Clinton Emails Reveal France, U.S. Looted Oil & Gold In Libya


 Clinton Emails Reveal France, U.S. Looted Oil & Gold In Libya

New emails published by the U.S. Department of State reveal the real motives behind the international invasion of Libya.

The new emails of Hillary Clinton reveal that the real reason behind the invasion were primarily the countries large gold and oil reserves, and the extension of French influence in North Africa.

Fort Russ reports:

The U.S. State Department has published a series of emails that reveal the volume of gold reserves of Gaddafi. According to the documents, the reserves are so great that they could become the basis for creating a pan-African currency, which, in turn, could compete with the dollar in the region.

Also, the reasons for intervention were identified as the major oil reserves of Libya and the strengthening of French influence in North Africa. However, in 2011, Western leaders welcomed the overthrow of the Gaddafi regime as a democratic step. “Long live Benghazi, long live Libya, long live the friendship between France and Libya!”, – said French President Nicolas Sarkozy.

“You showed the world that you can overthrow the dictator and have chosen freedom!” – said the Prime Minister of Great Britain David Cameron, speaking to the Libyan people.”The people of Libya got rid of a dictator. Now it has a chance,” claimed the Vice-President of USA Joe Biden.

In the past five years, the violence and chaos in Libya has not stopped. In the background of this, “Islamic State” is gaining momentum in the country and has captured new territory. In January 2016, dozens of people were killed as a result of terrorist.

Previously, “Islamic State” had claimed responsibility for the attack on a training camp in Zliten. According to the correspondent of the newspaper The Jerusalem Post Ariel Ben Solomon, from the outset it was obvious that intervention in Libya would lead to negative consequences for the country.

“The email to Clinton is confirmed by the results of studies that began to appear after the invasion of Libya, organized by France with U.S. support. Major oil reserves of the country were the main reason for intervention. Dictators lead many African countries, but the West is in no hurry to intervene in each of them. The Obama administration from the beginning was guided by rather naive misconceptions on the actions that needed to be taken to resolve the situation in Libya after the war,” said RT political analyst Ariel Ben Solomon.

 

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SEE HILLARY’S LIBYAN JIHADI ATROCITIES Graphic scenes of violence unleashed after U.S.-backed overthrow


SEE HILLARY’S LIBYAN JIHADI ATROCITIES
Graphic scenes of violence unleashed after U.S.-backed overthrow

by:JEROME R. CORSI

NEW YORK – The extreme brutality unleashed by the mercenaries and Islamic fighters who joined Libyan-based jihadists to oust leader Moammar Gadhafi with the backing of Hillary Clinton’s State Department and NATO is demonstrated in three videos released to WND.

The videos, obtained through a trusted source, were vetted by Libyan tribal parliamentary leaders who spoke to WND. The Libyans verified the videos were taken in Libya in the weeks after the U.S.-backed NATO bombing that began in 2011.

As WND has reported, Clinton’s State Department had decided to rebuff offers Gadhafi had made to abdicate peacefully and avoid a war. And, meanwhile, Politico reported Tuesday the Obama administration is moving to drop charges against an arms dealer who had threatened to expose Hillary Clinton’s determination to arm anti-Gadhafi rebels.

The Libyan tribal parliamentary leaders, in an exclusive Skype interview published by WND on Sept. 21, characterized Clinton as the “Butcher of Libya.” They contended her State Department was “behind the terrorist groups controlling Libya, Ansar al-Sharia, behind the militia in Misurata who destroyed a great part of Libya and displaced 2 million people from their lands because they were accused of being loyal to Gadhafi.”

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Readers are cautioned that the three videos published here are shockingly graphic.

The first video shows a group of unidentified foreign mercenaries and terrorists interrogating a half-naked soldier from Gadhafi’s army, who is lying prone on his stomach, with his arms and legs spread, while his interrogators simulate sodomy with a weapon and a boot.

Violent interrogation:

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Wikileaks: Hillary Clinton Helped Topple Gadhafi While France & UK Fought Over Libya’s Oil


Wikileaks: Hillary Clinton Helped Topple Gadhafi While France & UK Fought Over Libya’s Oil

Clinton bragged about the U.S. role in Moammar Gadhafi’s death, and her emails leaked by Wikileaks show the race to claim Libya’s resources in the aftermath.

By Kit O’Connell
WASHINGTON — A message from Hillary Clinton’s private email server reveals that France and the United Kingdom both sought to control Libya’s oil in the days after the U.S.-backed coup in 2011.

An email sent on Sept. 16, 2011 to Clinton, then the U.S. Secretary of State, from journalist and family friend Sidney Blumenthal, shows that French President Nicolas Sarkozy and British Prime Minister David Cameron each traveled to Tripoli about one month after Moammar Gadhafi’s government fell in order to assert their claim on Libya’s energy reserves.

They made these demands, Blumenthal wrote, during meetings with the country’s National Transitional Council, a de facto government which formed with Western support in the aftermath of the coup:

“According to knowledgeable individuals, as part of this effort, the two leaders, in private conversations, also intend to press the leaders of the NTC to reward their early support for the rebellion against Muammar al Qaddafi. Sarkozy and Cameron expect this recognition to be tangible, in the form of favorable contracts for French and British energy companies looking to play a major role in the Libyan oil industry. According to this source, Sarkozy feels, quite strongly, that without French support there would have been no revolution and that the NTC government must demonstrate that it realizes this fact.”

Blumenthal reported that Cameron sought to downplay the historically strong ties between the U.K.-based BP Oil and the Gadhafi government. France, he wrote, was negotiating “to reserve as much as 35% of Libya’s oil related industry for French firms, particularly the major French energy company TOTAL.”

Analysis of the Clinton emails by Antiwar.com shows Sarkozy also lusted after Gadhafi’s gold and silver reserves, valued at about $7 billion.

The United States, France, U.K. and other NATO allies backed rebel forces in Libya that ousted Gadhafi in August 2011, in what was widely reported to be a “humanitarian intervention” against a government with a history of severe human rights abuses.

Clinton played a major role in convincing allied nations to join in the attacks, and after Gadhafi was killed that October, she boasted during a break in an interview for CBS, “We came, we saw, he died.”

However, far from improving conditions, the fall of Libya’s government left what was once an economically prosperous nation in chaos and disarray.

The failed state proved to be a perfect opportunity for Daesh, the terrorist group commonly known in the West as ISIS or ISIL, as Catherine Shakdam reported for MintPress last March. She highlighted that it brought extremists closer to European shores:

“With ISIS now inserted into the mix of Libya’s unravelling, the country is back on the forefront of the war on terror. Two days after the video surfaced, Egypt’s Ambassador to the U.K. Nasser Kamel told the BBC that ISIS would attempt to break into Europe by exploiting conventional migration routes, camouflaging its fighters within the waves of illegal migrants pouring toward Western capitals.”

Both the U.S. and France were reported to have re-entered the conflict in Libya in February.

Clinton’s emails also suggest that another U.S. ally, Israel, supported the destabilization of Syria through efforts to weaken Iran and control energy reserves in Syria’s Golan Heights, a region illegally occupied by Israel.

Similar to the conflict in Libya, the Syrian civil war is driven by competing interests in gas pipelines which would run through the country.

LIBYA UNITY GOVERNMENT DENOUNCES FRENCH MILITARY INVOLVEMENT


LIBYA UNITY GOVERNMENT DENOUNCES FRENCH MILITARY INVOLVEMENT

The U.N.-brokered government in Libya denounced France’s military involvement in the country, shortly after the French acknowledged that their special forces were operating in the war – wrecked North African nation.
France yesterday reiterated its support to the unity government in Tripoli, just a day after it had confirmed that three of its soldiers were killed in eastern Libya — the first time the French government had acknowledged its presence in the oil-rich country.
The acknowledgment was also an embarrassment for France because it exposed that the French forces are in eastern Libya, fighting alongside Brig. Gen. Khalifa Hifter — a bitter opponent of the Tripoli-based U.N.-backed unity government. (*****So glad both are traitors to Libya but the best thing of all is that you westerns think you know Libyans you don’t know shit, we have a mind of our own and we have allegiance with our own tribes neither France, England or America are our bosses and we will never surrender. Hifter, the U.N. backed unity government & France are not fighting DAESH they are assisting them & now the fight is who will get more money and recognition so spare me with the embarrassment the WEST HAS EMBARRASSED ITSELF SINCE 2011 SHOWING ITS TRUE COLOURS.)

Hifter has also for the past two years has been fighting Islamic militias, including an al-Qaida-affiliated group in Benghazi. ****While in 2011 he was fighting alongside does that make any sense to you? The reason he is fighting against them is to get a bigger cut)

On Tuesday, Libyan officials first told The Associated Press that an Islamic militia had shot down a helicopter near the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi, killing two French officers, in an area called al-Magrun, west of Benghazi. French and Libyan officials have not provided information on where the third officer died.
Ahmed al-Mesmari, the spokesman for Hifter’s forces, told reporters in Benghazi on Wednesday that the French were gathering intelligence on the Islamic State affiliate in Libya. ****(Everybody knows that outside Sirte Daesh together with the US CIA have installed the best surveillance machines Thank you United States thank you Hillary Clinton you made our country worthless may Allah forgive you because I can not you ruined my country, family, brothers and sisters, babies in this five year war we have lost over a million of our population and for what to keep the Cabal happy and the dollar safe. I WISH FOR ALL WHO ARE INVOLVED IN THIS WAR AGAINST LIBYA NEVER RESTS, HAS NIGHTMARES FOR THE LIVES THEY TOOK THAT INCLUDES ALSO REPORTERS)

The deaths of the French officers reveal secretive Western military cooperation with the anti-Islamist eastern forces opposed to the U.N.-brokered government and underscored international community’s contradictions where foreign military forces are siding by rival militias and forces in Libya.
Also Wednesday, hundreds of protesters demonstrated in Tripoli against France’s involvement in Libya, burning the French flag and calling for attacks on French business interests in Libya.

Al-Sadeq al-Ghariyani, an ultraconservative cleric, denounced France’s involvement as “foreign invasion.” ***(Al sadeq al asshole Ghariyani is one to talk in 2011 he was begging France to intervene and now his talking of a foreign invasion? really what a joke did somebody cut off his salary?)
Dodging an explanation as to why French special forces are operating in Libya, French Foreign Ministry spokesman Romain Nadal said yesterday that “support for the Government of National Accord is a priority for France.”

“France encourages all Libyan forces to be placed under the authority of the government to participate in the recovery of the country and the fight against terrorism,” Nadal added. (**** when they say encourages to participate in the recovery they mean that all Libyans have to back the UN backed government which is MuslimBrotherhood aka Daesh and the most important thing is that its not elected democratically they where so afraid to go to Tripoli and when they succeeded to enter Tripoli they where staying in the naval base Matiga under the most wanted terrorist Belhaj. So the French want us to back them I don’t think so….)

After the 2011 ouster of longtime  Moammar Gadhafi by NATO-backed rebels, Libya slid into chaos and years later, it split into two governments and parliaments, each backed by a loose array of militias and tribes. In December, a U.N. deal created a new unity government and presidency council, aiming to heal the rift and unite Libyan militias and forces under a joint command.
However, the new government has been facing multiple challenges and resistance from various groups. (*** the groups mean tribes)

According to the deal, Libya’s internationally-recognized parliament must give a vote of confidence to the new government but it has so far failed to do so, causing political deadlock. (*****the internationally recognised parliament is correct because the UN backed government is sole from MuslimBrotherhoods who the Libyans do not want that is why Tripoli is hold captive since 2014)
For the past two years, foreign missions and military experts have joined the two rival sides.
Meanwhile, Libya’s pro-government militias — mainly from the western city of Misrata — have been waging a two-month offensive against the Islamic State group in the militants’ last bastion in Sirte, a city on the Mediterranean. Reports have suggested that British forces are involved in the anti-IS assault while American warplanes have struck several IS positions in the western city of Sabratha and the eastern town of Ajdabiya. Rami Musa, Benghazi, AP

Prison-issued Compact plateau on Libyan national gathering table


Prison-issued Compact plateau on Libyan national gathering table

In his meeting with Libyan national Assembly Secretariat and a number of its members on Saturday 16/01/2016 Professor Mohamed Belkacem another cabled Secretary of the General People’s Congress mass system adequately initiative dialogue with prison authorities who represent different sectors February stream.
Terrace, February party dialogue with prisoners ‘ group included Michelle Mohammed Azwai, Abdullah sanussi, Dr Mohamed Sharif, Dr Al-Baghdadi mahmudi.
After rounds of dialogue and negotiation we approach – speak here for Professor cabled – formation and formulation of general features of the agreement, were:
1. a general amnesty for all Libyans from date 1/11/1969 “and the date of signature of this document,
2. evacuation of all politicians.
3. cancel all laws that would hinder reconciliation, including the abolition of political isolation and security, bring down external pursuits.
4. create equity for reparations, so that any Libyan citizen to satisfy his rights and be financially body providing compensation to all those affected.
5. access to transitional justice in conflict.
6. the return of displaced and refugees and resolving their problems.
7. stop fighting and withdraw from the militias and grouped in camps.
8. create a unified national army his home protection and maintenance of the Constitution.
9. an agreed Constitution regulates the political life of the State.
10. election fund is the faycal, who is ruling in Libya.
This agreement will not be valid unless approved by the majority of parties
This document, I think that will be a roadmap and a light at the end of the tunnel to exit Libya from Choker and bottleneck toward broad prospects.
Libyan national leadership, and its members attending the meeting raised a lot of questions and asked for further clarifications on these points and circumstances that produced it was answered by Professor cabled all entertain.
Here are some of those questions and answers in short:
Does this agreement mean to give up alsbtmbrion or alvbrairion about their principles and their establisheds?
No, for each full freedom in thought alsbetmbrien walvbrairiin, but the agreement offers the possibility to carry out common demands away from fighting and we pain over.
Is there a compromise presented by the parties to each other?
Yes there are concessions to rescue Libya, politics is the art of the possible is not the art of the impossible.
As were the underdogs because you’re in prison you were asked for the conditions of adhesion or compulsion to accept what is excluded?
No, despite being imprisoned but we weren’t underdogs, the jailer who asked our CTBT negotiations, he knows how the strength we derive from steadfastness on the oppression and contempt, and strength we derive from February party failed to create a decent state after all these years, don’t tell a secret if I say that Abdullah sanussi, for example, was higher and stronger than the voice of their captors.
What does it take?
He desired to unite the efforts of all patriotic forces abroad and at home and the formation of a Coordinating Committee be able to conclude an agreement with Libya out of tragedy and disaster that threatens to stifle her yard.
In a great understanding of all points and the good efforts of founding, leading members of the National Assembly with high positive, through display and put it up on the rules of gathering in the Libyan regions and cities the makings to be a solid step toward the solution to Setup and build a better future for all Libyans.

Here is the original link in Arabic