Eric, The responsibility to

Eric,

The responsibility to protect doctrine demands protection rather than prosecution of crimes. It does not alter the legal definition of justified foreign interventions, aka war.

I suspect the thought that the right to start a war is restricted is alien to you all, but that’s what international law says, and I am glad of that, even if I am the only one here who values peace, as most of you continually point out.

You have no evidence for your statements that Gaddafi’s side commits crimes against humanity and the rebels’ side does not. You only claim that because you want to interfere in an internal conflict.

For your information: you advocate a war of aggression.

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