Re: I canít understand what was the idea of that revo in Libya against Qaddafi
This seems to be a pattern in most of the middle eastern revolts, either aided or unaided by the west. Most of these countries have very little foundation for their governments other than the cult of personality of their dictator, the military or religion. When the dictator gets knocked out generally the military will make a play for power. Very rarely does anything good for the people emerge, because very rarely is anybody on their side. Other countries support people who "can do business" regardless of how horrible they are(re Egypt and Saudi Arabia) and the generals just go for their own power. It's incredibly easy for these revolutions to get hijacked by people who have no interest in helping, and all to often they get to power.
It's unpleasent and depressing, trading one dictator for another with all the loss and bloodshed of a war besides.
"And on the eighth day God decided to smoke all the opium in the world, just to test the first batch" - Eddie Izzard