Appearing at the globalist confab in the French resort of Deauville, Obama said on Friday the U.S. and NATO will not rest until they “finish the job’ in Libya.
Obama’s ping pong partner, British PM David Cameron, said it is time to “ratchet up” pressure on Gaddafi. In other words, Cameron called for more NATO bombing and more death in order to convince Gaddafi to leave the country as the globalists demand.
“Gaddafi and the Libyan government have failed to fulfill their responsibility to protect the Libyan population and have lost all legitimacy,” declared French president Nicolas Sarkozy in a statement. “He has no future in a free, democratic Libya. He must go.”
In March, British Defense Secretary Liam Fox admitted NATO plans to assassinate Gaddafi. Unable to do so, the coalition settled for slaughtering members of his family in Mafia vendetta fashion. On May 1, it was reported that a “precision air strike” had killed Gaddafi’s youngest son, Saif Al-Arab, and three of his grandsons.
Former African presidents, including South Africa’s Thabo Mbeki and Nigeria’s Olusegun Obasanjo, have expressed “grave concern” that NATO’s campaign to change the government in Libya with violence continues. The African Union shares the belief that what is taking place now goes beyond the scope of [UN resolutions] 1970 and 1973,” said Ramtane Lamamra, the AU’s Peace and Security Commissioner.
Obama’s announcement that the aggression against Libya will be opened-ended is at odds with earlier statements. On March 21, he said the military operations against Libya would be “limited in their nature, duration, and scope” and in the service of a “limited and well-defined mission.” A few days later, on March 28, Obama said “the United States will play a supporting role” in the effort to violently changed Libya’s government.
NATO’s war in Africa and the lead role assumed by the United States has now exceeded the time limit supposedly imposed by the War Powers Resolution. On May 20, Obama was required by this law – itself a violation of the Constitution (only Congress can declare war) – to ask for congressional authorization to continue the slaughter in Libya, but he ignored it.
In fact, Obama stonewalled Congress on the extension and “canceled without explanation” a committee briefing on Libya by the vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and declined the committee’s request that a Defense Department official testify at another hearing.
U.S. operations “have assumed a different character than you suggested when you announced the decision to initiate them,” an irate Sen. Richard Lugar said in a letter to Obama.
Once again, an arrogant American president has misled the nation and thumbed his nose at Congress and the American people as he follows the orders of the globalists who are inclined to take out disfavored opponents in Mafia fashion.
Gaddafi’s behavior toward the people of the country – a substantial number who in fact support him – and the vow to remove him have nothing to do with humanitarianism or democracy United Nations style. It has to do with getting rid of Gaddafi the same way the globalists got rid of Saddam Hussein.