This music video from the USA says about itself:
Lyrics are here.
In a world on fire, where conflicts cross borders without a clear division between good and evil forces, the [Dutch] Ministry of Foreign Affairs looks at solutions like those tried before: military interventions.
So far, these interventions in distant lands with cultures other than ours have exacerbated conflicts and left countries in chaos. Who are our friends, allies and enemies, and exactly which countries are ambiguous? We know the examples of weapons gone to Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya and which are now in the hands of warring parties that can hardly be seen as allies. What effects do sanctions have? What is the best way to fight acts of terrorism?
Is that with fighter jets or are there other means? This government does not yet answers these questions, the defense lobby does, however. It makes use of the sense of insecurity to get more money to defense: weapons as ‘solutions’ to questions that have not even asked yet, questions about the causes of the conflicts and our own role in them. The geopolitical interests often seem to weigh heavier than human rights, which mainly serve as an alibi to deploy heavy weapons. … Apparently it is especially important to get those oil fields intact into our own hands, and the bombing of other goals is more efficient in the plans of the “liberators”.
Libya: Send us more arms or face wider terrorism threat: here.