A challenge to Michael Valley from the Standard

This is a copy and paste from the challenge I left on the open mike section of the Standard blog.  Here are the links to the original posts I refer too. Syria, China and Iran.

After writing several MSM propaganda posts on why we should attack Syria , why China would be the next empire and a post on Iran were he, while still maintaining that Iran has a repressive regime (most notably for that typical Muslim hatred for women) and we are the good guys, at least comes to the conclusion that attacking them would maybe not be such a good idea (which again is the MSM stance so no surprise there) I would like to present Michael Valley from the Standard with a challenge!

More and more information comes out of Libya (not in the MSM of course) indicating that very predictably the “liberation” of Libya doesn’t mean the same for all Libyans and that as was predicted by many geopolitical strategists Libya is now being Balkanised (ad in cut up in three states) by flaming inter tribal rivalries with the tribal area from whence the “revolution” started and the most oil rich looking forward to a hansom reward for assisting in throwing out the only man strong enough to resist the US and removing the only viable obstacle towards the re-colonisation of the African continent (Kony anyone?) Colonel Gaddafi (No I’m not saying he was a nice guy)

My challenge to Michael Valley is the following. I would like to see his analysis from his point of view which I suspect is that there was no hidden agenda on the part of the Hillary led war crime syndicate called the US/NATO liberation forces and that Libya is now free to do what it wants even if that means the killing of black people by the thousands. That is what freedom means.

That at least is what the MSM seems to suggest by their dead silence on the developing situation in Libya.

2 thoughts on “A challenge to Michael Valley from the Standard

  1. Ummmm…. what evidence do you have that the re-colonisation of the African continent was made any easier by the removal of the Gaddafi regime? Simply stating ‘Look at the Kony situation’ doesn’t cut it. The Kony video has not led to any change in US policy on Africa that I am aware of.

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