8/26/2011

Sweet and Lowdown: A Crude Analysis of the Libyan Liberation

Filed under: Libya — 12:54 pm

Sweet and Lowdown: A Crude Analysis of the Libyan Liberation.

Leaked Cable: McCain Promised Qaddafi To Help Secure Military Equipment From U.S.

Filed under: GOP Whacked,Libya,Pentagon Whacked — 12:53 pm

Leaked Cable: McCain Promised Qaddafi To Help Secure Military Equipment From U.S..

Libya Falls (Or Was it Pushed?)

Filed under: Libya,White House Whacked — 12:37 pm

Libya Falls (Or Was it Pushed?).

Richard Raznikov questions the mainstream line on Khadafy and the apparently successful “uprising” in Libya — and the role of the U.S. government in the revolt. He points out the significant reforms of Khadafy’s secular state, including universal health care — and the fact that Libya was the region’s most progressive on women’s rights. The U.S. support for the “rebels” had much to do with the privatization of the nation’s rich oil reserves.

8/14/2011

Where is a resolution of UN Security Council on imposing a no-fly zone over Britain?

Filed under: Libya — 4:58 pm

Interesting correlation of the British riots to the riots in Libya.

Where is a resolution of UN Security Council on imposing a no-fly zone over Britain?.

7/31/2011

Patrick Cockburn: Why the West is committed to the murderous rebels in Libya

Filed under: Libya — 3:43 pm

Banksters and control of their oil would be at the top of my list…

Patrick Cockburn: Why the West is committed to the murderous rebels in Libya.

S.O.S. LIBYA – NATO attack GREAT MAN MADE RIVER, THE ONLY SOURCE OF DRINKING WATER and irrigation for 4.5 MILLION the people of Libya

Filed under: Libya — 3:38 pm

This is the same type of attack used in IRAQ to completely destroy the country’s infrastructure… Aren’t these War Crimes??

S.O.S. LIBYA – NATO attack GREAT MAN MADE RIVER, THE ONLY SOURCE OF DRINKING WATER and irrigation for 4.5 MILLION the people of Libya.

WikiLeaks documents shed light on US-backed intervention in Libya

Filed under: Libya,White House Whacked — 10:39 am

WikiLeaks documents shed light on US-backed intervention in Libya.

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