Friday, March 18, 2011

Libya, Cue Next Phase of Global Thermo-Nuclear War

Well, they got their no-fly zone -
Those who were asking what the “international community” planned to do in response to the escalating global crisis surrounding the nuclear plant in Fukushima now have their answer – bomb Libya. As if the world wasn’t experiencing enough turmoil and devastation, another illegal war of aggression has been launched in a volatile region, couched in the retching Orwellian doublespeak of ‘no fly zones’ and ‘humanitarian’ rhetoric.

The rebels’ failure to blaze a trail for the permanent installation of US military bases and control over 46 billion barrels plus of oil reserves has mandated the imposition of a “no fly zone,” which of course means that no one will be able to fly over Libya, except obviously British, French and American warplanes that will be dropping bombs on brown kids like there’s no tomorrow. “No fly zone”? Orwell rolls in his grave.
Note the inherent hypocrisy with the following frequently occurring isolated incident -
A US drone attack with an unusually high death toll of 40 on Thursday drew a rare condemnation both from civilian and military leadership.

In the attack which came a day after CIA operative Raymond Davis had been set free by a court in Lahore, US drones fired missiles when a jirga was in progress in Nevi Adda Shega area of North Waziristan, killing 40 people, including tribal elders.

Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani strongly condemned the incident and called the attack an “irrational act”.
The Real Effect
Sometimes it is far too easy to predict these things -
Training bases? Oh yeah, that won't devolve into a "peacekeeping" mission complete with lucrative oil contracts to uh, compensate us for our generosity.
Of course a no fly-zone is being implemented now that the "Rebels" are losing.

As I stated on the 1st, look out for false flag scenarios to be carried out in "retaliation" to the American interventions.

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