Libya is now under Al Qaeda Control, Thanks a Bunch Obama

Obama stated his goal in using air power and supplying weapons to “rebels” in Libya was to avoid an imminent humanitarian disaster. What Americans were not told by their government or the Right and Left wing media was that 95% of the Libyan people supported the Qaddafi regime. The American people were lied to by our government and our media. Neither the left or the right wing media have criticized the failed policy in Libya, which has handed the country over to Al Qaeda and utter chaos. This is very same reason why the Benghazi scandal will not be exposed because both the Obama administration and the Republican controlled House Intelligence committee were both involved in illegal gun running to Al Qaeda terrorists. While the lie of a potential humanatarian disaster was used to attack Libya the very oppposite happened in Iraq when the administration having been briefed by CIA and the Pentagon for nearly a year of the deadly threat of ISIS which we have been reporting on for a long time in Syria including the discovery of Slaughter Houses (which most of the media would not report on). When there was a real threat of a humanitarian disaster Obama knew of this imminent threat but failed to act. Our government and our Media (Left and Right) are totally corrupt. Below is Associated Press report on how Libya is now under Al Qaeda control.

By MARIAM RIZK, Associated Press

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CAIRO (AP) — Libya’s Islamist militias said Sunday they have consolidated their hold on Tripoli and its international airport, driving out rival militias to the outskirts of the capital following a weekslong battle for control of the strategic hub.

The umbrella group for Islamist militias calling itself Dawn of Libya said it has also taken hold of other locations in the capital controlled by the rival militias, drawing to a close one chapter in a prolonged confrontation between the Islamist-allied militia, largely from the city of Misrata, and the powerful militia from the western mountains of Zintan.

The fight has largely destroyed the airport and scarred the capital, prompting diplomats, foreign nationals and thousands of Libyans to flee.

The violence in Libya is rooted in the empowerment of militias after successive transitional governments since the 2011 ouster of longtime dictator Moammar Gadhafi depended on them to maintain order in the absence of a strong police force or a unified military.

It also comes as part of a backlash by Islamist factions after losing their power in parliament following June elections and in the face of a campaign by a renegade military general against extremist Islamic militias in Benghazi, Libya’s second-largest city.



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