Wednesday, April 12, 2017
Migrants from west Africa being ‘sold in Libyan slave markets’
That's an actual headline from an actual article published in The Guardian the other day.
The disgusting situation it describes is the direct result of the US-led unprovoked war that toppled Muammar Gaddafi, and the people behind it were Hillary Clinton, Samantha Powers and Barak Obama.
Before it was ruined by their so called humanitarian intervention Libya was the most prosperous, secular and liberal country in that entire Middle East-North Africa region. Now it's three separate lawless zones that constantly fight each other, two ruled over by warlords and one by ISIS.
Of course it would really be more accurate to say that the fact that there are slaves being bought and sold in a country that was minding its own business and not doing anyone any harm is the fault of Americans who could care less what the Democrats do overseas and to average Americans as long as women can get abortions and men can get married and their stock portfolios are increasing in value.
With Democrats leading the way, or if not cheerleading and helping the propaganda effort, the US has now ruined Libya, Iraq and Afghanistan and as a consequence ISIS controls large parts of all three. Now they're giving Syria the same treatment. They've ruined the place, now they just need to topple Bashar Assad and ISIS can move in and take over.
There was once a chance, after Hillary Clinton lost to Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election, that that wouldn't happen. Hillary, if you'll recall, had promised to escalate the US war against Syria but Trump wanted to get out. But the Democrats' constant conspiracy theories about Trump and Vladmir Putin put Trump in a position where the best thing he could do was do a 180 on Syria and start calling for regime change, too.
It was a very good political move. He was a whipped dog and now he's riding high. It was cynical of him, too. And of course he didn't have to do a 180. He could have stayed out of Syria and kept spending all his time and effort fighting Democrats baseless conspiracy theories. Either way, this is the Democrats fault. They could have let him end it, they could have helped him end it, they could have given him the backing he needed in congress. They didn't, and when he attacked Syria, they stood up and cheered.