Monday, January 23, 2012


US and Libyan military officers get together. (aangirfan: US TO INVADE LIBYA?)

As news comes in that Beni Walid city has been 'captured' by pro-Gaddafi forces., and that Libya's government is in chaos, there are reports that US and NATO troops are taking over parts of Libya.

Elbadil newspaper reports that "U.S. troops are in Libya - in Brega, Ras Lanouf and Sirte - in order to secure Libyan oil for Western markets at a very cheap price...

"U.S. troops are at Mitiga Air Base east of Tripoli and NATO helicopters and war planes fly over Libyan towns ... that drones launched from a secret base in the Libyan desert surveille Libya and neighboring countries."

( / Les américains débarquent en ... /Cynthia McKinney: US war machine pervades Africa / Africa: Libya and the NTC - 12000 US Troops to Libya /US deploys 12000 troops in Libya Alex Jones' Infowars.)

The NTC's HQ in Benghazi after being attacked by angry Libyans in January 2012.

According to Cynthia McKinney:

1. "In Libya, the resistance to the rule of the National Transitional Council is strong...

"Now, from Libya, reports are that even while the Misrata rebels (NATO allies) attempted to scale the petroleum platforms in Brega, they were annihilated by the Apache helicopters of their own NATO allies.

"A resistance Libyan doctor-become-journalist reported that all of the petroleum platforms are occupied by NATO and that warships occupy Libya's ports.

"Photographs show Italian encampments in the desert with an announcement that the French are to follow.

"Another news outlet reports that Qataris and Emiratees are the engineers now at the oil plants, turning away desperate Libyan workers.

"While long lines exist for Libyan drivers to get their gas, foreign troops ensure the black gold's export.

"Libyans lack enough food and the basics, the country has been turned upside down, and contaminated with uranium while the true number of dead and unaccounted for remains high and unknown.

"Thousands of young Libyans, supporters of the Jahamiriya, languish under torture and assassination in a Misrata prison where a humanitarian disaster is about to unfold because Misrata rebels want to kill them all and have already attacked the prison once to do so.

"An urgent appeal to contact the International Red Cross was issued to help save the lives of the prisoners.

"And finally, Black Libyans continue to be targeted for harassment and murder in Libya by US/NATO allies on the ground..."

2. "Nigerian military sources have confirmed, for African news outlets, that U.S. troops are scheduled to be deployed to Nigeria..."


Anonymous said...

Fcuk the troops.

On a positive note(and off topic, sorry) Tim Thomas has some balls and has clearly gone off script catching people off guard. The war loving NHL was not ready for this. They may downplay it, but what he said is important and his willingness to face the negative consequences sure to follow are commendable.

Anonymous said...

Poor Princess Charlene, the Lady Di of Monaco:

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