Friday, March 25, 2011

Obama is helping al Qaeda take over Libya

Obama and his aides know they are taking a big risk. “It's a huge gamble,” says the senior administration official. The administration knows, for example, that al Qaeda, which has active cells in Libya, will try to exploit the power vacuum that will come with a weak or ousted Gaddafi. --Massimo Calabresi
A friend asked me to explain to him why president Obama started a third war with Libya. I quipped off that president Soetoro is helping al Qaeda take over Libya. My friend’s shocked and awed response was Nah-uh; you just don’t like the president, do you?

I assured my friend that my answer had nothing to do with whether I liked or disliked the president. You asked me why the president started an illegal war with Libya without consulting the Congress and I told you.

I said, “Maybe you missed the Times Magazine article in which Times outlined the Soetoro, ‘pre-emptive doctrine.’ I said to him, “you remember how liberals accused president Bush of launching a pre-emptive war against Iraq?” He nodded yes he remembered. In its article Times alleges that the Soetoro administration over-stated the case when they accused Col. Murmmar Qaddafi of human-rights violations against his own people just so that they would have an excuse to start a war in Libya. (see story)

As it turns out, Gaddafi hasn't done enough to justify humanitarian intervention—despite their rhetoric to the contrary, the administration and human rights organizations admit that reports of potential war crimes remain unconfirmed. Instead, interviews with senior administration officials show that the rehabilitators convinced Obama to go to war not just to prevent atrocities Gaddafi might (or might not) commit but also to bolster America's ability to intervene elsewhere in the future.

Starting war with Libya is president Soetoro’s ‘weapons of mass destruction’ moment. As it turns out Col. Qaddafi hadn’t done anything to warrant president Soetoro’s aggression on March 19th the day he started dropping bombs on Libya. The president’s act of war was completely unconstitutional unmerited and without excuse. Simply this illegal war is worst than anything the U.S. has done in the past, since we’ve had the mistakes of the past to learn from. Yet in spite of lesson of the pass, this administration started a war without first consulting Congress. That’s unconstitutional. For example, even the previous administration consulted congress before starting the Iraqi war.

Glenn Beck connects the dots in the following video. We see that the Soetoro administration knows that al Qaeda will benefit from a weak or deposed Qaddafi. (see 6:07min video)

Some speculate that all the unrest in the Middle East is helping either the Muslim Brotherhood or al Qaeda. What was that book Mr. Soetoro was reading on the campaign trail in 2008… oh yes, "The Post-American World", written by Muslim author Fareed Zakaria.

"Post" America means the world after American leadership, and postulates the decline of western civilization and the rise of Islam and the Far East. All of the governments that have fallen recently in the Middle East have been pro-American Governments, Tunisia, Egypt and now Libya all governments that favored the west.

Moreover, whom benefits from the absence of Western influence many believe it’s the Muslim brotherhood and or al Qaeda.