The New Libya Is Not Off To A Good Start
You know that the going is going to be tough for the new Libya when the first thing the liberators do is sodomize the deposed dictator with a knife in a kind of revenge fantasy, when their leaders promise accountability and then refuse to fess up about the circumstances of the deposed dictators death, let alone where he was buried. If in fact he was buried.
And so while I understand the request of interim leader Mustafa Abdel-Jalil (in photo) that NATO air patrols stick around through December rather than go home in a matter of days because loyalists of Colonel Muammar el-Qaddafi’s army might rear their ugly heads, I am concerned that a week after the capture and killing of the dictator the victors have yet to agree on a new interim leadership team.
A good start this is not.