Posted by Curt on 1 May, 2021 at 3:40 pm. 2 comments already!


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In 2011, Muammar Gaddafi, the deposed leader of Libya, fled Tripoli after the capital fell to rebel NTC forces. He was soon located by the rebels with NATO’s assistance, and pursued until he was captured. He was then beaten, sodomized with a bayonet, and shot several times…

Gaddafi’s death wasn’t immediate, and a video later showed the man with a gunshot wound to his head, slowly dying in a pool of his own blood
The nature of Gaddafi’s death was concealed from the American public and NATO’s involvement was repeatedly denied until videos surfaced.

The Obama Administration justified US involvement in toppling the Gaddafi regime as an effort to “protect Libyan civilians.”
“We had a unique ability to stop the violence.” Obama would say.
“We knew that if we waited one more day, Benghazi…could suffer a massacre that would have reverberated across the region and stained the conscience of the world.”
Later, Hillary Clinton would coldly remember Gaddafi’s killing, “We came, we saw, he died.”

After Gaddafi’s removal, Libya quickly descended into anarchy, and the Administration’s dreams of a liberal democratic Libya would collapse in widespread violence and corruption. A year later, rebels belonging to Ansar al-Sharia attacked the US Embassy in Benghazi…

Killing the US Ambassador there along with three other Americans- an event riddled with lies and obfuscations typical of the Obama Administration.
The scapegoat for the attack- an obscure filmmaker- is currently in prison on “unrelated” charges.
Libya today is best described as a ‘fake country’ where disparate criminal and insurgent organizations operate with impunity.
Drugs, weapons, and human chattel, including child sex slaves, are bought and sold in city markets all over the country.

Most Americans have probably forgotten their nation’s role in this humanitarian disaster, and the brutal killing of the Libyan dictator.
But the bromides, euphemisms, lies, and Messianic Boomerisms from those days should be all too familiar.
American foreign policy is forever shrouded by a thick cloud of idealistic, feel-good gobbledygook that could very well serve as the lyrics to a John Lennon song.
And yet blood still flows nonetheless, and every now and then someone gets sodomized by a bayonet.
Today the Biden Administration has declared a new terrorist threat: white-supremacy and homegrown violence. The enemy is dangerous and hiding in plain sight. They are your friends and neighbors. The entire country is reeling under its yoke. It must be dismantled and destroyed.
“We won’t ignore what our intelligence agencies have determined to be the most lethal terrorist threat to our homeland today: White supremacy is terrorism,” Joe Biden says, echoing Barack Obama’s Libya appeal: “We [have] a unique ability to stop the violence.”
The American people are accustomed to their nation being at war abroad, but not at home, and not against their friends and neighbors.
Despite the bromides and euphemisms, this new war will exact a heavy toll on the American people and will resonate for generations.
Libya was the crowning achievement of an Administration committed to “justice,” “transparency,” and “human rights,” all of which was made a farce by the killing of Gaddafi and the destruction of his country.
What will the Land of the Free look like at the end of this?

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