America Saved Libya

I am a liberal humanitarian bomber. The photo above shows Libya under the evil dictator Ghaddafi. The photo at bottom shows Libya after it was liberated by US jet bombers and freedom fighters consisting of Al Qaeda. God bless the Libyan people. Where would they be without America?
I am a liberal humanitarian bomber. The photo above shows Libya under the evil dictator Ghaddafi. The photo at bottom shows Libya after it was liberated by US jet bombers and freedom fighters consisting of Al Qaeda. God bless the Libyan people. Where would they be without America?

I sure am glad we saved those people from that evil dictator Ghaddafi! Things are so much better now, huh?

God bless America!

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    1. You mean they need to be told what to do all the time to stay productive and not be violent? Gee, we used to have a system like that, but then forcibly abolished it!

      All this street crime, all the cities being burnt down, it was because the savages were set free — free to sin with impunity — rather than on the leash of people who could harness their strength and violent impulses into CONstruction, rather than DEstruction!

      Like you said, Price Of Freedom!

    1. Libya didn’t do that. Even the US CIA now says that it was Iran and Syria that did it. The framed Libya because they needed Syrian help in the Gulf 1 War and everyone hated Ghaddafi anyway. They paid the settlement because they had to. They said you will never have normalized relations until you pay the settlement, so they paid even though they were innocent.

    2. Ghaddafi was invaded because he didn’t have nuclear weapons. Nuclear weapons preserve Westaphalian sovereignty from imperialist aggression. Non-proliferation is just nuclear apartheid; I would take it seriously if the US did harass the Soviet Union during the 80s by deploying Perishings and neutron bombs in West Germany.

      Look up “nuclear peace” on Wikipedia. Perhaps, Kenneth Waltz should be the next Caitlyn Jenner.

      I was glorifying A.Q. Khan more than Ghaddafi. Maybe Khan’s network would have granted access to nuclear weapons to suspicious parties, but more states having nuclear weapons wouldn’t be such a bad thing; I think the world is a better place that the DPRK has nuclear weapons (one less country the US can invade), and I wouldn’t mind countries such as Iran and Syria having them. Perhaps in your world, only the G5 + Israel can have them (although would can be indifferent to India and Pakistan).

      Besides, you have nuclear weapons so may never need to use them.

      Actually, I think having advanced delivery vehicles for conventional ordinance such as anti-ship ballistic missiles and an advanced air defense system (such as the S-500 system) are as (almost) good as a few 20 kt weapons, but nothing can be equivalent to a nuclear submarine with MIRV’d SLBMs with multiple 475 kt warheads.

      Furthermore, the parade announcer said the DF-26 was able to hit medium and large size ships.

      “If that is the case, and Chinese surveillance capabilities are capable of providing sufficient intelligence and guidance at long distances, then it would allow Chinese military planners to hold at risk US aircraft carriers at twice the range of the DF-21D,” Kristensen said.

      “Striking ships with ballistic missiles at long range is technically challenging and there are many weak links in the chain of necessary sensors that are vulnerable to interdiction,” Kristensen said. “A good indicator would be to see how much effort US missile defense systems will spend on the DF-26 and DF-21D.” The 16 launchers on parade indicate the DF-26 is operational, he said.

      This makes the DF-26 a second-generation anti-access weapon that carries strike capability far into the second island chain, said Richard Fisher, senior fellow, International Assessment and Strategy Center. “This is important because the United States has barely started to respond to China’s first generation anti-access ensemble targeting the first island chain, like the DF-21D ASBM.”

      Fisher believes that the DF-26’s ASBM capability is another sign that China is winning the “anti-access” versus “access” arms race with the US.

      China also paraded two supersonic anti-ship cruise missiles: the DF-10A (formerly CJ-10) and the air-launched YJ-12. Erickson said that while China may not have progressed as far as it wants with DF-26 targeting support, “it probably already has sufficient surface wave stations to enable the DF-10 to cover the approaches to the Taiwan Strait.”

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p-cEunmqXM8

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