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 Footnote of History.

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Oh, sorry I forgott you do not care about your people. The US army consists of 70 % "Lumpenproletariat", 20 % foreigners from other states, like Ukraine etc. and just 10 % Creme de la creme super homo sapiens sapiens superiorus  followers of the NWOWHO.

These 10 % are the responsible ones. Unfortunately they lack conscience and compassion. 



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http://www.michelcollon.info/Comprendre-la-guerre-en-Libye-2-3.html?lang=fr

Michel Collon: "Comprendre la guerre en Libye (2/3)

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Kadhafi a défié le FMI et Obama joue les pick-pockets

 
Oui. En soutenant le développement du « Fonds monétaire africain » (FMA), Kadhafi a commis le crime de défier le Fonds Monétaire International (FMI). On sait que le FMI, contrôlé par les Etats-Unis et l’Europe, et présidé par Dominique Strauss-Kahn, exerce un véritable chantage sur les pays en développement. Il leur prête seulement à condition que ces pays acceptent de se défaire de leurs entreprises au profit des multinationales, de passer des commandes inintéressantes ou de réduire leurs budgets santé et éducation. Bref, ce banquier FMI est très nuisible.
Eh bien, de même que les Latinos ont lancé leur propre Banco Sur, pour contrer les chantages arrogants du FMI et décider eux-mêmes quels projets vraiment utiles ils veulent financer, voici que le FMA pourrait commencer à offrir une voie plus indépendante aux Africains. Et qui finance le FMA ? L’Algérie a fourni 16 milliards, et la Libye 10 milliards. Soit ensemble 62% de son capital.
Mais, dans la plus grande discrétion médiatique, Obama vient tout simplement de voler trente milliards au peuple libyen. Comment ça s’est passé ? Le 1er mars (bien avant la résolution de l’ONU), il a donné l’ordre au Trésor US de bloquer les dépôts de la Libye aux USA. Puis, le 17 mars, il s’est arrangé pour insérer dans la résolution 1973 de l’ONU une petite phrase autorisant à geler les avoirs de la banque centrale de Libye mais aussi de la compagnie nationale libyenne du pétrole. On sait que Kadhafi a amassé un trésor pétrolier qui lui a permis d’investir dans de grandes sociétés européennes, dans de grands projets de développement africain (et peut-être aussi dans certaines campagnes électorales européennes, mais ceci ne semble pas constituer une forme efficace d’assurance-vie !)…
Bref, la Libye est un pays assez riche (200 milliards de dollars de réserves) qui a attiré les convoitises d’une puissance hyper-endettée : les Etats-Unis. Alors, pour détourner les dizaines de milliards de dollars de la banque nationale libyenne, bref pour faire les poches du peuple libyen, Obama a simplement baptisé tout ça « source potentielle de financement du régime Kadhafi » et le tour était joué. Un vrai pick-pocket. ..."
 
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DESERTEC

Stealing the Sun from Africa

 

 

http://www.desertec.org/en/organization/network-coordinators/

 

The Desertec Foundation.

Oh, I love these foundations, they are so serious and altruistic, so tax free and such nice instruments of subversion.

„Our experts have Phds or NWOs in biochemistry AND international law.“ Wow! „ Our supersize-undercover-over the top director has a degree in physics, social engineering , theology and economy.“

Impressive, isn`t it ? No, it isn`t impressive. Papers, just papers. Tell me who pays you and I tell you why you act like this or that. Experts as usual. Posers.

 

Some of The Desertec Networkcoordinators

 

 

 

The following network coordinators are official representatives of the DESERTEC Foundation:

 

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There is a representative from Tunisia and one from Egypt.

And none from Libya. Where is Libya? It is between Tunisia and Egypt. No, I mean, where`s Libya in the DESERTEC project ?

Here it is :

 

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I am shure Colonel Gaddafi will never participate into a foreign „project“ to steal the sun from Africa and transport it to Europe. NEVER! Libya has a MAN MADE RIVER ( please google), means enough sweet water for the next 50 years and enough energy , oil and gas for the next 200 years (?) . They do not need anything, even no food, the manmade river helps to produce that much food, that it is possible to export food. Planning and building the Big Railway Line connecting the heart of Africa to the Meditteranean region, will create a trading route and a „culture road“ similar to the old silk road.

And Libya would become again Carthago, sending its ships to the corners of the world. No, I doubt Colonel Gaddafi appreciates the DESERTEC project, nor he wants to join Sarkozys Meditteranean Union. Autarc nations are  natural enemies to vampyres. Et vice versa.



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Bab-Ilu = Gate into the Light - or - Cannibals in the Craddle      of    Western   Civilization.   

 

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UNESCO Final Report on Damage Assessment in Babylon

 

 

 

http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0018/001831/183134e.pdf

5. Post-2003 Damage

 

 

The use of Babylon as a military base was a grave encroachment on this internationally

known archeological site. During their presence in Babylon, the MNF-I and contractors

employed by them, mainly KBR, directly caused major damage to the city by digging,

cutting, scraping, and leveling. Key structures that were damaged include the Ishtar Gate and

the Processional Way.

The military presence in the city required the establishment of a military zone, entailing

fortification and defensive measures that caused indirect and direct damage, as detailed

below:

5.1. Direct Damage

5.1.1 Excavation Works

From April 2003 until end of 2004 many trenches of different sizes were dug in different

parts of the city, including three trenches running approximately alongside the inner wall,

with different dimensions, as follows:

1. First trench (Figure 6, Map Point 17): 30 m x 2-3 m x 1.15-2 m.

2. Second trench (Figure 8, Map Point 18): 13 m x 2-3 m x 1.15 m.

3. Third trench (Figure 6, Map Point 19): 14 m x 2 m x 2 m, south of the second trench,

alongside it. The soil removed from trenches 2 and 3 was used to create a barrier and

contains artifacts including stamped bricks.

4. Fourth trench (Figure 7, Map Point 20): West of the Marduk Gate to the west of the main

entrance of the city. This fourth trench is 30 m in length, has a width of 2 m, and its depth is

25 cm to 1 m.

5. A fifth trench (Figure 6, Map Point 21) is located north of the presidential palace, to the

east of the Euphrates. The fifth trench has a length of 18 m, a width of 2 m, and a depth of

1.15 m.

6. A sixth trench (Figure 6, Map Point 22) is located in the same area, on the east side of the

road. It has a length of 25 m, a width of 2-3 m, and a depth of 1.15 m. The soil removed from

both the fifth and sixth trenches contains fragments of ancient baked brick and pottery.

7. The seventh trench (Figure 6, Map Point 23) is considered the one that caused the most

damage, because it was dug at the start of the northeast corner of the ziggurat. The trench has

a length of 62 m, a width of 2-3 m, and a depth of 2.5 m. The soil removed from the trench

was placed on both sides and contains ceramics and baked brick fragments. The drawing of

the section of this trench makes clear that it penetrated undisturbed archaeological deposits.

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8. Eighth trench (Figure 6, Map Point 24): This is the longest trench dug in the city. It is

located in the religious area of the city, north of the seventh trench. It is 162 m in length, 1-

1.5 m in width, and 2 m in depth. A trench with a length of 10 m branches off from its

eastern side. The soil removed from the trench contains pottery fragments and baked brick

fragments with inscriptions of Nebuchadnezzar. A section drawing from the middle of this

trench makes it clear that it penetrated undisturbed archaeological deposits. This trench has

begun to collapse causing additional damage.

9. Pit (Figure 6, Map point 26). In the southern part of the city, to the west of the road

between Babylon and al-Jumjumah there is a circular pit with a diameter of 7 m, and a depth

of 5.2 m. The soil removed from this pit was packed into bags or used to fill containers.

10. Pit (Figure 6, Map point 27). Near the pit mentioned in the previous paragraph is another

pit. It is larger in area and is approximately circular in shape, with a diameter of 10 m and a

depth of 2 m.

11. In addition to these trenches, a trench (Figure 8, Map point 60) made by the MNF-I was

observed in photographs taken by the MNF-I. It is located in the northern part of the area

north of the presidential palace. The MNF-I filled in the pit at the time.

5.1.2. Cutting Works

(horizontal cutting into a mound, removing deposits)

1. First cut (Figure 5, Map point 28): 8 x 7 x 6 m. It is located northeast of the theater in a

chain of tells that extends along the length of the former main road between Baghdad and al-

Hillah (al-Humayrah area). The cut begins approximately in the northeastern corner of the

inner wall. This area has not been excavated and may contain antiquities.

2. Second cut (Figure 5, Map point 29): It is south of, and bigger than, the first cut. It has an

area of 30 x 19 x 7 m.

3. Third cut (Figure 5, Map point 30): 23 x 24 x 5 m. It is south of the second cut.

4. Fourth cut (Figure 6, Map point 31): 5 x 16 x 12 m.

5. Fifth cut (Figure 6, Map point 32): This cut is in the southern part of the city, west of the

street that links the city to the village of al-Jumjumah. The objective of the cutting works in

this area was to create earthen barriers. Most of the earthen barriers and obstacles located in

this area contain fragments of baked bricks and pottery. The fifth cut has a length of 38 m, a

width of 6 m, and a depth of 3 m. A section through the cut shows a deposit with various

archaeological fragments.

6. Sixth cut (Figure 6, Map point 33): On the eastern side of the street, close to and similar to

the fifth cut, it contains ancient pottery fragments, etc. It has a length of 30 m, a width of 1-8

m, and a height of 6 m.

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7. Seventh cut (Figure 6, Map point 34): It is north of cuts 5 and 6, to the west of the main

road, between the area of the brick kiln and the southern airfield built by the MNF-I. The cut

was made to build a road for vehicles transporting supplies and food to residential locations.

The cut is 60 m in length, 3 m in width, and 3 m depth.

8. Eighth cut (Figure 6, Map point 35): It is south of the brick kiln. This cut covers a large

area estimated at 600 m

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and diverse pottery fragments.

9. Ninth cut (Figure 7, Map point 36): Located to the east of the brick kiln, it has a length of

100 m. The soil removed from this cut containing pot sherds was used to fill HESCO

 

 

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containers. Parts of the tells located on the two sides of the road were removed.

10. Tenth cut (Figure 5. 6, Map point 37): This cut with a length of 30 m is an encroachment

for a parking area south of the Southern Palace. The soil removed was mixed with sand

brought from outside Babylon and used to create an earthen barrier.

11. Eleventh cut (Figure 6, Map point 38): It is east of the Temple of Ishtar, near the

observation post. The cut has a length of 3 m, a width of 2 m, and a depth of 3 m.

12. Twelfth cut (Figure 5, Map point 39): It is located north of the Babylonian house and has

a length of 150 m. Parts of tells were removed.

13. Thirteenth cut (Figure 6, Map point 40): This cut is located in the northern part of the

airfield. It has a length of 180 m.

14. Fourteenth cut (Figure 6, Map point 41): This cut is located east of the Babylonian House

and west of the Greek Theater. The cutting works resulted in the removal of an area

measuring 12 x 13 m with a depth of 1–2 m. Fragments of pottery and baked bricks are

evident. The cut also extends to a wall built of baked bricks that is very clear on the surface

 

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A voice from Germany.

 

http://meta.tagesschau.de/id/49370/eu-will-demokratiebewegungen-staerker-foerdern

 

 

 

 

@Mi, 25.05.2011 - 09:53 — Karsten Völtz

Mi, 25.05.2011 - 10:38 — wle

Verschwiegen wird außerdem:
Libysche Rebellenführer hatten vorher einen längeren (Schulungs-?)Aufenthalt in den USA.
und
England und Frankreich hatten für März vorsorglich schon mal ein Truppenmanöver im Süden geplant, deshalb waren sie auch zufällig sofort einsatzbereit.

Die Pickups tauchen, farb- und baugleich, in vielen "Revolutionsländern" auf.
Es scheint sich hierbei um ein, serienmäßig mit Flak- und Raketenwerfern ausgerüstetes, japanisches Revolutions- Geländemodell handeln, entworfen eventuell von Welt- Stylistin Hillary Clinton(?).

 

 

 

 

 

@ Wed, 25/05/2011 - 09:53 - Karsten Voeltz
Wed, 25/05/2011 - 10:38 - WLE
Some withhold informations:
Libyan rebel leaders had previously a long (training?) stay in the United States.
and
in march precautiously England and France had planned some troop maneuvers in the south, so the logistic and the troops could be used immediately.

The pickups of same colour and similar shape appear in many "revolutionary" countries.
It seems this are japanese standard modells equipped with anti-aircraft and missile launchers.Some sort of Japanese revolutionary terrain models, possibly designed by world-stylist Hillary Clinton (?).

 



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                                       The king is naked.  Naked, naked, naked !

 

People are the head of the government and not vice versa. People are the chief in command. We are the boss of the boss and you have to do what we demand, and not vice versa. You have to do what we want. You have to forbid or allow us nothing and you don`t have any legitimation to meet in the dark, behind closed doors. Only those who fear the light meet in the dark. Only the underworld fears the light. You are the servants of the people and you have to carry out , what the people decide, has to be done.  All right ?

The revolution starts here:

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                                                     Another chapter.

                                           Where does all our copper go ?

"Where has all the copper gone ?

Long time passing

Where does all the copper go ?

Today and long time ago

The Rich boys pick it all the time

and sell it to some distant shrine

When will we ever learn?

When will we ever learn.

(Modern adaption of Pete Seegers song"Where have all the flowers gone  " )

 

Where does all our copper go ?

And the other goodies ?

Ask the Rich Boys. They should know.

 

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Key words for some other chapters: Banco Ambrosiano, World Finance Corporation, Bank of Credit and Commerce International, The Rich Boys, Oil for food ( just repeated in Libya) , Marc Rich, Glencore International AG

Quiz question: How big is the oiltanker fleet of Glencore International?

How many ships ?



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"..because of our leading role ..."

Oh, really ? May I remind you, what Friedrich Delitzsch told the world   about jewish history and the roots and mechanisms of jewish  self identification and  self definition?

 



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Appeal from Russian & Ukrainian medics working in Libya

TO STOP USA & NATO AGGRESSION AGAINST LIBYA

 Dear friends,

We plead with all honest, good will people in the West and East to support our appeal to STOP WAR AGAINST LIBYA.

We do not have internet connection in Libya for about 2 months. It took us a week to find a possibility to e-mail our Appeal, but we do not know when we get access to the internet again. That is why we ask people themselves to spread this letter everywhere possible – to internet sites, news agencies, Human Rights and other international and national organizations, even to one’s own friends.

Only if the truth about situation in Libya is widely known, it will be possible to force American, British and NATO war hawks to STOP AGGRESSION AGAINST PEOPLE OF LIBYA and save innocent people from being killed by US & NATO bombs and missiles!

Thank you for your help!

We wish all of us success in the anti-war struggle – especially in the Victory Day over the fascists of the 20th Century. Let us stop the fascists of the 21st Century!

Russian, Ukrainian, CIS & Bulgarian medics working in Libya

 

OPEN LETTER
t
o the Secretary-General of UN
Members of Security Council of UN
UN Member States Representatives & Personnel
International Criminal Court & future Hague Tribunal on War Crimes against Libya
And all people of good will

from medics from Ukraine, Russia, Belarus,
and other CIS and East European countries,
working & living in Libya

 May 1st 2011, Tripoli, Libya

Mr. Ban Ki-moon, the UN Secretary-General,

Mr. Joseph Deiss, President of the General Assembly,

Mr. Li Baodong, Permanent Representative and Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China to the UN,

Dr. Peter Wittig, Permanent Representative of Germany to the UN & Chairman of the UN Peacebuilding Commission,

Permanent Representatives of the Member States of the Security Council,

Mr. Luis Moreno-Ocampo, Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court,

 Ladies and Gentlemen,

 We would like to address the UN Secretary-General personally, as the head of the most important international organization of UN,

and other members of this organization, first of all, members of the Security Council, especially the most righteous and sober, millenniums-wise China, as well as current members of the Security Council,

we also address the people of USA, UK, France and Italy, deceived by their governments in respect of the situation in Libya.

We are pleading with all of you to join your efforts to SAVE PEOPLE OF LIBYA FROM GENOCIDE currently committed by USA and NATO armies and to STOP WAR AGAINST SOVEREIGN LIBYA.

 A month ago we have already sent an appeal to the leaders of Russia (we enclose it below), but we see now, after 6 weeks of continuing war against Libya, that the efforts of Russia alone are still insufficient to stop this criminal war waged to control Libyan oil. Only joint efforts of the UN, and especially the Secretary-General and reasonable Members of the Security Council, together with all people of good will all around the world, would stop this terrible US & NATO aggression against Libya.

At the end of March, after our letter to the Russian leaders had been published, and the Papal vicar in Libya, Catholic bishop of Tripoli Giovanni Martinelli had raised his voice against bombing and killing civilian population in Tripoli, US & NATO troops stopped bombing the city of Tripoli. They realized that not all foreigners left Libya, so it would be impossible for them to hide their atrocities from the international public opinion (several hundreds of eye-witnesses working in hospitals all around the country – this is something that no propaganda machine could possibly eliminate). However, by the end of April, after US-NATO commanders had realized futility of their attempts to dismiss Qaddafi and make Libya capitulate by shelling Libyan troops and regional centers, they RESUMED THEIR BOMBING OF TRIPOLI – first of all, Qaddafi’s residential compound of Bab al-Aziziya, and TV Center of Tripoli – thus killing and wounding more civilian people. As medics working in hospitals we can testify that in one day of such air strikes bombs and missiles of the anti-Libyan coalition are killing and wounding more people in Tripoli than in course of all unrests in the West of Libya in February and March, which USA and France used as a pretext to their intervention.

The US-NATO officials are telling us lies about military objects being the target of their bombing. Was the TV station such “a military object”, when it was heavily bombarded at the night of April 26 in a new unsuccessful attempt to kill the Libyan Leader in time of his speech on TV? Are the people working on TV station “military”? Besides, Tripoli TV station is located in the very center of the city, in a heavily populated residential area. Next door to the TV station, just few meters away, 4 secondary schools are located; and finally, it is only 250 m from the Children Hospital of al-Jala and an obstetric hospital some 50 m further to the West. Fortunately, this time American humanitarian missiles did not hit these hospitals immediately, but the “tomahawks” and bombs explosions at the TV station area were so strong that the walls of the hospitals and nearby buildings, where our medics are living, were shaken and windows glass was clinking, some even cracked. Everybody woke up in horror (we have already got used to ordinary bombardments, and most of us even learned to sleep in course of them). Suckling babies and children in the hospital woke up too and cried with fear. Are the children of Libya the main “military target” for the coalition? In any case, if the Libyan people do not want to sell its freedom and keep defending their land against foreign US-NATO intervention – does it mean they all, including children and women, are bound to die now?

Today US-NATO military efforts “successfully” culminated in destroying Gaddafi’s family compound in the residential area of Tripoli and killing 3 babies: six-month-old Mastura, the daughter of Qaddafi’s daughter Aisha; 2-year-old Carthage, son of Qaddafi’s son Hannibal; and 2-year-old Seif Mohammed, son of Qaddafi's elder son Mohammed; and an adult – 29-year-old Qaddafi’s younger son Seif al-Arab, a civilian student of Munich University in Germany, with no relation to military neither power matters in Libya. (This “victory” was joyfully celebrated by USA & NATO rebel allies in Missurata and Benghazi, which speaks volumes about personality of these people).

In fact, even the very idea of killing the independent state leader as a way of solving political problems is arguably the best method in the international politics, but the way of its accomplishing by air-strikes is far beyond any human reason. This “air-strikes method” was already well known to the US leaders as a way to kill children and civilians only: USA had already attempted to assassinate Qaddafi in 1986 by bombing and shelling Tripoli, which led to the killing of a number of civilians – and Qaddafi’s 1,5-years-old adopted daughter Hanna, and wounding some members of his family, including his youngest son Khamis (Seif al-Arab, his 2nd youngest son, survived that day only to die today). How US-NATO commanders could possibly expect other results now?! USA leaders’ obsession with killing the Libyan Leader, however good or bad he is, is not a sound reason to kill dozens and wound hundreds of INNOCENT people in Tripoli! What is their fault?! The famous Russian writer, Fedor Dostoyevskiy, had taught us, that no great and just goal, even creating happiness for the whole humankind, could justify a child’s tear-drop! He could not even imagine then that somebody would dare to pave his way to some “humanitarian goals” by children’s bodies.

 But killing and terrifying children and innocent people in Libya is only one side of the US & NATO activities in the area. USA also help and encourage Libyan rebels in Benghazi and Missurata to fight against government, thus bringing fuel to the fire of civil war, which would soon cease away without Western “help”. The rebels receive arms and ammunition from NATO, they are being trained by Western military instructors, numerous mercenaries from Egypt and Tunis, well paid by “unknown” donors, provide them with men-power, while US-NATO aircraft and fleet support them from air and sea, destroying Libyan troops by air-strikes. Thus, having the whole American and NATO military machine behind them, the rebels’ leaders refuse to negotiate with Libyan Government, which leads to more and more casualties from both sides.

On the eve of American attack in March, the Libyan army entered Western suburbs of Benghazi and the rebels (their numbers are quite small in comparison to the ordinary people who want nothing but peace) were ready to surrender in exchange for pardoning them, while few of the most irreconcilable were packing their cars to flee – as the road to Egypt was deliberately left open for them. But what was the most important – this pacifying of the East had happened almost without casualties from both sides. Only few wounded people were brought to the hospitals in the East that days – while on the very day when US & NATO air-strikes started, the number of wounded and killed people increased dozens times. What a strange way of “protecting civilian population” by killing them!

Thus, after American intervention a real WAR STARTED in the East of Libya – not mock battles performed by “rebels” for Western cameramen as it used to be in February and earlier in March. Then, almost pacified by then Missurata revolted and turned into major center of military conflict, backed by troops, weaponry and ammunition brought there by sea from Benghazi – with a help of coalition fleets. As a result all hospitals in nearby cities (Zliten, Beni Walid, Tawarga) were filled up with wounded military – from both sides – as well as civilians, while our colleagues in Missurata had to work all day and night to cure people injured in the city. We are medics, so for us there is no difference whom to treat; we do not care about our patients’ political affiliation. The Libyans from both sides are really nice people, their attitude to us is nothing but very good: all of them are thankful to those who are helping them in such a difficult situation.

As medics we have to heal people, but perhaps even more important is to STOP PEOPLE BEEN KILLED. We feel it our duty to make everything possible to HALT this WAR, provoked from abroad and involved, on the first place, naïve and easily deceived youngsters from the East of Libya and Missurata. But peace is definitely impossible while foreign intervention continues. Let Libyans settle their home problems THEMSELVES! Many tribal leaders and elders were desperately trying to interfere as mediators, but rebels’ leaders refused accept their efforts – being sure that “America” will bring them to Tripoli and made them rule the whole country. But this attitude means only one – more death and more patients in the hospitals. And also more danger for us, as our colleagues are being shelled and bombed in Missurata and Adjdabiya, while we are under constant US-NATO air strikes in Tripoli and other cities in the West of Libya.

10 days ago, March 20, our colleague doctor Anatoliy A. Nagayko, a good and brave person, was killed by shell in Missurata, while nurse Olga Kozina was heavily wounded in both legs. They, together with a number of other Ukrainian medics, refused to evacuate from the city as they just could not leave their patients unattended; they knew that nobody can replace them now. So they had to make their difficult decision to stay with Libyan people – not only in happiness of previous wonderful years, but also in trouble and sorrow (this is, in fact, the major reason why many of our colleagues decided to stay in Libya). For us, who survived, it does not matter which bomb killed our colleague – American, British, or French, does it come from rebels, or from Libyan army, – as the responsibility for his death, as well as for deaths of other people in Missurata, lies fully on those who brought war to Libyan soil, i.e. on military leaders of the US-NATO coalition.

We understand perfectly well that most of Americans and Europeans – including grass-level military contingent of Western aggressors – are deceived by American and European mass-media propaganda against Libya (the so-called “Arabian” TV channel of “Al-Jazeera” is only nominally Arabic; in fact, it was established by British staff of the former Arabic service of BBC, while Qatar is the first USA ally in the Golf States). But still the military must learn the truth, as it has to be remembered that performing criminal orders makes one a criminal too, as the Nuremberg trial of the fascists’ war crimes had already proved. Practically all fascist officers tried to whitewash themselves by blaming their leaders for war crimes, saying that they were merely “performing orders”. Nevertheless, most of them were sentenced by the Nuremberg Tribunal. War crimes tribunal on Libya is to be established soon – thus the coalition military personnel will have to answer for their deeds, together with their military commanders and their states leaders!

On the other hand, however safe feel the coalition military in course of killing people from secure height (no real Libyan air defense exists anymore as it was destroyed in the first days of invasion), but the situation could be reverted if the land operation starts – even many of the rebels would join their efforts to defend their ancestors’ land from foreign invaders (in fact, in course of last 2 weeks a number anti-war demonstrations had already started even in Benghazi, though suppressed by rebel commanders there). Thus our intention is to save not only Libyans (and ourselves too), but also lives of American and European soldiers who could be in danger in course of this unjust criminal war. Is it a good idea for free people of America and Europe to die for Western monopolies desire to control Libyan oil?

 Besides all that, there is another important point. We realize that it is difficult for the people in USA and Europe, who feel themselves absolutely safe, to understand how difficult is to live under permanent air strikes, when every night war aircraft are flying above your head, and bombs and missiles are falling all around. But on the other hand it is easier for us to remember about GOD. As the main USA motto goes: “In God we trust”. Thus it is not a good idea to forget now that besides human trial there is DIVINE JUSTICE. Yes, Libyans cannot hit America back – in fact, they even have no such idea at all, they just try to defend themselves and their homes, – but God can. Unprecedented tornadoes in Alabama and adjacent states with casualties and destruction comparable to those in Libya – isn’t it a clear response to the American leaders’ irresponsible politics?

“HE THAT HATH EARS TO HEAR, LET HIM HEAR WHAT THE SPIRIT SAITH...”

 

After the latest sorrowful events in Tripoli, we, despite being the Orthodox Christians, together with our co-religionists from the Greek Orthodox Church as well as Roman Catholics in Tripoli, are praying for the souls of murdered Muslim Innocents. We repeat one prayer: «God save Libya!» If no human power can do it nowadays.

 The honest people of America, your ancestors were the first to become really free people, they threw off the yoke of the British Empire, proclaimed the independence and freedom, and started living in accordance to the people’s will. So, why now your leaders do not allow other peoples to have freedom and independence, and to choose their own way of life? Before the war, Libya was a paradise for its people and for foreigners worked there, everyone felt himself safe and happy. Yes, this paradise was rather different from the American one, but is it a sound reason to destroy it? Please, try to understand this, and make your leaders to stop killing innocent people, even if they ventured to have some other idea about life than in the USA!

People of the former Great Britain, how you allow your leaders to mock openly at you all? In the day of the Royal wedding the war hawks were planning to kill another country’s Leader. Do they think that such a murder would be the best wedding present to the off-spring of their Sovereign? Or the Prime-minister considers the British Royal couple akin to King Herod and Herodias so as to bring them the head of Qaddafi? In fact, his plan failed, thus the slaughter of Innocents in Tripoli by modern Herods turned out to be his main – and one would say rather insulting and arrogant – gift to the newly-married couple. How so proud people as the British could bear such a shameful behavior of their leaders?!

 We plead with all honest, good will people in the West and East to support our appeal to STOP WAR AGAINST LIBYA. We ask people to spread this letter everywhere possible – to news agencies, Human Rights and other international and national organizations, even to one’s own friends, - in order to force American, British and NATO war hawks to STOP AGGRESSION AGAINST PEOPLE OF LIBYA!

 Further we enclose English translation of our previous letter to the Russian Leaders explaining with more detail the situation in Libya:

 OPEN LETTER

To the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev

and Prime-Minister Vladimir Putin

from Ukrainians, Russians, and Belorussians

working & living in Libya

March 24th 2011, Tripoli, Libya

 Mr. President,
Mr. Prime-Minister,

We all come from the Soviet Union. A whim of fate made us citizens of now separate CIS countries – Ukraine, Russia, or Belarus – but for all of us only Russia is the true successor to the USSR and the only guarantor of our countries’ national interests and our safety as their citizens. That is why we have turned to You for help and justice.

What is going on now, at this very moment, is a blatant MILITARY AGGRESSION on the part of the US and NATO against sovereign Libya. Some may doubt it, but to us it is an OBVIOUS fact, because the situation is evolving before our eyes. The US and NATO forces are threatening lives not only of Libyans, but of anyone on Libyan soil. We are outraged by the barbarous bombing of Libya performed by the US and NATO led coalition.

Targets for bombing in Tripoli and other Libyan cities are chosen not so much to destroy Libyan air forces or air defense systems, not even to cripple the Libyan army, but to undermine Libyan military and civilian infrastructure. This very morning, March 24th, the NATO and US aircraft kept bombing Tripoli’s outskirts of Tajura (among other things, Tajura is the place where the Libyan Nuclear Research Center is located). All air force and air defense facilities there were completely destroyed in the first two days of bombing. Tajura has no active military defense sites left. But this morning the Libyan army’s barracks were attacked. The barracks are situated in a densely populated RESIDENTIAL AREA, close to the country’s largest Cardiac Center. Neither civilians, nor medics had ever thought of the barracks as a possible target for attack. That is why no residents or patients had been evacuated.

Bombs and missiles hit residential houses. Some of them exploded near the hospital. In the Cardiac Center many windows were smashed; in the Obstetrics block for women with cardiac diseases parts of wall and roof fell. All this resulted in ten cases of miscarriage; several newborn babies died; the women are now in intensive care; medics are fighting for their lives. We ourselves and our colleges are on a 7-day work week to save our patients. In the residential area hit by bombs and missiles there are dozens of killed or injured. Our former compatriots are operating and resuscitating them. By the number of dead and wounded, this has been the bloodiest day since the beginning of the current unrest in Libya. Do they call it “protection of civilians”?

As eyewitnesses and participants in all this, we can call it nothing but GENOCIDE committed by the US and its allies against the PEOPLE of Libya. And we are ready to repeat it under oath. Everybody has already seen it in the former Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, and Iraq. The CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY the coalition forces are committing now are of the kind the fathers and grandfathers of the current Western leaders and their henchmen committed in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and in Dresden, where mass murder of civilians was a means to intimidate the people, to break their will to fight. Germans remember it; that is why Germany has refused to take part in the new massacre. Today, they are using the same methods to make Libyans betray their leader and their legitimate government, and surrender their oil riches to the coalition countries.

We realize the futility of appealing to the “International Community” to save the people of Libya and us, living in this country. Our only hope is Russia with its ability to veto any UN resolution. And in particular, Russia’s leaders – its President and Prime-Minister.

In You are our hopes, as they were when we took the decision to stay in Libya and help its people, thus and first of all, carrying out our professional duty as medics. We saw that after the failure of the coup at the end of February the Libyan government was successfully restoring peace and order. It was clear to everyone that without US intervention life in the country would very soon return to normal. Being sure that Russia would veto any military aggression on the part of the US and its allies, we decided to stay in Libya. Unfortunately, we were wrong. Russia believed American lies and did not thwart the criminal decision pushed through the UN by France and the USA.

We – Ukrainians, Russians, and Belorussians (mainly medics) – have been working in Libya for many years (from 2 to 20 years). We do know how people live here and we can say that very few countries provide such social security to its citizens as Libya does. Healthcare is free here. Hospitals have state-of-the-art medical equipment. Education is free. Gifted students are sent to study abroad. All expenses are paid by the government. Each newlywed couple receives 60000 Libyan dinars (c. $50000) in aid. Credits provided by the government are interest-free. Government subsidies make car prices much lower than in Europe, so that any family can afford it. Petrol and bread cost all but nothing. People engaged in agriculture do not pay taxes. Libyans are a calm and peaceful people, abstaining from alcohol and very religious, but with no traces of fanaticism.

Today they are suffering. In February normal life in the country was disrupted by gangs of criminals and drugged youths – those who in Western media somehow came to be known as “peaceful protesters”. They were armed. They attacked police stations, government buildings, and military facilities. Blood was shed. Their puppeteers had an obvious purpose – control over Libyan oil. They misled the international community saying that Libyans are fighting against the regime. Is there anyone who would not embrace such a “regime”? If we had it in Ukraine or Russia, we would not be here – we would be working at home enjoying social security and supporting the “regime” by all possible means.

If the US or EU have nothing else to do, they will do much better if they turn their attention to disaster-stricken Japan, to Israeli bombings of Palestine, to the growing audacity and impunity of Somali pirates, or to the plight of Arab immigrants in France – Libyans will themselves solve their problems.

We see how American war hawks are trying to make another Iraq out of Libya. This is an act of genocide against a whole nation and those who with it. As medics, we are doing our professional duty. We cannot leave Libyans in the lurch, to suffer annihilation by the anti-Libyan coalition. Also, we realize that after all foreigners have left the country there will remain nobody to tell the world the truth. The few remaining diplomats were gagged long ago. In such circumstances American military will simply massacre the people. This is why our only chance to SURVIVE is Russia’s firm position in the Security Council.

We hope that You, Mr. President, and You, Mr. Prim-Minister, as Russian citizens and people of conscience, will never let American and European fascists of the 21st century destroy the freedom-loving people of Libya and those who are with them today.

This is why we urge Russia to use its veto – paid by millions of lives of Soviet people who died in the Second World War – to STOP THE AGGRESSION against a sovereign country, IMMEDIATELY HALT THE US AND NATO BOMBINGS, and demand that the UN send its troops to the conflict zone in Libya.

 HANDS OFF LIBYA!

With the very best regards and a firm belief
in Your wisdom and honesty.

 Citizens of Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, and other CIS countries
now stationed in Libya

 We still keep collecting signatures under the Petition to the Hague Tribunal which is to be established in connection with the US and NATO crimes in Libya.

PS. We enclose as an attachment a poem about Libya written in March by one of our colleagues, named Lidia, with whom we all are totally agree:

To Libya

 How can one expose this lie? It is impossible,
If the lie is necessary to the Great of this world.
So my heart beats anxiously:
The country dies because of this slander.

The reporters are lying as they wish,
They construct a thick wall against the truth,
Calling white black and black white.

But what fault is there with the Libyans?

They are deeply astonished by all these lies.
Oh, World of Goodness, please, hear their cry!
But prim London avert
edhis eyes,
And
proud Paris deliberately fell asleep.

It is a great pity that even once righteous and wise
Rome fears to tell the truth!
The Earth turns into Sodom:
So why do all of us keep silent?!

 USA always remains right by using ruses;
Listening heartily to the tinkling of coins.
Without hesitation they will kill
The peace and happiness of the peoples’ state to get oil.

 Where is the Dove with the olive branch?
Even for him the load becomes greater than his strength…
And why do you keep aloof, former Soviet Union
Once fair and honest?

 You are all used to shaking hands heartily with Qaddafi,
Bewitched by his strong and unusual personality,
So why now, like black ravens,
Are You looking for new war?

 We appeal to all people of good will, pleading with them
to support our Petition against war in Libya and sign it too.
Today the American war hawks destroy Libya,
But tomorrow ANY STATE would become the object of their aggression!

Signatures:

Nagorniy Igor V. (Ukraine); Genrikh Natalya V. (Ukraine); Genrikh Irina V. (Ukraine); Getov Ivan Georgiev (Bulgaria); Yuryeva Natalya; Grigorenko Ludmila N.; Getov Georgy Ivanov (Bulgaria); Polischuk Ludmila V.; Mikulina Tatyana A.; Novoseltsev Andrey G.; Anistratenko Andrey; Anistratenko Svetlana; Novoseltseva Marina; Shalaeva Lubov V.; Goroshko Stanislav F.; Senokosov Vsevolod O. (Ukraine); Vasilyeva Eleonora; Kurilo Nikolay I.; Ivasivka Maria L. (Ukraine); Protsenko G.S. and 3 family members (Minsk, Belarus; temporary living in Tajura, Libya) – we sign under every single word of this Letter, this is genocide of the Libyan people committed by the Western Powers; Manuta L.A. (Minsk, Belarus); Yuryeva N.A. (Donetsk, Ukraine); Kapura Vyatsheslav (Belarus); Verbitskaya Natalya (Kiev, Ukraine); Satir Hassin (Kiev, Ukraine); Gritsenko V.V. (Kharkov, Ukraine); Skrypko E.V. (Kharkov, Ukraine); Skrypko V.A. (Eupatoria, Ukraine); Hendochaya T.V. (Belarus); Terzibashan Ruben; Teslya Anjela L., Volokhov Gennadiy A., Stukalova Tatyana N., Golysheva Elena A., Sidorova Marina A., Sattorov Buzulglahr H. (Tadjikistan); Abdullon Temurali (Tadjikistan); Rashidov Tillomurad (Tadjikistan); Makhmadiev Mashrazon (Tadjikistan); Ahmedov Fahmatullo (Tadjikistan); Sharipov Kalamatullo (Tadjikistan); Yahshev Dmitriy; Belichenko Igor S. (surgeon); Daskalyuk Vasil D. (pediatrician); Daskalyuk Orysya I. (physician); Gladun Irina L. (anesthetist in resuscitation unit); Yermakova Ludmila; Vecherkina Alena; Samokhina Anna; Shishkin Alexandr; Khodareva Elena; Papelyuk V.V; Drobot N.; Lopushenko I.I.; Bondarenko P.G.; Berezovskiy S.V.; Jukova O.V.; Sidorina O.P.; Melnik D.N.; Usov V.A.; Bondarchuk A.V.; Derbilova G.E.; Rjevskaya L.Ya.; Sidorenko O.V. (anaesthetist; Kiev, Ukraine; currently working in Zliten, Libya); Petrikey L.V. (midwife; Selidovo, Ukraine; currently working in Sirt, Libya); Galatsan N.T. (midwife; Odessa, Ukraine; currently working in Sbea, Libya); Gerastovskaya L.D. (Donetsk, Ukraine; currently working in Sirt, Libya); Emets E.M.; Kondratenko I.M.; Yunik V.V.; Knyazev O.V.; Guk A.N.; Podobriy T.I; Turakh M.V.; Kornechuk V.V.; Demidova R.S.; Fedorova T.N.; Leshta V.S.;

Medics of the Hospital of El-Lassaba (Gharyan district): Vysochina Yuriy U. (obstetrician-gynecologist); Kislo Oksana Ya. (medical attendant); Teryokhina Irina G. (midwife); Islamova Alla R. (midwife); Fedorchenko Vladimir V. (paediatrician); Dyachenko Victor I. (anaesthetist); Vlasyuk Gennadiy N. (obstetrician-gynecologist); Girin Leonid V. (surgeon) with family; Vasilenko Anjela P. (midwife); Puzak Elena I. (midwife); Karpenko Svitlana G. (nurse); Oprishko Ludmila I. (endocrinology specialist); Akhmad Ismail Hussen (ophthalmologist; Jordan);

Bordovskiy S.; Vasilenko S.; Dragovskiy A.; Drobot V.; Kolesnikova T.; Kuzin I.; Kuzmenko V.; Kulebyakin V.; Kulmenko T.; Nikolaeva G.; Selizar V.; Selizar O.; Smirnov O.; Smirnova R.; Solovyev D.; Stadnik V.; Stolpakova T.; Streschalin G.; Stahovich Yu.; Sukacheva L.; Sukachev V.; Tarakanova T.; Tihonovskaya N.; Tihonovskiy I.; Tkachev V.; Hadareva E.; Chaikovskiy O.; Chuhno D.; Chuhno O.; Yakovenko D., and others

(more than one hundred signatures)

PPS. We kindly ask the official UN organizations and missions to which this letter is addressed, to send your answers to both the Embassy of the Russian Federation and the Embassy of Ukraine in Libya, Tripoli, where we can collect them (ordinary post services do not work in Libya anymore), while sending an electronic copy of the answer to the e-mail address from which our letter has been sent. Thankyouforyourconsideration!



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Open Letter From Russian Doctors In Libya To The President Of The Russian Federation

Open letter from Russian doctors in Libya to the President of the Russian Federation

OPEN LETTER

President of the Russian Federation Medvedev DA

Prime Minister of Russian Federation VV Putin

from citizens of Ukraine, Belarus and Russia, working and living in Libya

March 24, 2011, Tripoli, Libya

Dear Mr. Medvedev and Vladimir Putin,

You said that citizens of the former Soviet Union were destined to become today citizens of different Slavic CIS countries – Ukraine, Belarus and Russia. Despite this, we all believe that it is Russia as successor to the USSR, which is our SOLE safeguard for the interests of our countries and the security of our citizens. Therefore, we appeal to you for help and justice.

Today, there is blatant external aggression of USA and NATO against a sovereign country – Libya. And if anyone can doubt this, then we say this obvious fact is well known, because all this is happening before our eyes, and the actions of U.S. and NATO threaten the lives of not only the citizens of Libya, but to us who are on its territory. We are outraged by the barbaric bombing of Libya, which is currently carried out by a coalition of U.S. and NATO.

The bombing of Tripoli and other cities in Libya is aimed not only at the objects of air defense and Libya’s Air Force and not only against the Libyan army, but also the object of military and civilian infrastructure. Today, 24 March 2011, NATO aircraft and the U.S. all night and all morning bombed a suburb of Tripoli – Tajhura (where, in particular, is Libya’s Nuclear Research Center). Air Defense and Air Force facilities in Tajhura were destroyed back in the first 2 days of strikes and more active military facilities in the city remained, but today the object of bombing are barracks of the Libyan army, around which are densely populated residential areas, and next to it – the largest in Libya’s Heart Centers. Civilians and the doctors could not assume that common residential quarters will be about to become destroyed, so none of the residents or hospital patients was evacuated.

Bombs and rockets struck residential houses and fell near the hospital. The glass of the Cardiac Center building was broken, and in the building of the maternity ward for pregnant women with heart disease a wall collapsed and part of the roof. This resulted in ten miscarriages whereby babies died, the women are in intensive care, doctors are fighting for their lives. Our colleagues and we are working seven days a week, to save people. This is a direct consequence of falling bombs and missiles in residential buildings resulting in dozens of deaths and injuries, which are operated and reviewed now by our doctors. Such a large number of wounded and killed, as during today, did not result during the total of all the riots in Libya. And this is called “protecting the civilian population”?

With full responsibility as witnesses and participants of what is happening, we state that the United States and its allies are thus carrying out genocide against the Libyan people – as was the case in Yugoslavia, Afghanistan and Iraq. Crimes against humanity, carried out by coalition forces akin to those crimes committed by the fathers and grandfathers of today’s Western leaders and their henchmen in Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan and in Dresden in Germany, where civilians were also being destroyed in order to deter, to break the will of the people to resist (Germany remembers it, and therefore refused to participate in this new slaughterhouse). Today they want in such ways to make the Libyan people surrender their leader and the legitimate government and meekly lay down their national oil wealth for the countries of the coalition.

We understand that applying to the “international community” to save the people of Libya and we were living in Libya, is useless. Our only hope – is Russia that has the right of veto in the UN, and specifically its leaders – the President and the Prime Minister.

We still hope for you, as hoped in the past, when we took the decision to stay in Libya, and to help its people, medical duty playing its role in the first place. After an abortive coup attempt in late February, the situation calmed down in Libya and the government had successfully restored order. To everyone in Libya, it was clear that without American intervention the country would soon return to normal life. Convinced that Russia, which has veto power, would not allow the aggression of the United States and its allies, we decided to stay in Libya, but were mistaken: Russia, unfortunately, believed the false assurances of Americans and did not oppose the criminal decision of France and the U.S.

We are Ukrainians, Russians and Belarusians, the people of various professions (mainly doctors), working in Libya for more than a year (from 2 to 20 years). During this time, we became well acquainted with the life of the Libyan people and state with few citizens of other nations living in this social comfort, as the Libyans. They are entitled to free treatment, and their hospitals provide the best in the world of medical equipment. Education in Libya is free, capable young people have the opportunity to study abroad at government expense. When marrying, young couples receive 60,000 Libyan dinars (about 50,000 U.S. dollars) of financial assistance. Non-interest state loans, and as practice shows, undated. Due to government subsidies the price of cars is much lower than in Europe, and they are affordable for every family. Gasoline and bread cost a penny, no taxes for those who are engaged in agriculture. The Libyan people are quiet and peaceful, are not inclined to drink, and are very religious. Today, the people are suffering. In February, the peaceful life of the people was violated by gangs of criminals and insane drugged youth – whom the Western media for some reason called “peaceful demonstrators”. They used weapons and attacked police stations, government agencies, military units – resulting in bloodshed. Those who direct them, pursue a clear objective – to create chaos and establish control over Libya’s oil. They misinformed the international community, and said that the Libyans are struggling against the regime. Tell us, who would not like such a regime? If such a regime were in Ukraine or Russia, we would not have been here and worked and enjoyed the social comfort at home in our own countries and in every possible way such a regime would be maintained.

If the U.S. and the EU today have nothing to do, let them turn their attention to the plight of Japan, the Israeli bombing of Palestine, the audacity and impunity of Somali pirates, or the plight of Arab immigrants in France, and leave the Libyans themselves to sort out their internal problems. We see that today in Libya they want to do another Iraq. Carrying out the genocide of an entire people and those who are found with him. We perform MEDICAL DEBT and cannot leave Libyans alone in trouble, leaving them to be destroyed by the forces of the coalition, in addition, we understand that when all the foreigners leave and no one will tell the truth (the small staff of diplomatic missions have long been silenced), the Americans will arrange here a bloodbath. Our only chance of survival – is a solid civil position of Russia in the UN Security Council.

We hope that you, Mr. President, and you, Mr. Prime Minister, as citizens of Russia and as decent people will not allow American and European fascists of the 21st century to destroy the freedom-loving people of Libya and of those who today turned out to be with them.

We therefore urgently request that Russia uses its right of veto, the right earned by millions of lives of the Soviet people during World War II to stop the aggression against a sovereign state, to seek immediate cessation of U.S. and NATO bombing campaign and to demand the introduction of African Union troops in the conflict zone Libya.

Note: The African Union Peace & Security Council delegates that had been accepted by both the Libyan government and the rebel leaders to mediate a peaceful solution between the various parties, were refused entry into Libya by the UN Security Council. This act should have been reprimanded by Russia and China, who should study the AU resolutions, mandate and support its wise decisions]

HANDS OFF LIBYA!

With Respect and Hope

Your Wisdom and Honesty,

Citizens of Ukraine, Belarus and Russia,

located in Libya

Bordovsky S., Vasilenko, S., Vegerkina A., Henry IV, Henry H., L. Grigorenko, DraBragg, A., Drobot V. Drobot, N., Yemets E., Kolesnikova, T., Kuzin, I., Kuzmenko, B., Kulebyakin V. Kulmenko T., Nikolaev AG, Papelyuk V. Selizar V. Selizar About . Smirnov, O. Smirnova, R., Soloviev DA, Stadnik VA, Stolpakova T. Streschalin G. Stakhovich Yu, Sukacheva L. Sukachev V. Tarakanov, T., Tikhon N. Tikhonov VI, Tkachev AV, Hadareva E., Tchaikovsky, O., Chukhno D. Chukhno O. Yakovenko D. et al

The collection of signatures under the Appeal to the heads of Russia and under the request of an international tribunal in The Hague for crimes of U.S. and NATO in Libya.

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                                            Just the Psychpaths remain.

To whom it concerns.

We will disintegrate, run over, implode. Why? We have no morals. Why ? Our home country is not attacked. Only attacks on our homecountry would keep up a strong moral.

 

Deep within we know we are wrong, we know we are misled. There was never and there is no attack on our country. All the pseudoattacks on our homecountry are simple propaganda or have been caused or ordered directly by our own commanders. This feeling is just devastating to our moral.

 

Constantly we attack the homelands of other people. To exploit them. Our nation has found out the secret how to transmute gold into sh . t.

This is the smell of our victories, this is the stuff our success is made of. Worldwide. Leaving behind a planet full of sh . t.

Therefore we never look back. Bad for the moral.

 

Deep within we know, we are betrayed by a small clique of unscrupulous beings within our own society. Yes, they can.  As long as we allow it.

 

We know we have degenerated into accomplices of ordinary criminals. Our doubts decompose us from within.

 

Our fortresses are surrounded by high walls, our private life takes place behind iron curtains made of barbed wire. Nobody wants us. We are running out of steam.

 

Only our psychoparths will remain. The usual 10 percent. We are guilty.

 



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 WHAT THE DICTATOR DID TO HIS PEOPLE:

 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_Human_Development_Index

HDI-Human Development Index

 

 List of countries by continent

[edit] Africa

10 highest HDIs

RankCountryHDI
New 2010 estimates for 2010
High human development
1 Libya0.755
2 Mauritius0.701
3 Tunisia0.683
4 Algeria0.677
Medium human development
5 Gabon0.648
6 Botswana0.633
7 Egypt0.620
8 Namibia0.606
9 South Africa0.597
10 Morocco0.567

10 lowest HDIs

RankCountryHDI
New 2010 estimates for 2010
Low human development
1 Zimbabwe0.140
2 Democratic Republic of the Congo0.239
3 Niger0.261
4 Burundi0.282
5 Mozambique0.284
6 Guinea-Bissau0.289
7 Chad0.295
8 Liberia0.300
9 Burkina Faso0.305
10 Mali0.309


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Libyan Deputy Foreign Minister Khaled Kaim has denounced an international plan to fund the revolutionaries with frozen government assets as "piracy on the high seas."



The international Libya Contact Group on Thursday announced the establishment of a special fund to support the Libyan revolutionaries against Muammar Gaddafi, and promised to tap frozen assets of the embattled Libyan ruler.

Meanwhile, a harsh reaction came from Tripoli with the Libyan deputy foreign minister saying the International Contact Group is "ambiguous, it's a strange body, and we consider it a non-entity," Reuters quoted Kaim as saying after the group met in Rome.

"Libya still, according to the international law, is one sovereign state and any use of the frozen assets, it's like piracy on the high seas," he added.

When asked whether the Libyan regime would guarantee the safety of ships carrying aid to the besieged opposition-controlled city of Misratah, the Libyan official replied: "We will not allow those ships to bring arms to the city and then to evacuate some criminals."

Kaim went on to say that the government's decision to cut off the revolutionaries' access to the Mediterranean Sea -- their final lifeline-- remains unchanged.

Libya's Ministry of Transportation has said the port is closed and that any foreign ship or vessel will be targeted by the armed forces.

On Wednesday, a ferry chartered by the International Organization for Migration, offloaded supplies and onloaded refugees at the Misratah port amid a hail of artillery fire by Gaddafi's forces.

NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen had said on Wednesday that Libyan opposition forces should be supported financially to enable them to remove the country's ruler from power. "

 



 



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I think you are probably correct, and there are a lot of similarities between this conflict in Syria and the conflict in Iraq. The US finds a reason to produce the result it requires and the reason is 'produced' through manipulation of media with a bit of tinkering on the ground to produce the 'special effects' in the movie.

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Time to own your own brain. Yes , you can !

 

The case of Syria

http://www.prisonplanet.com/media-distorts-truth-to-propagandize-for-nato-backed-war-on-syria.html

 

"....Sansoul claims that media coverage of events has been dominated by “false eyewitnesses,” “faked videos” and staged events, carefully broadcast to give the impression that the vast majority of Syrians are rebelling against President Assad, when in reality the malcontents represent a tiny minority of Islamic extremists.

“Syrians in major cities such as Damascus and Aleppo are trying to campaign alongside Bashar Al Assad to spread awareness about the plans to destabilize Syria for the favor of Israel and US’s interests in the region,” writes Sansoul, dismissing the influence of the so-called protesters as non-existent while claiming that western media outlets are showing images of demonstrators in Egypt and Yemen and claiming the pictures are coming out of Syria.

“The heart of the problem remains in a small city called Daraa which counts about 1 million in population and among them a few thousand who are Jihadist or extremists who are creating all the news you see in the mainstream media,” he states, characterizing the so-called protesters as “an organized Mafia paid by US intelligence to carry out attacks on the Syrian people,” as a pretext for a US-UN backed regime change.

Like the aforementioned footage out of 1990′s Iraq which is being erroneously broadcast as evidence of Syrian security forces beating civilians to death, Sansoul warns that years-old footage of torture victims from different countries is being released as false evidence of Assad-ordered brutality....."



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                         Some questions about Libya.

UNO (not UN)  means United Nations ORGANIZATION

The UNO resolution gave permission ( by which authority by the way ? ) to install a no fly zone and to monitor it.

The UNO resolution does not give  permission to target  libyan people, the libyan army or Mr. Gaddafi in person.

Is there support for Mr. Gaddafi in Libya by the people of Libya ? 

Become  those libyan people who are sympathizing Mr. Gaddafi legitimate targets for NATO  bombing ?   NATO = North Atlantic Treaty ORGANIZATION

Is killing libyan people by NATO  a war crime ?

Who sets the rules ?

Are those foreign forces bombing Libya, fighting a war against Libya destroying the libyan infrastructure , to be treated like    war criminals ?

Is killing the son and the grand sons of Mr. Gaddafi a war crime or is  this killing   legitimized by the UNO resolution ?

 

Are these questions legitimate or do those become targets who do ask such questions ?

Would bombing those who ask such questions be legitimized by the UNO resolution 1973 ?

Torturing the doctors and nurses , who had helped the wounded protesters of Bahrein before the Saudi Arabian invasion into Bahrein, is legitimized by which UNO resolution?

Sorry, a little bit louder, could not hear you? By which UNO resolution ?

Which number ?  Silence.



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Bin Laden has been dead since years.

How has it to be called to kill a man already dead ? How has it to be called to kill the corpus delicti ?

Black Magic ?

 



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Each lie has to be followed by an even bigger one to burry it.

 

The most valuable witness in the world, hunted for years and years, - thrown into the sea.

http://english.aljazeera.net/indepth/opinion/2011/05/20115282016417366.html

 

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Obama:     "America can do, whatever we set our mind to."

Osama  is dead.  Who `s dead ?

 Poor graphics. Could have been done much better folks.

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Osama bin Laden is dead, but........

 

http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2011/05/02/osama-bin-laden-dead

"........The cause of securing our country is not complete.  But tonight, we are once again reminded that America can do whatever we set our mind to.  That is the story of our history, whether it’s the pursuit of prosperity for our people, or the struggle for equality for all our citizens; our commitment to stand up for our values abroad, and our sacrifices to make the world a safer place
 
Let us remember that we can do these things not just because of wealth or power, but because of who we are:  one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.
 
Thank you.  May God bless you.  And may God bless the United States of America."......
 
 
Under God.....   Which one Mr. President ?    Which God  do you mean?


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SUMER; BABYLON; ASSUR = IRAK

DO YOU UNDERSTAND  IRAK ?

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http://www.antiwar.com/blog/2011/04/21/dead-photog-was-un-embedded-for-this-image/

Dead photog left embed over this image

Kelley Beaucar Vlahos, April 21, 2011

Chris

Hondros, the award-winning photojournalist from Getty Images who was killed yesterday from brain injuries he sustained in a mortar attack in Libya, left his Iraq embed with a unit in the 25th Infantry Division in 2005 after publishing this photo. The image, of a little blood-spattered girl whose parents were killed by U.S forces at a security checkpoint, was taken while Hondros was traveling with the unit in Tel Afar. According to a New York Times retrospective of  war photography, he was booted from the embed shortly afterwards, but in an interview with Editor & Publisher, he said he left on his own accord, after Getty had tangled with the military over the pictures.

“Even if I had not sent those photos, I would have left that embed,” he says. “The incident had been a high stress one, and it didn’t start me out on a good footing with these particular soldiers. It’s impossible to be operating under hostility in an embedded situation.”

I was roundly mocked a couple weeks ago for my personal take on the power of images in war and the military’s post-Vietnam determination to suppress it. The detachment of today’s society from the war and the easy, breezy way we’ve waved goodbye (prematurely) to Iraq in our collective rear-view, has as much to do with the sterile way we have perceived the war (thanks to censorship and message management) as it has with willful ignorance or the fact that less than 1 percent of the population has been doing the fighting and now believes they “own” the war and our conception of it. More images like these might have at least jolted the rest of us out of our Soma holidays long enough to question the policies that led to this girl and her five brothers and sisters being orphaned in a brutal instant, which we now know, thanks to “rogues” like WikiLeaks, happened more than the U.S military was ever willing to admit.

 



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Libya Update. - Breaking News:

 

"Humanity is the last refuge for scoundrels."



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"Libya is by far the most wealthiest and socially developed country of Africa."

So far.

 Chronicle of the hijacking of Libya decorated by some nice video material, for those who prefer reality instead of dreaming:

http://www.radio-utopie.de/2011/04/14/hidden-behind-propaganda-a-giant-crime-against-libya-is-fact/#more-52071

Taste sample:

And another one to warm you up :

 



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I understand your point of view, but in my opinion, its consequences  will lead us into desperation. I do not like dictatorship but there were  no enslaved people in Libya, it is a bloody false flag operation. But now there will be enslaved people in Libya, the mafia, the dollar and a bombed infrastructure. 

  Who is behind Gladio ? Who is behind P2, behind Banco Ambrosiana? Ever heard of Archbishop Marcinkus from Chicago ? He has got such a nice funeral oration. Good old boy.

To avoid errors in  analysing you always have to dig deep, otherwise you end as somebodys opinion puppet.

 

 For Germany 60 years of occupation are enough. We have payed our debts 10 times and still the claimings goes on. It is enough. They should leave and try to find another host nation. We are tired of them , we are tired of their lack of moral standard and their hypocrisy. Once we admired them, now we are ashamed.

As I have said before: We are not used to shoot people in the back from a safe distance. We have learned our lesson. We will not be silenced.



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i understand OSD, but would you really let those guys in libya to get killed day by day ?

even if the riot has been planned, funded, and armed by foreign countries intrested to the energetic business, it is clear that a vast amount of libyan citizens want the end of the dictatorship of Gheddafi, elseway you would not see so many people armed with light weapons to challenge a trained army with aviation, heavy artilleries and tanks.

this is the bravery that comes from the desperation.

i dont think they really care about how much it will cost to them in the future, it will be for sure better than to live and die under the dictatorship of the Gheddafi family generations by generations.

then i totally agree with you : it's a flase flag op, all wars are fought from the poor people for the intrests of the elites, all wars lead to devasting consequences for humanity.

there are two options in Libya

1-to let the rebels to be killed

2-to help the rebels to kill the Lealists and mercenarian troopers of Gheddafi.

there aren't other options, and in honesty i prefer to see lealists and mercenarians deads, than to see dead rebels, normal citizens forced to fight by like 20 years of tiranny.

and about Germany under occupation, here in Italy it's the same, but we have to deal with the big errors that our countries did in the past : that is the price for those errors, and in honesty i prefer to be the citizen of a puppet state of USA, than to be under the nazi-fascist power, and i think it must be the same for you.

Silvio Berlusconi, the national shame, it's  a freemason, involved with mafia, and his establishemnt is doing technicall tests of fascism restoration from years. He thought to be so powerful to be able to do diplomatic pacts on his own with Libya, disregarding NATO, and signed a threaty of mutual friendship with Gheddafi, a funny old man full of plastic surgeris and hair colour, that is currently ordering to fire on unarmed civilians.

thx to god, we are a puppet state of USA, that deicided to start to eliminate his mediatic and economic power with trials and scandals exposure.

elseway, no scandals and no thruts about this criminal would have never come out, in a country where a similar bandit holds almost all the medias.

soo you can see OSD, that sometime is better to be a puppet state than to be totally "free", Berlusconi is a shame and a nightmare that a foreign cannot udnerstand really, but belive me, i thx god to be a citizen of a puppet state, elseway we would become like Libya in not many years.



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Who benefits ?

False flag operation in Libya. Killing for Humanity.

I am very explicit in my summary "About the wars on this planet." , but maybe not clear enough:

 After the lesson of worldwar II the german  constitution was designed by purpose to avoid any military operation in foreign countries forever. This is clear and has serious reason. Again: Germany is an occupied country, not a sovereign country. 60 years after the end of the war there is no peace treaty with our former enemies. The former enemies have their militäry bases spread over our country. Hidden.  And their wars are planned, dirigized and supported from our soil. Their soldiers and weapons are stored in my country and their soldiers are send from our ground all over the world.  Our constitution was broken the moment the first german soldier went into a foreign country. Moreover, Germans are not the kind of people who shoot others in the back from a safe distance.

It is impossible to "win" a war, by the way. It is impossible to win.

There is no natural uprising in Libya like in other countries. Libya tells another story.

It is a  difference between the uprising in several arab countries and what is called the libyan revolution. There have been no heavily armed protester forces in Tunisia, no weapons in Egypt, no weapons in Yemen and in Bahrein. Hey , wait a moment, Bahrein ?

 Yes there is  an ongoing demand for reforms  in Bahrein. Brutally cracked down ( tortured down ) in this moment by foreign forces  from  Saudi-Arabia. An intervention ? No, no, the ruling family called for them. The danger of democratic reforms was uprising, naturally uprising from the streets,  and there is an important  american navy base in Bahrein, a big one.......

.... silence.....

 

Not to talk about Gaza. How about a No Fly Zone over Gaza, a no-rocket-fly-zone and a no-airplane-fly- zone ?

.....silence......

Interesting post, but  have you noticed these old, old images attached and their implications ?

Have you noticed my statement that  the german people are still  occupied by foreign forces ?

To get a picture it helps to collect as many informations as possible. Selecting particular details and ignoring too many others could lead into ideology. For shure it leaves an unrealistic opinion in someones mind.

Once again: no hunger and no thirst in Libya, education, infrastructure, nobody has to sleep in the streets. Now the infrastructure gets destroyed, the country gets poisoned physically and mentally  and the libyan people get killed. It does not  matter on which side.

It is an invasion and the murderes want to be called liberators. They are no liberators, they are destroyers and we all have to pay a price  for these crimes. I say, no, not in my name. 

We will not be silenced.



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I'm not contrary to the intervertion in Libya.

We have to help the weak people against the arrogant and the stronger enemy.

 

At the same time i'm not an idealist, i prefectly know that all wars are fought from the poor people for the intrests of the elites.

Anyway this is how it works on Earth, we cannot do anything to change it untill a social evolution that i really dont know how, when and if will ever come.

 

The sad situation is that there is a civil war : we have to help those guys, we cannot turn the head from the other side.

 

Im italian, my country did business with Gheddafi for many years, we sold them weapons, ships, we substantially worked actively to keep this dictator in command, just for our intrest, for the money, disregarding the real intrest that should be simply to help the poor peole.

 

I dont think that a similar rebellion started wihtout the help of foreign intelligence services, probably the whole riot has been planned by several countries ( in the case probably and mainly France and UK )

 

When the rebels will win, they will have to pay a price for their victory, they perfectly know this, but they prefer to have a limited freedom that to have no freedom at all.

That's why they asked help.

That's the same thing that happened here in Italy at the end of WWII, USA forces restored a limitated freedom ( we have currently more than 100 USA bases/military installations on Italy ), and we have just to say thx for this.

 

Even if we know that he support to the rebels is mainly directed to got economic and energetic advantages, at the same time we cannot let those guys to be killed by Gheddafi's troops.

 

And anyway we must do what is right and better FOR THEM not for us.

We aren't exactly in the right position to read well what is going on, a CHANGE of PERSPECTIVE, for example to be there under the fire of Ghdeaafi's artilleries and snipers, would help to take a decision.

 

Germany's decision to dont help is a shame, ( and forgive me if i'm speaking frankly, it's a great country that showed more than a time to be able to stand up after heavy hits), this isn't the moment to loose time into philosphical introspections, there is people that need help, it's so simple.

 

At the same time Italy is ridicoulous as its president Berlusconi.

Some italian fighters are currently involved into the no-fly zone, but they “ will engage the enemy only if necessary “ : we never fired a single missle.

We are there because we have been forced by NATO, but “ we dont fire”, as told our Defence Minister.

The right-wing pacifism...oh my god...world is going crazy.

 

No, not at all, there is a logic : behind the pacifism there are economic intrests, behind the interventionism there are economic intrests.

We have to do what is better FOR THEM, for the people, and stop.

We cannot do anything else, inculding to change the worrld.

 



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About the wars on this planet.

We will not be silenced.     We will always remember.

As a member of a community , which is accused to have started two unprecented wars in human history and which is accused of unimaginable crimes and which had no chance to defend itsself in a proper way, I want to tell the irakian people, the people from Afghanistan, the people from Libya and all the victims of shameless brutality and injustice , that we , the people of Germany have learned our lesson, no matter what a small group in government and army does and says:

THEY DO NOT SPEAK IN THE NAME OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE.

We condemn what this clique is ordering in Afghanistan and in Libya and they are aware of our strong refusal . They do not ask us. They do not allow us to speak in an open way. If so, they would have to leave and the soldiers would be ordered to return home in a couple of days.

 

60 years after the end of world war two Germany still is an occupied country. Once again, it sounds too unbelieveable: 60 years after world war II Germany still is an occupied country. We are not independent.

But in fact it does not matter, if this cliques acting is backed by their ideology or if they get „convinced“ by the occupying forces. At least for the victims their motivations do not make any difference.

 

The existence of an army is validated by situations of self-defense only. Therefore the soldiers get their money. It is their duty to protect their own people not to attack their brothers and sister at the other end of the world in a war of aggression.

The german constitution does not allow any attacks on other countries. This is a crime. To hide this fact, these cliques, who do not represent the will of the german people, use propaganda, constructions of lies and force, to get what they want. But not in my name, and not in our name.

As a member of a „ nation of criminals“, though I was born years after the war, I have to carry the weight of second world war guilt and that is enough. I am not part of the silent majority, as YOU call them and I am not part of the justification you oppress out of this silence. In fact there is no „silent majority“ , it is a „silenced majority“. Nobody likes to be silenced.

They would not be silent, if YOU would explain them things, affairs and relationships between events right , to give them a true chance to discover their own free will, that would open them real choices. It is the same free will, you try so hard to eliminate.

 

Of course armies do not consist of individuals. Armies behave like collectives. Very dangerous, if the chiefs lack consciousness, if they are brainwashed, weak , or without conscience, or if they are just dumb criminals.

Participating in a criminal war, makes YOU a criminal. Staying silent makes us accomplice.

After two wars we have learned our lesson. The war 1939 – 1945 destroyed the heart of Europe. And again wars are emanating from our soil all over the world. Hidden in our woods are the runways. Protected by barbed wire, the operations are planned, the orders are given.

NOT IN OUR NAME.

 

One million tons of bombs destroyed more than 1000 cities and towns. Between 1940 and 1945 estimated more than half a million civilians were killed by allied bombing raids, mostly burnt, mostly women and children. We are even not allowed to mention this openly. Between january and may 1945 estimated 130 000 germans were killed by bombing. There was no resistance, our air force was destroyed, we fought back to the walls simultaneously a two front war. Our cities got defended by 14 year old schoolboys, who operated the few leftover anti-aircraft cannons. Low flying american and british airplanes hunted our people with their machine guns like rabbits, whilst our men fought against the red army, trying to protect civilians, escaping from the eastern territories.

Nowadays the wars have become so clean, so proper, dying has become so cultivated, the victory so sunny. Nowadays the maimed ones have no face, they are hidden from you, their cries are not audible in the TV transmissions, but the sensitive ones smell the stench of burning flesh all over this planet.

We have learned our lesson. We will not be silenced.

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