Massive Violence In Lybia As Protester Uses Obama Like Sign

Yes, there is a difference between what is happening in the Arab world and Wisconsin

Libyan troops have opened fire with machine-guns and large-calibre weapons on anti-government protesters in the second city Benghazi, witnesses say.

An unknown number of people, including children, are said to have been killed.

Witnesses described scenes of chaos as snipers shot from the roofs of buildings and demonstrators fought back against troops on the ground.

A doctor at a local hospital said he and his colleagues were treating hundreds of injured protesters.

Correspondents say Benghazi and another eastern city, al-Bayda, appear to be out of government control.

And, not to make light of the situation, but, here is a picture from the protest

Lybian Protest Hopeless

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  2. Kevin says:

    I’m kind of ticked off about this whole thing. Why do Libyans have better printing resources than I do?

  3. Doomed says:

    ON a more somber note. I have contacts in the Middle East.

    This effect is rippling all the way into China and the Caucuses.

    World wide anarchy is upon us. AS I have been predicting for several years now….

    The internet is the 666….the antichrist and do not be surprised if in the next 6-9 months the internet is shut down.

    Look at whats going on in the USA with Wisconsin and other major union battles causing heated protests in the streets.

    I predict the USA might well shut down the internet by mid summer.

    Catastrophe is here.

    Prepare for it.

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