September 15, 2011
British PM David Cameron and French president Nicolas Sarkozy arrived in Tripoli, Libya, on Thursday and have pledged to provide military, political and economic support to al-Qaeda.
The New York Times, however, does not mention the fact al-Qaeda is part of Libya’s new leadership. The newspaper instead concentrates on “jubilant Libyans praising [Cameron and Sarkozy’s] role in pushing the erstwhile Libyan dictator out of formal power,” while saying nothing about the price average Libyans had to pay.
Sarkozy and Cameron said NATO airstrikes will continue so long as Libyans resist the invasion of their country by the global elite. They made the comments during a news conference with al-Qaeda:
They were speaking at a news conference alongside Mustafa Abdel-Jalil, the leader of the interim administration set up by the insurgents, and Mahmoud Jibril, the rebels’ de facto prime minister, who said the rebels still needed NATO “protection for our civilians.”
Jalil is from the Haribi tribe in northeastern Libya. It is linked to al-Qaeda. Many of the CIA’s assets in Afghanistan during the war against the Soviet Union were from Libya and they would later merge with al-Qaeda. Ayman al-Zawahiri gave the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG) his personal seal of approval and the LIFG officially joined the group in 2007. A West Point study revealed the intimacy between Libyans and al-Qaeda in Iraq allegedly responsible for killing U.S. occupation troops.
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Behind Abdel-Jalil and Mahmoud Jibril stands Abdelhakim Belhaj, the founder of LIFG. “Hardly by accident, all the top military rebel commanders are LIFG,” writes Pepe Escobar. Belhaj, a dedicated al-Qaeda jihadist, is considered the top Libyan military commander.
“This was your revolution, not our revolution,” Cameron told al-Qaeda.
The New York Times and the rest of the establishment media are working overtime to portray the Transitional National Council and al-Qaeda as heroes and the legitimate rulers of Libya. Precious little corporate media space is squandered on the fact NATO’s rebels are murderous racists.
Cameron and Sarkozy did not arrive in Tripoli merely to heap praise on al-Qaeda – they paid a visit in order to promote business: the business of the bankers and transnational corporations.
The trip, according to the New York Times, “was also part of a high-stakes play by both leaders to cast themselves as successful and muscular champions of democracy as their business elites vie for opportunity in post-Qaddafi Libya.”
The globalists prefer that their captured dominion be ruled over by austere and violent Sunni Wahhabists or other wide-eyed fanatics, as was the case in Afghanistan before the U.S. decided to invade the country and overthrow their former partners, the CIA and ISI created Taliban.
The U.S. State Department saw “nothing objectionable” when the Taliban took over the country in the mid-1990s after the Soviets fled.
“The Taliban will probably develop like the Saudis. There will be Aramco [the consortium of oil companies that controlled Saudi oil], pipelines, an emir, no parliament and lots of Sharia law. We can live with that,” a U.S. diplomat said in 1997.
Like al-Qaeda in Afghanistan, the variant in Libya will likely become another enemy in short order and we will be told billions of dollars more must be squandered – and more women and children butchered – lest the evil ones plot against freedom lovers.