These so-called "revolutionaries" are diplomatically advanced, financed, and armed by the United States, England, France, Israel, the NATO Republic of Libya, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, certain pro-Saudi factions in Lebanon, Turkey, and Jordan. Foreign fighters are flooding in from Libya, North Africa, the Arab Gulf dictatorships, Pakistan, the Caucasus, and Europe. There are on a weekly basis some new economic terrorist activities (referred to as "sanctions") applied by various foreign powers under the direction of the US State Department, corporate media agencies are active in what may be the most coordinated and singularly focused propaganda offensive in modern history, plans for attacks are discussed with a really casual and gruesome frequency, and regular calls for aggressive action are made by the powers of arrogance at the UN.
What more international action can be taken?
The powers of arrogance may really prefer to take a more direct assault on their former business partners, but recent experience has shown that this tends to evoke a more general resistance than employing what essentially just amount to carefully directed mercenaries (well intentioned and thoroughly self-deceived though they may be), such as in the present matter.
You're wading knee deep and going in/And you may never come back again//I hope it sucks you down