Arab League is a collection of dictators, kings and presidents,
all of them puppets of the US, but they are backing down because
of the unbelievable hatred and outrage on the part of their own
people for the fact that they went along with aggression against
yet another Muslim Arab country, argued Lew Rockwell,
chairman of the Research and Educational Center at the US-based
Ludwig von Mises Institute.
If the coalition
succeeds in killing Muammar Gaddafi, it will inevitably mean more
ethnic and tribal conflict, which could lead to civil war, Rockwell
said which is exactly what the US needs to control the oil-rich
parts of Libya.
H. Rockwell, Jr. [send him
mail], former editorial assistant to Ludwig von Mises and congressional
chief of staff to Ron Paul, is founder and chairman of the Mises
Institute, executor for the estate of Murray N. Rothbard, and
editor of LewRockwell.com.