One of my favorite guests joins us today, Al Fatah– a Libyan woman who risks a bullet to carry truth about breaking events inside Libya outside to the world. She talks about the Benghazi investigation, and the relentless march of ISIS fighters across Libya, battling against her own friends who are holding the line against the take over of Libya’s oil fields. We talk about the role Qatar and Turkey’ are playing in feeding this beast, and how US financing of ISIS has backfired so badly. She explains the Refugee Crisis as the inevitable culmination of Europe’s efforts to disintegrate Libya’s decades-old prosperity and stability. We conclude with an analysis of Libya’s impact on the European economy.
Al Fatah is a freedom fighter for Libya’s true Sovereignty and Independence. She’s a formidable source of primary intelligence. She nails the problems again and again with scary accuracy.
Strategy of Tension: A policy wherein violent struggle is encouraged rather than suppressed. The purpose is to create a general feeling of insecurity in the population and make people seek security in a strong government. Today’s guest, Eric Galati, pulls brilliantly from Italian neo-fascism and contemporary American politics to demonstrate what some have called the...