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NYT Examines How History Impacts Korean Talks–but Its Own Memory Is Fuzzy


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NYT Examines How History Impacts Korean Talks–but Its Own Memory Is Fuzzy

Jim Naureckas

In a New York Times news analysis (4/29/18) examining how the overthrow of Libya’s Moammar Gadhafi after he agreed to halt his nuclear program might influence North Korean thinking about disarmament, the TimesPeter Baker writes that “President Barack Obama and European allies launched military a


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The reason Gadhafi was killed and Libya attacked was because he removed the US dollar as trading currency. He also convinced other African nations to do the same. Our bankers couldn’t have that, so game over. The rest is just bla, bla, bla from the corp. press. All military action in the ME is for this reason and it benefits Israel’s standing in the area, so win-win.