Gadhafi, NATO, the UN, the CIA and the IMF
October 21, 2011
All hail humanitarian war. Regime change can be a bitch. Start with sanctions because of ‘humanitarian’ reasons. If they don’t work, arm ragtag mercenaries and implement a ‘no-fly zone’ through an international body. If the rebels can’t hunt down the defunct leader, then just bomb the hell out the country until a bloody carcass vaguely resembling the leader turns up. Then claim that the humanitarian intervention was a wild success. PS: Make sure you destroy enough of the infrastructure to secure a huge IMF bondage loan for reconstruction.
The before and after picture of Libya below shows what the U.S./NATO means by a humanitarian war:
Paul Joseph Watson | Like Milosevic, Gaddafi would have thrust western support for Al-Qaeda fighters under the spotlight.
Paul Joseph Watson | Libyans get a taste of new found “freedoms” bestowed by NATO and Al-Qaeda rebels.
Paul Craig Roberts | Now that the CIA’s proxy army has murdered Gadhafi, what next for Libya?