Looks to me that the world concern right now is on getting as many
of their citizens out of there in a quickened manner.
Some will encounter an array of delaysEvacuation of Canadians from Libya on hold: report
Fidel takes a bit of a poke:
First lets not forget that Castro is not so much a foolish man and although he made a hardline statement regarding the
possible US/NATO invasion he is cautious:
Castro offered lukewarm support for Gadhafi, saying more time was needed to assess what was going on in Libya.Cuban Diplomat points finger at US
IMO Castro is not the type to support the murder of ones own citizens.
It is interesting to note some of the other exterior support for the Qadhafi regime
like muscle heads such as Chavez and Ortega
Both well known instigators to US departements and good friends for no real good reasons.
The president of Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega, has received almost $1 billion in aid from President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela -- sometimes in "suitcases full of cash" sent from Caracas -- a relationship that prompted a U.S. diplomat to dub Ortega a "Chavez Mini-Me," leaked U.S. diplomatic cables show.
Ortega, the cables say, also funds his party's political campaigns with money from drug traffickers and once bribed a prominent Nicaraguan boxer to stump for him in public in exchange for not facing sexual assault charges -- which Ortega himself has faced, as alleged by his stepdaughter. Nicaragua's Daniel Ortega 'dubbed Chavez Mini-me' in US leaked cables
Nicaragua's leftist President Daniel Ortega says he has telephoned Libyan leader Moammar Qaddafi on Monday to express his solidarity.
Leftist leaders in the Americas have long embraced Qaddafi and he has responded over the years by awarding the Muammar Qaddafi International Human Rights Prize to Castro and Ortega, as well as to Presidents Hugo Chávez of Venezuela and Evo Morales of Bolivia.Nicaragua's Daniel Ortega and Cuba's Fidel Castro Stand-By Qaddafi
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has condemned the killing of Protesters in Libya and called on the Libyan government to respect the people's will.
Demands for change shaking the Middle East would end the oppression of "arrogant" powers and would reach other continents like Europe or America, unless Discrimination and Military occupation ended, he predicted. "Instead of killing people, listen to them," Ahmadinejad condemns civilian killings in Libya
Do you mean like Central and South America ?
Noting the Iranian viewpoint on the Libyan massacre perhaps these two characters will reconsider their statements:Chávez
pledged that Venezuela would "stay by Iran at any time and under any condition." Ahmedinejad called Chávez a kindred spirit. "I feel I have met a brother and trench mate after meeting Chávez." Chávez said he "admired the Iranian president for 'his wisdom and strength'," saying, "We are with you and with Iran forever. As long as we remain united we will be able to defeat (U.S.) imperialism, but if we are divided they will push us aside".Wikipedia Ortega
met with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. The two heads of state toured shanty towns in Managua. Ortega told the press that the "revolutions of Iran and Nicaragua are almost twin revolutions...since both revolutions are about justice, liberty, self-determination, and the struggle against imperialism. Wikipedia
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