Good call Obama. Did you ask Congress about getting involved in Libya? Didn’t think so..

Possible Role of Islamists in Libya Raises Fears 

“Despite early indications that the Libyan revolution might be a largely secular undertaking … the very extremist currents that shaped the philosophies of Libya Salafists and jihadis like (Abd al-Hakim) Belhadj appear to be coalescing to define the future of Libya,” wrote Michael S. Smith II, a principal and counterterrorism adviser for Kronos LLC, the strategic advisory firm that prepared the report.

“I would like to alert my Muslim brothers in Libya, EgyptAlgeriaTunisia and the rest of the lands of Islam that if the United States and the NATO forces interfere in Libya, it will be necessary for their neighbors … and the rest of the Muslims to go forth to fight all of the mercenaries of (Muammar) al-Qaddafi and the crusaders of NATO,” he said, according to a translation provided by Kronos.

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  1. #1 by elcampeador on January 7, 2012 - 9:37 AM

    LOL. Hey good friend, forget the spelling for Christ Sakes..I got dyslexia. And here I am, typing on a goofy blog. In fact, I typed on 3 or 4 blogs I started.. 🙂

    Well, I can can say IS..Think there’s a song that has these lyrics: “From the Halls of Montezuma To the shores of Tripoli”. Whether Mr. Mutt knows it or not, his without Congress approval bombing of Libya, verified the last part of the song. In error of course, for it lead to a very possible “Islamic ring”, plus dumping on Mubarak. That “Islamic ring”, is his..I know, I know it’s the fault of George Bush, Franklin Pierce, Grover Cleveland and forty others..

  2. #2 by Yojimbo on January 6, 2012 - 9:01 PM

    Yup, maybe not too long at all. Tunisia dnd Libya maybe the last too fall, but probably not that far behind. The Islamic ring of fire in North Africa.

    Hmm Seems as if I can’t spell Libyan any more. Just maybe, one of these days, I will start reading what I have typed before I hit “Post”. Or not.

  3. #3 by elcampeador on January 6, 2012 - 8:42 PM

    Yep and “over time”, just may not be that long of a period..

  4. #4 by Yojimbo on January 5, 2012 - 7:57 PM

    The Lyban revolution may or may not have been secular but that is not the point. The tribal factions are just that, factions. The Islamists are well organized and, over time, they will take over the government. Organization always wins over disorganization over time. The Salafists are also a big faction of the Egyptian Islamists and you know how that is going.

  5. #5 by elcampeador on January 5, 2012 - 12:39 PM

    First of all, Ron Paul is an IDIOT! Secondly< I take it you will adore the Islamist's in power, not only in Libya (or Lybia White House spelling) but throughout Northern Africa. Why NOT HUH!? I mean, Islamist's are with all due speed converting the REST of that continent for fun and games. They (Islamist's) just love those Africans. they make wonderful slaves and their heads look so good perched on a pike, eh!?

    If that is your thinking, the you have achieved your PRICELESS. Yeah, you!

  6. #6 by Protest Warrior on January 5, 2012 - 10:43 AM

    If Iranian Contras (backed by NATO airpower) overthrew Iran’s mullah’s tomorrow, our nattering-naybobs of negativity would forever see nothing but downside.

    Will Ron Paul parrots never forgive our brave NATO airmen for Sarkozy’s Libyan-Contra victory?

    Loss of American life: 0
    Cost: ~$1B
    Kaddafi spiderholed: PRICELESS

    I’m taking Michael S. Smith II as a glass-half-empty guy, am I right?

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