The ‘humanitarian’ destruction of Libya – part 2: Gaddafi and NATO, a history of deception

“Despite the nationalisation of some American and British oil interests in 1973, the Libyan government showed no inclination towards an open confrontation with the West in the first years after the coup. Gradually, however, as Gaddafi openly voiced his support for Palestinian resistance against Zionism, the Irish Republican Army’s struggle against British rule and the African National Congress’ battle against apartheid, the US started accusing Libya of supporting terrorism. It was only after Libya was accused of being directly involved in a series of terrorist attacks in Europe in the 1980s, though, that the US successfully managed to isolate the Libyan government from the international community.”

But did the available evidence support these claims? Do they back up Gaddafi’s unexplained counterproductive eagerness to ensure international outcry against his rule by masterminding terrorist attacks on European and American citizens, or do they point to other players as the culprits?

Read the full article on Newsbud. For eager readers out there, the final part of this series is already posted on Newsbud as well.

4 comments

  1. I have seen the video of when Clinton made that remark , we came , we saw , he died and it just proved how inhuman she is and I believe part of the reason she lost the election.
    What the West did to Libya was a war crime and now Syria.

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    1. Indeed. I share your opinion. I just keep wondering why she supposedly was the best choice the establishment had to offer. Yes, what they have done in Syria is disgusting, too.

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  2. With havin so much content and articles do you ever run into any issues of plagorism or copyright violation? My site has a lot of unique content I’ve either written myself or outsourced but it looks like a lot of it is popping it up all over the internet without my authorization. Do you know any solutions to help reduce content from being stolen? I’d definitely appreciate it.

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    1. Hmm, in the first place it is important that you always reference your sources, but you probably mean it the other way around – that your content is stolen, right? I’m afraid I cannot help you with that.

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