For a FREE LIBYA ! A Libya without NATO.

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I am working for the Belgian human rights association 'Werkgroep Morkhoven' which revealed the Zandvoort childporn case (88.539 victims). The case was covered up by the authorities. During the past years I have been really shocked by the way the rich countries of the western empire want to rule the world. One of my blogs: «Latest News Syria» (WordPress)/ Je travaille pour le 'Werkgroep Morkhoven', un groupe d'action qui a révélé le réseau pornographique d'enfants 'Zandvoort' (88.539 victims). Cette affaire a été couverte par les autorités. Au cours des dernières années, j'ai été vraiment choqué par la façon dont l'Occident et les pays riches veulent gouverner le monde. Un de mes blogs: «Latest News Syria» (WordPress)/ Ik werk voor de Werkgroep Morkhoven die destijds de kinderpornozaak Zandvoort onthulde (88.539 slachtoffers). Deze zaak werd door de overheid op een misdadige manier toegedekt. Gedurende de voorbije jaren was ik werkelijke geschokt door de manier waarop het rijke westen de wereld wil overheersen. Bezoek onze blog «Latest News Syria» (WordPress) ------- Photo: victims of the NATO-bombings on the Chinese embassy in Yougoslavia
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8 reacties op For a FREE LIBYA ! A Libya without NATO.

  1. kruitvat zegt:

    A war is horrible but in this case it is shocking that the United Nations gave, on the request of Washington, a mandate to NATO to bomb and to kill civilians and to start a war against Libya.
    The UN blocks, on the request of Washington, also all the UN-resolutions critical of Israel. So Israel is free to bomb the civilians of Gaza.
    CLOSE THE UN !

  2. kruitvat zegt:

    The UN, an instrument of Washington and its allies, blocked also every Peace Proposal for Libya and allows that Libya is bombed with bombs of Depleted Uranium. The UN is so called specialized in ‘cleaning up’ Depleted Uranium.

    Hundreds of tons of Depleted Uranium (DU) were used during the invasion of Iraq. The US forces have forbid any kind of (DU) related exploration programs or research. They have also covered up and denied DU’s damaging health effects, and refused to release information on the amounts, types and locations of these weapons within Iraq. As a consequence, thousands of Iraqi children and their families are suffering from different low level radiation (LLR) related diseases such as congenital malformations, malignancies, congenital heart diseases, chromosomal aberration and multiple malformations. Women in the contaminated areas suffered high rates of miscarriages and sterility.

  3. Irshad memon zegt:

    what do u expect of US,NATO AND KINGS OF QATAR,UAE,SAUDI ARABIA AND ISRAEL.YOU R IN NEED OF SOME HUMANITARIAN NEED FRM THM.IF U WANT THEN THEY MUST AID U AS THEY AIDED IRAQ,AFGHANISTAN AND LIBYA.MUSLIM COUNTRIES ARE THEIR WAR EXERCISING ZONES,WHERE THEY TRAIN THEIR TRAINEES.I AM IN FIRM BELIEF THAT ARABS HAS NOT LEARN LESSON FROM HISTORY AND STILL UNABLE TO LEARN.EVEN THEY ARE SO LOUSY AND INCAPABLE OF BYCOTTING AL JAZEERA,AND PRO WEST CHANNELS IN THE MID EAST.

  4. Boeykens zegt:

    The Arab spring grows into Muslim turmoil
    Dmitriy SEDOV | 01.09.2011 |

    Informational warfare launched by the West in the Muslim world could not but result in the Arab youth betraying their traditional values and taking to the streets to express their protest. It is absolutely evident that these protests were orchestrated from overseas. This became particularly clear in the final stage of the armed confrontation in Libya.

    Imposing pro-democratic values in countries with hard-line regimes could not but bring them into a historical deadlock. The waves of unrest started taking unusual shapes… The Arab Spring gave the world three successful anti-government coups – in Egypt, Tunisia and Libya, and three influential anti-government movements – in Syria, Yemen and Bahrain. In the last three countries things have not yet been settled. It seems that Yemenis are seeking for the Libyan scenario, while the Yemeni government sent troops to Sanaa to suppress the protests.

    However, the way things unfold in these countries does not mean that their nations will soon be living under the democratic rule.

    The Libyan opposition has taken quite a notable course. Their leadership comprises factions which had never been friends. So, new violence is very likely the moment they start fighting for power. And what is also very important that during Gaddafi`s 40-year rule many Libyans became well-to-do people. Now that the economic development is stalled, only a consolidated approach can change things for the better. Chances are too low for this to happen, and several months after the end of the Gaddafi regime his supporters may start chanting anti-democratic slogans.

    Since the Libyan population consists of tribes, the ousted Colonel has enough supporters. The recent events show that Algeria- since it has not recognized the National Transitional Council – is ready to support Gaddafi. This all means that new outbreaks of civil war are highly likely.

    NATO does not seem to be worrying much about tribal tensions in Libya – they are more concerned about oil production there. Like it was in Iraq when the war did not prevent them from selling oil to some consumers for 20$ per barrel.

    Libya is turning into a hotbed of radical Islamism. In the wake of the Arab Spring, Libya sees Islamists becoming more influential in the country`s political circles. For example, there are Salafists who are closely linked to Al-Qaida (in other countries also called ‘wahhabists’). Salafists are also quite numerous in Egypt and Syria, like never before. They are said to be supported by Saudi Arabia, which has its interests in the game called ‘Arab spring’.

    One of their main goals is to free the Muslim world from foreign values, which will inevitably cause a conflict between Islamists and local pro-democratic factions. In addition to this, there is quite a strong belief in the riot-hit Muslim countries that the West played a crucial role in the Arab spring tensions.

    “Some people draw a parallel between the post-Gaddafi Libya with Iraq after Hussein was toppled.- Bashir al-Bakr writes in the Lebanese newspaper Al Akhbar.- Iraq is in the grip of the never-ending civil war. Americans underestimated Hussein`s authority in the country. After the US invasion of Iraq tensions grew even deeper there. The same is going to happen in Libya. They have already made too many mistakes to be able to find a painless solution to the ongoing crisis”.

    Another Lebanese paper, As-Safir, offers its view on the situation: “Many people in the region believe that oil is the only reason why western countries started the operation. NATO`s support was not free, and now Libya will have ‘to pay the bills’.” And since the economic situation is getting worse each day there, Islamists thus getting a real chance to encourage their supporters to attack local pro-Western activists. We cannot rule out a possibility that those who kiss the US and the French flags today, will be pursued by outraged crowds tomorrow.

    Meanwhile, Al-Qaida is gaining strength in southern Yemen. A day will come when Al-Qaida militants will enter Egypt, Tunisia, Syria, Libya. Some of them are already there. “We are moving into the unknown,- says Talal Atrissi, a Lebanese political analyst.- What comes next? Only more conflicts and fights for power…This will be a difficult time, full of hardships and cruelty”.

    Those who organized the Arab spring have just only released the seismic energy, so to speak. Having tasted empty promises, Arab crowds will soon learn what chaos and terrorism may bring into their lives…

    http://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2011/09/01/the-arab-spring-grows-into-muslim-turmoil.html

  5. Boeykens zegt:

    STOP THE WAR IN LIBYA. WE DEMAND IT
    Amid Opposition to Leaked UN Plan for Libya, UN Refuses to Answer

    By Matthew Russell Lee

    UNITED NATIONS, August 29 — After Inner City Press obtained and published the UN’s plan for Libya, complete with 200 military observers and the expectation of NATO maintaining a role, the plan’s author Ian Martin refused to answer questions, telling Inner City Press that “it’s an internal document.”

    Now that Inner City Press’ publication of the leaked report has spread, from Geneva to Doha to Istanbul to as far as The Australian, Inner City Press has asked the Office of the Spokesperson for Secretary General Ban Ki-moon a series of questions:

    “On the Martin report, published on Friday, can you first provide UN description of what the document represents (esp in light of a statement by OSSG last week that is it “not a UN document”) and then state the basis for saying NATO has a continuing role, for saying that some deployments can be made without a specific mandate and more generally, on whose behalf and at whose behest this planning was done, if and when the plan was even going to be shown to member states, if so, which member states and when?”

    Several member states’ lead ambassadors at the UN have asked Inner City Press about the report, saying they’ve sent it to their capitals for analysis. At a Security Council lunch with Ban Ki-moon on August 26, Ban said he would brief the Council about it in the coming week (just as Martin has promised to belatedly give a press briefing).

    But even once the Secretariat moves to legitimate the plans by making some of them a public request to the Security Council, the question remains: on whose behalf, and for whose benefit, did the UN Secretariat engage in this planning?

    Beyond the ongoing split in the UN Security Council between the Westerners — European four plus US and its allies — and Russia and China, with IBSA (India, Brazil and South Africa) in the middle: there have been demonstrations in Libya against any international peacekeeping force.

    Inner City Press’ sources describe a fight inside Ban Ki-moon team as to which official would be sent to Tripoli, Martin or Al Khatib? It’s said that Martin is winning, and the Al Khatib may simply withdraw.

    Like Martin, Al Khatib jumped the gun and went to Benghazi with an already made plan: a five person structure, two from the rebels, two from Gaddafi, one from neither. It was rejected.

    Now Martin has developed a detailed plan, apparently without a mandate. Watch this site.
    —-
    From the UN’s transcript of its August 26 noon briefing (the UN canceled its August 29 briefing)

    Inner City Press: …the [Ian] Martin report on Libya. It’s a 10-page document, and among other things, there is two things I want to ask you about… there is a statement, apparently it’s a UN statement saying that NATO’s role will continue to have responsibility after the fall of the [Muammar al-]Qadhafi Government, and saying that for this UN planning, including for 200 military observers, that no further mandate is needed from the Security Council. I wanted to know, what is the Secretary-General’s position on this, on those two statements?

    Acting Deputy Spokesperson Farhan Haq: As far as that goes, I wouldn’t comment on the text of this document, which was an internal document for the Secretary-General’s information and for the information of his advisers. The Secretary-General will be talking to regional organizations at 3 p.m. this afternoon to coordinate planning, and he will talk to the press after that.

    Inner City Press: how would you characterize this pretty detailed planning with the idea that Mr. Martin and Mr. al-Khatib went out to hear what the NTC [National Transitional Council] wanted or that on the video conference today he is going to hear? It seems to be a pretty detailed plan. Is this a preliminary plan? What adjective would you put on it, because it looks inconsistent with this outreach after the fact?

    Acting Deputy Spokesperson Haq: No, not at all. The sort of efforts that we have been doing and the sort of efforts that Ian Martin was in place here at the United Nations to do is to plan for a possible transition down the line. We are now at the stage where we need to talk with our various partners about that. But it helps to have concrete ideas about the way forward. And those are what, for example, Ian Martin and Abdel-Elah al-Khatib were talking with people in Doha. This is what the Deputy Secretary-General has been talking with people in Addis Ababa earlier today, and this is what the Secretary-General will discuss with the regional groups this afternoon.

    But Haq and Ban Ki-moon refused to take Press questions about the exclusively published report on the afternoon of August 26. Asked more directly, Ian Martin refused to answer questions, telling Inner City Press that “it’s an internal document.” The UN canceled its regular noon briefing on August 29.

    Libya Africa FUKUSA Europe Analysis
    http://www.mathaba.net/news/?x=628402%3Frss
    http://www.mathaba.net/news/libya

  6. Boeykens zegt:

    Did Libyan rebels have secret oil deals with France?
    http://english.ruvr.ru/2011/09/02/55577891.html

    Sinkevich Viktoria
    Sep 2, 2011 19:41 Moscow Time

    France’s Libération newspaper has published a letter by Libya’s National Transitional Council to the Emir of Qatar and the head of the Arab League right on the eve of the Friends of Libya conference in Paris. Now the whole world knows that the rebels (currently the country’s acknowledged government) promised France 35% percent of the country’s oil in exchange for military support.

    The letter was written on April 3, 2011 thus it was sent three weeks after the UN resolution launching air operations in Libya that turned into a full-scale war on the rebels’ side. France’s FM Alain Juppe has commented on the disclosure:

    “I know nothing about this letter I just know about NTC official claims that it will give benefits to those who supported it which is fair and logical. We were not the only ones –Italy and the US also had a say. Reconstructing Libya is costly but it’s worth it. A new democratic Libya means stability, security and development.”

    The Minister added that France has unfrozen 1.5 bn euros from Gaddafi’s accounts to aid Libyans. Reuters news agency estimates Libyan assets in French banks to be worth 7.6 bn euros.

    The chief of France’s Total oil giant Christophe de Margerie hasn’t confirmed any deals on oil exploration in Libya

    “We have some experts in Libya talking technical detail but no contracts or politics. I haven’t been either to Benghazi or Tripoli and have no grounds to make a show out of it. We can work in Libya only if Libyans want us to. Our current priority is to restart those facilities for which we were responsible before the revolution. Now we need to help Libya and its people to get back to normal life as soon as possible.”

    France’s Minister of Industry and Energy Eric Besson also denied any deals but agreed that it’s logical that France should get preferences in exploring Libya’s energy resources

    “Total operated in Libya before the revolution and now it plans to stay in the country and restore Libya’s economy and energy sector. France was the first to have launched the anti-Gaddafi operation and it’s logical that we’ll be the first in reconstruction. French companies are highly interested in working in Libya.”

    Libya’s oil reserves are estimated at 44 bn barrels and it was the 17th oil producer in the world in early 2011 ( 1.6 mln barrels a day). France was the second largest importer of Libyan oil after Italy buying 15% of the fuel before the war.

  7. Gaile McLean zegt:

    The war crimes knowingly committed on Libya by NATO and the United Nations is the most horrendous I have ever witnessed. The death, destruction and suffering that has been caused to a once happy, wealthy, peace loving country by NATO, UN, Obama, Clinton, Sarkozy and Cameron must be stopped immediately. These leaders must resign immediately along with Rasmussen and Ban Ki Moon. They have to be tried for the gravest war crimes ever committed on a peaceful, law abiding country along with the continued assassination attempts of Gaddafi and his family.The billions they have spent in destroying this country for their evil greed could have been well spent on human aid to countries who needed it and still enough for them to find gold and oil to save their own bankrupt countries. NATO’s home page show one of their soldiers with his arm around a small child protecting him. Bombs, death and destruction to innocent people is the greatest crime ever committed. Not even a fair playing field. Gaddafi believed these cowards were friends of his.

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