Faced with a serious drop in the eyes of French, President Nicholas Sarkozy felt the need to pretend to be the leader of anti-Gadhafi coalition. Of course, it will not restore the population’s sympathy.
But, I don′t understand how is possible as high world leaders to not realize that are sad pathetic and ridiculous
with a coalition leader who became president on Gadhafi‘s money. Also who was charged of leading nuclear business with the same dictator, on the issue of Bulgarian nurses. More, I don′t even bother to explain why juridic an interference with glitter of democracy is still illegal.
But I would like to mention some questions to which Mr Sarkozy has not responded, even if he was quick to recognize, wrongly again, a gang by rebels as political interlocutor. Who are these rebels ? How are they ? What percentage of the population of Libya are they ? How many international observers in Libya last month ? What future strategy supporting these rebels ? It seems to me that the rebels aren′t some geniuses worthy of the Peace Nobel Prize or some top leaders of human rights…
Let us be clear: Gadhafi is a dictator. But is a dictator who was tolerated as long as it was useful. Functional hypocrisy… Some call it Political Realism. I think it’s just filthy and disgusting way of doing politics. We see that in the forefront of anti-Gadhafi coalition are leaders (US, UK, France, Italy) who have just spoked «Gadhafi must go» at the beginning of the uprising Libyan. For they, Gadhafi’s staying in power means Goodbye to Libyan oil. For they is an urgent need the tyrant Gadhafi to emerge from the world political picture. What price ? The price paid by the public ? Or oil prices ? We’ll see. :D As we have already seen what happiness was and is in Iraq after Saddam‘s removal from the scene !!