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NATO's Genocidal Rape of Libya

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http://www.innercitypress.com/martin1unlibya1icp.pdf

UN "peacekeeping" was addressed in an earlier article, accessed through the following link:

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In Haiti, for example, after Washington's coup ousted President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, the April 2004 Security Council authorized MINUSTAH force prevented peace and stability by working jointly with mobilized death squads, terrorizing Aristide supporters.

Libyans struggling for liberation can expect similar treatment ahead, besides continuing rebel gang atrocities. 

The document, in fact, calls for establishing "various military or paramilitary formations under not always clear and solid command and control arrangements. These include the forces that fought on (Gaddafi's) side, (as well as) different formations commanded by or associated with the TNC."

In other words, a repressive NATO-controlled militarized presence is planned on the pretext of ensuring safety for Libyans who'll be terrorized if they prioritize freedom over occupation.

In fact, on August 30, Press TV reported an unnamed NATO official admitting that Britain and France already have troops in Libya, claiming it's "unfair to call them NATO forces."

In addition, Russia's NATO ambassador, Dmitry Rogozin, said "direct evidence" shows UK and French special forces directed ground operations against Gaddafi's military.

As recently as last week, however, NATO spokeswoman Oana Lungescu lied, saying coalition countries had no troops in Libya and wouldn't post-conflict. 

At the same time, Britain's Daily Telegraph reported a UK elite Special Air Service (SAS) regiment helped rebel gangs hunt for Gaddafi. His whereabouts are still unknown. His wife Safia, daughter Aisha, sons Mohammed and Hannibal, as well as grandchildren fled safely to Algeria.

A Final Comment

On August 29, a disgraceful New York Times editorial headlined, "NATO's Teachable Moment," saying:

"The Western allies, especially the British and French forces backed up (read led) by the United States, can be justly proud. So can" Cameron, Sarkozy and Obama, "who ignored the naysayers who claimed that Libya was a quagmire and the battle not worth fighting."

Fact check

Obama's war was naked imperial aggression. Continued NATO terror bombing is Genocidal Gang Rape. Rebel cutthroats compounded their crimes on the ground. Africa's most developed country is now its least. 

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Great work on this.  For now I suppose the ma... by conrad elledge on Wednesday, Aug 31, 2011 at 9:49:15 AM
And how is the NATO action genocide?... by BFalcon on Thursday, Sep 1, 2011 at 2:07:30 AM