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Obama’s war was in fact unauthorized by Congress and therefore unconstitutional, the picture of the total moral breakdown of the US foreign policy is complete

Obama foreign policy financing the extermination of all blacks in Tripoli?


By —— Bio and Archives--August 31, 2011

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The blood of the ongoing murder of migrant blacks in Tripoli has a name on it many will never see: President Barack Obama and his Foreign Policy.

Gadaffi is gone; his family safely ensconced in Algeria and the Obama-supported rebels left in charge are now conducting a “large scale cleaning in the areas under their control with the extermination of all blacks in the capital”, according to The Independent.

Without the permission of Congress and minus the blessing of We the People, Obama took the US to war in Libya.  He sided with the rebels and ultimately, in effect the “extermination of all blacks”, which was bought and paid for with $839 million American.

There is no proof that the blacks being exterminated—lynchings in many cases—are pro-Gadaffi fighters but increasingly reasonable claims that they are migrant workers, working on construction jobs turned down by native Libyans.

“The oil reserves of Libya made the Gaddafi family rich, and also gave Gaddafi the opportunity to invest in developing the infrastructure of the country in order to bribe the population which has been restless for a long time due to the high levels of corruption and bureaucratic red tape. The gigantic construction projects started by Gaddafi required more – and better educated – workforce. Some of it came from Eastern Europe and the Middle East. The bulk of the immigrant workers came from Sub-Saharan Africa. (Independent.co.uk, Aug. 27, 2011).

“Tribalism and racism have always been strong in Islam, especially in those areas of the Arab world which border black Africa – Sudan, Ethiopia, Mauritania, Mali. Libya’s population has always been divided into different tribal groups and driven by strong tribal chauvinism; in fact, the bulk of the rebel army fighting against Gaddafi consists of men of tribes traditionally hostile to Gaddafi’s own tribe, and his most loyal supporters come from his own tribe. In addition to the strong tribal feelings, Libya also has a history of racism, as powerful Arab warlords in the 18th and 19th centuries made fortunes by selling black slaves to the markets in North Africa and the Middle East. Widespread racist views have always been common in the Arab world, and Libya has them too.”

Was it only Hurricane Irene which kept this story from having legs?

A Canada Free Press (CFP) cursory Google search proves that as of yet no major American media outlet has picked up and run with the Independent story.

Bojidar Marinov picked up the story and ran it on his blog godfatherpolitics.com yesterday in the hopes of making it go viral.

A reformed missionary to his native Bulgaria for over 10 years, Marinov preaches and teaches doctrines of the Reformation and a comprehensive Biblical worldview.  Having founded Bulgarian Reformation Ministries in 2001, he and his team have translated over 30,000 pages of Christian literature about the application of the Law of God in every area of man’s life and society, and published those translations online for free.  He has been active in the formation of the Libertarian movement in Bulgaria, a co-founder of the Bulgarian Society for individual Liberty and its first chairman.

“Now, The Independent reports, we have crowds of armed men without any authority or self-restraint to control them, roaming the streets of Tripoli, rounding up every black migrant worker they can find, tying their hands behind their backs and executing them on the spot. The excuse is that those are “Gaddafi loyalists,” but the truth is, no one has been able to provide the proof that these migrant workers actually fought on the side of the dictator. The score-settling is clearly racist, motivated by racist hatred. There is no economic reason for it, for the migrant workers often took the lowest paying jobs that Libyans seldom take,” Marinov wrote.

“Apparently, Obama’s administration involved America in a war without much preparation, without clear understanding of the American interests in the region, and without the slightest effort to ensure the protection of the rights of civilians caught in the war. After proving he is not the “peace” president that the politically motivated Nobel Committee declared him to be, Obama now proves that the last thing he cares for is the protection of black Africans.

“America’s support for the rebels in Libya will prove to be just as harmful to the US position in the region as Clinton’s wars in Yugoslavia in the 1990s when America backed the corrupt, uncivilized and brutal Muslim clans in Bosnia and Kosovo whose main business was smuggling drugs and sexual slaves to Western Europe, and who after the American troops secured their territory, conducted ruthless ethnic cleansing – just as what the Libyan rebels are doing now. When we add to this the fact that Obama’s war was in fact unauthorized by Congress and therefore unconstitutional, the picture of the total moral breakdown of the US foreign policy is complete.”

Thanks to American Thinker.com we already know about Obama’s ties to Gadaffi before the bloody revolution in Libya.

“Last year, right around the time Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi called Obama “our son”, Obama earmarked $400,000 for two Libyan charities. (Camie Davis, American Thinker, July 17, 2010).  “The money was divided between two foundations run by Gaddafi’s children; Gaddafi International Charity and Development Foundation, run by his son Saif, and Wa Attassimou, run by his daughter Aicha.  What noble causes did our tax dollars potentially help support thanks to Obama’s generosity?

“Funding of the ship Amalthea: The Amalthea sailed to Israel with the intent of breaking the Israeli blockade on Hamas.  It carried aid for a pseudo humanitarian crisis and supporters who were said to be “keen on expressing solidarity with the Palestinian people in the plight amidst the siege imposed on Gaza”.  The ship was funded by Saif Gaddafi’s charity,  Gaddafi International Charity and Development Association.  Obama’s friend, Bill Ayers, joined attempt # 1 against Israel’s blockade on Hamas.  Saif joined attempt # 2.  One has to wonder which of Obama’s friends will step up to the plate at attempt # 3.”

Meanwhile, the mewlings of the United Nations in the face of so much civilian bloodshed is absurd.  While black migrant workers are being rounded up, have their hands tied behind their backs and are being executed on the spot, The UN has issued another piece of paper, “an urgent call for restraint by both sides in the aftermath of the Tripoli takeover”.

 

 


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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com.

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