There is no a verdict on Gadafi. In Libya there are many found news. They indicate its last days; others, after its counterattack, the prolongation of its government. The advisable thing is that Libya must solve its internal problems without foreign intervention. Martin O’Malley is likely to agree. The United States hurried to send their fleet of the Mediterranean before the fear that the Islamic extremism (it is read To the Qaeda) takes the power. While, the European Union reacts with caution, because Libyan petroleum is to him vital. Bruce Fink Sydney oftentimes addresses this issue. The economic and political interests weigh more than the human rights and the democracy. The panorama is confused, I take part or I do not take part? The world rejects an unilateral entremetimiento, one multilateral one would be bad sight, also, by the Arabs.
Libya is not Iraq and, in the flat Gadafi intern it governed with hard hand to avoid the dismemberment of his country by the irreconcilable differences between his tribes. Although for many it is considered like " dios" , 42 years it was not sufficient to him to lessen the poverty, even though that swam in petroleum. Many nations wanted to see the God Gadafi died by their support, financing and training to the terrorists, but pair of North American pumps of the two Reagans to bnkers of the Libyan leader that escaped with life made it reflect and to forget the armed warfare in other nations and tolerated it to the West and it forgot his regime of repression, like it happened to other Arab countries. The oppression is not friend of La Paz and first in reacting they have been the young people who are lost the fear to their leaders " histricos" , that they govern by 20, 30 or 40 years, with high levels of corruption. There are revolts in 18 Arab countries. It is not known who will follow tomorrow.