"Are NATO using excessive force and savagely around the clock bombing Libya? Yes. Are NATO in the civil war in Libya took one side against others? Yes. Are NATO saving civilians in Libya? No. No war ship of NATO, in the waters of Libya, does not save many refugees who with boats, boats and various improvised things trying to escape from the conflict zone. According to the International Red Cross in the waters of the Mediterranean died hundreds of people. How is this possible if the NATO's mission is rescue of civilians? Is the civilians rescue bombing military or civilian objects in Tripoli in which civilians are killed too? Can you save one civilian by killing other civilians?
Is the use of combat helicopters Apache, in fact, land NATO intervention in Libya? Yes, because Apaches are part of the British Army, they are not even in the Air Force nor the Navy and they are provided for land warfare. Are the British Special Forces in the ranks of the rebels in Libya, a kind of ground intervention? Yes. Will NATO bomb the state television building in Tripoli, if it is not bombed yet? Yes, they will. Is all this what is happening in Libya have long been out of the text and context of the UN resolution on Libya? Is the resolution abused? Yes.
So we are facing the destruction of the regime of Colonel Gaddafi and killing all those who supported/supporting him. Of course he is not a democratic leader, but show me one Democratic leader in the Arab world. Is his regime committed crimes? Yes. Are the Libyan rebels committed atrocities? Human Rights Watch says YES. The problem is that Gaddafi has controlled/is controlling the best oil in the world, the best water in Africa and the world's largest phosphate reserves needed for food production.
Everything that happens in Libya was actually written in detail in the new strategic concept of NATO, adopted at the summit of the alliance on the 25th April 1999 in Washington. Specifically, at the time when Yugoslavia was bombed, the NATO Council is on the 50th anniversary of the Alliance outlined a wider field of its activities in the new international environment.
That "wider field" looks like this. First, they make the decision to support the opposition movements, which then provides them assistance in the establishment of irregular military forces. With the increase of internal confrontation or rebellion, they adopt a resolution on "no-fly zone", then they declare a "peace mission" of NATO to protect civilians, human rights, or to prevent a humanitarian disaster. Under the guise of peacemaking goals, although the international community has not yet been defined peacemaking as a way of resolving internal conflicts, there is an open military intervention in countries where the regime is not the will of those who carried out the armed intervention. By the way, and around Libya , Ban Ki-moon will again be elected as a General Secretary of the UN, Putin and Medvedev are not in love, and the China are only interested in Taiwan ..."
Not the best translation, but you get the point...