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Post Qaddafi

Post Qaddafi

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Published by K R Bolton
Qaddafi has long been targeted for destruction as an impediment to a "new world order." The "twitter generation" has been funded and directed into toppling the globalists' long-time foe.
Qaddafi has long been targeted for destruction as an impediment to a "new world order." The "twitter generation" has been funded and directed into toppling the globalists' long-time foe.

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Published by: K R Bolton on Feb 27, 2011
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‘Post-Qaddafi Libya’: on the GlobalistRoad
by Dr. K R BoltonFebruary 26, 2011
“Most participants argued for privatization and a strong private sector economy.” That is astatement culled from a report of a panel discussion entitled “Post-Qaddafi Libya: TheProspect and The Promise,” organized by Washington’s Center for Strategic and InternationalStudies  in  1994.[1]  Dr  Ali  Tarhouni  stated  at  the  conference,  “with  privatization,entrepreneurs will reach out and get involved in regional cooperation by searching for markets.”[2] Is that what the long-planned, well-funded “spontaneous revolts” now topplingregimes like a house of cards is actually about?Regional economic zones are a prime part of the globalization process. One well-knownexample is the concept of a “Trilateral” bloc of Asia, Europe, and North America, instigatedby David Rockefeller as per the Trilateral Commission.[3] Others include NAFTA, EuropeanUnion, APEC,[4] and the like.The globalists under the impress of “market forces” could attempt what could not transpireunder 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 themeans by which the masses will be led to destroy their traditional heritage in what Peters calls“creative destruction.”[5]Now the people are rising up under the banner of mammon under the guise of slogans such as“democracy” and “human rights.” The “freedom” they desire is the freedom of the Westernconsumer.Other participants at the 1994 conferences included: Executive Secretary Abdul Majid Buik of  the  National  Front  for  the  Salvation  of  Libya  (NFSL);  Former  Prime  Minister Abdoulhamid Al-Backoush; Omar Fathaly, formerly Director of Strategic Studies at Tripoli’sArab Development Institute; Ezzedin Ghadamsi, a veteran trade union activist and diplomat;Political analyst and writer Ashur Shamis; Islamist scholar Aly R. Abuzaakouk; Shaha1
Aliriza, senior program officer, Middle East, National Endowment for Democracy; Tarik Al-Magariaf, Harvard-educated economist and son of NFSL leader Mohamed Al-Magaria;Economist Misbah Oreibi; Management consultant Mahmoud Dakhil.[6]
Waiting in the Wings
Each of the “spontaneous velvet revolutions” has had a man-or-women-in-waiting; someonestanding in the wings, perhaps for several decades, ready to assume leadership at the rightmoment. These individuals are often Western educated and were long ago selected andgroomed by globalist think tanks. The Czech “velvet revolution” brought forth Václav Havel,a founder of the
Charter 77 
dissident group funded by the National Endowment for Democracy,[7] and publicized by Radio Free Europe and the Voice of America. As leader of the Civic Forum he assumed the first presidency of the Czech Republic after the “velvetrevolution,” in 1989. He played his part in bringing the Czech Republic into NATO andadvocated NATO’s expansion into Eastern Europe. Here is what Havel says in tribute toGeorge Soros:I recall vividlyand it’s something we should commemorate and give thanks for that among those who tirelessly supported civil society in Central and EasternEuropean countries was George Soros and his network of foundations and institutes.Without the contributions from him and his network, the fundamental politicalchanges would not have taken root so quickly in the civic consciousness of peoplethroughout Central and Eastern Europe. [8].Aung San Suu Kyi is championed by the globalists as the savior of Myanmar, having receivedthe necessary Western acknowledgments with a Nobel Prize. The Open Society Institutestates of the Burmese Jean d’Arc of globalization, making it fairly plain that the Myanmar dissident movement is Soros funded:A coalition of Open Society Institute grantees has launched a major campaign callingfor a global arms embargo and international pressure on the Burmese junta to releaseAung San Suu Kyi before the military-supervised elections planned for 2010.[9]Without belaboring the point, which is easily verified by sources such as OSI and the NationalEndowment  for Democracy  (NED), this  is  the situation  that pertained  to the “color revolutions” across Central and Eastern Europe and into Central Asia, and South East Asia.If the same methodology can be readily observed operating presently in the Arab states andIran, then perhaps these “spontaneous revolutions” have the same antecedents as those inEurope and Asia.
Dr. Ali Tarhouni
In Egypt, Mohamed ElBaradei came forward to fill the role of an Egyptian Havel. ElBaradei,another Nobel Laureate with impeccable Western globalist credentials, having been Director General of the UN International Atomic Energy Agency, is on the Executive Committee of the International Crisis Group along with the omnipresent George Soros, and such luminariesof peace and goodwill as Samuel Berger, former US National Security Adviser; and WesleyClark, former NATO Commander, Europe.[10]2
Dr. Ali Tarhouni has the credentials to be the globalists’ elder statesman for post-QaddafiLibya. He was educated in economics at Michigan State University, and has been on thefaculty of Graduate School of Business at University of Washington.[11] Like others of the“world color revolution” he seems to have been picked out long ago, in this instance since atleast the 1990s, and to have distinguished himself at the 1994 “post-Qaddafi” conference for his enthusiasm for not only a privatized economy but for an Arab regional free market.Tarhouni has served as the Political Coordinator of the National Conference of the LibyanOpposition (NCL) in Seattle, Washington. The NCLO is a coalition of seven groups foundedin London in 2005,[12] and centers on the National Front for the Salvation of Libya whoseExecutive Secretary Abdul Majid Buik was present at the 1994 conference with Tarhouni.
Funding for Opposition Groups
National Endowment for Democracy (NED)[13] grantees for 2009, the latest to be published,were: Akhbar Libya Cultural Limited to maintain its Arabic and English news websites;Libya Human and Political Development Forum, which organizes political dissent; andTransparency Libya Limited.[14] The same three organizations received NED funding in2008,[15] and 2007;[16] and in 2006, in addition to Akhbar Libya Cultural Limited andTransparency Libya, $84,119 went to the American Center for International Labor Solidarity,the AFL-CIO affiliated body, for the purpose of laying the foundations for labor opposition inLibya.[17] The Solidarity Center, as it is also called, has been a major player in establishingglobalist orientated trades unions in states marked for “regime change,” and ensures thatembryonic labor movements will be committed to free market economics and privatizationrather than to resisting economic globalization.[18] In 2005, the NED grantees were the LibyaHuman and Political Development Forum, and the American Libyan Freedom Alliance(ALFA), $42,000 being,To engage Libyan citizenry and exile community in debates on reform. ALFA will hold anational  constitutional  conference  in London to  bring  together  Libyan  proponents  of democratic reform to identify steps towards advancing reform of Libya’s political system.ALFA  will  also  develop  its  Arabic-language  website  and  broadcast  the  conferencediscussions on the Internet. [19]The American Libyan Freedom Alliance was one of the sponsors of The American MiddleEast Convention for Freedom and Democracy held in Washington in 2004. The purpose of this was to show the solidarity of Arabs and Muslims in the USA for the “American war onterrorism.” [20] Hence, ALFA has a commitment to American foreign policy, including theAmerican military invasion of the Muslim world.
Libyan Youth Movement
The disaffected youth opposing Qaddafi are centered on the Libyan Youth Movement (LYM),which has been active in the riots in Triploi. LYM, like its counterparts in Serbia, Georgia andTunisia, etc., was formed out of 
networking especially via Twitter[21] and Facebook,[22] which has been a “feature of the color revolutions.”A recent article published by Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty states that strategic directionis provided by the Center for Applied NonViolent Action and Strategies (CANVAS), whichgrew out of 
, the vanguard of the opposition that overthrew Milosevic, to which shouldbe added: for the sake of the globalist plundering of Kosovan minerals. While certain of 3

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