The “Conspiratorial Veil” of Western Racism

In the last 24 hours, we learned that Gaddafi’s claimed victims of the UN bombing campaign included victims of traffic accidents and recently dead, gleaned from hospitals and mortuaries around Libya.  The secret he is trying to hide is that the real dead, and their are dozens, aren’t from Libya at all.  Libya’s entire air defense command is “rented” from Belarus and the dead are mercenaries.

By Gordon Duff STAFF WRITER/Senior Editor

“They” are coming out of the woodwork, claiming to be “liberals” or “anti-war.”  Any Arab uprising must be a Western plot.  Those “brown people” can’t really be seeking democracy and freedom and certainly can’t stand up to the “globalist plotters” of the west.  I have one reminder for those who think this way.


On February 25, 2011, Veterans Today recommended immediate intervention in Libya.  Few had died, Israel had shown its hand as Gaddafi’s backer and the writing was on the wall.  Waiting would lead to civil war and large scale



intervention, led by France, bringing the potential for the movement for democracy to be pushed off track, as Iraq and Afghanistan are dark reminders of.  Arms and mercenaries flowed in, key media powers and the Israel lobby kept Obama sitting on his hands and, at the last minute, maybe beyond the last minute, there is a call to action.

Should be be suspicious?  Damned right!

Should we forget the right of self determination by the Libyan people being crushed, not only by their own government but Israel’s African mercenary armies as well and every resource Gaddafi could buy with the west’s oil money, yes, money from Halliburton and BP?  One only need to see the forces arrayed against the rebels, not just GLOBAL CST’s mercenaries but forces from Belarus and Georgia as well.


Few currently involved in the endless debate over intervention in Libya, even and perhaps especially those who should know better, understand the real implications.  They are living in the Bush-Blair years of Anglo-(Israeli)American fascism.  They have no feeling for self determination, having lived on a diet of controlled dialog, terrorism, oil, Arab “bucks” and the political leftovers of the Cold War.

During the 19th century (and before), Europe divided the world as though it were the Titans.  The process really began in 1493 when Pope Alexander IV, with the Treaty of Tortsillas, divided the world between Spain and Portugal.  More recently, the Treaty of Versailles created a Europe based on whim and fancy, one destined for a century of war and political struggle, a struggle “alive and well” in the Balkans as we speak.  More damage, on a world wide scale after World War II, blunder upon blunder, North Africa and the entire Middle East, India and Pakistan, Vietnam in 1954 and, of course, the blunder of all time, Palestine.

The mess the west created in the Middle East, a series of rogue states, not just Israel, corrupt sheikdoms and puppet regimes, a mosaic of CIA failures that has victimized the Islamic world and set the stage for generations of human despair, extremism and conflict, is now threatened by forces pushing an agenda of secularism, modernization and democracy.

This has threatened the very roots of the globalist agenda so successful over the past 20 years, Iraq, Afghanistan, the “republics” of the Caspian Basin, the destabilization and corruption of Pakistan, oil, gas, opium and war.  Business has been good, generations of conflict assured, nations drowning in debt, populations frozen in poverty, pushed to radicalization.

Is it just possible that some “woke up” and simply decided to get “off the bus.”  Egypt is certainly proof of that.


Gravity itself has been working to return the balance of self determination, too often expressed in genocide as in Rwanda or wars that the strong always win.  Adding to the mix, the Cold War, the needs of the imaginary global struggle, the “democratic” imperative, dictatorship as a hedge against the dangers of “socialism.”

The newer version is, perhaps, the most insane, rewriting the map based on keeping Americans “safe” from terrorism, which was caused, of course, by its own Cold War politics, thirst for oil and predilection with forgiving Israeli military adventurism.

What does the West owe the world?  Seen in this light, is the intervention in Libya simply “balancing the books” for the ills of the past, erasing an evil creature of another era, long overdue for the scrap heap?

Some, like Richard Falk, cite Gaddafi’s evils but claim the West has no moral position unless it chooses to intervene in every similar case.

Long ago Qaddafi forfeited the legitimacy of his rule, creating the political conditions for an appropriate revolutionary challenge. Recently he has confirmed this assessment, referring to his own people as ‘rats and dogs’ or ‘cockroaches,’ and employing the bloodthirsty and vengeful language of a demented tyrant. Such a tragic imposition of political abuse on the Libyan experience is a painful reality that exists beyond any reasonable doubt, but does it validate a UN authorized military intervention carried out by a revived partnership of those old colonial partners, France and Britain, and their post-colonial American imperial overseer? I think not.

Falk’s rationale is explained below:

But just as the Libyan rebels raise some suspicion by seeking Euro-American military intervention, so did the KLA in Kosovo engage in terrorist provocations that led to violent Serb responses, allegedly setting the stage in 1999 for NATO’s ‘coalition of the willing.

Falk, a brilliant scholar and humanitarian states his fears clearly.  He sees people looking for self determination and sees, instead, conspiracy.  What he fails to address, other than the fact that there is absolutely no basis for his fears, not yet anyway, is that Gaddafi’s despotic rule, which he so aptly describes, has no political basis whatsoever, and is entirely financed by all of us whenever we buy fuel.

Falk fails to take into account that, on day one, Gaddafi turned to Israel, checkbook in hand, demanding weapons and 50,000 mercenary troops to fight a ragtag of citizens with no heavy weapons.  Stories of mass defections of troops and tank brigades backing the rebels have been proven fictitious.  War, as usual, is the “mother of lies.”  Falk needs to be more discerning.

In the last 24 hours, we learned that Gaddafi’s claimed victims of the UN bombing campaign included victims of traffic accidents and recently dead, gleaned from hospitals and mortuaries around Libya.  The secret he is trying to hide is that the real dead, and their are dozens, aren’t from Libya at all.  Libya’s entire air defense command is “rented” from Belarus and the dead are mercenaries.


Sometimes I have to keep myself from laughing.  It is so easy to see how nations like the United States, Britain and Australia can fall under the control of “neo-feudalists” and corporate cabals.  Any legitimate opposition to staus quo is immediately discredited by a lunatic fringe, a mixture of paid and unpaid disinformation agents and good old fashioned “cranks.”  With most getting their news from the internet, people without the judgement necessary to buy carrots suddenly appoint themselves as “pundits.”

Combine this group with the “scholars,” most of whom have no “real world” experience and have learned to survive and even thrive in a university atmosphere where cronyism and cowardice have long since replaced activism and originality, and the failure of “dissent” is easy to understand.

Never has a single episode in recent years united quite as many “cranks” as those who suddenly see Colonel Gaddafi as the victim of a grand conspiracy.  A few weeks ago, the same people cheered when the Egyptian Army stood aside and President Mubarak was swept away in a popular democratic tide.  Dozens of conspiracy theories had developed around Egypt’s revolution.  Egyptians are now voting for their first democratic government in decades.  Conspiracy theorists would deny them that.  “Egyptians,” seen by the “internet intellectuals” as an inferior type, can’t be trusted to pick their own leaders.

Only Americans and the British and, oh yes, the Israelis can do that.  We all know how that has worked out.

Now, one of the most infamous despots of the last century, one who, with Israel’s help, has scoured the world for mercenaries, one who unleashed his army on a ragtag force of pro-democracy freedom fighters, has become the hero to many.

It is funny that some would speak up now, not about the dead in Iraq or Afghanistan, not about the Ivory Coast, somewhere few if any could locate on a map. (I can see some running to Google now)  Those crying for Gaddafi were the cheering throngs when Saddam’s statue was toppled and he was replaced by a wanted criminal working for oil companies.

But that President, a bumbling fascist was white and enjoyed a 97% approval rating, not just in America but Canada, Australia and Great Britain as well.

Before this, this same crowd cheered on the father, Operation Desert Storm.  We now know that war, to save the despots of Kuwait, a slave state, from Iraq, was very much another farce.  America had authorized Saddam to move into Kuwait as Ron Paul tells congress.

A short time afterwards, beneath a UN authorized “no fly zone,” thousands of Kurds were murdered, killed because they had risen in support of that President Bush, killed because they had relied upon American promises and American decency. (British, Canadian and Australian decency also) The Turks wanted the Kurds “thinned out” so Bush did nothing.

Nobody said a word, why?


The internet is filled with tales of American and British oil companies trying to overthrow Gaddafi and “move in.”  First they would have to move BP and Halliburton out.  They have controlled Libya, them and 300 other British and American companies since 2004.

Then, of course, President Obama must be under the direct control of the oil companies, mustn’t he?  During the last election, the oil companies threw their billions behind John McCain.  The oil companies are 100% “neocon,” and 100% rabidly opposed to President Obama.

Then we have Gaddafi as the head of a “democratic” government, a popular “nationalist” leader.  Gaddafi took over in 1969 through a military coup.  He has never stood for election nor allowed a constitution.  Libya has a hand picked party congress, 2700 members, who meet periodically.  In truth, Gaddafi is a Marxist but flexible enough to use his oil billions to buy a circle of friends.

Libya has an odd record on human rights.  There is no constitution, no system of justice, Libya is a Marxist police state every bit that of North Korea.  In fact, Libya has an interesting group of friends, according to this report from the New York Times: Algeria , Qatar, Syrian Arab Republic, North Korea, Bahrain , Iraq , Saudi Arabia , Tunisia , Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Cuba, Egypt (Gaddafi loves Mubarak but hates Egypt…curious), The Islamic Republic of Iran and Myanmar.


Sami Jamil Jadallah’s analysis in Palestinian Note adds an aspect of reality and accurate historical context in presenting an alternative motive to explain President Obama’s relative “late” move to aid rebels in Libya:

The delay, which seems coming as a result of Israeli intervention allowed Gaddafi to gain the upper hand using his air and tank force to attack cities, towns and people with impunity. Any action the US takes now will for sure comes too late for the millions of Libyan people who were looking for the “world community” to come to their assistance, not in terms of sending troops into Libya but through neutralizing Muammar air and tank force. At least giving the people an even chance to win the war of liberation.

According to news reports, Gaddafi with the help of Israeli embassies in Sub-Sahel have been heavily engaged in recruiting veteran African mercenaries and their Israeli handlers to fight on the side of Gaddafi forces terrorizing the people. This is in addition to neutralizing US political efforts to support to Libyan people.

One has to ask when the US ever needed UN Security Council for any thing it wants to do? It has engaged in many military campaigns and invasions without the authorization of UNSC. Using UNSC is only a tactical maneuver on the part of the US to allow Gaddafi to gain the upper hand, and then come out and says, “well we tried but other members of UNSC did not go along”. Once again, Israel using its influence over Washington was able to abort the people fight for liberation and freedom.

This should remind us of US decision to abandon the people of South Iraq when they rose against Saddam Hussain after the First Gulf War. George Bush the father and his commander on the ground General Schwarzkopf did not intervene and enforce a no fly zone over South Iraq. This allowed Saddam to use helicopters to wipe out entire towns and kill tens of thousands of Iraqis in the first credible uprising against Saddam Hussain. Then the excuse was that helicopters were not included in the no fly zone. For sure Bush and his commanders should have anticipated Saddam use of helicopter to take revenge on the people of the south.

What we see today is no different from the past. Once again, the US abandoned the people midway through an uprising. Egypt and Tunisia were a different story since the army stood on the side and Bin Ali and Hosni Mubarak failed to influence military commanders to take on the people.


Gaddafi and his “friends” are waging information warfare at every imaginable level.  Foreign intervention began in Libya 24 hours after the first demonstrations when Gaddafi ran to Tel Aviv for help.  However, reporting Israeli intervention is “Antisemitism” and will never be seen nor heard, not even on Al Jazeera, the supposed “Islam friendly” news network.  “Al Jaz’s” coverage has, at times, been all that’s out there but the spin deeply parallels Murdoch’s Fox News when examined carefully.

There is, in fact, no honest coverage at all and absolutely no evidentiary basis for anything expressed on Libya.  The “analysis,” is all easy to sort out, a hodgepodge of “outsiders” honestly trying to make sense of it all with nothing to work from and others, the “alternative media,” steeped in America hate and a desire to find a “bandwagon” to jump on for a bit of narcissistic “slimelight.”

Information management, Gaddafi’s theatrics with the press, staged morgue visits, his “victimization” game learned from Israel, is only part of it. As Jim W. Dean had just told me, the video’s from Tripoli remind him of Israel’s fictional video of the Mavi Marmara.  Falk and some, not all but some, journalists including those enjoying Gaddafi hospitality, bought in on the theatrics.  For those who don’t remember the phony videos of the Israeli attack on the Mavi Marmara:






The views expressed herein are the views of the author exclusively and not necessarily the views of VT, VT authors, affiliates, advertisers, sponsors, partners, technicians, or the Veterans Today Network and its assigns. LEGAL NOTICE - COMMENT POLICY

Posted by on March 21, 2011, With Reads Filed under Veterans. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can skip to the end and leave a response. Pinging is currently not allowed.

62 Responses to "LIBYA, A WAR OF LIES"

  1. Ken Rechtstein  March 26, 2011 at 6:30 pm

    What if… all the spin we are being fed, including the attack on Libya by the Israel managed USA-GB-France, are:

    1) The biggest ever DIVERSION-DECEPTION to keep us UNFOCUSED from 9/11 and the need to pursue the ISSUE together with holding accountable the BANKSTERS responsible for the MEGA PONZI SCHEME-FRAUD of 2008?

    2) The most devious-deceitful con event, staged to releague the Wikileaks disclosures to a backyard plan?

    3) A clever designed scheme to get rid of the Arab puppets put in place by the Zion Talmudic Mafia managed USA (aka CIA-State Department, because they have become too EXPERIENCED in how the USA operates-manipulates and play one ruler against the other and ditch old Assets (Shah of Iran-Saddam-Hariri-Musharraf-Benzair Bhuto, etc.)?

    Bottom line is that Gaddafi never attacked or challenged the USA, but sure he was using the money power, same way the Zion Talmudic Mafia does… to buy “Politicians” and that is what the Power Configuration finds UNACCEPTABLE…

    Using the same methods as the Zios to have a say seems to be Gaddafi’s capital crime and that’s why he has to go.

    I think that the USA is making Gaddafi pay for his having be able to turn Berlusconi around and maybe he did a mistake trying to play Sarkozy AGAINST the Israel managed USA. Sarkozy is a MOSSAD agent and the biggest opportunist on earth: He sold him out to the English and his friends in the AIPAC-CRIF. The decision was then made to get rid of Gaddafi, using as an excuse the smoke screen of “Arab Revolution on the making”.

    • Gordon Duff  March 26, 2011 at 6:32 pm

      interesting stuff

  2. CHE  March 25, 2011 at 7:21 pm

    On 25 March 2011, at we learn that French plans to topple Gaddafi have been on track since last November

    From this we learn:

    According to Italian journalist Franco Bechis, plans to spark the Benghazi rebellion were initiated by the French intelligence services in November 2010.

    This revelation has the blessing of the Italian secret services.

    Timeline of events

    October 6, 2010

    Former Gaddafi supporter Nouri Mesmari, working with the French secret service, is to mastermind the revolution against Gaddafi.

    Documents on this have been leaked to the Italian newspaper Libero.

    Mesmari gives the French much information about the Gaddafi regime.

    October 20, 2010

    Mesmari, under the protection of French secret services, heads to France.

    He has several top secret meetings with secret service agents and other top people close to Nicolas Sarkozy.

    November 18, 2010

    A French ‘commercial’ delegation leaves for Benghazi.

    In the delegation there are officials from the Ministry of Agriculture and representitives from Cam Cereals, France Export Cereals, Cargill, Glencore, France Agrimer, Soufflet, Louis Dreyfous, and Comagra.

    Among the delegation, posing as government officials, there are French secret service agents and military staff.

    Their ‘business’ is meeting army officers ready to defect from the Libyan army.

    While in Benghazi, contact is made with Libyan air defence colonel, Abdallah Gehani.

    Israeli plane in Libya? Secrecy surrounds pilot and weapons officer in F-15 crash

    November 28, 2010

    An international warrant of arrest is issued by the Libyan government for Nouri Mesrami.

    Foreign Minister Musa Koussa is held responsible for the defection of Mesrami and his passport is withdrawn by the authorities.

    December 2, 2010

    Muammar Gaddafi sends messages to Nouri Mesrami to win him back saying that he forgives him for what he did and invites him back to Libya.

    December 23, 2010

    A delegation of Libyans arrives in Paris for meetings with Mesrami and other French officials.

    The Libyans are Ali Ounes Mansouri, Farj Charrant and Fathi Boukhris.

    These three men will be known later, together with Ali Hajj, as leaders of the revolution, that started from Benghazi.

    The Libyan delegation together with Mesrami and French military and secret service personnel dine at an elegant French restaurant at the Champs Elisée.

    Decmber 25 – 31, 2010

    ” The situation in Benghazi is boiling”.

    Januray 22, 2011

    Protests turn into clashes and army officials desert.

    The rebels capture important cities.

    The French government is the first European state to recognise the new Libyan National Council and establish diplomatic relations.


    Sarkozy and Gadaffi were keen on doing military deals worth billions of Euros, before they fell out, according to the Telegraph

    ‘Libya funded Sarkozy’s election campaign’

    On 25 March 2011, The Guardian has an article entitled: Libya remembers, we forget: these bombs are not the first

    From this we learn:

    “The world’s first aerial bombing campaign took place in Libya … in September 1911.”

    The Italians bombed Libya, hoping to make it part of their empire.

    The Italians carried out “the deliberate destruction of villages, wells and herds with force.

    “Nearly 100,000 people were interned or deported, and thousands died of disease or malnutrition in labour camps.

    “Italian planes … dropped mustard gas in defiance of the 1925 Geneva protocol…

    “The Italians … devastated the old pastoral economy, and depopulated much of the land…”

    After World War II, Libya’s new British-backed king, Idris was eventually replaced by Colonel Gaddafi.

    “Gaddafi ordered British and American air bases to close and kicked out the 20,000 Italians still living in the country, nationalising their property…

    “Two years after forcing the Italians to leave, the socialist Gaddafi was inviting Italian corporations back in, turning the former colonial oppressor into Libya’s chief European business partner…

    “The Libyans … will remember what we have forgotten – that these planes are not the first…”

  3. CHE  March 25, 2011 at 6:19 pm

    Friday, March 25, 2011

    At there is an article entitled “Sarkozy declared war on Italy”

    “Ma quale Gheddafi! Sarkò ha dichiarato guerra all’Italia”

    According to this article:
    For three years French President Nicolas Sarkozy was extremely keen to sell to Libya:

    (1) an entire fleet of Dassault fighter aircraft

    (2) nuclear plants in and around Tripoli.

    These sales were discussed by Sarkozy and Gaddafi in December 2007 in Paris.

    As it turned out, Gaddafi bought very little from France.

    Gaddafi bought from Russia and Italy.

    Sarkozy frothed with rage.

    Now France is bombing Libya.

    France is bombing the planes Gaddafi bought from Russia.

  4. Peter  March 25, 2011 at 3:09 pm

    Whor are the rebels in Libya? … is it true?

  5. Iz  March 25, 2011 at 5:53 am

    “In today’s upside-down world, if your head isn’t above the clouds, it’s in the clouds”

    Duff, you need to dig deeper. If you can’t see that the same puppet-masters run both parties and every president, you will misconstrue the pieces of the puzzle and make Picasso look coherent…which is what you’ve done in this article.
    Saying the oil companies hate Obama is just – strange. And pointless.
    The oil companies are but one tentacle on one arm of the loco-octopus.

  6. CHE  March 23, 2011 at 4:36 am

    Wednesday, March 23, 2011

    The people opposing Gaddafi are the CIA’s al Qaeda.

    The Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG) has been an affiliate of al-Qaida.

    (Libyan rebellion has radical Islamist fervor.)

    Top al-Qaida member Abu Yahya al-Libi, above, has been an LIFG member.

    On 18 March 2011, a Daily Telegraph (UK) article tells us that in Libya: the West and al-Qaeda are on the same side‎

    “An al-Qaeda leader of Libyan origin, Abu Yahya al-Libi, released a statement backing the (Libyan) insurrection a week ago…”

    US government “cables … identified Dernah (in Libya) in particular as a breeding ground for fighters in a number of causes, including Afghanistan and Iraq.

    “Col Gaddafi has pinpointed the rebels in Dernah as being led by an al-Qaeda cell that has declared the town an Islamic emirate…

    “The man running Dernah’s defences, Abdelkarim al-Hasadi, was arrested by US forces in Afghanistan in 2002…”

    The military chief of the opposition National Council “is Abdul Fattah Younis al-Obeidi” who “worked with the SAS…”

    I discovered, hidden in my ‘spam’ box, a number of useful comments. They have now been ‘published’. Sorry about the delay.

    Below are two such comments, which just happen to be about CIA terrorism:

    Website for this image

    1. Bravo for raising concerns about CIA support for the Baloch separatist movement.

    I believe this is well-supported by the evidence.

    It seems to me that the government of Pakistan has only discussed this sensitive issue in closed door sessions, but since Davis’ arrest, more retired generals and ISI agents are speaking out about it:

    The Pentagon makes no secret (via unclassified documents widely available on the Internet) of their desire to see energy and mineral rich Balochistan secede from Pakistan to become a US client state – just like energy and mineral rich Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and the other former Soviet republics.

    Moreover there’s no way to ascertain whether random acts of terror in the border regions are caused by the Taliban, Al Qaeda or the CIA-funded BLA.

    However there’s no question that CIA-sponsored BLA terrorism is responsible for much of the violence – especially around the Chinese-built port in Gwadar, Pakistan (employed to offload Iranian oil destined for China).

    Given that Iran and China are major political/economic rivals, it’s a pity the US media fails to report on any of this.

    I blog about this at “Our CIA freedom fighters in Pakistan”

    By Dr Stuart Jeanne Bramhall on RAYMOND DAVIS & ARRESTS OF VICTIMS on 19/03/11

    A Libyan living in the UK, Al-Bashir Mohammed Al-Faqih was convicted in the UK of ‘terrorism’ offences. Reportedly he is linked to the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group.

    2. The Libyan Islamic Fighting Group which began the uprisings:

    An analytical report is available for download from the NEFA Foundation website focusing on the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG), authored by NEFA Senior Investigator Evan Kohlmann (with NEFA Senior Analyst Josh Lefkowitz).

    This document is based upon an expert witness report filed in 2007 on behalf of Scotland Yard’s SO-15 Counter Terrorism Command and the U.K. Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) during Operation Cavern (Regina v. Al Bashir Mohammed al-Faqih).

    In July 2007, Mr. al-Faqih pleaded guilty to two counts of possessing a document or record containing information of a kind likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism—specifically documents demonstrating how to fabricate explosives and set up a terror cell.

    The report is divided into the following sections: Part I: Origins in the 1980s Part II: Exile in the Sudan (1992-1995) Part III: The Libyan Theater (1990-1997) Part IV: A Return to Jihad in Afghanistan (1998-2001) Part V: The LIFG and the Contemporary War on Terrorism.

    Additionally, the report includes an appendix featuring an actual personnel form completed by recruits seeking to enlist in courses offered at the LIFG-run “Abu Yahya al-Liby” terrorist training camp near Kabul, Afghanistan in 2000-2001.

    By Anonymous on GADDAFI, SADDAM AND THE CIA on 06/03/11

    Child injured by US-NATO bombing in Afghanistan.

    On 22nd March 2011 we learn that in Libya, a US chopper has shot 6 pro-American villagers including a boy who may have to have his leg amputated.

    “Six Libyan villagers are recovering in hospital after being shot by American soldiers coming in to rescue the U.S. pilots whose plane crash-landed in a field.

    “The locals, who had come to greet the pilots, were hit – among them a young boy who may have to have a leg amputated because of injuries caused by a bullet wound…

    “Channel Four’s International Editor Lindsey Hilsum confirmed the civilian casualties…”

    (Six Libyan villagers shot by US team rescuing pilot – Channel 4 News)

  7. AS  March 22, 2011 at 10:59 am

    right Gordon, if libyan people take full control then Us, uk, isral france and italy spain will be out of the picture that’s why they are there …

    • Gordon Duff  March 22, 2011 at 11:05 am


  8. AS  March 22, 2011 at 10:58 am

    rebels backed saudis and trained by egyptian…. but not under 100% control…. you’ll see when Al Qaeddai will disappear from the scene…then israel will come with the same plan as they used in Iraq, kill western troops blamethe rel resistance and start a dirty war in all north Africa…

  9. Gordon Duff  March 22, 2011 at 8:12 am

    libyan oil has been controlled by the US and Britain since 2004….damn it, start paying attention.

  10. Gordon Duff  March 22, 2011 at 8:11 am

    total bull
    i can’t believe you are falling for this Israeli crap

  11. rachel  March 22, 2011 at 5:58 am

    I can’t help but feel like the lybia thing is a springboard for something else.

  12. Zitawi  March 22, 2011 at 5:55 am

    Its disturbing. Again you guys need to develop a forum and invite me to it.

  13. The Anti-Bush  March 22, 2011 at 4:34 am

    I don’t think Obama suddenly switched to the “good” side, and with scum like Bolton and McCain making anti-Gaddafi statements, there must be something else going on.

    Here’s what I think is happening:

    Gaddafi clearly is the puppet of the US+UK+Israel.

    However, when the people started to revolt against him, it became clear to them that Gaddafi wouldn’t be able to control the country for much longer. They feared that either the revolt would succeed, or at some point not too far in the future, Gaddafi would die of old age and the people would make sure he would be replaced by someone more reasonable.

    They decided there’s not much they can do to prevent that, so now they’ve decided to play both sides in order to make sure whatever the outcome is, they’d still be in control of Libya’s oil.

    Israel keeps officially backing Gaddafi so if he remains in power and his son takes over after his death, all is well for them.
    US+UK+a few others start supporting the rebels, so if the revolution succeeds or Gaddafi dies and a more reasonable leader takes over, they’ll have to be grateful, and in return will give them control over the oil, and all is well for them as well.

    Of course if I’m right and the rebels realize what’s going on, all bets are off…

  14. Bill  March 22, 2011 at 3:20 am

    I would think some of you would get tired of going back and forth like you do…but, then again, w/the economy as crappy as it is a lot of people evidently have too much time.

  15. Zitawi  March 22, 2011 at 1:21 am

    Serious kudos, I like this article and I think it’s one of your best. Good way of tying in all the different perspectives and articulating the whole picture for everyone to see. I have been getting turned off by the comments on this site and their constant cries for conspiracy for the sake of conspiracy. This site attracts truth seekers, I think the average reader of your site is perplexed by the world they live in and are hungry for a world that is fairer for our progeny to inherent. However the change we are looking for will not be sudden but will come about incrementally, one battle at a time. As such a win for any of the disenfranchised is a win for us all. The snow ball of momentum may begin rolling in the other direction. The age of run amuck corporate greed may have climaxed with the Bush area and there is no way for it to go now but down.

  16. John  March 22, 2011 at 12:26 am

    “Then we have Gaddafi as the head of a “democratic” government, a popular “nationalist” leader. Gaddafi took over in 1969 through a military coup. He has never stood for election nor allowed a constitution. Libya has a hand picked party congress, 2700 members, who meet periodically.”

    So what? That’s THEIR right and THEIR business–not ours. This attack is illegal and unneeded!

    “Looks like the PNAC, or Project for A New American Century, agenda of 1997 is rolling along as planned. Just as has been outlined by other think tanks, Illuminati writers and social programmers.

    But a blind world reels on the defensive when they could have known what was coming all along. Notice, mind you, that the portrayal of an unstable middle east includes every “rogue” nation BUT Israel. Israel oddly enough is never “on the table” for discussion, when in fact they are the fomentors and co-creators of the entire “terrorist” threat fabrication.”

  17. johng  March 21, 2011 at 10:32 pm

    You’ve lost me Gordon. This is just silly. They suckered him. Now they have all Libya’s forex and a cassus belli for an invasion and seizure of the cheapest oil on earth.

    Sometimes game theory is simpler than you make it.

    • John  March 22, 2011 at 12:48 am

      It’s NOT about oil but the illegal Zionist state’s interests. PERIOD!


    • AS  March 22, 2011 at 10:55 am

      exact john… the new ME is israel’s plan

    • johng  March 22, 2011 at 12:53 pm

      Who drives who is a matter of debate but I’d suggest that the elite interests of both coincide and intertwine. Control of cheap energy i.e. the ability to thwart “rival” powers’access to both raw resources and future markets is key to maintaining Anglo-US elite dominance and the zionist state’s existence.

      The peoples’ interests don’t enter into elite calculations in the long view. The American people are finished. All the capital is moving back to Eurasia, so the elite banking/corporate interests wish to control and dominate energy, currency and raw materials.

  18. CHE  March 21, 2011 at 6:07 pm

    It is not because “Israel” is quiet that it is not more than involved up to its ears in this here and there.

    In fact when Israel is quiet is when it is the most involved..Deception oblige..!

    The fact that the “empire” is involved means that Israel willed it and it is part of its plans which we surmise and will see confirmed as they keep unfolding daily ever so clearly since their 9/11 master-stroke on the american-cattle-goyim-fools…

    We know that no geostrategy or US foreign policy can exist which is not drafted by the talmudist “artists” with goal the advent of their king-Rothschild’s “iron-rod” world slavery domination as ordered by their g-d,the unspoken devil…

    Today Israel runs and owns nearly everything in the world like Rome did the Mediterranean. Nobody friend or foe alike can survive without dealing with her somehow. Nor can any american president disobey her a bit on fear of assassination like Kennedy or blackmail like Clinton with Lewinsky;;;

    • Max Stihl  March 22, 2011 at 9:06 am

      “Nor can any american president disobey her a bit on fear of assassination like Kennedy or blackmail like Clinton with Lewinsky;;;”

      It looks like Qaddafi agrees with Michael Colins Piper’s thesis in his book, “Final Judgment” as well as Mordechai Vanunu concerning JFK’s demise assuming the following translation is correct.

  19. johng  March 21, 2011 at 5:57 pm


  20. Cy Klonbee  March 21, 2011 at 5:36 pm

    An interesting take on current events in the Middle East & N. Africa…

    Conspiracy Theory or Game Theory 403? Is there nothing new under the Sun?

    Cy in ID

    • CHE  March 21, 2011 at 7:28 pm

      MR Cy Klonbee : your link

      is so excellent!!!

      a little piece here:

      “The Anglo-American Empire is now undergoing a collapse phase, although not caused by debt as claimed by the reactionary academic and imperialist planner Niall Ferguson at the “Aspen Ideas Festival” last July – a gathering where calls were raised for an immediate attack on Iran.1 The overthrow of existing governments and the breakup of existing national states, wherever possible, is intended to put the brakes on this collapse by preventing the national states from taking timely political action to save themselves from the imperialist shipwreck by defecting to other power centers, reversing existing alliances. The Anglo-American plan is for a super-national empire over the planet, with a neo-feudal war of all against all on the ground.”

    • CHE  March 21, 2011 at 7:34 pm

      and “Libya’s Col. Qaddafi, once the destabilization of Libya had begun, was the most explicit, announcing that he would play several cards, ousting the west, and turning instead to China, Russia, India, and Brazil.2 Qaddafi had also been cooperating with Belarus, whose leader President Lukashenko is vilified by the US as the last dictator in Europe. Belarus provides a good example of how dangerous this game can quickly become. It will be recalled that in November 2004, the US-backed mob rule of the Orange Revolution in Ukraine led to a situation where the eastern provinces of that country were threatening to secede in protest against the NATO-IMF coup of Yushchenko and Timoshenko, while Kiev threatened to impose its dictates by force.”

  21. Syd Walker  March 21, 2011 at 4:58 pm

    More questions Gordon. In 2010, Libya was ranked No 1 in Africa on the UNDP’s ‘Human Development Index’, a more subtle measurement of human well-being than GDP per capita that takes into account distribution of wealth and other factors.

    That seems a remarkable achievment for a Government led by the latest re-incarnation of Attila the Hun. How did that happen? How likely is it that Libya will retain that proud ranking after it has been ‘Iraqified’?

    110 cruise missiles were fired on night one to “protect civilians”. How many more? Will the bombs dropped on Libya cause birth defects and cancer as in Fallujah, or are ‘we’ using nice bombs this time?

    I’ll pause there for now, awaiting answers…

    • Gordon Duff  March 21, 2011 at 5:14 pm

      what part of ‘massive uprising to overthrow the tyrant’ did you miss?

    • Syd Walker  March 21, 2011 at 6:56 pm

      Gordon, that’s no answer at all to my question.

      I understand that there was recently a ‘massive uprising’ in Wisconsin against a Governor many people believe to be a tyrant. Does that entitle other nations to intervene, imposing a NFZ and firing cruise missiles near to the Governor’s mansion?

      It was wholly reasonable for outsiders like you and me to demand a non-violent response to protests from the Governments of Tunisia and Egypt, because protests in those countries were overwhelmingly non-violent. But in Liyba, what’s happened seems significantly different. Whether or not intial protests against Gaddafi were peaceful, it very quickly turned into armed insurrection and civil war. The protestors in Libya are not students with flowers. They are armed. They have seized territory. They include army defectors. They have likely been schooled by western advisors.

      Under those circumstances, demanding a non-violent response from Gaddafi was, plain and simple, a trick to put him in a no-win situation.

      Hence Gaddafi’s demand for UN Observers so the truth about atrocities on both sides could be properly assessed.

      The only reason for rejecting his offer/request that I can think of is that Gaddafi’s opponents have more to hide than he does. But you may know better… in which case why not share your wisdom with the rest of us? Tell us why it’s actually better not to have UN servers on the ground in Libya, as demanded by the Gaddafi Government since February?

    • Gordon Duff  March 21, 2011 at 7:01 pm

      gaddafi has no standing at the UN
      his entire delegation called for him to step down
      there was a trick on gaddafi..the arrest of his son
      there are two games are missing one..
      and the are on the wrong side
      the rebels are just that..the mass of libya’s population
      those “with him” according to OUR FOLKS IN TRIPLOLI are staged demonstrations by paid supporters
      we checked
      we have people there
      same as with israel/gaza/lebanon/iraq/afghanistan/pakistan….etc
      you are spouting information with no credible source…
      when you can show me proof that the folks there are all members of a military cult…please do
      we know better
      in fact, the stories about military units that defected are largely made up
      you been suckered
      and now..are repeating wild conspiracy theory without any backing or substance

    • Garibaldi  March 21, 2011 at 11:10 pm

      …speaking of lies after lies upon lies out of Libya, I was a little surprised you didn’t get around to mentioning the “voluntary human shields” hype of late. After all the initial brouhaha about this supposed ongoing phenomenon in Tripoli (hosted on NPR and elsewhere), now it would appear that Murdoch (the REAL man behind the curtain) has finally gotten a hold of it, but he’s getting his itchy little fingers burned in the process…I just thought this latest episode with Nic Robertson was a perfect example of what your fine article is all about. (So HTF is anybody plugged into media supposed to have the foggiest idea whatsoever WTF is really going on in Libya??) A current case in point-(video)
      some earlier reports:

    • Garibaldi  March 21, 2011 at 11:30 pm

      Here’s a recent report from FOX with a snip of video I forgot to add above-

  22. Syd Walker  March 21, 2011 at 4:52 pm

    Hi Gordon

    Not once have I heard any supporter of the UNSC-endorsed, western enforced armed assault on Libya provide an answer to this simple question:

    If the bombastic states whose voice is dominant in the UNSC are really so concerned about civilians in Libya, why have repeated requests from the Libyan Government for UN observers on the ground been brushed aside without explanation?

    Perhaps you can be the first to explain that? (It’s an open challenge)

    Until I get an answer to that question, forgive me some scepticism. Why, anyone with a suspicious mind might imagine the western serial aggressors are trying to maintain their virtual monopoly of information flow from Libya, so only the Gadaffi Government’s ‘atrocities’ get reported throughout the world while the armed insurrectionists (and western bombs) continue their astonishing record of not causing civilian casualties?

    • Gordon Duff  March 21, 2011 at 5:14 pm

      you mean “hostages?”

    • Gordon Duff  March 21, 2011 at 5:24 pm

      i do note that you fail to address my concerns
      your depiction of news coverage isn’t accurate….Israel threw its press behind gaddafi on day one
      which includes the US networks and newspapers are right..the rebels are all cia and oil company employees pretending to be rebels
      egypt never happened
      none of it
      you are being duped by israeli propaganda

    • Syd Walker  March 21, 2011 at 6:43 pm

      Gordon, thanks for your reply.

      It is precisely because of competing and very different narratives about what’s going on in Libya that UN Observers would make a crucial difference. They could help sift truthful claims from lies.

      Which side of a dispute usually rejects impartial external observers? The side with most to hide? Or the side with least to hide? The side that’s currently being defamed? Or the side that’s currently enjoying a dream run from the western mass media?

      Regarding the suggestion that Libya is really behind the Gaddafi regime, I’ve seen that suggestion made elsewher, such as Mike Rivero’s website. Sorry, but I think it’s utterly absurd. If Israel wants Gaddafi’s regime to survive, doesn’t it strike you as passing strange that the Zionist media are gunning for him?

      I think it might strike you readers that way Gordon.

    • Gordon Duff  March 21, 2011 at 6:54 pm

      The only end game that matters is supporting the very real democratic movements that so much of the real and phony conspiracy press try to sell as cia inspired.
      then…we can hope the same spirit hits israel or
      we seem to be getting it in michigan, ohio and wisconsin…after being nazi-tbagged to death

    • Nureddin Sabir  March 22, 2011 at 12:31 pm

      Syd: Observers to do what exactly? I am replying to you as a Libyan with direct relatives in the areas of Libya that have worse suffered, and are suffering the absolute worst, as a result of Gaddafi’s onslaught on civilians. As I write this very minute, Gaddafi’s forces are mass-murdering civilians in Misrata and Zintan using tanks and Grad multiple rocket launchers. Forty innocent civilians were killed in Misrata just today and 289 injured after Gaddafi troops launcked multiple rockets on a residential area. All of this is AFTER Gaddafi declared two ceasefires. It is happening right now. When you are dealing with a psychopath who’s only game is to play for time, why waste time with sending observers? You are not a Libyan and your people and relatives are not suffering. If you were, you wouldn’t be asking questions like this.

    • Gordon Duff  March 22, 2011 at 12:32 pm

      You are replying to someone assigned by Israel to monitor the site.
      We have had several..I call them “spammers” here recently.
      This is the dumbest of the lot.

    • peter  March 25, 2011 at 6:47 am

      You wrote…All of this is AFTER Gaddafi declared two ceasefires….why did this action carry on? Disregarding Gaddafis order if he is CIC…maybe they are not under Gaddafis control….maybe another party (man in the middle) has the control…a 5th column…after all it has been written that Gaddafis elite brigade is conspicuous by its absence…like they are somehow NOT fighting or defending…there are many moves on the chess board!

  23. spktruth200  March 21, 2011 at 4:09 pm

    Prof. Francis Boyle who authored the Impeachment articles against George WAR Bush et al, says, what Obama has done warrants his impeachment. Dennis Kucinch, and two other outspoken democrats are pushing for Obama to come to Congress and get a vote. Of course, like all presidents since WW2, they have ignored the Constitution wherein ONLY Congress can declare war. A no fly zone over a soverign nation is itself an act of war. Obama can claim we are getting out in a few days, but how is that possible. He let the zionist Clinton, and Susan Rice overshadow him as he went along with them to bomb Libya. It was just reported in one day the US spent $100 billion dollars on this numbskull adventure. So when they say America is broke, hell no, dont buy it. We arent broke, we have plenty of money to wage war when oil happens to be under the feet of some muslims. If this were a humanitarian event, why didnt they stop Darfur? Or stop zionist Israel from repeated attacks on Palestinans. This is such unmitigated bullshit, its makes me sick to think of this country has such demonic and sadist hypocrits, they would expect the public to buy everything they sell. Obama will regret this action.

    • Gordon Duff  March 21, 2011 at 4:29 pm

      Funny thing, the first intervention in Libya was Israel.
      Why have you conveniently written the only provable issue out of your analysis?
      You need a bigger hammer to get those square pegs into the round holes.

    • CHE  March 21, 2011 at 5:27 pm

      What you still don’t understand Gordon is that Israel(Usrael now) allways plays both sides of a conflict for various material/immaterial profits for short or long terms or just for cash or diversion.

      They even set-up the actors,the stage and decor..

      Who knows here that the whole 20 years bloody Sri-lankan civil was totally set-up by mossad, both sides of it,just for cash; it had nothing to do with Palestine,Israel or the middle east..

      Now Gordon Duff keeps mentionning tha “Gaddafi had contacts with Israel” so what? and what is the other side of it? You think Israel/usrael is not on the other side too? If it is not the main director of this new comedy? So you are calling for the removal of Gaddafi,why not Netanyahu? Or Israel all at once like Gilad Atzmon, Vanunu and other knowledgeable enlightened concerned israelis?

      Not that Gaddafi is an angel but this is all smoke and dust in the eyes to avoid the real issues behind this;;;…and this why this is played/as a diversion for opinion makers as discerning as you to bite into it;;

      Why “Odyssey-Dawn”? Yes the dawn of the Nato odyssey of WW3 war-of-terror for Rothschild enthroning PNAC’s “full spectrum dominance”;

      You knew and I know that the piece of cake is Iran prelude to the Russia/China final meal already under permanent HAARP their new deception WMD attacks at periphery and inside…

      Reading mossad agent Victor Ostrovsky’s “By way of deception” or “The other side of deception” and at least the Talmud-(the master-plan-book of fraud and deception which together with the Thorat makes Hitler’s Mein Kampf sound like “Snow-White and the seven dwarfs”)

      When/how the removal of Usrael???

    • Gordon Duff  March 21, 2011 at 5:33 pm

      i work from the best info i can
      none of it from the media
      i am the guy who broke the story on israel’s double involvement
      hey…our friends in israel are sending us a deluge of pro-gaddafi posters who go straight into spam
      defending israel and gaddafi goes hand in hand

    • AS  March 22, 2011 at 10:51 am

      good article Gordon… if they want to kill Al Qaeddafi they would have done it… they just laucnh this wa because they fear no to control the ground or the heart of the libyan revolutionnaries… which mean Egypt, Algeria sharing big pat of the oil shares instead of BP, total, exxon etc… simple panths here… if the kill Al Qaeddafi they would have to leave immediately after… so they won’t be able to dictate their orders to the council in Benghazi… even if they control the main clan ruling it… sands are moving fast.

      Where is the Al Qaeddafi soze ?

    • Gordon Duff  March 22, 2011 at 10:53 am

      check shamir’s work today…

      the US is in Libya because we are afraid of Egypt…

      you will love it

    • A Prien  March 22, 2011 at 6:45 pm

      Sorry, Gordon, he hasn’t left out anything, and is spot on about what’s going down.

      As things are going, I do note, however, the chess game has moved beyond the opening moves. The three gangsters are on their own. Germany has withdrawn all her forces from the operation . Turkey has vetoed NATO involvement. Cameron is now scrambling to keep his “coalition” together. The SC members who abstained are denouncing the operation. Obama ran off to another continent to avoid having to explain his crimes.

      I really do love it when a plan comes together.


  24. AdeUK  March 21, 2011 at 3:52 pm

  25. Doug  March 21, 2011 at 3:36 pm

    The NATO air and missile strikes appear to be changing the program for Gaddafi. This has energized the rebel movement. If he is smart he will exit stage left for some friendly retreat, but, I think that this man is irrational and will not make a rational decision. From the mainstream news, it appears that the rebels are happy about the airstrikes and have not asked for troops on the ground to support their
    movement. Great article, Doug

    • Gordon Duff  March 21, 2011 at 4:31 pm

      It is also helping us tell “who is who”
      I do so hate it when the conspiracy crowd leaves me behind…on their quest for planets beyond the asteroid belt.

  26. A Prien  March 21, 2011 at 3:20 pm

    Except, of course, your entire argument is annihilated by the provision of the UN Charter that declares “Nothing contained in the present Charter shall authorize the United Nations to intervene in matters which are essentially within the domestic jurisdiction of any state or shall require the Members to submit such matters to settlement under the present Charter; but this principle shall not prejudice the application of enforcement measures under Chapter VII.” The exception to that principle does not, of course mean that any action pursuant to that section that includes the use of force against a member state is okay because if it did, it would itself destroy the principle. That’s because actions under that Article relate to threat to international peace. The internal affairs of a country are NEVER a threat to INTERNATIONAL peace unless the warmongers choose to make it so. No, the exception to the inviolability of member states regarding their internal affairs pursuant to Article VII simply and sensibly means that if there is a threat to international peace by some state that has breached the peace, then measures taken by the UN to restore the peace that would impact on the internal affairs of that state shall not be precluded by the article on the inviolability of the internal affairs of a state. So the except simply means that non-interference provision does not trump the actions authorized to restore genuine breaches of the peace in international affairs.

    So all your argument for intervening in Libya’s internal affairs are a violation of the inviolability of the internal affairs of member states to any action under the UN charter except for maintaining INTERNATIONAL peace, and any such action undertaken under the guise of UN authorization is in itself a breach of the charter and of internal law and peace, turning you into a war criminal.


    • Nelson_2008  March 21, 2011 at 8:37 pm

      Yep the UN has completely disgraced itself with this manifest violation of it’s own Charter (to the extent that there was anything left to disgrace in the first place, that is).

      It’d almost be funny, if it wasn’t so pathetic.

      Having gone from ineffective to irrelevant to a shameless tool of ZOG imperialism, it’s long past time to get rid of this treacherous organization.

  27. CHE  March 21, 2011 at 2:39 pm


    U.S. airstrike on the village of Khanaqa. 200 killed. (Civilian Victims of United States’ Aerial Bombing of Afghanistan)

    In Libya, western planes have bombed Beir al-Osta Milad hospital in Tripoli. (Civilian casualties in Western strikes on Libya – state media)

    Thousands of Libyans have crowded into Gaddafi’s compound in Tripoli, to form a human shield against possible air strikes by the allied forces. The crowd includes many women. (Libyans form human chain against airstrikes by allied forces at Gaddafi’s compound )

    Early on 20 March 2011 it was reported that 48 people had so far been killed by the allies. (Libya pounded: many dead‎)

    UK Prime Monster David Cameron said “British forces are in action … to protect (kill) the Libyan people.” (Libya pounded: claims of dead‎

    On 14 March, two boys, aged 10 and 15, were watering their fields.

    They were killed in an air strike by NATO-led forces. (Website)

    After a fishing trip, a Marine and his young friend on crutches return to Hoa Hiep, Vietnam, by Co Rentmeester 1967

    Belgian Defence Minister Pieter De Crem told Belgian radio it would be necessary to maintain a military presence in Libya even after Gaddafi’s exit.

    He said that ‘The goal is the departure of the Gaddafi regime … This requires a Western presence even after the military strikes end’ (Belgium expects lengthy deployment, many casualties in Libya )

    aangirfan: Dr D. Ewen Cameron


    aangirfan: David Cameron – rich and well connected
    Posted by Anon at 9:17 AM 8 comments
    Email This BlogThis! Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Google Buzz
    Labels: Libya
    Saturday, March 19, 2011
    David Cameron. Website for this image

    On 19 March 2011, we learn that, in Libya, the rebels have broken the ceasefire.

    Libyan rebels have acknowledged that the warplane which crashed in flames in their Benghazi stronghold belonged to them.

    (Warplane shot down in Libyan rebel town of Benghazi belonged to rebels.)

    “Yes, it was one of the insurgents’ planes,” a senior rebel official told AFP.

    Gaddafi’s government have said that its armed forces were under attack west of the rebel-held stronghold of Benghazi and responded in self-defence.

    A Libyan government statement accused the rebels of using “a helicopter and a fighter jet to bomb the Libyan armed forces in blatant violation of the no-fly zone imposed by the UN Security Council.”

    So, the rebels, supported by the US and its allies, provide the excuse for an invasion.

    Military action against Libyan forces is under way as UK Prime Monster David Cameron declared that Gaddafi flouted the ceasefire. (Military action launched over Libya)

    According to Shashank Joshi, of the Royal United Services Institute (Benghazi attack by Gaddafi’s forces was ‘ploy to negate air …):

    Some of Gaddafi’s artillery and tanks are “intermingled with the urban infrastructure and civilian targets like schools and hospitals…”

    “British special forces units … are likely to be operating in the city to help ‘light up’ targets…

    Paul Smyth, founder of defence analysts R3I Consulting, said the greatest danger was “collateral damage”.


    • Gordon Duff  March 21, 2011 at 4:08 pm

      total fiction as usual

  28. Jon Jon  March 21, 2011 at 2:20 pm

    Dude this is priceless…


    The American peoples military is a tool, has been a tool, (for the very said folks) for a very long time …sooooo it don na really matter a whole hell of alot what the “American People” want ….cause they ain’ta gonna get it lessen they pull their heads out of their asses ….not one …or a few but all……

  29. Jon Jon  March 21, 2011 at 2:03 pm


    If you disagree whith what is plainly in front of you …wow….you are in serious trouble and can be of no help to the cause that articals like this endvor to.

    So seek guidance some how or just “PISS OFF”

    • Jon Jon  March 21, 2011 at 10:04 pm

      IngridB think about this for a min. “half of what you see and none of what you hear” ….
      the only real truth is truly “In the eye of the beholder” however one eye must sift trough all the debris of the day and then when digested, can behold a truth for ones own eye. And well the many eyes just don’t see it “eye to eye”

    • Jon Jon  March 22, 2011 at 12:02 am

      wow always thought that it was the ones self that has the final say in what or what not thy self will be exposed to……hmmmmmmmm

      Discerning people are supposed to take what “Duff” and every other ” reporter has to say and “discern” …….for them self….

      it is so easy to target anyone with the stone…..
      not so easy to find the target however …..

  30. Jon Jon  March 21, 2011 at 1:59 pm

    How does it fell for a so called “Most powerful man in the world” U.S Pres.
    to be the to be quite poweless…..its a stinger…..

  31. jc  March 21, 2011 at 12:47 pm

    A good article, however , that president did not have approval in Britain. The majority of the British people opposed the Iraq war and still do.

You must be logged in to post a comment Login

From Veterans Today Network