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13 May 2011 @ 02:55 pm
Libyagate: So What? NATO Drives Migrants To Europe  

Obama, Clinton, and Biden Agree: War on Libya Is Unconstitutional

The insurgency has $many reasons for its existence. "Freeing" the Libyans is not among them.
Libyan majority won't join 'NATO revolt' PressTV
The Libyan revolution has not spread further than the eastern provinces and cannot survive without NATO's attacks, thus some say it is not a revolution.
So What?
In the rush by Clinton, McCain, Kerry et al to plunder Libyan government deposits the US and UK governments host the leaders of the armed uprising with the intention of recognising the illegal (according to the UN) insurgency as the official representative of the Libyan people - despite an overwhelming lack of support by Libyans. British Prime Minister Meets Libyan Rebel Chief, Offers Office

Nice people to do business with...
Revenge Killings In Benghazi

French security contractor shot dead in Libya’s Benghazi France 24 International News
A 49-year-old French man died on Thursday after an incident at a police checkpoint in the rebel stronghold of Benghazi, the French Foreign Ministry said on Thurday. The ministry also said that four other French nationals were arrested in the incident.
“During a police checkpoint in Benghazi last night, five French nationals were arrested. One of them was shot and died during the night at the Benghazi hospital,” said ministry spokesman Bernard Valero in a statement.
["acceptable collateral damage"? ]

Army of occupation I. Nazis Fascists NATO to invade one way or another
NATO ponders on post-Gaddafi role PressTV
NATO secretary general has signaled that the Western military alliance will play a role in Libya, even if the country's long-time ruler Muammar Gaddafi is toppled.
“In a post-Gaddafi era, I think we may still have a role to play in assisting a new Libyan government in the transition to a sustainable democracy,” Anders Fogh Rasmussen stated while giving a speech on NATO at the Washington-based Johns Hopkins University on Thursday.
[Everyone knows NATO can't fart without Pentagon prune juice.]

Army of occupation II. NATO bombs the dam then blames the flood on Gaddafi
Libyan bombing drives people to Europe, the incompetent warmongers attempt to spread blame for a problem they have caused.
'Gaddafi uses migrants against Europe' PressTV
"There are hundreds of thousands on the shores of North Africa. Something extraordinary could happen any day," said a senior EU diplomat on Thursday. "If Gaddafi uses this weapon, he can create a lot of problems for Europe," The Guardian reported.
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As the US's NATO continues to blitz Libya with EU assistance, tens of thousand wait on the N. African coast for the next human trafficker's boat. Benghazi was the destination of choice for would-be migrants as it was the trafficking capital of Africa before the Libyan government cracked down. Many traffickers were in jail. Human traffickers (as with the CIA) have been significant source of funds for the insurgency. One of the first acts of the insurgency was to open Benghazi prison. One can only surmise where the traffickers are getting the funds to continue support of the insurgency.

The European Commissariat that supported the US coup against the Libyan government has tried to blame the OAP, Gaddafi for the immigrant flood. There was an agreement with Italy in force before it joined the EU in betraying the Libyans by joining the US in bombing the county back several decades. Now the US's NATO is bombing government buildings (obviously civil servants are a threat to civilians as evidenced by the UK gov't). Are there any in the government that want to control the flow of immigrants, let alone feel obliged after the US's NATO insurgency released the traffickers?

Never mind, Ireland can solve the problem.
Ireland to take Libyan refugees, says Lynch Irish Times
[...] Ireland [24] is joining Sweden which has promised to take 200 refugees, Finland (100), Portugal (30) and Belgium (25).

Arab League says NO to an invasion. (Too late suckers, turkeys voted for christmas)
A foreign invasion of Libya fraught with a split of the country is inadmissible, Amr Moussa, the longtime Secretary General of the League of Arab States, said in an interview with the German newspaper Frankfurter Allegemeine Zeitung. (See VoR for more)

Kerry: Libya conflict a 'stalemate'
Kerry said he and other senators are working to “craft and pass” legislation that will allow Washington to funnel some of Libya’s frozen assets to the council.
Steinberg said Washington and its allies are stepping up pressure on Gadhafi, and it is “having an effect.”
President Obama is scheduled to meet Friday at the White House with Anders Fogh Rasmussen, NATO secretary general. The duo is slated to discuss the Libya mission. National Security Adviser Tom Donilon and other senior officials are also scheduled to meet on Friday with Mahmoud Gibril, head of the Transitional National Council.
State Department officials intend to seek congressional approval for whatever steps the administration decides are necessary to unfreeze Libyan funds and get them to the opposition council.
He described the actions as “targeted unfreezing” of the assets.

How many cases of manslaughter or unjustifiable homicide by NATO will go uncharged?
NATO strikes on Gaddafi compound kill 6 PressTV
"There were three dead here and three dead in another place in addition to 10 others wounded,” an unnamed government official said as he was pointing to scattered sandbags next to a crater in the ground in a street of Bab al-Aziziya compound.
NATO airstrikes came hours after Libyan state TV showed a footage of Gaddafi meeting with officials in Tripoli. His appearance was the first since his son was killed nearly two weeks ago.

NATO Strike Damages North Korean Embassy  Xinhua
NATO said it didn't and even if it did it does its best to minimise "collateral damage" (such as schools and school kids).

Giving up the lie
"humanitarian aid bombing".
With direction by "advisors" NATO obliterates some Libyan army people baited by armed insurgents:
NATO Couples Air War With Ground Operations and here Nato co-ordinates air attack with rebel ground forces

Libyan rebels deny Misurata is under their control - CNN
Abdul Hafiz Ghoga, a spokesman for the council, said in Benghazi on Thursday that all of Misrata had been "liberated."
However, two spokesmen for the Libyan rebels disputed that statement, saying forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi were still in control of Misrata's eastern gate, as well as the gate leading to the nearby town of Zlaitin, where clashes occurred Thursday but no casualties resulted.
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On Misurata airport, the government claims that a gang of insurgents just visited (to collect some chairs)
"A few groups of rebels departed with their pickup trucks stacked with little more than dingy office chairs." Link
[Possibly former occupants of Benghazi prison?]

The Libyan People's Plan For When The Blitzers Run Out Of Money For Bombs
Libyan chiefs, dignitaries call for new constitution News - Africa news

WWIII latest: Just in case the Russians or Chinese object too strongly to the illegal coup in Libya by the US's NATO -
George H.W. Bush Aircraft Carrier Strike Group Heads To Mediterranean
We know for sure this is not to checkmate the Libyan navy that consists of a few speedboats and what remains of the coastguard fleet after NATO's attention.

We know US-NATO's Iranian government and Al Qaeda supported Libyan illegal insurgency is not about islamification, is it. Nor is the allegedly US provoked Egypt protests:
Poll: Egyptians want Islamic rule

Libyan opposition waiting for NATO arms [For gods' sake hurry up, we're on our own here except for NATO]
As the war in Libya drags on, revolutionary forces have repeated calls on NATO for more weapons to stand up against forces loyal to Libyan ruler Muammar Gaddafi.

While the western media gets orgasmic over a woman who claimed she was raped 15 times but refused a med check -
'1100 females raped every day in Congo' But that's not important is it.
Over 1100 women and girls are raped every day in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, indicating that the level of sexual violence is 26 times higher than previous estimates, according to a new study.

Libya: One Quagmire Too Far?
It is true that most Americans would not have imagined this a few months ago, but Dr. Luck and his fellow globalist elites at the CFR certainly not only imagined it but also methodically planned the chessboard and moved the game pieces to bring it about.

Bill to End Obama’s Libya War Attracts Bipartisan Support

Keeping an eye on Obomber's Afghanistan exit strategy (bearing in mind, like the UK the US has no opposition party)A new-found restlessness about the decade-long war in Afghanistan has reached the highest levels of the House Republican leadership, sparking serious concerns about war funding and murmurs about troop withdrawal — a sign that the GOP may be undergoing a shift in thinking about overseas intervention.
This from Stratfor - Special Report: Libya's Tribal Dynamics
[...] Cyrenaica [east Libya] is where the current uprising began in mid-February. This is a territory that Gadhafi — or any ruler of Tripolitania — has always struggled to control. In part, this is due to geography, as a vast stretch of desert and the Gulf of Sidra separate the regions.
This division has reinforced their separate historical developments. Cyrenaica has long been oriented toward Egypt and the eastern Islamic world, with Tripolitania more oriented to the western Islamic world and the Maghreb. Cyrenaica was also the home region of modern Libya’s first ruler, King Idris I, who was overthrown by Gadhafi in 1969. (This is why so many towns in eastern Libya have begun flying the old flag of the Libyan monarchy in recent days.) Idris came from a line of rulers of the Sanussi order, a Sufi religious order founded in 1842 in Al Bayda, that practices a conservative and austere form of Islam.
The Sanussiyah represented a political force in Cyrenaica that preceded the creation of the modern state of Libya, and whose reverberations continue to be felt to this day. It is no coincidence that this region is the home of Libyan jihadism, with groups like the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG). (The Gadhafi family has thus been calling the current uprising an elaborate Islamist plot, blaming nearly everything on the influence of al Qaeda, and accusing several people once imprisoned for their affiliations with LIFG of having established Islamic emirates in various eastern towns.)