So the Brotherhood plans with the “dawn of Libya” to control the country
Network ‘A Rum “News spoke in an article on Monday, about a secret meeting between the Brotherhood and the” dawn of Libya “in Switzerland, during which put practical steps to control the country and hand over power to the Muslim Brotherhood and armed groups in Benghazi. And the network said, quoting a Libyan political source described That was the beginning, that a meeting was held in Switzerland, dated 04/08/2014, between the leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood and organizations and Libyan armed militias, was a plan to thwart the parliament and tighten control groups, the so-called “dawn Libya preparation “in Libya completely.
He said the source, who preferred anonymity, said that it was agreed during the meeting on the composition of a board that includes representatives from the “Libya rebels’ Brigades, the participants in the process,” the dawn of Libya “in Tripoli and Benghazi, serve as the military council to rebel fronts.
The text also agreed to establish a political council, the Shura or anything, members of Mayors, or heads of local councils in areas not held municipal elections, and supporting the process of dawn Libya, as well as the establishment of a presidential council of seven members, of whom three political figures owner of clear position of revolution and efficient, and has been Khalifa al-Zawawi proposal, Ibrahim bin Ghashir, Suleiman Zubi, Aqeeli Antasir and Abdulwahab Kaid, and four figures representing the rebels.
And source continued that it was planned preparing to declare a state of emergency and disable “Tobruk” parliament, and the announcement through to complete the “democratic process” map, the duration of 6 months, ending a referendum on the constitution and the processing of the first general elections, then the appointment of the President of the country, from within one of the members of the presidential Council.
The source explained that the speaker has been agreed on the need to resolve the battle in Tripoli and Benghazi and Green Mountain as soon as possible, through the use of firepower even led to the destruction of the airport, while retaining the Mitiga Airport.
The plan provides that the rebels in the two cities offensive coordinator at Khalifa Haftar forces, grab the airport that already exist and opened new fronts fight in Bayda, Derna and the pressure on the participants in Tobruk House of Representatives to withdraw from the Council to thwart the political efforts to resolve the dispute in the country.
Pictures: Daash review and declares “the state of Tripoli is under Isis”
Check the above picture carefully you can distinguish from their faces that they are foreigners maybe some from Europe or America, check their artillery its brand new, where did they find the money? Check the backpack writes off all American to me.. check their signature the sign of 666 now I am wondering they say they are Islamists (& we believe them) and use the sign of the NWO? Dear readers you have to ask yourselves who benefits from these extremists? Once you have answered the question maybe you will wake up and see what your government is doing and maybe just maybe you will get out of your comfort zone and start protesting peacefully because what came to Libya will come to Europe and to America its the only way they corporate governance can control you. Please wake up, take action, do something before its too late.
Ruseifa 19/11/2014 – published Forums jihadist media platform of organizing a network that Daash *****(is now CALLED ISIS working together with the American government and of course the American Ambassador Deborah Jones where she resides in Malta. All finances and arming these terror group is made by the USA VIA TURKEY/QATAR/SAUDI ARABIA. SO MY QUESTION TO YOU IS WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO ABOUT IT? ARE WE GOING TO ALLOW A BUNCH OF RICH PSYCHOPATHS RUIN LIBYA AND THE REST OF THE ARAB COUNTRIES? ARE WE GOING TO STAY COMFORTABLE IN OUR HOMES WATCH THE NEWS FROM OUR SOFAS, NOD OUR HEADS AND SAY “WOW THIS IS TERRIBLE, POOR PEOPLE WHAT THEY HAVE TO GO THROUGH TO BECOME A WESTERN DEMOCRATIC COUNTRY?” OR ARE WE GOING TO GET OUT FROM OUR COMFORT ZONE AND START A PEACEFUL DEMONSTRATION AGAINST OUR GOVERNMENTS TELLING THEM WHAT THEY ARE DOING IS DEADLY WRONG) on the internet, on Wednesday, pictures taken in the capital of Tripoli to what it called “the state of Tripoli”, the pictures show the spread of the organization in neighborhoods of the capital, Tripoli.
Libya’s Lesson for Iran: Beware of Rapprochement
By Dan Glazebrook
Three years ago, in late October 2011, the world witnessed the final defeat of the Libyan Jamahiriya – the name by which the Libyan state was known until overthrown in 2011, meaning literally the “state of the masses” – in the face of a massive onslaught from NATO, its regional allies and local collaborators.
seven eight months for the world’s most powerful military alliance – with a combined military spending of just under $1 trillion per year – to fully destroy the Jamahiriya (a state with a population the size of Wales) and it took a joint British-French-Qatari special-forces operation to finally WIN control of the capital. In total, 10,000 strike sorties were rained down on Libya, tens of thousands killed and injured, and the country left a battleground for hundreds of warring factions, armed to the teeth with weapons, either looted from state armouries or provided directly by NATO and its allies. Britain, France and the US had led a war which had effectively transformed a peaceful, prosperous African country into a textbook example of a “failed state.”
Yet the common image of Libya in the months and years leading up to the invasion was that of a state that had “come in from the cold” and was now enjoying friendly relations with the West. Tony Blair’s famous embrace of Gaddafi in his tent in 2004 was said to have ushered in a new period of “rapprochement” with Western companies rushing to do business in the oil-rich African state, and Gaddafi’s abandonment of a nuclear deterrent apparently indicative of the new spirit of trust and cooperation.
Yet this image was largely a myth. Yes, sanctions were lifted and diplomatic relations restored; but this did not represent any newfound trust and friendship. Gaddafi himself never changed his opinion that the forces of old and new colonialism remained bitter enemies of African unity and independence, and for their part, the US, Britain and France continued to resent the assertiveness and independence of Libyan foreign policy under Gaddafi’s leadership. The African Oil Policy Initiative Group (AOPIG) – an elite US think tank comprising congressmen, military officers and energy industry lobbyists – warned in 2002 that the influence of “adversaries such as Libya” would only grow unless the US significantly increased its military presence on the continent. Yet, despite “rapprochement,” Gaddafi remained a staunch opponent of such a presence, as noted with anxiety in frequent diplomatic cables from the US Embassy. One, for example, from 2009, noted that “the presence of non-African military elements in Libya or elsewhere on the continent” was almost a “neuralgic issue” for Gaddafi. Another cable from 2008 quoted a pro-Western Libyan government official as saying that “there will be no real economic or political reform in Libya until al-Gaddafi passes from the political scene” which would “not happen while Gaddafi is alive,” hardly the image of a man bending to the will of the West. Gaddafi had clearly not been moved by the flattery towards Libya (or “appropriate deference” as another US Embassy cable put it) that was much in evidence during the period of “rapprochement.” Indeed, at the Arab League summit in March 2008, he warned the assembled heads of state that, following the execution of Saddam Hussein, a former “close friend” of the US, “in the future, it’s going to be your turn too…Even you, the friends of America – no, I will say we, we the friends of America – America may approve of our hanging one day.”
So much for a new period of trust and co-operation. Whilst business deals were being signed, Gaddafi remained implacably opposed to the US and European military presence on the continent (as well as leading the fight to reduce their economic presence) and understood well that this might cost him his life. The US too understood this, and despite their outward flattery, behind the scenes were worried and resentful.
Thus, the so-called rapprochement period was anything but. The US continued to remain hostile to the independent spirit of Libya – as evidenced most obviously by Gaddafi’s hostility to the presence of US and European military forces in Africa – and it now seems that they and the British used this period to prepare the ground for the war that eventually took place in 2011.
The US, for example, used their newfound access to Libyan officials to cultivate relations with those who would become their key local allies during the war. Leaked diplomatic cables show that pro-Western Libyan Justice Minister Mustafa Abdul-Jalil arranged covert meetings between US and Libyan government officials that bypassed the usual official channels and were therefore “under the radar” of the foreign ministry and central government. He was also able to speed up the prisoner release programme that led to the release of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group insurgents who ultimately acted as NATO’s shock troops during the 2011 war. The head of the LIFG – al-Qaeda’s FRANCHISE in Libya – eventually became head of Tripoli’s military council, whilst Abdul-Jalil himself became head of the “Transitional National Council,” that was installed by NATO following the fall of the Jamahiriya.
Another key figure groomed by the US in the years preceding the invasion, was Mahmoud Jibril, head of the National Economic Development Board from 2007, who arranged six US training programmes for Libyan diplomats, many of whom subsequently resigned and sided with the US and Britain once the rebellion and invasion got underway.
Finally, the security and intelligence co-operation that was an element of the “rapprochement” period was used to provide the CIA and MI6 with an unprecedented level of information about both Libyan security forces and opposition elements they could cultivate that would prove invaluable for the conduct of the war.
Thus rapprochement, whilst appearing to be an improvement in relations, may actually be a “long game” to lay the groundwork for naked aggression, by building up intelligence and sounding out possible collaborators, effectively building up a fifth column within the state itself. This is what the neo-conservatives in the US Congress opposing Obama’s “thaw” in Iranian relations apparently fail to understand. Thankfully, it is likely that the Iranians understand it perfectly well.
– Dan Glazebrook is a political writer specialising in Western foreign policy. He is author of Divide and Ruin: The West’s Imperial Strategy in an Age of Crisis.
Photo: Moamer Gaddafi addresses delegates during the 12th African Union summit at the United Nations Headquarters in Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa on 4 Feb, 2009 (AFP)
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