West turns on their new friend Ghaddafi: Pretend you are dead and you will see who really loves you

Filed in Current affairs, US foreign policy by on March 11, 2011 0 Comments

France has recognized the rebel group in Libya. This move shows the eyes of French  imperialism in Africa. France is known for its addiction to oil and its involvement with dictators in oil-rich African countries such as Gabon, Republic of Congo, and Angola. And behind the French government is hidden the French oil mafia that often supports various military groups to have access to their oil.

Just a while ago, Ghaddafi was the new friend of the West, with many countries renewing their diplomatic ties with the dictator. The first sign of trouble in the North African country uncovers the real face of imperialism. Moammar Ghaddafi and his sons must be in shock to see how the West has made a 180-degree turn against the Libyan regime.

The truth is, you know your true friends in bad time. So far, very few are on Ghaddafi’s side, including China and Russia, Hugo Chavez and Fidel Castro. As the Bangala of Congo say, “Pretend you are dead and you will see who really loves you.”


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