Do Libyan Rebels Want to Join Occupy Wall Street?

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Libya's National Transitional Council (NTC) rest outside a shuttered shop along a street in the town of Sirte on October 16, 2011, as fighting around the last pockets of resistance in Kadhafi's hometown abated sharply with some besieging troops saying they were deliberately holding fire after an exodus of civilians.        AFP PHOTO/PHILIPPE DESMAZES (Photo credit should read PHILIPPE DESMAZES/AFP/Getty Images)
Libya's National Transitional Council (NTC) rest outside a shuttered shop along a street in the town of Sirte on October 16, 2011, as fighting around the last pockets of resistance in Kadhafi's hometown abated sharply with some besieging troops saying they were deliberately holding fire after an exodus of civilians. AFP PHOTO/PHILIPPE DESMAZES (Photo credit should read PHILIPPE DESMAZES/AFP/Getty Images) Photo: PHILIPPE DESMAZES/2011 AFP

This graffiti on a shuttered shop in Sirte, Libya, is probably just a message of solidarity with the Occupy Wall Street movement, not a promise by Libyan rebels to come overthrow the banking industry just as they overthrew Muammar Qaddafi. We hope, at least. Things are crazy enough over here without the presence of machine-gun-toting Libyan insurgents. Guitar guy is welcome any time, however. He'll fit right in.