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« Reply #80 on: February 23, 2011, 01:00:53 PM »
Somehow all these mainstream media reports about libya seem to be no more than exaggerated BS.

The jews managed to gather a few hundred usefull idiots on a square. do some staged photo's to make it look more crowded.  al jewzeera claims ghadaffi is bombing them..  but due to claimed censorship no images are shown...Not even from those billion dollar satellites who can spot the hairs on your buttcheeks...  yeah i guess ghadaffi must use his extra special goldteeth to bling out the cameras on those satellites.

Israeli commandos' blow up the pipelines,  Forcing Europe to pay more for energy to Rothschild&Rockefeller Inc.
and taking out Ghadaffi's primary source of income  so he will  be unable to fund a decent army to resist Nato invasion coming to save those poor libyan people.. all that and not one jew harmed in the process..

Ghadafi refers to the jews when he mentions "stray dogs" He knows he can't call the jews the jews or they will surely bomb his other kids too..

 Ghadafi has no other choice than to put down this "revolt" by any means necessary. the other option is being "comatized" or hung by the jews.


  

 

Sounds about right.

Yes, he knows there are cameras in the sky.


An image grab taken on February 22, 2011, off the Libya's state television station shows Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi holding an umbrella as he sits in the back of a vehicle in what state television reported was a live broadcast from the strongman's home.

Read more: http://www.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,2052978,00.html#ixzz1Ep1KuNQ5


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« Reply #81 on: February 23, 2011, 01:37:19 PM »
this thread is epic
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« Reply #82 on: February 23, 2011, 02:55:37 PM »
Somehow all these mainstream media reports about libya seem to be no more than exaggerated BS.

The jews managed to gather a few hundred usefull idiots on a square. do some staged photo's to make it look more crowded.  al jewzeera claims ghadaffi is bombing them..  but due to claimed censorship no images are shown...Not even from those billion dollar satellites who can spot the hairs on your buttcheeks...  yeah i guess ghadaffi must use his extra special goldteeth to bling out the cameras on those satellites.

Israeli commandos' blow up the pipelines,  Forcing Europe to pay more for energy to Rothschild&Rockefeller Inc.
and taking out Ghadaffi's primary source of income  so he will  be unable to fund a decent army to resist Nato invasion coming to save those poor libyan people.. all that and not one jew harmed in the process..

Ghadafi refers to the jews when he mentions "stray dogs" He knows he can't call the jews the jews or they will surely bomb his other kids too..

 Ghadafi has no other choice than to put down this "revolt" by any means necessary. the other option is being "comatized" or hung by the jews.

Yeah, when I heard 1,000 had been killed I knew any possible further reporting about Libya would be kosher. Though I'm more disgusted about hearing that imams are supporting the revolt. Do any of these people remember what happened to Saddam and see the shape Iraq is in?
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« Reply #83 on: February 23, 2011, 03:37:14 PM »
Ghadafi has no other choice than to put down this "revolt" by any means necessary. the other option is being "comatized" or hung by the jews.

I believe that.

One thing though, spy-satellites and cameras 'in the sky' have limitations.  Very large lenses are needed for the optics of seeing faces or reading license-plates from orbit.  I'm not even sure if the physics is possible.

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this thread is epic

It deserves to be.

I believe what's going on here, politically and economically, is more complex than what we've been talking about thus far.

I can't put it all together yet, but my theory is some Elder knows the economic ponzi scheme is coming apart now (they can't hold it together any longer) and rather than have a false-flag event type trigger to blame it on, word was given to launch in-place programs to destabilize the list of 'enemy' countries as best they can - all at the same time.  We know that, if anything the economy contributed to causing the unrest, yet somehow I expect the 'angry arabs' will be blamed in Western media for the economy, probably though a prohibitively high crude oil price.  And while these countries are fighting the economic problems resultant in the disorientation from being freshly cut-off from the globalized economy, I expect war to break out and they'll have to deal with military incursions as well.

We are looking at the last 'tough-nut' to crack for the Israeli global empire - the Islamic middle-east with their Islamic religion and banking.  I've always wondered how they would attempt to crack that nut.  To believe that this 3500-year plan for global dominance is falling apart now, and that all of this is "freedom breaking out", is a bit premature I think.  Perhaps certain portions of the house-of-cards is falling apart, but the long-term sustainable jewish plan, I'm afraid, is probably still intact.  We just have to determine how it will unfold.
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« Reply #84 on: February 23, 2011, 04:55:33 PM »
Ghadafi has no other choice than to put down this "revolt" by any means necessary. the other option is being "comatized" or hung by the jews.

130 Libyan soldiers executed for mutiny

Thu Feb 24, 2011 12:45AM

source: http://www.presstv.ir/detail/166757.html

130 Libyan soldiers have been executed for refusing to open fire on pro-democracy protesters, International Federation for Human Rights says.

An amateur video footage shows the slain soldiers with their hands tied behind their backs.

This comes as there are more reports of defiance among army ranks and soldiers who have refused to obey orders by embattled Muammar Gaddafi to shoot peaceful protesters.

The rights group also said the harsh crackdown on protesters in Libya is “crime against humanity,” dpa reported on Wednesday.
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« Reply #85 on: February 23, 2011, 06:28:50 PM »
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The rights group also said the harsh crackdown on protesters in Libya is “crime against humanity,” dpa reported on Wednesday.

Some of the good guys, how sad. One has to admire their courage! No doubt that there was ample outside 'help'... from you-know-who.

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« Reply #86 on: February 23, 2011, 06:43:41 PM »
Jews won't get Libya, or any other country.  The corner has been turned.
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« Reply #87 on: February 23, 2011, 10:46:33 PM »
Obama: Libya bloodshed outrageous

Wed Feb 23, 2011 10:18PM

source: http://www.presstv.ir/detail/166747.html


US President Barack Obama

US President Barack Obama has condemned the violent crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in Libya, saying the perpetrators should be hold accountable.

Obama said the recent clampdown by Muammar Gaddafi's regime is "outrageous and unacceptable" and must stop, AFP reported on Wednesday.

"Like all governments, the Libyan government has a responsibility to refrain from violence, to allow humanitarian assistance to reach those in need and to respect the rights of its people," Obama said.

The US president also slammed the Libyan government's threats and orders of punishing and shooting the protesters and said these actions "violate international norms and every standard of common decency."

Obama urged all countries to work together and take a unanimous stance on the crisis in Libya in order to hold the North African country responsible for its human rights violations.

US and the EU have announced they are considering sanctions against the Libyan government. However, Libya's rich oil resources have forced the Western countries to be cautious about their remarks about the current crisis.

Italy has expressed deep concerns about the volatility of situation in Libya, saying the gas cuts will endanger the safety and trade in the European country.

Pro-democracy protests have been intensified with more cities, including the capital city of Tripoli, falling out of the control of security forces.

Reports widely indicate that government's crackdown on protesters has left at least 1,000 protesters dead over the past several days.

LW - who is this guy kidding? All he has done for a month now is talk softly with a big Israeli stick up his ass. While he postures and mouths false indignation his agents are directing the killing. Ten to one those soldiers killed for 'mutiny' (against the people?) had balked at the orders their Israeli / CIA handlers a.. and paid the price. Or is it Blackwater who is busy working on their bottom line?

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« Reply #88 on: February 23, 2011, 11:06:21 PM »
Harper ‘vigorously condemns’ violence in Libya
 
By Carmen Chai, Postmedia News February 21, 2011

source: http://www.montrealgazette.com/news/Cannon+urges+calm+Libyan+protests+swell/4319868/story.html


Prime Minister Stephen Harper speaks during a press conference, Thursday morning, February 17, 2011 in Toronto.

Prime Minister Stephen Harper speaks during a press conference, Thursday morning, February 17, 2011 in Toronto.
Photograph by: Aaron Lynett, National Post

Prime Minister Stephen Harper stepped up his government’s condemnation of Moammar Gadhafi’s Libyan regime Monday following reports it had fired on its own people in a bid to cling to power.

Protests continued Monday in the African nation as demonstrators called for democratic and economic reform as the strongman’s 40-year iron grip on power seemed threatened.

There were reports that the Libyan Air Force was ordered to bomb protesters in the capital of Tripoli and, earlier, that hundreds of people had already been killed in the anti-government uprising.

"We find the actions of the government firing upon its own citizens to be outrageous and unacceptable and we call on the government to cease this kind of violence immediately," Harper said at a news conference in Vancouver Monday.

"We vigorously condemn the actions taken by the government in that country," he said.

Harper’s comments were significantly stronger than Foreign Affairs Minister Lawrence Cannon’s more tempered reaction to the escalating violence earlier Monday.

Cannon had called for "peaceful dialogue" and calm, noting that the chaos swelling in Libya was part of a call being heard across the Arab world for democratic and economic reforms. It’s a wave that has already toppled governments in Egypt and Tunisia.

“We support the rule of law; we support freedom,” Cannon told reporters in Wakefield, Que., near Ottawa.

“We also put forward our considerations in terms of promoting democracy.”

In a written statement, Cannon also said that the government is "deeply concerned about the reports of extremely violent attacks and arrests of peaceful protesters."

“We regret the loss of life in Libya and call on all parties to refrain from violence. We call on the Libyan government to respect the rights of freedom of expression and assembly and to engage in peaceful dialogue with its people to address legitimate concerns,” he added.

Protesters, supported by defecting army units, have taken control of several cities in the country, according to some reports, and have reached the Libyan capital of Tripoli.

Cannon said there are believed to be between 400 and 500 Canadians in Libya, nearly 350 of whom are registered with Canadian officials.

Cannon said there were no government efforts yet to fly Canadians out of the country, as Ottawa recently did when protests gripped Egypt.

He said commercial flights were leaving Tripoli on Monday, and that Canadian companies operating in the country — oil firms Suncor Energy and Shell Canada and engineering and construction firm SNC-Lavalin are active in the nation — have been taking care of their own employees.

“These three companies have contingency plans there. They have roughly 50 people that are on staff, and they have been taken care of by the individual companies.”

Cannon called the protests “a manifestation of the people’s desire to see major reforms in terms of their democratic systems and their economy. We have seen that at different levels throughout the Arab world,” he said.

“The larger scope here is that in the Arab world there are a number of these demonstrations that are all calling for economic reforms as well as institutional democratic reforms.”

The International Federation for Human Rights said Monday that several Libyan cities, including Benghazi and Sirte, have fallen to demonstrators opposing Gadhafi’s rule after army units defected.

Gadhafi took power in a military coup in 1969 and has quelled any dissent through intimidation and violence.

One expert said Canada may have been more cautious in its initial response to the situation in Libya because of "relentless" criticism from opposition parties and diplomats.

Aurel Braun, a University of Toronto international relations professor, said the federal government faced criticism after losing its bid for a seat on the United Nations Security Council in the fall, with some saying it had been too assertive in its support of Israel.

He said that may be prompting the government now to choose its words more carefully on the world stage.

"We have stood at the forefront of fighting for freedom, for the dignity of people around the world . . . unfortunately, our stance has been perhaps more cautious, not because of business interests, but because this government has been relentlessly criticized," he said.

"I think this may be at the heart of the reluctancy now," he said.

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LW...gee... musta had the same speech writer as Obamination... and in sync with him as well. I'm impressed.
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« Reply #89 on: February 24, 2011, 12:59:48 AM »
they keep saying 'peaceful protesters' but seems like they are burning down buildings, mabye they werent so peaceful afterall?
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« Reply #90 on: February 24, 2011, 01:10:37 AM »
they keep saying 'peaceful protesters' but seems like they are burning down buildings, mabye they werent so peaceful afterall?

The military victories for the rebels were too quick and more than likely planned out ahead of time with hired mercs ala blackwater. Jewish media is saying the govt. is using African mercs, therefore, it means they have their owns mercs there on the other side.
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« Reply #91 on: February 24, 2011, 01:20:49 AM »
LW - who is this guy kidding? All he has done for a month now is talk softly with a big Israeli stick up his ass. While he postures and mouths false indignation his agents are directing the killing. Ten to one those soldiers killed for 'mutiny' (against the people?) had balked at the orders their Israeli / CIA handlers a.. and paid the price. Or is it Blackwater who is busy working on their bottom line?

I don't trust PressTV.ir 100%.  Though they appear to have the best coverage of what's going on, would you count on them to report key facts like this?
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« Reply #92 on: February 24, 2011, 08:14:21 AM »
they keep saying 'peaceful protesters' but seems like they are burning down buildings, mabye they werent so peaceful afterall?

What does it matter what the media has to say or how they describe thing. You think I trust Press TV or any media source? I would think they were all of the line of Jesus if in the face of assaults by paid, armed men who seem to have a penchant for head shots, they would continue to chant and get shot. I don't recall any of the protesters claiming to be Ghandi... those labels and descriptions are solely being promulgated by the nefarious press. But then burning building and breaking the peace is much the greater crime than shooting at unarmed civilians.

And what would you do if your son or friend was shot in the head while you protested against Ben Bernanke? Slap yourself on the wrist for torching the fed?
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« Reply #93 on: February 24, 2011, 08:19:46 AM »
I don't trust PressTV.ir 100%.  Though they appear to have the best coverage of what's going on, would you count on them to report key facts like this?


I made the supposition based on many years of observation, research and analysis... not PressTV which barely report much of anything but far more than the western media whores. I'm keeping this thread alive and in focus so as to not have yet more stuff disappear down the memory hole.

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« Reply #94 on: February 24, 2011, 08:27:08 AM »
The military victories for the rebels were too quick and more than likely planned out ahead of time with hired mercs ala blackwater. Jewish media is saying the govt. is using African mercs, therefore, it means they have their owns mercs there on the other side.

What 'victories? Where do you come up with this stuff Laconas... from your CIA handlers? Do they teach you to juxtapose facts as if they are a juggler's balls? How does one follow the other? The people are not armed. They have not shot anyone. They may have torn a few mossad/cia/south african mercs apart, which they more than deserve, but there have been NO military battles per se. Just professionals taking head shots.

But then you don't need facts do you? You are so fawking brilliant you can just spiel off shit without any facts, articles, sources material, media reports... just because you said so. I think you need to go hunt down Skunk and play in his yard.... the sooner the better.
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« Reply #95 on: February 24, 2011, 11:22:51 AM »
What 'victories? Where do you come up with this stuff Laconas... from your CIA handlers? Do they teach you to juxtapose facts as if they are a juggler's balls? How does one follow the other? The people are not armed. They have not shot anyone. They may have torn a few mossad/cia/south african mercs apart, which they more than deserve, but there have been NO military battles per se. Just professionals taking head shots.

But then you don't need facts do you? You are so fawking brilliant you can just spiel off $h^t without any facts, articles, sources material, media reports... just because you said so. I think you need to go hunt down Skunk and play in his yard.... the sooner the better.

The victories in east Libya. The overall strategy is too perfect not to have been pre-planned.
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« Reply #96 on: February 24, 2011, 02:28:15 PM »
The victories in east Libya. The overall strategy is too perfect not to have been pre-planned.

You are an idiot.
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« Reply #97 on: February 24, 2011, 02:40:16 PM »
Libyans take over major oil terminals

source: http://www.presstv.ir/detail/166865.html

Thu Feb 24, 2011 4:22PM


Pro-democracy demonstrators make victory signs as they stand on an army tank near a square where people are protesting in Benghazi city, Libya, February 23, 2011.

Libyan demonstrators have now taken control of key oil terminals in northern Libya as pro-democracy protests gain momentum across the North African country.

Oil terminals in the northern port cities of Ras Lanuf and Marsa El Brega are now controlled by pro-democracy protesters, Reuters reported on Thursday.

Earlier in the day, ten protesters were killed after government troops attacked the western city of Zuwarah, located 120 kilometers (74 miles) west of the capital Tripoli.

Several eastern cities have now fallen in the hands of demonstrators during 10 days of a revolution that has so far claimed the lives of 1,000 people.

Meanwhile, protesters have torn down Muammar Gaddafi's "Green Book" monument in the northwestern city of Misrata. The book contained the main tenets of political philosophy developed by the embattled 68-year-old Libyan ruler.

Gaddafi's regime is facing mounting international condemnation over its brutal crackdown on demonstrators as the death toll from Libya's revolution rises.

The UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has called on embattled Libyan ruler to show restraint and immediately stop the violence against demonstrators.

The UN Security Council has also condemned Libya's deadly crackdown on pro-democracy protesters.

The African Union on Wednesday strongly condemned the indiscriminate and excessive use of force by Gaddafi's security forces against demonstrators.

The African body announced that it would dispatch a mission to Libya to investigate the situation there.


LW _ I notice that all these African mercs put down their rifles so as to make peace signs...
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« Reply #98 on: February 24, 2011, 03:38:20 PM »
The victories in east Libya. The overall strategy is too perfect not to have been pre-planned.

Iran sent warships to the Med right when the jews were trying to pull this off.  Secrecy wasn't perfect.
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« Reply #99 on: February 24, 2011, 04:19:12 PM »
Obama makes me sick, literally, fucking uncle hymie hypocrite. He is without doubt the wall st jews tool.
He makes no disticntion between killing foreigners or your own people.
This is an inhuman lie. It is tribal, and proves to me that the tribe of israel, the worst tribe of cunts ever to breath oxygen, own him.
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