Crimes contra a Humanidade na Líbia e os nossos ‘chicken-hawk’

Os crimes contra a Humanidade e sem dúvida nenhuma contra a Soberania da Líbia continuam e continuarão por muitos anos, com Khadafi quase derrotado a escumalha da elite banqueira/Complexo Industrial Militar (CIM/MIC) irão agora escravizar o povo líbio e roubar todas as suas riquezas.

Gaddafi gold-for-oil, dollar-doom plans behind Libya ‘mission’?

Já por aqui havia escrito sobre o tema, mas uma vez que os papagaios dos media e seus convidados ‘chicken-hawk’ apenas abrem a boca num orgasmo colectivo para levar a quem os (ainda) ouve, a propaganda dos seus donos, há que chamar à atenção para alguns pontos que esses vendidos não referem:

LIBYA Why Gaddafi must die!

E como também neste país estamos entregues à bicharada, o que tem ela a dizer sobre tudo isto, ainda para mais quando temos as mãos sujas de sangue de centenas de inocentes uma vez que pertencemos à organização criminosa NATO?!

Aplaudem em nosso nome, esta cambada de prostitutas vendidas!

E ainda por cima são de uma HIPOCRISIA E CINISMO que me dão vómitos!

«O Governo português reafirma, uma vez mais, o seu apoio à soberania, independência, integridade territorial e unidade da Líbia, visando a construção de um Estado democrático e de uma sociedade livre», diz a nota oficial.

via TVI24

14 Respostas

  1. NATO’s Bloody War of Aggression in Libya Selected Articles… http://www.projectworldawareness.com/2011/08/19894/

    A “Humanitarian War” on Syria? Military Escalation. Towards a Broader Middle East-Central Asian War?
    Part I of a three part series
    by Michel Chossudovsky
    http://globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=25955

  2. Olá Ricardo, só me ocorre dizer que estamos a caminhar para algo tenebroso, quiçá uma caixa de pandora do sec. xxi.

    Creative Destruction Part III:
    Humanitarian Neo-colonialism:
    Framing Libya and Reframing War

    By F. William Engdahl, 3 May 2011
    http://www.engdahl.oilgeopolitics.net/print/Creative%20Destruction%20Part%20III.pdf

    P.S. – Espero que esteja tudo bem contigo. Jokas😉

    • olá aninha, desculpa não ter respondido.

      está tudo +-….com tudo o que se vai passando por esse planeta fora é dificil estar ok.

      obrigado pelo link.

      bjo, bfds

  3. viva..
    hoje li uns artigos interessantes no Zero Hedge e na Collapse Network (M. C. Ruppert) a explicar a rapidez dos últimos desenvolvimentos com a decisao de Hugo Chavez repatriar para Venezuela as suas reservas internacionais de ouro…
    O cartel tem de ir a algum lado e só as reservas da Libia da para metade do que o Chavez reclama!

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/battle-libya-almost-over-battle-its-144-tons-gold

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/things-make-you-go-hmmm-such-venezuelan-dictator-bringing-down-global-gold-cartel

    Ps – Novidades da saga contra o Windows/Assus?

    • boas,

      obrigado pelos links por acaso já tinha lido mas esqueci-me de os colocar.

      aqui ficam dois bem interessantes, do General Wesley Clark e de John Mcain.

      2009 – John McCain: “Late evening with Col. Qadhafi at his “ranch” in Libya – interesting meeting with an interesting man.”

      “As I went back through the Pentagon in November 2001, one of the senior military staff officers had time for a chat. Yes, we were still on track for going against Iraq, he said. But there was more. This was being discussed as part of a five-year campaign plan, he said, and there were a total of seven countries, beginning with Iraq, then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Iran, Somalia, and Sudan.” General Wesley Clark”
      http://globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=25955

      cumps,

  4. e o ROUBO já começa a ser dividido entre a escumalha!

    “Western nations — especially the NATO countries that provided crucial air support to the rebels — want to make sure their companies are in prime position to pump the Libyan crude.

    Foreign Minister Franco Frattini of Italy said on state television on Monday that the Italian oil company Eni “will have a No. 1 role in the future” in the North African country. Mr. Frattini even reported that Eni technicians were already on their way to eastern Libya to restart production. (Eni quickly denied that it had sent any personnel to the still-unsettled region, which is Italy’s largest source of imported oil.)

    Libyan production has been largely shut down during the long conflict between rebel forces and troops loyal to Libya’s leader, Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi.

    Eni, with BP of Britain, Total of France, Repsol YPF of Spain and OMV of Austria, were all big producers in Libya before the fighting broke out, and they stand to gain the most once the conflict ends. American companies like Hess, ConocoPhillips and Marathon also made deals with the Qaddafi regime, although the United States relies on Libya for less than 1 percent of its imports. ”
    https://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/23/business/global/the-scramble-for-access-to-libyas-oil-wealth-begins.html?pagewanted=print

  5. wow, que vergonha

  6. Offtopic

    «Bufos Reais, ou Como o Programa de Governo possibilita a implementação de um
    Novo Estado Big Brother mais invasivo que o regime do Estado Novo.»

    http://www.partidopiratapt.eu/arquivos/1670

  7. O Khadafi já roubou as riquezas do povo líbio e tinha todo o teu apoio como o post deixa perceber.

  8. o khadafi era um ditador, mas não tenho qq duvida que mesmo roubando e cometendo muito crime, ainda assim é um moço de escola comparado com os criminosos e ladrões da NATO/Banca.

    os libios ainda vão ter saudades dele.

    dois artigos interessantes, um deles o video do general Wesley Clark a descrever os restantes alvos destes criminosos da NATO como acima já mencionei.

    Libya and Syria: The Neocon Plan to Attack Seven Countries in Five Years
    http://www.infowars.com/libya-and-syria-the-neocon-plan-to-attack-seven-countries-in-five-years/

    The Untold Story in Libya: How the West Cooked Up the “People’s Uprising”
    http://whowhatwhy.com/2011/08/31/now-that-we%E2%80%99re-celebrating-qaddafi%E2%80%99s-end-can-we-get-a-little-truth/

  9. ora cá temos mais um exemplo claro de toda esta hipocrisia e terrorismo de Estado!

    “(Reuters) – Documents found in the abandoned Tripoli office of Muammar Gaddafi’s intelligence chief indicate the U.S. and British spy agencies helped the fallen strongman persecute Libyan dissidents, Human Rights Watch said on Saturday.”
    http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/09/03/us-libya-usa-cia-idUSTRE78213Y20110903

    “”Tripoli, Libya – Documents found at the abandoned office of Libya’s former spymaster appear to provide new details of the close relations the Central Intelligence Agency shared with the Libyan intelligence service — most notably suggesting that the Americans sent terrorism suspects at least eight times for questioning in Libya despite that country’s reputation for torture.

    Although it has been known that Western intelligence services began cooperating with Libya after it abandoned its program to build unconventional weapons in 2004, the files left behind as Tripoli fell to rebels show that the cooperation was much more extensive than generally known with both the C.I.A. and its British equivalent, MI-6.””
    http://www.truth-out.org/files-note-close-cia-ties-qaddafi-spy-unit/1315061145

  10. Mais um interessante artigo que expoe a hipocrisia e crimes da NATO.

    “The NATO airstrikes on the city of Sirte expose the hypocrisy of our “humanitarian” intervention in Libya.”
    http://www.truth-out.org/libya-here-we-go-again/1315225388

    “”Stopping Gadhafi forces from entering Benghazi six months ago, which I supported, was one thing. Embroiling ourselves in a civil war was another. And to do it Obama blithely shredded the Constitution and bypassed Congress in violation of the War Powers Resolution. Not that the rule of law matters much in Washington. The dark reasoning of George W. Bush’s administration was that the threat of terrorism and national security gave the executive branch the right to ignore all legal restraints. The Obama administration has made this disregard for law bipartisan. Obama assured us when this started that it was not about “regime change.” But this promise proved as empty as the ones he made during his presidential campaign.””

    • e no mesmo artigo…acima referido.

      “Libya’s ruling National Transitional Council estimates that the number of Libyans killed in the last six months, including civilians and combatants, has exceeded 50,000. Our intervention, as in Iraq and Afghanistan, has probably claimed more victims than those killed by the former regime. But this intervention, like the others, was never, despite all the high-blown rhetoric surrounding it, about protecting or saving Libyan lives. It was about the domination of oil fields by Western corporations.”

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