torsdag 1 maj 2014

Libyen - en tillbakablick innan USA och väst införde demokrati i ett av Afrikas rikaste länder

Nu när Libyen fått sin "Demokrati" och ett banksystem som den internationella eliten gillar, så är väl allt frid och fröjd i landet och alla kan "sitta och titta på blommorna under den gamla korkeken..?" ... eller inte...?

Libya & Gaddafi - The Truth you are not supposed to know 

Videon uppladdad den 29 aug 2011 av: Ken O'Keefe -YouTube
What the West has done through NATO is beyond tragic, and all the people who have bought the latest round of lies and manipulation will look to Libya as they now look to Iraq, and they will see another disaster that most can never imagine.

Ken O'Keefe: - I did not make this video, but it is so relevant and I am grateful to whoever did.

Libyen - Publicerad den 23 okt 2013
RT 2014-04-29
Gunmen attacked Libya’s parliament on Tuesday just as lawmakers were to hold a vote on the country’s next prime minister. The assailants opened fire, wounding several, according to parliament spokesman Omar Hmeidan.

Lawmakers fled the building, according to witnesses. Though the siege ended quickly, the crucial vote to replace Premier Abdullah Al-Thinni was postponed until next week.

Hmeidan said the gunmen were associated with one of the defeated prime minister candidates, though he did not name which failed candidate it was, Reuters reported.

Parliament deputies were to hold a final vote to replace Thinni before the interruption. Thinni resigned two weeks ago after he claimed gunmen had targeted his family.

Thinni was the successor to Ali Zeidan, who was tossed from office by deputies after rebels in the east had maintained a months-long blockade of oil export ports, attempting to sell oil independently.
The prior vote resulted in a win for businessman Ahmed Maiteeq over six other candidates. Maiteeq was to face runner-up Omar Al-Hasi in the second and final vote before the parliament raid.


Libyen - Publicerad den 23 okt 2013
- Three years after the ouster of Muammar Gaddafi, the weak Libyan government has been unable to control rebel factions, Islamists, and territorial rivals that have refused to disarm or abandon their regional fiefdoms. Militias often attack the interim General National Congress (GNC) to make political or financial demands, according to Reuters.

The divides in the GNC assembly mirror the diversity of groups on the ground. Deadlock reigns among Islamists, tribal leaders, and nationalists, all as the struggling army attempts to maintain order against fighters, Islamic militants, and tribal groups.

Libyans, angry at the slow pace of change, pushed parliament in February to agree to early elections. Deputies had agreed to extend their terms past the February 7 mandate to allow a special committee to draft a new constitution. The move provoked protests among the population, as the citizenry largely blames congress for the lack of progress in the post-Gaddafi transition.

Meanwhile, assembly president Nouri Abu Sahmain is under investigation for a leaked video of him being questioned about a late-night visit in January by two women at his house, according to Benghazi MP Ahmed Langhi.

Abu Sahmain is a powerful army commander who disappeared from the public eye in March when the attorney general began the probe. Rumors have it that he was briefly detained by a militia to question him about the women, but he denies he was ever kidnapped.

RT 2014-04-23
A secret base in Libya that has reportedly been used up until recently by United States special operations forces may have been taken over by local militants linked to Al-Qaeda, a new report suggests.

The Daily Beast’s Eli Lake claims that a team led by longtime Al-Qaeda affiliate Ibrahim Ali Abu Bakr Tantoush has seized a base 27 kilometers west of Tripoli that was established by the US in the summer of 2012 “in order to hone the skills of Libya’s first Western-trained special operations counter-terrorism fighters.”

Lake says his allegations — published in a report on the Daily Beast’s website on Wednesday this week — stem from local media accounts, Jihadist web forums and US officials. If it proves to be accurate, then a veteran Al-Qaeda member considered by both the US and United Nations to be a supporter of terrorism has taken the helm of a hush-hush base that has been the host of US-led training missions for two years following its refurbishment by American Green Berets.

An Arabic-language news report published earlier this month and cited by Lake suggests that Tantoush has recently taken command of the base and, according to the Beast writer, “he was heading a group of 
Salifist fighters from the former Libyan base.”

Lake went on to say an unnamed US defense official told The Daily Beast that the Libyan report was on par with what American intelligence knew, and a second official said he could not yet corroborate the facts of the matter. A third official with the US Africa Command declined to comment, and the message boards referenced by the reporter were not cited again elsewhere in his article.

On Tuesday evening, Lake added, Tantoush appeared on Libyan television and confirmed that he was in the country but not involved whatsoever in the camp. Another US official speaking on condition of anonymity, however, told The Daily Beast that the camp to the west of Tripoli is considered to be a “denied area” which American forces would not be able to easily gain access to.

Last September, Fox News reported that the base — the same one, according to Lake — was raided multiple times in August likely by terrorists who had taken a cache of equipment and weapons used by US Special Forces stationed in the region.

A grand jury in the Southern District of the New York indicted Tantoush and four others back in 2000 for conspiracy related to terrorist attacks carried out by Al-Qaeda, and since 2002 he has been included on a Department of the Treasury list of foreign persons sanctioned for terroristic activity as outlined in an UN treaty.

"No one at the State Department wanted to deal with the situation if any more went wrong, so State pulled its support for the training program and then began to try and get the team moved out of the country,” Fox reportedly heard from an unnamed source.

Speaking to Lake, Al-Qaeda expert Seth Jones said “There are a number of training camps for a wide range of Al-Qaeda and jihadist groups that have surfaced in southwest Libya, northwest Libya in and around Tripoli and northeast Libya in and around Benghazi.” Only now, however, have militants reportedly taken hold of a formerly US-run base that had been launched to counter those same terrorists.   

Imperiets demokratiska världsturné 2013 i samarbete med Israel, Saudi och Sverige

En kort sammanfattning av imperiets fredskrigsansträngningar de senaste åren... Imperiet har tillsammans med lydstater som Sverige, Frankrike, Storbritannien, m. fl. arbetat väldigt hårt för att sprida demokratin över resten av världen... Imperiets hemliga demokratiska samarbetspartners Saudiarabien, Israel, Qatar m. fl. har också hjälpt till för att göra det hela lite extra demokratiskt... 


Kriget i Libyen: Fakta "desinformationsmedia" och eliten inte vill att du skall känna till

James Corbett avslöjar sanningen om kriget i Libyen, d v s allt som desinformationsmedia (mainstream) & eliten (krigsindustrikomplexet + bankirerna) inte vill att du skall känna till...

Libya War: What They Don't Want You to Know 

Publicerad den 8 apr 2014 av: corbettreport
We are taught all our lives that our modern political systems are "by and for the people."

Libyen - en tillbakablick innan USA och väst införde demokrati i ett av Afrikas rikaste länder

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  1. --Confirmed: U.S. Armed Al Qaeda to Topple Libya’s Gaddaffi--

    April 28, 2014 -

    --The U.S. “Switched Sides” to Support Al Qaeda--

    We reported in 2012 that the U.S. supported Al Qaeda in Libya in its effort to topple Gadaffi:
    The U.S. supported opposition which overthrew Libya’s Gadaffi was largely comprised of Al Qaeda terrorists.

    According to a 2007 report by West Point’s Combating Terrorism Center’s center, the Libyan city of Benghazi was one of Al Qaeda’s main headquarters – and bases for sending Al Qaeda fighters into Iraq – prior to the overthrow of Gaddafi.

    The Hindustan Times reported last year:
    “There is no question that al Qaeda’s Libyan franchise, Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, is a part of the opposition,” Bruce Riedel, former CIA officer and a leading expert on terrorism, told Hindustan Times.

    It has always been Qaddafi’s biggest enemy and its stronghold is Benghazi.
    Al Qaeda is now largely in control of Libya. Indeed, Al Qaeda flags were flown over the Benghazi courthouse once Gaddafi was toppled.
    (Incidentally, Gaddafi was on the verge of invading Benghazi in 2011, 4 years after the West Point report cited Benghazi as a hotbed of Al Qaeda terrorists. Gaddafi claimed – rightly it turns out – that Benghazi was an Al Qaeda stronghold and a main source of the Libyan rebellion. But NATO planes stopped him, and protected Benghazi.)

    The Daily Mail reported yesterday:
    A self-selected group of former top military officers, CIA insiders and think-tankers, declared Tuesday in Washington that a seven-month review of the deadly 2012 terrorist attack has determined that it could have been prevented – if the U.S. hadn’t been helping to arm al-Qaeda militias throughout Libya a year earlier.

    ‘The United States switched sides in the war on terror with what we did in Libya...[...]



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