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Reflections

Can you come up with a definition of Libyan passivity or should I say les affaires? Does anyone here believe or think that the doctrine (Islam) has anything to do with compliancy? Who can explain the appeasement mentality instilled in the Libyan mind when it comes to Arab dictators? Why did the Libyan fight the Italian with all of their might but not Qaddafi? Is it because he is one of them or is it because he claims to be a Muslim? Is it the latter? If so then does Islam compel or extort such mindset to the King or tyrant we shall obey until death parts us all? Can someone here who is deeply versed in the Libyan psychosomatic enlighten us?

Little that I know about the Libyan is that they are very narcissistic at times, but also the most generous bunch that I have ever encountered, they are loyal but lethargic to let it burgeon and become the norm, they are intelligent, punctilious and time I feel Im too much of meticulous in my work that I will never get to finish my project and that is what plagued the Libyan Im guessing. The facts even if they were as unambiguous as many may claim; Libyans in general do better when fight an adversary from far off lands and history has been rather faithful in recording it. What astonishes me the most about these wars is that they were fight we great unassuming nature although they lost most of them due to the overwhelming incomparability and force, they remained reverent to the fatherland, and constant to their cause and never betrayed their fellow countrymen. Somehow the treachery that exists today in Libya is a worrisome. I hear reports of unbelievable mayhems unfolding in once a very relatively tranquil with an exception to pirates of Tripoli that once reign terror beyond the shores of Libya. I'm not suggesting or try to paint a false picture of the yesteryears of Libya nor am I here to practice revisionism, to remind those of you have not been to Libya of late or never been there, but yearn to see Libya of our forefathers we all love. What I'm trying to say here Libya is not disease free nor its entirely plagued with despair, but in need of restoration of morals, rekindling loyalty, revitalization of its people and most of rebirth of the rights of man that accords every human being a right to pursue her\him\their happiness protected by a constitution that is written by enlighten men and women honored by all, a constitution that is demands duty, country and honor. A constitution that embodies the values of human life, which demands no one, is above the law and all are equal under the law. A constitution we all can uphold and cherish.

Let's start a civil discussion where everyone is afford to contemplate her\his\their thoughts and deliberate the pros and cons in very respectable manner.

Thank you

Raymond


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