Black People : Bin Laden dead, but Al Qeda still a threat/ solution; support Al Qeda in Lybia? Huh?!

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    OK let's try to make sense of this

    Osama Bin Laden is dead, but the wars must continue becuase the dreaded Al Qeda terorists are still a great threat

    therefor do

    what??????????????????????:SuN013::10800:





    In the Theater of the Absurd: US-NATO Support "Al Qaeda in Libya"


    By Gerald A. Perreira

    Global Research, May 14, 2011
    New Dawn Magazine No. 126 (May-June 2011)


    "We are fighting nothing other than al-Qaeda in what they call the Islamic Maghreb. It’s an armed group that is fighting from Libya to Mauritania and through Algeria and Mali.… If you had found them taking over American cities by the force of arms, tell me what you would do?" – From a letter sent by the Libyan leader Muammar Qadhafi to the US president Barack Obama.

    In the Theatre of the Absurd, anything is possible. However, this latest scenario in Libya has taken absurdity to a whole new dimension. A rag-tag bunch of armed, al-Qaeda affiliated tribesmen, being referred to as a ‘pro-democracy movement’ by British State TV (BBC) and other mainstream media outlets, are now being openly armed and trained by the French, British and American governments. This same Coalition of Crusaders, with the support of the Arab League, is fighting alongside the rebels, launching continual bombing raids on targets in Tripoli and beyond, including Muammar Qadhafi’s compound, in a brazen attempt to assassinate the man and re-colonise Libya.
    And what is the support inside Libya for this so-called ‘Libyan pro-democracy movement’? The answer is less than 2% of the entire Libyan population. One might have expected that the Western and Arab worlds would have offered Qadhafi and the Libyan armed forces assistance to deal with this al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) inspired insurgency. But no. Surprisingly, or maybe not so surprisingly, instead, Britain and the US, led by the clown Sarkozy, in what can only be described as a war mongering frenzy, launched an all out attack on Muammar Qadhafi, his family, and the Libyan people...........

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/PrintArticle.php?articleId=24763
     
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