Friday, March 18, 2011

At Least One Country Is Ashamed To Take Part In The War Marketing

Possibly because they know all about framing the Libyans in order to get the missiles flying.

Germany won't send forces to Libya, foreign minister declares

"Germany's foreign minister, Guido Westerwelle, has declared the country remains strongly opposed to air strikes against Muammar Gaddafi's forces or any other military intervention in Libya.

Speaking to the Guardian, Westerwelle warned the results of western military intervention were "unpredictable" and could have consequences for freedom movements in the Arab world.

"Your own instinct is to say 'We have to do something.' But military intervention is to take part in a civil war that could go on for a long time.

"Germany has a strong friendship with our European partners. But we won't take part in any military operation and I will not send German troops to Libya."


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