President Obama authorized B-2 bomber airstrikes aimed at the opposition forces in North Africa, fighting against the American puppet regime in Libya. Libya has the best ‘sweet crude’ reserves in the world, which are of American national interest.

The airstrikes mark the first time B-2 stealth bombers have been used in NATO combat since March 2011, when the UN ordered a war campaign against the Libyan leader Colonel Ghadaffi.

The U.S. Air Force B-2 bombers carried out their mission from Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri. Since August 2016, American military aircraft conducted nearly 500 airstrikes against opposition positions in Libya.

The hostile U.S. Air Force operation was carried out in coordination with the so-called Libya’s Government of National Accord. They are considered to be an extension of the American airstrike campaign dubbed “Operation Odyssey Lightning”.

The B-2 airstrikes targeted Sirte, which used to be Ghadaffi’s hometown and still is a bastion for freedom fighters that try to defend the nation’s oil interests against foreign terrorists, instead of handing them over to the Western oil giants.

The American airstrikes were conducted to support thousands Italian and French NATO forces on the ground in Libya. The Pentagon’s press secretary, Peter Crook said the ‘terrorists’ fled to the remote desert camps in order to re-organize, as they pose a security threat to the Libyan puppet junta and the overall U.S. oil interests in North Africa.

ABC / AA Magnum News 2017.

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