Friday, April 01, 2011


Moussa Koussa

Libya's foreign minister Moussa Koussa was in Tunisia on a diplomatic mission.

On 31 March 2011, we read that he mysteriously arrived at the UK's Farnborough airport before being taken to London.

Did he defect or was he pressurised? (Libyan foreign minister Moussa Koussa defects to Britain‎)

Brian has provided some useful links:

1. Reason for Libyan war? Gaddafi wanted to nationalise oil.

"On February 16, 2009, Gaddafi ... called on Libyans to back his proposal to dismantle the government and to distribute the oil wealth directly to the 5 million inhabitants of the country.

"However, his plan to deliver oil revenues directly to the Libyan people met opposition by senior officials who could lose their jobs due to a parallel plan by Gaddafi to rid the state of corruption."

2. Toward African freedom in Libya and beyond.

"No one has shouted any louder than Gaddafi that Africa must be for the Africans...

"Why hasn’t the Western world rolled into Israel or the West Bank and saved the Palestinian people who suffer true slaughter and discrimination at the hands of Israel?"

3. Libyan Rebel Leader Spent Much of Past 20 Years in Langley Virginia

Khalifa Hifter, the new leader of Libya's opposition military, spent the past two decades in suburban Virginia.

4. American Media Silent on CIA Ties to Libya Rebel Commander

Hifter is CIA.

5. LIBYA explained.

Mar 26, 1996 - "Reuters news reports ... state that unrest in ... Eastern Libya is caused by armed rebels... This is an operation to overthrow Gaddafi led by Col. Khalifa Hifter, of a contra-style group based in the United States called the LibyanNational Army."



Anonymous said...

Enjoy :)!


aferrismoon said...

Hifter - they really do amke it up as they go along.

Nostradamus predicted Hister which many took to be Hitler.

Anyhow the medieval 's' looks like an 'f'.

'Oooh, maybe we'll have to arm the rebels, gosh, didn't think we'd have to, oh well, it's probably for the best, anyone got any weapons, we didn't bring many....'



brian said...

this is worrying,but at least its an admission:

still the UK/EU/US go ahead to remove Gadaffi(the real target). s if they were Lords of the Earth once again

brian said...

Libyan Youth Movement, their facebook page banned me, after i posed too many difficult questions and posted what they didnt want to hear. They also have a website

no names given, no contact info..but the site mentions benghazi we can say they are east libyans.
But the no contact info is suspect

theyve been attacking the serbian facebook page:

felix said...

Worth noting,as you said on 25 March, Nouri (al) Mesmari (you seem to write Mesrami sometimes) was assisted by Moussa (or Musa) Koussa to defect to Paris via Tunisia on 28 November.

Seems he has been under DGSE protection in a Paris hotel ever since.

felix said...

A little bit on the CIA angle here from the US...(31 March) & links

Anonymous said...

'Humanitarian' intervention? Keep citizens safe from the evil blood curdling murderer Gadaffi??

think again

US-NATO bombings kill civilians in Tripoli
By Bill Van Auken
1 April 2011

US-NATO air strikes on Tripoli and other Libyan cities have claimed growing numbers of civilian victims, according to the Vatican’s top representative in the Libyan capital.

The report represents a severe blow to the attempts by Washington and its NATO allies, backed by the overwhelming majority of the Western media, to dismiss the Libyan government’s claims of civilian casualties as “propaganda” and portray the continuous air raids as a “humanitarian” defense of the population.

“The so-called humanitarian air raids have taken the lives of dozens of civilians in various areas of Tripoli,” Bishop Giovanni Innocenzo Martinelli, the Apostolic Vicar of Tripoli told Agenzia Fides, the Vatican news service.

“Of particular concern, in the district of Buslim, a building collapsed because of the bombing killing 40 people,” he said “Yesterday I reported that the bombing had affected some hospitals, albeit indirectly. I can now confirm that one of these hospitals is in Misda,” a town about 110 miles south of Tripoli.


brian said...

Cynthia McKinney speaks the truth on Libya!/notes/cynthia-mckinney/from-cynthia-mckinney-cynthias-remarks-at-the-newseum-31-march-2011/10150137642801139


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