LIBYA- THE BEGINNING OF THE END
Written by George Martin For the DailySok.com
To say that John Boehner should be removed as Speaker of the House is an understatement. He is part of the neo-con group who are out to destroy this country. He needs to be defeated in 2012.
In his letter to President Obama, dated March 23, 2011 he states,” It is my hope that you will provide the American people and Congress a clear and robust assessment of the scope, objective, and purpose of our mission in Libya and how it will be achieved.”
Nowhere in the letter does he state that under Article 1 Section 8 paragraph 11 of the Constitution for the United States of America that The Congress shall have power to declare war. He doesn’t state that the President has acted in a fashion that even his predecessors of the past 60 years have not done. At least they have lied to us and created false flag events that have caused us to want to go to war. Congress in those sixty years was lax in its duty, regardless. At least these presidents seemed to want to legitimize their wars, even after history has shown all of them to be nothing but methods of increasing the Empire and keeping arms manufacturers employed.
Boehner again states,” A United Nations Security Council resolution does not substitute for a U.S. political and military strategy.” No and a UN resolution does not supersede the United States Constitution and the laws and processes that must be followed before engaging the country in armed aggression.
Boehner echoes the president in saying, “You have stated that Libyan leader Muammar Qadhafi must go, consistent with U.S. policy goals. But the U.N. resolution the U.S. helped develop and signed onto makes clear that regime change is not part of this mission. In light of this contradiction, is it an acceptable outcome for Qadhafi to remain in power after the military effort concludes in Libya?” These so called U.S policy goals are no less than to strengthen Al-Qa’ Ida’s strength in the Middle East.
The Harmony Project – Combating Terrorism Center at West Point created a study a few years back called “Al-Qa’ Ida’s Foreign Fighters in Iraq” analyzing the Al-Qa’ Ida in Iraq, who they were and where they were from.
What did the project find?
1. “Saudis made up the largest contingent of foreign fighters entering Iraq. Libyans were second (first if measured in per capita terms) and Syrians a distant third.”…