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Modern Day Libya's Future...

Libya has been split and the West is acting dumbfounded as to why they failed. The Western press has been silent about what is happening in Libya, in fact they are literally ignoring what is happening. As we in the West think: Surly all Libyans were unhappy with Gaddafi and they would all hug each other in joy after he was assassinated by the West… (God Bless The West!)

But this latest occurrence has forced the West to print whether they want to or not…

Well: Cyrenaica, the eastern region of Libya, has elected a regional congress and officially declared autonomy from the capital city of Tripoli. Thousands of major tribal leaders and militia commanders attended a celebratory ceremony in the region’s center Benghazi. The congress stated that Cyrenaica had suffered decades of marginalization under the ouster ruler Muammar Gaddafi. Now the oil-rich region extending from the coastal city of Sirte to Egyptian border is taking its fortunes into its own hands…

Next in line is Fezzan and of-course Tripolitania is a given…

The tribes are fighting a bloody civil war in Libya and this has been going on non stop since Western interference. It only gets worse from here on out…

Congratulations Western Empire…

Kyle
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PS: Soon Libya will be an autonomy group of country “Wanna Be’s” – Lets hope this does not happen. But if the UN acknowledges the first attempt in anyway, then the other tribes will follow like a water stream…

Last night I received a slew of comments on the e-mail system. I expected to be slandered all over the place as I usually am. I had in mind just to delete them all and say Oops…

I was wrong and totally amazed at the compassion and sadness at the way Gaddafi was treated in his final minutes…

Many cried…

Many worried…

Many were angry along with that sadness…

Here is one I received:

The silence is Deafening.
I wonder if anyone will ever end that silence?
Fairness, Justice and Freedom have become Dirty Words.

Every human being knows in their hearts and in their minds that something is terribly wrong in the world. You don’t even have the Freedom to Speak Out, or even Question what you see anymore.
For without doing those, you all give them your Consent.
Events have evolved outside the Control of the Individual, whom is now powerless to do anything but Watch.

So remember those Dirty Words.
They Died Forever Today.

Mike

The one thing that was common with them all was the fact that we (West) were suppose to be happy about this occasion and many seemed taken back by it all. It was if a realization slammed home to millions and millions of people all at the same time, Law and Order is gone from the world agenda. Democracy and the Rule of Law no longer go hand in hand…

Not a single derogatory comment was sent to me. Not a single, “I hate you or you should die.” comment was spat my way…

No one will ever contend that Gaddafi was a saint but when he was killed it was with a gasp from the people in the world. We have been told from day one that Gaddafi was to be held accounted for his crimes. We believed that and even though we all knew it would be his death. We all expected him to be brought to trial and then everything that Gaddafi had knowledge of would be put on the table. Good or bad for the Western world we did not care, We only knew that Gaddafi had information that can put light on much corruption in the world…

We wanted an ending to why the West stuck its nose into Libya. We want why months before all this started he was met with open arms and hugged by all of our great pathetic leaders. We wanted real answers and those answers would come by a court system that was prided on being the Rule of Law…

We were told that this was not about killing Gaddafi…

I have to put a statement by Lew Rockwell in at this time:

It wasn’t only Hillary, Obama, Bush, and the rest of the power elite that cheered the murder of Gaddafi today. CNN showed the tape of his being beaten bloody before he was shot in the head, again and again and again, for our delectation. It was a tribal killing, ordered by the US, and savored by the establishment as well as the perps. He was a dictator, but more so than Obama? More so than the fundamentalists the US has brought to power, so as to cause chaos? As in Iraq, ethnic and religious minorities may look back on the dictator’s rule as a golden age. This isn’t a bunch of classical liberals who’ve come to power. Certainly anything that has Hillary–who looks more and more like one of the Three Witches every day–chortling over blood and scheming for more, can’t be good news.  Lew Rockwell

As I have said before. The West has no respect for the rest of the world. Just look at Libya now. Look at what we considered a proper choice to run Libya. May God help us for stepping where we should never have gone…

I want to thank all for the e-mails I got. They were heart warming and gave me hope that people are really good inside after all. It looks like we have created another Martyr out of Gaddafi just like we did out of Ben laden. We truly are ignominious…

Kyle Keeton
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PS: President Barack Obama hailed the lifting of the “dark tyranny” over Libya after the new government confirmed Muammar Gaddafi had been killed, issuing a warning to other dictators in the Middle East – and particularly Syria – that they could be next…

The appearance on camera early on Tuesday of Seif al-Islam, son and one time heir-apparent of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, appears to defy earlier claims made by the International Criminal Court and leaders of Libya’s National Transitional Council that he had been detained by rebel forces.
Rebel leader Mustafa Abdel-Jalil had said on Monday that three of Gaddafi’s sons had been captured, including Seif…

Interesting! That was the most truth we have heard for two days about Libya…

Kyle Keeton
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Paris is carrying out talks with Muammar Gaddafi. The son of the Libyan leader Saif al-Islam said in his interview for the Algerian newspaper El Khabar that the authorities of his country are negotiating with the French government and not with the regime’s opponents. Paris indirectly confirms its contacts with Gaddafi. The French Defence Minister says that it is time for the participants in the Libyan conflict to start talks.

In his interview Saif al-Islam quotes the words of the French President to the Libyan envoy. To put it in a nutshell, the Interim National Council (the rebels’ government) was established by the West. The rebels could not survive without the support, money and weapons they get from outside. They will be forced to cease fire after France comes to an agreement with Tripoli.

Similar declarations from Paris sounded several hours before the interview for El Khabar came out. French Defence Minister Gerard Longuet declared that NATO would stop its bombings as soon as the Libyans started a dialogue between each other and their soldiers returned to the barracks.

Information about talks between the Libyan government and the rebels came in the past as well: representatives of both parties mentioned talks either in Italy, or in Egypt, or in Norway. It is not as if the Libyan authorities took an implacable position – even Muammar Gaddafi declared that he was ready for reforms. This means that the stumbling block is the future of the leader of Jamahiriya, pointed out Yuri Rubinsky, the head of the Centre of French Studies at the Institute of Europe of the Russian Academy of Sciences in his interview for The Voice of Russia:

“French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe made a hint that demands for Gaddafi’s dismissal remain. At the same time, the French also said that Gaddafi should stay “next door”: near power but not in power. Thus, Gaddafi has a chance of staying in case of a slow political settlement.”

France and the USA have never agreed on Libya from the very beginning. France was the main initiator of the sanctions and later the military campaign in Libya. At that time the USA mostly kept silent, not wishing to be involved in a new Iraq or Afghanistan. The USA unwillingly headed the allied operation and shifted the command to NATO at the first opportunity. Now that France is ready for peace the White House policy has suddenly become tough. And France, as is known, is ready to promise the colonel certain guarantees: unfreezing some of his and his family’s bank accounts and helping him to avoid the Hague tribunal if he steps down peacefully. The Libyan leader may even be allowed to remain in his native country.

Recall that at the G8 summit in Deauville in May the leaders came to an agreement that there is no room for Gaddafi in the new Libya. At the same time Moscow has repeatedly confirmed its opinion that the Libyan people should determine the future of their country, the authorities and the opposition should start talks. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said recently that it is naive to hope that if Gaddafi leaves everyone will surrender to the opposition. There is no alternative to talks.

Original Source: http://english.ruvr.ru/2011/07/11/53084731.html

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The Russian press has lots of news about Libya. 90% of it is contradictory to the main Western news. The Eastern news from China and Russia both are telling a whole different story about what is happening in Libya. In fact the Western propaganda is being shot full of holes daily and it has become a joke in the East about the trust and reliability of NATO and all who are part of it. The Italian rebuke of the happenings in Libya are stemming back to the story that you will read below. The Italians now know that Libya is unjustly being bombed to death and the world watches from the sideline while the Western Empire acts like God and crushes a bug that refuses to die…

The Libyans entirely support Muammar Gaddafi – well-known Italian documentary film maker Fluvio Grimaldi has debunked the main myth about the situation in Jamahiriya.

“The Ambassador to Rome turned out to be one of the few high-ranking Libyans who happily sided with the strong partner. “If you want a visa to Benghazi you will get it in no time. If you want to go to Tripoli there will be no visa for you’, the Embassy declared. I joined a group of British peace-makers who also wanted to know the truth about what’s going on in that country,” Grimaldi writes.

The expedition flew to Tunisia from where it proceeded to Libya by land. The itinerary was prompted by the western press – the group visited places where the situation was especially difficult, according to the media.

In Tripoli the foreign visitors were controlled by young functionaries of the current regime appointed to stay with the group. However, Grimaldi and his fellow-travelers were allowed to stop in any place and talk to anyone on any subject. This was a freedom unavailable to journalists accredited in Benghazi.

National unity and firm resolution to defend their country was what impressed the group most of all. School lessons have not stopped for a second, and now schools also provide additional training how to use weapons. This training is both for boys and girls. The so-called human shields, which are in essence cannon fodder, turned out to be voluntary units. Cities on the Mediterranean coast, ravaged and cut off by Gaddafi’s troops, according to the western media, in reality are very picturesque places with a good water supply system and strong agriculture. In any allegedly oppressed city, people told the Italian journalist that they heard about Muammar Gaddafi’s tyranny from their relatives and friends abroad, and a real disaster came only when NATO bombings began with the aim of protecting the people. Each interview, Fluvio Grimaldi says, gradually destroyed the western story of the horrible aggression of the Libyan leader.

The local Catholic church has become a place of pilgrimage. Muslim women visit the Roman priest every day and ask him to tell the world the truth about the situation in the country. The Libyans asked Grimaldi’s group to do the same.

The Libyan citizens have already been voluntarily defending their country for six months. The local people say that the army is doing its best to talk the civilian population out of taking part in the hostilities. The local people do not look like intimidated illiterate scamps, on the contrary, Grimaldi pointed out the dignity and honor of their bearing.

It has been mentioned before as well that the situation in Libya is not as black as Obama and his NATO allies are trying to paint it. However, now that the US Senate has given Obama permission to extend the operation in Libya for another year and the coalition is persistently looking for the proof of Gaddafi’s bloody crimes, an eye-witness’ report is very appropriate.

http://english.ruvr.ru/2011/06/22/52254887.html

Now you know how Italians have learned the truth. Someone of respect went there and saw the truth with his own eyes. Including some British people…

It is sad that we are doing this to Libya. Literally all Western press is propaganda puppets to stimulate the war in Libya…

But I forgot you all really do not care…

But I do care…

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The head of the political department of the United Russia party Aleksei Chadayev has sent in his resignation from the post, after he criticized Russia’s official stance on situation in Libya in his personal blog. He strongly criticized Russia’s official stance on Libya, saying that joining the international community in condemnation of Muammar Gaddafi is a mistake that could eventually “cost President Medvedev his political future”…

Hummm…

The lines are being drawn and being crossed and most that I see, really dislike most policies that are being instigated right now. Instead of making things better it seems to be causing turmoil and flight of capital and personnel from the rich in Russia…

Experts tend to link the recent capital flight from Russia to President Dmitry Medvedev. Outflows from the Russian rich intensified after the September 28 firing of Yury Luzhkov, Moscow’s mayor for 18 years, according to Alexei Moiseyev, chief economist at VTB Capital. Officials who were concerned that his ouster might prompt more dismissals or a crackdown on corruption sent their money out of Russia, Moiseyev told Bloomberg in an interview.

Then…

Vladimir Mau, the rector of the Russian Academy of National Economy, who also advises the government’s anti-crisis commission, said that more than just money is leaving Russia en masse. “Not just money, but top managers themselves are fleeing with their children, who are sent to study abroad,” Mau said. “Faith in the future of the Russian economy has been reduced to zero, and this is exemplified in the behavior of the rich.”

Another Hummm… (Is that what Medvedev wants?)

Gotta love Russia…

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RUSSIA

* In a rare faceoff with Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, President Dmitry Medvedev said on Monday he stood by Moscow’s decision not to veto the UN Security Council resolution on Libya

* The production of ballistic missile systems in Russia will double starting in 2013, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said

* Russia will not participate in any operations in regard to the no-fly zone in Libya, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said

* Germany’s BASF signed a memorandum of understanding with Russia’s gas giant Gazprom to enter the South Stream pipeline project

* A delegation from the International Olympic Committee (IOC) arrived in Russia’s Black Sea resort city of Sochi on Monday to inspect the country’s preparations for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games

* A missile production plant in southern Siberia has produced enough Bulava ballistic missiles to complete its tests and arm the first Borey class strategic submarine, Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Ivanov said

* Russia will invest 3 trillion rubles ($100 bln) in the development of the country’s defense industry in the next decade, Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Ivanov said

* Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has fired six police generals, the Kremlin press service said

* All air defense regiments in the Russian Armed Forces will be equipped with advanced S-400 Triumf and Pantsir-S missile systems by 2020, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said

* The use of military force against the civilian population in Libya is unacceptable, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said

* Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has appointed senior senator Mikhail Margelov special presidential envoy for cooperation with Africa, the Kremlin said

* Moscow police detained five people on Sunday for organizing an unauthorized St. Patrick’s Day Parade

WORLD

* The international coalition has implemented a no-fly zone above Libya and averted “a bloody massacre in Benghazi,” British Prime Minister David Cameron sai

* One of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi’s sons died in a Tripoli hospital of suffering severe burn wounds, a German website reported

* Libya’s temporary defense committee accused “other parties” of violating a ban on military operations in the country, JANA news agency reported citing the committee’s statement

* Norway sent six F-16 Falcon fighters to join the UN-authorized military operation against Muammar Gaddafi’s regime in Libya, the Norwegian NRK television and radio broadcasting station said on its website

* Supporters of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi attacked UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon in Cairo on Monday, the Agence France Presse news agency reported

* Workers at Japan’s crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant were evacuated on Monday after reactor No. 3 emitted a cloud of gray smoke, Kyodo reported, citing plant operator Tokyo Electric Power Co.

* The devastating earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan 10 days ago may cost the country’s economy $235 billion, or 4% of GDP, the World Bank said in a report

Muammar GaddafiResidents in Russia’s Western Siberian city of Novosibirsk staged a rally on Wednesday in support of Libyan strongman, Muammar Gaddafi. The protesters carried anti-NATO posters along with ones supporting Gaddafi, and tore up a NATO flag at the climax of the rally.
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by Balayeva Yelena

Britain may lead a military operation against Col.Muammar Gaddafi. Prime Minister David Cameron is demonstrating a profound insight into the situation in the Middle East and a zealous support for austerity sanctions or even a military invasion of Libya.

David Cameron has been dubbed “Blair’s heir” for the tough foreign policy he borrowed from Tony Blair, who without blinking an eye backed the US military campaign against Iraq. Now, Mr.Cameron is ready to lead a campaign against Libya.

Top British strategists are concerned over Cameron’s transformation into a belligerent leader after his crucial role in slashing defense spending and setting the deadline for troops withdrawal from Afghanistan. Now, he is in daily contact with the US president to secure the resignation of Muammar Gaddafi. And encouraged by David Cameron, the EU’s Foreign Minister Baroness Ashton is meeting with NATO officials to discuss a no-fly zone over Libya.  Read More >>>

http://english.ruvr.ru/2011/03/11/47248618.html

Boy I have to tell you that the West is frothing at the bit to attack Libya…

This could have all been solved and placated a week ago. By talking it out…

The leash may break at any second. I would say when they get enough firepower in place it will happen. The West has been exceptionally quiet today on the news about Libya. That means something if you just think…

Maybe if enough of us keep pointing at the West the West will settle down and think about its mistakes in all this…

“One month ago [Western countries] were sooo nice, so nice like pussycats,” Saif says in a contemptuous sing-song tone. “Now they want to be really aggressive like tigers. [But] soon they will come back, and cut oil deals, contracts. We know this game.” (Link)

From Saif al-Islam

Hummm! That gives you something to think about…


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