BBC Admits Anglosphere Destabilized Libya
January 19, 2012
Inside story of the UK’s secret mission to beat Gaddafi … British efforts to help topple Colonel Gaddafi were not limited to air strikes. On the ground − and on the quiet − special forces soldiers were blending in with rebel fighters. This is the previously untold account of the crucial part they played. The British campaign to overthrow Muammar Gaddafi’s regime had its public face − with aircraft dropping bombs, or Royal Navy ships appearing in Libyan waters, but it also had a secret aspect … In the end, though, British special forces were deployed on the ground in order to help the UK’s allies − the Libyan revolutionaries often called the National Transitional Council or NTC. Those with a knowledge of the programme insist “they did a tremendous job” and contributed to the final collapse of the Gaddafi regime.. – BBC Newsnight
Dominant Social Theme: Well … we Brits did play a role in destabilizing Gaddafi, after all. We’re admitting it now because success has many fathers, and we want to make sure we’re one of them. We can’t run an economy or sustain a world empire but we sure as heck can kill people, even top people, if we want to destabilize their regimes. Word up, eh!
Free-Market Analysis: And thus the Brits crow … again. Or to put it more precisely, the Anglosphere power elitethat is apparently behind much of this weary world’s destruction and bloodshed.
Why do they “allow” the release of this article on a functionary media of their own control (the BBC)? Because “they” are interested in ensuring that developing country politicos get the message. The Brits are back and if you don’t listen to ‘em, you could find yourself dead and lying in a meat freezer for three or four days until your body is dumped in the desert in an unmarked grave.