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Thermonuclear World War III

19 December 2012, 11:10
the United State congress and Political leaders should finally learn their lesson, said Larouche PAC founder Lyndon Larouche today. President Obama's implementation of the British policy of regime change in libya, in the name of "humanitarian intervention" is the direct cause of this disaster. And if he is permitted to continue in office, where he is pursuing the same policy-despite resistance-in Syria, he is going to lead the world into a thermonuclear World War III.

The congress is warned at the time; Larouche said "against permitting the President to launch this illegal, aggressive war to topple Qaddafi. But the Senate, led by the pusillanimous Sen. Kerry, refused to act to defend the Constitution. The result was an alliance with al-Qaeda operatives and other London jihadists, who have now been deployed as a force of permanent warfare, including against the United State."

The US military knew at the time of Libya, as did the Russian and Chinese government, that the toppling of Qaddafi would lead to bringing chaos and Sen. James Webb (DVA) warned against alliances with the armed opposition, and credible intelligence on the presence of leading al-Qaeda operatives among the "liberators" was published. but Obama and his British anti-sovereignty crowd were determined to go ahead, with the known result. Indeed, according to white House Logs, Obama has not even been paying attention to the consequences of his Libya caper, reportedly not attending White House Intelligence briefing for a week before the attach
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