EU In Total Horror As Russia Prepares New “Nazi Law”
By: Sorcha Faal
By: Sorcha Faal
Video By Chris Pratt – DeceptionsUSA
“Lest We Forget” is an indictment of our Leaders, our Media, our Actions and ultimately of ourselves for remaining intentionally blind to an American made Holocaust.
Watch this film only if you are prepared to face the truth about the predatory nature of the ruling elite and their manipulation of your perceptions and beliefs.
I knew that the vast majority of our politicians along with media sold out years ago, but I have been surprised by the level of Willful Blindness and lack of spiritual guidance displayed by our so-called “Religious Leaders”.
Perhaps they feed at the same trough.
The U.S. secret war is alive and well. In addition to his military command in Africa (AFRICOM), U.S. special forces have been deployed across the continent:
Happening in the Middle East is a similar process, in a vast geographic region: “In July 2010 Syria, Iran and Iraq signed an agreement on a pipeline it plans to join the Iran’s South Pars field (the largest in the world) with Syria and, therefore, with the Mediterranean Sea. Near Homs, Syria, discovered another important field, which could become an alternative center of power brokers opposed to passing through Turkey and other routes controlled by European and U.S. companies “(Manlio Dinucci, L’art de la guerre. Syrie: l’Otan will gazoduc vise, October 9, 2012). U.S. Army resort to clandestine drone war to guarantee control of African resources. Although the United States and its allies have funded and supported materially mercenaries linked to al-Qaeda to overthrow the Libyan government and is operating in the same way in Libya, we are told that “the campaign against terrorism indicates that the administration [U.S.] will been concerned for some time the growing threat posed by al-Qaeda and its affiliates in North Africa “(Dozier, op.cit.) Although the Pentagon said that “at this time there are no plans for unilateral U.S. military operations “the article says the opposite of what is expected to Africans unilateral drone war: “The Delta Force group will form the core of a military detachment responsible for fighting al-Qaeda and other terrorist groups throughout the region with an arsenal that includes drones. But first work to gain acceptance helping North African nations to create their own special operations and counterterrorism units “(Ibid.) The hypocritical speech reproduced below indicates the “free flow of natural resources to the global market” and “ access to hydrocarbons and other strategic resources “will be protected under the pretext of the” war on terror “: “The Obama administration is concerned about the growing power and influence over the affiliates of al-Qaeda in Yemen, Somalia, Iraq and North Africa. So far, only the Yemeni branch has tried to attack the U.S. with a series of frustrated bomb attack aircraft for the United States. A U.S. Navy SEAL ** detachment established in 2009 has used a combination of airstrikes and drones to fight fighters in Yemen and Somalia working with the CIA and local forces. Detachment’s new work in the same way to fight groups affiliated with al-Qaeda in North Africa, which are increasing and have plenty of weapons from the arsenals looted from Libya after the revolution. Are generously funded by a criminal network that traffic in drugs and hostages. Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, or AQIM (for its acronym in English) and based extremist sect Boko Haram in Nigeria are arguably the two biggest and most dangerous branches . A senior U.S. Department of State for African Affairs said Tuesday that `we must treat Mali militants by security and military means'” (Ibid.) And although we are told that “at this time no plans unilateral U.S. military operations, “Johnnie Carson, the U.S. assistant secretary of state for African affairs, seems to contradict this statement by stating that” any military action here should be well planned, organized, equipped and thought “and, how thoughtful!, “should be agreed between all those who will be most affected by it.” (Ibid.)
June 2012, the Zenten militias gassed the Mchachiya tribes:
Mustard gas in Libya: From Ypres to Machiya
Suitcase size drones played decisive role
According to the newspaper, Ottawa Citizen, the NATO states misused the UN embargo of arms and sea-blockage and enforced one-sided sanction while allowing NATO-backed special forces and trainers to slip into Libya via sea.
The paper also disclosed that dozens of brief-case size drones were also sent to Libya to monitor and track Gadhafi forces and hunt them down.
It said that NATO partners in the Mediterranean Sea enforcing an embargo under authority of the United Nations Security Resolution 1973 allowed weapon supplies without any interception to anti- Gadhafi forces.
The publications recalled while in May of 2011 NATO had set up a ring of 20 warships to enforce a United Nations arms embargo for all sides, while the UN embargo was clearly aimed at preventing the delivery of weapons both to Gadhafi and those fighting him.
The paper added that hundreds of tonnes of ammunition and arms breezed through the blockade, “exposing what critics say was Canada and NATO’s real motive during the Libyan war of regime change under the guise of protecting civilians.”
It recalled that Qatar, one of the two Arab nations which took part in the NATO-led mission, supplied rebels French-made Milan anti-tank missiles, withdeliveries made by sea. The country also gave them a variety of trucks and communications gear, while Qatari advisers slipped into Libya to provide training. It claimed that Egypt shipped assault rifles and ammunition, with U.S. support while Poland supplied anti-tank missiles and military vehicles.
The Leader-Post has reported that Canada provided surveillance drones to rebels so that they could better attack Libyan troops, day or night.
The report claimed that Canadians officials took an 18-hour boat ride from Malta to the NTC training facility in Misrata, sailing without problems through NATO’s blockade, to deliver the drones and showed the rebels how to fly the drone, using it to identify a Libyan military position.
It added that French aircraft, unchallenged by NATO fighters enforcing a no-fly zone, had dropped an estimated 40 tonnes of ammunition and weapons, including anti-tank missiles, to rebels fighting southwest of Tripoli.
The French, like the other nations pumping weapons into the hands of opposition forces, justified their actions in a response that seemed straight from George Orwell’s novel Nineteen Eighty-Four. There was indeed an arms embargo in place, they acknowledged, but there was also another UN resolution allowing for all necessary measures to protect civilians under threat of attack.
French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe claimed that the delivery was “weapons of self-defence” and because of that they didn’t violate the UN resolution.
The newspaper said that NATO’s stated goal to protect Libyan civilians was seen by critics as a one-way street, with the focus being on protecting only those allied with the rebels. “It would later emerge that rebel forces hunted down black Libyans they believed supported Gadhafi, as well as African guest workers.”
The BBC interviewed one Turkish construction contractor who told the news service that he witnessed the massacre of 70 Chadians who had been working for his company. There were also reports that the rebels ethically cleansed the town of Tawergha, south of Benghazi, as well as other locations. Tawergha originally had more than 30,000 people, most the descendants of black slaves brought to Libya in the 18th and 19th centuries, but the town, which supported Gadhafi and provided soldiers for his cause, had been emptied.
“People from Tawergha who sought safety in refugee camps were chased down by rebel groups, taken away and disappeared, warned Amnesty International. Women from the town were raped.”
The paper also accounted in detail how NATO states systematically attacked Khaday and his family members while maintaining officially that they were not targeting the regime because UN had not given that mandate.
Ottawa Citizen also pieced together information that clearly suggested that the former Libyan leader was murdered in a war-crime style execution yet the Western leaders rejoiced his death.