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Jan 28 14:44

Official Benghazi Report Finds Obama Secretly Backed Al-Qaeda, Here’s How He Did It

It should come as no surprise to patriots that Barack Hussein Obama is a deceiver. A duplicitous and organized mastermind, Obama has done nothing short of light the fuses of many bombs that have exploded since he took office in ’08.

A recent report showed that under both Obama and Hillary Clinton, the U.S. government switched sides and went from opposing Al-Qaeda to supporting them. The “reason” is because they wanted Al-Qaeda to help them depose of then Libyan President Moammar Gadhafi.

Jan 27 13:20

HOTEL HELL: Attack at Luxury Hotel in Libya Reveals ‘False Flag’ Event

As reports are pouring in from the scene, we’ve been told that the shooting attack on the Corinthia Hotel, was accompanied by a car bombing and that the “Tripoli branch of ISIS” claimed responsibility, according to the SITE Intelligence Group.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

... at which point we can pretty much stop reading. Yes, it is a false-flag attack to justify a second US invasion of Libya!

Jan 27 13:04

UN Announces Libya Talks to Resume in Geneva in Coming Week

After uncertainty whether the UN-hosted Libya talks would continue, following an attack on the Central Bank in Benghazi, the UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) on Sunday announced a new round of dialogue in Geneva in the coming week.

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With whom??????

Jan 27 12:46

The Select Committee To Investigate Benghazi May Be Falling Apart

From the Department of Predictable Outcomes: The House select committee investigating the 2012 attacks on the U.S diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, appears to be falling apart.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Or was sabotaged from within, to protect Hillary's 2016 chances!

Jan 23 15:31

The case for a judicial inquiry into Libyan rendition is now undeniable

The evidence is clear that MI5 and MI6 were involved in the abduction and torture of Gaddafi’s opponents – someone must be held to account

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Then they turned on Gaddafi.

Jan 07 07:07

Sahel countries urge international intervention in Libya

“The heads of state of Sahel countries have clearly called for the deployment of an international force to contain the terrorist threat,” Malian Foreign Minister Abdoulaye Diop told the UN Security Council on Tuesday.

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"See? See? Those other countries want us to re-invade Libya!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Jan 06 12:51

Select Committee asks why were we in Benghazi? Docs confirm MANPADS and gunrunning into Syria

“Why were we there in the first place?”

“We” were in Benghazi because of MANPADs— Man Portable Air Defense Systems also known as shoulder-fired-anti-aircraft missiles—and because weapons “collected” in Libya were being moved into Syria—that’s arms trafficking. That’s why.

Jan 06 09:08

Libyan warplane bombs Greek-operated oil tanker at port, two dead

A Libyan warplane from forces loyal to the internationally recognised government bombed a Greek-operated oil tanker anchored off the coast, killing two crewmen in an escalation of hostilities between factions vying to rule the country.

Jan 06 07:42

Turkish Airlines stops Libya flights to Misrata

Turkish Airlines, the last foreign airline operating in Libya, has suspended flights to Misrata, the only city it was flying to in the country.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Turkey was a big supporter of the so called 'Arab Spring' in Libya.

Now Libya is turned to be a failed state. It was one of the most prosperous states in Africa that benefited not only it's own people, but many other neighboring African countries.

Jan 04 09:45

Libya terror suspect Anas al-Liby dies before US trial

An alleged al-Qaeda leader has died just days before going on trial in New York over the 1998 US embassy attacks in Africa.

Abu Anas al-Liby, 50, died in hospital on Friday, his wife and lawyers say. He is reported to have had liver cancer.

Mr Liby was seized in a US raid in Tripoli in October 2013.

He was to stand trial on 12 January over the 1998 embassy attacks, which killed more than 220 people in Kenya and Tanzania.

Mr Liby, whose real name was Nazih Abdul-Hamed al-Ruqai, previously pleaded not guilty to terrorism charges.

His wife, Um Abdullah, accused the US government on Saturday of "kidnapping, mistreating and killing an innocent man," according to the Associated Press news agency.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

As a person who no longer has the luxury of believing in "coincidence, I find the timing of this man's death...interesting.

Not that he could not have died from complications of his cancer surgery, but his dying right before his trial began?!?

I have to wonder if what he knew, and was willing to state in his own defense, might have somehow compromised the US government, and big-time.

Jan 04 08:43

French military intervention in Libya 'within 3 months': sources

France could launch a military intervention in Libya within three months, according to an Arab diplomat who spoke to Arabic-language newspaper al-Sharq al-Awsat.

The official, who asked not to be named, told the newspaper on Saturday that the question currently under discussion in Paris is not whether France will launch strikes in crisis-hit Libya, but when.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Third invasion of Iraq, now the second invasion of Libya; the war to force the world back to the dollar isn't going so well!

Dec 29 19:02

Could Libyan Militants Spark An Oil Price Rebound?

Analysts have speculated whether the slump in oil prices would be reversed by an uptick in demand, a buying spree by investors in cheap commodities, or high-cost producers being forced out of the market. But it may be a sudden burst of violence in Libya that provides the spark to oil prices that the markets have been looking for.

Libya has experienced several waves of violence in recent years, violence that has caused periodic disruptions in Libya’s oil sector.

Dec 29 16:29

All-out war is coming to Libya, as rebel militias and a government-in-hiding begin a battle for control of the country.

Zeina, 27, was hanging out her washing when the first Grad rocket smashed into a neighbor’s house at the end of her dusty street. The deafening boom was followed by the telltale buzz of more incoming rockets. Libya’s civil war had landed on her doorstep.

“It started as a normal day — then we heard the sound of shelling and rockets,” said the young mother. “Without warning, they hit our houses. We fled with just the clothes we were wearing.”

Zeina is now crammed together with seven other people in a cinderblock outhouse that is part of Tripoli’s zoo. They are just a handful of the more than 400,000 people who are currently displaced inside Libya, which is witnessing its worst crisis since the 2011 NATO-backed revolt that toppled dictator Muammar Qaddafi.

Dec 29 08:36

Libyan Civil War Escalates to Airstrikes as Government

Libya’s official government conducted several tactical airstrikes in the vicinity of the town of Misrata Sunday, another episode in the ongoing war between the internationally recognized government of Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni and the coalition of his political opponents known as Libyan Dawn.

Oil Prices Rise Amid Militant Attacks on Libyan Oil Depots
According to the official reports, the Libyan air force, controlled by Thinni, hit several targets in the Libyan Dawn controlled city of Misrata, including a sea port, an air force academy near the airfield and a steel mill, the largest in the country, in an attempt to disrupt the town’s economic viability. Representatives for Libyan Dawn confirmed the airstrikes, claiming no immediate victims or damage.

"The airport at Misrata is still working normally. A flight has just taken off," a representative for Libya Dawn said as quoted by Reuters.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Hey, destabilizing Libya and assassinating Gaddafi was a terrific idea!!"-official White House Souse.

(Ahem): the current conditions in Libya are a nasty demonstration of what happens when a Presidential Administration is, collectively, pathologically incapable of thinking a scenario through to its logical conclusion.

Dec 26 09:41

Osama bin Laden dead: Blackout during raid on bin Laden compound

Leon Panetta, director of the CIA, revealed there was a 25 minute blackout during which the live feed from cameras mounted on the helmets of the US special forces was cut off.

A photograph released by the White House appeared to show President Barack Obama and his aides in the situation room watching the action as it unfolded. In fact they had little knowledge of what was happening in the compound.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The above photo is supposedly of the White House staff deep in concentration while watching the execution of Bin Laden. But it is a posed and staged shot. Nobody bothered to turn on the laptop
computers on the table!

Dec 26 08:08

Reporter says White House is Hiding Pictures from Night of Benghazi Attack

In an interview on C-SPAN's "Washington Journal" Tuesday morning, former CBS reporter Sharyl Attkisson revealed that photos taken by the White House photographer taken the night of the Benghazi attacks have never been turned over.

When asked about questions she wanted to see answered by the Benghazi special committee, she said that she had a new list of questions which she intends on publishing. However, she says that the conflict regarding what Obama did that night still remains and the photos might just give the story… that is unless, as usual, the Obama White House is photoshopping them.

Read more at http://eaglerising.com/13087/reporter-says-white-house-hiding-pictures...

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Dec 19 08:24

Several African countries call for foreign intervention in Libya

Leaders of several African countries are calling on the West to intervene in Libya in order to stop instability from spreading across the Sahel and threatening fragile governments in the region.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Manufacturing a case for the second invasion of Libya!

Dec 06 08:27

West intervention in Libya in 2011 mistake: Italy

The Italian foreign minister has admitted that Western countries made a “mistake” three years ago when they intervened in Libya to overthrow former dictator Muammar Gaddafi.

"Three years ago, we might have made a mistake, when international forces interfered without thinking through the scenario, what will happen afterwards. Italian voice was too weak," Paolo Gentiloni said in a TV interview with national broadcaster RAI on Friday.

Gentiloni added that stabilizing the situation in Libya and in the entire Mediterranean region is a key priority of Italy's foreign policy.

Meanwhile, the US is reportedly planning to carry out airstrikes on Libya.

Nov 27 06:48

Extremists Terrorizing Civilians in Eastern Libya: Human Rights Watch

In the absence of any state authorities in the city of Derna, eastern Libya, extremist militias controlling the area have commited three apparent summary executions and at least 10 public floggings, Human Rights Watch reports.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Translation: The Libyan people (who are extremist for wanting to take their country back from foreign rule) are taking their country back from foreign rule.

Nov 05 09:50

The West is silent as Libya falls into the abyss

Remember the time when Libya was being held up by the American, British, French and Qatari governments as a striking example of benign and successful foreign intervention? It is worth looking again at film of David Cameron grandstanding as liberator in Benghazi in September 2011 as he applauds the overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi and tells the crowd that "your city was an example to the world as you threw off a dictator and chose freedom".

Webmaster's Commentary: 

What is going on in Libya is a repeat of what happened in Iran in 1979 and currently in Iraq. The people of the nation are taking it back from the US puppet rulers. But, the US Government is having a tough time selling the invasion of Syria to the war weary American people, let alone a THIRD invasion of Iraq. Adding a second invasion of Libya is likely to result in a collective, "Oh come ON now" from the populace, followed by a complete collapse of what little public support for the Federal Government still exists.

Oct 31 08:12

9/11 Was NATO’s License to Expand Globally

The 9/11 attacks on the United States undoubtedly benefited a number of actors, including the American military-intelligence complex, Israel, and most definitely, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). The Cold War-era, the area of responsibility for which had long been confined to Europe and North America, used the provisions of Article 5 of the NATO Charter – which states that an attack on one member is an attack on all – to extend NATO’s power deep into Eurasia, particularly in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Kyrgyzstan.

After engaging in out-of-area invasions and occupations of Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia, Libya, and Syria and, again in Iraq, against the «Islamic State,» the «North Atlantic» military bloc has transformed itself from a Cold War defensive alliance into a global offensive axis of nations that acts with or without United Nations authorization.

Oct 20 07:14

Libya: From Africa’s Richest State Under Gaddafi, to Failed State After NATO Intervention

This week marks the three-year anniversary of the Western-backed assassination of Libya’s former president, Muammar Gaddafi, and the fall of one of Africa’s greatest nations.

In 1967 Colonel Gaddafi inherited one of the poorest nations in Africa; however, by the time he was assassinated, Gaddafi had turned Libya into Africa’s wealthiest nation. Libya had the highest GDP per capita and life expectancy on the continent. Less people lived below the poverty line than in the Netherlands.

After NATO’s intervention in 2011, Libya is now a failed state and its economy is in shambles. As the government’s control slips through their fingers and into to the militia fighters’ hands, oil production has all but stopped.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

When I was 16, my parents bought me a nice bicycle with which to ride to school. Brand new, shiny, lots of chrome, and all the gadgets. Without intending to I had what was clearly the nicest bike in the neighborhood. So, some other kids grabbed the bike one day and smashed it up, and while I was able to repair it, the remaining dents and scratches made it appear inferior to the bikes ridden by those other boys. Now, you expect that sort of behavior from 16 year old boys, but it appears the governments of the US and EU, unable to actually make their nations great while in slavery to the private central banks, have hit on the idea of stealing other peoples' nations and smashing them up, in order to go on claiming that they, the US and EU, are the greatest nations remaining on Earth. That does not say very much about the governments we allow to rule us.

Oct 16 10:51

An Egyptian Intervention in Libya

Two Egyptian officials claimed the country’s warplanes had begun bombing positions in Benghazi, the second-largest city in neighboring Libya, on Wednesday, in an attempt to wrest control of the city from the Ansar-al-Sharia Islamist militia. The mission, which will be led by Libyan pilots, marks the highest-profile collaboration between the two North African countries, both of which are beset by instability, since they experienced simultaneous Arab Spring revolutions in 2011. The Egyptian government has officially denied the news.

According to the Associated Press, the mission is slated to last three to six months and will “eventually involve Libyan ground troops recently trained by Egyptian forces.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The instability in Libya is directly tied to the US/NATO-led overthrow of Gaddafi, and the return to a private central bank.

The Libyan people are tired of foreign interventionism to control who gets its oil, and in what denomination that oil is sold.

Oct 08 09:57

Libya Takes Goldman Sachs to Court to Recover $1.2 Billion from a Series of Derivatives Trades

Libya’s sovereign wealth fund took Goldman Sachs to court in London on Monday to recover $1.2 billion from a series of derivatives trades made during Muammar Gaddafi’s regime.

The Libyan Investment Authority claims that its international inexperience and a relationship of trust with the bank was “exploited” by Goldman Sachs, which disputes the allegations.

The Wall Street bank allegedly made $350 million in up-front profits from the trades, although the deals were rendered worthless for the LIA when they matured in 2011.

Oct 08 09:05

US Air Raids: The Unlearned Lesson of Libya

In 2011 NATO air strikes against Libya that were carried out under the pretext of the urgent need of protecting civilians from a “violent dictator“, cleared the road to power for radical militants. Three years ago, once Muammar Gaddafi had been brutally murdered in October 2011, these militants took over Libya by filling the vacuum created by foreign intervention. From that moment on the country had been plunged deeper into bloodshed created by the former revolutionaries as they cut each other’s throats in a fight for rich oil-producing regions.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So far, the only thing US military intervention has done in Iraq, Libya, and (soon) Syria, is to make the situation worse.

Oct 01 10:25

Photos from the ground in Libya

Fighting with heavy weapons from Libya and Dawn Awlat Suleiman tribe against the Gaddafi tribe families living in Sabha.

Attacks continue to dispel every vestige of government Jamahiriyah even families who were completely out of politics.

Obviously these orders come from the west and have absolutely nothing to do with the Libyan people.

Apr 04 23:23

Surprise Video Changes Syria “Timeline”

Al Jazeera’s Shaping of the Syrian Story

Of all the myths obstructing the honest portrayal of events in Syria this past year, none has been more fiercely guarded by regime-change advocates than this one stark falsehood:

Myth – the Syrian regime has only been shooting unarmed, peaceful protestors until very recently when opposition groups finally decided to arm themselves in self-defense.

Apr 04 19:11

In Defense of Helen Thomas: What’s Wrong With History?

Helen Thomas’s recent request to purchase a table at the upcoming White House Correspondents Association (WHCA) annual dinner has been rejected.

In a comment on that story I said, “It’s hard to imagine anything more wrong than this.”

I base my opinion on the fact that the 91-year-old Thomas, a former WHCA president, is unique among American journalists, having covered 10 different presidential administrations in a career stretching back to Dwight Eisenhower.

It is because of Thomas as much as anyone else that women were first included at the WHCA dinner since, as the WHCA’s website mentions:

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