A friend asked for my reaction to recent events in Libya. I lack strong interest in it. What happens there is their business--not ours. To the extent the West is involved--and it is--I oppose US/NATO meddling in other countries' affairs. I oppose liberal democracy and I oppose forcing it on North Africa and the Middle East (or anywhere else for that matter). Democracy is just a cover term for the same brand of soft-totalitarian, multikult one-party rule that prevails in the West. In this case, the globalists are unlikely to get what they want.
American support for revolution in the region is duplicitous. Do we really think the globalist American regime's commitment to "democracy" would extend to allowing an Arab Spring-like patriotic uprising to occur in America? Would European regimes tolerate ethno-nationalist revolutions? Fat chance. Already the American ruling elites are labelling Middle American political activists "terrorists". In Europe nationalists are persecuted by the state. To what end? In preparation, I think, for a crackdown and a final showdown. The fate of Gaddafi, Awlaki, and bin Laden awaits all opponents of globalist totalitarian rule.
If so, it might be a good thing. Enough talking. The time for debate is over. For dissidents like us, the media images of outlaw corpses paraded in front of the cameras should fire our imagination. We, too, have a dream: we hope someday to see the bloodied corpses of the globalist rulers, media figures, and functionaries at all levels presently in power in Western countries dragged through the streets. Who among us wouldn't crack a smile at the sight? We simply need to summon the will and muscle, when the time comes, to act.