In the year 2000, a Libyan man took several photos of himself situated at various spots across the city of Benghazi, Libya. 18 years later, he recently revisited the exact same locations to take photos of the spectacular, beautiful human trafficking laden, NATO liberated hellhole of modern day Libya under the rule of the United Nations backed regime.
“Utter devastation” is how Libya is described today, after a coalition of over 19 countries and NATO took out the regime, in an incredible, horrible show of force that implies what they want to do to Syria or Iran today.
The man’s before and after photos have gone viral, with 50,000 retweets at least after being posted to an account that tends to feature other historical images of Libya while it was under the rule of the enemy of both Al Qaeda and the West, Gaddadi, between 1969 and 2011.
The block of power that joined together with the allegedly peaceful, quiet but still monarchy-ruled Northern European countries like Norway and Sweden destroyed Libya, and they thought that the millions of people who live there would just forget about it?
Thankfully, it’s plain to see for even average people in the West that Libya should not have been invaded. It’s going viral with a demographic of people who usually don’t care about this type of thing at all: that’s a really positive, much needed sign for a future where people pay attention to the victims of war more.
Not only did they take out Libya because the regime was trying to operate independent of the central banking system, as they admittedly took out Gaddafi partially for the fact that he wanted to establish a gold standard for Africa, but a UK figure made a horrifying admission.
British foreign secretary Boris Johnson was in a private meeting in 2017 when he was caught on tape saying that Libya was ripe for investment from the UK, but only after the Libyans “clear the dead bodies away.” The sheer disrespect and lack of humanity of that statement should tell you those people are nothing but conquerors, evil people like the colonial “leaders” who preceded them in the British hierarchy.
Libya once had such an incredibly high standard of living, especially for the continent of Africa. It was once the site of wide and clean streets of the city, sprawling hotels, functional and beautiful infrastructure and buildings, and lively neighborhoods safe from terrorism and all the ills that plague Libyan society today.
Now, these same locations are now full of bullet holes, ruined and rotted, crumbled and beaten into the Earth as a direct result of the bombs dropped by Western countries, as well as car bombs unleashed by the terrorists that currently occupy the region.
Who are the people who do human trafficking in Libya today? Some of them are the very same militias supported by the West, the “rebels” who Secretary of State Hillary of Clinton enthusiastically supported. She also laughed at the death of Gadaffi, enthusiastically saying “we came, we saw, he died.”
The thing people need to remember about this is, Libya was basically a giant exercise for the entire global force of powers that can be collectively referred to as “the West.”
Sweden, a supposedly neutral country that is still under the control of a monarchy, participated in the destruction of Libya despite not even being a member of NATO. Their perceived neutrality went straight out the window with this incident, yet most people are unaware of this. According to Wikipedia:
“The Swedish Air Force committed eight JAS 39 Gripen jets for the international air campaign after being asked by NATO to take part in the operations on 28 March. Sweden also sent a Saab 340 AEW&C for airborne early warning and control and a C-130 Hercules for aerial refueling. Sweden was the only country neither a member of NATO nor the Arab League to participate in the no-fly zone.”
Norway dropped a whopping 588 bombs on the country in 2011, and so many other countries people had no idea were even that militarily active participated.
Why? Because one day, all of these seemingly peaceful countries will probably mobilize their militaries and attack on the command of the US/NATO side of power, because they are one hundred percent subservient to them. They will attack Syria, or Iran in this situation.
Syria, and Iran are at risk of attack from this entire coalition of dozens of countries and NATO. One day, this conflict could erupt, and it could be so much worse than Libya: it would be what people refer to as World War 3.
(Image credit: Zero Hedge)