Globalists Want Boots On The Ground In Libya
Making Libya “stable” for Fortune 500 corporations, offshore banks and megalithic oil companies
Paul Joseph Watson
Thursday, August 25, 2011
With their Al-Qaeda-led rebel forces once again struggling to complete the overthrow of Colonel Gaddafi, pro-NATO globalists are now openly calling for boots on the ground in Libya, a complete violation of the original UN resolution that supposedly authorized NATO involvement in the first place, in order to “stabilize” the country for the benefit of Fortune 500 corporations, offshore banks and megalithic oil companies.
Reality isn’t quite keeping up with the public relations offensive launched by the western establishment media, with many areas of Tripoli being contested while Gaddafi’s government remains firmly in control of strategic towns like Sirte.
With Gaddafi vowing to fight on for “years,” hopes of seizing and maintaining control over the country’s vast oil and gold resources could be on shaky ground, which is why the likes of CFR luminaries Richard Haass and Max Boot are hastily demanding occupation forces be sent in to “stabilize” the country for globalist interests.