Sarkozy and Cameron in Libya

On Thursday, September 15, 2011 the President of the French Republic Nicolas Sarkozy and British Prime Minister David Cameron arrived in Tripoli. During the press conference, Sarkozy reaffirmed that France and Great Britain have not helped the insurgents for mere economic interests but because it was right and, anyway, the operation had been urged by the same people of Libya. So one wonders why they are bombing only Libya and ignore what is happening in Syria. Are not that people fighting for their freedom too? I’d love to hear the answer from one of two leaders in this regard.

Nicolas Sarkozy, Moustapha Abdeljalil, David Cameron

Sarkozy et Cameron en Libye

Le jeudi 15 Septembre 2011, le Président de la République française Nicolas Sarkozy et le Premier ministre britannique David Cameron sont arrivé à Tripoli. Pendant la conférence de presse, M. Sarkozy a réaffirmé que la France et la Grande-Bretagne n’ont pas aidé les insurgés pour les seuls intérêts économiques, mais parce qu’il avait raison et, de toute façon, l’opération avait été poussé par les mêmes personnes de la Libye. Alors on se demande pourquoi ils sont seuls bombardements en Libye et ignorent ce qui se passe en Syrie. Ne sont pas que les gens luttent pour leur liberté aussi? J’aimerais entendre la réponse de l’un des deux leaders à cet égard.

Comments (1) to «Sarkozy and Cameron in Libya»

  1. Basta leggere questo articolo di Pino Scaccia per capire quanta ipocrisia ci sia nei governanti dei Paesi occidentali che affermano di voler portare la democrazia nel mondo. La Siria non si tocca: troppo protetta, troppi problemi diplomatici per poterla attaccare. E intanto la gente muore, spesso dopo torture e pestaggi.

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