No, I don't see this as being irrelevant to Libya at all. If the U.S. and it's allies had held their officials responsible for these crimes at the International Criminal Court or at their own appointed tribunals and had undergone an intensive process of de-imperialization akin to De-Nazification, I could see the value in allowing them to turn a new page on their foreign policy. They have done nothing of the kind, and thus, in all respects that matter we're being called to support the exact same regimes that already instigated genocide. No. And if the Libyan transitional council wants to call upon genocidaires to back their coming to power, and want to moreover prop up Arab illusions about Western good will and imperial beneficence, I will only remark that they are already as covered in blood as Qaddafi.