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Published on Apr 12, 2011
Matriarchs of Death (Project 12, 4/12) Remix Category: Newscast Fabrication / Illustration Directed and Edited by Diran Lyons: http://lyonspotter.blogspot.com Co-written by Diran Lyons and Stephen Mears
Matriarchs of Death (Project 12, 4/12) features Hillary Clinton, Susan Rice, and Samantha Power pushing for yet another US war, this one in Libya. The ticker at the bottom of the screen quotes Gerald Celente as follows: "You know how you hear all the time, 'If only women were in charge, we wouldn't be going to war'? I just read in the New York Times that the three people pushing this war -- after the US military didn't want to get into it in Libya -- were none other than Hillary Clinton, Samantha Power in National Security, and Susan Rice over there at the US Ambassador to the UN. These are the three women that pushed this war. So, I'm tired of hearing 'If only women were in charge.' When we're looking at this war, let's understand what it's really all about. It's about the same reason why we're are in Afghanistan and Iraq: all the precious minerals and natural resources, pipeline routes through Afghanistan, and Iraq sitting on the second largest oil reserves in the world. People could care less about Libya if it weren't about the oil."
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Sources, in order of appearance:
Syriana CBS News "Hillary Clinton Not Impressed by Qaddafi's Words" Archive Gaddafi Footage Stealth Road to Guantanamo "Ambassador Rice: UN Security Council Will Vote on Libya Draft Resolution" http://video.state.gov/en/video/83334... Jarhead Fahrenheit 911 Courage Under Fire (Official Trailer) Blackhawk Down "Samantha Power: Obama, Human Rights, and the Lessons of the New Diplomacy" (Columbia University, March 28, 2011) Mr and Mrs Smith U.S. Marines: When It Counts Paul International Movie Trailer #2 (Official)