Please correct me if I am wrong in any of this…
So, Gaddafi was pulled from a hole in a desperate condition, as was Saddam, and bin Laden was killed in his house after hiding behind one of his wives like a coward. Only it turns out that last bit was made up. The common factor is that these madmen were made to look like pathetic losers for the TV audiences.
Another common factor, of course, is that these three individuals were unceremoniously bumped off and so they could not be brought to trial for their crimes in The Hague or elsewhere.
Gaddafi’s friends, like Tony Blair and others in the West, will be glad that dead men can’t talk. Blair might have ended up being tried as a war criminal himself. This still might happen, of course.
Then it starts to get a bit confusing. Al Qaeda is evil. Terribly evil. They carried out 9/11 (allegedly) and our freedoms have been curtailed because of it. BUT, Libyan al Qaeda are good; really rather pleasant fellows, who the UK and USA supported to help take over Libya.
No, that can’t be right. Is it? I think it might be.
Another anomaly is the enormous number of pictures of a dead and dying Gaddafi, yet we weren’t allowed to see even a dead bin Laden. He was whisked off and dumped in the sea quicker than you could say, “fake bin Laden video”.
And Libya has oil, just like Iraq. Worse dictators like Mugabe and the North Korean midget don’t have oil, so naturally they get left to carry on being complete savages to their people and Obama receives a Nobel Peace Prize for liberating, erm, the oil and infrastructure into the hands of transnational corporations.
The fact is that Libya refused to be part of the globalist system, like other Arab and North African countries, with their independent banks, and so they are being reigned in under the pretext of humanitarian intervention.
As Rolf would say, “Can you tell what it is yet?”
It’s a con. A truly evil con almost without parallel.
Gaddafi was undoubtedly a horror, but I have a feeling that the people of Libya will get an even worse system of government, and the world a deadlier foe.