WEST vs CHINA: A NEW COLD WAR BEGINS ON LIBYAN SOIL

By Patrick Henningsen
21st Century Wire
April 13, 2011

The question as to why US-led NATO forces are determined to engineer a regime change in Libya is now becoming clear. While media pundits and political experts still argue over whether the Libyan rebel gangs are actually being backed and directed by US, UK and Israel intelligence agencies, broader long-range Western policy objectives for Libya are being completely ignored.

One only has to read the strategic briefings in U.S. AFRICOM documents to realise the true endgame in Libya: the control of valuable resources and the eviction of China from North Africa.

When the US formed AFRICOM in 2007, some 49 countries signed on to the US military charter for Africa but one country refused: Libya. Such a treacherous act by Libya’s leader Moummar Qaddafi would only sow the seeds for a future conflict down the road in 2011.

NATO: Reduced to a mere private security force for western corporate interests.

According to former Reagan cabinet official Dr Paul Craig Roberts, the situation with Qaddafi is much different than the other recent protests in the Arab world. “Why is NATO there?” has become to real question, says Roberts, who fears that risky involvement stemming from American influence could lead to catastrophic breaking point in Libya.

CHINESE INTERESTS IN LIBYA

According to Bejing’s Ministry of Commerce, China’s current contracts in Libya number no less than 50 large projects involving contracts in excess of 18 billion USD. What is even more revealing here is that due to the recent instability in the North African region, China’s investments have taken a serious hit. The recent political turmoil in the region has caused China’s foreign contracted projects  to drop with new contracts amounting to $ 3,470,000,000, down 53.2%. Among them, the amount of new contracts in Libya, down by 45.3%, 13.9% less turnover; to Algeria, the amount of the contract fell 97.1%, turnover decreased by 10.7% – all within the first 2 months of this year.

 WHY WE ARE IN LIBYA: a revealing interview with Dr Paul Craig Roberts.

In addition to the numerous Chinese investments in Libya, the North African nation has also recently completed one of the most expensive and advance water works projects in world history- Libya’s Great Man Made River.  This 30 year venture finished only last year, gives Libya the potential for an agricultural and economic boom that would certainly mean trouble for competing agri-markets in neighbouring Israel and Egypt. It could also transform Libya into the emerging “bread basket” of Africa.

With global food prices on the rise, and Libya possessing a stable currency and cheap domestic energy supply, it doesn’t take an economic genius to see what role Libya could play in the global market place.

                  VALUABLE ASSET: Libya’s Great Man Made River.

AFRICOM: CHILD OF PNAC

Founded under US President George Bush Jr, AFRICOM is a subset of the larger neo-conservative Project for a New American Century (PNAC). Central to AFRICOM’s strategic goals is to confront the increasing Chinese influence on the continent. One AFRICOM study suggests that China will eventually dispatch troops to Africa to defend its interests there:

“Now China has achieved a stage of economic development which requires endless supplies of African raw materials and has started to develop the capacity to exercise influence in most corners of the globe. The extrapolation of history predicts that distrust and uncertainty will inevitably lead the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) to Africa in staggering numbers…”

So we have a vocalised fear on the part of US military planners, of a military confrontation with China… in Africa. Today it’s Libya, but tomorrow, it will be in Sudan. Does this sound a little familiar?  Well, it should…

THE NEW COLD WAR WITH CHINA

What the Chinese economic data (above) does show clearly is that the strategic policy objectives outlined in Washington’s AFRICOM documents, particularly those ones designed to confront and minimise China’s economic interest in Africa- are working very well as a result of instability in the region.  ‘Destabilisation’ as a tool of control has always worked for colonial powers. Engineered chaos can then be managed by a strong military presence in the region.

In effect, what we are witnessing here is the dawn of a New Cold War between the US-EURO powers and China. This new cold war will feature many of the same elements of the long and protracted US-USSR face-off we saw in the second half of the 20th century. It will take place off shore, in places like Africa, South America, Central Asia and through old flashpoints like Korea and the Middle East.

AFRICOM: Outlining America's new military playground.

What makes this new cold war much deeper and more subtle than the previous one, is that it will not be cloaked in a popular ideology like ‘Capitalism vs Communism’. This new war centres around one single issue- natural resources.

The transnational corporate capture and control of the world’s remaining resources and energy supplies will be the theme which will govern- and literally fuel, all major conflicts in the 21st century. It will be fought through numerous proxies, and on far-flung pitches across the globe but it will never be spoken of by the White House Press Secretary or the Foreign Office in Downing Street.

   Early reports out of Libya confirm that “Rebels” are being backed and directed by Western intelligence agencies.

INSURGENTS NOT PROTESTORS

The great PR spin trick in the run-up to NATO’s carpet bombing run in Libya was the West’s ability to characterise Libya’s violent armed gangs as mere protestors. The average American, British or French media consumer equated the Libyan uprising with those previously in Tunisia and Egypt. The reality of course was that they were anything but.

However, the bells of freedom and democracy had indeed rung, so all that was really needed at that point was a clever WMD-like diplomatic trick to dazzle the rows of intellectually challenged diplomats at the UN in New York City. The ‘No Fly Zone’ was repackaged and worked well enough for politicians to get their foot in the door to their respective War Rooms.

It seems to have worked so far but with NATO civilian body bags already beginning to pile up, the next phase- ground troops and a NATO military occupation of Libya, will be somewhat more complicated to execute without sustaining heavy political fallout. All of these complexed efforts are used to shroud western corporate and military long-term agendas in the region, all part and parcel of these new Resource Wars with China.

HISTORY IS STILL A BITCH

Few will argue that the average western observer and mainstream media consumer suffers from chronic historical amnesia. For Americans in particular, relevant history only extends as far back as the previous season of Dancing With the Stars, or American Idol.  Some might argue that this is by design, that on whole the masses have been conditioned to be passive actors in the new media-rich modern democracy because it makes managing the herds much easier.

The lessons of Afghanistan and Iraq have yet to return home for the US and Great Britain- both projects are still going concerns for the massive cartel of western corporations. This has allowed ambitious bureaucrats in Washington, London and Paris to try their hand again in Libya. In time however, Americans and Europeans will come to learn what every citizen and subject already learned many times over throughout world history. In theory it may work, but in practice, “Occupation” is a paradox. The US-UK may draw plans in private to occupy an Iraq or a Libya indefinitely but history doesn’t jibe with these imperial ambitions.

It will end one day, and end badly because the Neo-Roman Anglo-American Empire with all its legions abroad, cannot manage its fragile domestic affairs back at home. First comes the fall of the Senate, then the rise of the Caesar, and finally the collapse of the Denarius($) at home. The once great empire goes out with a whimper- too fat and too bankrupt to carry on.

Back in the day, the citizens of Rome cared little about the details of military largess and conquest abroad. There only interest was that the glory of Rome was upheld and for bread and circuses at home. As the Great Resource Wars of the 21st century continue to rage on unabated, one question comes to mind: what will mindful citizens in the aggressor countries do to change this present course of history?

Judging by the ease at which the West managed to pull of their latest heist in Libya, I would say… very little right now.

Author Patrick Henningsen is a writer and communications consultant and currently the Managing Editor of 21st Century Wire.

See original story here at http://21stcenturywire.com/2011/04/12/2577/


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80 Responses to “WEST vs CHINA: A NEW COLD WAR BEGINS ON LIBYAN SOIL”

  1. junior martins Says:

    Hopefully, China won’t bite the bait and strike back like the Japanese did December ’41.

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    • Roger Rankin Says:

      RE: RT interview with Dr. Roberts. The RT reporter/interviewer needs to be sent to a Dale Carnegie School or some kind of place that embraces a non ego based inquiry…..less aggressive and certaily more repect oriented with whom she is interviewing. Abrupt interruptions, blatant assumptions and this cocky attitude would normally make me stop listening, but Dr. Roberts is what I would consider and “elder” and a “wise-man”, so I discounted her terrible actions. If I see her again, I won’t subject myself to her demeanor, if you give her even that.

      • Joe Cool Says:

        That bitch’s voice is like fingernails on a chalkboard. He’s a pro and she’s a ho.

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  10. Les Toolan Says:

    Hopefully China WILL take the bait and strike back like Japan did in December 41.

    Now that would be great entertainment

    • Randy Says:

      Remember the mysterious ‘Airliner’ recorded by an ABC news helecopter off the coast of California last November? Well, it wasn’t an airliner.
      China was sending a ‘polite’ warning to our gov’t. showing their superior weapons delivery capabilities and also their ire at the U.S.’s world economy destroying ‘Quantative Easing’.
      They are already very unhappy with what we are doing.
      Libya is just that much more taunting to an already tense situation.

  11. aina Says:

    I think this article is “spot on” , accurate. Having lived in both countries, I am not clear which is more insane!!!! Who in their right mind, would want to go to war in the 21st C. People who do not care about the Human beings nor the planet!

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  13. Jennifer Chen Says:

    I guarantee the USA and european allies have already lost this war, and will no longer exist and China and India will become the world’s new leaders-but there will be little left on earth worth winning. I have seen the future.

  14. R.Ferguson Says:

    Great article,thank God for the internet.The divide and destroy by the 3 Axis of Evil,Great Britain,U.S.A. ,and Israhell will cause WWIII.Woe to the mankind on planet earth.The trend for the 21st century is leading to destruction.Get prepare…..

  15. philip andrew travers Says:

    As an Australian,I think Roberts has got it completely right. But as an Australian,the hubris shown by the Australian Government,including Kevin Rudd ex-Prime Minister in wanting a no fly zone over Libya and Gillard the Prime Minister using the word NATO and doing deals with NATO was a sign of Australian elected hubris based on another Australian Labor Party member of Parliament [in then his work at UNO] Gareth Evans and the legitimising then of some legal reason to have the No Fly Zone no longer an attack on a Sovereign country.Then a entry point of war declared hiding behind International Law.The Liberals under John Howard tried to and succeeded in convincing Geo W.Bush to make his entrance in Afghanistan with more legality to it through both U.S.A. and UNO processes.Thus Liberal and Labor have contributed directly to war by the proxy of legalism.Almost as mirrors to advance the friendship or whatever it is,which I won’t embarass my self here by more descriptive crudities,I find easy to express.There in then another Political Force latently deferring its own right to pick up some moral and ethical demeanour,but wont allow itself,because of the Zionist Jewry Question which works out as just having a policy about Israel and Palestine having agreed upon borders.And not much else,a sort of superiority in not saying anything about Israel because of losing votes.Whereas retiring one day as hero unsullied by moral questions is the Bob Brown Greens. Acting not even in Israels interest by criticism,because one can easily see they are food import dependent the more they destroy self sufficient Palestinian traditional housing.This must be seen as comparative with NATO’s bombing to pollute not only cities but productive areas.And the boasting Hubris of these Labour Parliamentarians makes Ronald Reagan look much better to me than them.I have no personal reason to admire Ronald’s Presidency,because of a response in a a way to a local letter printed in a very small newspaper he had some interest in and events after were not to pleasing to me as the published letter writer.That then means,Australian government for a long number of years for the sake of not having a “cultural cringe” has given the population something else.A status of providing the legal excuse to attacking Sovereign countries.The Lawyer who doesn’t defend but the lawyer that provides the excuse to kill outside the jurisdiction of the immediate courtroom.I don’t think I can hold my head up high to be proud to be Australian.They have turned me into a wimp with no laws to protect me,and no sense other than to disregard completely Governance,and the cowardly convenience of siding with the strange Allies.Roberts is thus a good man.May they not get at him for his courage in finding his own country’s leadership a series of crudities that are unstoppable.I am being repressive above my limp- wristed punching level in visiting this site and commenting.The absence of Australians here means my aloneness is another load that is breaking me.

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  17. George Says:

    Don’t worry philip, There are some Australians watching.

  18. randhir singh Says:

    A very well researched and written article sir. Pls accept my compliments.
    All rings true.

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  20. Bod Says:

    To my mind, the scenario unfolding, is a religion based world war, that is not going to be limIted to battlefronts, due to the large scale migrations this last forty years, the conflict is going to spread to the countries of origin of the troops, flaring up in response to the wars unfolding mayhem.
    I am wondering when the tactical nukes are going to be unleashed, for now there are five NATO countries stockpiled with bunker busting nukes waiting to be used.

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  22. pauljohny Says:

    Great article .

  23. CTheB Says:

    I love the smell of a conspiracy theory in the morning.

    • 21st Century Wire Says:

      I wish it was a theory, unfortunately its all spelled out in US AFRICOM documents.

      From a linguistic standpoint, the term conspiracy theory has been over used, mostly for the wrong reasons and there is no more mileage left in it.

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  30. changgo Says:

    this is a great article. in response to your question ( and answer):

    ‘As the Great Resource Wars of the 21st century continue to rage on unabated, one question comes to mind: what will mindful citizens in the aggressor countries do to change this present course of history?’

    i agree with ‘very little’ because of the obvious reasons…we’d rather sit behind blogs and the pretend safety of easy access goods, iphones and any other consumer shit to drown ourselves in a sea of ignorance to let someone else take care of it.

    noone has any balls to speak out. most of this year – demonstrations in london about anti-governement spending have been shill exercises. and theres been a lot of disinfo crap appearing on youtube too all defending the royal wedding whilst the sneaky vampires are bombing the shit out of libya.

    zionism must end. and we must take a stand. waking up is long gone. its time to take action…

    quote malcome x : A man who stands for nothing will fall for anything
    quote gandhi: You must be the change you wish to see

    we have to get off our lazy arses and stop being so passive – when our own governments are committing the worst atrocities behind our backs whilst lulling us into a false sense of security with the latest pop star gossip and trivialities whilst we the sheep look around with our false confidence and hope that someone else will take care of the mess.

    …unless you believe in jesus coming to save the day then it aint gonna get any better

    putting faith in a big criminal is the same as putting faith in a criminal. we dont need the governments for anything WE produce the food WE produce the goods. without us they are NOTHING>

    its time to make a stand for human rights all around the world. We have the power of God within us. And as for the lazy rich fools climbing the pyramid of wealth , heres a quote from the original rebel himself. JC:

    I tell you the truth, it is hard for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven. Again I tell you, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God.

    We have no excuses , we have to stand up for our human rights or there will be nothing left to stand up for.

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  38. TittleMe Says:

    One serious issue which the author does not address: if his premise is correct, why did China ABSTAIN from the UN Security Council Resolution (1973) which provided the fig leaf for this aggression? Although the article does not address Russia, the same question could be asked of that power’s actions. Something doesn’t quite gel with this argument; could it be that China’s actually part of the Washington Consensus and therefore is also on the same page with the USA/Euros?

    • 21st Century Wire Says:

      Speculation regarding China ‘s motivations here is not easy or transparent, but China sitting on the fence back in Feb 2011 is likely because China might have believed that a NO FLY ZONE would help stability in the region- remember that China has $6 Billion invested in Libyan projects so stability (or the thought of stability) would be in China’s interest… the bombing that came after was not in the UN resolution in Feb…

      • TittleMe Says:

        I agree with you in principle. However, China is well aware that NATO’s “humanitarian” campaigns are anything but that. They have a bomb crater in their Belgrade embassy to remind them of this. I can’t think that the Chinese effectively conceded without some kind of quid pro quo. One possibility is that China received guarantees that its interests in Algeria, which are even more valuable than its Libyan projects, would not be affected. The Russian situation is easier to read: days after the Security Council vote, the World Court threw out ALL of Georgia’s claims against Russia over the Ossetia War. This was probably not a coincidence. Russia’s current ire over an Aegis cruiser (USS Monterey) being in the Black Sea gives me the picture in my mind’s eye of Medvedev walking around the Kremlin fuming, “But I thought we had an agreement! I gave them Libya!” There is no honour among war criminals. Putin could have told him that.

      • 21st Century Wire Says:

        That may easy to say in hindsight, but it is still speculation to assume China would know what would ensue 2 months later.

    • ipsidixit Says:

      China’s economy needs the dollar, the euro and the pound sterling to function. By having the potential to undermine the dollar, Libya’s plans for a gold-backed African currency could seriously threaten China by causing a premature crash of the American/EU – for which read, global – economy, something that neither China nor Russia would wish to see. The Chinese and Russians would rather prefer a more gentle come-down for the US dollar: a controlled demolition or quasi-crash of the American economy whill will still alllow the USA and Europe to continue to trade with China (the calls by China for going over to using an international currency issued by the IMF perhaps being an indication of this). An independent Africa using its own resources for the development of its own people rather than those of other countries would also threaten the long term interests of China and Russia in the region.

      • 21st Century Wire Says:

        Agreed. It’s a delicate balancing act for China and Russia but they seem to be better suited to subtlety than the US and Europe right now, they are the steady elephants, the West are merely trying to keep their acts together at present…

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  41. AnotherFlamin'Aussie Says:

    What can mindful citizens of aggressor countries really do that would make a change…

  42. Orchard Says:

    Why would China worry about losing a small skirmish in Libya when it already has most of the rest of Africa as a de facto colony and the US as a debt junkie crawling to Beijing for its next injection of cash? May as well leave the US / EU with the delusion of power for a while, particularly when they tend to exercise it in the most expensive way possible. War is horribly expensive and unpredictable – the quiet accretion of power while no one is paying attention has served the Chinese well for decades, they would be daft to change tack.

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  58. Deutschland und der Krieg in Libyen - Umkreis-Institut Says:

    […] dazu auch den Beitrag von Patrick Henningsen: „WEST vs CHINA: A NEW COLD WAR BEGINS ON LIBYAN SOIL“ sowie hier in deutscher […]

  59. Deutschland und der Krieg in Libyen – Rudolf Steiner: Wird eine Zeit ideenarm, so schwindet aus dieser Zeit der Friede – Entkoppelung von Arbeit und Einkommen als Heilmittel - Umkreis-Institut Says:

    […] dazu auch den Beitrag von Patrick Henningsen: „WEST vs CHINA: A NEW COLD WAR BEGINS ON LIBYAN SOIL“ sowie hier in deutscher […]

  60. Exposing KONY 2012 and Invisible Children’s Evangelical Christian and CIA Relationship » JFiNTeL.com Says:

    […] Africa – a lobbying effort which interestingly dove tails perfectly with the Pentagon’s new AFRICOM military initiative signed into action by President Bush in 2007. According to its own documents, AFRICOM’s chief objective is reduce the influence of China on […]

  61. Globalists Pull Plug on Kony 2012 with Spectacular Crash & Burn - Page 4 - ALIPAC Says:

    […] – a lobbying effort which interestingly dove tails perfectly with the Pentagon’s new AFRICOM military initiative signed into action by President Bush in 2007. According to its own documents, AFRICOM’s chief objective is reduce the influence of China […]

  62. Exposing KONY 2012 and Invisible Children’s Evangelical Christian and CIA Relationship | WRC559 Says:

    […] Africa – a lobbying effort which interestingly dove tails perfectly with the Pentagon’s new AFRICOM military initiative signed into action by President Bush in 2007. According to its own documents, AFRICOM’s chief objective is reduce the influence of China on […]

  63. What is the real agenda of Kony2012? | Durable Faith Says:

    […] Source: http://21stcenturywire.com/2011/04/12/2577/ […]

  64. The 4th Media » Exposing KONY 2012: Invisible Children’s Right-Wing Evangelical and CIA Relationship Says:

    […] Invisible Children’s chief product is not aid to poor people in Africa, as many US school children and teachers are led to believe. Rather, their main out-put seems to be film production, merchandise, advocacy, and lobbying Washington’s US State Department for an increased US military precence in oil and mineral-rich East Africa – a lobbying effort which interestingly dove tails perfectly with the Pentagon’s new AFRICOM military initiative signed into action by President Bush in 2007. […]

  65. Exposing KONY 2012 and Invisible Children’s Right-Wing Evangelical and CIA Relationship | Bringing Truth Back to Journalism Says:

    […] Africa – a lobbying effort which interestingly dove tails perfectly with the Pentagon’s new AFRICOM military initiative signed into action by President Bush in 2007. According to its own documents, AFRICOM’s chief objective is reduce the influence of China on […]

  66. Exposing KONY 2012 and Invisible Children’s Right-Wing Evangelical and CIA Relationship | Info Wars – Alternative News Says:

    […] Africa – a lobbying effort which interestingly dove tails perfectly with the Pentagon’s new AFRICOM military initiative signed into action by President Bush in 2007. According to its own documents, AFRICOM’s chief objective is reduce the influence of China on […]

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  68. Myanmar – The Globalists Next Target « The Alt. View Blog Says:

    […] Brzezinski, William Cohen, George Argyros and Brent Scowcroft). As explained in the article WEST vs CHINA: A NEW COLD WAR BEGINS ON LIBYAN SOIL by Patrick Henningsen, this is a great move in the new cold war between the West and China to push […]

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