Kerry, meeting with anti-ISIS coalition on Libya, is seriously clueless

Kerry, meeting with anti-ISIS coalition on Libya, is seriously clueless
Peace in our time.

[Ed. – The coalition plans to rely on the Libyans to unify and then invite coalition military forces in to battle ISIS.  That’s what Kerry talks about.  I know, I know.  Let the hilarity ensue.]

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, who will attend the conference on behalf of the Obama administration, admitted that despite setbacks in Syria and Iraq, ISIS is a growing threat to the world. …

“In Libya, we are on the brink of getting a government of national unity. That country has resources. The last thing in the world you want is a false caliphate with access to billions of dollars of oil revenue,” Kerry added.

His comments about Libya followed on the news that President Barack Obama has now asked his security advisers to draw up plans for a military operation in the war-torn country. …

Apparently, Kerry and other members of the administration forgot that last week, the current government of Libya rejected a UN-brokered deal that should have facilitated the forming of the unity government.

The latest news contradicts Kerry’s optimistic words that “we are on the brink of getting a government of national unity.” Business Insider and other renowned media report that “a month after the deal was agreed in Morocco, its implementation has been dogged by in-fighting.”

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