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Tuesday, February 09, 2016
Why Joe Biden, Secretary of Defense Gates And Most Military Brass Opposed Hillary's Idea To Topple Libya's Qaddafi
When it was just desolation and mayhem for Libyans, the Obama administration was content to let the country stew in the ruins of the “humanitarian war” unleashed by some people [see above quotes] who hadn’t bothered to study the lessons of Iraq but still wanted to look like humanitarian heroes. But now that ISIS is making huge strides, the chaos and misery isn’t just a local problem anymore, and Western governments, including the U.S., seem to be looking at another military intervention of some kind.
It’s fascinating how the “junior varsity” of ISIS that we didn’t have to worry about and the “smart foreign policy” “success” of the Libyan intervention have combined to create a crisis so serious that another war may be needed.
But perhaps the worst thing about all this is that Libya always was and still is a distraction from the real crisis in the region, one that in both humanitarian and strategic terms is rapidly becoming one of the greatest disasters of modern times: the implosion of Syria and parts of Iraq into an increasingly vicious war in the heart of the Arab world. The Administration is, sadly, right, that the mess in Libya is becoming so great that some kind of action is increasingly hard to avoid. The future, however, will condemn the blindness and folly of the gratuitous creation of anarchy in Libya and the failure to develop any meaningful policy at all where a strong U.S. hand might really have made a difference.
In any case, the next president is going to inherit an even bigger Middle East mess from President Obama than President Obama inherited from President Bush.
So don't forget, folks, even if you vote in Hillary or Bernie, this ugly mess was already brought to you by none other than the vaudeville team of your present President and his bungling former Secretary of State. Heroes, indeed.
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