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Chaos in Libya, ’One doesn’t have to go out to know it is winter’


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Guest Adnan Darwash

The US and most European governments, didn’t practice what they preached or what they had been announcing to their respective people; at least not when it comes to matters concerning Libya or the Geddafi regime. The documents uncovered in Libya so far have exposed many secret dealings and illegal activities in helping Geddafi punish his opponen while at the same revealing names of high US, French and British officials (e.g. Sir Mark Allen). Furthermore, it has shown that State Department and Pentagon officials visited Libya few months ago rendering advice in order to save Geddafi regime from further NATO attacks. As a result of such consultation, Libyan diplomats travelled to Israel to normalise relations with the National Zionist (NAZI) State as it is called by JEWWATCH.com. The Americans were right in being concerned as the collapse of Geddafi regime will lead to some embarassing exposures. Besides their part in the rendition and torture of terror suspects (e.g. Abdul Hakim Belhaj, the current military commander in Tripoli) there is a risk that the significant payments made to Tony Blair, to Sir. Mark Allen, to US officials and to Nikolas Sarkozi will be made public. In addition, the Israelis were unhappy to see Geddafi gone since many believe that he has a Jewish blood and wanted to compensate Jews with $US billions for the properties left behind when they immigrated out of the country in 1967, following the Israeli attack on Egypt, Jordan and Syria.

So what has made the West rush to bombard Libya and to risk loosing Geddafi and the ensuing consequences?

Squeezed between revolutions in Tunisa and Egypt, the US, UK, and France were aware that the Islamists will eventually take control of Libya and convert the North African state into another Iran.

The present chaos in Libya is expected to continue long after Geddafi had left the scene. There is a Libyan saying, one doesn|t have to go out to know it is winter.The Islamist commander in Benghazi has already called on the head of the NTC (National Transitional Council) to resign for being too close to Geddafi in the past and for being too cosy with NATO. The same commander was involved in the killing of Rebel General Abdul Fattah Younis and the burning of his remains near Benghazi. While the Islamist commander of Tripoli has called on the US and the UK to apologise for helping Geddafi in kidnapping and torturing him at the notorious Bu Slim prison where he was held for seven years. One can say that Libya is not Iraq, but the US-led NATO chaos is familiar.

Adnan Darwash, Iraq Occupation Times

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Adnan I understand you now.

I do understand why you are scared of gay men though. It is because they view you as the VIRGIN.

 

There is probably a VERY LARGE "sorry", a VERY WIDE "this is not coming out right" a very diverse WITHIN "ooops" community.

 

Give me a break; I have not slept for three days.

 

But you would agree that your community is highly diverse?

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Guest Desert Rat

I enjoyed watching Turkey's foreign minister applaud the recent Libyan rebel advances against the forces of Moammar Gadhafi at the international diplomatic conference Thursday to plan for the post-Gadhafi era in Libya. I applaud their leadership in giving Geddafi's money to the new government. Special thanks to Qatar for helping facilitate Geddafi's fall.

 

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Money in the hands of te crooks will not result in stable, secure or prosperous Libya. So far the US had spent over $two trillion on Iraq and Afghanistan. There re still $7 billion un accounted for in Iraq. Mr Paul Bremer, US-appointed first ruler of occupied Iraq, was accused of pocketing $300 million. The infrastrucre and services in Iraq are one million times worse than when criminal Saddam was in charge.

Adnan Darwash, Iraq Occupation Times

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Cheney is just setting the record straight is all with his book.

 

 

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Cheney is an evil person who sacrificed service members, civilians and the economy for his vision of how the world should function. The Neocons need stay out of power.

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In the wake of the tragic killing of Ambassador Stevens in Libya, the United States Congress and political leaders should finally learn their lesson, said LaRouche PAC founder Lyndon LaRouche today. President Obama's implementation of the British policy of regime change in Libya, in the name of "humanitarian intervention," is the direct cause of this disaster. And if he is permitted to continue in office, where he is pursuing the same policy—despite resistance—in Syria, he is going to lead the world into a thermonuclear World War III.

 

"I warned the Congress at the time," LaRouche said, "against permitting the President to launch this illegal, aggressive war to topple Qaddafi. But the Senate, led by the pusillanimous Sen. Kerry, refused to act to defend the Constitution. The result was an alliance with al-Qaeda operatives and other London jihadists, who have now been deployed as a force of permanent warfare, including against the United States."

 

"The U.S. military knew at the time of Libya, as did the Russian and Chinese governments, that the toppling of Qaddafi would lead to bringing chaos and the jihadists to the fore. Defense Secretary Gates and Sen. James Webb (D-VA) warned against alliances with the armed opposition, and credible intelligence on the presence of leading al-Qaeda operatives among the 'liberators' was published. But Obama and his British anti-sovereignty crowd were determined to go ahead, with the known result. Indeed, according to White House logs, Obama has not even been paying attention to the consequences of his Libya caper, reportedly not attending White House Intelligence briefings for a week before this attack.

 

"Tragic as the events in Libya are, the potential for catastrophe in the Obama Administration's policy on Syria is even worse. Once again, the Administration—despite military opposition—is demanding regime change, and working to support the al-Qaeda/jihadist armed groups which are carrying out terrorist bombings, torture, and summary executions to get it. In Syria, the victims are currently primarily the Syrian military and the Christian and Shi'ite minorities, not Americans.

 

"But, if the Obama policy of regime change continues, Americans—and the entire world—will be the victims, as he will be moving inexorably toward a confrontation with Russia and China that would result, if unchecked, in World War III.

 

"Immediately after the butchery of Qaddafi—an act deliberately planned by Obama and his cohorts in England and France—I warned that this action represented 'an implicitly deadly threat to world peace.' What was evident was the intent, by Obama's controllers in the British monarchy, to provoke 'a chain-reaction-like series of outbreaks of warfare,' which could escalate dramatically and out of control."

 

In March of this year, a courageous Congressman Walter Jones (R-NC) acted to try to stop this process, by introducing HCR 107, a resolution that reasserts Congress's unique responsibility and power over the declaration of war, and threatens that any violation of that Constitutional provision would be an impeachable offense. Only 10 members of Congress have signed on to this reassertion of the Constitution, so far. Thus we remain in the hot danger zone.

 

"The only assurance we have of preventing this President from doing something crazy," LaRouche concluded, "is to remove his power. This will take a major mobilization of leading circles—some of which is already underway. But time is very short. The interests of world peace demands that we learn the lessons of Libya, before it's too late.

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