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    The French have a lot of interests in Africa; that's why French Freemasons had been involved with imperial control in Africa ever since. They control the Ivory Coast. Gbagbo, Ali Bongo of Gabon and Nguesso of Kongo-Brazzavile are all members of French Freemasonry in Africa.

    A video of Nguesso's inauguration:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c5sDI...ayer_embedded#

    These African leaders are western puppets, just like Gaddaffi. This explains the "Satanic" books which were found in his palace.

    But with Libya the French were the first to strike that country. Obviously, the French have interests there too, perhaps with oil.

    Is this attack on Libya a French imperialist intervention?

    The French imperialists have Freemasons to do their work as they no doubt have done historically. The key to French imperialism is within Freemasonry. That's how they control the Ivory Coast, you see. That's how they maintain order there. Now that Libya is in revolt, the French imperialists have rushed in first to maintain order there, perhaps because they fear that the revolution will catch on throughout the Arican countries were the puppet-leaders control it under Freemasonry. The French are protecting other things and not just oil it seems.
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    Ignoring your Freemason stuff, its likely that the French wanted firstly to make up for their massive blunder with Tunisia (offering their police to put down unrest and many officials being to cosy with the regime). Secondly Sarkozy is very unpopular now. When things go wrong at home many leaders look abroad to solve their problems. Thirdly. It could well be an interest in oil. though this I doubt. It would have been easier for them to keep Gadaffi in power rather than throwing the country through upheaval that could well backfire.
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    They lagged behind everyone else (and everyone else was pretty slow) in regards to Tunisia. Sarkozy and his friends want to be seen as decisive rather than dithering and working with dictators.

    Also, a side note, have you ever considered joining a Freemasonry Order? See what's up there from the inside rather than blaming everything on them. I know a few Freemasons but have never seen any real advantages of joining the order other than half-priced drinks on Monday nights and I'm generally disinclined to drinking on Mondays.
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    Well France is very involved with Africa. They secretly undermined Libya in the Chadian-Libyan war and armed Chad with anti-tank guided missiles, which stopped Libyan armour from advancing and giving support to the Chadian rebels. In 1981 Gaddafi threatened once to place an oil embargo on France and in response France has said if Libya attacks a bordering country, there would be 'action' taken. I doubt that is the reason France took action first. But it says a lot about France having a keen interest in Africa, especially when it comes to oil.
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    (Original post by Fusilero)
    They lagged behind everyone else (and everyone else was pretty slow) in regards to Tunisia. Sarkozy and his friends want to be seen as decisive rather than dithering and working with dictators.

    Also, a side note, have you ever considered joining a Freemasonry Order? See what's up there from the inside rather than blaming everything on them. I know a few Freemasons but have never seen any real advantages of joining the order other than half-priced drinks on Monday nights and I'm generally disinclined to drinking on Mondays.
    No. I've no interest in joining any Order. I don't blame everything on them. Not every man who joins the Order gets to know the inner secrets of the craft. Just like in other secret socities and fraternities there are echolons and degrees of powers even in Freemasonry.

    And Freemasonry is not a drinking club. So I don't quite know where you got that from.
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    (Original post by Martyn*)
    No. I've no interest in joining any Order. I don't blame everything on them. Not every man who joins the Order gets to know the inner secrets of the craft. Just like in other secret socities and fraternities there are echolons and degrees of powers even in Freemasonry.

    And Freemasonry is not a drinking club. So I don't quite know where you got that from.
    They're not, as a whole, but I've been informed that's a perk of the local chapter since a few of the local pub landlord are Masons. The way he tried to sell it to me sounded a lot like a Trade Union.
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    Because Sarcozy had the balls to do it.
 
 
 
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