Well, rather surprisingly, the fall of Libyan dictator Khaddaffi has occurred sooner than anticipated. We are all happy to see the end of his cruel dictatorship; at least, we think so.
Prepare for an avalanche from the American Pravda regarding how President Obama is responsible for the end of Khaddaffi's brutal reign. What a hero our president has turned out to be. Single-handedly, he has taken out both Osama bin Laden and now Muammar Khaddaffi. Wow! What a foreign policy genius!
But, before you get too caught up in the euphoria of the moment, stop and ponder what such a move means for the Libyan people. Who will be waiting in the wings to take over the leadership of this North African nation? Could it be hard-line Islamists as appears to be the case in Egypt? That's my guess. After all, didn't we hear that al Qaeda was deeply involved in the Libyan rebellion against Khaddaffi?
Remember the American Pravda and the Obama regime bragging about the freedom coming to the Egyptian people? Based on what they were telling us, we would have thought it was "1776 Egyptian-style". Now that reality has set in and the Muslim Brotherhood is gaining power in Egypt and the Egyptian people are turning against the peace that Mubarak was able to maintain with Israel, the corrupt media is rather silent on the topic. What a surprise!
Get an analysis from Joshua Pundit:
Khaddaffi: The Fall Of The Brother Leader
"Rebels entered Tripoli today from the west, meeting almost no resistance. A planned uprising within Khaddaffi's stronghold broke out as the rebels attacked the city.
According to what rebel spokesperson Adel Dabbechi told Reuters, Khaddaffi's younger son Saif Al-Islam had been captured and his eldest son Mohammed Al-Gaddafi have surrendered to rebel forces.
The rebels have secured Green Square in central Tripoli, there are racous celebrations going on and the city appears to have fallen although sporadic fighting continues.
And the Brother Leader? Conflicting reports. Some reports on Twitter say he was shot and killed near the Rixos Hotel while trying to escape. Other reports have him in Algeria and en route to Tunis and exile.
In any case, the regime has obviously fallen. But before we break out the champagne, there's an important thing to consider - what happens next?
As those regular members of Joshua's Army know, the rebels are severely divided and there are Islamist Muslim Brotherhood and al-Qaeda factions among them. The Obama Administration got us involved in this costly adventure on behalf of one side in a civil war without even a clear idea of whom we're helping.
At this point, Khaddaffi's arsenals have been looted and the booty widely dispersed, including cute little toys like SA-7 missiles, portable shoulder fired surface-to-air heat seeking missiles that can be used against civilian and military aircraft.
What happens next? My bet is chaos as various factions fight for the spoils. And I doubt the ultimate outcome is going to be what the Obama Administration expected.
I only hope he doesn't waste more of our money on another farcical nation building extravaganza.
Between this and an Islamist regime taking over in Egypt, the foundations for the New Caliphate have likely been laid."