posted on Mar, 16 2011 @ 03:38 PM
Interesting. Russia, China and India feature explosive economic and population growth, and so there is an increasingly and readily available supply of
Capital in those countries. The West, with its decaying and declining population, has a weaker Capital supply than it did a hundred, two hundred years
ago. For them to do business now requires them to use force and coercion, whereas the Eastern powers are in a position to make fair bargains. Their
great distance from Libya means that they cannot impose themselves on that nation nearly as well as the NATO Axis can. However, it also means that the
most expedient routes for Libyan oil to reach their new destinations will be the Bosporus Straits (Turkey) and the Suez Canal (Egypt). Libya may need
to form stronger security relations with those two countries to protect its oil shipments from NATO saboteurs on the Mediterranean.
Saudi Arabia has been pressuring the Arab League to suppress revolutions in the M-E that threaten the Saudi-led status quo. Now that Libya has driven
back the al-Qaeda mercenaries, it seems that the leadership will take the country in a more strongly Pan-African movement than ever before.
This victory over hostile NATO forces and the mercenaries armed by the West could well revitalize Gaddafi's reputation at home and abroad. Even
though he is no longer the official ruler of the country, he will get a great deal of credit for his spiritual leadership during this crisis. This may
well advance the interests of his son, who likewise held a position of great importance and helped lead the nation through the crisis. This whole
debacle may secure a Gaddafi dynasty in Libya for years to come.
It's possible, even likely that Libya will revive its old WMD programs, because now it's not only on the West's enemy list, it's on Arabia's list
We're shaping up for a THIRD WORLD WAR, that is, a war in the third world. The First World War was fought in the first world; France,
Belgium, Germany. The Second World War was fought in the Second World; Poland, Russia, Serbia. The Third World War is looming in the Third World;
Turkey, Arabia, Iran, Israel and Libya.
Someone got over-eager and jumped the gun on Libya, and now the G7 have betrayed Gaddafi as he was finally becoming more Western-friendly. The
detente in the colonial war is over, and Europe is going to be faced with renewed hostilities from a Pan-African leader and his associates.