Saturday, July 6, 2013

Why the US is Mired in Debt


The US gets used by the PTB like we're some kind of mob enforcer, sent to places like Libya to crush and wipe off the face of the Earth nations that didn't have a Rothschild central bank in place.

Here's a listing of some of the forces we sent to destroy Libya in 2011, hiding behind a United Nation's 'No-Fly Zone.'
United States Armed Forces United States Navy[48] USS Mount Whitney (LCC-20), the command ship of the United States Sixth Fleet.

The Kearsarge Amphibious Ready Group, consisting of: USS Kearsarge (LHD-3), a Wasp-class amphibious assault ship.

USS Ponce (LPD-15), an Austin-class amphibious transport dock

USS Carter Hall (LSD-50), a Harpers Ferry-class dock landing ship embarked 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit

USS Barry (DDG-52), an Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer

USS Stout (DDG-55), another Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer

USS Providence (SSN-719), a Los Angeles-class nuclear attack submarine

USS Scranton (SSN-756), a second Los Angeles-class nuclear attack submarine

USS Florida (SSGN-728), an Ohio-class cruise missile submarine

USNS Kanawha, a Henry J. Kaiser-class oiler

USNS Lewis and Clark, a Lewis and Clark-class dry cargo ship

USNS Robert E. Peary, a Lewis and Clark-class dry cargo ship

Five EA-18G Growler electronic warfare aircraft operating out of NAS Sigonella and Aviano Air Base.

One EP-3E ELINT aircraft

Two P-3C Update 3 maritime surveillance aircraft

Two P-3C AIP maritime surveillance aircraft

United States Air Force

Three B-2 Spirit stealth bombers operating from Whiteman AFB.

Two B-1B bombers

Ten F-15E Strike Eagle strike fighters operating out of RAF Lakenheath

Eight F-16C Fighting Falcon multi-role fighters from Spangdahlem Air Base started leaving for Aviano on 20 March

Twelve F-16C Fighting Falcon multi-role fighters from Aviano Air Base

Two HH-60 Pave Hawk combat search and rescue helicopters from RAF Lakenheath operating from USS Ponce (LPD-15)

Three E-3 Sentry airborne warning and control system (AWACS)

Three E-8C battle management/command and control aircraft

One EC-130H electronic warfare (communications jamming) aircraft

One EC-130J psychological operations aircraft

One RC-135V/W Rivet Joint signals intelligence aircraft

Two AC-130U gunships

Four KC-10A Extender Aerial Refueling Tanker/Airlift Aircraft

Twenty KC-135 Stratotanker Aerial Refueling Tanker Aircraft

Six A-10 Thunderbolt ground-attack aircraft

Global Hawk unmanned aerial surveillance vehicle

Lockheed U-2 Reconnaissance aircraft

Predator/Reaper UAV

United States Marine Corps

Four AV-8B Harrier II ground attack fighters from the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit, operating off of USS Kearsarge

Over 400 Marines of 1st Battalion 2nd Marines from Camp Lejeune, N.C. Deployed as the Air Contingency Battalion (ACB), on 1 March 2011 to serve as the new Battalion Landing Team for the 26th MEU.
The ACB was attached to the 26th MEU on 5 March 2011 at NAS Souda Bay. This was the first time ACB has been used in almost a decade.

Two MV-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft from the 26th MEU participated in the pilot rescue.

Two CH-53E Super Stallions from the 26th MEU participated in the pilot rescue.

One KC-130J Hercules from the 26th MEU participated in the pilot rescue.

Central Intelligence Agency CIA Operatives gathering military and political information.
What did this mission from Hell accomplish? It destroyed part of the Libyan man-made river, which supplied water to a large part of Libya.
It is a war crime to attack essential civilian infrastructure. 95% of Libya is desert and 70% of Libyans depend on water which is piped in from the Nubian Sandstone Aquifer System under the southern desert. The water pipe infrastructure is probably the most essential civilian infrastructure in Libya. Key to its continued function, particularly in time of war, is the Brega pipe factory which enables leaks and breaks in the system to be repaired.

NATO has admitted that its jets attacked the pipe factory on 22 July, claiming in justification that it was used as a military storage facility and rockets were launched from there.
Libya / Brega: NATO bombed "Great Man Made River" factory, war crimes


All that money spent to destroy a nation that was no threat to the USA, but which the bankster gangsters wanted wrecked, since Libya didn't have a central Rothschild type of bank.
Just think of the good that money could of done here at home.

2 comments:

Sketchy 1 said...

I do not know who you are "Kenny" but, wish you were

on the MSM. Your posts are to the point and inspiring

...........Please god let there b more Kenny's...........

By the way, I just signed a new contract that gives me

25 mil for 5 yrs to toss a ball in a net...FREE DUMB

Greg Bacon said...

Sports stars are grossly overpaid, but they serve a vital need for the PTB; they distract people from the reality of out shitty government.

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