posted on Nov, 22 2012 @ 03:08 PM
I just came across this piece that sheds a lot of light on the whole Libyan debacle.
"Libya- All In? Failed NATO Mission Exposed"
She, Penny, followed Libya closely and is now following Syria.
The original article is here:
"Libya All In? Failed NATO Mission Exposes US Generals – OpEd" Nov 18, 2012 Horace G. Campbell
Carter Ham has been removed as head of the US Africa Command (AFRICOM). General Petraeus resigned from the CIA on November 9. Rear Adm. Charles M.
Gaouette was reassigned on October 26 as the commander of the USS John C. Stennis strike group. These three changes at the top of the US military
establishment are all related to the failed NATO intervention in North Africa and the subsequent war and killings that have been unleashed by militias
in Libya, especially in Benghazi. These changes exposed the new autonomy and war fighting capabilities that were being experimented where the CIA and
the leaders of the military command structures such as AFRICOM and Central Command (CENTCOM) made policy independent of the executive branch and
civilian leadership. This experiment shattered with devastating consequences for the entire military apparatus ensnaring generals, financial
speculators, media specialists on the military and politicians."