Den 25 jan hade jag i ett inlägg här på bloggen en video med ett tal av den belgiske parlamentsledamoten Laurent Louis, nu har det dykt upp utskivet som text. Om Mali och de andra krigen i finansoligarkernas tjänst. Så här kan det låta när en politiker är fri och oberoende och har ryggraden i behåll! Läs hela – HÄR
”Thus the next targets are already known. Within a few months I bet that our eyes will turn to Algeria and eventually to Iran. To go to war, to free people from an outside aggressor is noble. But to go to war to defend the interests of the USA … To go to war to defend the interests of big corporations such as AREVA … To go to war to put our hands on gold mines, has nothing noble at all and it reveals our countries to be attackers and thugs!
“Fuck you” to the leaders, left and right
No one dares to speak, but I will not shut up! And if my battle makes me look like an enemy of this system who flaunts the Human Rights in the name of financial, geo-strategic and neo-colonialist interests, so be it! Flaunting and exposing this regime is a duty and makes me proud. And honestly, I apologize for my low class speech, but fuck you, all the so-called do-gooders, both left and right wingers or from the center who are today licking the boots of our corrupted powers and who will be pleased to ridicule me.
Fuck you all, leaders who are playing with your bombs as kids do in a playground! Fuck you! – you who pretend to be democrats while you are nothing more than low class criminals. I don’t have much respect either for the journalists who have the audacity to label the opponents as mentally retarded while basically, they know very well that these opponents are right. Finally, I despise at the highest point those who believe they are the kings of the world and who are dictating their laws because I am on the side of the truth, the side of justice, the side of innocent victims of looting at all costs.”
Hittade talet ovan i den här artikeln – Thoughtful, Respectful, and Progressive? Regarding the “Responsibility to Protect” – av Maximilian Forte. I den finns en video som visar bilder från det förstörda Libyen, efter Nato/väst/Sveriges krigsförbrytelser där. Just nu är det 2 år sedan oroligheterna startade i Libyen, en ny artikel om detta – Libya’s Nightmarish Winter
The West’s hypocrisy and oil-greed are coming home to roost with a vengeance in Libya as the Arab spring in that country turns into a nightmarish winter characterized by armed gangs, economic collapse, a decline in services by an incompetent government and increasing political domination by radical Islamists.
So, if Western governments knew that the “revolution” would result in chaos and another Islamist state what could possibly make such a result worthwhile? Was it just oil? The West already had access to Libya’s oil but the proceeds went to Libya. What few people in Western countries realize is that it was Gaddafi’s African nationalism that really had them worried. Gaddafi – the so-called lunatic – was seriously messing with capitalism’s international institutions and threatening the US dollar as the global currency.
That threat was serious enough that even his major compromises with the West – ending support for terrorism, dropping his pursuit of nuclear technology, working with the US military and intelligence services – were not enough to protect him. One of the few African nations with independent wealth, Gaddafi had plans to make the continent independent of Western institutions like the IMF, and World Bank.
Gaddafi was the force behind the creation of the African Investment Bank, and in 2011 of the African Monetary Fund to be based in Yaounde, Libya with a US$42 billion capital fund and the African Central Bank based in Abuja, in Nigeria. The IMF, whose economic blackmail has resulted in social devastation throughout the developing world, was headed for irrelevance. The same countries the bombed Libya tried for years to undermine these efforts but failed. Faced with the severe damage caused to the global financial system by the 2008 meltdown, getting rid of Gaddafi was even more important. Gaddafi’s longer term plans for a single African currency backed by gold – and no longer accepting US dollars in payment for oil – was an even greater threat as it would have weakened an already weaken US dollar.
Vill också påminna om uppgifterna i en artikel jag länkat till tidigare, för 2 år sedan hade Libyen 6,3 miljoner invånare, av dessa var ca 2,5 miljoner utländska gästarbetare. Nu finns totalt 2,2 miljoner kvar i landet! Många kineser fanns där, de flydde på ett tidigt stadium liksom många svarta, och många libyer har lämnat landet – NATO’s Failure in Libya