New World Order in Libya
On October 20, 2011 Dictator Colonel Muammar Qaddafi was deposed by NATO and Rebel forces. NATO declared it a major success as he was captured and executed by NATO and Rebel forces. Now I’m not saying that Qaddaffi was a choir boy but it didn’t seem like he put up a huge fight when captured and why was he executed? This man who was feared and so dastardly wouldn’t you want to put him on trial and brought to justice? We have to ask the question who gains the most by Muammar Qaddafi being out of power in Libya? Libya which is located in North Africa on the Mediterranean Sea has some of the largest oil fields in all of Africa. During the reign of Qaddafi he used the profits to develop the country. He embarked on an irrigation project that saw water brought out into the desert areas of the country, developed a good health care system and good education system where all Libyans can go to all levels of school for free.
Now with Qaddafi gone who will control those rich oil fields. Some of the rebels who have been linked to Al-Qaeda will now be control of the country. Abdel Hakim Belhadj, who leads the rebel forces in Tripoli, was a founder of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, control and has admitted to fighting allied forces in both Iraq and Afghanistan. Since gaining control of Libya the interim government has since imposed Sharia Law. The Taliban in Afghanistan imposed Sharia Law on its citizens as well. There has been claims that the West and European powers where trying to destabilise the country and even the region. This would explain why the rebels where so well armed and organised. With a new puppet regime in place western nations can swoop in and seize control of the oil fields that had been nationalised under the Qaddafi regime.
So what’s the future of Libya? During the beginning of the revolution Qaddafi’ son warned all Libyans that once the regime was gone that the country would fall into civil war and accused people outside of provoking the violence in the country. Only time will tell if this prophesy will come to pass. What we do know is that many regimes in the middle east have had a regime change (Egypt, Libya and Tunisia) or the international community is calling for a regime change (Syria and Iran).With all the problems in the U.S and even in Canada, the occupy wall streets and the protests in many U.S states maybe it’s time to call for a regime change in North America.