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  1. Fred

    Libya 2011 Demonstrations

    Bullshit report based on hindsight.
  2. Fred

    Libya 2011 Demonstrations

    I assume you're asking about the political situation. Well it's very complicated, in general there are two main parties of the conflict. One led by Hafter in the East, which is comprised of loose alliances of groups whose interests are aligned; many of them are from the former military, some...
  3. Fred

    Libya 2011 Demonstrations

    He opened up a bit after the Iraq invasion, but we were still one of the most socialist countries in the planet. There was virtually no functioning private sector, fuel and basic food supplies were heavily subsidized by the government, over 80% of the labor force was working for the government...
  4. Fred

    Libya 2011 Demonstrations

    Yup, two countries led by autocratic socialist maniacs that left their countries in such a terrible shape.
  5. Fred

    Libya 2011 Demonstrations

    http://www.ibtimes.com/libyas-black-market-foreign-currency-exchange-healthcare-whats-table-when-exchange-2177104
  6. Fred

    Libya 2011 Demonstrations

    I'm sure Southern Europe, or specifically Italy wishes 2011 never happened now. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-32509304
  7. Fred

    Libya 2011 Demonstrations

    Exactly. It looked promising at first, but we got our priorities wrong and that fucked us. The transitional government wanted to build an armed forces, police, etc. But they prioritized preparing for parliamentary elections, and allowing parties to form, in the meanwhile militia's were getting...
  8. Fred

    Libya 2011 Demonstrations

    A conflict for power indeed mate. They're destroying the capital Tripoli, the two strongest militia's in Libya now. The war against Gedaffi has had extremely negative consequences for Libya, while removal of Gedaffi was necessary, all it did was give access to heavy weaponry to people who took...
  9. Fred

    Libya 2011 Demonstrations

    Shit man, thats depressing, just as I started getting over all the horror stories that happened during the revolution, and especially at the start :depressed
  10. Fred

    Libya 2011 Demonstrations

    My answer is this: :lol: 9, 14 and 15(our universities are shit, and mostly teach Gedaffi propaganda, so i would still question the value of those university degrees) are true though. 5 is true as well, but no thanks to Gedaffi, before the discovery of oil we were one of the poorest countries...
  11. Fred

    Libya 2011 Demonstrations

    Perhaps.
  12. Fred

    Libya 2011 Demonstrations

    I don't know if you understood me properly, but personally this was not the outcome i was hoping for. :P That being said, i'm more happy that we had a fair and honest election process, and respect what the people choose.
  13. Fred

    Libya 2011 Demonstrations

    Preliminary results of the Libyan elections show that an overwhelming victory is pending for the National Forces Alliance (NFA) headed by the liberal US educated academic, Mahmud Jibril. Looks like Libya is breaking the trend of Islamists winning in North Africa unfortunately. I mean, I expected...
  14. Fred

    Libya 2011 Demonstrations

    Thanks man, you're more than welcome to visit, would love to meet you there and show you around if our visits there coincided :P
  15. Fred

    Libya 2011 Demonstrations

    Today, i went and cast my vote in the first free and honest elections in Libya's history. Proud of my country, never thought i'd live to see the day :touched:
  16. Fred

    Libya 2011 Demonstrations

    You saw that IZ? i liked how in the middle of all that some sick fvcks decided to put a stick up his bum :D Hows the Khoms girl btw? :P
  17. Fred

    Libya 2011 Demonstrations

    lol, he died begging for his life, you wouldn't know that because you don't understand Arabic, and Serbian media outlets probably don't tell you about that, but he was begging for his life, the man who so easily killed thousands of Libyans in the most ugly ways, was begging for his life in the...
  18. Fred

    Libya 2011 Demonstrations

    Lol at those pictures, Libyans and their insane love for Italian football :sergio: Various polls have shown that Juventus is(or at least was, because this was years ago) that Juve is the most supported club in Libya. Though Italian football in general is extremely popular there. Part of the...
  19. Fred

    Libya 2011 Demonstrations

    If i can just find the article for you, there was an article 3-4 weeks ago that saif lost his hand in a Nato airstrike in Bani Waleed. The news is actually old, turns out he lost his fingers not his whole hand though. But the news is pretty old, i knew about it before Saif came and admitted he...
  20. Fred

    Libya 2011 Demonstrations

    I think tempers are cooler now, so the rash treatment Gedaffi and his son Mutassim got will probably not happen again. Even if it is Abdullah Senussi.