hi humans

 

Libyan people in danger please help us

 

http://www.libyanfsl.com/

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Hey Noor, loong time no see..

I just looked at this site here http://www.libya-watanona.com/libya/  yeah it's very awful!

hi sweet hope .. yes it is so bad now in libya

 Here is some of the English part of the site.

The National Front for the Salvation of Libya (NFSL)

http://www.libya-watanona.com/news/nfsl/nf060510e.htm

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thus description of the arab revolt....

my egyptian friend told me, I wish for the Saudis the same thing..

but, I prefer reforms rather than revolution..and if reforms didn't work then, revolution is the second option!

I'm peaceful :)

thank you .. yes we need your hearts with us .. he is criminal killing his own people

 

yes .. we all hope its his ending days .. he killed my people using Africans .. thats so sad

Here is a regime of an utterly despicable megalomaniac psychopath with the intellectual maturity of a 2 year old, another dynasty of genetically inferior human waste, that hires mercenaries to murder their own people, sends warplanes to bomb their own people.

Qaddafi has by his own low criminal instincts assured his eradication and that of his dynasty. Wherever he flees, he's dead. Good riddance!!

well said Albert..


It's a lesson, and all Arab leaders are shaking right now.

You are right, you see them struggling to come up with an adequate response. But that's what they should have done all the time. Now it's too late for them. They're gone. And the Saudi royals are pacing around in their air-conditioned villas right now with a big brown stain on the back of their robes. Abdullah will be dead soon anyway, he's started to rot away already.

 

At the same time when that demented pig Qadaffi, that fucking retard, sends warplanes to bomb his own people (two pilots ordered to bomb protesters defected to Malta) the EU (note that they are too bombing children in Afghanistan to keep a "democratically elected" puppet regime there in power) made itself, to the everlasting shame of it's citizens, once again completely ridiculous by piously calling for "dialogue and restraint." (I thought that standard answer was reserved for the Israeli when they once again go out to bomb the Palestinian people into submission.)

As it turns out, but not really say it out right, they couldn't care less about the Libyans, they care about Qadaffi keeping refugees, among which many from Somalia (another unparalleled success of US interventions by proxy btw) out of the EU.

Oh but hey care about other things as well.

 



Declaration by the High Representative, Catherine Ashton, on
behalf of the European Union on events in Libya

"The European Union is extremely concerned by the events unfolding in Libya and the
reported deaths of a very high number of demonstrators. We condemn the repression
against peaceful demonstrators and deplore the violence and the death of civilians. We
express our sympathy to the families and friends of the victims.

The EU urges the authorities to exercise restraint and calm and to immediately refrain from
further use of violence against peaceful demonstrators. Freedom of expression and the
right to assemble, as provided for in particular by the International Covenant on Civil and
Political Rights, are human rights and fundamental freedoms of every human being which
must be respected and protected. The EU calls on the authorities to immediately cease the
blocking of public access to the internet and mobile phone networks. The EU also calls
upon the authorities to allow media to work freely throughout the country.

The legitimate aspirations and demands of the people for reform must be addressed
through open and meaningful Libyan-led dialogue.

The European Union expects full cooperation by the authorities in protecting EU citizens."

I hope all the world will do something to stop this crazy man of killing the libyans

pllllllllllllllllllz people from USA and all the world talk to your governments  

i KNOW you dont like criminals ..

 

look at khdafi .. he is killing our men and people plllllllllllllllz we need humans right to help us

 

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