Wednesday, August 24, 2011

U.S. backed Al-Qaeda fighters take Gaddafi’s compound

America 20xy


By Andrew Steele

U.S. backed Al-Qaeda fighters and thousands of useful, Western intelligence stirred up Libyans stormed Col. Moammar Gaddafi’s fortress compound Tuesday after a long battle and took it over. Gadaffi managed to escape and has not yet been captured. Some have theorized that he’s hiding out at a farm on the outskirts of the city because of apparent chicken squawks that were heard in an audio message he released. The Al-Qaeda rebels have offered a reward of $1.67 million from U.S. and European taxpayer money and/or looted gold for his capture as the people of Libya can now look forward to a future of civil war and anarchy, debt slavery, and foreign powers dictating their destiny.

According to NATO spokesperson Oana Lungescu, NATO forces will be used to keep order in post-Gadaffi Libya only “upon request” from the new puppet regime.

Now that Libya has been cast into controlled chaos, the nation's gold has been seized, and a globalist controlled government has been loosely put in place, the Western world can focus on the next dominoes in the Middle East--Syria and Iran-- as the propaganda for NATO conflict in those countries has already begun.

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