Triumvirate commits to regime change

Imperialist 'mission lurch' sees first troops dispatched. Eddie Ford reports

Well, it’s official now - imperialism wants regime change in Libya. David Cameron, Nicolas Sarkozy and Barack Obama issued a joint statement on April 15 published in The Times, The Washington Post and Le Figaro. Understandably, after the Iraq debacle, there is a constant referencing of the United Nations security council and its “historic resolution” 1973.  So while claiming that they are mandated by the UN to “protect civilians”, and admitting they have no similar mandate to “remove Gaddafi by force”, the three state that it is “impossible to imagine a future for Libya with Gaddafi in power”.

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