Libya: Gadhafi Orders Soldiers To Be Killed , burned to death

The story of Libya today is the best possible argument for a practiced second amendment that could possibly be imagined.

I don’t even have a category for this degree of horror. From STRATFOR

February 21, 2011
Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi reportedly ordered the execution of soldiers who refused to shoot protesters, Yalibnan reported Feb. 21. The soldiers were tied up and set on fire. More than 230 people have been killed in Libya as anti-government protesters rally in the capital of Tripoli.

February 21, 2011
According to unconfirmed reports, aircraft from the Libyan air force have opened fire on protesters in central Tripoli, Al Jazeera reported Feb. 21.

February 21, 2011
Libyan protesters have taken control of the cities of Benghazi, Sirte, Tobruk, Misurata, Khoms, Tarhunah, Zenten, al-Zawiya and Zouara, International Federation for Human Rights head Souhayr Belhassen said, AFP reported Feb. 21. Witnesses in Sirte denied that the city was under the control of protesters, but others in al-Zawiya said that police had fled Sirte.

Airstrikes have hit Al Joumhouria Street in Tripoli, Al Jazeera reported Feb. 21, citing eyewitness reports.

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4 Replies to “Libya: Gadhafi Orders Soldiers To Be Killed , burned to death”

  1. Gadhafi is an barbaric thing for lack of a better word that isn’t a cuss word, but so are the Moslem Brotherhood, brutal acts like this are going to become more and more common throughout the Middle East.

  2. I never thought I would be rooting for Gadhafi in my life time.

    A true tyrant fighting against an Islamic theocracy. Which is worse?

    Truly amazing times we live in.

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