Trump Takes On Hillary’s War… Battle for Libyan Oil!

A shock call from President Trump to head of the “Libyan National Army,” Khalifa Hafter, praising him for keeping the oil safe in eastern Libya, has upended US policy. Now the US supports both the UN-appointed government in Tripoli and Hafter’s forces fighting against it. What’s it all about? Iran, sanctions, Saudi Arabia, oil, and Israel. Who wins in this international proxy war…? Tune in to the Ron Paul Liberty Report:

Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.

9 thoughts on “Trump Takes On Hillary’s War… Battle for Libyan Oil!”

  1. Trump, doing what Republicans have been doing best for the last 40 years: running government ham-fistedly in order to prove that big government is evil.

  2. France and the US backs Hafter while Italy and the UN backs Tripoli. It’s almost the same BS as WWII, with colonial powers fighting over Libya’s resources while simply ignoring its people as if they were just animals.

    1. I doubt the US or any European state benefits as an entity though. It’s just gangsta special interests.

  3. The Saudi and the Emirate regimes told him!
    By the Hafter is using is left hand to salute in the above picture, and that’s not how the Libya military salute.Is there something wrong with his right arm?

  4. Pat Buchanan recommended that Egypt be given half of Libya, Algeria the other half. Each could “take the oil” in exchange for providing order to Libya.

    Problem solved.

    The leftists in the US and Europe could never tolerate something so workable, however. The European Enlightenment marches on to its doom, leaving a wake of destruction as it goes.

      1. Europe and the US claim to own the world. None may invade without permission from the Enlightened god-emperors. So, Europe and the US would give the two permission to invade and take the oil.

        Something about democracy and the Enlightenment gives them this right, though the justification never makes sense to those under 65. It’s an old person thing.

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