The Wall Street Journal, quoting a “senior US official,” claimed that the latest Egyptian operation to arm Libyan rebels had started several days ago and is ongoing.
The WSJ reiterates what many globalist think-tanks have been saying all along, that the operation to overthrow Libya, despite being a Western project, should be led by the newly “reordered” and shook up Arab states.
The WSJ concedes that the US “wanted to avoid being seen as taking a leadership role in any military action against Mr. Gadhafi after its invasions of Iraq and Afganistan fueled anger and mistrust with Washington throughout the region.”
We are left to believe that the US deceptively meddling in Libya by proxy, somehow, is supposed to alleviate this anger and regain lost trust.
Meanwhile, those still under the illusion that humanitarian concerns drive the UN Security Council’s decision to authorize a Libyan no-fly zone, would do best to refresh their memories of how the globalists used the UN to become mired in a decade of war with Afghanistan, Iraq, and now Pakistan.
“Project for a New American Century.” (Image: FPI)
“Today the United States and its allies should stand with the men, women and children of Libya who seek a future of peace and dignity.”