UN security council votes to send in forces to restore order to Libya
Matt Gratz, Political Fail Blog
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After the international community decided to topple Libya’s government by way of military force, bombs and propaganda, the UN security council has passed a resolution allowing themselves to enter Libya to assist in the restructuring and to ensure that order be restored to the war torn country by their armed “peace keepers.”
Like many endeavors the UN is involved in, the intervention in Libya comes with controversy. Globalist organizations such as NATO & the UN say military action was necessary to save the lives of innocent civilians who were facing genocide perpetrated by the former leader of the country, Moammar Gadhafi and his army of loyal soldiers. The genocide never occurred, however the coalition forces along with the rebels have killed hundreds if not thousands of people since the beginning of the intervention back in March of this year.
Now that the country has been left in shambles, the same people who dropped the destructive bombs are now stepping in to repair what they have broken. As jobs may be hard to come by here at home in the US, the UN security council seems to be creating their own opportunities around the world.
[The U.N. Security Council unanimously adopted a resolution Friday to establish a support mission in Libya for an initial period of three months and to take other measures to help the country get back on its feet.
The mission's mandate includes restoring public security and order and promoting the rule of law, beginning efforts to write a constitution and set up elections, promoting and protecting human rights, and thawing the assets freeze that had been imposed on the government of ousted leader Moammar Gadhafi. FULL CNN REPORT HERE]
Venezuela, Cuba, Bolivia, Nicaragua, Angola and Gabon all denounced the resolution which forced the entire assembly to vote. The vote was 114 in favor, 17 against and 15 abstentions.
The National Transitional Council was recently approved to represent Libya at next week’s meeting of the U.N. General Assembly. The Venezuelan ambassador called the NTC an “illegitimate transitory authority, imposed by foreign intervention.”
What I see happening here is the globalist community engineering their way to global government and acceptance to the idea that the world needs a global police force, such as the UN peace keepers. There has even been talk about the UN creating a global police force of “green helmets” to keep the peace during/after natural disasters.
Libyan matters are now the business of the United Nations. The country has lost it’s sovereignty as President Obama plans to meet with the NTC chairman at the UN on Tuesday to plan the future of the Libya.
[On Tuesday, the NTC chairman, Mustafa Abdul Jalil, is to meet U.S. President Barack Obama at the United Nations, said Ben Rhodes, deputy national security adviser for strategic communications.Obama has called for a meeting on the margins of the General Assembly to address the future of Libya.]
Some say the new world order is coming, but most know we are already living it. The United Nations is global government and the UN security council is the global police force. Leaders of the United States, the UK, China, Russia and France when joined together as the UN security council have the power to decide to bomb countries and call it humanitarian aid. Seems like more of a world out of order if you ask me.