Sometimes One Picture Says It All

No Intervention, Please

That’s a Can-Do attitude. Let’s give them equipment and material and they will do the job.

see Al Jazeera

About Robert Pogson

I am a retired teacher in Canada. I taught in the subject areas where I have worked for almost forty years: maths, physics, chemistry and computers. I love hunting, fishing, picking berries and mushrooms, too.
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4 Responses to Sometimes One Picture Says It All

  1. Richard Chapman says:

    I love that picture.

  2. Richard Chapman says:

    That’s a great picture and it sends a clear message (couldn’t be any clearer). I hope the Libyans get what the want and what they need.

  3. One thing Libyans can agree upon is that they don’t want another Iraq…

    They do lack material, however. Gaddafi was quite cunning to see that the army has only obsolete equipment. Their planes have not flown for years. If it comes down to a battle of tanks, Gaddafi will do a lot of damage because his private air-force is well-equipped. Of course, the anti-Gaddafi forces are larger in numbers but not well prepared to dislodge Gaddafi. I think there will come a time when they want air-strikes or military supplies. We should be ready. Already I hear that western intelligence services are supplying maps/satellite imagery. I expect trucks, weapons and air-strikes will follow.

  4. Picture: “No Foreign Intervention. Libyan People Can Manage It Alone.”

    Pogson: “Let’s give them equipment and material and they will do the job.”


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