Mail Online reported that the Socialist dictator Muammar Gaddafi is fighting to save his throne by killing his people, including children.
American citizens fleeing the bloody rebellion in Libya today spoke of the traumatic scenes they had witnessed before they left the country.
As a ferry carrying hundreds of Americans trapped in Tripoli landed in Malta and a plane filled with evacuees landed in Turkey, evacuees brought stories of carnage from the streets of Tripoli.
They spoke of children shot with high velocity weapons, helicopters attacking protesters and random shootings of innocent civilians.
I cannot help but look back on his history and wonder how it is we have allowed this to happen. The whole world knows what a low life scum bag this guy has been. But yet we all sit back and let it continue as if to say. Muammar it’s ok to kill people to keep order.
I do find the kinship between Barack Hussein Obama troubling Muammar is a great fan and admirer of Hussein Obama.
I guess this is why Hussein Obama finds it hard to speak up against his kindred spirit. Obama in a speech about the bloodshed that lasted more than 5 minutes could not bring himself to speak the name of his friend, I assume out of respect for Muammar
So as Hussien Obama dances gently so he does not offend a friend, this is what those stuck in Libya had to go through. More from the Mail Online story.
Passengers aboard the Maria Dolores, a small catamaran chartered to evacuate 167 Americans and other nationalities from Tripoli, spoke of the immense suffering for the Libyans that were left behind.
Speaking to CNN, one unidentified American citizen on the ferry said: ‘I saw carnage.
‘Helicopter gunships were shooting at them [protesters].
‘The army were using heavy machine guns and automatic rifles against little children throwing rocks.’
The Maria Dolores left Tripoli at 6:37 am EST and docked this evening in Valetta, Malta bringing to safety 167 stranded U.S. citizens.
The State Department is still not sure how many of the thousands of Americans living in Libya are still waiting to get out.
As the Maria Dolores left Tripoli a U.S.-chartered air plane carrying 41 passengers, including 32 Americans, also left Libya today for Istanbul.
According to David Peterson, a U.S. citizen on board the flight, the violence in Libya, ‘got bad pretty fast’.
‘We heard regular gunfire, especially at night,’ he said.
But while some passengers described horror on the streets, other evacuees were just grateful to be safe.
Judith Drotar, a teacher at the American school in Tripoli aboard the Dolores, said how strained the last few days had been.
She said: ‘We are very tired and have been in the same clothes for the last five days.
‘I came aboard with 22 teachers…it was very uncomfortable but that was minor compared to what we were experiencing emotionally.
Speaking about her former workplace, Mrs Drotar said she was sad to leave her ‘little masterpiece’ behind.
She added:’We had to leave a lot of wonderful Libyan people behind – that’s real sad.’
Yet through all this Hussein Obama is once again dragging his feet while innocent people are left to suffer and die. Here is what they have to say about the slow response from Hussien Obama.
While U.S. citizens are finally getting out of Libya, many have criticized the Obama administration for delays in the evacuation.
Speaking about the three day delay in the Dolores leaving Tripoli, Tony Munoz, Editor of shipping magazine The Maritime Executive, said: ‘I don’t understand why this vessel didn’t leave earlier – The Maria Dolores is a new vessel built for Mediterranean seas.
‘I can only imagine the captain was refusing to sail because he felt the vessel was not capable enough of taking the sea on.
Speaking to MailOnline, Mr Munoz said that there was no comparison between the 68 metre Dolores and the 204 metre Hellenic Spirit, used by the Greek government to evacuate its citizens from Benghazi.
‘The U.S. needed to charter a bigger boat like the Greeks’ he said.
‘The fully hulled Spirit will be more durable outside a port, this much bigger vessel could take the rough seas on.
‘There is no question about it, they [U.S.] should have been out of there long ago – why haven’t they chartered a bigger boat like the Greeks or Turkish.
‘At the very least, the government should have had a larger back up vessel on the way.’
Earlier in the week, State Department official P.J. Crowley said Libyan authorities had refused the U.S. permission to land any chartered aircraft.
‘We had requested permission to bring charter aircraft into Tripoli.
‘That permission was not granted yesterday [Tuesday].
‘We still would like to have permission to bring charters in for any additional Americans who want to leave.’
Some have suggested the slow evacuation was behind President Obama’s lacklustre performance in condemning Colonel Gaddafi’s, regime where thousands are thought to have been killed following protests.
Why is Hussien Obama so quick to lie and condemn Israel for protecting herself?
It took Obama 24 hours to do what everyone knew he’d do – condemn America’s strongest and longest ally in the Middle East for its raid on theterrorist-linked Gaza Flotilla.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton did the dirty work for the Administration: “Hillary Clinton on Israeli attack:
The Obama’s and the left have no credibility at all; they seem to be friends of all that is evil and enemies to all that is good and just.
The UN also has no credibility and we need to free ourselves from this corrupt organization.Time and time again the UN shows us that they are a useless organisation. We all have known for many years about the Socialist dictator Muammar Gaddafi but yet he is granted a seat on the UN Human Rights Council.
Libya a country with well documented ties to terrorist organizations and an abysmal human rights record has been elected by a majority of its fellow U.N. members to serve on the United Nations’ Human Rights Council. In a secret ballot Libya received 155 votes and will serve a three year term. To get elected each country needed to get 97 votes to assure itself a place on the U.N. body. There are a total of 192 countries that make up the United Nations.
Before the vote was announced, U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Susan Rice acknowledged that the Human Rights Council had not lived up to its potential and “remains flawed.” She would not reveal how the U.S. voted but said ” it’s fair to say that this year, there is a small number of countries whose human rights records is problematic that are likely to be elected and we regret that. I’m not going to sit here and name names. I don’t think it’s particularly constructive at this point. But it’s obvious which countries that are on the ballot have more problematic human rights records than others.” Rice told reporters that since the U.S. joined the council there had been some progress – notably Iran’s attempt to get on the council which was withdrawn in April and the U.S. led effort to pass a unanimous resolution on the freedom of expression.
The bible says in Isaiah 5:20 “Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!”
There is darkness and evil all around us and yet we seem to embrace it and call it good and we condemn all that is good. Here in America we use the supposed “Separation of Church and State” to attempt to silence the church and it’s moral biblical beliefs and we embrace evil in the name of tolerance. This is not a good thing and it very well may lead to the destruction of this nation. How long will we be allowed to go down this road? I do know personally know but I do know we are treading on thin ice for we do love evil more than good.