Let's stick to your claim that the resolution forbade intervention on the ground. Which sentences/articles do you have in mind.It explicitly forbid boots on the ground and the arming of rebels. There was objections to some of the targets early on which concerned many that the US and NATO were going beyond the resolutions intent and seeking regime change.
I am an American and live in America and therefore concern myself with American politics, policy and standing in the world. The other countries you mentioned have their own citizens that protest and object to their own countries policies.
The efforts of Moscow and Beijing, however, have not hindered Washington and its NATO allies from breaching international law or U.N. Resolution 1973. Washington has casually admitted that the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) was on the ground supporting rebel forces. According to Washington, the involvement of U.S. intelligence agents in Libya started as soon as the U.S. embassy in Tripoli was closed.  February 25, 2011, is the date that the U.S. embassy in Tripoli was reported as being closed. 
This is a casual omission that the U.S. had violated international law and was operating on the ground in Libya before any U.N. approval. Moreover, Italy had opened its military bases to use by the U.S., Britain, and France before any U.N. approval by repudiating its non-aggression pact with Libya on February 27, 2011.  In other words, the war against Libya had already begun.
Unnamed U.S. officials even told Reuters that U.S. intelligence operations were underway in Libya before President Obama signed a secret order in March 2011 that authorized covert U.S. actions against the Libyan government.  The U.S. was not alone in operating in Libya. It has been reported that dozens of British agents and commandos from MI6, the Special Air Services (SAS) unit, and the Special Boat Services (SBS) units were also operating inside Libya. 
These foreign forces in Libya were sent to prepare for the war by selecting targets to be bombed.  Even before the attacks were launched, both Britain and France even announced plans in November 2010 for war games that envisioned attacking Libya under the exercise codename “SOUTHLAND.”  The British and French military assets being mobilized for these drills ended up being used to attack Libya.  November 2010, according to the Italian journalist Franco Bechis of Italy’s Libero, also happened to be the time that Paris started planning for regime change in Libya.
NATO’s Secret Ground War in Libya | Global Research