Quote: Originally Posted by Goober
Really - check how many wars he started - how many he killed - Fukim. And I am not rrying to insult you - just how i look upon his kind
Just how many wars was that?
NATO has a warped idea on what 'humanitarian aid' looks like.
NATO & Al-Qaeda War Crimes In Libya : Federal Jack (external - login to view)
Libya has (had) the highest living standard of any African Nation, look at the 'improvements' NATO made compared to the the changes since 1970. Which of the below reason made him such a villain in your own personal opinion?
The living standards of Libyans have improved significantly since the 1970s, ranking the country among the highest in Africa. Urbanization, developmental projects, and high oil revenues have enabled the Libyan government to elevate its people's living standards. The social and economic status of women and children has particularly improved. Various subsidized or free services (health, education, housing, and basic foodstuffs) have ensured basic necessities. The low percentage of people without access to safe water (3 percent), health services (0 percent) and sanitation (2 percent), and a relatively high life expectancy (70.2 years) in 1998 indicate the improved living standards. Adequate health care and subsidized foodstuffs have sharply reduced infant mortality, from 105 per 1,000 live births in 1970 to 20 per 1,000 live births in 1998. The government also subsidizes education, which is compulsory and free between the ages of 6 and 15. The expansion of educational facilities has elevated the literacy rate (78.1 in 199
. There are universities in Tripoli, Benghazi, Marsa el-Brega, Misurata, Sebha, and Tobruq. Despite its successes, the educational system has failed to train adequate numbers of professionals, resulting in Libya's dependency on foreign teachers, doctors, and scientists.
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