Dear President Obama, President Sarkozy, and Prime Minister Cameron: Thank you for finally being concerned about the safety of innocent civilians. As you are aware, the United Nations had planned to pay homage to Muammar Al-Qathafi for his "human rights" record, after a carefully researched report was drawn up, praising him for his tremendous humanitarian work, not only in his own country, but across the the African continent. But now we have a question: If a group of carefully trained, heavily armed citizens seized power, burnt buildings, massacred civilians and destroyed government property in, say, Texas, Northern Ireland or Corsica, what would the authorities of your country do? Stand back with their hands over their hearts, or meet the challenge with armed security forces? You DO know who started the massacres in Benghazi? Another question: Where did all those former Libyan flags come from? Were they lying around somewhere in Libya for the last half-century, or were they manufactured overseas, as was the Libyan "Revolution". Actually, a series of questions. Did you know that Muammar Al-Qathafi inherited the poorest country on Earth, and turned it into the best in Africa in human development indices? Are you aware of the tremendous amount of good Muammar Al-Qathafi has done, and continues to do across the African continent? Were you aware that Libyans enjoy free housing? Have any of you implemented free housing policies in your own countries? UN Resolution 1970 forbids the supply of weaponry to the "poor unarmed civilians", running amok in Libya.