British PM David Cameron and French president Nicolas Sarkozy arrived in Tripoli, Libya, on Thursday and have pledged to provide military, political and economic support to al-Qaeda.
The New York Times, however, does not mention the fact al-Qaeda is part of Libya’s new leadership. The newspaper instead concentrates on “jubilant Libyans praising [Cameron and Sarkozy's] role in pushing the erstwhile Libyan dictator out of formal power,” while saying nothing about the price average Libyans had to pay.
Sarkozy and Cameron said NATO airstrikes will continue so long as Libyans resist the invasion of their country by the global elite. They made the comments during a news conference with al-Qaeda: