What happened in Libya

Here is a video in two parts on what really happened in Libya.

How Freedom* Came to Libya pt 1: How Protest Became War

How Freedom* Came to Libya, part 2: How the Rebels Gave Africa the Boot

After this two part series was done the NATO-rebels liberated Tripoli from it’s black skin part of the population. Here is how that liberation of Tripoli looked like from the NATO-rebels‘ perspective of view. Libya: Bataille en Libye Abou Salim Tripoli:

At this moment the NATO-rebels are in the process of „liberating“ the cities of Sirt and Bani Walid in the north of Libya and then are planning to do the same to the south of Libya.

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10 Gedanken zu “What happened in Libya

  1. The libyan government speaker is badly informed. It has been frequently confirmed by the best sources, that this „uprise“ has been planned and controlled by NATO in cooperation with Al Qaida. What he says about genuine protests at the beginning is information he got from the libyan traitors that processed the „libyan revolution“ plan.

    THIS REVOLUTION HAS BEEN PLANNED IN USA YEARS BEFORE !

    In this interview a defense strategy specialist from the french defense ministry says …

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZKA0F0XQDI at 4:55: “ we believe they(USA) decided not to support Gaddafi may be two years ago (!) and did proceeded step by step to the situation we face now“

    A 2nd confirmation: US General Wesley Clark about US Government plan to invade 7 arab countries in 5 years Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Iran http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-TZxI8m8ss
    3rd confirmation do a google search for „Presidential+Study+Directive+11“

    HOW THEY DO IT:

    OTPOR, The Revolutionmaking Business http://www.youtube.com/watch?hl=en&v=lpXbA6yZY-8

    They or such consultants provide the detailed plans and the ongoing adaptions, along with those mentioned here:

    A reporter of globalresearch.ca siad at
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RDR_NBUK8jk Mahdi Nazemroaya in Malta After Libya
    At 12:30″ there were (at the beginning) british security forces and the USA had occupied all the upper floors in the Bengasi Hotel to preapare and conduct all the events in Libya “
    Even a dutch NATO-Helicopter was captured at the beginning from obviously loyal libyan troops: Libya TV Shows Captured Dutch NATO Helicopter Crew http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2PoYNP7ES5Q

    Even italian president Silvio Berlusconi, said according to http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/libya/8716240/Libya-live.html

    in their live news clips at:

    „21.43 Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi claims that ousted Libyan leader Moamer was loved by his people and that the rebellion that toppled him was not a popular uprising:
    Quote This wasn’t a popular uprising, (like in other north African countries) where the wind of freedom begins to blow.

    Powerful men decided to give life to a new era by putting out Gaddafi.

    This wasn’t a popular uprising because Gaddafi was loved by his people, as I was able to see when I went to Libya. “

    As you know the German government did not take part in this attack, since attacks are forbidden in the constitution of Germany, but they verbally did support this war. BUT ! They did it despite not knowing why. Because the left party made a parlamentary inquiry what the German government does know about shooting on innocent civilians in Libya – the answer was nothing ! Original inquiry and government answer in German:

    Anfrage der Fraktion der LINKEN
    Hintergründe des bewaffneten Angriffs auf Libyen http://dip21.bundestag.de/dip21/btd/17/056
    /1705666.pdf

    Antwort der Bundesregierung– Drucksache 17/5409 – vom 26. 04. 2011 Der Bundesregierung liegen keine detaillierten Informationen über Angriffe der libyschen Luftwaffe auf Zivilisten vor.

    Do you need more? More reliable and unbiased sources?

  2. Für nicht militärisch „geschulte“, können aber einige erstaunlich gut mit einem Panzer fahren (wer beim Militär war, weiß das das nicht gerade einfach ist) und schwere Geschütze ausrichten und abfeuern. Den „Befreier“ Rambos zu Fuß…da glaub ich das. Wenn es nicht so ernst wäre, und Menschen dadurch sterben würden, könnte man meinen, es wäre eine Hochzeit oder Neujahrsfest, so viel wie da in die Luft geballert wird.
    Meiner Meinung nach werden da unter dem Deckmantel einer Revolution, alte Stammesfehden ausgefochten. Und dem Opportunismus des Westens sei dank, stecken wir da jetzt mit drin. Selbst wenn es dem Westen nicht um Demokratie, sondern um Ressourcen geht, wird auf Dauer nichts befriedet. Wer auch immer diesen Plan der NATO ausgearbeitet hat, tat dies nur für einen kurzfristigen Zeitraum. Ich glaube, für das Danach gibt es keinen. Und dann wundert man sich, wieso die vermeintlich befreiten, respektive die Verbündeten die Waffen erheben und wieder Tod dem Westen schreien.
    Die Toten von heute, werden dem Konflikt von morgen Nahrung geben. Und wenn es dem Westen zu teuer wird, seine „grünen Zonen“ um die Raffinierien und Pipelines zu halten, zieht er wieder ab…und dann haben wir Bagdad + Somalia hoch 3. Einen Haufen sich anfeindender Interessengruppen und einen Nährboden für Fundamentalisten. Man muß kein Prophet sein, um vorauszuahnen, was passieren wird.
    Traurig…

  3. this french defense strategy specialist from the first rt-interview video link above is
    Eric Denécé, Officier-analyste à la direction de l’Evaluation et de la Documentation Stratégique du Secrétariat Général de la Défense Nationale (SGDN). In English: Analyst for strategic evaluation and documentation of the general office of french national defense. Check his interesting biography that shows how competent he is in such matters and what is be done on government levels at http://www.cf2r.org/fr/biographie-eric-denece.php It is in French, so I post a Google machine translation of it here:

    Eric Denécé, 46, Doctor of Political Science, was successively

    * Officer analyst at the direction of Evaluation and Strategic Documents of the General Secretariat of National Defense (NWMO).
    * Export sales engineer at Matra Défense.
    * Communications manager of the company NAVFCO, a subsidiary of DCI (Defence Council International).
    * Director of Studies Centre of Studies and Strategic Foresight (CEPS).
    * Founder and CEO of business intelligence firm Argos Engineering & Consulting SA.
    * Creator and Director of Business Intelligence Group GEOS.

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    * Dico-Atlas of conflicts and threats , a work written in collaboration with Frédérique Poulot, Belin, Paris, 2010.
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