Gaddafi's Useful Idiots
The Libyan government has announced the creation of what it claims is “the world’s first sustainable region”. It’s backed by architects Foster and Partners, enthusiastically endorsed by Sir Nicholas Stern – and directed by the Colonel’s son, Saif al-Islam Gaddafi. Sir Nicholas Stern (who galvanised international thinking on climate change with his eponymous review) has given his blessing. --Martin Wright, Green Futures, 19 September 2007
The locals didn't seem to share the enthusiasm of Lords Stern and Foster and the Prince of Wales for Saif Gaddafi's vision. Green Mountain and Benghazi were among the first areas to revolt. –Biased BBC, 2 March 2011
The London School of Economics faces fresh scrutiny today over its links with Libya as it emerged that the university secured a £1 million deal to train hundreds of members of the dictatorship’s future elite. The LSE agreed to bring to Britain 400 “future leaders” of the dictatorship for training in leadership and management, with an additional 250 of the elite due to be trained in Libya. --Greg Hurst and Dominic Kennedy, The Times, 3 March 2011
Professor Sir Karl Popper, the great philosopher, argued that knowledge, science and freedom all depend upon the ability to distinguish between an open society and its enemies. The London School of Economics and Political Science, where Popper taught, has shown itself incapable of making this distinction. Or of understanding its importance... The LSE is one of the most prestigious British institutions in the world. It has stood for truth, understanding and freedom. All this is now in question. The challenge facing the leadership of the LSE could scarcely be more serious. –Editorial, The Times, 3 March 2011
1) Gaddafi's Useful Idiots - Biased BBC, 2 March 2011
2) Gaddafi Goes Green - Green Futures, 19 September 2007
3) LSE struck £1m deal to train Libya’s ruling elite - The Times, 3 March 2011
4) Editorial: Academic Deficit - The Times, 3 March 2011
5) U.S. Democrats Join Anti-Green Backlash - Politico, 3 March 2011
6) Record U.S. Natural-Gas Output Continues - The Wall Street Journal, 2 March 2011
The Mail mentioned about Saif:
"...He has extremely powerful friends in Britain, among them Prince Andrew and the Rothschilds as well as Peter Mandelson."
"...Oleg Deripaska, the controversial Russian oligarch who was the last man standing after the bloody war for control of Russia’s aluminium industry in the 1990s." Link
Some possible whys and wherefores:
'Bilderberg Hand': Deadly chaos in Libya, Bahrain as Wave of Rage spreads (Vid)
Gaddafi’s Israel Threat Linked To Libya Riots?
If Gaddafi is prised out of power, will globalist jerkovs rush marionettes in to place themselves in positions of power as happened here -
Is Egypt’s Labor Movement Being Co-opted by Globalists?
Concludes - The globalists see the old Islamic regimes as passé; anomalies in a global market, and if change is inexorable, then it has to be co-opted. The question remains, however, as to whether forces are being unleashed that will not be amenable to the “new world order?” If there are such forces, they are unlikely to be found in the hierarchy of a globalist-conceived labor movement that supports free market economics.
Egyptian Revolution? Globalists Own Both Horses In Two Horse Race
Globalist stooge Mohamed ElBaradei is being groomed by the elite to successfully hijack the revolution in Egypt and fend off presidential rival Amr Moussa, who himself is a favored candidate for the US military-industrial complex, meaning that the globalists will own both horses in a two horse race – welcome to “democracy,” new world order style.
“Operation Libya” and the Battle for Oil
The geopolitical and economic implications of a US-NATO led military intervention directed against Libya are far-reaching.
New study says chickens can feel empathy
EC commissioners and MPs to be studied next.