Thousands of Libyans are dead, many more injured, and the entire country ravaged by mass destruction, depravation, critical life-sustaining shortages, as well as continuing violence, and Libyans facing dystopian futures unless they're courageous enough resist what no one should accept.
NATO's war on free Libya may soon end. The liberating struggle has yet to begin. Perhaps it's the wild card NATO doesn't expect. Hopefully the human spirit will triumph over imperial might, though never easily or quickly.
It's happening in Afghanistan, reemerging in Iraq, blossoming across the region, so perhaps Libyans will surprise NATO planners the same way. Why not when the alternative is too intolerable to accept.
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