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Hillary Knew that African Guest Workers were Being Killed off by NATO Backed Rebels. Part 2

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Now we take a look how the Washington Post handled it.  Queue the background porno soundtrack.

From the Washington Post, February 3, 2016:

Unbuttons Trousers

…When Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton walked into the gilded Elysee Palace in Paris on March 14, 2011, she found a fired-up French President Nicolas Sarkozy eager to launch military strikes in Libya.

It had been nearly a month since Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi’s security forces had gunned down more than a dozen protesters in Tripoli, touched off a civil war and threatened to slaughter thousands more rebels like “rats.”

Clinton had been traveling the globe meeting with allies, hoping to find a diplomatic solution to avoid U.S. military action in yet another Muslim country. She knew European and even Arab allies wanted to strike Gaddafi, and she had come to Paris to hear them out, still unconvinced.

Now, with a huge column of Gaddafi’s tanks and soldiers closing in on the rebel stronghold of Benghazi, an animated Sarkozy gave Clinton “an earful” about the imminent bloodbath.

“He told Hillary, ‘Something must be done,’ ” said a senior European diplomat directly involved in the Paris talks. The diplomat said Clinton came out of the meeting shaking her head about Sarkozy’s hyper-energetic style.

“But he’s right,” she said, according to the diplomat.

Grabs the Astroglide

…But Clinton joined U.N. Ambassador Susan E. Rice and White House adviser Samantha Power in pressing Obama to back a U.S.- and NATO-led military campaign, arguing that the United States could not let Gaddafi butcher his citizens.

Obama sided with Clinton’s argument, and three days later, on March 17, the U.N. Security Council passed a U.S.-backed resolution authorizing “all necessary measures” to protect Libyan civilians. U.S. warplanes immediately destroyed Libya’s air defenses before turning the operation over to NATO, which continued strikes until Gaddafi was captured and killed in October.

Looks in the Mirror Sultrily

…“No one else could have played the role we did,” she wrote in her book “Hard Choices,” adding that acting with European and Arab allies helped “prevent what might have been the loss of tens of thousands of lives.”

Flips on the Barry Manilow Compact Disk

…Some have accused her of timidity for not pushing for a stronger and more sustained U.S. military and diplomatic campaign in Libya.

Lubes up the Newt Gingrich Dildo

…“We had a murderous dictator . . . threatening to massacre large numbers of the Libyan people,” she said during an October Democratic presidential debate. “We had our closest allies in Europe burning up the phone lines begging us

Feels the Cool Air on her Stiffened Nipples

…to help them try to prevent what they saw as a mass genocide, in their words. And we had the Arabs standing by our side saying, ‘We want you to help us deal with Gaddafi.’ ”

Pants as She Whispers, Oh Yes, Top Secret Clearance!

…Jake Sullivan, one of Clinton’s top advisers, said she realized immediately that the Libyan violence “could spin out of control quickly.”

Closes her Eyes Picturing Lindsey Graham Pulling the Straps to her Sequined Teddy

…The official described Clinton’s approach as “grind-it-out information-gathering.”

Farts into the Air Conditioner, Filling the Room with the Arrogant but Sweet Scent of Lipton Tea

…“She’s more disciplined than her husband,” the official said. “Hillary Clinton came into the Situation Room for every meeting thoroughly prepared. There wasn’t anything she hadn’t read. She was punctual. She’s a disciplined decision-maker.”

There’s more hot garbage where that came from, but you would have to be braindead to read all of it.

http://www.washingtonpost .com/sf/national/2016/02/03/a-tough-call-on-libya-that-still-haunts/

 

 

 

 

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