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[21 Mar 2011 | No Comment | 7,438 views]
Libyan War: Globalists Bluffing their way to Victory

By Tony Cartalucci.
In a war the globalists dared not even debate domestically amongst their bankrupt, imploding societies, they are now oafishly extending their litany of verifiable lies, and unverified accusations over the combat phase of their meddling in Libya.
We were told that UN Security Council (UNSC) resolution 1973 was to establish a no-fly zone over Libya to protect civilians. We would only be kidding ourselves if we didn’t realize the entire resolution was just the “camel’s nose entering the tent” – and that full-fledged war …

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[21 Mar 2011 | No Comment | 2,533 views]
Libya: Regime Change Goal Becomes Clear as Attacks Extend Beyond Scope of ‘No-Fly Zone’

By Patrick Martin, originally titled: US, France and Britain launch war of aggression against Libya
The United States, France and Britain began air strikes and missile attacks on Libyan targets Saturday, initiating a war of aggression that threatens to destabilize North Africa and the entire Middle East. The first two days of bombing have already claimed many lives among the Libyan population that the imperialist powers falsely claim to be protecting.
The war is the first step in a campaign by Washington and its partners in crime to strike back against the …

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[20 Mar 2011 | 2 Comments | 2,508 views]
First Blood: American Missiles Rain Down on Libya

Written by Chris Floyd.
When the UN intervention into Libya was first announced, we immediately heard how the United States would not be in the forefront of the military action; the lead would be taken by other nations, with US acting largely as a supplier and facilitator for the “broad-based coalition” arrayed against Libya (including some real live Ay-rabs! as the interventionists enthusiastically noted.) But it took less than two days to give the lie to this claim.
On Saturday, just after the French — …

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[20 Mar 2011 | One Comment | 5,420 views]
On UN Intervention in Libya and World Government

By Michael S. Rozeff.
The U.N. intervention in Libya is a major political event. The U.N. is intervening inside a country that has not aggressed against another country. Whether or not this is the first time that this has happened, it is surely an important and clear-cut instance of this happening.
The U.N. is intervening to take down the Gaddafi administration and replace it by another, of undetermined nature. This means that the U.N. places its power over that of the Libyan state. The U.N. makes itself the Supreme Governor in the …

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[20 Mar 2011 | No Comment | 3,725 views]
Obama’s Bay of Pigs in Libya: Imperialist Aggression Shreds UN Charter

Webster G. Tarpley, Ph.D.
TARPLEY.net
March 19, 2011
Washington DC, March 19 – Late today US and British cruise missiles joined with French and other NATO combat aircraft in Operation Odyssey Dawn/Operation Ellamy, a neo-imperialist bombing attack under fake humanitarian cover against the sovereign state of Libya. Acting under UN Security Council resolution 1973, US naval forces in the Mediterranean on Saturday night local time fired 112 cruise missiles at targets which the Pentagon claimed were related to Libya’s air defense system. But Mohammed …

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[19 Mar 2011 | No Comment | 2,770 views]
The “Arab Spring” was a short one; what follows, another NATO Summer, will last much longer

ZERO ANTHROPOLOGY, 18 March 2011.
The Libyan Revolution is Dead: Notes for an Autopsy
If you do not think about it, there is a lot to cheer about the passage of UN Security Council Resolution 1973, against what this time has been a mountain of advice, questions, and critiques from all imaginable political quarters, and not as the warmongering extremists would have it, from “Gaddafi lovers” (George Will? Pat Buchanan? Richard Haas? Gaddafi lovers?). In previous articles, I have criticized the flip-side enough, meaning the positions taken by Fidel Castro, Hugo Chavez, and …

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[18 Mar 2011 | 2 Comments | 3,976 views]
UN Resolution in Libya is about Oil and their Central Banking System

By Scott Creighton.
The UN Security Council passed the “no fly” resolution pertaining to Libya at around 6 pm this evening.  Five countries abstained from voting.
But in the resolution, we can see what this is all about; getting the oil and getting our network of privately owned central banks into Libya. They will chop up the nationalized oil company of Libya and hand over their central banking system as well.
“The resolution establishes “a ban on all flights in the airspace of the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya” while excluding an occupation force. It also calls …

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[17 Mar 2011 | 34 Comments | 26,830 views]
Libya: The Western-Linked and Backed National Council, and the Hallmarks of War Propaganda

By the Editor.
The Libyan National Council is the ‘opposition’ inasmuch as the US State Department is the ‘opposition’.
Leading Libyan opposition figure and executive of Libya’s National Transitional Council (aka ‘Interim Governing Council’, ‘National Transitional Council’, and ‘Libyan National Council’) Mr Mahmoud Jibril, is not only a leading proponent of neoliberal ‘trade reform’ in Libya, but he has close links with the US and UK. This ex-Gaddafi insider studied and taught in the US for several years, and he is head of Libya’s biggest think tank, the National Economic Development …

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[16 Mar 2011 | No Comment | 5,600 views]
The Desperate Cult of Consumption & Distraction

Wednesday, March 16, 2011 – by Staff Report (originally titled: “Desperate Cult of Technology”).
The bullying enforcement of digital viewing is enough to make me switch off, says Rowan Pelling … I’m not sure whether it’s surprising, or predictable, that I married the last man in the entire country who rents an analogue television set. My husband pays £10.80 a month for the privilege of having one of the nation’s most antiquated Panasonics, complete with hefty backside and 26-inch screen. This eccentric practice is not because he is too dim …