Black People : Libya calls for Peace/but NATO says no/ WAR instead, humanitarian effort???

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  1. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    The so and so forth is hitting the fan on the reg in the last 3 months ,
    and the stories and con games are gettig thick

    Now it is obvious that the mission to invade
    Libya was not about a humanitarian effort but about colonization, plain and simple.

    And colonizing Africa starting in a place, that some don't even concider African.

    Published on Sunday, May 15, 2011 by Agence France-Presse

    Libya Offers Truce to UN as Revolt Enters 4th Month


    TRIPOLI – Moamer Kadhafi's prime minister offered on Sunday a truce to the visiting UN special envoy to Libya, Abdul-Ilah al-Khatib, in return for an immediate NATO ceasefire, as an anti-regime revolt entered a fourth month.

    A Libyan revolution flag waves at the grave of a rebel fighter at the Alhawari cemetery in rebel's stronghold Libyan eastern city of Benghazi. Moamer Kadhafi's prime minister offered on Sunday a truce to the visiting UN special envoy to Libya, Abdul-Ilah al-Khatib, in return for an immediate NATO ceasefire, as an anti-regime revolt entered a fourth month. (AFP/Saeed Khan) The head of Britain's armed forces, meanwhile, said NATO should widen its bombing campaign to ensure Kadhafi is unable to cling to power, while Pope Benedict XVI called for negotiations to end the violence.

    Prime Minister Baghdadi Mahmudi, quoted by JANA state news agency, said after meeting Khatib that Libya is keen for "an immediate ceasefire to coincide with a stop to the NATO bombardment and the acceptance of international observers."

    His country, he added, was committed to the unity of its territory and people and that Libyans had the right to "decide on their internal affairs and political system through democratic dialogue away from the bombing threat."

    Mahmudi accused NATO, which has been in charge of enforcing a UN-mandated no-fly zone over Libya, of "abuses and violations" including "political assassinations, the unjust maritime siege, bombing of civilian sites and destruction of infrastructure."

    Soon after Khatib arrived, several loud explosions shook the east of Tripoli and columns of smoke rose into the sky, residents reported from Tajura, an outlying suburb of the capital.

    JANA reported "human losses and materi.......

    http://www.commondreams.org/headline/2011/05/15-2?print
     
  2. thomas98

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    That’s the same thing some said about Iraq and Afganistan were we had troops on the ground.
    This country is not even close to colonization of those countries. If anything as the US getting ready to pull out. Then chances are they will loose what little bit of cultivation they have. Have to feel sorry for the women. Not even allowed to read and write.
    And of course they have to ignore what Libya says. They have agreed to a ceases fire before only to go back on their word. They just wanted a short halt to allow them to position their forces and attack. Would just ask for one if needed more time to build back up their force and weapons.
    But personally I don’t agree with us being in any of these 3 countries.
     
  3. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Women unable to read or write?:SuN024:

    Sometims it is better to get ones information from Wikipedia, The UN Human Rights categorizations an acolade, as well as the actual CIA fact books on nations

    rather the Ann Coulter and Glenn Beck

    Not ony do the women have the highest literacy rate of any of the 50 plus African nations,
    but they also get free education, free college and free health care

    and the poverty rate according to wikipedia,
    is lower then the Netherlands

    If one checks the previous 7 pages to this date,
    archived;
    it will become apparent that there is an entire dossier of pertinent information from reliable and verifiable sources, with references regarding the actual living conitions in Libya .

    Also there are 2 references to the interview with ex FBI Dr Tyrone Powers, regarding the real facts about all of this,
    in the events section
     
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