That day David rose up and continued his flight from Saul, and he eventually came to King A’chish of Gath. The servants of A’chish said to him: “Is this not David, the king of the land? Is he not the one they sang about when they danced, saying, ‘Saul has struck down his thousands, and David his tens of thousands’?” David took these words to heart, and he became very much afraid of King A’chish of Gath. So he disguised his sanity in their presence and acted insane while among them. He was making marks on the doors of the gate and letting his saliva run down his beard. Finally A’chish said to his servants: “You see that this man is crazy! Why bring him to me? Do I have a shortage of crazy men that I need to have this one acting crazy before me? Should this man enter my house?”
This biblical story crossed my mind when I read Obama’s recent statement on Libya. In August, he told New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman:
“I’ll give you an example of a lesson I had to learn that still has ramifications to this day. And that is our participation in the coalition that overthrew Qaddafi in Libya. I absolutely believed that it was the right thing to do. … Had we not intervened, it’s likely that Libya would be Syria. … And so there would be more death, more disruption, more destruction. But what is also true is that I think we [and] our European partners underestimated the need to come in full force if you’re going to do this. Then it’s the day after Qaddafi is gone, when everybody is feeling good and everybody is holding up posters saying, ‘Thank you, America.’ At that moment, there has to be a much more aggressive effort to rebuild societies that didn’t have any civic traditions. … So that’s a lesson that I now apply every time I ask the question, ‘Should we intervene, militarily? Do we have an answer [for] the day after?'”
Of course the president of the United States did not behave like a physically retarded person like biblical King David did, but the similarity lies in the fact that both of these rulers covered up their true nature to avoid being exposed for who they really are. And in Obama’s case, the above statement is nothing but a cover up for his psychopathic personality. This might sound a bit harsh after just having read the humble words about life lessons that one has to learn even if you are the president of the United States – those words even might make people feel bad for “innocent, well-intended” Obama, who “absolutely believed that bombing Libya was the right thing to do”, and who therefore deserves credit for admitting his fault and for learning from his mistakes.
Well, no. Not only did Obama not exactly spill coffee on the carpet during a thoughtless moment – the US/NATO invention killed over 100,000 Libyans, displaced millions and destroyed a flourishing country – the way he condones his criminal actions by describing them as being part of his personal growth and development is utterly psychopathic. One of the characteristics of psychopaths is that they have no ability to put themselves in the feelings they are making other people experience by their actions. They have no remorse for their actions, however, they can show fake remorse if it is necessary to get them out of trouble. And Obama knows too darn well that he would be in big trouble if his true intentions and preconceived plans would be out in the open.
These intentions and plans have been unfolding in Libya since early 2011. First the powers decided what they want to happen, namely chaos. Out of that chaos they can bring their new order, which causes more chaos so they can bring more order, and that way they change society. This is what mass manipulation is about. Creating trauma in the mass public mind through change and events that occur so fast that the public can’t cope with it, so that the people either become shell-shocked as a result, or they lose self-control and self-respect and become criminals themselves. This aptly describes the much-lauded Change in Libya. The majority of the Libyans, as it appears to me, became shell-shocked and therefore are unable to unite and take action against the invaders. Another part of them became the violent thugs that we now know as militias, those that loot and burn houses, shell civilian areas and make life a hell of insecurity, fear and death. And who is laughing in their sleeves? It is Barack ain’t-I-endearingly-humble Obama and the like, who successfully freed Libya of freedom, prosperity and security, and liberated it from a revolutionary leader.
I am deeply sorry, Libya, that you fell victim to the deathly greed of these psychopathic rulers.