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    Default US & NATO Weep Over Loss of Libyan Oil Ports

    I don't know about anyone else, but this is news to me...

    US Has Panic Attack After Libyan Puppets Lose Control of Oil Ports

    from Russia Insider



    Libya was the richest, most developed, most educated country in North Africa. It was a model of much-needed stability in the region, with a government that was considerably less terrible than NATO’s numerous medieval dictator-allies.


    Before the “revolution”, the Libyan government used oil revenues to subsidize a whole range of social benefits for its citizens.


    And now that Libya is a moon crater, the U.S. and its European poodles are whining about “returning oil ports to the Libyan people”. Is this a new standup routine that Washington has been practicing?


    EU states and the US have urged a Russia-backed Libyan warlord to hand back oil ports, amid warnings that Russia was trying to do in Libya what it did in Syria.


    The British, French, Italian, and US ambassadors to Libya said oil facilities “belong to the Libyan people and must remain under the exclusive control” of central authorities.


    This statement is of course referring to Khalifa Haftar and his successful attack against “Islamist militias” (fanatics affiliated with al-Qaeda) who seized Sidra and Ras Lanuf earlier this month.


    In other words: The U.S. and Europe are now having a panic attack because Islamic extremists no longer control two key oil ports in Libya. What a strange thing to be upset about.


    And the notion that Washington cares at all about what “belongs” to the Libyan people is laughable. If you measure the scale of destruction in terms of where Libya was before NATO’s “humanitarian intervention”, and where it is now, it’s simply criminal. Before Obama started dropping “right to protect” bombs, this is what the U.N. said about Libya:


    In 2010, Libya ranked 53rd in the UN’s Human Development Index among 163 countries. With life expectancy at birth at 74.5 years, an 88.4% adult literacy rate and a gross enrolment ratio of 94.1%, Libya was classified as a high human development country among the Middle East and North Africa region.


    Libyans once enjoyed a higher standard of living than 2/3 of the planet. NATO fixed that little problem — and now Washington is crying crocodile tears about oil facilities that “belong” to the Libyan people. The entire country belongs to the Libyan people. Washington destroyed it, but for some reason it’s only concerned about the oil ports. How odd.

    "EU urges Russia's man to give back oil ports.

    "EU states and the US have urged a Russian-backed Libyan warlord to hand back oil ports , amid warnings that Russia is trying to do in Libya what it did in Syria.

    "The British, French, Italian and US ambassadors to Libya said that oil facilities "belong to the Libyan people and must remain under the exclusive control" of central authorities.

    "Thomas Waldhauser, a US general in charge of Africa operations, told a Senate hearing last week that Russia posed a threat to Western interests in Libya."

    Libyan oil is American, Waldermart told Senators, and it was just a freak of freakin' nature that our oil was accidentally deposited in a foreign, sand-filled land thousands of miles away from America's homeland. And now those damn Commies have got their thieving hands on our black stuff and we need to bring it home.

    And it's the same goddamn story with freakin' Iranania where so much of our oil was illegally buried in thanks to those rag-headed, thieving mullah-hpriests. First we need to bomb nature to teach it a lesson, and then go get our oil back, gentlemen.


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    Quote Originally Posted by David Guyatt View Post



    In other words: The U.S. and Europe are now having a panic attack because Islamic extremists no longer control two key oil ports in Libya. What a strange thing to be upset about.



    Exactly. Once again the US uses extremists to further their interests like in Syria.



    "Thomas Waldhauser, a US general in charge of Africa operations, told a Senate hearing last week that Russia posed a threat to Western interests in Libya."

    Libyan oil is American, Waldermart told Senators, and it was just a freak of freakin' nature that our oil was accidentally deposited in a foreign, sand-filled land thousands of miles away from America's homeland. And now those damn Commies have got their thieving hands on our black stuff and we need to bring it home.


    Must be a relative or Lord Valdemort
    "I think it would be a good idea." Mahatma Gandhi, when asked what he thought of Western civilization.

    The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways; the point is to change it.
    Karl Marx.

    "Well, he would, wouldn't he?" Mandy Rice-Davies, 1963, replied Ms Rice Davies when the prosecuting counsel pointed out that Lord Astor denied an affair or having even met her.

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