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    Post  newel Mon Mar 21, 2011 5:59 am

    Chinese warships off the Libyan coast taking back Chinese citizens was a precedent:
    Added On March 13, 2011
    China is using the crisis in Libya to showcase its new naval might. CNN's Fareed Zakaria reports.
    http://edition.cnn.com/video/data/2.0/video/world/2011/03/13/gps.china.flex.cnn.html
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    Post  enemyofNWO Mon Mar 21, 2011 11:13 am

    Murderers! War criminals Cameron, Obama and Sarkozy launch terrorist attack

    20.03.2011
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    NATO and terrorism are one and the same thing and the latest sickening display from this military wing of the oil lobby which gravitates around the White House makes it patently obvious that this evil force is endemically hell-bent upon a policy of violence to perpetrate greed. In Libya, NATO has got it monumentally wrong - again.

    The ink was still fresh on UN Resolution 1973, and the western (bought) media were already speaking about air strikes and how to help the rebels. Two mistakes here - firstly, that was not the scope of the document and secondly, why are President Obama and Prime Minister Cameron deliberately misquoting the words of Muammar Al-Qathafi?

    The Brotherly Leader of the Great Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya had not sworn to show no mercy to the people of Benghazi - he had given the "rebels" (armed groups of thugs) a window in which to lay down their arms and had said hat he would show no mercy to those launching this armed uprising. He was not speaking about massacring civilians in Benghazi - many of his supporters there have already been murdered by the "rebels".

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    http://english.pravda.ru/opinion/columnists/20-03-2011/117256-murderers_war_criminals-0/


    The problem is that those criminals own the International Crime tribunal and the UN . There should be a bounty on the heads of those so called " western leaders " .
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    Post  mudra Mon Mar 21, 2011 12:41 pm

    Chossudovsky: New deadly war theater opened in Libya

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eUZ7e90Fo80&feature=player_embedded


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    Post  TRANCOSO Mon Mar 21, 2011 1:28 pm

    Barack Obama is the most pro-war president in living memory

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    Post  TRANCOSO Mon Mar 21, 2011 1:48 pm

    Imperial War On Libya
    By Stephen Lendman
    3-21-11

    On March 19, ironically on the eighth anniversary of "Operation Iraqi Freedom," a White House Office of the Press Secretary quoted Obama saying: "Today I authorized the Armed Forces of the United States to (attack) Libya in support of an international effort to protect Libyan civilians," he, in fact, doesn't give a damn about. "That action has now begun," he added, claiming military action was a last resort.

    In fact, it was long-planned. All military interventions require months of preparation, including target selections, strategy, enlisting political and public support, troop deployments, and post-conflict plans.

    Weeks, maybe months in advance, Special Forces, CIA agents, and UK SAS operatives were in Libya, enlisting, inciting, funding, and arming so-called anti-Gaddafi opposition forces, ahead of Western aggression for imperial control. More on it below.

    A March 19 Department of Defense (DOD) Armed Forces Press Service release announced America's led "Operation Odyssey Dawn," saying: "Coalition (of the willing) forces launched "Operation Odyssey Dawn" today to enforce UN Security Council Resolution 1973 to protect the Libyan people from the country's ruler... Today we are part of a broad coalition. We are answering the calls of a threatened people."

    False! In fact, Washington-led naked aggression was launched to replace one despot with another, perhaps assassinate Gaddafi, his sons and top officials, colonize Libya, control its oil, gas and other resources, exploit its people, private state industries under Western (mainly US) control, establish new Pentagon bases, use them for greater regional dominance, perhaps balkanize the country like Yugoslavia and Iraq, and prevent any democratic spark from emerging.

    According to DODspeak, Libya is being attacked, its people killed, civilian targets destroyed, and a humanitarian disaster created to save it. In other words, "destroying the village to save it" on a nationwide scale like Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Somalia, Southeast Asia in the 1960s and 70s, and Korea in the 1950s since WW II alone. Besides numerous proxy wars in Central America, Africa and elsewhere. Wherever America shows up, blood spills followed by horrific human suffering, what Libyans can now expect.

    Military and government targets include:

    - command-and-control centers;

    - air defense systems;

    - Gaddafi, his sons and senior officials;

    - communications systems;

    - government buildings and other facilities; and

    - military air fields, tanks, artillery, other weapons, munitions, fuel depots, mobile and other targets.

    About 25 US, UK, French, Canadian and Italian ships are involved, 11 from America, including three nuclear submarines. The Pentagon is providing command, control and logistics support. Air and surface-launched munitions are being used, including against Tripoli, the capital and Gaddafi stronghold.

    Moreover, invasion and perhaps occupation may follow, despite official denials.

    Either way, widespread death and destruction is likely. Surgical war is an oxymoron. Expect considerable "collateral damage," the Orwellian designation for war crimes against noncombatants and civilian targets.

    In his 1992 book titled, "Beyond Hypocrisy," Edward Herman referred to "nuclear chicken analysis," defining "collateral casualties" as "civilians killed as a regrettable 'spillover effect' of a nuclear attack on a military target' more generally, allegedly unintended casualties" of any type attack.

    In other words, "inadvertent and tragic errors" that, in fact, constitute wanton murder and destruction of schools, hospitals, vital infrastructure and other non-military targets.

    Pack Journalism Promotes War
    A previous article explained how it enlists public support for imperial war, accessed through the following link: http://sjlendman.blogspot.com/2011/03/pack-journalism-promotes-war-on-libya.html

    Western media, including BBC and Al Jazeera incite it, no matter how lawless, mindless, destructive and counterproductive. Smell it. It arrived again because inflammatory journalism stoked reasons to attack. As a result, America, Britain and France primarily readied strikes. Ground and submarine-launced cruise missiles inflicted widespread destruction. In addition, French jets struck "targets of opportunity," preceded by exaggerated/unverified/inflammatory reports like the following: On March 19, New York Times writers David Kirkpatrick and Elisabeth Busmiller headlined, "Reports Say Attacks by Regime Against Rebels Continue," saying: Unverified "(r)eports indicated that Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi's forces were continuing to press their attacks despite warnings that such moves would provoke military action."

    On March 19, Financial Times writer Tobias Buck headlined, "Gaddafi launches assault on Benghazi," saying: Forces loyal to Gaddafi attacked "in violation of the regime's promise of a ceasefire."

    Libyan state TV channel, Al Jamahiriya, reported it differently, saying "the people of Benghazi have risen up against the rebels and raised the flag of Libya over the government building in the middle of the city."

    On March 19, New York Times writers Steven Erlanger and David Kirkpatrick headlined "Allies Open Push in Libya to Block Qaddafi Assaults," saying: "American, European and Arab leaders began the largest international intervention" since 2003 against Iraq, omitting the illegality of both aggressions.

    On March 19, New York Times writers David Kirkpatrich and Elisabeth Musmiller headlined, "France Sends Military Flights Over Libya," saying: Flying reconnaissance missions, it's "the first sign" of premeditated war, launching new hostilities against a war-torn region, without explanation why.

    On March 19, Times writers Steven Erlanger and David Kirkpatrick headlined, "Allies Open Push in Libya to Block Qaddafi Assaults," saying: Hostilities began to stop "Qaddafi's war on the Libyan opposition," after a no-fly zone was established.

    As a result, war arrived preemptively. French President Sarkozy said it's to stop Gaddafi's "murderous madness," no matter that he responded to violence. He didn't instigate it. So would Sarkozy, Obama or any leader against armed insurrection.

    Love or hate him, Gaddafi said: "Libya is not yours. Libya is for all Libyans. This is injustice, it is clear aggression, and it is uncalculated risk for its consequences on the Mediterranean and Europe. You will regret it if you take a step toward intervening in our internal affairs."

    Hours earlier, he pledged a ceasefire. Conflicting reports disagree if he honored it. Is he or Western intervention stoking violence? US media reports point fingers one way.

    Washington, Britain, France, other NATO allies, and complicit Arab States back armed anti-Gaddafi insurrection. They're promoting it, inciting it, funding it, arming it, with clear imperial aims. A previous article explained, accessed through the following link: http://sjlendman.blogspot.com/2011/03/washingtons-un-war-resolution-on-libya.html

    On March 19, ahead of intervention, Al Jazeera headlined, "Gaddafi forces encroaching on Benghazi," saying: Gaddafi unleashed "a fresh act of defiance even as the United States and its allies prepared to launch military attacks on Libya."

    Unverified "(r)eports from Libya say pro-government forces have entered the western outskirts of the opposition stronghold of Benghazi, with the city also coming under attack from the coast and the south."

    Unnamed "(w)itnesses....said they heard large explosions....Government troops reportedly bombed the southern Benghazi suburb of Goreshi among other places."

    No verification was given, except to quote Mustafa Abdel Jalil, opposition National Libyan Council leader. More on him below. Al Jazeera's Tony Birtley reported "a lot of jittery people...a lot of activity and a lot of firing going on."

    In contrast, Deputy Foreign Minister Khaled Kaim told the BBC that "the ceasefire is real, credible and solid. We are willing to receive (international and NGO) observers as soon as possible." He insisted no air strikes were launched.

    Hours later Al Jazeera headlined, "Airstrikes begin on Libya targets," saying: "French warplanes hit four tanks on a day when opposition fighters in (Benghazi) reported coming under constant artillery and mortar fire." Expect sustained strikes to follow.

    Al Jazeera and other media reports don't explain that "opposition" officials from organizations like the National Libyan Council and National Front for the Salvation of Libya have close Western ties, pretending they're credible. More about them below.

    Headquartered in Qatar, moreover, Al Jazeera noticeably abstains from criticizing its government, now part of Washington's anti-Gaddafi coalition-of-the-willing, complicit in illegal aggression.

    On March 18, Obama stopped short of declaring war, announcing "all necessary measures" against Gaddafi without full compliance with UN Resolution terms, including an immediate ceasefire, withdrawing his forces, reestablishing essential services to all parts of the country, and letting in "humanitarian assistance," including foreign imperial forces opposed to his leadership.

    In other words, impossible terms to accept to be followed by others likely demanding he step down, permit balkanization, predatory Western investment, US bases, and free exploitation of his resources and people. Imagine comparable demands made on America - non-negtiable to be followed by military action for non-compliance.

    On March 18, NATO Secretary-General Anders Rogh Rasmussen signaled war, saying the alliance was "completing its planning to be ready to take appropriate action in support of the UN resolution as part of the broad international effort."

    Launched the next day, the resources of another resource-rich Arab state will be divided among Western belligerents, to benefit Libyans, they claim.

    On March 20, New York Times writers David Kirkpatrick, Steven Erlanger and Elisabeth Busmiller headlined, "Qaddafi Pledges 'Long War' as Allies Pursue Air Assault," saying: "On Sunday, American (stealth) B-2 bombers were reported to have struck a major Libyan airfield," following initial attacks against Libya's air defense systems, "missile, radar and communications centers around Tripoli," Misurata and Surt.

    Reuters said "US fighter planes backed by electronic warfare aircraft" attacked Gaddafi's ground troops and air defenses. A Pentagon statement stated: "US Navy Growlers provided electronic warfare support over Libya while AV-8B Harriers from the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit conducted strikes...."

    Parliamentary secretary Muhammad Zweid said attacks "caused some real harm against civilians and buildings." According to an unnamed US official, Libya's air defenses are now "severely disabled."

    As of Sunday morning, visible destruction also included 14 tanks, 20 armored personnel carriers, two or more trucks, rocket launchers, dozens of pick-ups, and exploding munitions. Ahead of cruise missile attacks, France initiated reconnaissance flights and aggression.

    On March 19, Middle East/Central Asian analyst Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya's Global Research.ca article headlined, "Breaking News: Libyan Hospitals Attacked. Libyan Source: Three French Jets Downed," saying: Regime change-planned naked aggression was launched. "The war criminals are back at it again," Washington, of course, in the lead. On March 19, "sources in Libya have reported that three medical facilities were bombarded. Two were hospitals and one a medical clinic. These were civilian facilities."

    Targets attacked included Al-Tajura and Saladin hospitals as well as a clinic near Tripoli, unrelated to military necessity, distant from combat areas. Moreover, civilian air facilities were struck as well as "all Libyan military bases" - air, naval and ground. In addition, "a vast naval blockade around Libya has now been imposed," America the lead belligerent.

    Further, Libyan sources report "two French jets were also shot down near Janzour" plus another "near Anjile." Washington and co-belligerents "are creating a real humanitarian disaster," waging war for peace, killing civilians to save them, and destroying Libya by "humanitarian intervention."

    Moreover, Washington enlisted Egypt and Saudi Arabia to supply "opposition forces" with weapons, in violation of Resolution 1973 prohibiting any sent. Of course, international and US law forbid aggressive war, but that never deterred imperial America from preemptively attacking, invading, occupying and colonizing nations illegally, Libya its latest target.

    Libya's So-Called "Opposition"
    Included are the National Front for the Salvation of Libya, its officials with ties to the CIA and Saudi Arabia. Also, Muhammad as-Senussi, Libya's so-called heir to the Senussi Crown, concerned only for his own self-interest.

    Central is the National Libyan Council (NLC), announced on February 26, established officially on March 5, led by former Libyan Justice Minister Mustafa Abdel-Jalil, a Western-allied opportunist.

    NLC is an umbrella group of local so-called opposition leaders headquartered in Benghazi. Bogusly, it claims to represent all Libyans. Abdel-Jalil calls it a "transitional government" ahead of future elections after Gaddafi is deposed.

    At the same time, Abdel-Hafidh Ghoga, a Benghazi lawyer, refuted his leadership, calling himself NLC's official spokesman. Both men, however, have similar aspirations, including controlling Libya by ousting Gaddafi.

    As of now, Abdel-Jalil remains NLC's official head, Ghoga its spokesman, and Omar El-Hariri in charge of military operations. General Abdel Fattah Younis may be another key member, his status, however, not confirmed. In total, NLC has about 30 members. Most aren't named. Two known include, Mahmoud Jebril and Ali al-Essawi, former Libyan ambassador to India in charge of foreign affairs.

    On March 5, Reuters headlined, "Rebel National Libya Council sets up (a three-member) crisis committee," saying: In charge of military and foreign affairs, members include Omar El-Hariri, Ali al-Essawi, and Mahmoud Jebril as leader.

    Western Hypocrisy - Denouncing Violence While Backing It
    At Obama's behest, about 1,000 Saudi troops invaded Bahrain guns blazing, attacking peaceful protesters, arresting opposition leaders and activists, occupying the country, denying wounded men and women medical treatment, and imposing police state control in support of the hated monarchy.

    Not an angry Western demand was heard to stop hostilities and leave. Nor against similar Egyptian army attacks or on civilians in Tunisia, Jordan, Algeria, Oman, Iraq, and Yemen, let alone daily against Palestinians.

    On March 18, in fact, dozens of Yemenese were killed, scores more wounded in Sanaa, the capital, when security forces attacked thousands, demanding President Ali Abdullah Saleh step down.

    Ally turned bete noire Gaddafi was targeted for removal. In contrast, Saleh is supported because of Yemen's strategic location near the Horn of Africa on Saudi Arabia's southern border, the Red Sea, its Bab el-Mandeb strait (a key chokepoint separating Yemen from Eritrea through which three million barrels of oil pass daily), and the Gulf of Aden connection to the Indian Ocean.

    Instead of denouncing his brutality, Obama endorsed it, calling on "all sides (to pursue) a peaceful, orderly and democratic path to a stronger and more prosperous nation."

    Friday's massacre was the bloodiest since resistance erupted in mid-February. Security forces and plainclothes police opened fire on demonstrators, shooting to kill, hitting some in the back of the head as they fled. Afterward, Saleh imposed a state of emergency and nationwide curfew.

    Demonstrations, nonetheless, persist, Yemenese wanting his 32-year dictatorship ended. Achieving it, however, entails overcoming Washington's imperial grip on regional client states, all run by favored despots.

    A Final Comment
    On March 19, Professor As'ad AbuKhalil's Angry Arab.com headlined, "Bush Doctrine revised: Obama puts his stamp," saying: "Western/Saudi/Qarari military intervention in Libya sets a dangerous precedent." Under Bush, ousting regimes for democracy "was a bloody farce...." Obama's model may be installing puppets "without having 'boots on the ground,' " but don't discount them. He expanded Bush's Afghan war, began his own in Pakistan as well as in Somalia, Yemen and Bahrain, backing favored despots besides the Saudi monarchy.

    AbuKhalil calls NLC's Abdel-Jalil "a useful idiot." Moreover, "Western enthusiasm for (Libyan) intervention" was never properly explained beyond nonsensical platitudes about "humanitarian intervention" to protect civilians.

    In contrast, "why (didn't) the hundreds of deaths in Egypt or Tunisia warrant" similar outrage, let alone Israel's Cast Lead, occupation and daily aggression against defenseless Palestinians.

    Intervening militarily is Libya "is far more dangerous: it is intended to legitimize the return of colonial powers, (and) abort democratic uprisings all over the region. Bahrain (Yemen and Saudi Arabia) of today (are) the vision for Libya for tomorrow," Western-dominated, of course.

    Will it work? Love or hate Gaddafi, Libyans know what Iraqis, Afghans and Palestinians endure. Moreover, its society is fractious, divided by tribal loyalties, suspicious of Western intervention, and long-governed locally as well as nationally.

    Against them is America's military might under leaders not shy about using it. As a result, Libyans are experiencing firsthand what's ahead under Western control, what makes Iraqis yearn for Saddam, almost saintly compared to Washington.

    Stephen Lendman lives in Chicago and can be reached at lendmanstephen@sbcglobal.net. Also visit his blog site at sjlendman.blogspot.com and listen to cutting-edge discussions with distinguished guests on the Progressive Radio News Hour on the Progressive Radio Network Thursdays at 10AM US Central time and Saturdays and Sundays at noon. All programs are archived for easy listening.

    http://www.progressiveradionetwork.com/the-progressive-news-hour/.

    SOURCE: http://www.rense.com/general93/imperial.htm
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    Post  burgundia Mon Mar 21, 2011 2:12 pm

    Norway has withdrawn from the operation in Libya. cheers
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    Post  burgundia Mon Mar 21, 2011 3:39 pm

    Discord erupted Monday in Europe over whether the military operation in Libya should be controlled by NATO, after Turkey blocked the alliance's participation while Italy issued a veiled threat to withdraw the use of its bases unless the alliance was put in charge.

    Germany also questioned the wisdom of the operation, and Russia's Vladimir Putin railed against the UN-backed airstrikes mounted so far against Moammar Gadhafi's force by Britain, France and the United States outside of their NATO roles.

    Read more: http://www.kansascity.com/2011/03/21/2741647/eu-official-arab-league-head-misquoted.html#ixzz1HGiEFPHq
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    Post  TRANCOSO Mon Mar 21, 2011 3:42 pm

    TRANCOSO wrote:Barack Obama is the most pro-war president in living memory


    Some Men Just Wanna See The World Burn!
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    Post  burgundia Mon Mar 21, 2011 3:43 pm

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    Post  burgundia Tue Mar 22, 2011 9:37 am

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    Post  enemyofNWO Tue Mar 22, 2011 9:58 am



    Funny that the western criminals talk about Gaddafi's gold but not talk about the missing trillions in the Pentagon and the many trillions wasted on the Wall Street criminals . I would like to know if Gaddafi's gold is worth as much as the 700 million dollars that vested interests shelled out to elect Obama ?

    Gaddafy is bad . Oh Terrible .( Sarcasm here ) But as terrible as the US with their history of aggressions , wars , color revolutions ,coup d'etat in other countries ?

    I doubt it ! 65 years of criminality are hard to beat .
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    Post  MargueriteBee Tue Mar 22, 2011 12:00 pm

    rhttp://www.cnn.com/2011/WORLD/africa/03/22/libya.robertson.report/index.html?hpt=T1

    Tripoli, Libya (CNN) -- A CNN correspondent on Monday angrily rejected a report by the Fox network that he and other journalists were used as human shields by Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi to prevent a missile attack on his compound.
    The Fox story, labeled "exclusive" and posted on the Fox website Monday, said the presence of news crews from CNN, Reuters and other organizations forced a British aircraft to call off firing seven Storm Shadow missiles at the area that already had been hit.
    "Officials from Libya's Ministry of Information brought those journalists to the area to show them damage from the initial attack and to effectively use them as human shields," said the Fox report.
    According to the Fox story, the curtailed strike "led to a great deal of consternation by coalition commanders."
    CNN refutes 'human shield' claims Gadhafi's compound attacked Gadhafi's history of tense relationships The man who set off revolutions
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    Nic Robertson, a veteran CNN correspondent who was part of the CNN crew cited in the Fox story, called the rival network's report "outrageous and hypocritical."
    Robertson said a Fox staffer was among the journalists on the trip -- a fact left out of the Fox report -- and that the journalists in the group were hurried through their trip by their minders.
    "To say it was a human shield is nuts," Robertson said, later adding: "I expect lies from the government here. I don't expect it from other journalists. It's frankly incredibly disappointing."http://www.cnn.com/2011/WORLD/africa/03/22/libya.robertson.report/index.html?hpt=T1
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    Post  burgundia Tue Mar 22, 2011 12:03 pm

    Now spain wants to join the coalition. I guess wants its share of the spoils.
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    Post  devakas Wed Mar 23, 2011 1:06 am



    Proof Libyan Invasion was Planned 10 Years in Advance - Occult Connection to March 19 Invasion

    U.S. General Wesley Clark (Ret.), explains that the Bush Administration planned to take out 7 countries in 5 years: Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Iran.

    The invasion of Libya via the UN and the 2003 Iraq invasion were both done on March 19 as with many other military conflicts. There is an occult connection with March 19. Watch video to see.

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    Post  Sanicle Wed Mar 23, 2011 1:42 am

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    Post  devakas Wed Mar 23, 2011 1:49 am

    [quote="Sanicle"][quote]

    and now Operation in Libya is on Twitter

    http://twitter.com/FMCNL

    A former Dutch officer has intercepted radio conversations between military pilots who are ensuring a no-fly zone over Libya, and posted the findings on his Twitter account.

    It reveals various information – including the time of the coalition forces’ flights, the location of the jets in the air, frequencies the pilots are using to talk to each other and what they can see below. According to the French newspaper Le Figaro, military pilots must communicate their whereabouts during operations like Libya’s “Odyssey Dawn” to avoid collision with civilian aircraft.

    Any skilled radio fan can intercept this kind of communication. The former Dutch officer told the newspaper he wanted to supply prompt information on what is going on in Libya before this information gets filtered by the mass media


    I guess this is a change also. What is next?
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    Post  devakas Wed Mar 23, 2011 2:20 am



    Kucinich: Obama could be impeached for attacking Libya


    Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) says President Barack Obama did not have the constitutional authority to order U.S. forces to participate in an attack on Libya.

    "We must be clear: actions have consequences, and the writ of the international community must be enforced," Obama told reporters while on an official visit to Brazil Saturday.

    "We are answering the calls of a threatened people. And we are acting in the interests of the United States and the world," he said, stressing that Washington was acting in concert "with a broad coalition."

    Reps. Jerrold Nadler (D-NY), Donna Edwards (D-MD), Mike Capuano (D-MA), Dennis Kucinich (D-OH), Maxine Waters (D-CA), Rob Andrews (D-NJ), Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX), Barbara Lee (D-CA) and Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) "all strongly raised objections to the constitutionality of the president's actions" during the conference call, a source told Politico.

    "While the action is billed as protecting the civilians of Libya, a no-fly-zone begins with an attack on the air defenses of Libya and Qaddafi forces. It is an act of war. The president made statements which attempt to minimize U.S. action, but U.S. planes may drop U.S. bombs and U.S. missiles may be involved in striking another sovereign nation. War from the air is still war."

    "Congress should be called back into session immediately to decide whether or not to authorize the United States’ participation in a military strike. If it does not, the action of the President is contrary to U.S. Constitution. Article 1, Section 8 of the Constitution clearly states that the United States Congress has the power to declare war. The President does not. That was the Founders’ intent," the Ohio congressman added.

    "The last thing we need is to be embroiled in yet another intervention in another Muslim country. The American people have had enough. First it was Afghanistan, then Iraq. Then bombs began to fall in Pakistan, then Yemen, and soon it seems bombs could be falling in Libya. Our nation simply cannot afford another war, economically, diplomatically or spiritually," Kucinich concluded.

    Former presidential candidate Ralph Nader also said the president was committing "war crimes" in the attack against Libya.

    "Why don't we say what's on the minds of many legal experts; that the Obama administration is committing war crimes and if Bush should have been impeached, Obama should be impeached," Nader told Democracy Now! Thursday.

    http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/03/21/kucinich-obama-could-be-impeached-for-attacking-libya/
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    Post  enemyofNWO Wed Mar 23, 2011 4:30 am

    According to the Italian Newspaper " Libero " , Who organized the revolt is the Mossad Sayanim SArkozy . Apparently a trusted confidant of Ghaddafi defected to France . This person is the chief of Protocol of the Colonel Nouri Mesnari . This character put the French secret services in contact with another conspirator Abdallah Gehani . So Sarkozy the Mossad operator is pulling the strings in Libya . Considering how much has been written and is available on the internet about Sarkozy connections , this latest episode is not a surprise .

    This is a SNIP in Italian


    SNIP
    Retroscena/ Clamoroso: "Sarko' ha manovrato la rivolta libica"
    Mercoledí 23.03.2011 08:49

    "Prima tappa del viaggio. Venti ottobre 2010, Tunisi. Qui - scrive Franco Bechis su LIBERO - e' sceso con tutta la sua famiglia da un aereo della Lybian Airlines Nouri Mesmari, capo del protocollo della corte del colonnello Muammar El Gheddafi. E' uno dei piu' alti papaveri del regime libico, da sempre a fianco del colonnello. L'unico - per capirci - che insieme al ministro degli Esteri Mussa Koussa aveva accesso diretto alle residence del rai's senza bisogno di bussare. L'unico a potere varcare la soglia della suite 204 del vecchio circolo ufficiale di Bengasi, dove il colonnello libico ha ospitato con grandi onori il premier italiano Silvio Berlusconi durante le visite ufficiali in Libia. Quello sbarco a Tunisi di Mesmari dura poche ore. Non si sa chi incontri nella capitale dove ancora la rivolta contro Ben Ali cova sotto le ceneri. Ma e' ormai certo che proprio in quelle ore e in quelle immediatamente successive Mesmari getti i ponti di quella che a meta' febbraio sarebbe diventata la ribellione della Cirenaica. E prepara la possibile spallata a Gheddafi cercando e ottenendo l'alleanza su due fronti: il primo e' quello della dissidenza tunisina. Il secondo e' quello della Francia di Nicholas Sarkozy. Ed entrambe le alleanze gli riescono. Lo testimoniano alcuni clamorosi documenti della Dgse (direzione generale della sicurezza estera), il servizio segreto francese e una clamorosa serie di notizie fatte circolare in ambienti diplomatici francesi da una newsletter loro dedicata, Maghreb Confindential (di cui esiste una versione sintetica e accessibile a pagamento). Mesmari arriva a Parigi il giorno successivo, 21 ottobre. E da li' non si muovera' piu'. In Libia non ha nascosto il suo viaggio in Francia, visto che si e' portato dietro tutta la famiglia. La versione e' che e' a Parigi per delicate cure mediche e probabilmente per un'operazione. Ma di medici non ne vedrai mai nemmeno uno.

    "Quel che vedra' invece ogni giorno - prosegue Bechis su LIBERO - sono funzionari del servizio segreto francese. Sicuramente ai primi di novembre sono visti entrare all'Hotel Concorde Lafayette di Parigi, dove Mesmari soggiorna, alcuni stretti collaboratori del presidente francese Sarkozy. Il 16 novembre c'e' una fila di auto blu fuori dall'hotel. Nella suite di Mesmari si svolge una lunga e fitta riunione. Due giorni dopo parte per Bengasi una strana e fitta delegazione commerciale francese. Ci sono funzionari del ministero dell'Agricoltura, dirigenti della France Export Cereales e della France Agrimer e manager della Soufflet, della Louis Dreyfus, della Glencore, della Cani Cereales, della Cargill e della Conagra. Una spedizione commerciale, sulla carta, per cercare di ottenere proprio a Bengasi ricche commesse libiche. Ma nel gruppo sono mescolati anche militari della sicurezza francese, travestiti da business man. A Bengasi incontreranno un colonnello dell'aereonautica libica indicato da Mesmari: Abdallah Gehani. E' un insospettabile, ma l'ex capo del protocollo di Gheddafi ha rivelato che e' disposto a disertare e che ha anche buoni contatti con la dissidenza tunisina. L'operazione e' condotta in gran segreto, ma qualcosa giunge agli uomini piu' vicini a Gheddafi. Il colonnello intuisce qualcosa. Il 28 novembre firma un mandato di cattura internazionale nei confronti di Mesmari. L'ordine viene trasmesso anche alla Francia attraverso i canali protocollari. I francesi si allarmano, e decidono di eseguire formalmente l'arresto. Quattro giorni dopo, i12 dicembre, viene fatta filtrare la notizia proprio da Parigi. Non si indica il nome, ma si rivela che la polizia francese ha arrestato uno dei principali collaboratori di Gheddafi. La Libia si tranquillizza sulle prime. Poi viene a sapere che Mesmari e' in realta' agli arresti domiciliari nella suite del Concorde Lafayette. E il rai's comincia ad agitarsi".


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    Background / clamor: "Sarko 'has maneuvered the Libyan revolt"
    Wednesday 03/23/2011 08:49

    "First stage of the journey. Twenty October 2010, Tunis. Here" - writes Bechis on " LIBERO " ( newpaper ) - down from a Libyan Airlines plane comes with his entire family Mesmari Nouri, chief of protocol of the court of Col. Muammar el Gaddafi. E' one of the most 'top brass of the Libyan regime has always been next to the colonel. The only one ,to understand each other , that together with the Foreign Minister Moussa Koussi had direct access to the rai's (leader ) residence without knocking. The only power to cross suite 204, the threshold of the old club official in Benghazi, where the Libyan colonel with great honor hosted Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi during official visits to Libya. Mesmari's stays in Tunis only few hours. It is not known who he meets in the capital where the revolt against Ben Ali was still smoldering. But it 's almost certain that in those hours and those immediately following Mesmari build bridges in the middle of what' would become the rebellion in February of Cyrenaica. It can prepare a push against Gaddafi , he sought and obtained the alliance on two fronts: the first one with Tunisian dissidents. The second one with France's Nicholas Sarkozy. And both the alliances succeed . As reflected in a number of sensational documents DGSE (General Directorate of foreign security), the French secret service and a series of sensational news circulated in diplomatic circles by a French newsletter dedicated to them, Maghreb Confindential (of which there is a synthetic version and available for a fee). Mesmari arrived in Paris the following day, 21 October. And from there he won't move anymore . In Libya he has not hidden his trip to France, because it has' brought back the whole family. The version is that he went to Paris for medical treatment and probably a sensitive an operation. But he did not see any doctors .

    "What he will see every day - continues Bechis on LIBERO - are officials of the French secret service. Certainly in early November some close associates of French President Sarkozy are seen entering the Hotel Concorde Lafayette in Paris , where Mesmari stays, . November 16 there is' a row of blue car outside the hotel .At Mesmari's hotel suite takes place a long and extensive meeting. Two days later travels to Benghazi and thick French trade delegation. There are officials of the Ministry of Agriculture , leaders of France and France Export cereales Agrimer Soufflet and manager of Louis Dreyfus, Glencore, the Dogs cereales, Cargill and Conagra. A commercial trading expedition, on paper, to try to get rich commercial contracts in Benghazi Libya. But in the group are also mixed French military security, disguised as business man. In Benghazi they will meet a Libyan Air Force colonel indicated by Mesmari: Gehan Abdallah. He is above suspicion, but the former head of protocol of Gaddafi revealed that he is willing to defect and that also has good contacts with the Tunisian dissidents. The operation' is conducted in secret, but something comes to the ears of men more 'close to Gaddafi. The colonel realizes something. On November 28 signed an international arrest warrant against Mesmari. The order is also sent to France through the channels of protocol. The French are alarmed, and decided to make a formal arrest. Four days later, the 12 December, the news is just leaked from Paris. It is not the name, but it turns out that the French police have arrested one of the main collaborators of Gaddafi. Ghaddafi calms himself at first. Then he learns that Mesmari is 'actually' under house arrest in the suite of the Concorde Lafayette. And the rai's ( Leader ) begins to stir .
    http://affaritaliani.libero.it/politica/sarko_rivolta_libica230311.html
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    Post  Sanicle Thu Mar 24, 2011 12:44 am

    burgundia wrote:Norway has withdrawn from the operation in Libya. cheers

    Sadly I just read this on RT.com......

    Norway joins Libya offensive

    Norway has made the decision to send six F-16 fighter jets to join the international military operation in Libya. The jets have been deployed to an airbase in Crete waiting for authorization to join the no-fly zone operation aimed at protecting Libyan civilians from Muammar Gaddafi’s brutal crackdown. The Norwegian government gave the green light to join the operation on Wednesday. Defense Minister Greta Faremo said the planes will be ready to join “Operation Odyssey Dawn” in a few days.

    Hmmm
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    Post  Carol Thu Mar 24, 2011 12:56 am

    The PONTUS cut his vacation short and was returning home to some kind of emergency meeting.... (impeachment?) How refreshing. He loses his job for non-performance and operating outside the law (taking American into war with Lybia all the while not calling it a war). And just who gets to pay for this? Someone should garnish his wages and strip him of his benefits so he can truly understand what is happening to all of the Americans who are out of work and can't get jobs.


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    Post  Sanicle Thu Mar 24, 2011 1:41 am

    Interesting that Turkey has had 18 small earthquakes in the last 13 hours, given that they blocked the alliance's participation in Libya. I don't remember seeing them come up so often on the seismic charts. Coincidence? scratch
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    Post  devakas Thu Mar 24, 2011 2:20 am


    Obama could be impeached for attacking Libya








    It would be nice to see this happening
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    Post  enemyofNWO Sat Mar 26, 2011 7:39 am

    The Truth about the Kennedy Assassination & Obama Told by Gadaffi (MUST SEE)


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=uJ4u-v-PJbs
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    Post  Sanicle Sat Mar 26, 2011 7:55 am

    Thanks for posting that enemyofNWO. He doesn't sound insane to me. I liked a lot of his points, esp. re Palestine.
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    Post  wingmanof light Sat Mar 26, 2011 11:55 am


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