ASSASSINS R US. Libya: The UN and NATO Enjoin “Multi-State Terrorism” By Felicity Arbuthnot

22 October 2011 — Global Research

‘For we wrestle not against flesh and blood,
but against principalities, against powers,
against the rulers of the darkness of this world,
against spiritual wickedness in high places.’ (Ephesians: 6:12.)

skull-tomahawk-2.jpgWhat a decade it has been for assassinations, liquidations, exterminations – for State terrorism led by the Land of the Free. Summary executions include Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. On 5th February 2003, General Colin Powell stating that he headed a deadly terrorist network within Iraq – just six weeks before the US headed a deadly terrorist network, in an illegal invasion, which entirely destroyed Iraq.

On 7th June 2006, at Hibhib, near Baquba, al-Zarqawi was killed by two five hundred pound bombs, dropped by USAF F-16 jets, killing five others including his wife and child. Legality, trying in law those accused of wrong doing, is, seemingly, so yesterday.

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Electronic Intifada 22/10/11: Stories behind prisoner swap headlines | Gaza musicians | British Airways | Latest blogs & more



Rami Almeghari, Gaza City, 20 October 2011
The sense of joy was palpable in the streets of Gaza on Tuesday as released prisoners were greeted by celebratory crowds. The Electronic Intifada’s Rami Almeghari was there when the first prisoners arrived.

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New at Strategic Culture Foundation 1-21 October 2011: Pakistan / UK / Russia-China / India

22 October 2011 — Strategic Culture Foundation

Can the US “contain” Pakistan?
21.10.2011 | 00:00 | Melkulangara BHADRAKUMAR
…The US’s expectation would be that the kaleidoscope of US’s ties with Pakistan can always be tilted once the Washington-Kabul strategic agreement and the NATO summit in Chicago in May go through, irrevocably establishing the western military presence in Afghanistan. Precipitating a crisis in the relationship with Pakistan at this juncture becomes a geopolitical necessity for the US despite its apparent madness. It is a dangerous game. 

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Updates on Libyan war/Stop NATO news: October 22, 2011

21 October 2011 — Stop NATO

  • Pentagon Chief Praises NATO For Libyan War Role
  • Russian Foreign Minister: West Plans To Effect Libyan Scenario In Syria
  • Libya: Canada’s Latest War
  • Obama Praises NATO Ally Norway For African, Asian War Efforts
  • Russian Foreign Minister Rebuffs McCain Over Gaddafi Fate For Putin Remark
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VTJP Palestine/Israel Newslinks 21 October, 2011: Israeli military and Zionists ambush olive harvest in Beit Furik

21 October 2011 — VTJP

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Resident Kidnapped In Bil’in, Dozens Treated For Effects of Teargas Inhalation
IMEMC – Saturday October 22, 2011 – 02:31, Israeli soldiers attacked the weekly nonviolent protest against the Annexation Wall and settlements, in Bil’in village, near the central West Bank city of Ramallah, and kidnapped one resident; dozens were treated for the effects of teargas inhalation.

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Qaddafi, From Beginning to End By Vijay Prashad

21 October 2011 — The Greanville Post – Qaddafi, From Beginning to End

NATO’s Agenda for Libya

gaddafi.jpgOn the dusty reaches out of Sirte, a convoy flees a battlefield. A NATO aircraft fires and strikes the cars. The wounded struggle to escape. Armed trucks, with armed fighters, rush to the scene. They find the injured, and among them is the most significant prize: a bloodied Muammar Qaddafi stumbles, is captured, and then is thrown amongst the fighters. One can imagine their exhilaration. A cell-phone traces the events of the next few minutes. A badly injured Qaddafi is pushed around, thrown on a car, and then the video gets blurry. The next images are of a dead Qaddafi. He has a bullet hole on the side of his head.

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