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GADDAFI'S GOLD CURRENCY IS WHY BANKSTERS WANT HIM DEAD
The Libyan leader proposed the nationalisation of U.S. oil companies, as well as those of UK, Germany, Spain, Norway, Canada and Italy in 2009. On January 25, 2009, Muammar Al Gaddafi announced that his country was studying the nationalisation of foreign companies due to lower oil prices. "The oil-exporting countries should opt for nationalisation because of the rapid fall in oil prices. Reason for war? Gaddafi wanted to nationalise oil
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Files Note Close C.I.A. Ties to Qaddafi Spy Unit
The CIA worked closely with Muammar Gaddafi's intelligence services in the rendition of terrorist suspects including Abdel-Hakim Belhaj, the rebel commander in Tripoli, according to documents found in Tripoli. The documents, found in the offices of the former head of Libyan intelligence Musa Kusa, also show that MI6 gave Gaddafi's regime information on Libyan dissidents living in the UK. The files, uncovered by Human Rights Watch, provide details of the close relationship between western intelligence services, including MI6 and the CIA, and the ousted dictator's regime. Two documents from March 2004 appear to be American correspondence to Libyan officials to arrange the rendition of Belhaj, the former leader of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, a now-dissolved militant group with links to al-Qaida. Referring to him by his nom de guerre, Abdullah al-Sadiq, the documents say he will be flown from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to Libya, and asks for Libyan government agents to accompany him. CIA worked with Libya in terror suspect renditions, documents show | World news
Libya, the Lie | Wikispooks blog When the U.S. invaded Iraq riding a pack of lies and monstrous manipulation, the entire U.S. elite, including major news services, academics, and politicians from both “sides” of the spectrum, lined up to cheerlead and off they went to war. It was one of the most shameful chapters in the long history of shameful acts of U.S. imperial foreign policy. But it actually didn’t take too long for dissenting voices to come out of the woodwork.
After repeated interrogations lead by Reflets.info, OWNI, the Wall Street Journal and the Figaro, Amesys, the French company that sold Internet surveillance systems to Gaddafi’s Libya tried to calm things down with a statement posted on its website (mirror): The contract only concerned the sale of materials capable of analysing a fraction of existing internet connections, only a few thousand. However, the documents in OWNI’s possession tell a different story, in fact, the exact opposite story. A guide to Libya’s surveillance network
TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Colonel Muammar Gaddafi's regime was delivered by a caterer, on a memory stick. Abdel Majid Mlegta ran the companies that supplied meals to Libyan government departments including the interior ministry. The job was "easy," he told Reuters last week. "I built good relations with officers. Special report: The secret plan to take Tripoli
The world has declared victory over Moammar Gadhafi. Only no one told Gadhafi he was defeated. Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. Fighters loyal to Gadhafi killed 17 guards at an oil refinery near Ras Lunuf on Monday. They drove to the refinery in a convoy of more than a dozen vehicles. Has The Libyan Insurgency Begun? | Danger Room
Mass grave of Libyan prisoners found - Africa A mass grave with the remains of 1,700 prisoners killed during a notorious crackdown by Muammar Gaddafi's regime has been found, the country's new rulers say. News of the gruesome find came on Sunday as hundreds of fighters of the National Transitional Council thrust into Sirte, Gaddafi's hometown. NATO warplanes pounded the coastal city for a second straight day. Khalid Sharif, a spokesman for the NTC's military council, said the prisoners were executed at Tripoli's notorious Abu Salim jail in 1996. "We found the place where all these martyrs were buried," said Sharif, adding it was evidence of "criminal acts" by Gaddafi's regime.
Commentary | China's African mischief
Libya's National Transitional Council says that Muammar Gaddafi, the country's toppled leader, is in the southern desert region of the country, and that it is only a matter of time before he is captured. Abdul Hafiz Ghoga, the vice-chairman of the NTC, told Al Jazeera on Thursday that satellites have been tracking the former Libyan leader south of Sabha. "We have confirmed reports that Gaddafi is in the southern Libyan desert. Gaddafi 'being tracked by satellite' - Africa
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NATO Officer Says Qaddafi Loyalists’ Resilience Surprising
‘NATO adopted civil war and will stay in Libya forever’
Khalifa Belqasim Haftar (sometimes spelled Hifter, Hefter or Huftur) (Arabic: خليفة بالقاسم حفتر) is a senior military officer in Libya. In April 2011, he was reported as holding the rank of lieutenant general. Formerly one of Muammar Gaddafi's army commanders in the Chadian–Libyan conflict, he fell out with the regime when Libya lost the war, and sought exile in the United States. Some sources have reported ties with the US Central Intelligence Agency. After falling out with the Gaddafi regime, Haftar set up his own militia financed by the CIA, according to the 2001 book Manipulations africaines, published by Le Monde diplomatique. Khalifa Belqasim Haftar
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Both sides of the Qaddafi coin - Farooq Sulehria Until the late 1980s Muammar Qaddafi was a cult-like figure for many Pakistanis. When Libya was subjected to US aggression in 1986, Qaddafi’s support in Pakistan surged to new heights. The revolutionary image he cultivated was not hollow. He manifested the first “Arab spring,” that sparked by Gamal Abdul Nasser. On coming to power in 1969, he played the Libyan Nasser by replacing the monarchy with a republic, championing Arab unity and the Palestinian cause.
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China offered huge stockpiles of weapons to Colonel Moammar Gadhafi during the final months of his regime, according to papers that describe secret talks about shipments via Algeria and South Africa. Documents obtained by The Globe and Mail show that state-controlled Chinese arms manufacturers were prepared to sell weapons and ammunition worth at least $200-million to the embattled Col. Gadhafi in late July, a violation of United Nations sanctions. The documents suggest that Beijing and other governments may have played a double game in the Libyan war, claiming neutrality but covertly helping the dictator. The papers do not confirm whether any military assistance was delivered, but senior leaders of the new transitional government in Tripoli say the documents reinforce their suspicions about the recent actions of China, Algeria and South Africa. China offered Gadhafi huge stockpiles of arms: Libyan memos
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Troupes françaises au sol en Libye : nouvelles révélations (© AP Photo/Altaf Qadri) Mince, voilà qui risque bien d’écorner le mythe que Nicolas Sarkozy essaye à grand peine de construire sur son rôle de sauveur en Libye : une conversation téléphonique entre un commandant militaire de Misrata et le porte parole militaire du Conseil National de Transition (CNT), le colonel Ahmed Bani, laisse entendre qu’il y aurait bien eu des troupes au sol en Libye, en totale contradiction avec le mandat de l’ONU. L’Organisation des nations unies visait à protéger la population civile contre la sanglante répression de la contestation du régime de Mouammar Kadhafi. Il ne permettait pas que des troupes étrangères opèrent au sol. L’aviation en revanche pouvait frapper les troupes fidèles au colonel Kadhafi.