Sunday, April 17, 2011

Truth about The Libyan Revolution and Muammar Gaddafi


Black Genocide in Libya! - Special Report - Sep 3, 2011

Rod Dew Reports for Infowars Nightly News on the continued "Black Genocide" going on in libya at the hands of Obama, NATO and Al-Qaeda Rebels.

Gerald Celente: First Great War of The 21st Century Has Begun - 30 Mar 2011
Alex also talks with trend forecaster, publisher of the Trends Journal, and business consultant Gerald Celente.
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Webster Tarpley: Obama's Bay of Pigs in Libya - 21 Mar 2011
Late today US and British cruise missiles joined with French and other NATO combat aircraft in Operation Odyssey Dawn/Operation Ellamy, a neo-imperialist bombing attack under fake humanitarian cover against the sovereign state of Libya. Acting under UN Security Council resolution 1973, US naval forces in the Mediterranean on Saturday night local time fired 112 cruise missiles at targets which the Pentagon claimed were related to Libya's air defense system. But Mohammed al-Zawi, the Secretary General of the Libyan Parliament, told a Tripoli press conference that the "barbaric armed attack" and "savage aggression" had hit residential areas and office buildings as well as military targets, filling the hospitals of Tripoli and Misurata with civilian victims. Zawi accused the foreign powers of acting to protect a rebel leadership which contains notorious terrorist elements. The Libyan government repeated its request for the UN to send international observers to report objectively on events in Libya.

The attacking forces are expected to deploy more cruise missiles, Predator drones, and bombers, seeking to destroy the Libyan air defense system as a prelude to the systematic decimation of Libyan ground units. International observers have noted that US intelligence about Libya may be substandard, and that many cruise missiles may indeed have struck non-military targets.

Libya had responded to the UN vote by declaring a cease-fire, but Obama and Cameron brushed that aside. On Saturday, France 24 and al-Jazeera of Qatar, international propaganda networks hyping the attacks, broadcast hysterical reports of Qaddafi's forces allegedly attacking the rebel stronghold of Bengazi. They showed a picture of a jet fighter being shot down and claimed this proved Qaddafi was defying the UN by keeping up his air strikes. It later turned out that the destroyed plane had belonged to the rebel air force. Such coverage provided justification for the bombing attacks starting a few hours later. The parallels to the Kuwait incubator babies hoax of 1990 were evident. Qaddafi loyalists said Saturday's fighting was caused by rebel assaults on government lines in the hopes of provoking an air attack, plus local residents defending themselves against the rebels.

At the UN vote, the Indian delegate correctly pointed out that the decision to start the war had been made on the basis of no reliable information whatsoever, since UN Secretary General Ban-ki Moon's envoy to Libya had never reported to the Security Council. The bombing started shortly after a glittering Paris summit "in support of the Libyan people," where Sarkozy, Cameron, Hillary Clinton, Stephen Harper of Canada and other imperialist politicians had strutted and postured.

Token contingents from Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Jordan, and Saudi Arabia were supposed to take part in the attack, but were nowhere to be seen, while some Arab states were expected to provide financial support. The minimum estimated cost of maintaining a no-fly zone over Libya for one year is estimated in the neighborhood of $15 billion -- enough to fund WIC high-protein meals for impoverished US mothers and infants for two years.

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UN Powers Violate Their Own Resolution By Targeting Gaddafi
Paul Joseph Watson
As the contrived moral high ground behind the absurdly hypocritical "humanitarian" pretext of the attack on Libya collapses in the wake of Russia, the Arab League and the African Union condemning the US-led NATO bombings, so does any pretense of legality that the "no fly zone" resolution holds, because the obvious attempt to assassinate Gaddafi violates not only U.S. law, but the UN's own charter.

Vladimir Putin's characterization of the air strikes as a "medieval crusade" and his warning that the attacks prove why Russia has to build up its defenses against NATO is the most damning indictment of the campaign thus far. It follows an Arab League u-turn as well as an African Union condemnation, as all the lies and bluster about a "humanitarian mission" crumble within days of the assault being launched.

The Orwellian delusion that the "no fly zone" anything other than a cruel hoax became obvious within hours, as NATO rejected Libya's proposal for independent third party countries to patrol the skies and instead launched an instantaneous bombardment of Gaddafi's military facilities, strikes that have killed dozens of innocent people according to Libyan claims that have been confirmed by Russia.

From the very beginning, this war had nothing to do with "protecting civilians" and everything to do with toppling the leader of Africa's richest oil nation.

Now western leaders have all but admitted that the sole focus of the campaign is to kill Gaddafi, as air strikes pound targets around the beleaguered Libyan leader.

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Paul Joseph Watson - 24 Feb 2011

U.S. Backs Libyan Al-Qaeda While Hyping Terror Attacks Inside America
Hypocrisy run rampant: Obama administration fearmongers about Libyan-backed terrorists carrying out reprisal attacks in America while launching air strikes to support terrorists in Libya

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Kurt Nimmo - 24 Feb 2011
Media Demonizes Gaddafi as Pentagon Prepares Attack
As we reported yesterday, the United States has specific instructions to intervene militarily in Libya under the cover of providing humanitarian assistance.

Less than 24 hours after our report, the Pentagon has announced it is looking at "all options" in dealing with the Libyan crisis. In short, it is drawing up plans to intervene.Corporate media rehashes Lockerbie bombing to demonize Gaddafi.

"Our job is to give options from the military side, and that is what we are thinking about now," a Pentagon official told CNN. "We will provide the president with options should he need them."

"This department is always doing prudent planning for any number of contingencies," Pentagon spokesman Col. Dave Lapan told reporters. "The president said yesterday that the United States is discussing with allies and partners a full range of options regarding the situation in Libya. But we are not going to discuss what any of those specific options might be."

Obama Press Secretary Jay Carney dressed up the coming military attack as "a range of options on how to protect American citizens in Libya and compel the Libyan government to stop attacking its own people," according to CNN.

The U.S. used a similar excuse when it invaded the Caribbean island state of Grenada in 1983. Then president Reagan declared that a Cuban-Soviet invasion of Grenada was imminent and that weapons were being stockpiled that would be used by terrorists.

"What we have said is we're not going to specify which options are on or off the table. We're discussing a full range of options," Carney told reporters, adding that it was likely any action would be in concert with the international community, in other words at the behest of the global elite.

"We're interested in outcomes," Carney said. "We're interested in taking measures that will actually have the desired effect, which is getting the Libyan government to stop" killing its own people.

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The Alex Jones Show - 21 Feb 2011
Kurt Nimmo
Editor's note: Yusuf al-Qaradawi, the influential Muslim scholar mentioned below, has issued a fatwa calling for the murder of Libya's Muammar Gaddafi.

Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Sunday called on Muslims to "remove" the United States from the Islamic world."The main problem in the Muslim world is the presence of the United States. It is the biggest problem. We need to address that," he told a gathering of Shiite and Sunni scholars during an international conference on Islam held in Tehran.

Khamenei said Muslims around the world must preserve the "people's movement in Egypt." He said it was the duty of both the people and dignitaries of Arab nations and the entire Islamic community.

Khamenei, however, failed to mention that while Mubarak is gone the same gaggle of military generals now control the government in Egypt. The previous so-called civilian administration and the Egyptian High Council of the Armed Forces are basically the same body.

Also not mentioned by Khamenei is the fact Sami Hafez Al-Anan (Al-Enan), the chief of staff of the Egyptian military, was in Washington for two days and visited the Pentagon after the protests began in Egypt. He was likely receiving further instruction.

On the surface, the bloody protests in Bahrain (home of the U.S. Fifth Fleet) and elsewhere in the Muslim world seem to be bad news for the United States. In fact, the exploding events are high theater and will not result in vaguely defined democracy for the people of Egypt, Tunisia, Algeria, Yemen, Libya, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, and least of all the Palestinian territories.

Liberals love to hate Glenn Beck, but something he said recently makes a lot of sense. He said the "revolution" in Egypt is the beginning of a caliphate in the Middle East.

Beck's task is to play the false left-right paradigm like a Stradivarius, so naturally he ties in the so-called Left in his analysis.

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Alex Jones on RT America - 19 Feb 2011
The protests that have rocked the Middle East have found their way to the Midwest, as problems from a bad global economy has sparked these demonstrations. Radio Host Alex Jones believes the protests were orchestrated by the New World Order and use this as fury in the streets to roll in another layer to the police state.

Protests Were Orchestrated by The NWO

The Nutrimedical Report with Dr. Bill Deagle - 7 Apr 2011

Gerald Celente on KFSO with Brian Sussman - 30 March 2011

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'We'll keep bombing': Cameron & Sarkozy in Libya - Sep 15, 2011  
British Prime Minister David Cameron has promised more financial aid to Libya's new rulers on a visit to Tripoli. He's there with French President Nicolas Sarkozy in support of the regime their warplanes helped put in power. RT's Maria Finoshina is keeping across developments from Tripoli.

War for Africa: 'Libya key to new US bases, cheap labor & resources' - Aug 29, 2011

Why Is NATO Really In Libya? - Apr 7, 2011
Former Regan Administration official Paul Craig Roberts thinks the situation with Gaddafi is much different than the other recent protests in the Arab world. "Why is NATO there?" has become to real question, says Roberts, who fears that risky involvement stemming from American influence could lead to catastrophic breaking point.

NATO Has No Strategy In Libya
RT asks Asia Times correspondent Pepe Escobar for his thoughts on NATO's would-be solution to the Libyan ordeal. NATO incompetence, says Escobar, is not helping end the unrest.

Webster Tarpley: Al Qaeda does US dirty work in Libya - Mar 30, 2011

US aiding racists in Libya

Celente: Libya civil war none of US business - Mar 25, 2011
There are increasing calls for more democracy and to end corruption throughout Africa and the Middle East, but the US targeted Libya to make a statement. Gerald Celente, the director of the Trends Research Institute says this is a chilling example of US hypocrisy. Killing people with bombs to solve the humanitarian crisis is absurd and ironic he notes. In addition, Americans are suffering from high unemployment and calling for cuts to government spending, yet the Pentagon is blowing away billions per week bombing Libya.

Chossudovsky: Pentagon bombing hospitals in Libya - Mar 24, 2011
In the light of war in Libiya many Serbs are drawing parralels with their own drama. Twelve years ago NATO attacked former Yugoslavia under the guise of humanitarian aid. Now history is repeating itself in Libya. Michel Chussodovsky from the Centre for Research on Globalization says the coalition forces in. Libya may say humanitarianism is the goal, but the military has attacked schools, media, hospitals and historic sites.

Libya: War for oil - Mar 22, 2011
The war of intervention in Libya is yet another American illegal adventure argues Keith Harmon Snow, an independent war correspondent. The objective, he says, secured access to Libya's significant oil supply, other mineral resources and defense testing. He says the argument of humanitarianism and stopping a "warlord" was a absolute nonsense. If that argument were true, he contends, there are far more brutal war criminals in African countries the US could have chosen to target.

We'll see depleted uranium missiles thrown by Western aircraft on Libya - Mar 21, 2011
Balkans expert Marko Gasic predicts Libya will become a new Iraq. He says that now that the cease-fire is needed for peace, that should be the aim of the mission. The mission has now become compromised, he says, and should be stopped as soon as possible.

Libya Bombing: Interventions never end

UN Libya resolution defective, reminds of Medieval call for Crusade

Timeline of US Wars
French military jets are already flying over the country, to enforce the UN backed no-fly zone. Foreign leaders meeting in Paris said they're ready to do whatever it takes to stop Colonel Gaddafi targeting civilian areas. Reports from Libya, suggest forces loyal to Gaddafi are carrying out attacks on the rebel stronghold city of Benghazi, despite the government ceasefire. RT's Paula Slier is in Tripoli.

At a meeting in Paris, French president Nicholas Sarkozy said his country's planes are now over the town of Benghazi, preventing any attacks against civilians. RT correspondent Daniel Bushell reports.

Bombs for peace? 'UN completely disgraced in Libya - Mar 20, 2011
RT talks to political writer Diane Johnstone.

French fighter jets over Libya - Mar 19, 2011

Miscalculated Libya: What happens if Gaddafi falls?
RT gets more analysis on Libya from Jean Bricmont, author of the book 'Humanitarian Imperialism'.

Military action against Libya in full swing
A multi-national force has launched a series of strikes against colonel Gaddafi's forces in Libya. It's all part of an operation to enforce a no-fly zone backed by the UN. Speaking from Brazil, U.S. President Barack Obama says it was 'clear' that allied forces had to protect civilians in Libya. RT gets more from RT's Gayane Chichakyan who's in Washington DC.

Chossudovsky: New deadly war theater opened in Libya
So a multi-national force has carried out a series of attacks against targets around the Libyan city of Benghazi. French fighter jets destroyed several armoured vehicles and tanks belonging to Colonel Ghaddafi's troops. It was joined by the U.S. military that struck against Libya's air defences, using cruise missiles. UK forces are also in action over Libya. These are the first raids since the UN Security Council adopted a resolution allowing the use of "all the means necessary" to protect the civilian population in Libya. Earlier, troops loyal to Colonel Ghaddafi reportedly carried out attacks on Benghazi, which is the rebel stronghold, violating a ceasefire. RT talks to Michel Chossudovsky, who's director of the Centre for Research on Globalisation.

Gaddafi declares ceasefire as France, UK ready no-fly zone - Mar 18, 2011
In Libya, Colonel Gaddafi says he has declared an immediate ceasefire and ordered military operations to stop. But still, there are reports that fighting is continuing. France, the UK and other countries are pressing ahead with preparations to enforce a no-fly zone over Libya, after receiving UN Security Council backing. RT talks to Marcus Roberts, a political analyst from London.

CrossTalk on Libya Uprising: Endgame? - Mar 17, 2011
On this edition of Peter Lavelle's CrossTalk: Endgame for Libya's opposition to Colonel Gaddafi? Why is this likely outcome so much at odds with what has been seen in Tunisia and Egypt? What does the opposition in Libya do now? Should the world - particularly the West - acted more decisively?

US imperialism will push them into Libya's war - 2 Mar 2011
Ralph Schoenman, who's an American radio host and peace activist joins RT from California to discuss the upheaval in Libya.

Airstrikes in Libya did not take place - 1 Mar 2011
The reports of Libya mobilizing its air force against its own people spread quickly around the world. However, Russia's military chiefs say they have been monitoring from space -- and the pictures tell a different story. According to Al Jazeera and BBC, on February 22 Libyan government inflicted airstrikes on Benghazi -- the country's largest city -- and on the capital Tripoli. However, the Russian military, monitoring the unrest via satellite from the very beginning, says nothing of the sort was going on on the ground. At this point, the Russian military is saying that, as far as they are concerned, the attacks some media were reporting have never occurred. The same sources in Russia's military establishment say they are also monitoring the situation around Libya's oil pumping facilities.

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Gerald Celente - 1 Mar 2011
The Middle East protests have fueled more than just a change in Democracy; it looks like these political outbursts will affect the gas pump as well. There are reports that crude oil could rise up to 200 dollars a barrel. Director of the Trends Research Institute Gerald Celente says the role of the Federal Reserve, interest rates and the potential oil crisis out of the Middle East could be detrimental to the United States economy.

Great 21 century war looming, Egypt & Libya just brush fires

John Rees from Stop the War Coalition - 1 Mar 2011
For more on what's going on in Libya RT talks to John Rees from the Stop the War Coalition.

Last thing Libyans want is foreign intervention

Gaddafi funds frozen - 25 Feb 2011
RT's Rory Suchet discusses the situation in the Middle East with Anthony Wile - the founder and chief editor of the political website The Daily Bell.

New dictators will be as corrupt as the old ones

Gaddafi will fight on - 23 Feb 2011
Supporters of Libyan leader Colonel Gaddafi appear to be turning their back on him while the international community unites against the bloodshed. The country's Interior Minister has resigned and joined the anti-government protesters, after reports of 300 unarmed civilians being killed in Libya's second largest city - Benghazi. He accused Gaddafi of planning a wide-scale attack on his own country-men. The Italian Foreign Minister told reporters that more than one thousand Libyans may have been killed in just eight days. The UN Security Council demanded an end to the violence on Tuesday, while the Arab League suspended Libya. The French president has called for EU sanctions against the country. Nevertheless, Gaddafi vows to fight till the death and die a martyr in his homeland. In his first major speech since the unrest began, the leader urged supporters to attack the opposition, who he claimed were bribed, drugged and 'serving the devil.' RT talks with the former MI5 agent Annie Machon.

1000 dead in Libya just a beginning

CrossTalk - Feb 23, 2011
On this edition of Peter Lavelle's CrossTalk he asks his guests why America and its western allies have always talked the talk of democracy in the Arab Middle East, but could never walk the walk of the same?
Invade Libya?

Bilderberg Hand - 21 Feb 2011
Government buildings are reported to be on fire in the Libyan capital Tripoli as demonstrators demand an end to the 41-year rule of Colonel Gaddafi. The son of the Libyan leader blamed opposition groups and outsiders for instigating the protests. The army is reported to be using live ammunition against demonstrators, with international organisations putting the current death toll at over 200. In a televised national address Seif Al-Islam Gaddafi said this number was exaggerated, also dismissing reports that his father fled the country. Meanwhile the unrest continues to spread further through the region with protests in Yemen, Bahrain and Morocco. Regional expert Adrian Salbuchi says that global dominance groups are behind the wave of revolts.

Deadly chaos in Libya, Bahrain as Wave of Rage spreads

Max Keiser on Revolts - 21 Feb 2011
Dozens of people have been reported killed in the Libyan capital Tripoli overnight as violence continues to spread across the country. Key administrative buildings have been set on fire, with thousands of anti-government activists still on the streets calling for an end to the 41-year rule of Colonel Gaddafi. To find out more about how the Middle East upheaval is impacting global economic patterns, we're joined live now by RT's financial guru Max Keiser...

Americans Joining Middle East Uprising Trend

Gaddafi addresses Tripoli crowd - 25 Feb 2011
In a surprise appearance, the Libyan leader gives a defiant speech to supporters in Green Square in the centre of the country's capital.

Latin Americans divided over Libya - 25 Feb 2011
Hugo Chavez, the Venezuelan president, has praised Libya's "independence", saying the north African country's longtime leader Muammar Gaddafi is facing a civil war in his country.

"Long live Libya and its independence! Kadhafi faces a civil war!" Chavez said in a Twitter messageon Friday, his first reaction to the unrest shaking Libya since February 15.

Chavez is Gaddafi's main ally in Latin America. Both leaders regularly make public condemnations of US "imperialism" and have exchanged visits in recent years.

Separately, Nicolas Maduro, the Venezuelan foreign minister, told the National Assembly that Venezuela "repudiates the violence" in Libya, but said the conflict merits "objective" study.

"Conditions are being created to justify an invasion of Libya, and the central objective of that invasion ... is to take away Libya's oil," Maduro said.

Tribal system still important in Libya - 22 Feb 2011
Libya is one of the most tribal nations in the Arab world - a country where clans and alliances shape the political landscape. Tribal structure has played a crucial role in the country's history.

Muammar Gaddafi addresses the nation - 22 Feb 2011
The Libyan leader blames foreign powers for the current unrest in his country and says the protesters are on hallucinogenic drugs.

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