We came, we saw, he died.

By Not Sure

Sun 3 Oct 2021

Once upon a time in Libya under Gaddafi, everyone was given a house to live in, to call their own. Education and medical treatment were free. All newlyweds in Libya would receive 60,000 Dinar ($50,000 USD) from the government to buy their first apartment to help start a family. Gaddafi made sure all Libyans had access to clean water by creating one of the biggest irrigation projects the world has ever seen. If a citizen wanted to be a farmer, they received land, a house, equipment, seed and livestock to kick-start their farms. When a Libyan woman gave birth she was given $5000 USD for herself and the child. Electricity was free. Petrol was dirt cheap. Literacy was high. Loans to citizens were interest-free. A portion of Libyan oil sales was credited directly to the bank accounts of all Libyan citizens. The Libyan government was debt-free with $150 billion in cash reserves.

Once upon a time in Libya under Qaddafi, there was war with Chad, war with Egypt, a swift transition to socialism, conflict with the U.S. and a subsequent series of state-sponsored terrorist activity including the Pan Am Flight 103, Lockerbie bombing.

In September of 2010, Gadhafi (I’m trying to use every known spelling) met with EU officials who were keen to stem the flow of immigrants across the Mediterranean and he put a price tag on that of 5 billion Euros per year.   By early 2011, a “spontaneous” uprising was underway.

In 1994, Washington’s Center for Strategic and International Studies held a panel discussion and published their findings under the heading “Post-Qaddafi Libya: The Prospect and The Promise.” From that discussion came quotes such as this from Dr. Ali Tarhouni, “with privatization, entrepreneurs will reach out and get involved in regional cooperation by searching for markets.”

Kerry R. Bolton (love him or hate him), wrote an interesting piece in February 2011 for Foreign Policy Journal and asked “Is that what the long-planned, well-funded “spontaneous revolts” now toppling regimes like a house of cards is actually about?   Regional economic zones are a prime part of the globalization process. One well-known example is the concept of a “Trilateral” bloc of Asia, Europe, and North America, instigated by David Rockefeller as per the Trilateral Commission. Others include NAFTA, European Union, APEC, and the like.

The globalists under the impress of "market forces” could attempt what could not transpire under Qaddafi or Nasser, an Arab bloc. As the neocon ideologist and military strategist Maj. Ralph Peters stated, the global market place and the life’s-meaning it gives in the soulless, mindless narcotic of luxury consumption and entertainment, is addictive. This addiction is the means by which the masses will be led to destroy their traditional heritage in what Peters calls “creative destruction.” End Bolton quote.

Alan Watt often quoted a 1997 piece, “Constant Conflict” by Ralph Peters for Parameters, the U.S. Army War College quarterly. Here are the first two paragraphs of that article:

“We have entered an age of constant conflict. Information is at once our core commodity and the most destabilizing factor of our time. Until now, history has been a quest to acquire information; today, the challenge lies in managing information. Those of us who can sort, digest, synthesize, and apply relevant knowledge soar—professionally, financially, politically, militarily, and socially. We, the winners, are a minority. For the world masses, devastated by information they cannot manage or effectively interpret, life is “nasty, brutish . . . and short-circuited.” The general pace of change is overwhelming, and information is both the motor and signifier of change. Those humans, in every country and region, who cannot understand the new world, or who cannot profit from its uncertainties, or who cannot reconcile themselves to its dynamics, will become the violent enemies of their inadequate governments, of their more fortunate neighbors, and ultimately of the United States. We are entering a new American century, in which we will become still wealthier, culturally more lethal, and increasingly powerful. We will excite hatreds without precedent.”

I don’t want to lose my thread here. I’m writing about fairy stories, warlords and witches. We are given our reality by our elected officials and our media. Not trustworthy sources for reality, but infinitely creative at telling fairy tales.

To head toward an understanding of Libya, follow the money trail. Along that trail, you’ll see NATO and NATO-backed think-tanks, you’ll find NED (National Endowment for Democracy) and the CIA. And yes, you’ll spot Soros and the Open Society Institute.

Remember last year, when Fox News cut off Newt Gingrich for pointing out George Soros’ role in electing prosecutors? Some media sites have referred to this as Gingrich “trying to spread a conspiracy theory about Soros.” Up until about May of 2020, you can find the name George Soros and the Open Society Institute referenced in numerous mainstream publications and the accusations levelled were consistent and unrefuted. A 2011 article for Foreign Policy Journal (this one also by Kerry R. Bolton), entitled “Tunisian Revolt: Another Soros/NED Jack-Up?”, begins thus, ““Spontaneous” demonstrations of thousands of youths pouring out into the streets with such force as to compel the flight of a long-time president… To which country are we alluding: Georgia, Serbia, Myanmar, Ukraine, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Iran, Hungary…? This time it is Tunisia. All of these “revolts” followed the same pattern. Already the Tunisian revolt is being called a “color revolution” by media and political pundits, and it has also been provided with a name; the “Jasmine Revolution,” like the abortive “Green” and “Saffron” Revolutions, and the successful Velvet, Rose, Orange, and Tulip Revolutions, etc. Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali fled the country after demonstrators took to the streets demanding his resignation.

These “color revolutions” all have a common pattern because they are all planned by the same strategists; namely the Open Society network of money speculator George Soros, who serves as a kind of modern-day Jacob Schiff in funding revolutions; and the National Endowment for Democracy, the latter a post-Trotskyite founded, Congressionally-funded kind of “Comintern” promoting the “world democratic revolution” in the service of plutocracy and under the faηade of liberty.”

Foreign Policy Journal isn’t a far-right publication by any stretch, and they endorsed Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton in the 2016 US presidential election. (This was the first time in its 50-year history the magazine endorsed a candidate.) Yet the ADL published this in 2018, “The Antisemitism Lurking Behind George Soros Conspiracy Theories,” where they clearly connect criticism of Soros to antisemitism and the far right. What changed between 2011 and 2018 (and 2020 when Fox News stopped Gingrich from speaking?) The “giant eating machine” has returned home. As Alan Watt often discussed, when America’s role in geopolitics has diminished and its services as the world’s policeman are no longer needed, then the eating machine turns its sights on us. We’ve lived through the re-writing of American history and the toppling of statues. We are not supposed to see this as a color revolution, but simply spontaneous uprisings for justice.

In March of 2011, Ghadafi warned that if he was toppled from power, “Thousands of people from Libya will invade Europe. There will be no one to stop them any more.”

On October 20, 2011, Gaddafi was pulled from his hiding spot in a drainage pipe by “a mob” who tortured him before he died. A video appears to picture Gaddafi being poked or stabbed in the anus "with some kind of stick or knife" or possibly a bayonet. Pulled onto the front of a pick-up truck, he fell off as it drove away. His semi-naked, lifeless body was then placed into an ambulance and taken to Misrata; upon arrival, he was found to be dead. Official accounts claimed that Gaddafi was caught in a cross-fire and died from bullet wounds.

Talking to a reporter and learning of Qaddafi’s death, Hillary Clinton joked, “We came, we saw, he died” and then cackling when asked if she thought it had anything to do with her visit, “No...[cackle]...I’m sure it did.”

This woman is evil. To call her a witch puts a comic veneer between her and what should be our visceral response of immediate horror and revulsion. But as Alan says in this talk, we’re saturated with entertainment and our natural reaction to the horror of death has been dulled, so to hear death joked about as Hillary did is also no longer shocking or horrifying.

Throughout this pandemic, Alan talked often about psychopathy because he wanted to return our attention again and again to the type of personality who will implement such an obviously nefarious agenda. But he also devoted huge portions of several talks to comparing demonic possession to psychopathy and asking us to consider this aberrant personality from another angle.

Most of the links included with this Redux are bringing to your attention the latest attacks on your freedom and dignity by the tyrants who now openly rule us, worldwide. Ask yourselves the questions, “What’s in these people? What am I seeing here?” Because when I hear the governor of New York say that the unvaccinated aren’t listening to God, or I see the University of Bath implement a colored wristband to signal the vaccine status of incoming freshmen, or I read that Senator Feinstein has introduced a bill requiring proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 for domestic flights, I have no problem seeing that I’m looking at the face of pure evil.

Alan also talks about how youth are radicalized and easily used in whatever revolution is being waged from the top.  Another quote from Bolton’s Tunisian Revolt: Another Soros/NED Jack-Up?:

“The “New Left” served the same purposes during the 1960s and 1970s, and followed a similar pattern to that of today’s “color revolutions” and other programs sponsored by Soros, NED, et al. Such “rebels” against “The Establishment,” including feminist luminary Gloria Steinem, and psychedelic guru, Timothy Leary, were lickspittles of the CIA and backed by wealthy patrons from the start. The rampaging radical students of the 1960s were manipulated by interests similar to those that today sponsor the “spontaneous demonstrators” of the “color revolutions;” beginning with the CIA-funded US National Student Association and including the SDS-affiliated, Ford Foundation funded Students for a Restructured University. If “The Establishment” funded its supposedly sworn enemies as part of an exercise in dialectical manipulation decades ago, and the sources are easily checked, there’s nothing surprising about the present-day global manipulation of similar ideas and similar people by similar interests.”

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I was on a very rare outing to a restaurant recently and at the table next to ours were seated eight women between the age of about sixty and seventy-five. They were eating their lunch and chatting happily. Seven of the women wore their face masks dangling from one ear and the eighth had hers pulled down below her chin. One of my brothers said to me under his breath that it was their way of showing the world how stupid they were.

Later in the week, I was standing on a sidewalk about a block from the local high school when some young girls walked by. Several of them wore their masks firmly on their faces, but a few of them were walking along with the mask dangling from one ear like a piece of jewelry. A few moments later the cockerels of the high school followed along, each with a mask hanging from one ear.

I did a little digging online to see what is signified by the mask hanging from the ear. I found a world I had not yet explored. Masks as fashion statements and signifiers of club membership. I found a clip someone had posted to C-SPAN where Joe Biden “virtue-signalled” for an hour with his dangling mask. I thought back to the women at the restaurant and was reminded of a club that started in 1998, of which my mother was a proud member, The Red Hat Society.

“When I am an old woman, I shall wear purple, with a red hat which doesn't go and doesn't suit me.”

People seem to want to belong to a group and they will create a group to belong to if it doesn’t already exist.

There were similarities with “The Red Hatters” and Hippies or Extinction Rebellion. Outrageous attire, raging against something established. (Even The Red Hat Society had an element of raging against growing old quietly and “commonly.”)

I suspect that if I’d stopped any one of those high school children and talked with them about their world view, I’d have been lectured about the changing climate and man’s inhumanity to Mother Earth and I’d likely have been corrected for mis-gendering one of them.

I have a Florida-based friend in her mid-sixties whose mother and step-father live in Canada. My friend was attacked by her folks for failing to be supportive of her young nephew who is transitioning to becoming “female” or something like female. Her mother has soaked up television programming for decades and knows the appropriate response to any given situation. My friend does not watch television ever, so she just speaks her mind.

In this current revolution, with the big eating machine turned on us, the youth will appear to lead as they always have appeared to lead cultural revolutions. The big difference now, is that many adults will cheer them on, masks dangling from one ear.

© Not Sure


Additional Reading:

‘Post-Qaddafi Libya’: on the Globalist Road


Tunisian Revolt: Another Soros/NED Jack-Up?


How NATO-linked Think Tanks Control EU Refugee Policy


Why is Libya so lawless?


Gadhafi’s Gold-money Plan Would Have Devastated Dollar


EU keen to strike deal with Muammar Gaddafi on immigration


Constant Conflict - Ralph Peters - Summer 1997 issue of Parameters.


Hillary Clinton on Gaddafi: We came, we saw, he died