Samstag, 26. März 2011

Libysche Anmerkung

Das Global Research Project macht auf Auszüge aus dem "Libyschen Notizbuch" von Prof. Peter Dale Scott aufmerksam, die im The Asia-Pacific Journal Vol 9, Issue 13 No 3, March 28, 2011 erschienen sind. Hier ein paar appetizer:
"With the aim of overthrowing Libyan strongman Muammar Khadafy, Israel and the U.S. trained anti-Libyan rebels in a number of West and Central African countries. The Paris-based African Confidential newsletter reported on January 5th, 1989, that the US and Israel had set up a series of bases in Chad and other neighboring countries to train 2000 Libyan rebels captured by the Chad army. The group, called The National Front for the Salvation of Libya, was based in Chad."
"US official records indicate that funding for the Chad-based secret war against Libya also came from Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Morocco, Israel and Iraq. The Saudis, for instance, donated $7m to an opposition group, the National Front for the Salvation of Libya (also backed by French intelligence and the CIA). But a plan to assassinate Gadafi and take over the government on 8 May 1984 was crushed. In the following year, the US asked Egypt to invade Libya and overthrow Gadafi but President Mubarak refused. By the end of 1985, the Washington Post had exposed the plan after congressional leaders opposing it wrote in protest to President Reagan."

"The FNSL [National Front for the Salvation of Libya] was part of the National Conference for the Libyan Opposition held in London in 2005, and British resources are being used to support the FNSL and other 'opposition' in Libya.... The FNSL held its national congress in the USA in July 2007. Reports of 'atrocities' and civilian deaths are being channeled into the western press from operations in Washington DC, and the opposition FNSL is reportedly organizing resistance and military attacks from both inside and outside Libya."
usw. usf. bis in die allerjüngste Vergangenheit. Sehr lesenwert und alles grundsolide belegt.

P.S.: In Russland rechnet man übrigens mit einer Bodenoffensive ab Ende April. Laut Aussage von Präsident Barack Obama wollen die USA dabei allerdings nicht mitmachen. (Beide Berichte RIA Novosti.)

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