ABC News: UN, US Call For Ending Blockade of Oil Fields In Libya

Guess who else woke up this morning on the side of Democracy along with MBS and Nicolás Maduro after the price of a barrel of oil shot up to $138 last night?

ABC News:

“CAIRO — The United Nations and the United States on Monday called for the lifting of a blockade on oil production at two of Libya’s key oil fields as prices soared to over $130 a barrel.

Stephanie Williams, the U.N. special adviser on Libya, said blocking oil production from the Sharara and el-Feel fields “deprives all Libyans from their major source of revenue.” She tweeted: “The oil blockade should be lifted.”

Richard Norland, the U.S. ambassador to Libya, also called for an immediate end to the shutdown. …”

Back in 2011, Muammar al-Gaddafi found himself an evil dictator who was on the wrong side of Democracy. NATO, which we are told is a purely “defensive” military alliance, went into North Africa to spread Freedom. The result was that Libya collapsed into chaos, refugees poured into Europe from across the Mediterranean and slavery was restored in the country.

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4 Comments

  1. Shlomo is flailing but hey, slavery is apparently back in vogue. Just don’t bring them here please.

  2. This is hilarious. The GAE is furiously destroying all the systems that give it power, and is getting downright creative in coming up with new ways to burn its legitimacy. If I didn’t know better, I’d guess that someone who hates the Empire and wants to destroy it was actually in charge right now.

    Our ruling class thinks so highly of itself, yet is so shockingly incompetent in the face of an actual problem.

  3. @Anonymous:

    Re: ” new ways to burn its legitimacy”:

    The U.S. doesn’t need real legitimacy and it has none.

    The U.S. is keeping Libya in chaos, and can take the Libyans’ oil at will.

    The U.S. is also assisting the Royal House of Saud with targeting, training and supplies to genocide the courageous Yemenis, who are resisting and delaying the Saudi takeover of their large, mostly untapped oil resources. The U.S. homeland population that “needs” Yemen’s oil couldn’t care less about the genocide.

    The U.S. is also occupying the Syrian oil fields, and directly tapping and stealing the oil that belongs to the Syrian people.

    I could go on and on and on.

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