The USA indoctrinated the world with the lie that they invaded, raped, stole, burned, destroyed crops so people starved,murdered, and occupied, the South, to end slavery.
This of course is total bull shit, as is easily provable by the words of those doing and directing the fighting, both sides.
During that illegal war, the United States Army, rounded up “freed” slaves, put the men on slave details, doing manual labor for the United States Army.
The women and children were herded into a death camp at place called the Devils Punch Bowl. There 20,000 women and children died of exposure, starvation and disease. The “freedom fighters”, would not even allow the living to bury the dead outside the walls. they had to bury them in shallow graves, and then sleep on top of the decaying bodies.
You USA sheep, better pull your heads out of your zionist indoctrinated asses.
The Bible states, and Natural law says the same;
“Be not deceived, for god is not mocked. For whatever a man sows, that shall he also reap”.
USA is going to reap a fiery whirlwind of death destruction, and starvation.
John C Carleton
NATO’s military intervention in Libya in 2011 has justifiably earned its place in history as an indictment of Western foreign policy and a military alliance which since the collapse of the Soviet Union has been deployed as the sword of this foreign policy. The destruction of Libya will forever be an indelible stain on the reputations of those countries and leaders responsible.
But now, with the revelation that people are being sold as slaves in Libya (yes, you read that right. In 2017 the slave trade is alive and kicking Libya), the cataclysmic disaster to befall the country has been compounded to the point where it is hard to conceive of it ever being able to recover – and certainly not anywhere near its former status as a high development country, as the UN labelled Libya 2010 a year prior to the ‘revolution’.
Back in 2011, it was simply inconceivable that the UK, the US and France would ignore the lessons of Iraq, just nine years previously in 2003. Yet ignore them they did, highlighting their rapacious obsession with maintaining hegemony over a region that sits atop an ocean of oil, despite the human cost and legacy of disaster and chaos which this particular obsession has wrought.
When former UK Prime Minister David Cameron descended on Benghazi in eastern Libya in the summer of 2011, basking in the glory of the country’s victorious ‘revolution’ in the company of his French counterpart Nicolas Sarkozy, he did so imbued with the belief he had succeeded in establishing his legacy as a leader on the global stage. Like Blair before him, he’d won his war and now was intent on partaking of its political and geopolitical spoils.
Cameron told the crowd, “Your city was an inspiration to the world, as you threw off a dictator and chose freedom.”
Pondering the former UK prime minister’s fatuous boast, I am reminded of a conversation I had recently with the driver of a cab taking me home to my apartment in Edinburgh, Scotland. During our exchange, he informed me that he was originally from Libya, before going on to reveal that he was forced to flee the country after his family were massacred by Cameron’s freedom-loving revolutionaries in 2011. In Libya, prior to the ‘revolution’ and NATO’s air campaign, he’d been a petroleum engineer with a PhD. Now he was working ten hours a day driving a cab in Scotland in the middle of winter.