Category Libya

How the Left Killed the Anti-War Movement

  Kurt Nimmo Once the home of the anti-war movement, under Barack Obama the Left advocated a continuation of war and mass murder by using the political expediency of humanitarian interventionism. In this episode of The Geopolitical report, we unpack how establishment Democrats have continued the wars begun by President George W. Bush and expanded […]

The Obama Legacy Part VI: The Destruction of Libya and the US military Invasion of Africa

by Danny Haiphong “With the Libyan state destroyed, the US has been able to further expand militarily all over the continent.” Endless war has been a staple of the Obama era. The first Black President’s imperialist record is so expansive that it could not possibly be fit into a singular piece on his legacy. Obama’s endless […]

Obama and the rape of Libya

Was Libya a Mistake or a Planned Imperialist Catastrophe? by Danny Haiphong “Libya was handed over to a consortium of terrorists and pro-imperialist reactionaries who have since gutted the economy.” To this day, most people in the US know little about Washington’s key role in the destabilization of Libya. When the US-NATO alliance launched a combined […]

Clinton’s Leaked eMails Confirm Libya Plunder by Killing Qaddafi — Covert Geopolitics

It was broad daylight robbery and murder when US , France, and the rest of NATO, hunted down Muammar Qaddafi, and destroyed the most prosperous nation in Africa, i.e. Libya., in 2011. The above picture is taken during the G8 Summit Italy, in 2009,. via Clinton’s Leaked eMails Confirm Libya Plunder by Killing Qaddafi — Covert Geopolitics

Exposing the Libyan Agenda: A Closer Look at Hillary’s Emails

Posted on March 13, 2016 by WashingtonsBlog By Ellen Brown, EllenBrown.com Critics have long questioned why violent intervention was necessary in Libya. Hillary Clinton’s recently published emails confirm that it was less about protecting the people from a dictator than about money, banking, and preventing African economic sovereignty. The brief visit of then-Secretary of State […]