Let Libyans solve their own problem

@bhanusb (5709)
India
March 21, 2011 12:02pm CST
America and its allies are performing missile attack on Libya. They are helping the rebels to oust Qaddafi from power. Why America is pocking nose in Libya's internal affair? Let Libyans solve their own problem. Is America is the guardian of the world? It is better to oil own machine. When America will stop it's imperialist goal?
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11 responses
@spalladino (17926)
• United States
21 Mar 11
Why is it that you believe this is an American operation when it's been widely reported that the military action currently ongoing in Libya is the result of United Nations Resolution 1973? America is part of a coalition of many other nations who are all taking some kind of action against Qaddafi's military at this time...but we're always the country singled out and blamed.
• Philippines
21 Mar 11
Your right about that. I forgot that the UN is the one who's running the operation in libya not the Americans.
@spalladino (17926)
• United States
21 Mar 11
Judging by what you posted below you also seem to have forgotten that Qaddafi's military has been killing unarmed citizens, which is what the coalition is trying to stop. Other measures were taken in an attempt to get him to stop the killing before the U.N. voted to institute a No Fly zone, which is keeping him from bombing his own people, from bombing hospitals and his military from murdering them in their homes. Did all of you who support him miss his speech where he talked about the military going door to door and showing "no mercy and no pity"? China has a history of non-involvement in the affairs of other countries and that is their choice. That does not mean that the rest of the world should stand by and ignore the unjustified murder of innocent people. The Arab League is supporting this action as well. That should give you some indication of how strongly they object to what's going on in Libya.
@kiran8 (15361)
• Mangalore, India
21 Mar 11
One has to go into the distant past to get a clear picture about Libya and Qaddafi's rule.Qadaffi is actively involved in terrorism and has been openly supportive of any kind of separatist movement that muslims practice in other parts of the world, so when it comes to his own country men why is he not giving it any importance ?Doe he expect to rule Libya all his life without giving into people's wishes? As for China, it has always been a dictatorship kind of rule, one only has to read about Tiana men square protests in 1989 and the way they massacred people . I doubt if their opinion really counts or if it can be seen as wholly unbiased... However, I feel sorry for libyans since they are being hounded from both sides...
@laglen (19782)
• United States
22 Mar 11
Funny you should say this. First of all, it was the UN not the US. Second, the UK and France took the lead here. Third, tell every body to stop calling the us for the TRILLIONS in foreign aid we dole out every year. Fourth, I feel safe in saying that most Americans would LOVE to leave the UN, keep our money and ignore the rest of the world.
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
26 Mar 11
Yes laglen, you take the chance to intervene by giving dole to other countries. Please try to ignore rest of the world and remain in the West. Let us remain in peace.
@laglen (19782)
• United States
27 Mar 11
If it was up to me, I would. Unfortunately, the powers that be, up in Washington, seem to think they know what is best for everybody. It is them you must appeal to.
@noorhizat (209)
• Malaysia
22 Mar 11
Hi bhanusb. You are right about the oil, only it for the oil that they are interfering with Libyans affairs. They think they are the most righteous people int the world. They send their CIA to other country to unbalance the government to suit to their agenda. Who make them the police of the world. Their allies are even worst. Scared to say no since they owe their peace to the US per say.
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
26 Mar 11
Hi noorhijat, you are absolutely right. US government pretends itself not only as police but also master of the world. It is the new face of Nazism.
• Malaysia
30 Mar 11
agreed. all under the protection of the UN.
@aeiou78 (3457)
• Malaysia
22 Mar 11
When the late Saddma Hussein of Irag sent his troop to concord the Kuwait, only the America helped the Kuwait to collect back their land. Now, the problem in Libya is concerning the world. The army of a nation is to protect the people of the nation. I can't imagine their own army killed their own civilians inclusive the children. Is it a hell place for the terrorists or mad animals to stay? We should appreciate of what the allies troops are doing, to support the humanness aids and stop their extension to other places.
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
26 Mar 11
Hi aeiou, try to realize the consonants also. You give us aids. You want to obey you. When any of us become disobedient you punish. But to punish you require excuse. So you make rubber stamp on us as terrorists. And jump on us.
@aeiou78 (3457)
• Malaysia
27 Mar 11
If you don't want other people to call them terrorist, they should not involve in terrorism acts. The Obama bin Laden admitted that he were intelligent to melt the whole world trade center in New York. The whole people in the world read or watched this news before.
@djbtol (5498)
• United States
22 Mar 11
In this case, I agree. Let the people deal with their own problems. They can kill each other if they like. It is time for American troops to come home. The US efforts are generally not appreciated by other countries, so I say we are wasting our money and lives.
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
26 Mar 11
Hi djbtol, I hope your government will come to good sense. Money should be utilized to solve own problems.
@aeiou78 (3457)
• Malaysia
27 Mar 11
Hi djbtol, I agree to you. If someone never appreciate of what they are contributing, we should let them extinct by themselves. However, many people never understand that the internal problem of a country will extend to the whole world. American are kind. American learned a lot after bombing by the Japanese troop during the Second World War. America is helping the world to stop those terrorists extending their power to the whole world. With the oil, those mad people can control us all around the world.
@kiran8 (15361)
• Mangalore, India
21 Mar 11
Hi bhanu, I am not sure if the issue is all that simple. You may be knowing that Qaddafi has been involved in a lot of terrorist activities , openly declaring support for al qaida and other terror outfits. He was also involved in the bombing of an american plane etc etc;One cannot go on controlling a nation and rule it like a dictator, which is what Qaddafi is. Now it is the United Nation which after having given enough warnings has decided to attack Libya and USA is also a part of the United Nation...
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
24 Mar 11
Hi kiran, you man know that American lawmakers disagree the policy of intervention of President Obama. According to them Obama should take consent of the Congress before attacking Libya. Every dictator bows down to mass upsurge and ultimately Qaddafi also do that. For this no foreign intervention is needed. Yes USA is part of United Nations. But the gear is in America's hand.
@aeiou78 (3457)
• Malaysia
27 Mar 11
From now, I understand the reason the terrorists were born. To totally eliminate the terrorists in this world, we must educate them since they were young. Then only the mindset of the terrorists can be changed. Terrorism acts are not acceptable in the world.
@matersfish (6311)
• United States
21 Mar 11
Right. Because the correct way to handle these things is to pretend nothing's going on and that people's lives don't matter if they're in another country. The peaceful are awfully weird with their tolerance. They're willing to tolerate mass murder but America stepping in is the last straw. America doesn't have to be guardian of the world. In this instance, America sat back and waited for more and more to die while other countries got their sh1t together. Someone has to get rid of evil. Who's going to do it? You? "Let Libyans solve their own problem." Fine. Let that maniac murder thousands more and reestablish his position as a terrorist dictator. He might show up in India. GL!
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
24 Mar 11
Yes materfish I agree Qaddafi is a dictator. America random bombing in Afghanistan to crash Tale bans. But innocent people are being killed almost everyday by this bombing. Is it not terrorist activity of America? Accept Hamid Karjai and his loyal ministers Afghan people are hostile to America and it's allies. I hope once American people will raise their voice against their government's policy of intervention.
• United States
24 Mar 11
Loyalists of Qaddafi and members within the Libyan government and Qaddafi-controlled army are saying that air strikes are killing people. News cameras and crews within the country are unable to find a single shred of evidence to support these accusations. Propaganda is nothing new. While America fights its other wars, attempting to snuff out terror, terrorists release false reports of Americans killing innocent civilians. Unfortunately, even millions of people in America believe these stories and never question the source. The truth of the matter is that these so-called righteous terrorists, doing their god's will, hide behind innocent women and children and blow up fellow believers every single chance they get. I do not believe a single word uttered from the mouth of evil. Evil cannot recruit using truth. It has never been able to. It takes brainwashing and propaganda campaigns to bring people over to that side. Saying something like "Help us kill your fellow countrymen so a greedy dictator can keep power" doesn't get people riled up for the cause. But something like "Join forces against the American enemy, because they're killing innocent children as we speak" gets the fists in the air. We're talking a guy in Qaddafi who put out the order to kill Americans, who allows terrorists to train in his country, and who slaughters his own people if they rise up against him. What does he do if he retains power? It's fairly obvious the Libyan rebels cannot overthrow him. So that's just Libya's problem then? If Libya was a moon of Earth and not a country I would agree with you. But this type of thing can spread. Hell hath no fury like a coward scorned. You think he will suddenly become a good guy once he kills all who oppose him?
@bunnybon7 (35832)
• Holiday, Florida
21 Mar 11
im an american and ive thought the very same thing. we have so many problems of our own right here. why do our government stick their nose into more wars? i dont understand. its things like this that is causing lots of us to loose faith in our own politicians.
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
24 Mar 11
Hi bunny, most of the governments don't bother about their peoples problems. They try to enhance their image. But the result is opposite. Nationally and internationally they are being hated.
@dreamy1 (3815)
• United States
21 Mar 11
"When America will stop it's imperialist goal?" When the rest of the world stops asking America to step in and do something. Every time something happens the rest of the world wants America to be the savior. We have problems of our own. I agree let others solve their own problems. Next time your or any other country is in trouble don't expect America to step in and see what happens.
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
23 Mar 11
Hi dreamy. it's your wrong idea. Rest of the world don't think America is the savior. Did the Iraqis invite America to invade their country. But America did that. Why the Americans attacked Afghanistan? There are so many example of this nature. You said, you have problems of your own. Let solve your problems. It is better not to invite America to solve our problems. We don't want to bring a crocodile by digging a canal.
@cher913 (25893)
• Canada
21 Mar 11
history repeats itself it would seem. it seems more than once the US has stepped in for whatever reason.
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
23 Mar 11
Yes cher, history repeats itself. It's also fact that none takes lesson from history. America is doing same thing again and again.
@natjohn20 (201)
• Philippines
21 Mar 11
I too is against America, though I am not an ANTI-America; but I'm against of what they are doing. So too is for the British and the French. These countries all think about is killing people, not on solving problems in a peaceful manner, even the opposing side is hard to negotiate with. They just want to show the world how powerful they are with their military, but little they know that China too is a powerful nation but unlike america they don't pocking in other nations problem by Bombing its cities and people. Hope someday America and its allied nations will be more peaceful in negotiating other nations internal affairs.
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
23 Mar 11
Hi natjohn. I too is not against the peace loving people of America. In the name of saving Libyan people they are killing the innocent people of that country. Yes no doubt America and its allies are powerful. But are they want to establish 'might is right'! I too hope America and its allied will be more reasonable in interfering others internal affairs.