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VIDEO — Libya War: What They Don’t Want You to Know

The Eyeopener
Apr 8, 2014

We are taught all our lives that our modern political systems are “by and for the people.” In order to justify taking us to war, then, our misleaders have to convince us that war is not a racket, as General Smedley Butler revealed, and is not for the benefit of the industrialists who sell the munitions or the politicians in their back pocket or the financiers that own them both, but in the interest of the average man or woman. In other words, they lie through their teeth.

Find out more about the lies that led us to Libya in 2011, and the cover up of what is taking place there today in this week’s edition of The Eyeopener report.

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VIDEO — Hillary Clinton Dealing With The Information War

Press For Truth
Jun 18, 2014


VIDEO — Iraq’s Break Up is the Real “Mission Accomplished” – #NewWorldNextWeek

New World Next Week
Jun 19, 2014


PODCAST — Interview 898 – Libya Update with James and JoAnne Moriarty and Furaj Muftah : The Corbett Report

The Corbett Report
Jun 5, 2014

As Libya continues to deteriorate, the US-backed General Khalifa Belqasim Haftar is fighting the extremist Islamists in the country even as the US continues to fund, equip and support them. Amidst the chaos and destabilization, the Libyan tribes are speaking out and condemning the actions and statements of the US and US Ambassador to Libya Deborah Jones…but the west, for the most part, isn’t listening. Today we are joined once again by James and JoAnne Moriarty of LibyanWarTheTruth.com and Warfallah tribal spokesman Faraj Muftah for the latest on the ground in Libya.

SHOW NOTES:
LibyanWarTheTruth.com

US Ambassador to Libya Deborah Jones speaks at the Stimson Center May 21, 2014

Libyan Tribes Respond to US Ambassador Deborah Jones

Why General Haftar is not Colonel Gaddafi


VIDEO — Update From Tripoli Explaing The Libyan Situation

108morris108
May 19, 2014


State of emergency declared in Libyan capital amid fresh violence

End the Lie – Independent News
November 16, 2013

Libyan protesters gather during a demonstration calling on militiamen to vacate their headquarters in southern Tripoli on November 15, 2013. (AFP Photo / Mahmud Turkia)

Libyan protesters gather during a demonstration calling on militiamen to vacate their headquarters in southern Tripoli on November 15, 2013. (AFP Photo / Mahmud Turkia)

A 48-hour state of emergency was declared in the Libyan capital of Tripoli after fresh clashes erupted on Saturday. Vehicles full of fighters from Misrata headed to Tripoli from the eastern suburb of Tajura, according to media reports.

Violence in Tripoli reignited at sundown as fighting between militia groups intensified, Ukranian medics working on the ground told ITAR-TASS.

“After a break in fighting, you could hear shots being fired once again over Tripoli,” one medic said. “Hospitals received more dead and wounded. We haven’t seen this in Tripoli since the 2011 armed conflict.”

The state of emergency was declared in the city after at least one person was killed and dozens wounded in another wave of violence on Saturday, Al Jazeera reported. The unrest began in the capital on Friday. More than 40 people were killed and another 400 were wounded.

“Officially, there were more than 40 victims in the clashes in Tripoli in the past two days, but according to our data, the number of victims is much larger,” one of the medics said.

Due to the situation in Tripoli, some of the streets in the city were blocked off. Local residents formed protection brigades by their houses in order to ensure safety from the militias, the medics added.

Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zidan has appealed for restraint, stating that “the coming hours and days will be decisive for the history of Libya and the success of the revolution.”

On Saturday, thousands of protesters gathered to remember those who died in Friday’s clashes, as the government declared three days of mourning. Zidan also demanded that all armed militias leave Tripoli “without exception.” 

“The existence of weapons outside the army and police is dangerous,” he said. “All armed militias need to leave Tripoli, without exception.” 

Friday’s clashes began as thousands of protesters gathered in Tripoli on Friday, calling to intensify the security presence and end the militias’ rule which was established in 2011 after the uprising that ousted leader Muammar Gaddafi. The protesters marched from a downtown mosque to the headquarters of the militia waving Libyan flags and chanting slogans such as “We want an army, we want police.” 

According to a Reuters report, the militia fired an anti-aircraft cannon into the crowd. The protesters initially fled, but then returned heavily armed. The majority of stores in the city were closed following the clashes.

The main cause of the violence is Libya’s weak government and armed forces which are struggling to control militias, Islamic militants, and other fighting groups which have refused to surrender their weapons two years after assisting the NATO-backed ouster of Gaddafi.

Part of the militia was formed from local brigades of rebels, including Islamic militants who fought against Gaddafi’s government. After the fall of the leader, the government tasked the former rebel forces with maintaining security. However, the militia has not been put under state control, prompting the armed groups to act on their own agenda.

Source: RT


VIDEO — History Repeat: Eastern Libyan province declares itself an autonomous region

RT
November 4, 2013

A province in Eastern Libya now wants to go it alone – citing weak central government – it has declared itself an autonomous region. The area is home to 60 percent of the country’s oil production and has been blocking supplies since the summer. Tripoli has rejected the declaration but the government has so far failed to appease the rebels. For more on this let’s now cross live to Paolo Raffone – analyst and expert on the Middle East.

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VIDEO — Black Sites, Designer Babies, FDA Shutdown – New World Next Week

New World Next Week
October 10, 2013

Welcome to http://NewWorldNextWeek.com — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week:

Story #1: Obama Swaps ‘Black Sites’ for ‘Justice at Sea’
http://ur1.ca/fv6zw
Did Obama Swap ‘Black’ Detention Sites For Ships?
http://ur1.ca/fv6zz
The Disappearing, Reappearing Terrorist
http://ur1.ca/fv702
Developing: Gunmen Seize Libyan Prime Minister in Raid
http://ur1.ca/fv703

Story #2: 23andMe Receives Patent To Create Designer Babies, Denies Plans To Do So
http://ur1.ca/fv706
Google Reportedly Investing Hundreds of Millions Into Its New Life Extension Company, Calico
http://ur1.ca/fv707

Story #3: Shutdown Ends Food Inspections in US, Leaving 90% of U.S. Seafood Imports Unchecked
http://ur1.ca/fv708
Bees and Seeds Festival – A World Food Day Celebration
http://ur1.ca/fv70c
Organizer/Activist Tiffany Ayers on Portland’s Bees And Seeds Event on World Food Day October 12
http://ur1.ca/fv70d

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Previous Episode: Silk Road Shutdown, Fukushima Fast Food, Exercise Pills
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VIDEO — Terror Raids US targets Al Shabaab, Al Qaeda leaders in Somalia, Libya

Ryan Dawson
October 6, 2013


VIDEO — Tripoli Torment: Libya crippled by jihad & oil brawl 2 yrs after Gaddafi ouster

RT
August 26, 2013

Two years on from the fall of Colonel Gaddafi in Libya, the euphoria of the revolution has all but gone. Today, armed militias and Islamists rule much of the country fighting over territory, smuggling routes, and shares of dwindling oil revenue. To top that off, a desperate government is quietly re-activating Colonel Gaddafi’s feared surveillance apparatus, using it to hunt down dissenters. RT’s Paula Slier reports on the sobering anniversary.

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VIDEO — Libya Update June 29/30 – Phone Call

108morris108
June 29, 2013

The battle lines are being drawn between Tribal loyalties and Muslim Brotherhood loyalties. Many people have died in Tripoli (40) in Benghazi (40) and also Sabha. The Government seems powerless, behind the scenes Qatar is a big player, and the weapons depots are open.


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