January 20, 2020
Russia and Turkey are dealing with the current crisis in Libya without the aid or input of the United States.
The important takeaway here is that the US is no longer the leader of a unipolar world because its elites behave like retarded little children and not like big boys.
That means they have to sit alone at the kids’ table while the adults do all of the real talking.
This is a remarkable development.
Putin first demonstrated this in Syria, when he worked out several agreements with the jihadis, Turkey, Iran, the Kurds and the kikes without even inviting the US to the table to weigh in on the matter. In terms of international diplomacy, this is huge. It means that the US can no longer throw its weight around and force
sodomy and circumcision Human Rights Freedom Democracy™ on every single nation on this planet.
For dissidents in particular, a multipolar world gives some more room to maneuver.
The Libyan peace talks in Berlin are yet to begin, but Russia’s Vladimir Putin and Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan have voiced their positions on the conflict, Erdogan speaking against Haftar and Putin calling for dialogue.
As the two presidents met ahead of the Sunday conference, Erdogan was direct in showing his animosity towards Libya’s Khalifa Haftar, whose forces have been closing in on the UN-backed government in Tripoli.
Эрдоган начал встречу в Берлине с традиционного приветствия: "Мой дорогой друг!" pic.twitter.com/UvCJ7L9R0M
— Путин говорит (@CzarSays) January 19, 2020
“Haftar has proven himself to be in favor of a military solution [to the conflict]. Here in Berlin, the ceasefire must be confirmed. Haftar’s aggressive behavior must be stopped so the political process and settlement can happen,” Erdogan said.
You might need a quick rundown on the situation. If not, let’s go in raw and try to sort some of this mess out. Erdogan’s play here is to support a jihadi-backed spook, Fayez Mustafa al-Sarraj, who currently controls the government of Tripoli. He’s a Western agent that was sent into Libya at the start of the NATO intervention that eventually led to General Gaddafi’s defeat.
Putin, as stated above, is open to the views of Khalifa Haftar, who is about to bring down al-Sarraj.
Sarraj has visited Russia, and is a Gaddafi-like figure.
Turkey and Libya are actually a lot closer than you might think, and this whole dispute risks sending the entirety of the East Mediterranean into a chaos spiral.
There’s a theory that’s been floated that this is about continental shelf disputes, which is probably true, I just don’t know to what extent. It’s probably part of the whole conflict just like pipeline plans through Syria no doubt contributed to the whole problem there as well.
His end game is to isolate Cyprus between Turkey's and an allied Libya's EEZ claims. That's why Greece jumped into Libya after him. It's an interesting power play by the Turks. Erdogan also deployed Leopard IIs to Cyprus in violation of the sales agreement with Germany. pic.twitter.com/cILNobe0oA
— John Moore (@UnspeakablChaos) January 18, 2020
Haftar and his army were winning on all fronts before Erdogan threatened to invade the country. Without his help, the war would already be lost – the threats of a Turkish intervention were enough to save the faction in Tripoli, which was about to get completely blown out by Haftar’s army.
Turkey, by the way, has been sold modern tanks and subs and boats by Germany. In fact, to those keeping score at home, modern Germany has a record of supporting the Turks’ foreign policy objectives on many occasions, even going so far as to give clandestine support to Albanian Moslems in their genocidal war against the Serbs in the 90s. Now though, Erdogan holds Merkel hostage because there are literally hundreds of thousands of potential terrorists within Germany and Erdogan has threatened to unleash more cultural enrichment on the prostrate Germans if they do not play along with his demands. Germany also likes to use Turkey against Greece, to twist their elbow and make them more compliant to the EU.
Unsurprisingly, the Greeks don’t take kindly to this.
In fact, the Greeks have now jumped into the fray. If Turkey manages to prop up the fake and gay government in Tripoli, the Greeks lose huge swaths of territorial water and the last half of Cyprus that the Turks didn’t steal yet gets totally surrounded.
I, for one, think that regardless of all the other factors, we should support the Greeks in this simmering conflict. They’ve been shafted so many times by both Germany and the Turks in the last century that it’s about time they got some comeuppance.
Let me just tell you right now: no one can argue that having a Golden Dawn government takeover in Berlin would be worse for the German people.
You may not see it now, but this is clearly the ideal outcome for this whole situation in Libya.