Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Libyan criminal war

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US Libyan Policy: Zero Legitimacy

BBC did however concede that nearly all of their reports were
impossible to confirm, as they were all entirely based on opposition
"witness accounts."

This week, Russian military officials boldly asserted that such air
strikes never took place, and even the US Department of Defense was
forced to concede that such attacks could not be confirmed.

Secretary of Defense Robert Gates was asked recently "Do you see any
evidence that he [Qaddafi] actually has fired on his own people from
the air?" to which he responded by saying, "We’ve seen the press
reports, but we have no confirmation of that." Admiral Mullen added,
"That’s correct. We’ve seen no confirmation whatsoever."

Strangely enough, calls for military intervention to stop non-existing,
unverified atrocities are only growing stronger.

The United States is preparing for an invasion of Libya. The CIA is
already on the ground recruiting and arming rebel forces. Canadian
minority Prime Mister Stephen Harper is providing military support for
the 3rd of 7 wars of aggression by the United States. The Canadian navy
frigate HMCS Charlottetown, along with its Sea King helicopter will
join the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise and the USS Kearsarge, an
amphibious assault ship with more than 700 marines aboard. The United
States is planning on using a civil war in Libya as an excuse to invade.

Pack Journalism Promotes War on Libya

Sarkozy to propose air strikes in Libya:

John Pilger: Julian Assange Interview


WW I – 10% victims were civilians;

WWII – 50% victims were civilians;

Vietnam War – 70% victims were civilians;

Iraq – 90% victims were civilians;

so it is quite safe to say that in the next war all killed would be

"The Goal is justicce, the method is tranparency"

Bombs for peace? 'UN completely disgraced in Libya'

The Shameful State of the Union

War in Libya: Barack Obama Gets in Touch With His Inner Neocon

Since taking office President Obama has left U.S. troops in Iraq and
expanded the war in Afghanistan. Now he has taken America into its
third war in a Muslim nation within a decade -- to promote "global
peace and security," he claimed, the usual justification used by
presidents to enter conflicts which serve neither. President Obama
obviously has found his inner Neocon and joined Washington's
RepubliCrat Party.

Shock and Awe 2: US, France and Britain Pound Libya

Around 120 Tomahawk Missiles Fired at Libyan Sites

Kucinich: Obama should be impeached over Libya action


All Out War on Libya, Surge in the Price of Crude Oil...

"Humanitarian Wars are Good for Business".... Speculators Applaud....

by Michel Chossudovsky

The CIA-Qadhafi spy agency working relationship was so close the U.S.
handed over to Libya some anti-Qadhafi Libyans captured in its campaign
against terrorism. The relationship was so rosy, the Americans allowed
Libyan agents to visit Guantanamo Bay detention facility in Cuba to
interrogate Libyan detainees.

March War Madness: Libya bombings echo Yugoslavia 1999

Celente: Would US target Libya if they had broccoli instead of oil?

Here's How The US Seized $30 Billion Of Qaddafi's Funds In Just 72 Hours

On February 16, 2009, Gaddafi took a step further and called on Libyans
to back his proposal to dismantle the government and to distribute the
oil wealth directly to the 5 million inhabitants of the country.

However, his plan to deliver oil revenues directly to the Libyan people
met opposition by senior officials who could lose their jobs due to a
parallel plan by Gaddafi to rid the state of corruption.

Some officials, including Prime Minister Al-Baghdadi, Ali Al-Mahmoudi
and Farhat Omar Bin Guida, of the Central Bank, told Gaddafi that the
measure could harm the country's economy in the long term due to
"capital flight."

"Do not be afraid to directly redistribute the oil money and create
fairer governance structures that respond to people's interests,"
Gaddafi said in a Popular Committee.

The Popular Committees are the backbone of Libya. Through them citizens
are represented at the district level.

"The Administration has failed and the state's economy has failed.
Enough is enough. The solution is for the Libyan people to directly
receive oil revenues and decide what to do with them," Gaddafi said in
a speech broadcast on state television. To this end, the Libyan leader
urged a radical reform of government bureaucracy.

Farrakhan to Obama, "Who in the Hell Do You Think You Are?" "It's
Coming to Your Door." - vid

Chossudovsky on Libyan 'Battle for Oil'

Wow That Was Fast! Libyan Rebels Have Already Established A New Central
Bank Of Libya

March 29, 2011

The rebels in Libya are in the middle of a life or death civil war and
Moammar Gadhafi is still in power and yet somehow the Libyan rebels
have had enough time to establish a new Central Bank of Libya and form
a new national oil company. Perhaps when this conflict is over those
rebels can become time management consultants. They sure do get a lot
done. What a skilled bunch of rebels – they can fight a war during the
day and draw up a new central bank and a new national oil company at
night without any outside help whatsoever. If only the rest of us were
so versatile! But isn’t forming a central bank something that could be
done afterthe civil war is over? According to Bloomberg, the
Transitional National Council has “designated the Central Bank of
Benghazi as a monetary authority competent in monetary policies in
Libya and the appointment of a governor to the Central Bank of Libya,
with a temporary headquarters in Benghazi.” Apparently someone felt
that it was very important to get pesky matters such as control of the
banks and control of the money supply out of the way even before a new
government is formed.


Uranium bombs in Libya? US, UK 'habit of deploying radioactive arms'

George Galloway on Wests Libya intervention (19Mar11)

Chossudovsky: New deadly war theater opened in Libya

In their summit meeting in southern China, the leaders of Brazil,
Russia, India, China, and South Africa unanimously condemned the Libya
bombings, AFP reported Thursday.

The group rejected the use of force in the Middle East and North Africa
in a draft statement.

"We share the principle that the use of force should be avoided. We
maintain that the independence, sovereignty, unity and territorial
integrity of each nation should be respected," the countries which
represent more than 40 percent of the world's population said in the

South Africa was one of the countries that voted in favor of the UN
Security Council resolution authorizing the airstrikes.

However, after visiting Tripoli on Sunday, South African President
Jacob Zuma called on NATO to stop the attacks which have claimed the
lives of hundreds of civilians in the past weeks.

Military intervention in Libya is a serious mistake, says Noam Chomsky

He wonders why George Bush and Tony Blair were not taken to the ICC for
invading Iraq.

Next Stop Syria? 'Intervention on cards after Libya precedent'

( Then Iran and then Russia and China )

Gaddafi's youngest son killed in NATO strike

Libyan government spokesman says air strike kills Saif al-Arab Gaddafi
and three of the Libyan leader's grandsons.

According to the IMF, Libya’s Central Bank is 100% state owned. The IMF
estimates that the bank has nearly 144 tons of gold in its vaults. It
is significant that in the months running up to the UN resolution that
allowed the US and its allies to send troops into Libya, Muammar
al-Qaddafi was openly advocating the creation of a new currency that
would rival the dollar and the euro. In fact, he called upon African
and Muslim nations to join an alliance that would make this new
currency, the gold dinar, their primary form of money and foreign
exchange. They would sell oil and other resources to the US and the
rest of the world only for gold dinars.

The US, the other G-8 countries, the World Bank, IMF, BIS, and
multinational corporations do not look kindly on leaders who threaten
their dominance over world currency markets or who appear to be moving
away from the international banking system that favors the
corporatocracy. Saddam Hussein had advocated policies similar to those
expressed by Qaddafi shortly before the US sent troops into Iraq.

Documents by WikiLeaks prove that the "war" in Iraq was a hoax -
concocted by the capitalist powers and amplified by the corporate
media. They show the British government, in collusion with the U.S.,
discussed sharing oil a year before the...

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LIBYAN REBEL WAR CRIMES: The Videos America Doesn't Want You To See

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