Looks like the PNAC, or Project for A New American Century, agenda of 1997 is rolling along as planned. Just as has been outlined by other think tanks, Illuminati writers and social programmers.
It looks like despite Obama's "promises" to not send troops, we're about do it anyway. Surprise. So expect a real good reason to be fabricated soon, like tales of horrific atrocities by Gaddafi, to make sure the public is behind it. A false flag or two within Libya is probably on the table right now, like the staged theatre fire massacre in Abadan, Iran during the Iran revolution.
U.S. President Barack Obama said Saturday the "Odyssey Dawn" operation launched under a UN Security Council resolution was a "limited military action," unlike the regime change aims of the war against Iraqi president Saddam Hussein.
He pledged no U.S. troops would be deployed on the ground.
Fox News Chris Wallace asked Kristol Sunday if it was a mistake to limit the mission in Libya.
"Let's talk about the mission," Wallace began. "You heard Admiral Mullen, earlier in the show, say his orders are clear: protect the civilians, don't overthrow Gaddafi. That's not the point. Is that a mistake? Can we live with Gaddafi in any sort of power? He can create a lot of trouble."
"No, we cannot leave Gaddafi in power," Kristol agreed. "And we won't leave Gaddafi in power."
"The immediate military mission, Admiral Mullen correctly described but the political goal is to remove Gaddafi and ultimately military assets will serve that political goal." (source)
responsibilities today and modernize our armed forces for the future;
Libya is not peripheral to the world system. It is at its very core.
Libya possesses 1,800 kilometers of Mediterranean coastline.
The country produces 2 percent of the world's oil, with 85 percent of exports going to Europe.Libyan nationals have been prominent jihadists in Iraq.
Since the beginning of the Great Recession and the slump in global demand in 2008, Libya has allocated $200 billion toward new infrastructure spending.
That says a lot. While most of the world knows it's mainly once again a U.S. aggression to keep consolidating its hold on the Middle East, the message is clearer daily that a global police force is being positioned in the world's mind.