Lord sadness wrote:Morely a proof that the people is not much better or disciplined then the nut job Khadaffi.
Maybe there is some kind of poetic justice in him being tried and sentenced by the legal system he built himself?
I.e. no trial, no legal defence, no jury, just a quick execution of opposition leaders.
The rebels aren't exactly disciplined regular army units either, most having a day job that they have started drifting back to. Clerks, teachers, farmers etc. who all picked up a gun and went out to voice their anger at a leader that has ruled the country with an iron grip since before most of them were born. It took a while to make them point their guns the same way and Nato instructors have been busy on the ground (not just in the air) trying to teach them some very basic military stuff, like remove saftety, point gun at other guy, pull trigger etc. Oh, and try avoid hitting those on your own side now that you are at it.
No way would you be able to restrain such "forces" when they finally got the object of their hate in their hands. From a pragmatic point of view, it was probably for the best too, as you remove the rallying point for pro-Ghadaffi forces.
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