Though Libya has long been ignored by the mainstream after Obama and Hillary's "liberation" of the country in 2011 — when then Secretary of State Clinton gleefully and fanatically exclaimed "we came, we saw, he died!" in reference to Gaddafi's brutal field execution at the hands of US-backed jihadists — the Times appears to now be singing a different tune, observing its latest lengthy report on the conflict:
At least six foreign nations are fueling the mayhem in Libya, supplying weapons, mercenaries or military advisers to rival factions battling for control of the oil-rich country.
But none of these outside actors has ever been held to account, avoiding scrutiny by exploiting either international divisions over Libya or their ties to Western powers like the United States. Sometimes they manage to avoid mention at all.