Monday, 31 October 2011

LIBYA UPDATE (IN PICTURES)

Ken Berwitz

They say a picture is as good as 1,000 words. 

Well, take a look at these pictures:  Of the al-qaeda flag flying over Benghazi, Libya.  Then see how many of the 1,000 are curse words:


Change of regime? A trademark Al Qaeda flag was seen flying over Benghazi's courthouse last week

Change of regime? A trademark Al Qaeda flag was seen flying over Benghazi's courthouse last week

 Flying high: The Al Qaeda flag, with Arabic writing and a moon design, can be seen flying alongside a Libyan national flag above Benghazi's courthouse

Flying high: The Al Qaeda flag, with Arabic writing and a moon design, can be seen flying alongside a Libyan national flag above Benghazi's courthouse



Maybe Hillary Clinton and President Obama would like to strut a little more about their great "victory" in Libya.......

Zeke .... It was the War to End all North African Wars --- It was to make the Mahgreb (countries of North Africa) safe for al Q'aeda ...... .... Democracy is not a cultural, religious or historic aspect of life there. ..... ..... ...... (10/31/11)


IN CASE YOU ARE WONDERING WHY THE LAST BLOG MENTIONED STEVEN CHU...

Ken Berwitz

Steven Chu is the Obama administration's Energy Secretary.  He is therefore the one who signed off on that half BILLION dollar loan guarantee to Solyndra, making sure that it was written in a way that when Solyndra went belly-up the big Obama fundraiser behind it would get his $$$ back instead of the taxpayer. 

He also signed off on over a half billion to build $97,000 electric cars that no one but the rich can buy -- in Finland, not in the USA.

And he also signed off on $43 million for Beacon Power Corp.  Here is how that is working out, courtesy of the following excerpt from Ben Geman's article at thehill.com:

Second Energy Department-backed company goes bankrupt

A Massachusetts company that received a $43 million Energy Department loan guarantee last year filed for bankruptcy Sunday, a step certain to fuel criticism of federal green energy financing in the wake of the solar company Solyndras collapse.

Beacon Power Corp., which develops energy storage systems, filed for bankruptcy protection in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Delaware.

Beacon Power had received a federal loan guarantee to help build an energy storage plant in Stephentown, N.Y., that began operating in January. The Treasury Departments Federal Financing Bank provided the loan.

Beacon sought bankruptcy protection two days after the White House
ordered an independent 60-day evaluation of the Energy Department's loan programs aimed at ensuring effective management and monitoring.
 

If, after reading this, you are still wondering why I included Chu in the previous blog?  I can't help you.


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