Rogue Libyan general Khalifa Haftar divides country as violence spreads

Rogue Libyan general Khalifa Haftar divides country as violence spreads
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Khalifa Hifter, who spent his 30 years is the U.S. living next to the CIA has been the U.S.'s choice to overthrow the Islamists Libyans and install a pro-U.S. regime in Libya. In short, Khalifa Hifter's military coup is a carbon operation to Iranian General Faziollah Zahedi who under the CIA plan TPAJAX Project, and a con-join British plan "Operation Boot" overthrew the Iranian Prime Minster Mohammed Mossadegh in 1953. Reports in press today reveal the U.S. forces have started arriving in Libya to train the Libyan Army, but I have no doubt the U.S. forces rush in to help Hifter solidify the takeover of the Libyan government.

Hiftar told reporters "If the people want me for president I will run for," and that sounded like what Egyptian dictator General Sissi said when he overthrew Mohammed Morsi. I believe the U.S. didn't like Islamists - either in Egypt or in Libya, and it has worked to oust them in both countries. But Libya is a tribal country, with Berbers in the south seeking autonomy, and with Islamist that won't give up to Hifter without a fight. If the Misratan militias -the toughest of all- don't join Hifter, they may become the center upon which other Islamist militias will coalesce, and a bloody civil war would certainly follow.

I see Libya becoming the New Algeria of the 1990's, and the initial success of Hifer may be fleeting. One thing is certain: It ain't over yet! Nikos Retsos, retired professor, USA

Nikos Retsos (not verified) Wed, 05/21/2014 - 19:57

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