Jun 29, 2012

Depleted uranium used by NATO in Libya

Photo by The Slow Genocide that is “Depleted Uranium.”

War crimes and crimes against humanity have been and continue to be committed in the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya by NATO. Amongst these crimes, the Atlantic Alliance has been using depleted uranium against Libya, specifically civilians and civilian infrastructure.

Bombed sites in Libya have been visited by professional scientists working in the Surveying and Collecting Specimens and Laboratory Measuring Group. 
Photo by Depleted Uranuim 



#LYelec: Who is the man who standing behind Abdul Hakim Belhadj

Is he Colonel / Abdullah Hamad Al-Marri Fetais - Special Forces of Qatar?
من هو الرجل الواقف خلف المُلا : عبدالحكيم بلحاح - الحاكم باسم قطر في ليبيا-؟
هو : العقيد الركن/ حمد عبدالله فطيس المري - القوات الخاصة القطرية .

Jun 27, 2012

Libya news [backup libyasos] 09. June - 20. June 2012.

Libya S.O.S. resistance news 20. June 2012. 

Libya news [backup libyasos] 01. June - 08. June 2012.

Libya S.O.S. resistance news 08. June 2012.
24h/ Mercenaries for Empire: Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch
“Who better than self-styled human rights activists to justify humanitarian wars?”

Libya news [backup libyasos] 25 May - 31. May 2012.

Libya S.O.S. resistance news 31.  May 2012. 

Libya : More humiliation and torture by the Misrata NATO-led Rebels

by Konstantyn Scheglikov
From February 2011 in Libya, armed gangs ( so called "rebels" of "freedom figthers" by global media) began to commit crimes against humanity, war crimes. 

And so called civilized people from West involved ( took part) in these crimes.

They didn't leave evidences, sure, but we have words of people who escaped from concetration camps in Libya. 
They told about people from NATO which taked part in tortures, especially in rapes of women and girls, cos for NATO rapes are weapon against native people.

Now watch the video, this video was made by killers, occupation regime of Libya made all "rebels"  who are "free of responsibility".
See also --> Rebels crimes

Jun 24, 2012

Libya: Baghdadi Mahmoudi's Defence Committee Considers His Extradition 'Unlawful'

Update 03.07.2012.

"I am not guilty, not guilty, not guilty. I am ready to be tried by the Libyan people. I am sure of myself and of my innocence"
Dr. Mahmudi said that he feared that foreign intervention in Libya would pave the way for a new era of colonialism.
"My defence will be in front of the court," Mahmudi said.

Jun 23, 2012

The language of violence in Libyan Paradise 2012

Numerous insurgent groups refuse to hand over their arms. They are trying to wrest special rights from the interim government which is grappling with its hold on power.

Militia groups, Islamist fighters , religious radical groups took to the streets in a long parade to demonstrate their power.
Rebels feb17 are taking their right "to rule the country".

Jun 17, 2012

Prisons in NTC's Libya [A documentary worth seeing ...]

A documentary worth seeing ...
There are no statistics yet on the number of detainees in prisons or jails in Libya 
According to the news, The city of Misurata alone holds more than 600 prison for torture and murder
And reports have proven the involvement of the new Libyan government in these matters
According to the testimony of a survivor from the prisons of purgatory, they hid prisoners who seem to them the effects of torture during the visit of international organizations, And those were the orders of the Libyan Transitional Council
There are video clips showing violence towards the Libyan prisoners, especially Blacks, Where 40,000 residents were displaced from the city of Tawergha the city has been canceled and burned. Only because they are black
Some prisoners were forced to eat their own shit and lick their own urine, And also to eat the green flag After they were placed in a cage for animals
Even peaceful demonstrations were objected with live Ammunition
The most dangerous prisons in the city of Tripoli are
1- the prison of Alkhandak " the Trench "
2- the prison of Een Zara
3- the prison of Al Jadaida
4- the prison of kkoleyat al Banat " Military College for Girls "
The city of Zawiya is considered the second largest city when it comes to prisons after the city of Misrata.
The prisoners are being held even in schools and factories .
Lately Human Rights Watch has acknowledged the violations that are taking place in the Libyan prisons . but there were no actions taking to stop those violations .
[via Libya Ourlife]

The Truth About The War On Libya Government Lies Revealed A Goverment Conspiracy

McCain Claims US Armed Libya Rebels To Make Case For Arming Syrians

Jun 16, 2012

The Libyan Civil War - Critical Views: Abu Salim Hospital Imagery

Area A = The northwest out-building, with strange black doors (see PB19) in front of which app. 20 bodies were piled. Satellite image taken after body removal.
B = front loading area and northwest drive, where many empty gurneys were left after body removal. At least 57 are visible, with others perhaps still underneath the covered promenade.
C = Apparently two gurneys, empty. Perhaps these were two "high-value" patients rolled out a side door and driven off for special treatment, leaving their beds behind
D = A whole lot of something - possibly garbage/debris, possibly bodies the media wasn't taken to.
E = Surrounding street, southwest corner - of possible interest, something messy happened on the street back here.
F = A back loading area, quite possibly usually used for garbage pick-up. The apparent garbage bags piled here are of the scale to be human bodies, at least 25 of them if so.

Interior locations will be placed as soon as we get hold of a reliable floor plan of the place. Not expecting that.

For a pretty comprehensive list, I thank Petri and his Abu Salim hospital playlist at Youtube.
Here are most of them, if not all: ...

The Citizen’s Investigation into War Crimes in Libya (CIWCL)

The Citizen’s Investigation into War Crimes in Libya (CIWCL) is a small, informal collective of ordinary but talented people. 
Hailing from several nations, the CIWCL's members have come together to investigate events of the civil war in Libya, the lead-up to it, and the aftermath of it. 
We use publicly available sources, gathered and compared, with an emphasis on primary evidence. Physical evidence (via photographs and video) is taken as that, and witnesses claiming to have seen things as, well… claims, which should be double-checked against other claims and against the physical evidence. 

This crucial aspect of our approach in large part explains the radically different findings from those reached previously by Human Rights organizations, world governments, and the mass media.

Jun 15, 2012

Former SAG officer was Muammar Gaddafi’s bodyguard and gunrunner

Source: Malta Today

Ousted Libyan Leader  Muammar Gaddafi: “It was never true government troops were on a killing spree,” claims former bodyguard.
Karl Stagno-Navarra
A 38-year-old retired Maltese police officer who served within the Special Assignment Group, and moved on to work as a security contractor in Iraq and Afghanistan, was hired as the chief security officer to the Gaddafi family throughout the Libyan  [NATO-led] "revolution".

Around the World: "Free The People's Secretary, Burn Bankers' Money" - Campaign for Baghdadi al Mahmoudi

YuoTube channel burn4freedom
Take part and make ur own Video of burning Bankers' Money and send the link to me. I will send it to the campaing or contact "Demi Voluntario" at Facebook. 

DemoNcracy, Hipocrisy, Déjà vu [Palestine, Syria, Libya, Serbia]


Good Guinness, deliver us! Israel demolishes Arab village 38 times [15.June 2012]
Barack Obama honors Israeli president with Medal of Freedom[14.June 2012]

From Tunisia: Burn the Banker`s Money! Free the People`s Secretary!

Burn the Banker`s Money! Free the People`s Secretary! [en,rus,srb]

Doctor Mahmoudi Baghdadi

The Act (Start from June 12 th): Burn the Banker`s Money! Free the People`s Secretary!

Jun 7, 2012

Libya news [backup libyasos] 19 May - 24. May 2012.

Libya S.O.S. resistance news 24.  May 2012.
"Nature Strikes back" about Saif al Islam as artist :Saif al Islam Gaddafi as artist. His association with The Desert is Not Silent, a touring exhibition of Libyan antiquities and contemporary art was occasionally mentioned but nobody had picked up on the fact that a substantial number of works in that exhibition wereactually painted by Saif al Islam himself. 

Libya news [backup libyasos] 11 May - 18. May 2012.

Libya S.O.S. resistance news 18.  May 2012.

Tens Trillions of dollars are spent on militaries, to kill, murder and assassinate.
Why not spend a little bit of that money for food for starving children?

Short review : Libya at Jun 2012

-  As the US Consulate bombing makes clear, even in Benghazi, the centre of the NATO-led uprising , the situation is unstable. Construction in the city is at a standstill since almost all of Libya’s 3.5 million foreign workers left last year. Unemployment is rife and those jobs that remain go to lower paid migrant workers from Bangladesh and Sudan.
 - The Berber tribes in the west of the country have complained of official indifference and neglect by the NTC.
 -  Armed gangs are fighting for control of the smuggling routes into Chad and Sudan, leaving hundreds dead. 
 -  Clashes around Tripoli have frequently led to closures of the border with Tunisia.
-  Last month, Amnesty International cited the case of 20 detainees who were stripped and beaten repeatedly until they became unconscious, then revived and beaten again in Ain Zara Prison. They were left for two days on a concrete floor without mattresses or blankets.
-  The Guardian cited a horrific example of surgeon Salem Forjani, who was sent to Tripoli’s main medical centre by the health minister to remove the hospital director, who was accused of misusing public funds and having close links to "the Gaddafi regime".
 Forjani was kidnapped, detained and tortured by the SSC. After five days, he was released without charge. The health minister could get no explanation from the NTC. The NTC neither arrested the kidnappers nor launched an investigation as the minister requested.
-  On Wednesday, the US Consulate in Benghazi came under bomb and grenade attack, although no one was injured.
 - Many of NATO-led NTC armed gangs have yet to disband or be integrated into the national army, itself little more than another militia. 
There have been constant reports of fighting between these armed groups as they carve up Libya’s towns and cities into “zones of influence.”
- The continuation of these conflicts exposes as a lie the justification for the NATO-led war for regime-change— that it would bring democracy and human rights. Rather than “liberation”, the country faces violent break-up and civil war.
Their real intention in Libya was to install a pliant administration that would enable them to secure control of the country’s lucrative oil reserves, bolster their geo-strategic position in North Africa, and increase their penetration of the entire African continent. 

 - The NTC is  handing out security contracts to private companies from the NATO countries 
 - Libya’s ruling National Transitional Council (NTC) has postponed elections scheduled for June 19 amid continuing militia clashes, kidnappings and arrests.
The NTC has expanded from 9 to 86 members, but no one even knows who they are or how they are appointed. Its meetings are held in secret, its votes are not published, and its decisions are announced only irregularly on television broadcasts.
 -  NATO’s war on "the Gaddafi regime" was only the herald of a US offensive to bring Africa under its control. 
Immediately after Gaddafi’s lynching, the US announced it was sending troops to four more African countries-- the Central African Republic, Uganda, South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo. 
AFRICOM, the US military's African command, is set to carry out 14 major joint military exercises in African countries in 2012, an unprecedented number.
This could not have been achieved without Gaddafi’s ouster. 

Gaddafi was an obstacle to US penetration of Africa. He wielded considerable influence through the African Union (AU), playing a major role in establishing it in the 1990s, serving as its biggest donor and chairing the organization in 2009-10. Libya also provided about $150 billion of investments in Africa and had proposed an African Union Development Bank that would have reduced Africa’s financial dependence on the West.

Jun 6, 2012

Award-winning British journalist Lindsey Hilsum. Next award is The Nobel Prize in Literature

07.06.2012. [Reuters]
Award-winning British journalist Lindsey Hilsum has reported from:
Afghanistan [only today NATO  killed 18 civilians , but no about KILL TEAM in Afganistan], Kosovo [ but NO about organ  traffiking by Albaniana mafia on Kosovo and the front lines of the Iraq [ but NO  about colateral damages war embedded with a U.S. Marine unit, but Libya's revolution last year marked the first time she set foot in that country.

Now she is responsible for another first: her "Sandstorm: Libya in the Time of Revolution" is the first book to tell the story of the 2011 uprising that overthrew longtime dictator Muammar Gaddafi through the eyes of Libyans.[?]
 Someone who "last year marked the first time she set foot in that country.
Can she will explane to me anything? 
Ouch? No, no, let me explain 
“The revolution in Libya was started by a group of little old ladies. And I love that,” Hilsum said 
Is it some kind of joke or only good old propaganda? 
Who will buy this book? Maybe she will get The Nobel Prize in Literature?

August 2011
The fellow alerted the brit reporter to his racism, but the  Lindsey Hilsum    not to notice! 

At first I uploaded a shorter version, which I replaced with this longer one. On the shorter version 'stalkingalizee' replied. I wanted to let you see his response
"That boat was a hijacked tug a bunch of merc niggers were using to rejoin forces to the East. RAF bombed it with a Paveway "


Why was it relevant for him to point out that the soldiers were ALL BLACK??? Not relevant at all. 
Just more of the tebels (terrorist/rebels) racism. And note that the tebel admits that there was heavy fighting (READ: we were losing) so NATO stepped in to help them.


In this excerpt from a report by Lindsey Hilsum we can hear one of the Rebels talk about a fight that took please in the Refinery of Zawiyah. He talks about the way Libyan soldiers were trying to flee in a boat, but NATO made sure they would not get away by bombing the boat.

Lindsey Hilsum rather naively asks if those that climbed on shore were taken POW, to which Yusuf Hamed responds 'eh, yes and killed'.

The original version can be found at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cfVEKOUsn_A

Please read more about "jounalism" in this "free world"

NYT - From Michelangelo and Benetton to the Arab Spring - > 
How to use kids in propaganda
Matthew VanDyke, Journalist, Missing In Libya, Bringing the pleasures of the American way of life - > http://libyasos.blogspot.com/2011/10/matthew-vandyke-journalist-missing-in.html

CNN’S ARWA DAMON AND HER PATHETICLY STAGED “INSIDE LIBYA” PSYOP [CNN & Co - CIA-NEWS NETWORK?]  - >http://libyasos.blogspot.com/2011/10/cnns-arwa-damon-and-her-patheticly.html
and more links MEDIA crimes

Gaddafi's Libya


To wit, match Muammar Gaddafi’s record up against that of your favorite candidate:

• Gadhafi nationalized his nation’s oil reserves and used the revenue to build schools, universities, hospitals, and infrastructure.

• Money from Libya’s oil revenue is deposited into the bank account of every citizen.
• He raised the literacy rate from 20 per cent to 83 per cent.
• He built one of the finest health care systems in the “Third World.” 
All people have access to doctors, hospitals, clinics and medicines—free of charge. If a Libyan needs surgery that is unavailable in Libya, funding is provided for the surgery overseas.

• He raised the life expectancy from 44 to 75 years of age.
Basic food items were subsidized and electricity was made available throughout the country.
• He developed huge irrigation projects in order to support a drive towards agricultural development and food self-sufficiency.
• Recognizing that water, not oil, would be the scarcest resource of the future, Gaddafi initiated the construction of the Great Man Made River, which took years to complete. 
Referred to as a wonder of the modern world, this river pumps millions of gallons of water daily from the heart of the Sahara desert to the coast, where the land is suitable for agriculture.

• Any Libyan who wanted to become a farmer was and still is given free use of land, a house, farm equipment, livestock and seed.
• Gaddafi vowed that his own parents, who lived in a tent in the desert, would not be housed untilevery Libyan was housed.
He fulfilled that promise.
• Under Gaddafi, Libya has now attained the highest standard of living in Africa.
• Gaddafi put up a communications satellite—the first in Africa—to bring the continent of Africa into the 21st century of technology. 
This also interrupted the massive fees that European companies had been charging the Africans.
• He gave women full access to education and employment, and he has enabled women to serve in the armed forces.

• Gaddafi started and financed the African Union to tie all of the Mother continent into an eventual body with a common purpose called the “United States of Africa.”

Gaddafi did so much to develop Africa that even Obama’s arrogant Caucasian cohort Hillary Clinton had to admit as she stood before the African Union: 
“I know it is true over many years, Gadhafi played a major role in providing financial support for many African nations and institutions…” 
She could not claim America did ANYTHING but exploit, exploit, exploit—and murder!
• He was the first and only leader in the Arab world to formally apologize for the Arab role in the trade of African slaves.
 He acknowledged that Blacks were the true owners of Libya and proclaimed in his Green Book, “the Black race shall prevail throughout the world.”
Nelson Mandela called Muammar Gadhafi one of the 20th century’s greatest freedom fighters
Nelson Mandela called Muammar Gadhafi one of the 20th century’s greatest freedom fighters
Nelson Mandela called Muammar Gaddafi one of the 20th century’s greatest freedom fighters, and insisted that the eventual collapse of South Africa’s apartheid system owed much to Gaddafi and Libyan support.

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