Tuesday, 22 March 2011

The Great Oil War [Chapter 1] : Libya

Well with the precedent setting U.N. resolution to enforce a no-fly zone over Libya, it would appear that the international great oil war has begun. Now with the power of the newly formed global governance alliance behind it. Many would point to Iraq and Afghanistan as chapter 1 of this great war, but I would call that the preface. These wars and the policies formed here because of them were simply setting the stage of what was to come.

Like most operations conducted by today's power brokers that are typically clumsy and short-sighted; this operation likewise is already beginning to fall apart. The Arab league is rethinking their support of the resolution -- probably after realizing that in the long term western domination won't work in their favor.

Now, don't get me wrong. I am not saying that Muammar Qaddafi is a nice guy. What I am saying though is that NATO isn't really all that nice either. This invasion has nothing to do with how violent a dictator Qaddafi is, or that the Libyan people want our idea of "democracy". This invasion is step 3 in the typical approach taken by western nations in getting what they want.

Step 1) Send in the economic hitmen.
Step 2) Attempt a CIA lead revolution or 'coup'.
Step 3) Bomb them back to the stone age.

Obviously step 1 (which is usually done behind closed doors) and step 2 (which we witnessed) have failed.

So why is the U.N. security council so concerned about Libya and not say Bahrain? Well naturally interests = money, money = energy, and energy = oil. Guess what happened last week? It would seem Europe wasn't too concerned over being cut off from Libya's oil supply even though Libya is one of their top suppliers and right afterward Hilary Clinton promises to bomb Lybia. Of course the bombing itself will and is driving oil prices higher.

Coincidence? No. But don't take my word for it, take it right from ex-CIA Ray McGovern:

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