|20,000 missiles missing in Libya - What could possibly go wrong?|
Missiles Missing in Libya
"People can literally drive up with pickup trucks or even 18-wheelers and take away whatever they want."
- - - - Peter Bouckaert, Human Rights Watch
The shit hit the fan this week as the House of Representatives held hearings on the massive stupidity and cover up of the security situation in Libya and the killing of our ambassador.
But as usual the real story is ignored by a bi-partisan lap dog media that protects both parties.
That real story is perhaps 20,000 Libyan missiles are unaccounted for because both parties in Congress allowed Caesar Obama to wage an unconstitutional war and totally destabilize the country.
|The Constitution has no meaning to either party.|
Caesar destabilized Libya allowing for thousands of weapons to get loose into the Middle East and get our ambassador assassinated.
Grilled by Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) about the instability in Libya and the growing al Qaeda threat following the U.S. intervention to topple dictator Moammar Gadhafi last year, Lt. Col. Andy Wood testified that, "their presence grows every day. They are certainly more established than we are.”
Colonel Wood also said that some 10,000 to 20,000 shoulder-fired missiles are missing from Libyan arsenals.
Libyan Fiasco: 20, 000 Surface-to-Air Missiles Missing
The administration of Caesar Obama refuses to explain why 20, 000 surface-to-air missiles (SAMs) are now missing from the Libyan nation-state's armories--and now pose a threat to domestic airliners.
RT News reported that some 10,000 missiles are missing in Libya, NATO reportedly acknowledged in a secret meeting with German MPs. Fears of where the missing missiles may end up are worsened by the alarm that Gaddafi’s abandoned arsenals were unguarded for the longest time.
NATO’s concerns emerged during a briefing with German parliamentarians. Admiral Giampaolo di Paola said the missing ground-to-air missiles represent “a serious threat to civil aviation,” Der Spiegel magazine quoted him as saying.
The admiral, who chairs the committee of NATO military chiefs, added that the weapons could fall into the wrong hands and find purchasers “anywhere from Kenya to Kunduz [in Afghanistan]."
What is certainly true is that many of Gaddafi’s arsenals were open to any visitor – and eventually to the black market. The emergencies director for Human Rights Watch, Peter Bouckaert, first warned about the weapons being looted after a trip to Libya.
"I myself could have removed several hundred if I wanted to, and people can literally drive up with pickup trucks or even 18-wheelers and take away whatever they want," Bouckaert told ABC News.
(The Hill) (RT News)