Hey check out the real Bilderberg agenda in Libya...
Nightmare in Libya: Thousands of Surface-to-Air Missiles Unaccounted Forhttp://abcnews.go.com/Blotter/nightmare-libya-20000-surface-air-missiles-missing/story?id=14610199
By BRIAN ROSS (@brianross) and MATTHEW COLE Sept. 27, 2011
The White House announced today it planned to expand a program to secure and destroy Libya's huge stockpile of dangerous surface-to-air missiles, following an ABC News report that large numbers of them continue to be stolen from unguarded military warehouses. Currently the U.S. State Department has one official on the ground in Libya, as well as five contractors who specialize in "explosive ordinance disposal", all working with the rebel Transitional National Council to find the looted missiles, White House spokesperson Jay Carney told reporters. "We expect to deploy additional personnel to assist the TNC as they expand efforts to secure conventional arms storage sites," Carney said. "We're obviously at a governmental level -- both State Department and at the U.N. and elsewhere -- working with the TNC on this." ABC News reported today U.S. officials and security experts were concerned some of the thousands of heat-seeking missiles could easily end up in the hands of al Qaeda or other terrorists groups, creating a threat to commercial airliners. "Matching up a terrorist with a shoulder-fired missile, that's our worst nightmare," said Sen. Barbara Boxer, D.-California, a member of the Senate's Commerce, Energy and Transportation Committee. Though Libya had an estimated 20,000 man-portable surface-to-air missiles before the popular uprising began in February, Assistant Secretary of State Andrew Shapiro told ABC News today the government does not have a clear picture of how many missiles they're trying to track down. "We're making great progress and we expect in the coming days and weeks we will have a much greater picture of how many are missing," Shapiro said. The missiles, four to six-feet long and Russian-made, can weigh just 55 pounds with launcher. They lock on to the heat generated by the engines of aircraft, can be fired from a vehicle or from a combatant's shoulder, and are accurate and deadly at a range of more than two miles. Peter Bouckaert of Human Rights Watch first warned about the problem after a trip to Libya six months ago. He took pictures of pickup truckloads of the missiles being carted off during another trip just a few weeks ago. "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," said Bouckaert, HRW's emergencies director. "Every time I arrive at one of these weapons facilities, the first thing we notice going missing is the surface-to-air missiles." The ease with which rebels and other unknown parties have snatched thousands of the missiles has raised alarms that the weapons could end up in the hands of al Qaeda, which is active in Libya.
"There certainly are dangerous groups operating in the region, and we're very concerned that some of these weapons could end up in the wrong hands," said Bouckaert. "I think the probability of al Qaeda being able to smuggle some of the stinger-like missiles out of Libya is probably pretty high," said Richard Clarke, former White House counterterrorism advisor and now a consultant to ABC News.
Just so we are all clear on this...
NATO has full spectrum surveillance systems that can accurately detect a handgun from space, but they would have us believe that a stockpile of 20,000 fifty five lb heat seeking missiles intended to take out commercial/military aircraft accurately from a distance of 2 miles has been left unguarded where Al-Qaeda forces have been for weeks? And that after all of the reports of Al-Qaeda forces just walking up and taking the overtly obvious false flag terror weapons, there is no immediate military reaction to defend the interests of the US, instead there is a committee formed to investigate the matter likely with the help of a representative of the law firm Kissinger and Associates.
HOW OBVIOUS DOES IT NEED TO GET?
Oh yeah, here is the cherry on the cake...now that the mission is successful for NATO (They gave Al-Qaeda their own country and armed them with 20,000 surface to air missiles. Maybe soon NATO will be giving them F-16's and weather weapons-wtf?), NATO is pulling out to let Al-Qaeda plan next generation false flag operations in secret. Of course, there will be full cybernetics over the airspace using the cyberneticly controlled drone air force. This will remain to make sure that only NATO approved false flag plans are conducted and anyone trying to give human rights to the Libyan people will be assassinated by NATO drones. You cannot make this shit up.
NATO Libya mission could end next weekhttp://www.cbc.ca/news/world/story/2011/10/01/libya-nato.html
The Associated Press Posted: Oct 1, 2011 2:07 PM ET
The military mission in Libya is largely complete and NATO's involvement could begin to wrap up as soon as next week after allied leaders meet in Brussels, according to the top U.S. commander for Africa. Army Gen. Carter Ham, head of U.S. Africa Command, told The Associated Press that American military leaders are expected to give NATO ministers their assessment of the situation during meetings late next week. NATO could decide to end the mission even though ousted leader Moammar Gadhafi is still at large and his forces are still entrenched in strongholds such as Sirte and Bani Walid. Just last week, NATO's decision-making body, the North Atlantic Council, agreed to extend the mission over the oil-rich North African nation for another 90 days, but officials have said the decision would be periodically reviewed. Families have been given the weekend to flee from the fighting in Sirte. (Esam Al-Fetori/Reuters) Ham said that the National Transitional Council and its forces should be in "reasonable control" of population centres before the end of the NATO mission, dubbed Unified Protector. And he said they are close to that now. When NATO makes its decision, Ham said he believes there would be a seamless transition of control over the air and maritime operations to U.S. Africa Command. And, at least initially, some of the military surveillance coverage would remain in place. "We don't want to go from what's there now to zero overnight," Ham said. "There will be some missions that will need to be sustained for some period of time, if for no other reason than to offer assurances to the interim government for things like border security, until such time that they are ready to do all that themselves." U.S. intelligence and surveillance assets, such as drones, will likely stay in the region also to keep watch over weapons caches, to prevent the proliferation of weapons from Libya into neighbouring countries.
Battle for Sirte
Hundreds of cars carrying Sirte residents formed long lines at revolutionary forces' checkpoints leading out of the city Saturday, calmly waiting to be checked by the fighters as explosions echoed in the distance and NATO planes circled overhead. Revolutionary forces said on Friday that families inside the city have two days to leave. Many of those fleeing Sirte said conditions in the city continue to deteriorate, with food in short supply and no water or electricity. After weeks of fighting Gadhafi's loyalists inside Sirte, the fighters now hold positions about five kilometres from the city centre, said commander Mustafa al-Rubaie. Sirte's airport and military base are under the control of anti-Gadhafi forces. However, heavy battles are continuing as Gadhafi forces are in control of strategic positions inside the city, including high-rise buildings where snipers are positioned.
But Ham said airstrikes would likely end, unless specifically requested by the Libyan transitional government. NATO took over command of the mission in March, after it was initially led by the U.S. in the early days of the bombing campaign. Canada has flown numerous air missions over Libya and provided sea support as part of the NATO mission. In addition there are Canadian Forces members on the ground, though not engaged in fighting, but to provide security for diplomats. The mission was designed to enforce a UN resolution allowing the imposition of a no-fly zone and military action to protect Libyan civilians. The aggressive bombing runs that battered Gadhafi forces, weapons, air control, and other key targets, gave the revolutionary forces the time and breathing room to organize and begin to push into regime strongholds. A key turning point came about a month ago when the fighters were able to seize the capital, Tripoli, effectively ending Gadhafi's rule. Now, the National Transitional Council has taken over the leadership of the nation and is promising to set up its new interim government, even as it continues to fight forces still loyal to the fugitive leader. Ham said NATO need not wait until Gadhafi is found and forced out of the country before ending the Libyan mission. "The fact that he is still at large some place is really more a matter for the Libyans than it is for anybody else," said Ham, adding that U.S. President Barack Obama and other leaders made it clear that the object of the mission was about protecting the people, not killing Gadhafi. Ham added he doesn't see a major U.S. role in training or other military assistance, because other Arab nations are better suited for that. He said that the U.S. may be able to help re-establish Libya's Coast Guard and maritime domain.
By the way...Brian Ross is also the ABC reporter who first broke the story that the Pentagon has been "RED TEAM" simulating flying commercial aircraft into the World Trade Center for 2 years prior to 9/11 attacks. Shot out to Brian Ross for continuing to penetrate the matrix of BS with some actual relevant information that can assist the American people in exposing the Trilateral Terrorists.