Slave Maket Open In Libya

Migrants from West Africa are being openly traded in “public slave markets” across Libya.

http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/videos/embed/18558

http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/migrants-are-being-sold-open-slave-markets-libya-1616492

 

 

 

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America, Obama’s Libya

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Americans are worried!  We aren’t sure what side or whose side our United States President is following.  We saw how he stood back and lied, when all hell broke loose in Benghazi, Libya.  We heard how four brave men died while they all sat back and watched from a drone to the White House big screen. They were attacked on the 9-11 anniversary right before a presidential election. His administration tried to keep it all a quiet secret so it wouldn’t affect his election. This is just more of his reflection. America doesn’t want to become another Libya.  We hear how he sympathizes with Islam and how he cannot even publically say, that ISIS is derived from Islamic radicals.  We see how he keeps our unsecured borders open and unpatrolled.  We feel like we are sheep being led to the slaughter.  Then to top it all off, we hear that he’s the one backing ISIS or ISIL.  He does nothing to protect American citizens.  He condones evil and chastises good.  We have good innocent people dying dropping like flies, and he sits back and does nothing.  We have a president that does secret deals and threatens, all national security, and nobody does anything.  Congress has no backbone.  They let our president lead us to a national death. Our president has stripped America.

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Benghazi

Once upon a time there were four Americans.
Living in a place called Benghazi, Libya,
They were sent there on a secret mission.
Under specific condition,
Sent there to find hidden weapons, and ammunition,
Asking many questions,
The wrong people heard.
Their presence stirred.
Hired,
To shoot first and ask questions later.
They were called the brave four.
One was American Ambassador, Chris Stevens.
Second was Navy Seal, Tyrone Woods.
Third was State department, staff member, Sean Smith.
Fourth was Navy Seal, Glen Doherty
They all worked undercover.
Fighting to recover,
Advanced weapons, hidden by the enemy.
Requesting additional help in a foreign country,
They weren’t denied not once, not twice, but, three times.
Not recognized as war crimes.
With help only three hours away,
Defense secretary notified after fifty minutes into the attack.
The same day, within the same hour, feeling Washington’s power
Two American heroes’ ordered to stand down.
Being left alone, they stood along one another.
Being the heroes they were, they decided to fight.
Defending Ambassador, Chris Stevens and State Department, Staff member Sean Smith before it was too late.
Not knowing their fate.
Refusing to take flight,
They decided to fight to the end.
As heavy mortars, RPGs’ hand grenades and assault riffles’ firing.
Never tiring,
They faced their enemies.
Not caring.
Baring,
It all, whether it meant being dead or alive.
They bravely took the enemy on thinking help would arrive.
Not knowing America would deprive.
As an American president watched from the eyes of a drone,
Not answering his phone.
He witnessed them fighting for hours.
Engulfing his powers,
Feeling the anxiety of a coward,
Looking into the bold eyes’ of proud American heroes’,
Afraid he wouldn’t be re-elected.
He selected.
Commanded,
Complete silence.
He watched in cold blood as four American heroes were gunned down.
One by one,
By the enemies army,
As a coward’s cold sweat rolled down his face,
He watched.
Taken down in hostile enemy territory,
Denied help by their country.
They were all sent to die a martyrs’ death.
Navy Seal, Tyrone Wood’s found lifeless, breathless on top of a metal roof, with his rifle still in his locked cold fingers along with him Navy Seal, Glen Doherty.
Refusing to give up!
They both fought to the end for nearly seven hours.
They will always be remembered as the brave four.
Not to be forgotten.
These young brave fellows were sacrificed for a presidential election.

 

Once upon a time there were four Americans. Living in a place called Benghazi, Libya, They were sent there on a secret mission. Under specific condition, Sent there to find hidden weapons, and ammunition, Asking many questions, The wrong people heard. Their presence stirred. Hired, To shoot first and ask questions later. They were called the brave four. One was American Ambassador, Chris Stevens. Second was Navy Seal, Tyrone Woods. Third was State department, staff member, Sean Smith. Fourth was Navy Seal, Glen Doherty They all worked undercover. Fighting to recover, Advanced weapons, hidden by the enemy. Requesting additional help in a foreign country, They weren’t denied not once, not twice, but, three times. Not recognized as war crimes. With help only three hours away, Defense secretary notified after fifty minutes into the attack. The same day, within the same hour, feeling Washington’s power Two American heroes’ ordered to stand down. Being left alone, they stood along one another. Being the heroes they were, they decided to fight. Defending Ambassador, Chris Stevens and State Department, Staff member Sean Smith before it was too late. Not knowing their fate. Refusing to take flight, They decided to fight to the end. As heavy mortars, RPGs’ hand grenades and assault riffles’ firing. Never tiring, They faced their enemies. Not caring. Baring, It all, whether it meant being dead or alive. They bravely took the enemy on thinking help would arrive. Not knowing America would deprive. As an American president watched from the eyes of a drone, Not answering his phone. He witnessed them fighting for hours. Engulfing his powers, Feeling the anxiety of a coward, Looking into the bold eyes’ of proud American heroes’, Afraid he wouldn’t be re-elected. He selected. Commanded, Complete silence. He watched in cold blood as four American heroes were gunned down. One by one, By the enemies army, As a coward’s cold sweat rolled down his face, He watched. Taken down in hostile enemy territory, Denied help by their country. They were all sent to die a martyrs’ death. Navy Seal, Tyrone Wood’s found lifeless, breathless on top of a metal roof, with his rifle still in his locked cold fingers along with him Navy Seal, Glen Doherty. Refusing to give up! They both fought to the end for nearly seven hours. They will always be remembered as the brave four. Not to be forgotten. These young brave fellows were sacrificed for a presidential election.

Once upon a time there were four Americans.
Living in a place called Benghazi, Libya,
They were sent there on a secret mission.
Under specific condition,
Sent there to find hidden weapons, and ammunition,
Asking many questions,
The wrong people heard.
Their presence stirred.
Hired,
To shoot first and ask questions later.
They were called the brave four.
One was American Ambassador, Chris Stevens.
Second was Navy Seal, Tyrone Woods.
Third was State department, staff member, Sean Smith.
Fourth was Navy Seal, Glen Doherty
They all worked undercover.
Fighting to recover,
Advanced weapons, hidden by the enemy.
Requesting additional help in a foreign country,
They weren’t denied not once, not twice, but, three times.
Not recognized as war crimes.
With help only three hours away,
Defense secretary notified after fifty minutes into the attack.
The same day, within the same hour, feeling Washington’s power
Two American heroes’ ordered to stand down.
Being left alone, they stood along one another.
Being the heroes they were, they decided to fight.
Defending Ambassador, Chris Stevens and State Department, Staff member Sean Smith before it was too late.
Not knowing their fate.
Refusing to take flight,
They decided to fight to the end.
As heavy mortars, RPGs’ hand grenades and assault riffles’ firing.
Never tiring,
They faced their enemies.
Not caring.
Baring,
It all, whether it meant being dead or alive.
They bravely took the enemy on thinking help would arrive.
Not knowing America would deprive.
As an American president watched from the eyes of a drone,
Not answering his phone.
He witnessed them fighting for hours.
Engulfing his powers,
Feeling the anxiety of a coward,
Looking into the bold eyes’ of proud American heroes’,
Afraid he wouldn’t be re-elected.
He selected.
Commanded,
Complete silence.
He watched in cold blood as four American heroes were gunned down.
One by one,
By the enemies army,
As a coward’s cold sweat rolled down his face,
He watched.
Taken down in hostile enemy territory,
Denied help by their country.
They were all sent to die a martyrs’ death.
Navy Seal, Tyrone Wood’s found lifeless, breathless on top of a metal roof, with his rifle still in his locked cold fingers along with him Navy Seal, Glen Doherty.
Refusing to give up!
They both fought to the end for nearly seven hours.
They will always be remembered as the brave four.
Not to be forgotten.
These young brave fellows were sacrificed for a presidential election.