Monday, March 28, 2011

Farrakhan Advises Obama on Libya

African Americans did not automatically support Obama for President. You will recall they looked at him closely to understand that he was not a Cultural Traitor like Clarance Thomas, before they threw their support behind him. And we will be watching his actions closely with regard to Libya (Video)

The honorable Minister Farrakhan warns, advises Obama on Libya

I voted for the President and if you know my writing you know I am a strong supporter of our President. However, I disagree regarding his policy on Libya as I understand it today. I hired him to end the two Bush wars not to start a third war, especially not to attack Africa.

Qaddafi is no Saddam Hussein i.e. an American Bush CIA puppet gone rouge. Qaddafi describes himself as an African not an Arab. He help us in South Africa. He is for a United States of Africa which I support as the future of Africa in the Global Village. He has sent money to AA causes here in the United states and built much for his people out of oil profits.

Unlike Egypt's natural non-violent uprising, I suspect that the violent Libya insurgency is a combination of Islam extremest, who don't like this secular African President, and the CIA, British, French subversion of natural decent. Not unlike what Bush and the forty thieves did in Venezuela.

"...I warn my brother don't you let these wicked demons move you in a direction that will absolutely ruin your future with your people in Africa and throughout the world..."

This is good advise and the President would be wise to listen. Like before the election, the 2 billion+ Black People worldwide are watching Libya and the President's actions as they relate to Cultural Health. Politics aside this is a very culturally risky situation.

I hear the President is not for assassination like the historically murderous British area. Germany has pulled out of the alliance because of the murderous intentions of the Brits.

Bush led the Brits down a no win war rat hole and they are trying to return the favor, Mr. President don't bite.

Whether you agree with Farrakhan as a person or not, he has made some important points and laid out some facts that need to be put in the peace piped and smoked.

"...Why don't you organize a group of respected Americans and ask for a meeting with Qaddafi..."

Unfortunately this is not a political practicality in the reality of Tea Party extreme Republican politics. But it has the ring of a peaceful thing that could produce positive results on the continent and around the world.

How many of you think the Libya attack was a Clinton thing, that Obama reluctantly went along with because he cut a deal with the Clinton's to let them run foreign policy while he focused on his main domestic goals like Health Care Reform?

I will be watching the President's speech tonight on Libya policy to better understand his role,how about you.

1 comment:

Aunk said...

Hetep and Respect UPDATE: I watched the President's explanation of why he acted in the Libya crisis.

First the good news. Obama said after 9 days of military action, he did not use the word war, we will be out of the lead on Wednesday when NATO takes over.

He believed a town of 700,000 was about to be massacred. To stop it was in our national interest and consistent with our values.

Regarding our interested he side the massacre would create a regional refugee problem that could destabilize Libya' neighbors Egypt and Tunisia who are in transition as we speak.

On values, he said that military action was necessary to stop a massacre similar to Bosnia and Rwanda. He also pointed to this as a UN based world warning shot to others that would turn military might against their own people to stay in power.

The President indicate he would like to see Gaddafi step down and the people elect who they want to lead them it is not the US mission to kill Gaddfi.

On regional interests and values, mostly on values, I tend to except his explanation and view this as a positive development pending more information.

I admit I am Culturally Illiterate regarding Libya and its history but I know Gaddafi to be a friend to Black People world wide, a secularist and an enemy of Muslim extremest.

It is important to note what was not said, The West and the Arab block was united but the President did not get a green light from the African Union or the rest of the world.

There was no mention of Oil or the British blood lust.


1. How long do we stay -end game

2. What does it cost.

3. Is this a military action "add on" to the Obama Doctrine of talk to them and compromise.

4. Will this new Values based military action (no fly air only) to save civilians be applied to other parts of Africa like Congo?

4. What are the Cultural Health implications

The bottom line is, I came away from the President's explanation not as against his action as I went into the speech.

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