Sunday, April 20, 2014

Summary of Webster Tarpley's Libya Analysis

Written on March 30th, 2011
Edited in April 2014

   This is what I gather is going on in Libya and thereabouts, based on what Webster Tarpley has to say about the matter:

   The C.I.A., MI-6 (along with British Special Air Services), al-Qaeda (a C.I.A. / MI-6 / Mossad / Saudi / Pakistani intel creation), and other mercenaries have been staging coups throughout the Middle East and North Africa.

   The belligerents consist of the United States, Canada, Britain, France, Italy, the United Nations, N.A.T.O., and the League of Arab Nations.

   The rebels which the Western forces are backing consist of C.I.A. / al-Qaeda brigades out of Saudi Arabia and Egypt, and possibly some originating from Libya itself.

   The Western powers are encouraging the civilian populations of those Arab countries to demonstrate against their leaders, while making it appear as though the Western powers are merely co-opting the revolts in order to oust those dictators.

   The Western powers’ aim is to stop Arab dictators from nationalizing their oil industries and giving oil profits to their people, and to instead direct that oil to the West.

   The Western powers’ plan to accomplish this goal is to install pro-Western puppet regimes wherever possible – be it in segments of the countries or in the entirety of the countries – which will be less hostile to Western interests.

   They desire to balkanize the subject countries in order to make it easier for Western and imperialist interests to control the flow of oil.

   So basically, the idea that the U.S. is co-opting the revolts is a red herring. The U.S. and Britain are actually behind the revolts, and it's the demonstrations - and not the coups - which are being staged.

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