Western media has attempted to sell the American people the narrative that a “no fly zone” was necessary over Libya in order to prevent Quadaffi from killing his own people. While western powers continue to drop bombs on Libya, backed by the [masters of the] United States, President Obama pointedly denies that this is an act of war, calling it instead a “kinetic action.” We were supposed to secure Libyan airspace within a few days and the action was supposed to be over. Several months and hundreds of millions of dollars later, we’re still there, Quadaffi is still there, and no one in mainstream circles will say why we’re there and what the mission is supposed to be.
Thus, we turn once again to alternative view points, and this one is an eye opener, as it provides some insight into not just the activities going on in Libya, but the motivations for the financial and power interests behind covert and overt activities all over the world. It comes to us from Joryan and Brothers and opines on the three primary reasons for why Quadaffi has become an enemy of the United States, Europe and the people of Libya.
Additionally, Joryan places blame for not only the Libyan kinetic action, but America’s African foreign policy, squarely on the shoulders of President Obama, who promised change but delivered more of the same to Americans, Africans and the rest of the world:
Mr. President let me tell you this. If you’re not ashamed, I’m ashamed for you. I’m embarrassed for you. The first African American President and this is what you are doing to your own country, to the world, to the people of your race.
You are the nightmare of Martin Luther King. He always talked about his dream. But his nightmare was to see an African President of the United States of America doing what you’re doing today – misrepresenting the black race.
We’re not asking you to give your attention only on African people or only on black people, but to show a good example of what leading is, of what fairness is, of what democracy is really about, the things that Martin Luther King died for. Not just for the liberation of African people, but for fair treatment of everybody. Blacks and whites equal, fighting together, sharing.
This is an embarrassment. This is a shame. And, I hope you stay a one term President.
Hat tip Rense.com