Monday, March 28, 2011

The Reality

The Daily Star Home About Us Advertise Archives Forum Classifieds ePaper Live TV Contact us Search Daily Star Sections Middle East Lebanon Middle East News Politics Business Editorial Opinion Readers' Letters Reader's feedback published on 28/03/2011 The Daily Star is pleased to provide a forum for debate on a range of subjects, from local cultural activities to international politics. Dozens, sometimes even hundreds, of letters fall into the editor’s mailbox daily. In order to keep the letters timely, The Daily Star generally produces a special letters section. When the influx of letters is particularly large, extra space is made available accordingly. If you would like to submit a letter for publication, please remember to include your full name (first and last) and address, including city. The Daily Star typically only publishes letters under 400 words, and these are subject to editing. The Daily Star will not acknowledge unsolicited submissions. Read more: (The Daily Star :: Lebanon News :: The reality is there’s a lot of, frankly, loose talk about some of these military options. And let’s just call a spade a spade. As Secretary of Defense Robert Gates said: “A no-fly zone begins with an attack on Libya to destroy the air defenses.” It is not merely Libya’s sweet crude oil the globalists are itching to get their hands on. In fact, physically capturing Libya’s oil plays a minor role. They are interested in not only destabilizing the entire Middle East, including the crown jewel Saudi Arabia, but also sending the world economy into a death spiral. A $200-a-barrel oil price will surely do more damage to the world economy than any other single event. Ted Rudow III, MA Palo Alto, California, United States International Herald Tribune and The Daily Star are available every morning in: Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Egypt, Qatar, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Oman Read more: (The Daily Star :: Lebanon News ::

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