I find it utterly insane that many freedom-loving patriots around the world (including the infamous Alex Jones) have decided to side with a
self-appointed meglomaniacal, brutally iron-fisted, autocratic despot over an authentic grassroots uprising of (mostly) freedom-loving people to take
back their country from the clutches or tyranny. Yeah, I know that many people are naive enough to believe that the CIA can flip on a "revolution
switch" and just cause whole countries to revolt whenever they feel like it, and while it might be truth that the CIA does have some influence over
such matters, reality does not support this assertion or else Gaddafi would have been ousted by revolution long ago -- but this is beside the
Yes, the same people who 6 months ago were (deservedly) crying and screaming about the tyranny within America and calling for a revolution to "gain
our freedoms back" are the same ones praying that a real
revolution against real
tyranny gets completely crushed.
saying that the United States / Western foreign policy isn't entirely hypocritical or that the justification of "protecting civilians"
(civilians that are militant and holding guns, mind you lol) makes a whole lot of sense. I'm not saying that the war on Afghanistan and Iraq are
great; of course they were/are both illegal wars based off of even bigger
untruths and lies. What I am
saying is that not everything in
world politics is black and white. Oftentimes we find ourselves immersed in a sea of gray, and the Libyan controversy is no exception. It doesn't
always come down to "small guy good
, imperial powers bad
" -- that line of thinking is elementary and juvenile. Sometimes the reality of
morality is much more complex...
Here's the point I'm really trying to get at: Most people who are rooting for Gaddafi's regime to pull through and defeat the freedom-loving rebels
claim that its because "the globalists are trying to take over the world", or something along those lines. However, when looking at the situation
through black and white spectacles, one fails to realize that Gaddafi is actually the biggest globalist of all
Gaddafi vows to create 'United States of Africa' -- London Telegraph
Whoah! Hold on!
Colonel Gaddafi, 66, was elected to lead the 53-nation AU for a year in a closed-door vote during a summit in Addis Ababa. Dressed in a gold robe
and cap, he made clear his intention to push for an alternative "USA" - a plan he has outlined before and that has met with resistance among fellow
African leaders. "I hope my term will be a time of serious work and not just words," he said in his inaugural speech. "I shall continue to insist that
our sovereign countries work to achieve the United States of Africa," he said, admitting that African leaders were "not near to a settlement" on the
issue. "We are still independent states. It is your decision to respond to the call for unity, to push Africa forward towards the United States of
Let me get this straight -- Gaddafi was spending millions of dollars to attempt to create the "united states of Africa" wherein all nations were
completely absolved and they would take up the use of a unified currency called the "Afro"
So, the SAME people that (rightfully) freak out about the globalists attempting to create a "North-American union" that uses a single currency like
the Amero are actually in support of someone trying to do the exact same thing to Africa! Not to mention this special someone has a habit of brutally
oppressing his people, crushing political dissent by spattering blood, crushing bones and pulling nails (even from teenagers) and is so greatly
opposed to any semblance of freedom that voting isn't even allowed to take him out of power. Gaddafi's true goal was to become the king of a unified
Sure, the fact that the US is supporting the rebels but turning a blind eye to all the other despots in the world that are our allies is
hypocritical... but those of you supporting a freedom hating globalist trying to dissolve the nations of Africa to where he can be the defacto ruler
of his proposed world superpower; you people are the biggest hypocrites of all.
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