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February 25th, 2011
11:45 PM ET
soundoff (5 Responses)
  1. Jose

    Anderson,

    Would you try reach a senior official of African Union? I am yet to hear from them and it is a shame that they keep their mouths shut in the presence of such crimes.

    February 26, 2011 at 7:11 pm |
  2. Nas Ray

    The aim for us in Libya is to get rid of gadafi as soon as possible, with as few deaths as possible. The interviewe states that he wants libyans to earn there democracy well if he is a Libyan then he should come here to Libya and start earning it. All nations come to the aid of on another and the united nations role in the world is to aid people who are in need , if there is a natural catastrophy every body comes to assist , well this is a catasthrophy young people are dying for no reason , shouldnt we put a stop to this if we can,
    We are not Iraq and we dont need a full sacle invasion all we ned from the Nato or the US is to bomb gaddafi main fortress so that we can get in and we will do the rest , but it stands now his fortress is so highly fortified and any attempt to attack it is a suiicid mission.
    So please tell our fried that the end justifies the means and any nation that comes to our assistance is I am sure doing so for humantarian reasons .

    February 26, 2011 at 3:06 am |
  3. Irina

    Thanks Anderson for your clear reports and position on Libya.
    I am an American, but I am originally from ... Belarus. It's former USSR republic, that currently (past 16 years) ruled by "last European Dictator".
    Situation in Belarus is sooooo similar to Libya – it's unbelievable! I won't be surprised, if Gaddafi will find asylum in Belarus in a couple days.

    But you got Libyan people right: it's not about religion, money, tribes, or ambitions: it's about LIVE LIKE NORMAL REGULAR PEOPLE DO.

    Thanks again for smart objective reports. Hopefully, one day soon I'll watch your reports about Belarus, where people win over regime without blood and victims...

    I read a lot of Belorussian blogs: when you have time – let Libyan people know that Belorussians are supporting them in their fight for freedom and democracy with whole their hearts!

    February 26, 2011 at 2:27 am |
  4. May Garcia

    I always enjoy and appreciate your work and consider you are one of the best reporters in TV, and I was very surprised hearing tonight, a comment in your program comparing Franco and Spain with Gadhafi and Libya. I think it is insulting such an statement as there is nothing in common between the spanish civil war and the situation in Libya, and Franco can not be compared to the mad man in Libya.
    Maybe looking at your own country you may find more that one person to compare to Gadhafi!

    February 26, 2011 at 1:35 am |
  5. J. C. Lucier

    Thank you Anderson Cooper for the stunning revelations about the living conditions of the people of Libya, the political maneuvers surrounding their crisis, and the insanity of their leaders.

    Hopefully, the U.N. will invoke the no-fly order.

    You make our world smaller and more human. You bring us all together. Bless you.

    February 26, 2011 at 12:03 am |