[September 30] … Obama signed a Presidential memorandum waiving the sanctions that the CSPA [Child Soldiers Prevention Act] imposes on the nations of Libya, Yemen and South Sudan, and partially waiving the sanctions imposed on the Congo, thus authorizing the US to sell weapons to four nations that would not be eligible to receive military aid from the US under the CSPA.—Bryana Johnson
Barack Obama’s waiving of the CSPA means that American aid and weapons will flow freely into Libya, South Sudan, and Yemen, which use child soldiers.
Despite what happened to Ambassador Stevens, Obama has nevertheless gone out of the way to include Libya in the waiver and cover the child soldiers of the Muslim Brotherhood.—Daniel Greenfield
Help get the word out. Americans need to know about Obama’s CSPA waiver before the November election.
For more on the story, see “President Obama turns his back on child soldiers again” and “Obama Waives Child Soldiers Law for Muslim Brotherhood’s Libyan Forces.”