Libya Campaign: The Longer the Fighting, the Better?

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Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya
April 18, 2011
06:23

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Libya Campaign: The Longer the Fighting, the Better?
by grtv

The Libyan conflict shows little sign of letting up.

If violence in the Arab world continues into next month, experts tip fuel prices to double again. That thought fills low earners in particular with dread. First and foremost, the EU’s lack of confidence in Russia is hurting its own citizens.

The EU policy is making it hard for people to get by, as the high petrol prices leave them short of money for food. And if prices double, they do not know how they will cope.

Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya, expert in Middle Eastern and Central Asian affairs, believes the European economy is being remodeled as the EU drives itself further into the orbit of the United States.

“They are backing away from Russia, which is an actual, dependable and stable form of energy for Europe. When they get involved in such operations as the ones in Iraq or in Libya, they know very well strategically what the outcome will be,” he said.

“So we’re going to see Europe remodeled and integrated further with the United States.”

Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya is a Research Associate at the Centre for Research on Globalization.

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2011 / 04 / 19
Todd Millions says:

As well as the quantuive easing run up in food and energy speculation(enron went down,but their 'sirror,paper' partners entergy and relient escaped with the loot and are still hoovering up subsudies.)-Surely british and french govs have as much intrest as us in distracting any questions boiling up over fake evidence and the lockerbie bombing.A 'splendid enginnered' war in N.Africa will do this nicely.As with iraq-they can all count on yoeman service by our media in smoke screening this-again.

2011 / 07 / 20
A.H alqaidi says:

To: Mr. Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya,
Clearly you are Iranian and you want to pay back Gaddafi for helping you in your war against Saddam Hussein. The hundreds of millions of Dollars he spent on that war were stolen from us. He did not ask the Libyans whether to help Iran or not.
Your question: Which one of the many imperialist wars would this look like? is easy to answer. It is the only "imperialist war" that is raged to help people get rid of an internationally known tyrant DICTATOR who killed thousands of his people and hundreds of others. The Libyans asked the UN for help and got it, you like it or not. Can you tell us why didn't you stay in Iran? Isn't freedom good for the Libyas? Tripoli people cheer when Gaddafi's power centres are bombarded. Gaddafi bought many cheap people in many parts of the world, using stolen money.

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