Friday, April 01, 2011

The Latest From LIbya - Mess Times Two

Rebels ask for ceasefire and for Gaddafi to withdraw from numerous cities. Gaddafi says, "this is nuts and they're nuts". And I'd have to agree with him on that. Why would a leader who seems to be winning the war agree to terms like that? Especially since all the key allies have said openly "no boots on the ground" and "no arms for the rebels". What does he have to fear? Absolutely nothing.

Great job America. You've really botched this one up so far, Mr. B.O. and Mr. Gates.

And oh, by the way, Gaddafi's troops outnumber the rebels it is believed (by US intelligence) about ten to one. And add to the that the fact that the rebels are inexperienced, untrained, and don't have nearly the military weapons that the Government has. Yes, they have airstrikes but those are pretty limited as well.

The people and their flimsy supporters are in for a long war or a lost war. But you take a look at the video and read the account from Al Jazeera -- a perspective you won't hear on CNN.

Libya government rejects rebel ceasefire - Africa - Al Jazeera English


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