"Only in America does it take an act of Congress to name a building, but no congressional authorization whatsoever to go to war against a country that has not threatened the United States," writes Laurence Vance — Our Crazy, Evil Government When It Comes to War.
Ron Holland says that "while we wish the people of Libya and their color revolution victory over crazy Gaddafi, they have likely been the unwitting pawns in a major deception by Washington to hide a dramatic Middle East foreign policy shift" — The Anglo-American Gaddafi Deception.
"We have no bloody business in Libya, and no idea what we hope to achieve there," says Englishman Peter Hitchens — Why can't we just let the Libyans fight it out (...then make friends with the winners. "So why are we rattling the drums of war and fuelling up for a fight in a place where our national interests would be best served by staying out?"
Labels: Africa, Albion, America the Beautiful, Peace, The Middle Kingdom, War and Rumors of War