Filmmakers argue that Mohammar Gaddafi had to be removed from power for the US military’s AFRICOM project to succeed.
Filmmakers argue that Mohammar Gaddafi had to be removed from power for the US military’s AFRICOM project to succeed.

Filmmakers argue that Mohammar Gaddafi had to be removed from power for the US military’s AFRICOM project to succeed.

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4 responses to “AFRICOM’s War on Libya”

  1. Carine Clary says:

    Just returned from Italy which is dealing with large numbers of boat people, mostly Libyans I believe. Of course this is an outgrowth of the US led Nato destruction of Libya which Hillary Clinton cheer led. What do you want to bet that she is never challenged on this point by the media on her way to the coronation?

  2. punkyboy says:

    For an excellent background on this story, read Maximilian Forte’s book, “Slouching Towards Sirte – NATO’s War on Libya and Africa.” The last of the clip, Hillary gloating over the death of Gaddafi, is one of the reasons I will never vote for this warmonger/corporatist for any office.

  3. tomas molecare says:

    And let us never forget, that NATO’s Commander for Libya, entrusted with all target approval, was Canada’s RCAF General Charles Bouchard. And the vote by the Canadian parliament for war, was 100% unanimous. War criminals all.

  4. Klejdys says:

    Washington Times has reported DoD so distrusted HRC’s desire to start a war w/ Libya they tried to prevent it by opening their own diplomatic channels

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2015/jan/28/hillary-clinton-undercut-on-libya-war-by-pentagon-/?page=all

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