Gaddafi was ready for rebels in Libya and why the rebels are already lost

There was an odd thing when it came to Libya and Gaddafi as others thought hey this is going to be a domino affect right across the middle east because of Egypt and Tunisia etc. but in reality Gaddafi is one of the few people that had actually prepared for things going wrong in his country which is why the rebels are pretty much a lost cause and the Western media has already abandoned the way they pushed the media to now sitting on the fence from what was a rebel revolution overthrowing the dictator.

I played the fact the UK were sending diplomats to the rebel side purely because its an odd thing as it may be easy to lay cards on the table “if you win” but in reality the rebel units are out gunned and Gaddafi has hardened mercenaries pouring to help him offered $1000 a day welcome to the Western dream.. money = freedom or the ability to avoid being overthrown.

Thing is Obama in the U.S. is being pushed by media to interfere when its of little U.S. interest and the UK government already had contracts with Gaddafi is it any benefit if he loses? The odd thing is how people don’t understand the links between the UK and Libya and they aren’t short lived it showed in the media when they pushed of all the places in revolt Tobruk because for those not aware of world war two history it was a very important battle in history which is why I believe that location was pushed in the media because many people knew of the location and the fact it was a siege by overwhelming force. Little bit odd in this scenario though unless pro Gaddafi as it won’t stand on the battlefield in the same way which is why we are seeing the hardened push to dismount rebellion.

Money these days can buy you the best troops and this is why there are troops pouring in from former Russian states as well as African nations little pockets of rebellion supported for over a decade by Libya, its not all short term either as the media looks to think its all about the $ but at the same time having a leader who will back you as a rebel group in another country you can’t afford to lose your sponser which will no doubt have a positive affect in many places as the rebel forces are busy in Libya meaning other nations should have a short period of time to be proactive in stopping their return.

5 comments for “Gaddafi was ready for rebels in Libya and why the rebels are already lost

  1. Steve
    March 14, 2011 at 11:34 am

    While no fan of Gaddafi I believe that what he is doing is exactly what any leader will do in a similar situation in their country. I think some “leaders” should get off the soap box and recognise they, for their own objectives, have given legitimacy to the likes of Gaddafi and other corrupt leaders, past and present, across the world. Suggesting that action should be taken against Gaddafi is the height of hypocracy!

    • Tropicalpenpals
      March 15, 2011 at 1:04 am

      Agree totally Steve,
      what annoys me is the fact that they think they have a “right” to interfere and now this no fly zone interference is talking of coming out of the UN. Which will remove one of the strategic advantages in the country at the same time its nothing to do with the UN who’s acting on behalf of the U.S. primarily. I find it bizarre that so called “democratic” countries are trying to enforce and encourage people to topple their governments all over the middle east odd thing was I don’t think they expected Libya to be as well prepared as it was and now trying to force change. Biq question though is how much interference was there on the ground by agencies and were any arms given in any of these conflicts.

  2. TropicalPenpals
    March 15, 2011 at 1:04 am

    RE: Agree totally Steve, what annoys me is the fact that they think they have a “right” to… .

  3. TropicalPenpals
    March 15, 2011 at 1:04 am

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    • martinvaresio
      March 15, 2011 at 1:04 am

      RT @TropicalPenpals: RE: Agree totally Steve, what annoys me is the fact that they think they have a “right” …