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How Hillary Clinton Killed 22 Kids In The Manchester Concert Bombing

As the Western world absorbs the horror of the Muslim terrorist attack that killed 22, and counting, in the Manchester concert bombing it should never be forgotten who let loose Islamism in Libya – Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and their allies in France and the United Kingdom.

Libya ManchesterWhen news broke of Gaddafi's demise, Hillary Clinton was caught on a hot mic prior to an interview with CBS News. Then-Secretary of State Clinton pumped her fists and exclaimed, "We came. We saw. He died!"

Prior to the so-called Arab Spring, an Islamist revolution that Clinton and Obama spawned and foolishly celebrated as a democratic wave sweeping North Africa and the Near East, Islamism was held in check by secular authoritarian regimes, such as Libya’s Muammar Gaddafi and Syria’s Bashar al-Assad.

As Brad Hoff explained in a Jan 6, 2016 article for Foreign Policy Journal, an intelligence email from Sydney Blumenthal to Hillary Clinton confirms a known theme of Western supported insurgencies in the Middle East: the contradiction of special forces training militias that are simultaneously suspected of links to Al Qaeda.

Blumenthal relates that “an extremely sensitive source” confirmed that British, French, and Egyptian special operations units were training Libyan militants along the Egyptian-Libyan border, as well as in Benghazi suburbs.

While analysts have long speculated as to the “when and where” of Western ground troop presence in the Libyan War, this email serves as definitive proof that special forces were on the ground only within a month of the earliest protests which broke out in the middle to end of February 2011 in Benghazi.

By March 27 of what was commonly assumed a simple “popular uprising” external special operatives were already “overseeing the transfer of weapons and supplies to the rebels” including “a seemingly endless supply of AK47 assault rifles and ammunition.”

Yet only a few paragraphs after this admission, caution is voiced about the very militias these Western special forces were training because of concern that, “radical/terrorist groups such as the Libyan Fighting Groups and Al Qa’ida in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) are infiltrating the NLC and its military command.”

Despite the fact that the country is torn between what one analyst described as "chaos with militias and Islamist extremists as the dominant forces, or military rule," little has changed Clinton's rosy assessment of post-Gaddafi Libya concluded Anthony L. Fisher in an article for Reason.

What Hillary Clinton, Obama, and the leaders of France and the U.K. refused to recognize in 2011 (and today) is that Islam is inherently anti-democratic and inimical to the values of the Western Enlightenment, and that far from encouraging a “democratic” revolution in North Africa and the Near East, what they were actually doing was facilitating an Islamist takeover of some of the most strategic areas of the Muslim world.

And from their folly flowed the Muslim invasion of Europe, more commonly known as the “refugee crisis,” the creation of the Islamic State that claimed responsibility for the Manchester concert bombing and the gift of vast territory, resources and Muslim populations to Islamist hate preachers and Sharia-supremacist military organizers.

Among the offspring of their policies was one Salman Ramadan Abedi, the Muslim suicide bomber who killed at least 22 concert goers in Manchester.

Abedi, born in the UK, was the son of anti-Gaddafi Libyans, who allegedly returned to that country in 2011 after Gaddafi was overthrown.

The neighborhood in which he lived in the UK, where a “bomb making factory” was found in his home is a hotbed of Islamism.

According to the UK’s Telegraph, a group of anti-Gaddafi dissidents, who were members of the outlawed Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG), lived within close proximity to Abedi in Whalley Range.

Among them was Abd al-Baset Azzouz, a father-of-four from Manchester, who left Britain to run a terrorist network in Libya overseen by Ayman al-Zawahiri, Osama bin Laden’s successor as leader of al-Qaeda.

Azzouz, 48, an expert bomb-maker, was accused of running an al-Qaeda network in eastern Libya. The Telegraph reported in 2014 that Azzouz had 200 to 300 militants under his control and was an expert in bomb-making.

Salman Ramadan Abedi detonated the bomb that killed 22 at the Manchester concert and maimed dozens more, however, in creating an ungoverned space in Libya and Syria and, loosing Islamism from the suppression of secularists like Muamar Gaddafi and Bashar al-Assad, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are just as guilty of the deaths.

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