US Intervention in Libya

Covert US military support most likely underway from the beginning

Libya’s Muammar Qaddafi stands between the United States and their campaign of destabilization and regime change across the oil laden region. Not only does this stall the Anglo-American agenda, it also sets a precedence of defiance other sovereign nations may duplicate under similar US-backed instability.

There is no doubt that the unrest in Tunisia, Egypt, and now Libya is US-backed. Libyan opposition leader Ibrahim Sahad of the National Front for the Salvation of Libya (NFSL) is literally sitting in front of the White House in Washington D.C. giving interviews, repeating verbatim the talking points covered by propaganda outfits like BBC, CNN, Fox News, and Al Jazeera. Meanwhile, a myriad of US organizations are working in tandem with Sahad’s calls for UN, EU, US, and NATO intervention.

What form might intervention take and is there a possibility that US military support is already underway? According to Brookings Institute’s report “Which Path to Persia?” it is very possible military operations and support were planned well ahead of time.

In regards to sparking a revolution in Iran, Brookings concludes that Iran will most assuredly crush it at any cost, ensuring the revolution’s failure. Considering this, Brookings insists certain measures must be taken to diminish Iran’s ability to crush such a revolution (p 109, 110):

Consequently, if the United states is to pursue this policy, Washington must take this possibility into consideration. It adds some very important requirements to the list: either the policy must include ways to weaken the Iranian military or weaken the willingness of the regime’s leaders to call on the military, or else the United states must be ready to intervene to defeat it.

One of the authors of “Which Path to Persia?” globalist RAND policy wonk & 9/11 Commission white-washer, Daniel Byman, has been quite vocal lately regarding Libya. In a piece written in Slate titled, “Things Could Get a Lot Worse in Libya,” Byman concludes by saying a massive invasion of Libya is “not going to happen.” Rather he suggests the US “organize the opposition to Qaddafi, encouraging a broad political front and urging military leaders to declare their support for this.”

It turns out, according to the Library of Congress Federal Research Division archives, that Sahad’s NFSL had attempted to violently overthrow Qaddafi in 1984. The Library of Congress document goes on to explain that “according to various sources, the United States Central Intelligence Agency [CIA] trained and supported” NFSL before and after the failed coup. With this back story, it is highly unlikely that US strategists naively expected a “Velvet Revolution” in Libya, and most likely modified their 1984 plans to overthrow Qaddafi with armed rebels.

While President Obama shamelessly lies to the world about US hands being clean of interference with Libya’s sovereignty, it appears that the NFSL has a long history of being supported and directed by the US, most apparent with NFSL’s leader currently operating out of Washington DC. It also appears that the NFSL is already armed to the teeth and is waging a military campaign against Qaddafi on the back of US-stoked regional instability. Even Qaddafi himself is accusing the West of arming the NFSL in this latest round of Libyan unrest.

BBC propagandist unlikely narrative that Qaddafi’s security forces were overwhelmed by unarmed protesters first in Banghazi’s city center, then nearly 10 miles to the east at Benina International Airport and a nearby army base defies reality. These claims are also admittedly impossible to verify and reminiscent of intentionally deceptive reports of “Russia invading Georgia” in 2008, when in reality, US-equipped Georgian troops ignited the conflict under the leadership of US educated (funded by the US State Department Edmund S. Muskie Graduate Fellowship) President Mikhail Saakashvili, who himself came to power in the 2003 US-backed “Rose Revolution.”

BBC continues its campaign of unsubstantiated, unverified reporting to justify the ongoing, US-backed, armed insurrection inside of Libya. They are going through extraordinary measures to misrepresent the Libyan uprising as a spontaneous revolt spurred by the Tunisian and Egyptian protests, regardless of Ibrahim Sahad’s premeditated and overt involvement. BBC and other propaganda outfits are also attempting to build a case for US or possibly NATO intervention if Sahad’s men are balked once again.

With the desperate shape of the US economy and the prospect of this destabilization effort failing in Libya and emboldening other nations suffering similar fates to fight back, it is an all or nothing gambit for the Anglo-Americans.

Elliot Abrams, (CFR, PNAC) recently issued a personal threat to Qaddafi and his intelligence chief that they would both meet the “same fate as Saddam Hussein,” if any American is attacked in the wake of sterner US threats against Libya. Whether he meant Saddam’s kangaroo court trial and hanging, or the decimation of his country and the death of a million Iraqis based on fraud and lies, readers cannot be certain. What is certain is the high price Libya will pay regardless of whether it defends its sovereignty or is folded into the degenerate Anglo-American unipolar world order.

Tony Cartalucci writes at Land Destroyer where this article first appeared. Read other articles by Tony, or visit Tony's website.

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  1. MichaelKenny said on February 25th, 2011 at 8:36am #

    The best way to assessMr Cartalucci’s credibility is to click on the “campaign of destabilization” link. That brings you to an article on his website called “Globalist blitzkrieg signals largest geopolitical reordering since WW2″. Read the article.

  2. bozh said on February 25th, 2011 at 10:32am #

    however it may be in libya, u.s. top class[es] which wields all of the economy-military-governmental power, will support, i firmly aver, only the top libyan class which also wields much or all of the econo-military-governmental powers.
    Libyan army appears to be supporting protesters. that indicates that u.s. supports at least the army but not the aims of the protesters?
    so what is u.s. cooking now? tnx

  3. brianct said on February 25th, 2011 at 6:54pm #

    Tony is quite right
    Lets look at the NFSL..did you know it has US backing since its foundation in 1981? and has been engaged in armed revolt and assassination attempts? Not quite the caring love-in protestors we are used to seeing on TV

    Libya, 84 In may 84 15 gunmen attacked the residence of col. Qadhafi. A
    Sudan-based group called the national libya salvation front claimed
    Responsibility for the attack. Nair, k. (1986). Devil and his dart 98

    Libya, 84 The cia backed, trained and continues to support the exile
    Group that tried to assassinate qaddafi in 84. The plot failed and qaddafi
    Executed a number of the group. The cia-backed group is called the national
    Front for the salvation of libya (nfsl) and is led by gen youssef
    Magarieff. The saudis have provided $7 million to the nfsl. Cia agents
    Advised nfsl leaders and trained their recruits in western europe, sudan
    And morocco. Jack anderson washington post 6/12/85

    Libya, saudi arabia, 84 Despite an executive order forbidding
    Assassinations, the cia trained and supported the national front for the
    Salvation of libya before, during and after its attempt to assassinate
    Qaddafi on 5/8/84. The anti-qaddafi group was slaughtered in a day-long
    Battle less than a mile from the barracks where qaddafi was. Group’s
    Leader, youssef magarieff, went ahead with op to show his cia and saudi
    Arabian backers what they got for support. Jack anderson washington post
    11/8/85

    http://www.acorn.net/jfkplace/03/Test-CIA/LIBYA

  4. catguy00 said on February 25th, 2011 at 8:51pm #

    “There is no doubt that the unrest in Tunisia, Egypt, and now Libya is US-backed. ”

    Even overthrowing a pro-US regime in Egypt. Pretty nutty.

    “propaganda outfits like BBC, CNN, Fox News, and Al Jazeera. ”

    Even Al Jazeera?

  5. brianct said on February 25th, 2011 at 9:33pm #

    lets take a look at Libya under Gadaffi:

    ‘Question two is why has there been an absence of reporting on colonel Gadhafi’s social welfare schemes, which if anything have made Libyans lazy and not destitute?
    Colonel Muammar Gathafi’s social and welfare programmes in Libya are far greater than those implemented in neighbouring countries. Modern infrastructures have sprung up in recent years which aim to attract investment and bring added wealth and sustainable development to the citizens of Libya; Gathafi’s literacy programme has seen universal education become reality and since he took power in 1969, the life expectancy of Libyan citizens has risen by twenty years while infant mortality has decreased sharply.

    Gathafi represents the control of Libya’s resources by Libyans and for Libyans; literacy reached ten per cent of the population when he came to power. Today it is around 90 per cent. Women, today, have rights and can go to school and get a job. The standard of living is around 100 times greater than it was under the rule of King Idris I. The conclusion, therefore, is that Gathafi’s Libya is a different ball game from Tunisia and Egypt.
    http://english.pravda.ru/opinion/columnists/24-02-2011/117000-libya_surface-0/

  6. shabnam said on February 25th, 2011 at 9:33pm #

    JASON DITZ from ‘Antiwar’ is a liar. He spreads fake information to create right ‘environment’ for zionist stooges at the WH to invade Libya.
    I followed his reporting at the time of Iraqi election when he was making fake reporting giving opposite of what had happened regarding the election. For example, he was making Allawi as the final winner accepted by all parties involved including Sadr, which was a lie.

    Now, with no prove, he spreads the following rumor:

    {According to some new reports coming out of the now Free City of Benghazi, military commanders executed some 150 members of the army in their city alone to punish them for defying orders to attack the protesters.}

    {http://news.antiwar.com/2011/02/24/libya-executes-150-troops-for-refusing-to-attack-protesters/}

    There are many FAKE reporting to justify an invasion. American people must stop another massacre in another country otherwise they will view as ignorant and arrogant as long as they live. We are FED UP with US stupidity in foreign land. You may kill whoever you want in your own land, excuse me indigenous land that you have stolen from them, but you have NO RIGHT to invade another country.

    As Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya written:
    The Politics of Al Jazeera

    The Libyan government has shut down the internet and phone lines and an information war is underway. Although one of the most professional news networks in the world, it has to be cautioned that Al Jazeera is not a neutral actor. It is subordinate to the Emir of Qatar and the Qatari government, which is also an autocracy. By picking and choosing what to report, Al Jazeera’s coverage of Libya is biased. This is evident when one studies Al Jazeera’s coverage of Bahrain, which has been restrained due to political ties between the leaders of Bahrain and Qatar.

    Reports by Al Jazeera about Libyan jets firing on protesters in Tripoli and the major cities are unverified and questionable. [9] Hereto, the reports that Libyan jets have been attacking people in the streets have not been verified. No visual evidence of the jet attacks has been shown, while visual confirmation about other events have been coming out of Libya.

    {http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=23375}

    Al Jazeera is the propaganda machine sreading rumers to assist US foreign policy in the region. The zionists have influence on Al Jazeera.

    When Al Jazeera was reporting the ‘color revolution’ in Egypt and Tunisia, the same outlet did ignored protesters in Bahrain and Yemen because they were not supported by the stooges at the WH. Number of people exposed Al Jazeera’s biased reporting.

    Al Jazeera Promotes Libya’s “Crown Prince” Who Calls for Military Intervention in Libya
    by Yoshie Furuhashi

    Al Jazeera’s coverage of the Arab Revolt began to deteriorate, however, when revolutionary sparks started to fly in the direction of the Gulf states, which would eventually ignite an unprecedented (and very politically promising1) uprising in Bahrain, made up of 100,000-strong demonstrations in a nation whose population is only about 800,000. Having paid close attention to Al Jazeera’s role in the Arab Revolt, As’ad AbuKhalil criticized its about-face in his blog Angry Arab News Service:

    GCC met and issues a statement in support of Bahrain. The people of Bahrain are on their own now: there is no Aljazeera to support their cause and expose the regime, and the US and EU will do their best to rationalize and support government repression. Shame on Aljazeera Arabic for abandoning the people of Bahrain, and for even invoking a sectarian element in their coverage, implying that only Shi’ites are protesting. (17 February 2011)

  7. shabnam said on February 25th, 2011 at 9:51pm #

    should read:
    otherwise they will be viewed as ignorant and …

  8. hayate said on February 25th, 2011 at 11:22pm #

    “Covert US military support most likely underway from the beginning”

    Well, yeah. They would be doing that. They are also faking news reports and killing people and blaming it on the Libyan guv. Meanwhile, the Libyan guv is doing the same. The people, as always, end up stuck in the middle and taking it from both sides. Don’t count on a positive outcome to this one.

  9. mary said on February 26th, 2011 at 2:11am #

    These opinions of Gaddafi are not represented in the current media outpourings, especially not by the BBC.

    ‘Mr Gaddafi is also hard to understand, unless you are Libyan born and bred. He spoke at the London School of Oriental and African Studies by direct satellite link a few years ago, on his pet subject Palestine.

    His solution is a single state composed of Israel and Palestine and called Isratine, which, of course, infuriates Israelis and Palestinians alike.

    The voice transmission was poor, and a bad interpreter was speaking at the same time as Mr Gaddafi, so the result was 90% unintelligible. At the end, the chairman of the session apologised to the audience for the gobbledygook, turned to me, and invited me to summarise what the Libyan leader had said. Luckily I had read up his theories, so I just made it up. Of such incidents is international understanding born.

    Mr Gaddafi’s personal style is recognizably that of his Bedouin background. Bedouin have plenty of time and talk a lot when there is anyone to talk to.’

    {http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article27564.htm}

    The above article is written by an ex ambassador to Libya,, Oliver Miles.

  10. Luis Cayetano said on February 26th, 2011 at 8:45am #

    Whether Gaddafi’s regime is quite as bad as it’s made out to be, there is no doubt that it doesn’t even approximate to anything he spouts about democracy and people’s committees. If it did, the state wouldn’t crumble so pathetically like a cake, with mass defections of army units and Interior Ministry people, massive street demonstrations by disaffected youth, and disowning from its diplomats. All seems a bit fishy, doesn’t it? If they are all part of a well-organised, direct people’s democracy in which the people themselves feel and know that they have a vital interest in maintaining Libyan institutions and the state apparatus that defends them. They’re either rebelling against themselves, or against a dictatorial gangster state. Anyone not afflicted with severe stupidity knows which of these is the truth. Gaddafi blames al Qaeda and ‘drugs’. Hmmm. So he also thinks that there’s not much to his own concept of Jamahiriya, since it can’t even ward off the words of bin Laden and the effects of ‘drugs’. Basically, he is admitting, to his own people and the whole world, that the Libyan system is a complete crock, though the man is so detached from reality that he probably hasn’t noticed this fundamental slip-up. I’d love to know what sort of drug can turn young people into crazed lunatics who are one day enjoying their ”people’s direct democray”, and the next day are out in the streets calling for the ouster of their Dear Brother Leader. It must be a VERY potent drug indeed ;) (maybe it was whipped up in a laboratory at Tel Aviv University. You guys are more expert than me on these matters. Let me know if this drug turns up). Fact: Libya isn’t run by the Libyan people. It’s run by Gaddafi and his idiot sons, who use it as their own plaything. Some of these boys have grown rich with their bank accounts in Dubai and their multi-million dollar properties in London after Blair welcomed Gaddafi back to the league of ‘responsible’ nations. His son Hannibal is notorious around the world for his drunken violence against hotel maids and his own wife. He clearly believes that he can act with impunity because daddy will protect him. Others control important units of the Libyan security services. The ones who benefit are primarily the Gaddafis, next their cronies and stooges, and trailing far, far behind, the Libyan people, who are treated to disappearances, torture and prison massacres when they air their dissatisfaction. There is mass unemployment in a country with massive natural resources. Why should that be? True, he has used some of the wealth of the country to improve the living conditions and prospects of his people. The rest he has siphoned off to prop up the brutish thugs around him, to buy favours with other African dictators, to support any movement that simply CLAIMS to be ‘anti-imperialist’ (like the limb-hacking marauders in Sierra Leone), and some he has siphoned off for his family and backers. I think it’s quite likely that Gaddafi has simply grown so accustomed to always hearing about how wonderful he is that he can simply not conceive of the Libyan working class and young people ever having any legitimate grievances. These are symptoms of a kleptocracy.

    Some people are daft enough to think that the CIA runs around the Middle East, planting fires here and there in order to give their masters in White House and their friends in Israel a headache. Apparently they think that states act consciously to undermine their own interests. So while they back and arm the security services of said nations, they also conspire to bring them down. Doesn’t make a heck of a lot of sense. These people also apparently think that nothing moves in the Middle East without the CIA’s and Mossad’s say so. Pretty patronising. Arabs, for anyone who believes in one of the bizarre premises of this article, can be turned on a dime at a moment’s notice (to help overthrow pro-US regimes, in the case of Tunisia and Egypt, in order to help the US). That’s how stupid you think Arabs are: they will turn against their dictator leaders and throw off their hated regimes only when Langley or Tel Aviv gives them permission to.

    Pity the Arabs, with ”friends” like these. At least they’re doing what they can. Though I will say this: they’re already fighting the forces of imperialism, Zionism and the fascist cliques that rule them. It would be better if they didn’t also have to contend with sniveling opponents among progressive forces in the West.

  11. commoner3 said on February 26th, 2011 at 12:08pm #

    Re: catguy00 said on February 25th, 2011 at 8:51pm #

    catguyoo wrote:
    “There is no doubt that the unrest in Tunisia, Egypt, and now Libya is US-backed. ”

    Even overthrowing a pro-US regime in Egypt. Pretty nutty.
    ————————————————————-
    No it is not pretty nutty,
    It doesn’t matter if a regime is pro-US regime or not, when that regime is no more suitable and useful for the next stage in a long range plan.!

    catguyoo also wrote:
    “propaganda outfits like BBC, CNN, Fox News, and Al Jazeera. ”

    Even Al Jazeera?
    ———————————————————————
    Yes, Even Al Jazeera! Al Jazeera is owned by the prince ruler of Qatar, where one of the biggest US military bases in the Middle East is situated.
    That prince is one of the staunchest allies, ie puppets of the US in the ME.

  12. commoner3 said on February 26th, 2011 at 12:40pm #

    Re: Luis Cayetano said on February 26th, 2011 at 8:45am #

    Luis Cayetanon wrote:
    “So while they back and arm the security services of said nations, they also conspire to bring them down. Doesn’t make a heck of a lot of sense.”
    ——————————————————
    NO, It DOES make a heck of a lot of sense, when it is time for a “regime change” to a more suitable and useful regime for the next stage in a long ranage plan.!

    Luis Cayetanon also wrote:

    That’s how stupid you think Arabs are: they will turn against their dictator leaders and throw off their hated regimes only when Langley or Tel Aviv gives them permission to.
    —————————————————————————

    In both Egypt and Libya, a very well financed and organised Muslim Brotherhood, was lying in wait. What started as demonstations by some young people demanding jobs and putting a stop to the relentless rise in food prices and wide spread corruption ,was taken over after couple of days by the Muslim Brotherhood.
    The Muslim Brotherhood, which is a very storng right wing Islamist organisation which is fiercely against “Godless” atheist communism, has a long history of dealing with the CIA and MI5 since the days of the Cold War.
    I don’t know about Tunisia, but probably the same script is there too!!

  13. mary said on February 27th, 2011 at 1:15am #

    Some obsession about the Muslim Brotherhood in this thread!

    The most amusing thing I have heard during this tragic episode in Libya’s history was that Blair phoned his friend and client Gaddafi twice on Friday asking him not to use violence and to quit. The answer was obviously ‘Get stuffed’.

    {http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/revealed-blairs-secret-calls-to-gaddafi-2226887.html}

  14. Luis Cayetano said on February 27th, 2011 at 4:40am #

    ”In both Egypt and Libya, a very well financed and organised Muslim Brotherhood, was lying in wait. What started as demonstations by some young people demanding jobs and putting a stop to the relentless rise in food prices and wide spread corruption ,was taken over after couple of days by the Muslim Brotherhood.”

    ??? Are you just making things up as you go along, or do you actually believe this tripe? ”Taken over”. Yeah, sure, buddy. Those millions (”some young people”) out on the street were all either members of or manipulated by the Muslim Brotherhood, who are in turn manipulated by the CIA. I think you’re hyperventilating with ”have become a part of’ the protests”.

    ”The Muslim Brotherhood, which is a very storng right wing Islamist organisation which is fiercely against “Godless” atheist communism, has a long history of dealing with the CIA and MI5 since the days of the Cold War.”

    Yes, and more recently, they have been suppressed by the Egyptian security services with the help of its allies in the CIA. You seem to harbour the strange notion that group dealings remain constant.

    ”I don’t know about Tunisia, but probably the same script is there too!!”

    Because you say so. Okay. Thanks for the ”analysis”.

    ”It doesn’t matter if a regime is pro-US regime or not, when that regime is no more suitable and useful for the next stage in a long range plan.!”

    And it’s not useful anymore because…it’s been rejected by its people. And why is it being rejected by its people? Either because it’s corrupt and brutal, or (as you seem to believe) because the CIA made them reject it because it’s no longer useful. And why is it no longer useful? Because…and so on. Your ”logic” is circular.

    You can indulge in your convoluted and tiresome conspiracy theories, but the fact remains that the best bet the US has always had in the region are the Arab despots. The reason isn’t far to seek: it’s much easier to deal with these dynasties than it is to deal with groups that are at least somewhat responsive to the demands of their people. Favouring the latter groups over strongmen is a sure way to weaken one’s strategic plans. Right now, the United States is trying to draw moral capital out of these uprisings, pretending that it was with them all along, while it did everything it could to hold them at bay for as long as possible. This is standard fare: support a dictator to the hilt, and when it no longer becomes feasible, switch sides. Unable to do much about them, it must now try to find an accommodation with these movements. You have your logic backwards, thinking that therefore the United States controls these movements. Sorry, the US isn’t omnipotent. Thinking that it is will consign you to thinking that everything that the people of the world ever do is part of an American plot. How do you know YOU’RE not being manipulated?

  15. Luis Cayetano said on February 27th, 2011 at 4:50am #

    Notice also how you shot yourself in the foot:

    ”What started as demonstations by some young people demanding jobs and putting a stop to the relentless rise in food prices and wide spread corruption ,was taken over after couple of days by the Muslim Brotherhood.”

    So ”it started off” as young people protesting about hardships they were facing, without Muslim Brotherhood leadership, who then ”took over” the demonstrations, as though the Egyptian people don’t have enough of a reason to join the protests of their own accord. Arabs apparently love to live under dictatorship, though. Or something. I’m probably too ignorant to know.

  16. commoner3 said on February 27th, 2011 at 3:42pm #

    Re: Luis Cayetano said on February 27th, 2011 at 4:40am #
    Re:Luis Cayetano said on February 27th, 2011 at 4:50am

    Luis,
    I lived in Egypt for a while, and I know the language, culture, history of Egypt and the M.E, especially modern history fairly well.
    With all due respect, you have no idea of what you are talking about!. Please read the article and read my post again.!
    I engaged in lengthy discussions by people like you before, here in DV, and posts were going back and forth for several days.
    I am not going to go through that again. My time and energy is too precious to waste.
    As the man says: TIME WILL TELL!

  17. Luis Cayetano said on February 28th, 2011 at 2:01am #

    ”With all due respect, you have no idea of what you are talking about!. Please read the article and read my post again.!”

    The article mentions Egypt hardly at all. It merely asserts that the uprising is US-backed, and that the US will try to paint the Libyan uprising as having drawn inspiration from the events in Egypt and Tunisia. I read what you wrote, and I told you why you’re wrong.

    I have no doubt that the US will try to co-opt whatever happens to its own advantage, that it favours some groups over others (like the Egyptian military, for instance) and that it may have had some people in the wings before these uprisings happened (as a way of bet-hedging, not a definitive plan to overthrow these dictators. Rather like how the industrialists in Germany allowed the Nazi Party to vegetate for a while before calling upon them when they saw Hitler as their best option). The extraordinary claim, on the other hand, that the Muslim Brotherhood took over the demonstrations is both stupid and insulting. Oppressed peoples all over the world are looking towards the Middle East with respect and admiration (and bated breath to see what happens next). Effectively, you’re saying that Arabs are mere playthings who are too brutish to engage in spontaneous, democratic action. If that’s your view, then I don’t see how you can be genuinely concerned about imperialism. The uprisings are misguided in an important sense, but not the one you’re invoking. They’re misguided because they largely lack class consciousness, falling back on nationalism and, for what it’s worth, religion.

  18. Samhain3783 said on February 28th, 2011 at 4:28pm #

    My god, this article is so paranoid I almost pissed my pants with laughter. Using Infowars as a source? Seriously!?

    Get out your tinfoil hats folks…

  19. shabnam said on February 28th, 2011 at 6:15pm #

    Foor ignoarant people who love to laugh until they are completely ‘wet':

    {Islamabad—The United States, Britain and France have sent several hundred “defence advisors” to train and support the anti-Gadhafi forces in oil-rich Eastern Libya where “rebels armed groups” have apparently taken over.

    According to an exclusive report confirmed by a Libyan diplomat in the region “the three Western states have landed their “special forces troops in Cyrinacia and are now setting up their bases and training centres” to reinforce the rebel forces who are resisting pro-Qaddafi forces in several adjoining areas.}

    {http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=23426}

    Americans must move their behind and bring down their criminal government and its actors in Washington and then send them all to ICC, a brothel house against weaker state to be imprisoned for the rest of their lives to save bloodshed.

  20. shabnam said on February 28th, 2011 at 6:16pm #

    should be read:

    to prevent bloodshed.

  21. hayate said on February 28th, 2011 at 8:25pm #

    Samhain3783 said on February 28th, 2011 at 4:28pm #

    “My god, this article is so paranoid I almost pissed my pants with laughter. Using Infowars as a source? Seriously!?

    Get out your tinfoil hats folks… ”

    Get out your depends, or rather, get back in them.

  22. shabnam said on February 28th, 2011 at 8:40pm #

    The Libyan exiles and defectors begging for no-fly zones failed to get them at the United Nations Security Council on Saturday, but they are inching closer to lining up Western military support nonetheless. This just in from the Wall Street Journal today:

    The Pentagon is repositioning warships and planes in the waters off Libya to be ready to enforce a no-fly zone or deliver humanitarian aid, military

    {http://mrzine.monthlyreview.org/2011/furuhashi280211.html}

    officials said Monday. . . . Pentagon officials have been loathe to spell out specific contingency plans they are considering for Libya, but officials have acknowledged that they are preparing for humanitarian missions as well as a campaign to forcibly ground Libyan military aircraft. . .

    {http://mrzine.monthlyreview.org/2011/furuhashi280211.html}

    American people are complicit in US government crimes against humanity because they let the war criminals do what they want without any organized protest.

    There is NO ORGANIZED LEFT IN AMERICA. Majority of the ‘left’ and ‘progressives, have a role like AFL-CIO, ‘human rights’, Solidarity center’, ‘Alliance of Youth Movements’, NED , to ‘promote’ democracy to help US government’s agenda in the region, meaning to invade and steal other people resources. This scenario has been played many times with the same agents around the world, thus no one can deny it.

    {http://louisproyect.wordpress.com/2011/02/27/qaddafi-and-the-monthly-review/}

    People in the region MUST BE UNITED against US imperialism/zionism and ITS AGENTS, the phony ‘left’ & ‘progressives’ and all other US pawns.