Monday, September 5, 2011

Those Libyan Ties to Terrorism, CIA & MI6

From War On Terror News:

Saturday, September 03, 2011

Those Libyan Ties to Terrorism, CIA & MI6

During the 70's and 80's, Libya under Qaddaffi, ordered, sanctioned, and supported just about any terrorist or rebel they could find to oppose the US, Europe, or their allies. Libya was directly responsible for bombing the La Belle discoteque in West Berlin and Pan Am Flight 103. Qaddaffi had dreams of empire and supported atrocious dictators as varied as Charles Taylor in Liberia & Sierra Leone, Daniel Ortega's Communist Sandinistas in Nicarauga, the Red Army Faction in Europe, and Abu Sayyaf in the Philipines.

But in 2003, Qaddaffi had an epiphany. His attempts at fomenting foreign revolutions had failed and he had witnessed the new American resolve to deal with tyrants, terrorists, and misbehavers developing weapons of mass destruction. In December of 2003, he voluntarily gave up his WMD program. As he began conforming to UN and International court orders to compensate the families of his prior victims, the International Community welcomed him back into the world of normalized relations. In 2010, with the support of at least 97 Nations, Libya was elected to the UN Human Rights Council.

Today, we learn that Qaddaffi was fighting as a secret ally against Islamist Terrorists, that he had not only committed his forces in the Sahara Desert against Al-Qaeda, but also that he had directed his intelligence services to cooperate with the Central Intelligence Agency and Britain's MI-6. And we find out that his claims of Al-Qaeda led rebels against him hold water. ...

Go read the rest here - and be informed.

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