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    Post  enemyofNWO Sat Mar 19, 2011 10:20 am


    Military operations against Libya have started . So it was all planned !


    http://rt.com/news/international-military-action-libya/[b]
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    Post  Floyd Sat Mar 19, 2011 3:42 pm

    UK and US attack Libya with cruise missiles.

    Libyan TV say the Zionist forces have bombed a hospial with innocent civillians.

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    Post  burgundia Sat Mar 19, 2011 4:02 pm

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    Post  enemyofNWO Sat Mar 19, 2011 5:09 pm

    Floyd wrote:UK and US attack Libya with cruise missiles.

    Libyan TV say the Zionist forces have bombed a hospial with innocent civillians.



    I know it's tragic and not something to laugh at .
    Sarcasm here . It's a humanitarian mission !
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    Post  enemyofNWO Sat Mar 19, 2011 5:28 pm

    More than 110 cruise missiles . It's a : Humanitarian Mission ! Humanitarian mission with the purpose of destroying the infrastructure and civilian targets .

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    Key points
    The UK, the US and France have begun attacking Libya to enforce a UN-mandated no-fly zone
    More than 110 missiles have been fired by the UK and US, the Pentagon says
    UK Prime Minister David Cameron says launching military action against Libya is "necessary, legal and right"
    French aircraft are preventing forces loyal to Libyan leader Col Gaddafi from attacking the rebel-held city of Benghazi, French President Nicolas Sarkozy says after a meeting of world leaders in Paris
    Libyan state TV Al-Jamahiriyah claims civilian targets in Tripoli have been bombed by aircraft of the "crusader enemy"
    Earlier, Pro-Gaddafi forces launched an assault on Benghazi, a BBC journalist witnessed. A jet appears to have been shot down over the city
    Live page reporters: Jon Kelly, Peter Jackson, Sarah Bell, Neil Henderson, and Jackie Storer
    All times in GMT
    You can also follow events on BBC Arabic

    END SNIP


    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-12776418
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    Post  TRANCOSO Sat Mar 19, 2011 7:07 pm

    Ron Paul - US War On Libya Totally UnConstitutional

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    Post  Floyd Sat Mar 19, 2011 7:41 pm

    If there was one question I would like to ask god (presuming such a being existed) It would be this.
    God mate. Is there any other sphere suspended in the realm of infinity, the inhabitants of which wage war, pillage, destroy the natural resources of,and manipulate through poltics, and religion its fellow species of which planet they share.
    If so, can I send my mother in law for a long holiday there.
    Are humans the only beings incapable of respecting and being in awe of all the astounding wonders that were given to us?

    I should have posted this on Oxy's thread really. That guy can write.
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    Post  TRANCOSO Sat Mar 19, 2011 10:13 pm

    Military action against Libya in full swing



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    Post  TRANCOSO Sat Mar 19, 2011 10:22 pm

    So what did the 'international community' do when Israel was bombing Palestinian civilians in the Gaza strip in 2008?
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    Post  Floyd Sat Mar 19, 2011 10:46 pm

    TRANCOSO wrote:So what did the 'international community' do when Israel was bombing Palestinian civilians in the Gaza strip in 2008?
    Nothing
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    Post  enemyofNWO Sun Mar 20, 2011 4:05 am

    Floyd wrote:
    TRANCOSO wrote:So what did the 'international community' do when Israel was bombing Palestinian civilians in the Gaza strip in 2008?
    Nothing


    That's called justice according to the zionists scums . One law for them and another law for the rest of the world . I hope Ghaddafi blows up the oil wells . Do it soon Ghaddafi because time is running out !
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    Post  burgundia Sun Mar 20, 2011 4:44 am

    Since Gaddafi (of course according to the media)has threatened to attack military and civilian targets in the countries of the invaders, now any "terrorist" attack will be blamed on him. So Israel et al. can do whatever they want now.
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    Post  burgundia Sun Mar 20, 2011 4:55 am

    http://deadlinelive.info/2011/02/27/libya-scratching-beneath-the-surface/

    One week after the Day of Rage, and scratching beneath the surface of the myriad of events coming out of Libya, one week after we asked in this column Who or What is behind the “uprising” against Colonel Muammar Gathafi, the first answers begin to appear…and interesting ones they are.

    The Libyan “uprising” appeared a little strange from the beginning, due to the fact that it was presented as another wave of Middle East protest against corrupt regimes which held the people down, siphoned off the resources and put nothing back in return. While that was true in Tunisia and Egypt, where the “Revolutions” were concentrated in the capital cities, Libya’s centre of unrest was way out East in the tribal lands of Cyrenaica. Odd…


    [b]Cyrenaica is home to an extremely complex grouping of peoples and tribes, an ethnic reality so easily and quickly exploited in so many other areas of the Arab-speaking world. Around the second largest city in Libya, and capital of Cyrenaica, Benghazi, reside the Arafah, the Darsa, Abaydat, Barasa, Abiid, Awaqir, Fawakhir, Zuwayah, Mugharbah, Majabrah, Awajilah and Minifah.

    So question one is: Why didn’t the Libyan “uprising” start in the capital city, Tripoli, and why didn’t the “mainstream (bought) media” report the fact that this is not the first or second or third time that Benghazi has been the epicentre of ethnic tensions and separatism?

    Question two is why has there been an absence of reporting on colonel Gadhafi’s social welfare schemes, which if anything have made Libyans lazy and not destitute?

    Colonel Muammar Gathafi’s social and welfare programmes in Libya are far greater than those implemented in neighbouring countries. Modern infrastructures have sprung up in recent years which aim to attract investment and bring added wealth and sustainable development to the citizens of Libya; Gathafi’s literacy programme has seen universal education become reality and since he took power in 1969, the life expectancy of Libyan citizens has risen by twenty years while infant mortality has decreased sharply.

    Gathafi represents the control of Libya’s resources by Libyans and for Libyans; literacy reached ten per cent of the population when he came to power. Today it is around 90 per cent. Women, today, have rights and can go to school and get a job. The standard of living is around 100 times greater than it was under the rule of King Idris I. The conclusion, therefore, is that Gathafi’s Libya is a different ball game from Tunisia and Egypt.

    Question three is where the EnoughGaddafi.com posters and signs are coming from and why the webmaster from this “organization” is listed on Movements.org as the “Twitter” to be followed and question four is what the role of the US State Department is behind Movements.org. The answer to this question is that it helped launch the movement in 2008.

    Question five is what have the National Front for the Salvation of Libya (NFSL) and the National Conference for the Libyan Opposition (NCLO) been doing behind and scenes. The answer is a great deal and question six is where they are based. The answer is, respectively, in Washington and London. These organizations are coordinating teams of “information providers” operating deep within Libya. At another time, they would have been called saboteurs, terrorists and agents provocateurs.

    Question seven is what is NATO doing concentrated off the Libyan coast and is there any veracity in the allegations that this organization is illegally enforcing no-fly zones? If yes, this is an act of terrorism. And connected to this, do NATO personnel have any hand in the acts of sabotage and terrorism taking place within the country? Are the “mercenaries” all brought in by the Gathafi government or are they brought in from outside by elements wishing to destabilise Libya and to seize its oil? Are they perpetrating acts of sabotage and murder, just to blame events on the Gathafi administration? Are some of them special forces sent by the backers of NFSL and NCLO member groups?

    Question eight is why the Libyan Government news agency site, JANA, has been offline for three days: http://www.jananews.ly and who or what is behind this apparent act of cyber terrorism. This is a deliberate attempt to manipulate the news by those who attempt to try mass information and shape public opinion. Those who try to forge an independent path, like Al Jazeera, are soon assimilated as it is clear to see.

    Question nine is why the mainstream media announced loud and clear that Colonel Gathafi had fled the country, while he was all the time in Tripoli, and a lot of it in the streets among crowds of cheering supporters.

    Question ten is why the same media did not report on Gathafi’s direct appeal to the parents and elders to make sure their children were not caught up in a wave of vandalism, taking them off the streets and warning that the country has a penal code which includes the death penalty for acts of treason and terrorism against the State.

    Question eleven is what happened to the Libyan Ambassador in Washington, apparently blocked from attending the UN building while a carefully prepared aide took his place and gave a version of events which the Ambassador later denied.

    These questions and their answers do not provide an insight into Libya’s future because the fight at the moment is a pendulum which can swing either way. Reports in the mass media are of Colonel Gathafi losing more and more territory, while reports from inside Libya point towards the lines being clearly drawn and only some areas being temporarily held by rebels. In the absence of clear information, who knows where the truth lies?

    Time will tell, but these questions may help to document the events of the past week, giving an insight into the dark forces involved. For sure, they are not only from inside Libya.


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    Post  Sanicle Sun Mar 20, 2011 8:19 am

    Yes, someone else posted comments from (I think it was) Cuba saying how good Gadaffi has been for the people of Libya. He might be a bit crazy but it saddens me that he seems to have been genuinely looking after his people and yet the PTB have done this to him and them. Sickening. Mad
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    Post  burgundia Sun Mar 20, 2011 9:08 am

    Libya's government has begun distributing arms to more than one million people and will complete the operation within hours, the state news agency reported on Sunday.

    Jana news agency quoted sources in Libya's defense ministry as saying they "expected the operation to end in the next hours to arm more than a million men and women."
    http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/03/20/us-libya-weapons-jana-idUSTRE72J1Y020110320
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    Post  Sanicle Sun Mar 20, 2011 9:19 am

    THIS SUCKS!!!!

    Hundreds of Libyan civilians reportedly killed by US missile strikes against civilian owned cellular and internet service providers.

    The first wave of air strikes by the United States in the UN backed war of aggression against Libya have apparently not been directed at Gaddafi’s military. US Tomahawk missiles were launched by the US against civilian owned and operated cellular and Internet service provider buildings. Hundreds of civilians who work at these wireless communication companies have reportedly been killed or gravely wounded.

    The US is beginning their latest war of aggression against another oil rich country by wiping out the Libyan people’s communication to the outside World. The US government doesn’t want the World to see cell phone or Instant messaging images on CNN, NBC, ABC, MSN or Fox News of the slaughter being carried out by US forces against the civilian population of Libya. Former Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak was successfully ousted from power by the Egyptian people as a direct result of instant messaging services like Twitter, Facebook, and AIM. The US government would no longer have support for a war in Libya if instant messages were allowed to get out – images showing US missiles killing or displacing hundreds and eventually thousands of women and children.

    For the rest of the report: http://presscore.ca/2011/?p=1756
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    Post  enemyofNWO Sun Mar 20, 2011 10:45 am

    ADMIRAL MULLEN: Qaddafi Could Force A Stalemate By Attacking Western Cities

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    Admiral Mike Mullen acknowledged to CBS that western military operations could lead to a stalemate with Qaddafi, according to Reuters.


    This follows reports that Qaddafi has sent tanks and troops into the western city of Misrata, killing everything in their path. A rebel tells Al Jazeera: "There are so many casualties we cannot count them."

    Qaddafi has been able to launch ground attacks, despite the installation of a no-fly zone.

    END SNIP

    http://www.businessinsider.com/libya-sunday-march-20-2011-3


    The west has to be taught a lesson . What a better way to screw London , Paris and Rome ? Go for it Gaddafi ! Go !
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    Post  newel Sun Mar 20, 2011 11:49 am

    TRANCOSO wrote:Opening sample is of Louis Farrakhan (Nation Of Islam leader from 1977 to the present) addressing the 1985 'Saviours' Day' convention in Chicago on February 24, 1985 and introducing al-Gaddafi who attended via satellite video link:
    "We who are opressed love those who fight against oppression and the opressors.
    Brothers and sisters it is with great honour and privilege that I present to you the leader of the Intifada Revolution ... from Libya, our brother Muammar al-Gaddafi!"


    https://www.youtube.com/v/25yNeAXNrbo

    Mar 19, 2011 : Farrakhan Warns, Advises Obama on Libya
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sWRlYxKAGyw
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    Post  newel Sun Mar 20, 2011 12:08 pm

    Tarpley World Crisis Radio — 2011-Mar-19
    http://tarpley.net/audio/WCR-20110319.mp3
    or stream online:
    http://tarpley.net/world-crisis-radio/
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    Post  devakas Sun Mar 20, 2011 5:20 pm

    this should help to connect dots. this is very interesting. just look at the official logo for the project signed in a summit between Britain and France earlier. They were preparing since November and were prepared what is happening now... Suspect
    the innitiative to start by France is not surprise.

    Southern Mistral 2011

    http://www.southern-mistral.cdaoa.fr/GB/


    On November 02 2010, France and Great Britain signed an unprecedented agreement on defence and security.

    The Franco-British exercise Southern Mistral falls within the scope of this treaty. It is scheduled to take place from 21 to 25 March 2011 on several French air bases.



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    The peculiar Air Operations Command logo: the gladiator does not protect the bird of freedom, but entraps it in his net instead.

    source
    http://www.voltairenet.org/article168980.html
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    Post  newel Sun Mar 20, 2011 6:59 pm

    Muammar Gaddafi on Larry King in 2009: "9/11 Hi Jackers Were Trained In USA"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cbo5C_el5g0


    Whole interview:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LjNAGyMCEik
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    Post  TRANCOSO Sun Mar 20, 2011 8:10 pm

    'Limited war with specific objectives' is how they call the invasion of Libya.

    "...and now we're in it that (regime change) is the only goal we've got..." the 'FOXy' lady in this video assumes...

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    Post  TRANCOSO Sun Mar 20, 2011 8:20 pm

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    Post  mudra Mon Mar 21, 2011 2:17 am

    Libya: 'Air Strike Hits Gaddafi Compound'


    http://news.sky.com/skynews/Home/World-News/Video-Libya-Colonel-Gaddafi-Recommends-Armed-Forces-Call-An-Immediate-Ceasefire/Article/201103315956219?lpos=World_News_Carousel_Region_0&lid=ARTICLE_15956219_Video%2C_Libya%3A_Colonel_Gaddafi_Recommends_Armed_Forces_Call_An_Immediate_Ceasefire

    Niall Paterson, defence correspondent, and Natalie Fahy
    An air strike has destroyed an administrative building at Colonel Muammar Gaddafi's residential compound, according to reports.

    In an attack that carried as much symbolism as military effect, a cruise missile blasted a building near Gadhafi's iconic tent.

    It was not known where Gadhafi was at the time, but it seemed to show that while the allies trade nuances over whether his fall is a goal of their campaign - he is not safe.

    An Associated Press photographer escorted to the scene by the Libyan government said half of the round, three-story administration building was knocked down.

    Smoke rose from the building and pieces of the missile were scattered around the scene.

    About 300 Gadhafi supporters were in the compound at the time. It was not known if any were hurt.

    News of the strike came as the White House said it did not recognise a ceasefire called by Colonel Gaddafi, and anti-aircraft fire continued in the skies above Tripoli.

    The Libyan leader ordered armed forces to down weapons from 7.00pm, via a government spokesman at a press conference, but witnesses reported strong blasts and gunfire in Tripoli throughout the evening.

    A 10 Downing Street spokesman responded to the Libyan announcement, following a meeting of the National Security Council, saying: "Everyone will recall that in recent days Colonel Gaddafi declared a ceasefire which was promptly violated.

    "We said then we would judge him on his actions not his words - and we will do so again."

    As the second day of military action against Libya came to a close, it emerged that British forces had participated in a further night of military action, with Tomahawk missiles launched from a submarine in the Mediterranean.

    Nato has also failed to agree a plan on enforcing the no-fly zone over Libya due to objections on Turkey, while US Defence Secretary Robert Gates confirmed they expected to hand over control of the Libya mission in a "matter of days."

    A further development came from reports that the rebel death toll in the unrest had hit 8,000. Rebel leader Abdel Hafiz Ghoga said: "Our dead and martyrs number more than 8,000 killed."

    Earlier in the day, the Arab League criticised the military action, with the group's chief speaking out just a week after urging the United Nations to operate a no-fly zone on the North African state.

    However, Foreign Secretary William Hague later made it clear he believed the group fully backed the action taken by the coalition.

    Arriving at Downing Street for the National Security Council meeting, he confirmed he had spoken to the group's Secretary-General Amr Moussa.

    A statement from the Foreign Office supported Mr Hague's comments, saying that they would "continue to work with our Arab partners to enforce the resolution for the good of the Libyan people."

    Of the Arab states, only Qatar has openly supported the Western-led campaign and their planes are now moving into position near Libya.

    Sky sources confirm the United Arab Emirates is offering help but does not seek to publicise it.

    Military planners have so far said the operation was proceeding well.

    A defence source told Sky News: "We're happy with the way the operation went.

    "But we need to take stock of where we are, and give Gaddafi a little time to think about his future."

    Tension has appeared in domestic corridors of power as well as between the West and Arab worlds.

    The resolution rules out the use of occupying forces, but it allows the international community to use all necessary means to protect civilians.

    I believe we should all be confident that what we are doing is in a just cause and in our nation's interest

    Some have interpreted that to mean ground troops could be used.

    Evidence that allied air strikes have hit tanks and troops on the ground suggests that it is being interpreted as licence to exceed the bounds of what would normally constitute a no-fly zone, in effect establishing a 'no-conflict zone'.

    However, the MoD has ruled out any use of ground forces to enforce the resolution.

    The military action launched on Saturday is the first British involvement in what planners have codenamed Operation Ellamy, as part of a multinational effort.

    At least 112 coalition missiles targeted military assets near the capital, the city of Misratah and other strategic locations, while French planes fired the first shots, hitting regime tanks and armoured vehicles near Benghazi.

    CAMERON INSISTS MILITARY ACTION IS NECESSARY

    In response to the strikes, Colonel Gaddafi told Libyan state TV that the attacks "amounted to terrorism" and that Libyans would be armed to go out and fight in his name.

    Royal Air Force Tornado jets were deployed and fired Stormshadow missiles and a submerged Trafalgar class submarine on station fired Tomahawk land attack missiles.

    At least two Royal Navy surface vessels joined a 25-ship multinational force operating in the Mediterranean, blockading Libya, and capable of naval gunfire support.

    In London, Prime Minister David Cameron chaired a meeting of a new sub-committee of the National Security Council on Libya at which military chiefs provided the assessment of the military impact against Libyan air defences.

    After British forces launched operations Mr David Cameron said: "They are part of an international coalition that has come together to enforce the will of the United Nations and to support the Libyan people.

    "So what we are doing is necessary, it is legal, and it is right."

    It is the biggest Western-led military intervention in the Arab world since the controversial invasion of Iraq in 2003.

    Military planners hope that critically damaging Libyan air defences will help make easier enforcement of the no-fly zone.

    Some believe that Gaddafi forces may not be as loyal as previously thought, and that precision strikes on Libyan troops may be enough to persuade some to down their weapons.

    Yet it's not expected that the Libyan leader will choose this moment to step down - the question is how many more sleepless nights he can tolerate.

    But MoD top brass have spoken of a longer timeline.

    Major General John Lorimer said that Britain "will see this through for as long as it takes to get done."

    The military action comes after the UN-backed enforcement of the Libyan no-fly zone was approved last week.

    Other allied nations enforcing the UN Security Council resolution against the Gaddafi regime include the US, France, Italy, Canada and Belgium.

    A parachute (L) is ejected from a Libyan jet bomber as it crashes after being hit over Benghazi

    The pilot can be seen ejecting moments before the crash

    Sky's Lisa Holland, who is in Tripoli under the supervision of Libyan authorities, gained access to Col Gaddafi's compound in the heart of Tripoli when hostilities began.

    Holland witnessed fury turning to fear inside Col Gaddafi's Azizia Palace.

    Libya claimed 48 people have been killed in missile strikes, with more than 100 wounded, and state TV says two hospitals have been hit, but the reports have not been verified.

    A top US military official has said, however, that there have been no civilian casualties.

    The onslaught came after an emergency summit in Paris on Saturday agreed military action to enforce the UN resolution and authorised "any necessary measures" short of ground troops to defend Libyan civilians.

    Sky's Foreign Affairs Correspondent In Tripoli

    Col Gaddafi reacted with a brief statement by phone on Libyan state television, threatening force against targets in the Mediterranean.

    Russia has called on Britain, France and the US to stop air strikes against what it said were non-military targets in Libya, saying the attacks had caused civilian casualties.

    :: Two Agence France-Presse journalists have been reported missing in Libya, where they were covering the conflict around Tobruk. A photographer from Getty Images who was with them is also missing.

    See videos at the link : http://news.sky.com/skynews/Home/World-News/Video-Libya-Colonel-Gaddafi-Recommends-Armed-Forces-Call-An-Immediate-Ceasefire/Article/201103315956219?lpos=World_News_Carousel_Region_0&lid=ARTICLE_15956219_Video%2C_Libya%3A_Colonel_Gaddafi_Recommends_Armed_Forces_Call_An_Immediate_Ceasefire

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