Libya Newslinks 8-10 November 2011

10 November 2011 — williambowles.info

10 November 2011
Bout likens his trial to Kafka’s works in diary
Russiatoday.ruToday at 10:05
Russian businessman Viktor Bout has likened the way the US court handled his case with Kafka’s book The Process and also with the all-out attack on Libya.

Report of a Green Resistance Soldier from Tunisia
Mathaba News Briefing (Alerts) Today at 10:01
Morris Herman talks to a Libyan Green Resistance soldier who fled from Tripoli to Tunisia a month ago because the rebels were trying to catch him.

UK Parliament Statement on Middle East and North Africa

Appeal of the Brother of Libyan Minister Abuzaid Dorda
Mathaba News Briefing (Alerts) Today at 07:01
Morris Herman interviews Mr. Adel Khalifa Dorda, brother of Libyan Minister Abuzaid Dorda who has been captured and tortured by the NATO-rebels.

Freedom Rider: Obama Perfects Right Wing Policy
The Greanville Post Today at 05:23
By BAR editor and senior columnist Margaret Kimberley
‘The president is happiest when John Boehner and the Republicans come to the negotiating table but that is when the rest of us are most at risk.’ In his quest for a Grand Bargain with the GOP, Obama has declared war against every progressive principle and betrayed every core constituency of the Democratic Party. Nevertheless, ‘thanks to his success in marketing himself as an agent of change, and the complete capitulation of black voters and other progressives, Obama is free to do as he pleases in America and around the world.’

“If I May Make A Prediction From America…”
Mathaba News Briefing (Alerts) Today at 04:01
Commentary on the Western influence on the current and future situation in Libya by John Green.

9 November 2011
British media use ‘puppy dog’ imagery to sell genocidal attack on Libya

Mathaba News Briefing (Alerts) Yesterday at 19:01
Daily Mail tries to whitewash the murderous war crimes the RAF pilots have committed.

Who to Commemorate
Dissident Voice Yesterday at 16:01
Today is Remembrance Day in Canada. It meant speaking ceremonial words, a reading of ‘Flanders Fields,’ and a minute of silence to the fallen fighters of the wars. I chose not to observe any of these events. I can accept that some people entered into soldiery and the battlefield believing they were doing so for noble reasons. However, to solemnize the mistakes of people who chose to use violence to solve conflicts is anathema to me.

94 Year Old Veteran Supports Muammar Qaddafi & Libyan Jamahiriya
Mathaba News Briefing (Alerts) Yesterday at 16:01
World War II Veteran speaks out against the insane criminals running the U.S. and other bankster governments

Niger’s army ‘intercepts’ convoy
BBC News Yesterday at 13:24
Niger’s army clashes with a heavily armed convoy travelling through a remote desert region from Libya towards Mali, security sources say.

Video proof: U.S. “journalist” shells civilian house in Libya
Mathaba News Briefing (Alerts) Yesterday at 07:01

Libya: ‘U.S. took a back seat’ myth takes another hit as Obama admits Americans flew French jets
Mathaba News Briefing (Alerts) Yesterday at 04:01
The notion that the Americans took a ‘back seat’ in the war can now be added to the long list of big lies that have characterised the criminal, genocidal destruction of Libya.

Indian communists on challenges for the Arab Spring and the American Autumn; Revolt of the 99 per cent
Links – International journal of socialist renewal Yesterday at 01:11
By the Communist Party of India (Marxist Leninist) Liberation
November 7, 2011 — ML Update — It was Iraq in 2006. It is Libya today in 2011. In 2006, the administration of US President George Bush had celebrated the conquest of Iraq by exhibiting the mutilated body of Saddam Hussein as a prized trophy. The spectacle of celebration of Libya’s ‘liberation’ is turning out to be remarkably similar.

8 November 2011
VIDEO: The Real Libya: What Mainstream Media Won’t Show

GlobalResearch.ca 08/11/2011 at 21:48
For more details, please click on the link to read the article.

What will decide the fate of Syria?
Strategic Culture Foundation 08/11/2011 at 20:00
The question is whether the Assad government will have the nerve to launch an offensive against the armed opposition. The answer will decide the country’s fate. Mr. Assad has recently announced that the «Libyan scenario» is unlikely to repeat in Syria: «…Any similar scenario will cost dearly to its producers.» Well, the problem is that ‘producers’ seem to be ready to pay a very high price…

Libya: Naked Bloody Imperialism – “We Came, We Saw, He Died”
Mathaba News Briefing (Alerts) 08/11/2011 at 19:01
Analysis of the ‘death’ of Muammar Gaddafi

British arms traders cash in on Libya destruction
Morning Star 08/11/2011 at 17:31
Anti-arms trade campaigners said yesterday that government plans to send a weapons sales team on a mission to Libya showed its ‘attitude to civilian lives is callous in the extreme.’

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