Libya: What Is Being Ignored

North Korea. Burma. Palestine. Basque counties and Catalonia. Columbia. Large parts of India. Indonesia. The Philippines. Laos. Kurdistan. Turkey. Uganda. The Congo. Chad. CAR. Sudan. Senegal. Somalia. Ethiopia. Algeria. Mali. Mauritania. Morocco. Nigeria. Iran. Pakistan. Thailand. Cambodia. Russia. Yemen. Ivory Coast. Saudi Arabia. Bahrain. Afghanistan. Iraq. Mexico. Niger. Cuba. Belarus. Sri Lanka. Syria. Zimbabwe.

There are all places with tyrannical governments, insurgencies, civil wars, oppressed civilians, major independence movements or human rights violations, right now or in the very recent past, that the west has ignored or is currently ignoring.

But Libya could not be ignored. Why?

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10 Responses to Libya: What Is Being Ignored

  1. Shrapnel says:

    It was too close to Europe.

  2. HandsofBlue says:

    Belarus? Dangerous dictator, cracked down on the populace recently in the wake of sham elections. Tunisia was just as close, so is Egypt.

  3. Shrapnel says:

    Fine, he was behind on his bribes too.

    Also for the record, I call your credentials into question, you honourless cad.

  4. HandsofBlue says:

    (commences bombing)

  5. HandsofBlue says:

    I congratulate you on your perspicacity sir! I shall see you at dawn!

  6. Fataizi says:

    I’d rather your country keeps to itself. The Earth does not belong to you alone. Let those people figure it. It has been proven many times what happens when the Americans and their equally trigger happy allies stick their nose where they not needed

  7. HandsofBlue says:

    My country is Ireland. Point out to me where I claimed the earth belongs to the ROI and I’ll gladly rectify a bizarre spelling mistake.

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