"Tyranny is defined as that which is legal for the government but illegal for the citizenry." -- President Thomas Jefferson

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Prof. Hillary C: Columbia University Appoints as New Professor a War Lover with No Academic Credentials that Gloated When Libyas Leader Was Lynched MikeRivero Thu, 09/21/2023 - 07:48

In his 1923 book The Goose-Step, renowned muckraking journalist Upton Sinclair examined the consequences of plutocratic capitalist control of American colleges and universities, writing that “our educational system is not a public service, but an instrument of special privilege; its purpose is not to further the welfare of mankind, but merely to keep America capitalist.”

But the extent of the calamity cannot simply be ascribed to climate change. Though the media coverage studiously obscures this point, Britain’s actions 12 years ago – when it trumpeted its humanitarian concern for Libya – are intimately tied to Derna’s current suffering.

The failing dams and faltering relief efforts, observers correctly point out, are the result of a power vacuum in Libya. There is no central authority capable of governing the country.

But there are reasons Libya is so ill-equipped to deal with a catastrophe. And the West is deeply implicated.

Benghazi Survivor, Mark “Oz” Geist, who was a key figure from the CIA Annex Security Team present during the 2012 Benghazi attack, described Hillary Clinton as a” disgusting” human being during a recent episode of “The Shawn Ryan Show.”

“It was, once again, one of the most incompetent times of American leadership,” Ryan commented. “And, um, I know it strikes a chord with you. I can’t even imagine.”

Ryan highlighted the horrific nature of the 2012 assault on the U.S. mission and diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya.

World Meteorological Organization (WMO) Secretary-General Petteri Taalas said on Thursday that the horrifying casualties from the catastrophic flooding in Libya could have been mitigated with a decent early warning system — something beyond the capabilities of a country shattered by former U.S. President Barack Obama’s 2011 invasion.

Global oil prices climbed above $92 a barrel on Tuesday for the first time in nearly 10 months as the energy market braces for supply disruptions caused by catastrophic flooding in Libya.

At least 2,000 people have died and 10,000 are believed missing following the deadly flooding that broke dams and swept away countless homes there.