Home News U.S. says five-nation coalition launching Libya strikes News U.S. says five-nation coalition launching Libya strikes By Reuters - March 19, 2011 Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A coalition of the United States and four other nations launched military action against Libya on Saturday, officials said, as the West tries to force Muammar Gaddafi from power. Read the full story. Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrintGoogleLike this:Like Loading... Related RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Capitol Hillbillies Standoff brings threat aimed at Kavanaugh’s accuser Supreme Court Kavanaugh’s former classmates in center of storm Capitol Hillbillies Trump to GOP Congress: ‘Where’s my wall money?’ 2 COMMENTS The ‘Coalition’ …? Where have we heard that word before. It was Gulf War I when Bush/Quayle worked very hard to form a “coalition” among European nations. That short-term debacle cost about 40-50 billion. Truly a bargain relative our trillion dollar wastage tax-debtor money for ten years with H.W. Bush’s operation Now we have another episode of the same. Why on earth Canada and Italy are involved in this debacle is beyond me?! It must be a manifestation of puppets of the “New World Order” syndrome. All I can think this is a good military training excercise to reaffirm the excellence of cruise missles for destroying and softening military and civilian infrastructure such as electrical power generation. They have three subs enlisted to service for this mission which are far cheaper to operate on a daily basis than nuclear aircraft carrier as a launch platform for Tomahawks. So it seems someone had their heads screwed on in terms of what’s this is going to cost in $$. : | Carl Nemo **== Safety in numbers. You cannot point the finger at just one. Dilutes the blame. Comments are closed.