ended his control over eastern Libya.

Barely 12 hours after the United States said it was moving warships and air forces closer to the north African oil exporting country, Libyan forces re-asserted their presence at the remote Dehiba southern border crossing on Tuesday, decorating the border post with green Libyan flags.

Reporters on the Tunisian side saw Libyan army vehicles, and soldiers armed with Kalashnikov rifles. The previous day, there was no Libyan security presence at the border crossing. Dehiba is about 60 km (40 miles) from the town of Nalut.

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