Was Mossad using Fox and Werritty as ‘useful idiots’? Ex-Ambassador reveals how links made by ‘advisers’ set alarm bells ringing By Craig Murray

15 October 2011 — Daily Mail

The real reason Liam Fox had to resign was not a grubby little money scandal about firms funding Adam Werritty as he jetted round the world with the Defence Secretary. It was much more important, and much worse, than that.

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“Green Light” to Use of Depleted Uranium Weapons in Libya? By International Coalition to Ban Uranium Weapons

15 July, 2011 — Global ResearchInternational Coalition to Ban Uranium Weapons

duGlobal Research Editor’s Note

Consult the statements of the UK and the US indicated below. They deny that DU are being used but they also state that NATO allies are “free to use them”. Consult highlighted sections.

 


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MILITARY ESCALATION: NATO chief calls for more planes to bomb Libyan targets

15 July 2011 — Global Research

‘British military source said Britain was running short of military targets in Libya, rather than running short of resources’

THE HAGUE (Reuters) – NATO members should supply more warplanes to bomb Libyan military targets, the alliance’s secretary general said on Thursday, increasing pressure on states to contribute more to the mission.

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Libya Newslinks 13 July 2011

13 July 2011 — williambowles.info

Libya campaign duration cannot be predicted, Liam Fox warns
Telegraph.co.uk
The duration of the Libya campaign cannot be predicted Liam Fox has said, suggesting that military commanders could be preparing for the conflict to last for months. The campaign was originally mandated for 90 days but it is now approaching four months …
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/libya/8635613/Libya-campaign-duration-cannot-be-predicted-Liam-Fox-warns.html

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Civil war in Libya, intervention by the West already a reality By William Bowles

4 March 2011

“Defence secretary Liam Fox today confirmed that a British diplomatic team is in Libya talking to rebel forces.” — ‘SAS unit ‘held by Libyan rebels’‘, The Independent, 6 March 2011

According to the Wikipedia site ‘a civil war is a war between organized groups within the same nation state’ which seems to be a pretty accurate description of events in Libya as they unfold. The problem is identifying who is contesting for state power as there seems to be no single group in charge of the opposition.

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