Thursday, September 15, 2011

NATO - Al Qaeda joined hands against Gaddafi

Bongiwe Dlamini
Swazi Observer

Whilst others are celebrating Muammar Gaddafi’s fall, Bongiwe Dlamini is not happy because Libya’s economy under him was vibrant, and the Western countries now want to correct their collapsing economies with Gaddafi’s wealth. 
She argues that Libya was not stuck in the spider web of the international money lenders such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF), World Bank and Bank of International Settlements.
That alone was enough for the psychopaths to put out a hit on Gaddafi. After an intensive research she came across shocking findings that apart from the desire to steal Libya’s oil, NATO and Al Qaeda have joined hands against Gaddafi. Like South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma, Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe, and former President Thabo Mbeki, Dlamini also finds it hard to join in the jubilation of Gaddafi’s fall.
United States presidential hopeful Donald Trump says the United States should be taking the oil in Libya as a fee for supporting the rebels. Trump urges the US to make deals with rebel organisations promising 50% of their oil revenue in exchange for supporting democracy.
Secretary of Defence Robert Gates who resigned on principle said bombing Libya was wrong and was unrelated to any threat to the United States. He insists that Libya did not pose a threat to the United States before the US began its military campaign against the North African country.
When ABC News’ Senior White House Correspondent Jake Tapper asked Gates, “Do you think Libya posed an actual or imminent threat to the United States?” “No, no,” Gates said. “Libya was not a vital national interest to the United States.”

All along I have been misled to believe that Al-Qaeda is United States’ Number 1 Enemy. Has the US conveniently forgotten September 11, 2001? Talk of sleeping with the enemy. NATO, with the backing of the US, has conveniently ganged with the terrorist group to bring down Gaddafi. I came across conclusive evidence that a top al-Qaeda leader, a notorious international terrorist, is NATO’s guide in running the city of Tripoli.
Whilst the whole exercise was supposed to be for democracy and human rights, it turned out an al-Qaeda terrorist is running the show. The London Daily Telegraph of March 26 reported that Darna - a key city in the rebel heartland between Benghazi in Tobruk, is commanded by al-Hasidi, an al Qaeda terrorist controller who trained and hobnobbed with Osama bin Laden at the Khost terrorist training camp in Afghanistan. 
In an exclusive interview with Press TV, Webster Tarpley, author and historian, says the new rebel commander of Tripoli is a top al-Qaeda leader who used to work for the Afghanis and fight against the US.  
The new rebel commander is none other than the infamous Abdul Hakim ‘Belhadj’. This is an international terrorist. He is a famous, notorious ‘genocidalist’ of al-Qaeda. He has fought for al-Qaeda and carried out international terrorism all across the globe. He is now exercising powers of life and death over the inhabitants of Tripoli. And, of course, he’s been brought into town on a carpet of NATO bombs. He’s going to be receiving billions of dollars from the United States, the most modern weapons, diplomatic support, recognition, media support, Special Forces support and everything else. He was written up in the Italian papers, he was written up in the daily Telegraph of London, in the Wall Street Journal, the weekly standard in Washington. The presence of this butcher, should pose an embarrassment to US President Obama. This killer is a mass murderer!
Michel Chossudovsky, director of the Centre for Research on Globalisation in Montreal told Press TV that the leaders of NATO member states taking part in the bombing campaign in Libya are guilty of spilling the blood of many innocent Libyans.  “NATO's heads of governments have lots of blood on their hands, because they have massacred lots of innocent men, women and children.” The political analyst also described the Western military alliance's aerial bombings of the North African country as “criminal conduct” and violations of the rules of international law.  The analyst further pointed out that the Western military alliance has already deployed ground forces in Libya in order to establish a “proxy Libyan government... modelling Libya, as a sheikhdom, as in Saudi Arabia, or the [Persian] Gulf states.”
The behaviour of some Libyan rebels is being called into question after the Human Rights Watch reports that four villages have been burned and looted as rebels move through the Nafusa Mountains. According to the organisation, rebel forces have "damaged property, burned homes, looted from hospitals, homes, and shops, and killed individuals alleged to have supported government forces." Joe Stork, the deputy Middle East and North Africa director with Human Rights Watch, said rebel authorities have a duty to protect civilians and their property. If these rebels start looting now, what will they do once exposed to state coffers?  Can these thieving rebels govern?  There is no formal government in Libya yet, but Western companies are already lining up for the loot.
UNESCO alarmed over Libya looting
The UN's cultural body has warned international art dealers and museums to look out for artifacts that may have been looted by rebels from Libya during fighting. UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova said in a statement that dealers should be "particularly wary of objects from Libya in the present circumstances". And she called on Libyans to protect their "invaluable cultural heritage".
washington – European oil companies are lining up now for Libyan ‘treasure’ – the contracts that would allow them to profit from the nation's oil production as the ‘rebels’ are expected to assume full power in the country in coming weeks and months, according to a report from Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin.  The companies linked to the NATO members who played major roles in the bombing, enforcement of the "no-fly" zone expected to be the major beneficiaries of the expected changeover in power from Muammar Gaddafi to the rebels who have been backed by the Western alliance.  Britain, France and Italy are expected to be the main beneficiaries of almost exclusive access to vast oil and natural gas reserves in Libya. These countries were the primary members of the NATO coalition involved in bombing Libya in support of the rebels.
Sarkozy election
campaign was
funded by Gaddafi
Arms scandal threatens to
undermine Sarkozy re-election bid
On Monday, September 5, 2011, The Telegraph also alleged that the scandal-ridden Sarkozy accepted “manila envelopes stuffed with cash” from Liliane Bettencourt, France’s richest woman and the major shareholder in cosmetics giants L’Oreal, before his general election victory in 2007. 
A criminal investigation has been launched by prosecutors in Nanterre, the Paris suburb, and police have carried out raids on the homes and businesses of those implicated.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

God and History will remember NATO and the USA's satanic mission in Libya.

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