Hoewel de Arabische Lente in Libië uitliep op een stortbui van NATO-bommen, kraaien de media Victorie voor de Al Qaida-rebellen, terwijl McCain in de VS de passie preekt. Hij wil eerst Syrië nog even bevrijden en dan Iran, daarna worden ook Rusland en China bevrijd. In Syrië rommelt het al een poosje, maar er is nu een Transitional Counsel in de maak. In Egypte is men bevrijd van Mubarak, maar er heerst een militair bewind dat braaf verkiezingen belooft die niet mogen worden gewonnen door de Moslim Broederschap, want Israël muss sein en Palestina blijft een concentratiekamp. Intussen verzamelt Gaddafi de tegenkrachten en op 19 september a.s. vergadert de VN eindelijk weer. Kom er maar in, AFRICOM!


De Derde Wereldoorlog is nogal kostbaar en Rusland en China willen niet meedoen. Het initiatief ligt bij de NATO, het spel is verzonnen in het Pentagon en wordt enthousiast gespeeld in Washington en Brussel. Het doel is de bevrijding van de bevolking van Afrika tot Afghanistan. Moskou en Peking kijken toe vanaf de zijlijn. Het plan is al lang bekend, iedereen weet het! Maar wie zegt er wat van?

Generaal Wesley Clark op 3 oktober 2007:

‘We want Syria & Iran’: US in-your-face revolution plans
Geüpload door RussiaToday op 14 sep 2011

Washington has strongly backed the Libyan opposition since a revolutionary wave engulfed the state. It’s now equally enthusiastic in its support AGAINST Syria’s President Bashar Al-Assad. But the concern is whether America’s decision to take sides could backfire on its closest Middle East ally – Israel. RT’s Gayane Chichakyan looks at the possible repercussions of U.S. policy.
Israel’s strained relations with Turkey and Egypt threaten to leave it dangerously isolated from the whole region. A situation made even more delicate by the upcoming decision at the UN on whether to grant the Palestinians statehood. RT talks to Dr. Ayman Salama, professor of international law and member of the Egyptian Council of Foreign Affairs.

Arab Misfire: Way to ‘democracy’ paved by Muslim Brotherhood?
Geüpload door RussiaToday op 14 sep 2011

For the past few months, the world has seen America’s staunch backing for the uprisings in North Africa and the Middle East. Libyan rebels and Syria’s opposition have been treated to platitudes about spreading freedom and democracy.
However the most recent remarks by the Secretary of State suggest the US is realizing it may have made a bad situation worse. Also, among the uprisings backed by Washington was the revolution in Egypt, where the Muslim Brotherhood is now threatening mass protests and new martyrs if parliamentary elections are postponed. For more on what’s ahead for Egypt, RT talks to Zvi Mazel, who’s a former Israeli ambassador to the country.

‘US biggest supporter of religious intolerance’

Intussen in Libië:

Libyan Resistance: Summary, 13. 09. 2011

Libyan Resistance: Summary, 14. 09. 2011, Dr. Moussa Ibrahim

Libyan Resistance: Summary, 15. 09. 2011

Geüpload door ingsoc2012 op 12 sep 2011

Sunday, 11.09.2011 – 08:44
A Libyan Army brigade, under the command of Colonel Khamis Qaddafi, launched an attack in Zauli. Zauli [or a plant inside Zauli] is now under the control of the army, as well as volunteers and patriots. An August 20th attack on the airport and military base, Maitiga, which is 8 kilometers from Tripoli and its main airport, led to the capture of 20 NATO rebels. Ten members of British intelligence were killed. The London Independent reported that the Libyan army fired at the front line, to the south of Tripoli.

Sunday, 11.09.2011 – 15:30
(In the previous report from Russia, you saw that the cities of Bin Walid and Sirte remained under the firm control of the popular resistance, even after sustaining a fierce attack during the daytime on September 10th.) That night, NATO returned and used mustard gas against the defenders and civilians of Bin Walid, a violation of war conventions.

The report speculates that NATO will now blame Gaddafi for using mustard gas. Of course, NATO has already violated conventions of war by using white phosphoros and bombs made of depleted uranium. The Russian source did not mention what was the outcome, in Bin Walid, after the use of the mustard gas.

NATO has used the mustard gas as a desperate act, realizing that it has totally failed to subdue Libya, and also realizing that NATO’s mandate soon runs out. And NATO wants to be able to announce that it has captured a number of towns. NATO may use more illegal techniques as the September 19th date of 6 months of bombing Libya approaches.

Contrary to predictions by NATO, the resistance by Libyans against NATO aggression is increasing. Libyans will avenge the invaders for the torture and deaths of family members.

Sunday, 11.09.2011 – 16:35

Tripoli. Residents were chanting Allah-u-Akbar (God is Great) after the destruction of “NATO rebels” as they call them, in several ambushes throughout the city.

Bani Walid. The NATO rebels were not able to surround Bani Walid because a large number of volunteers came armed with small arms and RPGs. They were supported by the Warfala Tribe. The Libyan Army captured three rebels and killed their leader.

Benghazi. The brave supporters of Muammar Gaddafi and the Libyan Jamahiriya held a demonstration, waving green flags. The demonstrations took place in several areas: Kovifiya, Ras Abid Al Slimane, and Juliana. The NATO-rebels have no power to stop these demonstrations, but tried to do so by opening fire, and killing several people.

LIBYA RESISTANCE 14.09.2011 Moussa Ibrahim Speaks. Gaddafi Army
Geüpload door ingsoc2012 op 14 sep 2011

Russian site gives a report, concerning the war in Libya. There are Russians and other foreign citizens some with military experience, in Libya who are offering solidarity with the African nation which has faced many massacres, and non-stop bombing by the US-European “NATO” alliance.

Libya has held out single-handed and entered the ranks of world military history by its resistance under clear skies, with no air defenses and six months on non-stop cruise missiles, bombs, and now also chemical weapons and the cutting of water and food to entire cities by NATO-rebels.

The Russian site reports that a detachment of seventy thousand (70,000) volunteers have come from Niger to help defend Libya, and that they are at the disposal of Colonel Gaddafi. In the towns of Bani Walid and Sirte, NATO used mustard gas and cluster bombs during the past week, with horrific injuries evident.

Sirte and Bani Walid have been subjected to constant bombing, and wide spread use of sound bombs to prevent the population from sleeping as well as cause disorientation and now also the use of chemical weapons.

All human rights and media organizations of the world, as well as “NGOs” and the “United Nations” have been silent on this matter, with only those governments that are not in the hands of the banking elite (including Cuba, Venezuela, Bolivia, Ecuador, Zimbabwe) speaking out and demanding that an international tribunal examine NATO war crimes.

To this end some initiatives are now under way but seeking popular support as they are genuine and not motivated by money or funds, as is evidently the case with Amnesty International (which recently earned the name “Amnesia International” for its complete lack of mention of Libya in its 3-months publication June-August entitled “Human Rights Defender”) and other such organizations.

NATO’s “Victory” in Libya: Genocide and Rebel Infighting by Tony Cartalucci

Desperate to declare NATO’s mission in Libya a victory ahead of the September 19, 2011 deadline on their contrived UN Security Council resolution, already violated in every conceivable manner possible, NATO planes in tandem with NATO special forces obliterated Tripoli ahead of swarms of Libyan rebel troops led by notorious Al Qaeda thug Abdulhakim Hasadi (aka Balhaj.) Three weeks later, NATO’s proxy Libyan representative, long-time globalist and servant of the West Mahmoud Gibril Elwarfally, touched down at Tripoli’s airport, one of the few enclaves held by rebels in the city, to give the impression that his “National Transitional Council” (NTC) actually controls the capital and therefore the country.

In reality, Gibril (also spelled Jabril) is in control of nothing, apparently not even his own rebel forces, and stunts such as landing in Tripoli are desperate ploys to portray a sense of strength and resolve to garner continued “international support” as NATO’s deadline quickly approaches. Libya’s rebellion, despite the corporate-media’s disingenuous presentation, is divided along tribal and ethnic lines, with most of Libya’s rebels being motivated, not by aspirations for liberal-democracy, but rather by ideological extremism cultivated over the last 30 years by US and British intelligence in the eastern cities of Darnah and Benghazi. As NATO enables these violent ideologues to expand their control over the country, they are systematically committing war crimes including large-scale theft and looting, exiling entire civilian populations from cities, and wholesale genocide. They are also reportedly turning their weapons on one another.

To compound Gibril’s precarious situation, the few fighters he has that are following orders are stretched thin between attempting to hold parts of Tripoli, holding other towns and cities beyond their Benghazi stronghold, and attempting to siege entire cities still standing defiantly against NATO and rebel conquest. The cities of Bani Walid and Sirte, both claimed by rebels as ripe to fall “within hours” have now entirely balked rebel advances, causing many forces to flee with reports that fighters coming back from the front lines are overwhelmed and demoralized.

Lees hier verder.

Gaddafi’s ghost town after the loyalists retreat
Andrew Gilligan visits the scene of what appears to be the first major reprisal against supporters of Gaddafi’s regime.

Until last month, the town of Tawarga was home to 10,000 civilians. But as dusk fell over it last week, the apartment blocks stretched, black and dead, into the distance, and the only things moving were sheep.
This pro-Gaddafi settlement has been emptied of its people, vandalised and partly burned by rebel forces. The Sunday Telegraph was the first to visit the scene of what appears to be the first major reprisal against supporters of the former regime.

Niger Gaddafi loyalists vow support
Geüpload door AlJazeeraEnglish op 14 sep 2011

Tens of thousands of Tuaregs pastoralists living in the Nigerien city of Agadez continue to support Muammar al Gaddafi, the deposed Libyan leader. This northen city bordering Libya is where Saadi, the son of Gaddafi, and several former generals have escaped to. It is believed that the Tuareg homeland remains a recruiting ground for Gaddafi fighters. Al Jazeera’s Yvonne Ndege reports from Agadez.

CNN’s Ben Wedeman travels the Sahara desert with anti-Gaddafi forces headed to Sabha.

Cameron and Sarkozy visit Libya

Abayomi Azikwe on the neo-colonial Takeover by NATO
Geüpload door WolkenZwemmer op 15 sep 2011

“I believe that the visit on the part of Nicolas Sarkozy of France and David Cameron of Britain is an attempt to show up this neo-colonial takeover of the most oil-rich and the most prosperous country on the African continent,” he told RT.

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13 Reacties op “Na Libië eerst Syrië, dan Iran en zo voort…

  • mr. drs. BOU:

    Nog even een artikel en een filmpje, ditmaal over Tony Blair:

    Man of Faith: Crusader Tony Blair’s Vision: Eternal War: Iran and Syria Next?

    by Felicity Arbuthnot

    Incredible Scandal: ‘Libya rebels admit attacks on women & children’

  • gerechtigheid:

    Het begint er steeds meer op te lijken dat het drama dat zich voltrekt in Lybië het werk is van de NWO-elite: de Rothschilds c.s.

    Sarko en Cameron zitten beide diep in de zakken van deze ‘elite’, en/of maken er deel van uit.

    Die Sarko is sowieso een griezelig onderkruipseltje. Hij is een groot voorstander van nog eens zo’n 50 miljoen Afrikaanse emigranten naar Europa. De inheemse Europese volkeren zijn nog niet voldoende aangelengd met mensen van buiten. Als Libyë en daarna Syrië en daarna Iran ‘gedaan’ zijn, is het de beurt aan de VS en Europa. Daarvoor is het nodig om zoveel mogelijk ‘immigranten’ binnen te krijgen, om een verdeel en heers-taktiek mogelijk te maken. Als er maar voldoende chaos en verdeeldheid is, kunnen de NWO-elites minder opvallend hun slagen slaan. De sterkste tegenstander van de NWO zijn n.l. de Europeanen, en de Amerikanen, Canadezen en Australiërs met een Europese achtergrond. Een sterke, zelfbewuste bevolking laat zich niet zo een-twee-drie knechten. Daarom moet ze worden uitgedund en aangelengd binnen de eigen landsgrenzen.

    • mrpettjo:

      Kun je ook even onderbouwing geven voor het tweede deel van je reactie (massa immigratie). Sarkozy is namelijk zeer nationalistisch en zeer anti verdere immigratie vanuit de voormalige gebiedsdelen.
      Lijkt me derhalve niet meer aan de orde in de toekomst (was wellicht wel aan de orde vanaf de jaren 50/60 van de vorige eeuw tot aan het begin van deze eeuw)..

  • gerechtigheid:


    Sarkozy is de drijvende kracht achter de ‘Union Mediterrané’, een soort tweelingzusje van de EU met als – zogenaamde – bedoeling een antwoord te hebben op terrorisme, illegale immigratie, armoede aan de andere kant van de Middellandse Zee, etc.

    Zodra de Union immers een feit is, kan alle immigratie vanuit de mediterrane landen naar Europa LEGAAL geschieden.

    Sarkozy is vooral zionist, en als het voor de zionistische agenda handig is om zogenaamd nationalistisch te zijn, ‘so be it’. Alle middelen zijn geoorloofd, zolang de einduitkomst maar zal zijn een zionistische NWO.

    Overigens is het aardig om te weten dat Gaddafi heel erg tegen deze Union van Sarko was. Hij zag het als een nieuwe manier om de Afrikaanse landen uit elkaar te spelen. Zou dat mede een van de redenen zijn waarom vooral Sarko zo gebrand was op een inval in Libië? Omdat hij zich op zijn ahum getrapt voelde?

  • India naar goud in plaats van dollars voor de olie uit Iran!?

  • mr. drs. Bou:

    @ Ankie: Russia Today zegt hetzelfde:

    Oil-for-gold: Iran to dodge US ban with metal shield?

    Hihihihihi… Hahahahaha… 🙂 🙂 🙂

    Deze is ook leuk:

    Escobar: EU needs Iran’s oil, shoots itself in foot

  • mr. drs. Bou:

    PREPARING FOR THE NEXT CONQUEST: What does Libya tell us about Intervention in Syria and Iran?

    by Richard Lightbown

    Debkafile reported on 17 January that an imminent joint Israeli-US exercise had been cancelled by Israel’s prime minister, and not by the US as widely supposed. Convinced that Iran has made the decision to become a nuclear power Mr Netanyahu is preparing for possible unilateral attacks on Iranian nuclear sites.

    British press reports say agents from the CIA and MI6 are operating within Syria while British and French Special Forces are training members of the Free Syrian Army in Turkey. Pravda has claimed that NATO snipers who fought in Libya have been sent to Syria.

    As regional war threatens drastic and unforeseen consequences in the Middle East some commentators claim that humanitarian benefits justify Western intervention in repressive states. This claim is worth considering in the context of the events that have befallen Libya.

    No one should be under any illusions about the intentions of Western governments in Libya following their activities throughout the 42 years of Muammar Qadafi’s rule. During this time there were 39 coup attempts inspired by US, British and French agencies, most of which were centred on Benghazi and the province of Cyrenaica. Many involved an attempt at assassination, as did the US fighter-bomber attack on Tripoli in 1986 in which eight of the 18 aircraft flying from Britain specifically targeted Col Qadafi’s private residence.

  • Sanctions Boost Iran Economy!
    by Mike Rivero (video 15.28 min.)

  • mr. drs. Bou:

    Beste Ankie,

    Ik begrijp dat jij graag luistert naar Mike Rivero. Hij geeft altijd zijn mening, maar een mening is nog geen informatie. Hetzelfde geldt soms voor Morris (vaak ook goede informatie!) en T. West (maar hij leest soms een goed artikel voor). Rivero doet geen van beiden. Hij geeft zijn mening zonder de bronnen waarop hij deze baseert. Dat is entertainment! 😉

  • mr. drs. Bou:

    by James Corbett

    The National Transitional Council that is nominally in charge of what is left of Libya announced this week that they’re beginning a probe of foreign oil contracts brokered during Gaddafi’s reign by his son, Saif al-Islam. Libya is sitting on the largest oil reserves in Africa, and it is no coincidence that within weeks of the start of the NATO campaign last year the rebels had already secured the country’s oil ports and refineries on the Gulf of Sidra and established their own national oil company for negotiating contracts with the invading forces. Although the oil contract probes are supposedly meant to show the transparency of the new “government” and their willingness to root out the graft and kickbacks inherent in the old regime, it’s quietly acknowledged that the process will be used to reward the nations that most visibly supported last year’s invasions and punish those who were more reticent.

    Butler was right. War is a racket, after all. These days the muscle men are rent-a-mobs and insurgents more so than the U.S. military, but the idea is the same: fund, arm and train the fighters to secure the resources and control the strategic areas. In Libya the NATO-backed rebels wrested the oil spigot from the unpredictable Gaddafi. In Syria the “Friends of Syria” are overthrowing a key Iranian ally and taking over an important square on the geopolitical chessboard. In Pakistan, American-backed rebels may succeed in driving a wedge through a key Iran-Pakistan pipeline. And the racket continues. One would do well to remember the grand finale of Butler’s speech: “To hell with war!”

  • mr. drs. Bou:

    At least 8 killed in Bulgaria airport bus blast, Israel accuses Iran

    ‘Israeli tourist attack could be pretext for war with Iran’
    Gepubliceerd op 18 jul 2012 door RussiaToday

    Israel has accused Iran of masterminding a terror attack in Bulgaria just hours after the tragedy claimed the lives of several Israeli tourists. The incident could be used as a pretext for a legitimate strike against Iran, analyst Jamal Abdi told RT.

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