LIBYA WATCH...Carnegie Endowments:Building Libyas Security Sector...by Zionist Ran U.S.
Frederic Wehrey and Peter Cole‘s recent report titled “Building Libya’s Security Sector”
identifies the weakness of the central government, “muddled chains of
command, personal rivalries, redundant missions, and bureaucratic
competition over resources,” as factors that complicate Libya’s security
arrangement. Most armed groups have been folded into the Supreme
Security Committee (SSC) and Libya Shield and are intended to support
the regular army and police, both of which are quite weak. The SSC and
Libya Shield, however, “act with a high degree of autonomy. Some pursue
agendas that are ideological and political; others have outlooks that
are local, individualistic, and occasionally criminal,” write Wehrey and
Cole. The security apparatus in Libya also suffers from administrative
deficiencies, dating back to the Qaddafi regime, which leave security
institutions “highly dependent on personality politics and backdoor deal
making with the various armed groups” and without a system “for
rationalizing procurement, force development, training, and deployment.”
Other problems plaguing Libya’s security forces include a level of
public distrust due to the lack of cleat direction and transparency and
the belief among leaders of revolutionary brigades that “the top-heavy
ranks of the army leave little room for them to assume positions of
authority.”[[[[[[[As a result, Wehrey and Cole make several recommendations to strengthen
and improve the Libyan security sector.]]]]]]]]] The recommendations emphasize
the importance of national reconciliation through a “broad-based
national dialogue” to help transform the Libyan army, the intelligence
sector, and the police force into inclusive and transparent
institutions. The report also recommends a “defense white paper that
sets up a national security architecture, focusing specifically on a
U.S. National Security Council–type body that will coordinate disparate
efforts” to remedy competition and overlap between directorates. Wehrey
and Cole further suggest the dismantling of the Preventative Security
Apparatus, which “duplicates functions that should normally be performed
by the police and intelligence services.” Other important
recommendations include the a “retirement plan to gradually downsize the
bloated senior officer cadre,” a pay raise for regular army and police
in order to encourage recruitment, [[[[[and increased U.S. and international
training of the military and police forces in Libya with careful
vetting, political dialogue and institutional reform.]]]]]]
[ed notes:the above is a kind of synopsis here is an excerpt from the actual policy paper below. http://carnegieendowment.org/2013/08/06/building-libya-s-security-sector/ghle#
Refrain from basing any troops or establishing any military presence on Libyan soil. The training and mentoring of Libyan forces should be done by foreign forces and contractors outside of Libya.
[ed note;cant have Libyans thinking we are control,we must only make it look like we supported a so calle dliberation,and its all theirs now,at least thats the perception we want to give Libyans...now see below in green...
Increase the staffing of the Office of Security Cooperation at the U.S. embassy.
U.S. vetting and coordination of training should be run from this
office to avoid increasing the size of the U.S. footprint in Libya.[[[[[This
is not simply a matter of force protection but is necessary to avoid
feeding widespread rumors in the country that the United States is
seeking to use Libya as a platform for counterterrorism operations in
[[[[[[Bolster International Military Education and Training (IMET) programs in Libya.
IMET is a valuable tool for building the capacity of Libya’s mid- and
senior-level officer corps. The programs should be expanded to account
for the need to train a new generation of Libyan commanders. The
priority should be on areas that were long neglected under Qaddafi:
strategic planning, doctrine, civil-military relations, and basic staff
[ed notes;so again ,give the impression and feed misconceived perceptions to public that us isnt there to occupy,,and isnt there to conduct counter terrorism operations,wich of course it is!!Then train their militaries without anyone noticing?
its because,they care about Libyans,really,no really, its
true,why should we question their intentions after all,they make
reasonable recommendations,why not have the U.S. zionist controlled
(israhelli trained)train their police and intelligence services?So what
us police are trained by israhell?so what us intelligence services are
under control of Mossad?''sigh'' ! Anyway who are the authors?
Frederic Wehrey is a senior associate in the Middle East Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.(oh right ok i see one of the main think tanks and guys there who rationalized the NATO zio western intervention to remove qadafi from power.Hes close friends with Robert kagan a senior associate at Carnegie i should mention.Why should we suspect his best intentions for Libya?Btw since Carnegie is partnered with weapons manufacturers who are clients,wouldnt that present some conflicts of interest?Nahhh fuhhhhged aboud ittt)In 2008, he led a RAND strategic advisory team to Baghdad, Iraq,
focusing on post-surge challenges in support of Multinational
Forces–Iraq. Wehrey is also a lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Air Force
Reserve and has completed tours in Turkey, Uganda, Libya,(he served a tour in Libya???) Algeria, and
Iraq, where he earned the Bronze Star in 2003.
ED NOTES:THE US IS RAN BY ZIONISTS!US WARS ABROAD ARE ALL FOR ISRAHELL, LIBYA INCLUDED!NOW NEXT STEP IS TRAIN THEIR MILITARY!
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