Thursday, April 28, 2011

NATO Starts Hunting for Gaddafi

NATO has begun “a hunt for Gaddafi with the aim of eliminating him”, reported the British Sky News TV channel.  Blows delivered to Gaddafi’s residence in Tripoli in the small hours of Monday are a reflection of this new course of action. NATO air force fired missiles at the building where Gaddafi met with the delegation of the African Union several days ago. 

The Daily Telegraph reports that the political leaders of a number of Western countries have appealed to NATO “to recognize Gaddafi as a target for elimination”. The situation in Libya is in a deadlock and Gaddafi’s elimination is one of the solutions,” the newspaper quotes some western political scientists’ opinion.[1]

Senator John McCain said that Gaddafi should be targeted but argued that it was more important to increase US firepower over Libya 
Senator Lindsey Graham, a Republican member of the Senate Armed Services committee, said that the quickest way to end the emerging stalemate was to "cut the head of the snake off." He said: "The people around Gaddafi need to wake up every day wondering, 'Will this be my last?' [2]

Nothing will get in their way. The globalists will take seven countries in five years. Which Middle Eastern leader will be the next one targeted for assassination?