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article imageIs President Obama sending 12,000 U.S. troops to Libya?

By Andre C James     Jan 15, 2012 in World
There are currently 12,000 US troops based in Malta that are awaiting deployment to Libya. They will be joined by Italian and French forces based on photographic evidence of encampments that have been set up in the desert.
According to Libyan sources, the NATO installed National Transitional Council, which comprises a loosely knit band of militia groups, is now facing strong opposition from ordinary Libyans as well as being weakened from in-fighting between the militias for a share of the spoils.
An incident involving the Misrata rebels (NATO allies) where they attempted to gain access to the petroleum platforms in Brega, a Libyan port that controls oil exports, and were summarily killed by the very same NATO Apache gunships that assisted them to track down General Gaddafi.
NATO warships are patrolling Libyan ports and already control the petroleum platforms which are staffed by United Arab Emirates engineers whilst ordinary Libyans remain unemployed and on the verge of a humanitarian crisis. Also, the systematic rape, torture and killing of villagers and Black Libyans are commonplace by the US/NATO armed militias.
According to Cynthia McKinney, 2008 presidential candidate for the Green Party, the destabilisation of Libyan society is part of the carefully crafted plan entitled “"A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing the Realm," by people affiliated with the Project for a New American Century (PNAC). She writes, “this sociocide of Libyan society, as we previously witnessed in Iraq and Afghanistan before it, is part of a carefully crafted plan of destabilization that ultimately serves U.S. imperial interests and those of a Zionist state and its US agents who are bent on Greater Israel’s suzerainty over huge swaths of Arabic-speaking populations.”
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