NATO bombed the heck out of Tripoli this weekend (they were humanitarian bombs no doubt) and already the oil barrens are in-fighting over who gets to steal the supplies.
Remember when carefully laid out strings of lies and deceit were broadcast over the propaganda-waves to our idiot boxes. Well that apparently took too much time and effort, and now the story just ends and it's business as usual?!!! That just seems so abrupt. will the media now turn us on our next target? or do we get to watch the bidding wars (remember BP really cannot afford to pay restitution for all the harm they've already done to the Gulf of Mexico and surrounding coast, but they'll still muster up enough dough to grease a few palms and get their piece in the raping and pillaging of the Libyan people)?
What about all these rumours I am hearing that the rebels are the very same Al Qaeda that have been killing american't soldiers in Ira
But, really. Muammar Gaddafi has ruled Libya for 41 years, why is he now such a problem for NATO (Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey, the United Kingdom, and the United States)? Because he has oil? No that's too easy. I would hazard a guess (and if I could get a bail-out from the U. S. federal reserve I'd even bet a few trillion dollars on this one) that it's more about Libya's lack of a "private" central bank coupled with the fact that they have a gold backed currency. Oh, and thanks for the oil.
Gaddafi's biggest crime against humanity and the reason he suddenly needs to be snuffed out by all the debt backed nations of NATO was that Libya was planning to extend it's Gold-based, non-private (aka banker) owned Central bank to supply currency to all of Africa. Oil is really only a small part of the problem, the big part of the problem is that there are countries that are not owned by the banks. Forget about anything else he's accused of because he only really became a threat when he planned to circumvent the bankers rape and foreclosure of Africa, sure there were attempts to overthrow him before, sure he took power in a military coop, sure he probably did some bad things to some good people... But the big turning point was his ideology of giving a non-bank enslaved currency to an entire continent... Not even the Euro could make that kind of promise, ask Greece.
So on to the next target then, Syria (funny, they seem to be picking targets like a Doctor Seuss book about George dubya, maybe that's no accident either). According to Freedom House (who admit being funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development for certain projects and other governments of NATO or UN origin), ranked Syria "Not Free" in its annual Freedom in the World survey. Of course given the recent "freedom to enjoy IMF austerity measures" or "freedom to riot in front of the largest number of CCTV cameras installed anywhere and we'll arrest you later" I am not sure this illusion of freedom we live in was something which should be used as a model of "free" on which to base a study.
So maybe OIL is the cover to the real problem, which still wasn't human rights.