Monthly Archives: February 2011

NATO Meets for Talks about Possible Military Intervention in Libya

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I QUESTION THE WISDOM OF MILITARY ACTION AGAINST LIBIA

I seriously question any U.S. intervention of Libia. The United States is strongly condemning the brutal response of Mr. Qadhafi in response to mass demonstration and their demand that Qadhafi step down from office. There is no question that this man … Continue reading

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DANGER LURKS IN MID – EAST

While I am happy to see that there are people who are standing up for freedom and an end to repressive dictatorships, I am also concerned for the future of many of these Mid East countries in the midst of … Continue reading

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MID EAST TURMOIL BECOMES MID EAST CRISIS

If what is going on today in Bahrain is an example of the trend of future response to demonstrations against repressive government, then we are watching the beginnings of a serious crisis in the Mid east that will have serious … Continue reading

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MILITARY COUP WAS BEHIND MUBARAKS DEPARTURE

I sat in my study this morning doing as I usually do, monitoring the news and reviewing various reports that I had not had time during the course of the week. It is Friday, February 2, 2011.  Having watched the Egyptian situation … Continue reading

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UNITED STATE NEEDS TO LET EGYPTION PEOPLE MAKE THEIR OWN CHOICES.

The United states needs to avoid any further involvement in the Egyptian crisis. U.S. persistence in trying to manipulate the outcome of the demands of the people is not doing future relations with that nation any good at all. In fact, our … Continue reading

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Egyption Situation Could End In Dangerious Transition

For the last seven days Egypt has been embroiled in turmoil as citizens have come out into the streets in mass demonstrations in an open defiant effort to oust President Mabarack.  The president has been in office since the assassination of … Continue reading

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