The Lies of Empire: Don’t Believe a Word They Say By Glen Ford

20 June 2013 — Black Agenda Report

by BAR executive editor Glen Ford

The U.S. reprises Iraq, inventing a WMD threat from Syria. The FBI concocts home-grown terror through stings, while the NSA claims it has secretly saved many lives. “Why this steady stream of government-invented terror, if the real thing is so abundant?” And, isn’t the U.S. arming and funding the same jihadists they are supposed to be listening for on our telephones? Continue reading

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 2 July, 2011: Africa will not execute Gaddafi warrant: African Union summit

2 July, 2011 — Information Clearing House

Should Libya Retaliate Against NATO Nations?
Libya Can Sting Europe Like ‘Swarm of Bees’: Kadhafi

By Hassen Jouini
“The Libyan people are capable, one day, of taking the battle to Europe and the Mediterranean” region, Kadhafi said in the message, as thousands of supporters massed in the landmark square in the centre of the capital.
http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article28449.htm

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Stop NATO News: 5 April, 2011

5 April 2011 — Stop NATO

Updates on Libyan war: April 5

NATO’s New Humanitarian Intervention: Words And Pictures

  • Obama Backs French Military Action, Tells Ivorian President To Abdicate
  • Russia Calls For Emergency UN Security Council Meeting On Foreign Military Intervention In Ivory Coast
  • African Union Head Condemns Western Military Intervention In Libya, Ivory Coast
  • French Military Destroys Ivorian Vehicles, Anti-Aircraft Sites, State TV Station
  • French, UN Troops Attack Ivory Coast Military Camp
  • NATO Afghan Commander Next CIA Chief, NATO’s Supreme Allied Commander Starvidis Next Military Chief?
  • Governor: NATO Troops Kill Six Civilians In Northern Afghanistan
  • Hungarian Troops Back From Afghanistan: NATO Strategic Airlift Operation Reaches 4,000 Flight Hours
  • 60th Anniversary Of SHAPE: Operational Expansion Of NATO To Three Continents, Indian Ocean
  • Philippines: 6,500 U.S. Troops In Joint Military Exercises

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Stop NATO News: 5 April, 2011

5 April 2011 — Stop NATO

Updates on Libyan war: April 5

NATO’s New Humanitarian Intervention: Words And Pictures

  • Obama Backs French Military Action, Tells Ivorian President To Abdicate
  • Russia Calls For Emergency UN Security Council Meeting On Foreign Military Intervention In Ivory Coast
  • African Union Head Condemns Western Military Intervention In Libya, Ivory Coast
  • French Military Destroys Ivorian Vehicles, Anti-Aircraft Sites, State TV Station
  • French, UN Troops Attack Ivory Coast Military Camp
  • NATO Afghan Commander Next CIA Chief, NATO’s Supreme Allied Commander Starvidis Next Military Chief?
  • Governor: NATO Troops Kill Six Civilians In Northern Afghanistan
  • Hungarian Troops Back From Afghanistan: NATO Strategic Airlift Operation Reaches 4,000 Flight Hours
  • 60th Anniversary Of SHAPE: Operational Expansion Of NATO To Three Continents, Indian Ocean
  • Philippines: 6,500 U.S. Troops In Joint Military Exercises

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Stop NATO Updates on Libyan war 20 March 2011

20 March — Stop NATO

  • Heavy Anti-Aircraft Fire, Explosions Heard In Libyan Capital
  • U.S. Stealth Bombers Drop 40 Bombs On Libyan Airfield
  • Norway Provides Six F-16s For Strikes Against Libya
  • Canadian Prime Minister: Strikes On Libya “Act Of War,” Expect Civilian Casualties
  • Russia: NATO Attacks Kill 48 Libyan Civilians, Wound Over 150
  • Chinese, Russian Foreign Ministries Call For End To Attacks On Libya
  • African Union Panel Rejects Foreign Military Intervention In Libya
  • U.S.-Led Attacks May Unify Libyans Against West: Expert
  • U.S., NATO Allies Turn North Africa Into War Zone
  • Libya Denounces West’s Colonialist Crusade

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