Italy rescues 4,000 migrants in 48 hours in escalating crisis

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acmavm wrote:

Libya? They’re trying to escape from Libya? Surely you MUST be mistaken. Why the U.S. and our NATO friends bombed Libya back to the Stone Age back 3 years ago last month all in the name of FREEDOM and saving them from an evil dictator, just like we did in Iraq. We even gave the operations names. OpĂ©ration Harmattan for France, Operation Ellamy for the United Kingdom, Canada was Operation Mobile, and Operation Odyssey Dawn was the name the United States used while bombing the crap out of the place (over 26,000 times).

Italy needs some help from the countries that caused this humanitarian fiasco. Unfortunately the U.S. and its NATO allies are busy with the overthrow of another area of the planet so they really don’t have the time or the cash necessary to try to provide humanitarian aid to these people that they’ve already ‘liberated’.

Apr 09, 2014 8:34am EDT  --  Report as abuse
VicVejo wrote:

Libya? The same Libya that Obama bombed without congressional approval? The same Libya where Benghazi occurred and Obama lied and said it was a YouTube video? So Russia sending troops to Crimea is wrong but Obama invading Libya is right? And now Europe has to deal with the flood of illegal immigrants because of Obama’s actions? Hmmm. Maybe Europe will start to realize Obama doesn’t care. Europe has 15,000 illegals? America have 15 million illegals. And Obama ignores deportation laws. Wants to make them all citizens and take American jobs. Why? Because they will vote Democrat. Obama swore and oath to uphold the constitution, which he not only ignores, but spits in the face of.

Apr 09, 2014 11:03am EDT  --  Report as abuse
MikeHockey wrote:

at acmavm, so the US is responsible for all the chaos in your view? like really? please dude stop speaking out of your rectum & use your brain. Maybe then people will be enlightened by your posts. For once.

Apr 09, 2014 6:17pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
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