Reminds you anything?
Iraq was imploding. While, at home, Tony Blair and George Bush were being accused of lying to their own people to justify the invasion. What they desperately needed was something that would show that the invasion was having a good effect in the Arab world. So, they made an extraordinary decision. They turned for help to the man who they had always insisted was one of the world’s most dangerous tyrants: Colonel Gaddafi. And, instead, they set out to make him their new best friend. A man who had been created by the West as a fake global supervillain was now going to be turned into a fake hero of democracy. And everyone, not just politicians, would become involved. Public relations, academics, television presenters, spies, and even musicians were all going to help reinvent Colonel Gaddafi. It would show just how many people in the Western Establishment had, by now, become the engineers of this fake world.
Now, the time has come for Donald Trump to play that role related to North Korea and Kim Jong Un.
But don't forget what Trump’s most bloodthirsty neocon said recently concerning North Korea:
"We’re looking at the Libya model of 2003, 2004 ..." and “One thing that Libya did that led us to overcome our skepticism was that they allowed American and British observers into all their nuclear related sites ...”
Let us translate and expand the latest phrase:
Once we "overcome our skepticism", meaning "make sure that our next target gives up its nukes, or, has no nukes", then "we are free to invade". Apparently, that's the 'Libya model'. Of course, we all know now what happened to Libya.
So now, try to guess what will happen next ...