No quick solution to Libyan conflict – Lavrov — RT

7 July 2011 — RT

Sergey Lavrov has said there cannot be a quick outcome in Libya and that will lead to many casualties on both sides. The Russian foreign minister also talked about complex relations between Russia and the UK in an interview to a Russian TV-channel.

­Lavrov said NATO put itself in a difficult situation because it has already been bombing Libya longer than it bombed what was Yugoslavia. ‘Libya has been bombed for more than three months, and there is no end to the bombings,’ added Lavrov.

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No quick solution to Libyan conflict – Lavrov — RT

7 July 2011 — RT

Sergey Lavrov has said there cannot be a quick outcome in Libya and that will lead to many casualties on both sides. The Russian foreign minister also talked about complex relations between Russia and the UK in an interview to a Russian TV-channel.

­Lavrov said NATO put itself in a difficult situation because it has already been bombing Libya longer than it bombed what was Yugoslavia. ‘Libya has been bombed for more than three months, and there is no end to the bombings,’ added Lavrov.

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Black Agenda Report 6 July 2011: GOP & Dems = Evil / Teachers Shoot Selves / Africa Stands Up

6 July 2011 — Black Agenda Report

Black Agenda Report – News, commentary and analysis from the black left

Freedom Rider: The Evil of Two Lessers

by BAR editor and senior columnist Margaret Kimberley
“Not only is Obama keeping the country in a perpetual state of war,” but he abandons core Democratic programs “at the first sign of Republican resistance.” As a consequence the GOP, which has fought and schemed for decades to “starve the beast” by cutting social programs while fattening the military and the wealthy, “are closer than ever to seeing their dream realized.” No longer can it be said that the Democrats are the “lesser of two evils,” since they are the party in charge that is making the evils possible.

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Rejection by African Union of ICC’s Qaddafi arrest warrant reveals ICC as hoax. By Tony Cartalucci

7 July 2011 — Land Destroyer

Bangkok, Thailand July 2, 2011 – If an entire continent rejects an alleged international institution’s actions as illegitimate and self-serving, does said institution still get to call itself “international?” Furthermore, does it still hold any sort of mandate to continue on as self-proclaimed international arbiter? Certainly not, and for the International Criminal Court, whose “arrest warrant” for Libyan leader Moammar Qaddafi was soundly rejected by the 53-member African Union, their last shred of self-proclaimed credibility has been rendered moot. Continue reading

Information Clearing House Newsletter 6 July, 2011: People are Awakening: The Revolution Has Begun

6 July 2011 — Information Clearing House

Palestinian People Power
By Alan Hart
Marching to the borders of pre-1967 Israel is what the Palestinians should now do, and not only the Palestinians of the occupied West Bank and the Gaza Strip prison camp. They should be joined by Palestinian refugees from Lebanon, Syria, Jordan and Egypt.
http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article28499.htm

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Book Launch, London: Hugo Chávez and the Bolivarian Revolution By Richard Gott

BOOK LAUNCH: Thursday July 14, 18.30- 21.00. At the Marx Memorial Library, 37A Clerkenwell Green, London EC1R 0DU

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Places available – please email info@venezuelasolidarity.co.uk to reserve your place today! With rum cocktails, complimentary refreshments, music, stalls and much more!

Plus special guests including:

  • Richard Gott
  • Ambassador Samuel Moncada
  • And more to be announced

Praise for Hugo Chávez and the Bolivarian Revolution

  • “A colourful and readable account of Chávez’s background and beliefs.”
    Financial Times
  • “Gott is always an interesting, well-informed, and engaging writer.”
    Foreign Affairs
  • “Chávez, as Richard Gott’s readable profile makes clear, is no ordinary caudillo.”
  • Times Higher Education Supplement
    – “Gott is, if nothing else, a true believer of the revolutionary process in Latin America and brings his own sense of moral indignation every time he mentions the United States. It is worth reading a text that is so ideological yet effectively explains how many people in the upper ranks of the Chávez government perceive the world around them.”
    – Center for Strategic and International Studies

This event is free, but please pre-register by emailing info@venezuelasolidarity.co.uk
Organised by the Venezuela Solidarity Campaign in association with Verso Books and the Marx Memorial Library.

Book Launch, London: Hugo Chávez and the Bolivarian Revolution By Richard Gott

BOOK LAUNCH: Thursday July 14, 18.30- 21.00. At the Marx Memorial Library, 37A Clerkenwell Green, London EC1R 0DU

gott-ven.jpg

Places available – please email info@venezuelasolidarity.co.uk to reserve your place today! With rum cocktails, complimentary refreshments, music, stalls and much more!

Plus special guests including:

  • Richard Gott
  • Ambassador Samuel Moncada
  • And more to be announced

Praise for Hugo Chávez and the Bolivarian Revolution

  • “A colourful and readable account of Chávez’s background and beliefs.”
    Financial Times
  • “Gott is always an interesting, well-informed, and engaging writer.”
    Foreign Affairs
  • “Chávez, as Richard Gott’s readable profile makes clear, is no ordinary caudillo.”
  • Times Higher Education Supplement
    – “Gott is, if nothing else, a true believer of the revolutionary process in Latin America and brings his own sense of moral indignation every time he mentions the United States. It is worth reading a text that is so ideological yet effectively explains how many people in the upper ranks of the Chávez government perceive the world around them.”
    – Center for Strategic and International Studies

This event is free, but please pre-register by emailing info@venezuelasolidarity.co.uk
Organised by the Venezuela Solidarity Campaign in association with Verso Books and the Marx Memorial Library.

Updates on Libyan war/Stop NATO news: July 7, 2011

7 July 2011 — Stop NATO

  • U.S. Must End Its Illegal War In Libya Now: Dennis Kucinich
  • Ex-NATO Chief Robertson Blusters On 110-Day Libyan War
  • NATO Officials To Meet Libyan Rebel Leader
  • Russia Accuses NATO Of Obstructing Political Negotiations In Libya
  • Libyan Family Takes Legal Action Against NATO For Killing Relatives
  • NATO Warplanes Bomb Libyan Fueling Equipment
  • Hundreds Of Afghans Protest NATO Air Raid Killings

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