My corrections to the following puff piece for this charlatan are interspersed:
French intellectual tells of insider role in Libya war
Dave Clark and Herve Rouach (AFP) – Nov 9, 2011
… That [Bernard-Henri] Levy played a role [in the Zionist takeover of Libya euphemized as] Kadhafi’s overthrow has been known since the first days of the [Zionist hostilities] in March, but the extent of his involvement was revealed this week in his new book on the war and in an interview with AFP.
He describes how … he met [terrorist] leaders in Benghazi and, on the basis of the briefest of meetings, decided to introduce them to Sarkozy.
With his trademark hand-made white shirts open to the chest, constant media appearances and celebrity lifestyle, Levy — or “BHL” as he is known in Paris — is [justifiably, but not often enough] mocked as a showman rather than a serious thinker [which he clearly is not].
He [claimed] that in March he had little idea who the men behind the rebel National Transitional Council were, having only talked briefly with its [known terrorist] leader [with Zionist intelligence agency ties] Mustafa Abdel Jalil, but he nevertheless decided France must support them [because they said they would support Counterfeit Israel].
“I don’t really know who Abdel Jalil is, but I know what a massacre is. I have seen many in by life,” [claimed] Levy, a [pseudo-]intellectual activist [instigator of Zionist atrocities] …
On March 5, Levy met leaders of the fledgling NTC in the hours after they formed the body to unite revolutionary forces against [Libya] …
Levy grabbed a satellite telephone and called Sarkozy.
“My plan is to bring a delegation from the council that was just formed to Paris … Would you agree to meet, personally, with this delegation?” he asked Sarkozy. “Of course,” the president replied, according to Levy’s book.
Five days later Levy brought a delegation to the Elysee. To general astonishment, France immediately recognised the rebel regime [suggesting that they already had the word on these spooks].
French and British diplomats worked swiftly to secure a UN resolution authorising force to [steal Libya’s resources and kill Libyan civilians while claiming to] protect Libyan civilians. On March 19 [Purim, on the rabbinic calendar, the same day of the rabbinic year that the 2003 assault on Iraq was launched] a salvo of US cruise missiles marked the start of a [Zionist] bombing campaign.
But Levy’s role was not over. He made more trips to Libya, visiting rebels in the Djebel Nafusa highlands and the besieged port of Misrata, and arranging more high-wire [gunboat] diplomacy.
He introduced CNT military leader Abdel Fatah Younes to Sarkozy in midnight talks in Paris on April 13. France sent military trainers and large quantities of weapons to the front, turning the course of the [attempted takeover].
[Levy’s] role was shifting. He had become a player in the [hostilities], helping the rebels draft public statements and attending talks between Younes and Sarkozy in which strategy and weapons drops were discussed in detail …
Full uncorrected puff piece