Breaking News: UN VOTE ON FULL LIBYA INTERVENTION – VETERANS TODAY TRIED TO HEAD IT OFF

And so does the Arab League, Lebanon, Britain, France,  John Kerry, Human Rights Watch…and a growing list.

GADDAFI’S “FISH IN A BARREL” ARMY  ADVANCES ON BENGHAZI WHILE THE WORLD FIDDLES

Dear Folks, This additional ‘we told you so’ piece is not about stroking our egos, but about saving the Libyan revolution and the momentum of ridding Libya of its Neanderthal dictator and his corrupt regime. This be no means guarantees that democratic reform will keep them free, as elite corruption has rendered that institution a sock puppet for international  mobsters, loyal to no country, or people…only to themselves.

Modern democracies are very talented at repression. They just have a different game, something we will be detailing in future articles.  Gaddafi was able to play America and its “feet of clay” president like a 50 cent harmonica.  The neocon’s and their oil money friends were always with Gaddafi, the brutal dictator with deep pockets, Gaddafi who funded Sarkozy, Gaddafi who funded though his corporate connections, a dozen or more congressional races, all behind GOP candidates.

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