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Sources of Libyan War. Revelations of Former French Foreign Minister
By Alexander Mezyaev – Strategic Culture Foundation At first glance at the 2011 events in Libya it looks like the decision to attack the country was taken only somewhere in February or March. A number of facts and official documents … Continue reading
Posted in Africa, Europe, Geo-Politics Tagged African Affairs, Alexander Mezyaev, Colonialism, France, Levy, Libya, libyan war, northern africa, nsnbc, nsnbc-nsnbc, Sarkozy, Strategic Culture Foundation, war crimes, war on libya 1 Comment
Will 2012 Bring Tribal War to Libya?
By Franklin Lamb “To date nothing has been achieved by the new government and people are growing very angry.” The weather in Tripoli this New Year’s weekend is unseasonably bone chilling with heavy rains flooding the streets reminding this observer … Continue reading
Posted in Africa, Analysis, Politics Tagged African Affairs, conflict, conflict resolution, Franklin Lamb, Ghadafi, global security, Libya, libyan war, NATO, nsnbc, nsnbc-nsnbc, TNC, Tribal Politics, Tribal Warfare Leave a comment
Libya elicits lawlessness in geopolitics.
Libya elicits the current state of affairs in global geopolitical trends. It can´t be described as anarchy because it is too well organized. The NGO that should safeguard humanity against the purges of wars of aggression and conquest is instrumentalized … Continue reading
Posted in Africa, Geo-Politics Tagged christof lehmann, Dr. Christof Lehmann, Ghadafi, ICC, international jurisdiction, international law, international red cross, Libya, Libya elicits lawlessness in geopolitics, libyan war, NATO, nsnbc, nsnbc-nsnbc, Saif, Saif Islam al-Ghadafi, war crimes, War Crimes Tribunal, Zintan 1 Comment
Putin Accuses US In Murder Of Ghadafi.
Russia’s Vladimir Putin implicated Washington today in the killing of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi and launched a tirade against Senator John McCain in an extraordinary attack on US policies. The Russian premier used his annual televised phone-in to unleash the … Continue reading
Posted in Africa, Europe, News, Northern America Tagged Africa, African Affairs, Ghadafi, global security, international security, Libya, libyan war, muammar ghadafi, NATO, NATO crimes, northern africa, nsnbc, nsnbc-nsnbc, Panetta, Political Assassination, Putin, Putin Accuses US In Murder Of Ghadafi, USA, Vladimir Putin, war crimes 1 Comment
Libya, the Evil the Grotesque and the Ugly.
Saif Islam Ghadafi is reportedly well and has been walking the streets of Zintan under heavy protection of his capturers. The front is everywhere, and bitter infighting between the Zintan Brigades, the Belhadj Tripoli Brigades, the brigades of the Bengazi … Continue reading
Posted in Africa, Editorial Tagged abdelhakim belhadj, al-Keeb, belhadj, Bengazi, christof lehmann, Dr. Christof Lehmann, Hefter, Human Rights, ICC, international law, Libya, libyan resistance, libyan war, nsnbc, nsnbc-nsnbc, Panetta, Panetta in Libya, Saif, Saif al Ghadafi, Saif Islam al-Ghadafi, the Evil the Grotesque and the Ugly, TNC, Tripoli, war crimes 1 Comment
Libya Dead or Alive
31 October NATO officially ended Operation Unified Protector after the successful installation of an absolutely dependent and compliant proxy government that would immediately re-invite a coalition of 13 NATO and NATO Allied countries. The first victim of war, it is … Continue reading
Posted in Africa, News Tagged African Affairs, christof lehmann, Dr. Christof Lehmann, ICC, Libya, Libya Dead or Alive, libyan resistance, libyan war, muammar ghadafi, northern africa, nsnbc, nsnbc-nsnbc, NTC, TNC, Tripoli, war crimes Leave a comment
Libya, the water corporates factor
By Garikai Chengu – The Herald It is becoming increasingly accepted that water promises to be to the 21st century what oil was to the 20th century: the precious commodity that determines the wealth of nations. Western military intervention in … Continue reading