Tycker att Mavera beskriver läget i Libyen på ett bra sätt i – Libyen: slaget vid Tripoli – sanning och lögner – om hur planerad offensiven mot Tripoli var av NATO och att utländska marktrupper skickats in. Detta erkänns nu i ljugmedia – Brittisk specialstyrka stöttar libyska rebeller – men man försöker få folk att svälja det utan att det ska bli någon större uppståndelse, gradvis tillvänjning. Den brittiske försvarsministern vill inte kommentera uppgifterna utan får istället gott om plats att bre ut sig med sin krigspropaganda!
Moussa Ibrahim från igår, med engelsk text.
Tripoli City Center Not Under Rebel Control
As the Internet has bounced back for the moment after some days off-line, a picture very far removed from what NATO and world media would like to claim, is emerging.
A rebel source told Mathaba that they had not expected resistance from the population, as they had been living outside Libya and thought that Qaddafi was a tyrant and unpopular.
Stephen Lendman – NATO’s Libya War: A Nuremberg Level Crime
The US/UK/French-led war on Libya will be remembered as one of history’s greatest crimes. It violates the letter and spirit of international law and America’s Constitution.
The Nuremberg Tribunal’s Chief Justice Robert Jackson (a US Supreme Court Justice) called Nazi war crimes ”the supreme international crime against peace.”
His November 21, 1945 opening remarks said:
”The wrongs which we seek to condemn and punish have been so calculated, so malignant, and so devastating, that civilization cannot tolerate their being ignored, because it cannot survive their being repeated.”
He called aggressive war ”the greatest menace of our times.”
International law defines crimes against peace as ”planning, preparation, initiation, or waging of wars of aggression, or a war in violation of international treaties, agreements or assurances, or participation in a common plan or conspiracy for the accomplishment of any of the foregoing.”
Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey – NATO is in big trouble
Quite apart from its obvious breaches of international law, NATO is liable for war crimes – strafing civilian structures such as the water supply system, to ”break the population”, strafing civilian structures with military hardware, murdering civilians in their homes by precision-bombing children, strafing civilians using Apache helicopters from the USA (isn’t there a law in the US about that?).
The more this conflict goes on, the more sinister NATO becomes and the more those of us who knew Colonel Gaddafi’s projects and thanked him for his wonderful humanitarian policies (which irritated practically all the players in the western lobbies) are convinced that we have been right from day one, whatever the outcome. This is backed up by today’s message from Muammar al-Qathafi, Leader of the Green Committees Movement, in his address to the World Green Committees, in which he called on his supporters to stand firm, encouraged those who said they were depressed, exhorted people not to use violence if possible.
The world is at a crossroads. Today, August 2011, we are facing a monumental battle between the forces of evil against an innocent man and an innocent and heroic population. The world is watching Goliath trying to devour David, who fights back heroically against NATO and its Satanic forces of evil who are racists, who have decapitated people in the streets, murdered children (like NATO) raped women and looted.
There is fresh evidence that foreign mercenaries are being deployed by NATO – British, French, Qatari and UAE military personnel have been captured; the Libyan Armed Forces allowed the British to come and collect their dead and wounded as they fled screaming, while the Royal Air Force would have strafed them.
And a clear sign that NATO represents evil is the sinister new practice of deleting facebook accounts of independent journalists, the alleged threats by CNN staff against numerous independent journalists in Tripoli (under investigation) and the media blackout from Libya. However it is not sufficient. We have other ways and means besides Facebook.
There are other social networks. We have other means besides channels like SKY, CNN, BBC and Al-Jazeera. There is an international movement to boycott them. There are also commercial consequences: a pan-African movement is being implemented to lock NATO countries out of Africa. You murdered Libyan kids? No place in Africa, no contract. Go steal your own resources, not ours.
And a new international community is being formed by the people of the world, who are flocking towards the Jamahiriya system of government (Read The Green Book *).
It is difficult to know what NATO wanted out of this. It was not peace, for they refused to negotiate. It was not democracy, for they refused to heed the call for elections. Could it then have been simply and only to steal a sovereign country’s resources by murdering its people?
Over 200 African Leaders: NATO’s Libyan War Part Of Plan To Recolonize Continent
”Nato has violated international law… they had a regime change agenda,” said one of the signatories, University of Johannesburg head of politics, Chris Landsberg.
Landsberg said Britain, France and United States ”continue to act as a rogue states”.
”A rogue is an errant state that does not live by rules… the tragedy is that they are not likely to be charged in the International Criminal Court.”
CIA and Libya: Rep. Kucinich and the Elephant in the Room
In addition to calling for war crime prosecutions against NATO for killing Libyan civilians, Rep. Dennis Kucinich wants to know if the CIA had a hand in the effort to overthrow Gaddafi and install al-Qaeda.
A Closer Look On Qatari Hollywood And The Mercenary Invasion of Tripoli