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Libyan Revolution Update: Enjoying "Freedom",thanks nato ,we couldn't have done it without you!

irish 2012/03/04 14:21:41


Libyan Revolution Update: Enjoying "Freedom"






Or, a look into Syria's potential future after UN/NATO operations.



Tony Cartalucci, Contributing Writer

Activist Post



Here we see Libyans enjoying their NATO-granted "freedom" -- putting black men from the purged city of Tawergha in a zoo-like enclosure and feeding them green Libyan flags. The city of Tawergha was literally emptied out
by Libya's NATO-backed "revolutionaries" who vowed never to allow its
residents to return to their property, claiming they had forfeited it
by supporting Qaddafi during the 2011 NATO operation. Refugee camps
containing the tens of thousands of exiled residents have been regularly attacked (another report can be found here, in The Globe & Mail).







Defenders of the degenerate foreign-backed revolution
are quick to accuse any persecuted, tortured, or imprisoned man with a
dark countenance as being "hired mercenaries," but in the above video
the men can be heard calling the imprisoned, humiliated men
"Tawergian," as in residents of the Libyan city of Tawergha -- not
foreign mercenaries.



This video comes amid reports, including those from Amnesty International, that Libya's "freedom fighters" have predictably turned out to be the genocidal racists geopolitical analysts, including Dr. Webster Tarpley, had warned about since the onset of unrest in Libya over a year ago.
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  • Boblawbla 2012/03/04 14:50:19
    Boblawbla
    +9
    In the days following Gaddaffi's bogus death, the Al Queda black flags were everywhere. Of course that's what the CIA had intended since Al Queda is just another arm of the CIA. Gaddafi was interviewed this past Tuesday and laughed at the reports of his death.


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  • Elephant Lord 2012/03/05 00:45:00
    Elephant Lord
    +1
    This is beginning to look like a second French Revolution.
  • irish Elephan... 2012/03/05 12:35:36
    irish
    yep.
  • Dan ☮ R P ☮ 2012 ☮ 2012/03/04 22:29:17
    Dan ☮ R P ☮ 2012 ☮
    +6
    The first red flag was the obviously false propaganda. Soldiers being armed with viagra and condoms to rape women? Pure and obvious BS. It reminds me of the time the government faked the incubator story having the daughter of a Kuwaiti ambassador lie under oath.

    Then Obama took the time to consult the UN and Arab League, but not congress. Another red flag.

    Then we started noticing the rebels had connections with Al Qaeda. The media denied it but after Gaddhafi died, it was painfully obvious that it was true that Al Qaeda was leading the revolution because of numerous flags being raised and the fact that their new leader is an Al Qaeda asset. http://www.atimes.com/atimes/...

    And now we are seeing the after math of our "humanitarian" intervention. We just kicked a dictator out to throw a worse regime in.
  • irish Dan ☮ R... 2012/03/05 12:36:15
    irish
    +1
    all for greed.
  • DefendnProtect 2012/03/04 16:37:17
    DefendnProtect
    +1
    Libya is a difficult case for me.

    I'd like to support every revolt getting rid of it's oligarchs and dictators, and do not support any corporate extraction and invasion. We know the interests that benefit from this (cutting China out for big oil, increasing oil price by destruction and destabilization, war profiteering Pentagon and other contractors, soaring gov debt costs, stopping Qaddafi's plans denouncing the dollar for a gold backed pan African currency and trading oil for gold, etc).

    The leaders of Libya are not naive and also not 'Al Qaeda', I hope they turn it into a better country although it will be hard to limit the control of the interests. I do think some of them are ok.




    Benghazi before western intervention, having cleared the city by themselves.


    Zawiya before western intervention and the REAL crackdown of Qaddafi a few days later.
    (also showing black mercenaries)


    This vid of the Misrata patriots includes a vid taken from a killed mercenary filming black mercenaries before Qaddafi's troops went into Misrata. That's where the hate against blacks in Libya is coming from.


    Guma el Gamata, I love him when he speaks against the AU guy at 13min about "corrupt dictators".
  • irish Defendn... 2012/03/05 12:37:03
    irish
    well,yes ,they are al qaeda as were the supposed revolutionary fighters. its a fact .
  • Defendn... irish 2012/03/05 13:14:30
    DefendnProtect
    the many Mujahedeen fighters between them, do not make them ´al qaeda´.

    The narrative of what is ´al qaeda´, resembles the creepy CIA/Mossad organization and is probably their invention with Osama being their asset.

    Robert Fisk: "The basis of Al Qaeda is that if you wake up one morning and say I'm Al Qaeda, then you are."

    Vid below, Robert Fisk subtly calls the official US story about the death of Osama BS.
  • irish Defendn... 2012/03/05 13:42:23
    irish
    +1
    the creepy cia/mossad org was the so called revolutionaries. it is well documented .
    http://english.alarabiya.net/...
    http://globalresearch.ca/inde...
    http://www.washingtontimes.co...
  • Defendn... irish 2012/03/05 14:53:57
    DefendnProtect
    +1
    No doubt the CIA, MI6 as well as all the other shady paramilitary organizations like the French foreign legion got heavily involved in Libya and would only support the revolutionaries if they could be trusted for Western interests to some extent.

    I agree the Libyan Mujahedeen fighters (Libyan Islamic Fighting Group) that are and did the bulk of the fighting of the revolutionaries, have made a deal or have been coopted by CIA cs.

    imo it´s not helpful to call them al qaeda, because Americans don´t know what al qaeda stands for (CIA invented, coopted in practice, and about every Muslim sharing the ideals of defending the Holy lands, plus no atheist occupation of Muslim countries in inspiration) and get a knee jerk emotional response.
  • irish Defendn... 2012/03/05 15:04:19
    irish
    +1
    i don't see a knee jerk response. to aid the very so called terrorists that the govt claims they are fighting in afghanistan and that they claim were responsible for 9/11 is the height of hypocrisy. and yet americans ,the sheeple,don't get it.
  • Defendn... irish 2012/03/05 15:17:25
    DefendnProtect
    +1
    It´s total hypocrisy. Get your point. Perhaps it´s easier to wake Americans up, by showing US hypocrisy, than educating on the true nature of how Muslims are inspired by ´Al Qaeda´.
  • irish Defendn... 2012/03/05 15:21:21
    irish
    +1
    americans seem to be in a total stupor of good guys vs bad guys and team sport for some reason. they don't want to know the real reasons for things happening . all they see is the scorecard.
    actually muslims aren't "inspired" by al qaeda. some may be bought by the them ,the cia does that,but the majority of muslims are bsuy living their lives just as we are.
  • Defendn... irish 2012/03/05 15:47:40
    DefendnProtect
    +1
    The idea of having the homeland clear of foreign atheist occupation (either foreign backed and propped up Saudi dictators or the Iraq, Afghanistan mess) is broadly appealing inspirational power of Al Qaeda. You´re right many Muslims do not condone the atrocities that al qaeda allegedly and many it certainly did. Especially because al qaeda murdered far far more Muslims than foreign invaders. In Iraq, Mossad operated al qaeda was on a horrible killing and destabilization spree, making al qaeda hated throughout the Muslim world, and having the people turn against it and even look to Americans for protection.
  • Defendn... Defendn... 2012/03/05 15:58:13
    DefendnProtect
    +1
    Big turn off, the blowing up of the Askari mosque in Iraq.

    Allegedly by Iraq al qaeda, probably by Mossad al qaeda.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...
  • irish Defendn... 2012/03/05 16:23:58
    irish
    +1
    what we have to remember is al qaeda is NOT the people we have been told they are. they are paid and trained by the cia to act as if they are regular muslims disaffected by the world.
  • Defendn... irish 2012/03/05 16:42:16
    DefendnProtect
    +1
    The billions in training and military equipment from the CIA to Osama, or the Mossad operations claimed to be Al Qaeda operations should OPEN eyes.
  • irish Defendn... 2012/03/05 17:26:05
    irish
    +1
    i agree but as you know ,here in america they worry more about who is getting food stamps and how they are spending them than what the govt is doing.
  • Defendn... irish 2012/03/05 17:32:01
    DefendnProtect
    +1
    Or tribal bickering about birth contraception propagandized by the MSM. Of course the people really worrying about foodstamps are conveniently eliminated from the internet because they already sold their computers. We will not meet them here.
  • irish Defendn... 2012/03/05 17:51:57
    irish
    +1
    maybe or maybe not. a lot of people need foodstamps now since the jobs are gone.
  • Defendn... irish 2012/03/05 18:00:41
    DefendnProtect
    +1
    Maybe. The propaganda bashing everybody who lost his/her job, and labeling them as losers or lazy left wing communist radical scum, get most people perhaps to shut up and lie about their own situation.
  • irish Defendn... 2012/03/06 13:10:18
    irish
    +1
    i bet it does. that is so infuriating to say about people isn't it? that they are lazy and don't want work as if they want to live in the street and be homeless.
  • Defendn... irish 2012/03/06 13:41:42
    DefendnProtect
    +1
    It sure is.
  • irish Defendn... 2012/03/06 13:49:37
  • Max 2012/03/04 16:03:20
    Max
    +3
    Now that the U.S. and its allies have installed their puppets in Libya, the next stop is Syria. These puppets have some rich puppet masters: 'The Guardian reports that the NATO controlled Libyan national transitional council has sent a $100 million donation to Syria rebels to purchase weapons.'

    http://blog.alexanderhiggins....
  • irish Max 2012/03/04 16:04:59
    irish
    +4
    yep and as soon as they finished destroying libya they air lifted the dreaded al qaeda to syria!
  • Wally-Molon Labe! 2012/03/04 15:29:22
    Wally-Molon Labe!
    +3
    I'm sure the Libyan people have sweet dreams about the benevolent NATO and America.
  • irish Wally-M... 2012/03/04 15:33:27
    irish
    +2
    revenge in mind?
  • krayzrick 2012/03/04 15:27:44
    krayzrick
    +2
    And just when I was starting to be proud to be a participant in the human race...
  • irish krayzrick 2012/03/04 15:33:46
    irish
    that won't happen will it? pride?
  • DeeB krayzrick 2012/03/04 15:55:41
    DeeB
    +2
    Really? Why? If I may ask!
  • Boblawbla 2012/03/04 14:50:19
    Boblawbla
    +9
    In the days following Gaddaffi's bogus death, the Al Queda black flags were everywhere. Of course that's what the CIA had intended since Al Queda is just another arm of the CIA. Gaddafi was interviewed this past Tuesday and laughed at the reports of his death.


  • Someone Else 2012/03/04 14:36:03
    Someone Else
    +3
    What Obama's not going to send in a peace keeping force to protect his "BROTHA'S" from be caged and tortured? Isn't that why he killed Qaddafi in the first place? Or was it about the oil I keep getting that mixed up.
  • irish Someone... 2012/03/04 14:37:51
    irish
    +4
    and gold. this is beyond sick . and americans don't care. they are worried about a protestant minister in 'evil iran" maybe being hung.
  • Someone... irish 2012/03/04 14:39:00
    Someone Else
    +1
    Just another life ,right?
  • irish Someone... 2012/03/04 15:34:26
    irish
    +1
    right but more important than more than one.
  • DeeB Someone... 2012/03/04 14:51:02
    DeeB
    +10
    It was about the Federal Reserve. Gadaffi was going to make his own monetary system like Iraq and go with the gold standard so they invaded to stop them.
  • BlueRep... DeeB 2012/03/04 15:22:12
    BlueRepublican
    +9
    Don't say things like that. People might find out about the FED and how its not even part of the govt. People could find out that the exccessive money printing has made the dolllar worthless. They might WAKE UP!!
  • DeeB BlueRep... 2012/03/04 15:27:23
    DeeB
    +5
    We wouldn't want that now would we!!
  • BlueRep... DeeB 2012/03/04 15:38:19
    BlueRepublican
    +5
    Keep it down. It's a secret. Please people, don't share this with anyone, thumb up or reply, LOL!!
  • DeeB BlueRep... 2012/03/04 15:53:45
    DeeB
    +5
    LOL! You're in a good mood this Sunday morning!! You're thinking that if we keep it secret that will make them want to know, right?!! You may be onto something there!

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