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Poland ready to receive Libyan refugees


sascha 1 | 826
23 Apr 2011 #151
Might want to talk to France and the UK as to why they were so gung-ho about going in.

Thanks, I'll pass that to some competent psychologist. ;) I am not about damaged egos and local problem solver.

Btw most eager I recall was US to go in there and start another mess.

Uk owes gaddafi some pay back for lockerbie ;)

Possible, but do you know how much the arab world ows to the west world to kick their assses? ;)

It is clear that most of them are from other parts of Africa.

Most of them were/are working on the oil fields etc. In Lybia are appr. 2 mio foreigners doing the durty jobs the locals do not have to do.

Like in most situations, if you started sth, like NATO attacking Lybia for as I recall 'humanitarian resons', what a joke, they have also to face the consequences, but usual they deny that and rather transfer that to others. They are just for the 'glory', not for the 'dirt'. Shows somehow the 'humane' motivation behind that aggression.
convex 20 | 3,978
23 Apr 2011 #152
Btw most eager I recall was US to go in there and start another mess.

Guess you and I were following different commentary. Obama had to more or less subvert Congress because it would have never passed a vote. It will be shot down once it comes to a vote.
PlasticPole 7 | 2,649
23 Apr 2011 #153
Btw most eager I recall was US to go in there and start another mess.

Why would US want to go in there when it's Europe and China who buy Libya's oil? A Chinese warship was off the coast of Libya before the no fly zone was established. A rarity for China, but they sent it there to protect their interests, which is the oil.
Crow 137 | 7,886
23 Apr 2011 #154
Poland ready to receive Libyan refugees

to tell you frankly, whenever i see this sentence, it looks like as that somebody declared: `Poland is ready for penetration`
jarnowa 4 | 499
23 Apr 2011 #155
Most of them were/are working on the oil fields etc. In Lybia are appr. 2 mio foreigners doing the durty jobs the locals do not have to do.

It was their free choice to migrate to Lybia as these "durty" jobs paid better than in their own countries.

Like in most situations, if you started sth, like NATO attacking Lybia for as I recall 'humanitarian resons', what a joke, they have also to face the consequences, but usual they deny that and rather transfer that to others. They are just for the 'glory', not for the 'dirt'. Shows somehow the 'humane' motivation behind that aggression.

NATO saved the lives of many Lybians because it prevented Khadaffi from slaughtering many of his own people.

European taxpayers spent millions of euros just to achieve this, do you seriously think that's not enough and instead we should also let them in? It sounds like Europe gets punished for saving Lybian lives.
sascha 1 | 826
23 Apr 2011 #156
It was their free choice to migrate to Lybia as these "durty" jobs paid better than in their own countries.

Of course. I never denied that.

NATO saved the lives of many Lybians because it prevented Khadaffi from slaughtering many of his own people.

Who told you that bs or where did you get that info. Maybe you should adjust your TV away from CNN, BBC etc.

It sounds like Europe gets punished for saving Lybian lives.

Truely spoken like a 'blinded' man. If you start sth like this, you better think it through to the end and be aware of the consequences. All other talk is just pathetic and not worth a comment.

In the end, this war in Lybia is driven by ego and local power struggles with almost no coordination.
Levi 12 | 450
25 Jan 2016 #157
What is the status of those people now?
Supernovus
3 Jun 2016 #158
a lot of copy-paste = removed

Liberal humanitarianism and its collusion in imperialist designs on Africa, as seen in NATO's Libya campaign of 2011

Based on Slouching Towards Sirte: NATO's War on Libya and Africa by Maximilian Forte

With Gaddafi dead, the hunt is on for a new hate figure on whom to spew venom (Assad, Jong-Un); far more satisfying than actually evaluating our own role in the creation of human misery. This is the colonial mentality of the liberal lynch mob.

Ceasefire review by Dan Glazebrook
Marsupial - | 888
4 Jun 2016 #159
You may as well close this thread because these refugees are not coming to live in poland and if they do it will be a short stay and irrelevant. .


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