The Endgame Is Coming: Libyan State TV Says Rebels Blew Up Ras Lanuf Oil Tank As They Retreat

Tyler Durden's picture

As this is coming from Libyan State TV, the object and the subject may well be inverted, but it doesn't matter who blew it up. What matters is someone blew it up. The endgame is fast approaching, and the No Fly Zone escalation is now likely inevitable. We will post the naval update, and remark on just how far from the shores of Tripoli the USS Enterprise is, later today.

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Oh regional Indian's picture

hard and fast now, but not still ready to peak.

Libya is THE tipping point of the current con-flagaration, with wide rangin impacts we cannot even imagine yet.

Literally and figuratively, we may see the beginnigs of the end of American Enterprise, who we know, flys a false flag!

ORI

http://aadivaahan.wordpress.com/2011/03/09/axis-of-evil-doing/

Gully Foyle's picture

Oh regional Indian

I read your Spiral thing ever consider Bagua? It's all about the circle, no beginning or end, just shifting and spinning. Similar way to consciousness as a Sufi, spinning and spinning until the light comes on.

Oh regional Indian's picture

Gully, never had, just did. looks fascinating. You are talkign about the Martial art, right?

My practise has a lot of circular elements, but as subsets of a greater Spiral.

Will delve deeper into Bagua. Are you a practioner?

ORI

 

Gully Foyle's picture

Oh regional Indian

Yep. One of the three internal arts, four if you include Aikido and five if you add Liu He Ba Fa.

Bagua is also a Qigong.

Anyway other than self defense the internal arts work on body alignment not strength. When a movement is done correctly the energy flows. The combination of deep breathing and movement combines to massage the internal organs helping to remove toxins.

Practiced correctly you reach the same areas found in Yoga or Sufiism or what Gurdjieff taught, hell any mysticism really. Since the focus is not on force your perspective changes to something more akin to Taoism and it's comprehension of organic growth.

Oh regional Indian's picture

Awesome gully. Sounds like moving or dynamic Zazen to me.

Flowing inward, is th ekey, ne?

Indian Martial arts (oldest, supposedly parent of all the lartial arts) called Kalaripayat is amazng, but very outward, fighting focussed. See soem youtube videos though and the weapons, the guys are amazing.

ORI

jesse livermoore's picture

what does that map with a line and a star mean?

sulfur's picture

go saddam....ahm sorry go muamar go

buzzsaw99's picture

me too. i'm tired of rooting for the baby killing good guys.

Debtless's picture

Now that London has had their morning, uh, input - let's watch the metals soar today. So it looks like there was just a modest rise by eod.

sunnydays's picture

Here comes $5 a gallon gas this month.  Italy is going to really be hurting soon, their gas prices could be $5 a liter soon.

NOTW777's picture

where is our president??????

will hillary send another letter

John McCloy's picture

President hindsight is awaiting to see the direction in which public perception forms. He will then "lead" in the direction that the followers are already headed. What is it they say about a leader with no followers..just a man going for a walk.
He may just be the most absent puppet President we have ever had.

buzzsaw99's picture

He's too busy sucking Blankfein's penis erectus.

Cognitive Dissonance's picture

Just this portion of the end game is coming. Plenty of other unwinding lay directly ahead of us.

Oh regional Indian's picture

yup CD, faster and faster now. still as per script though, I'm sure.
When they're done looting and let the system go....that will be something to behold.
ORI

Cognitive Dissonance's picture

Interesting thesis you present on your blog this EST morning ORI. Particularly the meeting of the axis you have drawn and the 33rd parallel. For the left brain dominated, your idea is a tough swallow. The most difficult thing for modern man to give up is his conditioned belief that if Western science doesn't endore it, it can't be true.

http://aadivaahan.wordpress.com/2011/03/09/axis-of-evil-doing/

LFMayor's picture

This reminds me of an "Ancient Mysteries" program I watched last week talking about neolithic plinths and stones... they followed a track similar to the one you've mapped, at least in UK and Europe.

Probably nothing. I'm no follower of Ley Lines or Shirley and the crystal worshippers, but a pattern is a pattern.

Gully Foyle's picture

Cognitive Dissonance

Yep, this is the start. I've said that things will deteriorate in the US. That allows Obama to be removed from office and a strong white Republican to take control ( Which by the way makes Black/Minority politicians and Democrats seem weak and innefectual). Then the crackdowns start for our benefit. The election gives the ILLUSION of mandate. Don't you just love those mandate games.Genpop don't agree but the elected officials say they were put in place to do for us what we want even if we don't like it or it harms us. Mandate is a lovely word.

Inuaguration day 2013 may not be the first serious policy change but it starts the rapid decline. I expect to see marshal law declared in some rioting cities, and a restriction if not full ban on guns. Maybe even  a Balkanization of the US.

Remember all it takes is a generation and unpopular ideas become accepted.

Even a new world war will not save us. Even NWO will not save us. The stratification of society has begun, rich will get richer and poor will stay poor. Some bones get tossed, food, some health care, you need to keep the masses occupied.

For those whining about too many people, population peaks about 2050 then declines. But the real kicker is the world will be full of OLD people. Only the rich old people will see any benefit. Which means when the population declines there is a lot more "wealth" of rescources to be shared by those limited few.

Maybe they will toss out Carbon credit based lifestyles. It's already being tested and suggested in at least on tv show. X amount of carbon credits for food, heat, travel, clothing, go beyond that and oh well.

Either way the life of excess we grew up with won't exist for our children. And unless you are wealthy definitely will not for the grandkids.

So consume while you can, cause that shit gonna end real fucking soon. Then we all be beggars.

 

nonclaim's picture

"Don't fight to save your slavery", as someone wrote here months ago.

Then we all be beggars.

We build the world around us but we barely control anything; we are here for the ride. If I can recommend a good/fun read, "A Canticle for Leibowitz", by Walter Miller, starts like that, beggars and thieves, in the years following a nuclear war... It makes some fun of the catholic church but accepts the fact that it gives structure to a society.

[don't read the wikipedia article; it's a complete spoiler]

Fearless Rick's picture

+1000 bricks.

Read "Canticle" a long time ago. Very refreshing and apropos for our time. Good suggestion.

New_Meat's picture

+ can kraut.

I didn't realize how evil the old monk was scratching the stone until I polished my first mirror.  ouch.  - Ned

Fearless Rick's picture

FU, pompous ass. You consume, me make. I'm marginally middle class right now, but by the end of summer, according to plan, I will be noveau riche in silver, food, land and water.

Many will be sucked down the tubes because they have not prepared, but I will not be one of them. In the interim, I take from both the rich and the poor, tread equally on the downtrodden and the wealthy.

Figure it this way. Since transfer payments to individuals, i.e., SS, Medicare, medicade, UI, welfare, food stamps, military pensions and such are coming from the federal and state governments, it's only OUR OWN MONEY that we are taking back, so there's no sin in exploiting those with their hands out nor those with their hands in others' pockets.

I ride a bike, I own PMs, I grow my own food, I catch rainwater, I make my own beer and wine, I employ solar and wind to reduce my dependence on the grid, I build solar ovens and solar heaters for profit. I build. I am the New Suburban Order (MSO) and all of you on either side of my middle are enemies, and thus fodder, to my well-deserved newfound prosperity.

SilverRhino's picture

Take your left/right paradigm and shove it up your ass.

 

SilverFiend's picture

+1 

 

That is the F'ing problem!

lilimarlene1's picture

True. You certainly can't raise a generation up on the theory that you can stick an unborn baby in the old cuisinart and chop it up and, hey, no biggie and not expect that same generation nursed on that mother's milk to look at you and think the same thing. 

 

People are so stupid.

Triggernometry's picture

Plenty of unwinding lays? I love a straightforward bitch.

Cognitive Dissonance's picture

Plenty of unwinding lays?

Um-mm, no.

I didn't use the pleural of lay so the usage is correct.

slewie the pi-rat's picture

yes, of couse it's correct.  this whole libyan sideshow is just a bankster ploy to get our minds off March Madness.  it's just gonna be a replay of iraq, and when we learn that mo.Q is really a terrorist and a threat to our homeland, we will invade, sack the museum, and start up the new prison business with the dogs and the genital-car battery/waterboarding stuff.  we could scapegoat a female MP and use a female brig. gen. MP for the "dust-off".  then, we could build a huge base and "embassy complex" and auction off the nation's natural resources to the same people who were already developing them, b4 we started all this nonsense in the first place!!!

if moQ can't stop this vandalism, they will probably find him huddled in a basement coffin, somewhere, waiting to be captured, tried, and hanged by the neck until dead.

i've got $20 on moQ, at, would you believe (?) 4-to-11!  no shitsky.  i'm the original sucker 4 the underdog, and if moQ can slug his way to starting over against whatever the problems seem to be, well, i'm for him!  he is the legitimate head of the legitimate goobermint of these vandals, is he not?  why does he need "help" with his "police powers" now?  why not just let them fight and try to compare the fires to what our military burns every freaking morning b4 breakfast?

Cookie's picture

Ms. Masters is playing with herself this morning

slewie the pi-rat's picture

she likes it when it makes us hot thinking about it, too, doesn't she, cookie?

Hdawg's picture

The big nosed crooks will have their $200 oil by any means possible.

Go long, long, long

Rusty Shorts's picture

Well shit, $7 gas coming soon, better buy a few slaves while they're only $90 - CNN.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMf9BhvGY-0

Rusty Shorts's picture

I'm surprised that China doesn't have a Frigate in the Mediterranean.

Rusty Shorts's picture

"But history never repeats itself exactly. The Chinese knew almost nothing about Africa in 1418; now China is Africa’s biggest trading partner. Hundreds of thousands of Chinese work there, in everything from oil and iron to farming and finance.

Last month, Beijing took another step beyond anything that happened 600 years ago.

With Libya teetering on the brink of civil war, it ordered the 4,000-ton frigate Xuzhou through the Suez Canal to cover the escape of 30,000 Chinese workers. For the first time in history, a Chinese warship sailed on the Mediterranean Sea."

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1363440/After-Beijing-sends-frigate-Med-leading-author-poses-chilling-question--How-long-Chinese-aircraft-carrier-sails-Thames.html#ixzz1G7EUCMrl

Gully Foyle's picture

Rusty Shorts

"But history never repeats itself exactly. The Chinese knew almost nothing about Africa in 1418; now China is Africa’s biggest trading partner. Hundreds of thousands of Chinese work there, in everything from oil and iron to farming and finance."

 

Yes but the Chinese did know about South America. If I recall correctly something like 90% of China's silver came from South America in the 1500's.

All China did was take the basics and modify them. Use what the West did in an earlier emerging marketplace.

New_Meat's picture

Rusty, one frigate at the end of a long tether.  Wonder where they'll get bunkers to get home?  Lots of lessons learned this trip for PLAN.

- Ned

ACjourneyman's picture

Hey,can we take Charlie Sheen over there and drop him on MOMAR from 5000',  even we miss him it would be a win win.

zx12r's picture

A tiger's blood bomb. Winning!!!

Hugh Jorgan's picture

Damn-and I was just about to make a move on a new flying carpet.  Maybe I can pick up a cheap Chinese knock-off!

tom a taxpayer's picture

Airmen sometimes write messages on bombs to be dropped.

What might be written on the first bombs dropped on Libya to establish a no fly zone? 

"This bomb is only meant to scare Saif and Muammar Quadaffi."

"Candygram. Candygram for Muammar Quadaffi."  

"Peace-seeking missile" 

"Me fly. You no fly."

"This is the way the Nobel Peace Prize winner rolls."

"500 pounds of diplomacy by other means."

"Sorry. Hillary made me do it."

"Negotiate this!"

"My first and final offer."

"No animals were harmed in the manufacture of this high explosive device."

centerline's picture

First post that made me laugh today.  +1.  Your dating yourself though with the candygram one!

Long-John-Silver's picture

Warning! This bomb could result in Gold & Silver Market Explosion.

SilverRhino's picture

"We're Baaacck!!!!!"

"1986 was a test run"

"France is not in our way this time."

"Where's the baby's room again?"

sangell's picture

Wish my cable company had Libyan state TV.