Libya – Fact or Fiction
While at International Media Partners (IMP) we also created CEO Institutes, which ran events on global themes for the chief executives of big companies. Some of these business leaders were chillingly deal oriented, as I saw at a dinner one night when I was seated between the CEO of a leading aircraft manufacturer and Representative Pat Schroeder, then the ranking Democrat on the Armed Services Committee. The CEO leaned across me to speak to Representative Schroeder.
“Here’s the deal,” he said. “I want to sell a plane to Muammar Qaddafi and he wants to buy one. But we have sanctions in place that won’t let me sell to him. The U.S. wants this guy dead. So what I’m thinking is, if you help me get the okay to sell him the plane, I’ll build it with explosive bolts connecting the wings to the fuselage. Then, one day he’s up flying over the Med and we push a button. He’s gone. I make my sale. Everyone’s happy.
Globalist insider David Rothkopf alleges the possibility of a quasi-extrajudicial killing of Muammar Qaddafi, the fallen leader of soon-to-be-occupied Libya, which by my guess is a conversation would have had to have taken place in the early to mid 1970’s. Any takers on which company it was whose CEO actually proposed this vile, criminal conspiracy? It seems that the plan has always been that the United States would assassinate Qaddafi someday, and for what?
Those who aren’t afraid of a little research are coming to the conclusion that he is not quite the “evil-doer” that the mainstream media has portrayed him to be over the years. While it may be hard for one to argue that any world leader is a necessarily a “good guy,” I’d be willing to put Qaddafi’s accomplishments next to that of Mr. Obama, George W. Bush or any other stooge that has acted as president of the United States any day.
Besides, if the Zionist mass media is trying to convince us to hate the latest “evil-doer,” one should, by default be immediately skeptical as to why. Especially when they are trying to sell us on a shiny brand new war. Kinda makes you wonder about those who continue to carry the water for the UN/NATO corporate takeover of Libya, right?
Thanks to Jackie Jura of Orwell Today for her meticulous research on the modern history of Muammar Qaddafi and Libya