Libya terrorized by more than 200 thousand invader mercenaries working for NATO and U.S. colonialist

Libya terrorized by more than 200 thousand invader mercenaries working for NATO and U.S. colonialist

The UN envoy to Libya denounces what everyone already knew: 200,000 mercenaries and international terrorists under the protection of NATO and the U.S. have taken over Libya ..equivalent to the entire British army .. Why? And who sent them there?

Two years after the invasion of NATO militias continue to terrorize Libya

The assassination of Gaddafi was ordered by U.S. 
and NATO must not go unpunished 

Libya’s future looks dismal as the focus of media attention is directed elsewhere. A session of Parliament had to start ravaged by militants, ‘ethnic cleansing’ in the city of Tawergha population and murders are the result of the NATO intervention in what was the most modernized country in Africa.

 The second anniversary of the NATO intervention in favor of the Libyan rebels and against Muammar Gaddafi has gone largely unnoticed by governments and foreign media in 2011 were so concerned about the safety and human rights of the Libyan people.This is not surprising since all Libyan rights is crumbling as a country and the Libyans are at the mercy of militias who exploit those who once claimed to protect.

A sample of the news coming from Libya in recent weeks gives us a glimpse of what is happening and it’s worth repeating because it totally ignores the foreign press that thronged the hotel before Benghazi and Tripoli. For example, last Sunday [31 March 2013] the chief of staff of Prime Minister Ali Zeidan disappeared in the capital and seems to have been hijacked. You may have been in retaliation for the government ministers statement that militias acting with impunity. That same day, a group of the militia broke into the Justice Department demanding the resignation of minister after accusing him of running an illegal jail.


All indications are that the situation is worsening rather than improving. The March 5 Libyan parliament met to discuss whether they should purge and disable the Libyans who had worked as officers during the 42 years Gaddafi was in power, which would also include people who were long dissidents and played a prominent role during the uprising against Gaddafi, but that decades ago had been ministers under the previous regime.

The protesters calling this purge MPs forced to relocate for their safety to weather service offices outside Tripoli where they were attacked by armed men broke into the building as they disappeared the police who were guarding. Some of the MPs were held hostage 12 hours while others faced a shootout to escape.

Libya  stench filled by 

terrorists acts of NATO and U.S.

Outside control Tripoli armed men is even more absolute. This only draws attention from the rest of the world when there is an act of spectacular violence, including murder in Benghazi last September the U.S. ambassador Chris Stevens by jihadist militia. This was the only act of extreme violence in Libya that was widely covered by foreign media, but only because the GOP made him a political issue in the United States. But the ambassador and his guards are not the only foreigners who have been killed in Benghazi since the overthrow of Gaddafi. An Egyptian human rights group reported last month that an Egyptian named Ezzat Coptic Attalah Hakim had been tortured to death in the city after being arrested with 48 other traders in the market town of Benghazi.


Few exceptions, human rights organizations are reporting on the situation in Libya in a more impartial and rigorous international media. Consistent with this, the organization Human Rights Watch (HRW), which are based in New York, produced a detailed report on ethnic cleansing in Tawergha city where 40,000 people forced to flee their homes, in addition to being subject to “arbitrary arrests, torture and killings.”

Misurata militias attacked the population, mostly black, for their support of Gaddafi. HRW used satellite imagery to document the destruction of Tawergha, most of which occurred since the end of the war in 2011 when they were destroyed were damaged and 1,370 locations. Fred Abrahams, special adviser at HRW, said the images confirm that “the looting, fires and demolitions were organized and aimed at the systematic destruction to prevent residents return.”

There is a strong contrast between this lack of interest and comprehensive coverage on Libya during the war. In the spring of 2011 I was reporting on the fighting around the city of Ajdabiya south of Benghazi. There was some phoney war atmosphere that did not appear in reports enthusiasts. I remember watching funny at the southern entrance of Ajdabiya how they positioned the TV cameras not to reveal that there were more journalists than insurgents.

Never saw a position defended by the rebels even roadblocks between Ajdabiya and Benghazi if, two places that always depended on NATO air force for defense. Of course, there were brave rebel units and delivered, as were journalists who wrote about them, but without the support of NATO would quickly defeated the insurgents.


The fact that the overthrow of Gaddafi was achieved mainly thanks to foreign intervention has serious consequences for Libyans today. This means that although the insurgents claim and believe that his victory was due solely to his own work, have proved too weak to fill the vacuum left by Gaddafi’s version of Arab nationalism. Without this there is little Arab nationalism to counter Islamic fundamentalism and tribalism.

Does this matter? For many Libyan Gaddafi and his family discredited Libyan nationalism. Many of the disasters that happened to Iraq after 2003 they are starting to happen to other Arab states in different ways. As Iraqis are beginning to realize that the outward forms of democracy are not too important unless there is an agreement between the main political forces on the rules of the game that determines who holds power.

National self-determination should be the cornerstone of any new order. However, a problem of the revolts of the Arab Spring is that they are too dependent on foreign aid. But as happened in Iraq and Libya shows, foreign intervention is always interested. The revolutionaries of all regions seek help from outside powers opportunistic, but to achieve long-term success, must end as they can to this dependence. And they must build a strong and within the law because if I do a fresh batch of dictators are willing to replace them.

 Patrick Cockburn

Criminal Imagene of “democracy” imposed by NATO and U.S. in Libya

the same as trying to impose on Syria, Venezuela, Iran and North Korea

source:  Mirko Senda



8 comments on “Libya terrorized by more than 200 thousand invader mercenaries working for NATO and U.S. colonialist

  1. Please could you tell me how Gaddafi & his family discredited Libyan nationalism? I find this an outrageous comment but please correct me, if I’m wrong. Another point, nothing could have happened without NATO intervention in Libya & Iraq. Its not a question of mainly NATO but entirely NATO

    • In the last years meaning from 2007 and onwards the children were not so much into the Libyan nationalism as their father, unfortunately that is true the boys were competing with each other who will take the lead and this was taking a toll in the inside government of Libya.. but its something that we never talked about..

      • In the West, we understand that apparently Saif and Motassim (peace be upon him) were very great rivals…. Motassim caused some trouble to the family – but was later ‘forgiven’. Saif (who I am very fond of, he is, after all, Khamis’s brother) was apparently the chosen heir. But he once, allegedly, withdrew a military contract, under pressure from Khamis. Putting aside my own bias, it seems to me that the Libyan people want, miss, and like Khamis the most. The flaunting by Saif and Motassim of their wealth and women was so very different from Khamis and Muslims prefer the modesty their brother has…
        But whatever the truth, they were true nationlists in the end and we are all very proud of them…
        I just wish Saif would tell us more about what really happened in Tarhouna…If he is able to… If he lied or has betrayed Khamis in some way I would never forgive him…But I am not sure we can talk about this here and it is, understandably, extremely upsetting for me…

        • as we say our dirty laundry is not for everyone to read, that they were true nationalists in the end i don’t think it counts to the zirdan=ratverments it only counts to us.

          • I have to finish by saying Qadhafi must share some of the blame for his sons competing. Khamis was specifically asked to create the 32 Brigade – his father must have realised this was pitching his two most favourite sons against each other. When you rule a country, your power relies on who the army supports. That brigade belongs to Khamis – they adore him – and it takes its orders only from him. Despite being so much younger, Khamis would have had the army in the palm of his hand. Saif was wary of this.
            Pre-war, western media said that not one of Qadhafi’s sons was actually a happy person. I hope that was not true. But the boys know now that they were happy, as they would do anything to put things back as they were. We have a saying: “You do not know what you have got until you have lost it”. Tragically, that is never more true than in this case…

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