Same players, different game.

Isn’t it ‘peculiar’ how the same names keep coming up time and time again?


CIA and MOSSAD are names well known, particularly when it comes to covert action and destablising governments. Their modus operandi is well known, with those of the ‘false flag’ variety being a perennial favourite.


For their latest efforts, one need not look further than Libya, and in particular the National Front for the Salvation of Libya (NFSL). As described on empirestrikesblack;

Created by the CIA and Mossad in 1981, the NFSL was part of a plan to destabilise Libya using a ‘fifth column’ of fighters and insurgents, and this surreptitious and chequered history stretches to the present day. As the current leader of the NFSL pleads in front of the White House for war on Libya, easily-led liberals and naive Libyan expats are seduced by Orwellian references to ‘freedom’ and ‘revolution’, words used to cloak the true intentions of the NFSL, its affiliated groups, and their imperialist creators.



You’d expect the NFSL to be based in the heart of the current battle, right?
Wouldn’t that make sense?
If the NFSL truly represented ‘the voice’ of disenfranchised Libyans, then being in Libya would seem to be one of the prerequisites, for it to have credibility in terms of being a revolutionary force.


FACT; The NFSL is Head-Quartered in Lexington, Kentucky in the United States of America.

Finances were funnelled in by the CIA and Saudi Arabia (who donated $7 million), as well as Egypt, Morocco, Israel and Iraq. Further affirming the US-Israeli connection, the Paris-based African Confidential newsletter reported on January 5th, 1989, that the US and Israel had set up a series of bases in Chad and Central and West African countries in order to train Libyan rebels who were to form part of the NFSL.



Is this starting to have a very familiar look to it?
Same players; different game.



If familiar is what you’re looking for, then one only needs to reach for the NFSL Handbook and compare it to the current NATO led terrorism in Libya, being given the cloak of credibility by the likes of Wikipedia, who have written a comprehensive hit piece on it, labelling it as a “Civil War”.

However, given Wikipedia’s known ties to the ADL and it’s perpetual efforts in sanitising all things Zionist, and the motive for the hit piece becomes all too obvious.



Back to the NFSL Handbook; this from empirestrikesblack

In the summer of 1981 the CIA-Mossad alliance mounted covert military operations to destabilise Libya and ultimately overthrow Muammar Gaddafi. This operation mimicked current events in Libya, almost to the letter:

The details of the plan were sketchy, but it seemed to be a classic C.I.A. destabilization campaign. One element was a “disinformation” program designed to embarrass Kaddafi and his government. Another was the creation of a “counter government” to challenge his claim to national leadership. A third — potentially the most risky — was an escalating paramilitary campaign, probably by disaffected Libyan nationals, to blow up bridges, conduct small-scale guerrilla operations and demonstrate that Kaddafi was opposed by an indigenous political force.

“A Plan to Overthrow Kaddafi,” Newsweek, August 3, 1981, p. 19



NATO’s current campaign is not some modern day Robin Hood, galloping in to town, to steal from the rich and give to the poor. It is a land grab; the illegal annexation of a sovereign country and the killing of innocent citizens, the destabilisation of a legitimate government and the destroying of basic human rights and freedoms.

It is U.N sanctioned piracy, on the good ship NATO … with the CIA and MOSSAD up to their dirty, stinking necks in the stealing, killing, raping, pillaging and looting.





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