Qaddafi Retaking Libya
It appears Colonel Qaddafi has begun retaking Libya from globalist-backed rebels with Libyan forces now bearing down on the eastern city of Brega. It is also being reported that Qaddafi is offering rebels amnesty if they put down their weapons and take down the colonial Libyan flag that has been flying over “liberated cities” since the London based opposition declared their “Day of Rage” on February 17, 2011.
The schizophrenic corporate-owned media cannot seem to decide whether the rebels are “pleading” for foreign intervention or refusing it; apparently undecided whether revealing openly the globalists’ hands in overthrowing a sovereign nation is better than another “Bay-of-Pigs” scenario playing out. Qaddafi’s defiance is setting a precedence that endangers the entire premise of globalization and the “legitimacy” it uses to meddle in the affairs of sovereign nations. By confronting this foreign orchestrated uprising, identifying the rebels as pawns of Western ambition, and offering the rebels amnesty even as the tide has decidedly turned in the Libyan government’s favor, Qaddafi leaves the official narrative given by the West in humiliating tatters.
It should be further noted that the prevailing western-backed regimes emerging from the recent Arab unrest, including Tunisia, Egypt, and the unscathed western foot-stool of Saudi Arabia are attempting to promote an “Arab League” endorsed no-fly zone. This is perhaps a trial run for the so-called “united front against Iran” many geopolitical analysts believe this unrest has been designed to create. After unabashedly admitting to funding, fueling, and supporting the uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt, Hillary Clinton made a visit to Egypt and Tunisia to “consult with Libya’s neighbors on possible next steps against Gadhafi.”
Unfortunately for the globalists, time is running out and the reality on the ground in Libya is now running contra to the hype and propaganda promoted during the initial stages of Libyan unrest.
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