Globalists want to expand Libya war- rhetoric fortuitously changes in tandem.
April 17, 2011
The ink was not even dry on the joint op-ed in New York Times  written under the names of Obama, Sarkozy, and Cameron, when justification for their proposed expansion of the conflict was conveniently rolled out for public consumption. Reports by the corporate-financier funded  Human Rights Watch immediately followed up calls to expand the mandate in Libya, claiming “cluster bombs” were being used in the city of Misrata.
The Libyan government has denied these allegations stating that , “To use these bombs, the evidence would remain for days and weeks, and we know the international community is coming en masse to our country soon. So we can’t do this, we can’t do anything that would incriminate us even if we were criminals.” With the globalists signaling the desire to expand the war and now overtly stating the operation will not end until Qaddafi is removed , the Libyan government would be foolish indeed to employ “cluster bombs,” especially after a series of victories over the rebels without using such weapons.
The BBC, and other corporate-owned media fronts, still maintain that Qaddafi is brutalizing his “own people,” even as video and pictures clearly show these “people” are armed rebels, who themselves admit ties to Al Qaeda  and a desire to seize the nation by force. And despite wide ethical berths being given to NATO bombings that both the Libyan government and the rebels accuse of killing people on both sides , the same argument of “collateral damage” is purposefully and subjectively used against Libyan military forces.
Of course, the BBC shares responsibility for the unfolding bloodbath taking place in Libya and the ever expanding Western military intervention, having bombarded the public with a deluge of admittedly unverified reports  – the very reports used to justify UNSC r.1973  in the first place. When the BBC isn’t participating in a propaganda campaign to justify foreign wars of aggression, they are taking money from the US State Department to assist in subversion around the globe . BBC’s membership in the Chatham House , a think-tank that represents the collective interests and ambitions of some of the largest corporations and banks on earth, might explain why it lacks any semblance of journalistic integrity and instead doggedly promotes the corporate-financier oligarchy’s agenda.
It should come to no one’s surprise then that the BBC, in tandem with the corporate-financier front Human Rights Watch , would come up with such convenient stories just in time to bolster the debate over expanded operations in Libya, including the possibility of using ground troops  we were told would never set foot on Libyan soil. Additionally, the BBC is warning of a “Massacre in Misrata ,” with a narrative so over-the-top it leaves impressionable readers almost begging for a NATO troop landing at Misrata’s port.
Once again, the global corporate-financier oligarchy has duped the people into another war. Once again petty prejudices and ignorance has been preyed upon, using party lines to manipulate and corral public opinion. Concurrently on the ground in Libya, the West has created a conflict observing the ancient maxim of Sun Tzu, “Throw your soldiers into positions whence there is no escape, and they will prefer death to flight,” ensuring both Qaddafi and the rebels are thrust into a do-or-die scenario guaranteeing the chaos continues until the globalists achieve their goal – nation re-building, seizing oil, central banks, etc .
Finally, we are made to believe our “leadership” is reacting to a fluid situation unfolding on the ground, when in reality they are executing an agenda that has been on the drawing board since at least 1991 . Apparently voting for what we were told was the polar-opposite of George Bush and his Neo-Conservative agenda has not worked. We must then look past the puppet politicians and their superficial differences and see the corporate-financier oligarchy behind them, whose agenda transcends and dominates petty politics. We must see them as the problem , and replacing them entirely as the solution .
Tony Cartalucci is the writer and editor at Land Destroyer Report