Making Libya “stable” for Fortune 500 corporations, offshore banks and megalithic oil companies
Paul Joseph Watson
Thursday, August 25, 2011
With their Al-Qaeda-led rebel forces once again struggling to complete the overthrow of Colonel Gaddafi, pro-NATO globalists are now openly calling for boots on the ground in Libya, a complete violation of the original UN resolution that supposedly authorized NATO involvement in the first place, in order to “stabilize” the country for the benefit of Fortune 500 corporations, offshore banks and megalithic oil companies.
Reality isn’t quite keeping up with the public relations offensive launched by the western establishment media, with many areas of Tripoli being contested while Gaddafi’s government remains firmly in control of strategic towns like Sirte.
With Gaddafi vowing to fight on for “years,” hopes of seizing and maintaining control over the country’s vast oil and gold resources could be on shaky ground, which is why the likes of CFR luminaries Richard Haass and Max Boot are hastily demanding occupation forces be sent in to “stabilize” the country for globalist interests.
That’s not to say that boots aren’t already on the ground in Libya. The Al-Qaeda backed rebel siege is being directed by British SAS troops, along with American and French Special Forces. But what the globalists really want to see is an occupation of Iraq-style proportions, and tens of thousands of troops are already on standby for that very purpose.
Richard Haass, President of the Council on Foreign Relations, doesn’t mince his words in a Financial Times editorial headlined Libya Now Needs Boots on the Ground.
In the article, Haass brazenly acknowledges that the “humanitarian” pretext for NATO intervention was little more than a hoax.
“The “humanitarian” intervention introduced to save lives believed to be threatened was in fact a political intervention introduced to bring about regime change,” writes Haass.
Writing that “Libyans will not be able to manage the situation about to emerge on their own,” Haass cites tribal warfare, political instability, looting and most notably, “2 billion barrels of oil a day,” as good reasons for an “international force” to “restore and maintain order”.
He also calls on Barack Obama “to reconsider his assertion that there would not be any American boots on the ground”.
In admitting that the NATO bombardment was never about “humanitarian” concerns and calling for an occupying army, thereby completely contradicting the terms of United Nations security council resolution 1973, Haass reveals the mafia-like way in which neo-colonialism operates. Globalist criminals don’t even follow their own flimsy claims to legitimacy.
Not to be outdone, fellow CFR internationalist and neo-con Max Boot writes in an L.A. Times editorial that NATO and the UN “will have to send….peacekeeping troops,” primarily to restore “oil production,” an undoubted priority given that, as the NY Times reported, “the scramble to secure access to Libya’s oil wealth has already begun” amongst British Petroleum, Total of France, and Repsol YPF of Spain.
While failing to mention the fact that the NATO-backed rebels are commanded by Al-Qaeda terrorists who killed U.S. troops in Iraq, Boot re-characterizes Gaddafi’s government as an “insurgency” and urges “sending foreign troops into Libya”.
Both Haass and Boot couldn’t give a damn about making Libya stable for the benefit of the Libyan people, to prevent looting or tribal warfare. Their only concern is making Libya stable for the entities the bombardment was launched on behalf of in the first place – Fortune 500 corporations, transnational banks and megalithic oil companies – the same gang of crooks represented on the CFR’s roster.
Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for Prison Planet.com. He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a regular fill-in host for The Alex Jones Show.
This article was posted: Thursday, August 25, 2011 at 4:29 am