It looks like most people

It looks like most people inside Libya actually do despise Gadaffi, but you really can't win a gun battle with "people power".  You need leaders, organizations, structure, and the discipline to adhere to the dictates of all of the above.  Those are all things that 20-somethings are reflexively opposed to.  People are finally standing up to Gadaffi, but in the past three weeks I have yet to see them resisting with any coherence.  It is all just kids jumping around and firing Ak-47s into the air.

Yes, well it is all a bit ramshackle. The opposition have no leader - even a figurehead - around whom they could 'gather'. The former Justice Minister who seems to be a leading light I think is just a chancer who is far too tainted with Gaddafi to be of any use. Also seems that the rebel fighters don't have the military knowledge nor discipline to defeat Gaddafi's troops with better arms and heavy armour. 

What happens now you ask ? Simple. Gaddafi will end up winning and his vengeance will be terrible on those who have dared to rebel. You don't need to put 70% of the population in Prison: you just need to execute enough of them so the whole population fear you once more. They will learn the adage 'a dictatorship is like a snake: unless you strike at the head it will turn and bite you'. 


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