Dec 4, 2011

Libya: The success of KILLING MACHINE

NATO has declared the conclusion of operation Unified Protector, the operation that killed tens of thousands of Libyans was declared a success.
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NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen visited Libya in a “surprise visit” or rather a PR-Ceremony, declaring NATO´s willingness to continue “assisting” the new Libyan Government .

The success of NATO could be summed up by the following facts.

NATO has successfully toppled a stable North African Government and replaced it with an unstable proxy government that is easy to control, and whose new PM has dual US – Libyan Citizenship. A perfect Vice Roy.
NATO has succeeded at importing a sufficient amount of Al Qaeda fighters to destabilize the country for years. Thus it has laid the foundation for a long term presence, and a justification for a continuation of the so called “war on terror”.
NATO can continue it´s operations without UN Mandate since NATO countries now are invited by the Vice Roy who has dual US-Libyan Citizenship.
NATO has succeeded in destroying the Libyan infrastructure and thus ruined decades of progress. It will take other decades to rebuild the country, and it is most likely that those attractive contracts will be granted to Libya´s new masters.
NATO has opened the way for Libya entering the Mediterranean Alliance and thus dividing rather than strengthening African Unity. NATO has succeeded in preventing the nationalization of Libyan resources, and lucrative oil contracts are being secured.
NATO has again established that it has the ability to wage a war with a minimal number of legitimate ground forces, making use of mercenaries, whom they afterwards can fight as terrorists. 
And NATO has succeeded in making Libyans paying 480 Milliard US-Dollars to NATO for the murder and destruction that NATO has provided (4). From a purely utilitarian perspective, NATO has all reason to perceive Libya as a success.
Words like democracy, human rights, liberation, and the like are for public consumption, and it is not difficult to imagine how difficult it must be for Rasmussen not to bite his own tongue when pronouncing them 
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