I have now come to the conclusion that there is very little I believe when it comes from the mouths of our mainstream politicians. As it stands the media is reporting that the Ghaddafi regime is close to the end. Reports out of Tripoli state that the rebels were lulled into an ambush and that their rapid advance has been broken. The one TV reporter who regularly reports for the BBC and is embedded with the rebels seems to confirm the second report. I have no doubt however that the rebels will eventually prevail because they will not be allowed to fail
I have a theory which I follow whenever I am trying to discover the truth. I pretend that politicians like Cameron, Blair, Brown, Haig, Obama and all the rest are actually just pawns of a banking industry which is ruling the world. If they want something to happen they click their fingers and suddenly all hell breaks loose.
Then suddenly the politicians arrive on the box and explain to the public why it is essential for 'the people' to have 'democratic change' and for 'tyrants' to be defeated. Only certain tyrants mind you not the ones who pay homage to the bankers. So why did the New World Banking Order pick on Colonel Ghaddafi?
I must confess I did not know until I read today that Libya has no sovereign debt! Imagine that, no billions going to the EU, no Foreign Aid going to African property developers and no interest being paid on a massive loan secured from the IMF. Libyan money being spent on Libyans. We can't have that can we? Yes I know that he also committed atrocities on some of his people but is he alone in that? The reason that this tyrant is the one to be deposed is that he made his country self sufficient.
Who will be next? Well the arab oil magnates are being threatened particularly in Bahrein so that be the next target for the world's bankers. It has already been written here and explains an awful lot. It is a long flog but when one takes in the past and then applies it to the present a lot can be explained.
How long before the next Libyan government is applying to the IMF for a huge loan to rebuild the country after the revolution?