Don’t the Libyans appreciate everything the Germans have done for them? Gee, I guess they don’t.
Before the Libyan revolution, Germany was the country’s second-largest trading partner. But then Germany abstained in a 2011 UN vote to militarily intervene in its civil war. Now that the war is over, German businesses and think tanks are finding that most Libyans want little to do with them.
“Water doesn’t flow uphill on its own / And wars, too, don’t stop themselves.”