NATO bombs terrorize Libyan children at school in another CIA kick-started war
Human rights violations escalating in Libya due to NATO strikes and related abuses all tied to CIA
Today, reports from Libya by independent journalists include NATO’s terrorizing children at school with bombs, evidence that the CIA has paved the way for the conflict by its involvement with Libyan rebels, and Cynthia McKinney in Tripoli Saturday visiting NATO injured hospital patients, one asking “Why do they want to kill us?”
Human rights violations in Libya are escalating due to NATO strikes and its related abuses according to Don DeBar today. DeBar is reporting on findings of the collaborating group of independent journalists and Cynthia McKinney.
Wayne Madsen reports that early support for Libyan rebels the CIA and French and British intelligence, “indicates that the Libyan rebellion was not based on events in neighboring Tunisia and Egypt, but was designed to authorize the rebels to move when a favorable situation presented itself.”
Weapons the Libyan rebels are using link back to America’s own CIA. Madsen reports:
“Many of the new weapons being used by the rebels are from the Belgian-based arms manufacturer Fabrique Nationale (FN), which has a CIA-connected subsidiary called FNH-USA. One FN rifle, the Fusil Automatique Léger (FAL), is the standard weapon being used by the rebels. The FAL, called the “Right Arm of the Free World” during the Cold War, only uses NATO standard rounds. The weapon was never used by the Libyan Army, which relied on Soviet weaponry. Claims by NATO that the rebels are using Libyan weapons captured from army arsenals and caches are, therefore, false.”
Now, incidents of NATO terror rain on innocent people in Tripoli according to the journalists.
Children at Djil Attahadi primary school in Tripoli, Libya sing “Allah, Moammar, Libya bas’ (Allah, Moammar [Gadaffi], Libya – it’s all we need,” documented by Lizzie Cochran. (See: Gadaffi is all we need, Lizziies’ Liberation Channel, Youtube.)
The Djil Attahadi elementary school was shaken to its foundations Saturday 28 May 2011 by NATO bombing of an adjacent complex housing trainees of the civil militias reports Cochran who said, “The bomb caused the school to shake, many windows were blown in by two bombs 30mins apart.”
“The children were sitting their exams at the time and ran en masse out of the school in terror.”
Respect us as human beings
Cynthia McKinney, a leader of the Dignity delegation, visited a patient and his doctor in a Tripoli Hospital. (See Youtube video by Don DeBar, “Cynthia McKinney visits a hospital in Libya” that is embedded on this page at the left.)
The patient, a history teacher, said they want their message sent to the American government that “it should respect us as human beings.”
“I cannot sleep in the hospital because of the bombing,” said the injured patient.
The doctor explained to McKinney the human rights abuses happening to patients who are dying, including women who have been denied health care.