So let's talk about Libya. President Obama addressed the country Tuesday night to explain his rationale on air strikes invading Libya saying “circumstances allowed the U.S. and its allies to halt a humanitarian disaster.” Now peep, Gaddafi undercuts the position of the "feebler sex" and berates black Africans whom he calls “a lazy race liable to multiply without limit,” (taken from Gaddafi’s “Green Book” written in 1975). In addition to that, he believes that HIV is "a peaceful virus, not an aggressive virus" and "if you are straight then you have no worries." Really Mr. Gaddafi?
To Obama's opposition Louis Farrakhan backs Gaddafi and asks Obama, "Who the hell do you think you are, that you can talk to a man that built a country over 42 years ago, and ask him step down and get out?" True Mr. Farrakhan. However, Farrakhan has been in cahoots with Gaddafi for over 40 years. The Libyan leader once provided the Nation of Islam a five million dollar interest-free loan and reportedly offered to fund Farrakhan's group to the tune of one billion dollars. Also, Louis Farrakhan was the person who introduced Jeff Fort, founder of the Black P Stones, to Gaddafi. Farrakhan then called Fortes new gang, EL RUKN, his "Devine Warriors.” Later, Colonel Gaddafi offered to pay EL RUKN 2.5million to carry out terrorists plots against the U.S.
So my question is this, who's wrong? Obama for wanting to take out the Libyan leader? Gaddafi for wanting his people persecuted because they want him out of office? Also, is Farrakhan wrong for accepting money from the Libyan leader to support his own cause and in return wanting to help bring the United States to its knees?
Politics works all the way around when it comes to money. The main objective is protecting self interest.