"Thousands of lost lives. Scores of ruined houses, hospitals, schools. Dozens of paralyzed enterprises and power stations. Destroyed cultural heritage and ancient cities. Such are the consequences of NATO's five-month war in Libya seen through photographer's eyes."
"With Libya's National Transitional Council (NTC) falling apart and rebel forces in disarray, today's headlines belie the truth, reported by independent "un-in-bed-with" journalists and other sources."
"The question is, when will Nato stop murdering Libyan children, when will Nato realise it made a monumental mistake in attacking Libya and siding with the “rebels” (most of whom are not even Libyan), when will Nato stop wasting hundreds of millions of dollars of its taxpayers’ money on bombing a country whose population stands with its leader?"
"Few young people consider what effect their protests will have. Little heed gets paid by these youthful protesters to the cost of their revolutionary zeal. They blithely ignore the disaster their activities have caused to their national economies."