Paul Joseph Watson
July 15, 2011
Endgame is approaching in Libya, with Gaddafi either set to step down or if he refuses, NATO will launch a final all out bombardment of Tripoli in a desperate bid to topple the Libyan leader.
This is all set to play out over the next 6-8 weeks.
Obama is walking away from this with his tail between his legs, with the battle over the debt ceiling, the imminent downgrading of America’s credit rating and the plunging economy have taken precedence and the White House having to virtually abandon this one along with NATO, who have been similarly hampered by the European debt crisis.
If Gaddafi can cut a deal, which is currently being mediated by the Russians, that allows his influence in the country to remain pervasive through his son, this will represent a de facto victory for him and a defeat for NATO forces, whose bluster about “humanitarian protection” has been completely exposed as a ruse for regime change.
However, if Gaddafi has a last minute change of heart and tries to retain his grip on power, perhaps resorting to a suicide mission to evade capture, NATO will launch a massive “coup de grace,” a plan which has been in place since the start of the month, with British, American and French troops ready to spearhead a full ground invasion.
The whole farce has largely been a failure for NATO and the White House because now it’s going to be a heck of a lot more difficult to control the post-Gaddafi transition.
Remember, this war was about capturing Libya as another launch pad for further empire building in the Middle East and north Africa, that’s why PNAC ordered Obama to do it, it was about securing the richest oil resources in the whole of Africa, it was about stealing 6 billion dollars in gold reserves, and it was about putting a halt to China’s efforts to virtually re-colonize Africa.
All of those objectives are going to be nigh on impossible to achieve with Gaddafi’s influence still pervasive in Libya.
This article was posted: Friday, July 15, 2011 at 4:06 am