Libya – The rebels attacked a bus (18 April 2012)


Libya – The rebels attacked a bus 

Source: ALGERIA ISP

Libya - The rebels attacked a bus (18 April 2012)

ALGERIA ISP / Thida According Yawm 17 Febrayr Fi Libya, Armed rebels stopped a bus on the route between Sabha and  Tripoli. They brought down all travelers. They lined them up on the road. The women were stripped of all gold jewelry and everything they owned large amounts of money. Most travelers went to Tripoli to visit or care for families.

The rebels did not stay as they have threatened the driver who was forced to hand over a large sum of money estimated at 100,000 Libyan Dinars, it is the money of traders Sabha who have entrusted the driver for delivery to Tripoli.

(**** This is the NEW FREE DEMOCRATIC LIBYA. WE STEAL,WE KILL, WE RAPE, WE HUNT DOWN ANY LEFTOVER GADDAFI LOYALISTS FOR THE FUN OF IT. YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO CRITICIZE US AS WE ARE THE NEW FREE LIBYA IF YOU DARE CRITICIZE US THE PENALTY IS DEATH BY HANGING BUT FIRST YOU WILL BE RAPED WE DO NOT CARE IF YOU ARE A MAN OR A WOMAN ITS THE SAME FOR US! WE GET A KICK OUT OF RAPING! THIS IS THE NEW FREE LIBYA!!!!! DICTATORSHIP!!!!)

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2 comments on “Libya – The rebels attacked a bus (18 April 2012)

  1. alfateh69 thee makes a mistake, permit me please
    ” (**** This is the NEW FREE DEMOCRATIC LIBYA. WE STEAL,WE KILL, WE RAPE, WE HUNT DOWN ANY LEFTOVER GADDAFI LOYALISTS FOR THE FUN OF IT. YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO CRITICIZE US AS WE ARE THE NEW FREE LIBYA IF YOU DARE CRITICIZE US THE PENALTY IS DEATH BY HANGING BUT FIRST YOU WILL BE RAPED WE DO NOT CARE IF YOU ARE A MAN OR A WOMAN ITS THE SAME FOR US! WE GET A KICK OUT OF RAPING! THIS IS THE NEW FREE LIBYA!!!!! DICTATORSHIP!!!!)”

    nay.
    this is west
    this is naTo
    this is imperialism
    this is colonialism
    New??????
    Nothing NEW? 1757 -the brit commiting atrocities
    2012 -(US soldier kills 16 Afghan civilians in deadly shooting …)

    2010 -2012
    the “brave” naTo goons in our Ummah of Afghanistan:

    US soldiers posed with militants’ body parts in Afghanistan 18 Apr 2012 The emergence of a series of new photos showing American troops in Afghanistan smiling while they pose with the dead bodies of suspected militants have brought the Afghan war in focus. The Los Angeles Times reported on Wednesday that an American soldier gave 18 photos of soldiers posing with corpses to the paper to draw attention to the safety risk of a breakdown in leadership and discipline that he believed compromised the safety of US troops. The photos were taken on different occasions in the southern Zabul Province in 2010 and were submitted to The Times by a soldier from the Army’s 82nd Airborne Division on condition of anonymity. The US Army said it has launched a “criminal investigation.”

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2005/dec/27/eu.turkey

    n his book Late Victorian Holocausts, published in 2001, Mike Davis tells the story of famines that killed between 12 and 29 million Indians. These people were, he demonstrates, murdered by British state policy. When an El Niño drought destituted the farmers of the Deccan plateau in 1876 there was a net surplus of rice and wheat in India. But the viceroy, Lord Lytton, insisted that nothing should prevent its export to England. In 1877 and 1878, at the height of the famine, grain merchants exported a record 6.4m hundredweight of wheat. As the peasants began to starve, officials were ordered “to discourage relief works in every possible way”. The Anti-Charitable Contributions Act of 1877 prohibited “at the pain of imprisonment private relief donations that potentially interfered with the market fixing of grain prices”. The only relief permitted in most districts was hard labour, from which anyone in an advanced state of starvation was turned away. In the labour camps, the workers were given less food than inmates of Buchenwald. In 1877, monthly mortality in the camps equated to an annual death rate of 94%.

    As millions died, the imperial government launched “a militarised campaign to collect the tax arrears accumulated during the drought”. The money, which ruined those who might otherwise have survived the famine, was used by Lytton to fund his war in Afghanistan. Even in places that had produced a crop surplus, the government’s export policies, like Stalin’s in Ukraine, manufactured hunger. In the north-western provinces, Oud and the Punjab, which had brought in record harvests in the preceeding three years, at least 1.25m died.

    Three recent books – Britain’s Gulag by Caroline Elkins, Histories of the Hanged by David Anderson, and Web of Deceit by Mark Curtis – show how white settlers and British troops suppressed the Mau Mau revolt in Kenya in the 1950s. Thrown off their best land and deprived of political rights, the Kikuyu started to organise – some of them violently – against colonial rule. The British responded by driving up to 320,000 of them into concentration camps. Most of the remainder – more than a million – were held in “enclosed villages”. Prisoners were questioned with the help of “slicing off ears, boring holes in eardrums, flogging until death, pouring paraffin over suspects who were then set alight, and burning eardrums with lit cigarettes”. British soldiers used a “metal castrating instrument” to cut off testicles and fingers. “By the time I cut his balls off,” one settler boasted, “he had no ears, and his eyeball, the right one, I think, was hanging out of its socket.” The soldiers were told they could shoot anyone they liked “provided they were black”. Elkins’s evidence suggests that more than 100,000 Kikuyu were either killed or died of disease and starvation in the camps. David Anderson documents the hanging of 1,090 suspected rebels: far more than the French executed in Algeria. Thousands more were summarily executed by soldiers, who claimed they had “failed to halt” when challenged.

    These are just two examples of at least 20 such atrocities overseen and organised by the British government or British colonial settlers; they include, for example, the Tasmanian genocide, the use of collective punishment in Malaya, the bombing of villages in Oman, the dirty war in North Yemen, the evacuation of Diego Garcia.
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    the goons are the same scum of centuries ago and they have the same slaves “housies” giving them the fig leaf COVER

    • Please accept my irony when I write, I have to put it in green writing to show it is me who’s writing but i am being sarcastic about the new free Libya, the way i saw it when i was there 17 days of hell.

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