Saturday, October 22, 2011

Ruining a country and a people

Did you know that just hours before it was announced that Colonel Gaddafi had been executed by the Al Qaeda linked rebels in Libya, Hillary Clinton was in Libya offering her support for the rebels and openly hoping for the 'capture or killing' of the deposed dictator.

Well, she got what she wanted, and now that Libyans have been liberated from the prosperity of their former ruler, they are free to endure the ethnic cleansing, genocide, and human rights violations without fear of Gaddafi ever coming back to build them hospitals, schools,or even roads.  Don't believe it?  Wait and see.

Oh, how foolish is greed!  They did what they promised they would and they've bombed Libya back to the stone age!  How blind a few Libyans were—obviously people under 40 who didn't know how good they had it.

But how cruel of the west and its lackeys to have treated him the way they did!  When US soldiers were seen on youtube throwing a puppy off a cliff the world was outraged.  But those same people couldn't be heard yesterday above the gloating laughter of watching the brutal murder of the head of state of what was, just six months before, a rich, beautiful, clean, and happy country.

It seems like nothing will stop them.  Our hearts cry out for justice and it is only our belief in God and the certainly of His retribution that quiets our wounded hearts.

Vengeance is mine, I will repay saith the Lord.  (Romans 15:9) The wheels of God's justice grind exceeding slow but exceeding fine.

O LORD God, to whom vengeance belongeth; O God, to whom vengeance belongeth, shew thyself! (Psalm 94:1)

Here are two pictures of the same scene taken just four years apart.


Once the most prosperous nation in North Africa, if not ALL of Africa, Libya is now a bombed out refuge for Al Qaeda terrorists and other Islamic extremists . All courtesy of the U.N., the United States, and NATO.

Why? Well the current excuse for it is that Colonel Gaddafi had the nerve to stand up to AL Qaeda terrorists inside his own nation.  Of course, they were called 'protesters' by western media.

In the end, NATO forces backed the Al Qaeda overthrow of Gaddafi, leaving Libya a depleted uranium dump-site and a serious power vacuum. 


(This report, and the following news report, courtesy of www.brasschecktv.com)


1 comment:

  1. It is such a shame the way Qaddafi was treated!

    It is my impression that he wanted the best for his country, steering an independent course. That he would be no one's lackey was, of course, not acceptable for the powers that be.

    I do mourn his passing.

    Yes, justice will be served - even if we must wait for the Day of Judgement.

    Oh, that all would come to Christ!

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