just cruis'n (Libya, Gaddafi, France+US+UK aggressive attack)

One assumes that cruise-missiles need *very* accurate targeting info, the US has actually provided us with proof of this in that they claim to have *accurately* hit a quite *specific* part of a Gaddafi building. (Wiki = Muammar Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi).

So, Q: Did the US (+ quisling 'allies' like France, UK) only acquire their targeting info *after* the UNSC resolution?

So much for the means.

The motive is as clear as drilling-mud.

The opportunity was provided by a 'popular' uprising, conveniently occurring after those in Tunisia & Egypt, i.e. Arab/Muslim++. An 'unleashed' commenter has pointed to the "pre-revolutionary royalist flags," curiously all the same & seemingly brand new. Then there are the pick-up (detested US-speak; spit!) vehicles with machine-guns welded into their trays. Curious, as to all the rest of the revolutionary weaponry, up to tanks and aircraft (one of which the revolutionaries shot down themselves). True, the tank and aircraft crews could be defectors - who, according to 'Western' propaganda, would be risking summary execution if caught, sooo heavily has Gaddafi been demonised (exactly as they did to Saddam).

The 'ideal' revolution should be peaceful (Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain, etc.); one wonders why it degenerated into real-bullet chaos so fast in Libya? Q: Did Gaddafi shoot 1st, or was he attacked = provoked (i.e. infiltrated by subversives)? One publicly-financed broadcaster kept saying "We cannot get any reliable information;" refreshingly honest. Yet the so-called 'allies' were *sooo* sure, after so very few hours after the UNSC resolution, that Gaddafi had violated the cease-fire that they let loose with their 120 (160? how many altogether?) - carefully *pre-programmed* cruise-missiles, right after the mini-Napoleon had sent his formerly cheese-eating surrender-monkey air force off to cross the shores of Tripoli, inbound = aggressively attack.

"In US Criminal law, means, motive, and opportunity is a popular cultural summation of the three aspects of a crime needed to convince a jury of guilt in a criminal proceeding."

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