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ISIS: Mandanti, registi e attori del “terrorismo” internazionale [by Paolo Sensini]

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Terrorismo e Isis: da tempo sui mezzi d’informazione non si parla d’altro, anche in seguito agli ultimi attentati in alcune capitali europee. Concetti declinati in tutte le maniere possibili e immaginabili, soprattutto riferendosi alle guerre combattute nel Vicino e Medio Oriente.

Ma conosciamo tutta la verità? Abbiamo davvero tutte le informazioni per esprimere un giudizio preciso? Quelle che leggiamo sui giornali o ascoltiamo in tv corrispondono alla realtà dei fatti oppure sono menzogne? È possibile che gli uomini di governo dell’occidente stiano sfruttando il terrorismo, che non cessano di calunniare come se fosse l’origine di tutti i mali, per ottenere un potere straordinario nei confronti della società?

CHE COS’È DUNQUE IL COSIDDETTO TERRORISMO INTERNAZIONALE (AL-QA’IDA, ISIS, JABHAT AL-NUSRA, BOKO HARAM, AL-SHABAAB, ETC.)? MA, SOPRATTUTTO, CHI NE TRAE BENEFICIO?

Sono queste le domande fondamentali a cui il libro diPaolo Sensini, dopo aver vagliato un’imponente mole di materiali e documenti originali, risponde per la prima volta in maniera esaustiva e completa. Continue reading

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Seymour Hersh states: H. Clinton approved sending Libya’s sarin-gas to mercenary-gangs in Syria

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The great investigative journalist Seymour Hersh, in two previous articles in the London Review of Books («Whose Sarin?» and «The Red Line and the Rat Line») has reported that the Obama Administration falsely blamed the government of Syria’s Bashar al-Assad for the sarin gas attack that Obama was trying to use as an excuse to invade Syria; and Hersh pointed to a report from British intelligence saying that the sarin that was used didn’t come from Assad’s stockpiles.

Hersh also said that a secret agreement in 2012 was reached between the Obama Administration and the leaders of Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar, to set up a sarin gas attack and blame it on Assad so that the US could invade and overthrow Assad.

For the first time, Hersh has implicated Hillary Clinton directly in this «rat line». In an interview with Alternet.org, Hersh was asked about the then-US-Secretary-of-State’s role in the Benghazi Libya US consulate’s operation to collect weapons from Libyan stockpiles and send them through Turkey into Syria for a set-up sarin-gas attack, to be blamed on Assad in order to ‘justify’ the US invading Syria, as the US had invaded Libya to eliminate Gaddafi. Continue reading

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27 March 2016, Syrian Armed Forces and their Allies retake Palmyra from Daesh: Summary and Synthesis of the Events


Syrian government forces have retaken the ancient city of Palmyra and its residential areas from Daesh (ISIS). The Syrian armed forces now aim to use the desert city as a ‘launchpad’ to expand operations against the terrorist group: Raqqa and Deir Ezzour will be the next targets to be freed from foreign mercenaries and terrorists.


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American and foreign mercenary-pilots […in the pay of Qatar and Turkey…] are at work in Libya from a long time already…

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[submitted thanks to a friend of Jamahiriya]

THE HISTORY OF A FOREIGN MERCENARY PILOT IN LIBYA
Frederick Joseph Schroeder, a U.S. pilot, is working as a mercenary pilot in Libya.

According to a magazine story he is working for a company based out of Qatar, flying combat missions in Libya.

He is currently living on a military base in Benghazi, flying combat missions.

His Linkedin profile confirms that he is flying Mirages in Libya.

The photos of him in uniform, standing next to his plane (imprinted with the flag with the colors of the colonial Libya, the rat’s colors), are also on his own Facebook posts.

As far as we know, this is a war crime. Continue reading

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The recolonisation of Libya

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Failing to place the ‘Veto’ [for the ‘No Fly Zone’ over Libya] to the UN Security Council was one of the most serious and inexcusable errors of modern Russia. (SFP-WP Newsroom)
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To those who believe that the colonial era is over, the examples of Iraq, Libya and Syria exist to prove them wrong. In 2001, the United States decided – in the logic of the ’War on Terror’ – to attack these three countries and a few others. Certainly, the wars against Tripoli and Damascus did not break out until ten years later, the time necessary to deprive these states of their defences, and to build international coalitions in order to mask colonial objectives as humanitarian operations. Let’s look again at the case of Libya.

In the ambiguous comedy played out in the little theatre of politics, lead actor Renzi proclaimed that in Libya «Italy will play its part» – and as soon as the Pentagon said that Italy will assume the role of «guide», he declared – «Italy’s military mission in Libya is not the order of the day» – whereas in reality, it has already begun, with special forces that the Parliament has placed under the orders of the Prime Minister.

In order to appropriate Libyan oil and territory, NATO, under US command, launched the campaign against Kadhafi, in which the Italian «left-wing opposition» played a major part.

The Libyan state was therefore demolished by war and by attacks from the interior by special forces and terrorist groups. The resulting social disaster, which has created more victims than the war itself, especially among the immigrants, opened the door for the reconquest and sharing of Libya. What is Italy now marching into, as it stamps on the Constitution and revisits its colonial past? Continue reading

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The Libya That No Longer Exists (1969 – 2011)

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Submitted by The Burning Blogger of Bedlam [thanks].

In 2008 or 2009, the BBC made a documentary on life inside Libya: I remember it because I watched it at the time of its broadcast. Up until the beginning of 2011, that video was available on You Tube.
Once the international community had made up its mind – after years of back and forth – that Gaddafi was ‘evil’ and a war had to be waged on Libya, all versions of the documentary were removed from the web.

The documentary, as I recall it, was a fairly positive evaluation of Gaddafi’s government, life inside Libya and the state of the nation. It reflected the new light Libya was being viewed in after years of being regarded as a ‘pariah state’ by the West.
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You can now also download (for free) my book, ‘THE LIBYA CONSPIRACY: A Definitive Guide to the Libya Intervention & the Crime of the Century’, for the full, comprehensive story and exhaustive analysis of the 2011 international conspiracy. The book is available in all formats…ALL LINKS AT THE PAGE… … … Continue reading

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Libya under Gaddafi … and … what’s left of Libya today

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Libya Under Gaddafi
[submitted by Ridiculousman.com: thanks]

Much has been said about Muammar Gaddafi, whether lies or truth we may never know but there are certain facts and changes that happened in Libya under his rule and its very essential that we must know about them. As it is the best way to judge anybody is to see what he did when he was in power:

• Before he threw the previous monarchy, of King Idris, leading a bloodless coup, the literacy rate in Libya was 25% which under him went upto 87%. As on today 25% of Libyan’s have a university degree and 15% have advanced degrees.

• Education and medical treatments were free in Libya. If Libyans were not able to find the education or medical facilities they need in Libya, the government funded them to go abroad and also provided $2,300/month accommodation.

• Electricity was provided free to all its citizen.

• Housing was considered a human right in Libya and Gaddafi vowed that his parents would not get a house until every Libyan had his own home.

• Banks in Libya were state owned and loan was given to its citizens at 0% interest rate by law.

• Libya had no external debt and its reserves amounted to $150 billion which is now frozen globally.

• Gaddafi carried out the world’s largest irrigation project, known as the ‘Great Man-made River’ project, to make water readily available throughout the desert country. It costed around $27billion.

• A portion of Libyan oil sale was credited directly to the bank account of all Libyan citizens.

• If a Libyan was unable to get employment after graduation the state gave him/her a salary until an employment was found.

• Should any Libyan wanted to take up farming career, they used to receive farming land, a farming house, equipment, seeds and livestock to kick-start their farms, all for free.

• All newly-weds In Libya received around $50,000 by the government to buy their own apartment, so to help start a family.

• A mother who gave birth to a child received $5,000.

• 40 loaves of bread in Libya costed $0.15.

• If a person bought (there is no word ‘buys’) a new car in Libya, government subsidised 50% of the price.

• The profit on oil belonged to the people and not to Rothschild’s BP and Rockefeller’s Standard Oil.

• Richest in Africa with the highest living standard and at one time – GDP per capita $11,314 higher than Japan, Libya was known as the ‘Switzerland of the Middle East’.

• Woman in Libya had equal rights, not only in mere theory, but also in practice. However, under the Shariah-Law-based ‘Transitional National Council’ this has changed quickly now.

• Libyans had a direct participatory democracy based on People’s Conference that put other so called ‘democracies’ to shame.

• Being an Islamic country Libya was the only one in North Africa and the whole world where fundamentalist and radicals were not accepted at all.

• Gaddafi planned to introduce a single African currency made from gold, which would have eradicated the US$ and Euro as trade currencies for Africa, in consequence freeing them from the bullies like Rothschild.
…read the full article… Continue reading

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Libya: From Africa’s Wealthiest Democracy under Gaddafi, to US-NATO Sponsored Terrorist Haven

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EDITORIAL STATEMENT: October (2011), marks the four-year anniversary of the disappearance of Libya’s leader, Muammar Gaddafi, and the decline into chaos of one of Africa’s greatest nations.
The position of this network is (and always was) that brother Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, born the 7 June 1942, never physically died: he is alive, he will live forever in the hearts of millions of people in Libya, in Africa and in the whole world, and will remain forever the worst nightmare for Libya’s enemies, that one after the other will be overwhelmed by their evil actions, and by themselves and between themselves each other they will be eliminated and eternally damned.
(the editorial team)

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Contrary to popular belief, Libya, which western media routinely described as “Gaddafi’s military dictatorship” was in actual fact one of the world’s most democratic States.

Under Gaddafi’s unique system of direct democracy, traditional institutions of government were disbanded and abolished, and power belonged to the people directly through various committees and congresses.

Far from control being in the hands of one man, Libya was highly decentralized and divided into several small communities that were essentially “mini-autonomous States” within a State. These autonomous States had control over their districts and could make a range of decisions including how to allocate oil revenue and budgetary funds. Within these mini autonomous States, the three main bodies of Libya’s democracy were Local Committees, Basic People’s Congresses and Executive Revolutionary Councils.

The Basic People’s Congress (BPC), or Mu’tamar shaʿbi asāsi was essentially Libya’s functional equivalent of the House of Commons in the United Kingdom or the House of Representatives in the United States. However, Libya’s People’s Congress was not comprised merely of elected representatives who discussed and proposed legislation on behalf of the people; rather, the Congress allowed all Libyans to directly participate in this process. Eight hundred People’s Congresses were set up across the country and all Libyans were free to attend and shape national policy and make decisions over all major issues including budgets, education, industry, and the economy. Continue reading

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Flashback to 2011: British press glorifies savage assassination of President Gaddafi by NATO’s mercenaries

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EDITORIAL STATEMENT: October (2011), marks the four-year anniversary of the disappearance of Libya’s leader, Muammar Gaddafi, and the decline into chaos of one of Africa’s greatest nations.
The position of this network is (and always was) that brother Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, born the 7 June 1942, never physically died: he is alive, he will live forever in the hearts of millions of people in Libya, in Africa and in the whole world, and will remain forever the worst nightmare for Libya’s enemies, that one after the other will be overwhelmed by their evil actions, and by themselves and between themselves each other they will be eliminated and eternally damned.
(the editorial team)

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Flashback to 2011: British press glorifies savage assassination of President Gaddafi by NATO’s mercenaries
compiled by Cem Ertür, for Indybay, 22 October 2015

The sheer euphoria of the entire British press over President Muammar Gaddafi’s savage assassination by NATO’s mercenaries on the 8th month of the genocidal invasion of Libya betrayed an absolute moral bankruptcy of the predatory imperialist alliance of NATO countries, Arab monarchies and Israel. Continue reading

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Humanitarians for War on Libya, Syria… Exposed … [Chlorine Gas, No Fly Zone, AVAAZ, White Helmets, HRW, PHR, Amnesty…and more…]

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~ PART 1 & PART 2 ~

~ Part 1 of this article (31 March 2015) documented the campaign by Avaaz and others for a “No Fly Zone” in Syria and contrasted the promises with the consequences in Libya.

~ Part 2 (3-5 April 2015) examines the allegations of chlorine gas attacks in Syria, what various organizations are doing and saying and where major violations of international law are occurring.

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A massive campaign in support of foreign intervention against Syria is underway. The goal is to prepare the public for a “No Fly Zone” enforced by US and other military powers. This is how the invasion of Iraq began. This is how the public was prepared for the US/NATO air attack on Libya.

The results of western ‘regime change’ in Iraq and Libya have been disastrous. Both actions have dramatically reduced the security, health, education and living standards of the populations, created anarchy and mayhem, and resulted in the explosion of sectarianism and violence in the region. Now the Western/NATO/Israeli and Gulf powers, supported by major intervention-inclined humanitarian organizations, want to do the same in Syria. Is this positive or a repeat of past disasters?

Major non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in the campaign include Avaaz, Physicians for Human Rights (PHR), “White Helmets” also known as “Syria Civil Defence, “The Syria Campaign” , Amnesty International etc.. These campaigns are well funded and in accord with the efforts of John McCain, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and others who are explicit in wanting “regime change” in Syria. Turkey continues to press for the No Fly Zone as the US and Turkey launch another round of training “moderate rebels” at bases in Turkey… … … Continue reading

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Obama’s rats in Libya are trying to send mustard gas to their Obama’s cannibal brothers in Syria

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~ Jamahiriya News ~ 28 February 2014 ~ The commander of the Libyan ‘Desert Legion’, Brigadier General Mansour Mozainy, has revealed that some Libyan mercenaries tried to send a shipment of mustard gas to their brothers, the Obama’s cannibals, in Syria … Continue reading