political writings

Français    English    Italiano    Español    Deutsch    عربي    русский    Português
Ruin & Rebuild: Warfare worth $300bln Libya windfall
16 November 2011 | Libya has big plans for its post-war future, hoping to be reborn as the next Dubai and having all the necessary sun and beaches, with oil reserves aplenty. British companies are likely to come out on top of those lining up for a piece of the action.

Rights to remain silent: US quiet on Libyan human rights
7 November 2011 | ‘ICC must investigate all aspects of Libyan conflict’¨. The prosecutor for the International Criminal Court says an investigation will be launched into war crimes allegedly committed by NATO in Libya. Alliance members will be investigated alongside former rebels and Gaddafi loyalists.

Out of control: NTC militias run amok in Libya
2 November 2011 | Human rights groups say the number of revenge killings by revolutionary forces in Libya is escalating sharply. HRW suggests NTC fighters are terrorizing displaced residents of the coastal town of Tawergha for supporting the old regime.

Desecration of the tomb of Gaddafi’s mother
2 November 2011 | A group of Libyan fanatic fighters belonging to the jihadist current, which is close to al Qaeda organization, desecrated the graves in the cemetery of the Gadadfa Tribe, in the city of Sirte and extracted bones they burnt.

An article by Michael Olugbode
’We Were Raped, Robbed by Libyan Rebels’
30 October 2011 | Thirty days in the desert after fleeing the crisis-torn Libya, 450 Nigerians yesterday arrived Maiduguri, Borno State, with tales of rape, torture and loss of their personal effects to the fighters opposed to the regime of late Col. Muammar Gaddafi.

An article by Pepe Escobar
How the West won Libya
22 October 2011 | They are fighting over the carcass as vultures. The French Ministry of Defense said they got him with a Rafale fighter jet firing over his convoy. The Pentagon said they got him with a Predator firing a Hellfire missile.

Hillary Clinton on Muammar Qaddafi barbaric lynching: "We came, We saw, He died"
21 October 2011 | Secretary of State Hillary Clinton laugh after hearing deposed Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi had been killed.

An article by Patrick O’Connor
The destruction of Sirte
19 October 2011 | The Libyan city of Sirte is being systematically destroyed by National Transitional Council “rebel” fighters and NATO fighter planes. The operation stands as a monumental war crime, for which primary responsibility rests with the leading forces behind the military intervention in Libya—US President Barack Obama, British Prime Minister David Cameron, and French President Nicolas Sarkozy.

Hillary Clinton’s call for the murder of Muammar Gaddafi
18 October 2011 | Keith Harmon Snow speaks with Russia Today TV about USA’s campaigns of global terrorism.

An article by Jeremy Salt
The Legend of Sirte
17 October 2011 | A legend is being created that is going to haunt the people who have been propelled into power in Tripoli. In Sirte a handful of men have set an example of bravery in the face of impossible odds that will eventually find its place in Arab history. Weeks of missile and bomb attacks have reduced the centre of the city to ruins and killed an unknown number of civilians.

A CCTV News Video
Death, destruction in Sirte
16 October 2011 | .

Testimony on Libya - Lizzie Phelan
Western-backed genocide is taking place in Libya
14 October 2011 | Back in the UK, after several months spent in Libya covering NATO war crimes and uncovering mainstream media lies, freelance journalist Lizzie Phelan continues to fight for truth and justice on behalf of the Libyan people. Her testimony below is a gripping example of her commitment.

Lat message from Mu’tasim Gaddafi
A call for a global revolution
13 October 2011 | .

An article by "Human rights investigations" (HRI)
Sarkozy, Cameron, Obama, Al-Thani and the suffering of the children of Sirte
11 October 2011 | The background to the video and image below is the ongoing bombardment of Sirte by NATO aircraft in support of the rebel brigades who are indiscriminately firing tank, mortar and artillery shells into this urban, civilian-populated area. NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen has refused to comment on why NATO is not fulfilling its UN mandate to ‘protect the civilian population.’

A Black Agenda Radio commentary by Glen Ford
Black Libyans Make Their Stand in Sirte and Bani Walid
11 October 2011 | “Black soldiers are fighting for survival against the world’s biggest lynch mob, armed to the teeth by the United States and Europe.” When it comes to Blacks – whether Libyans or immigrant workers - NATO-backed rebels have shown no respect for the rules of war, or for women and children. If surrender means torture and debasement or summary execution at the hands of racist killers, the only option is a battle to the bitter end.

‘NATO adopted civil war and will stay in Libya forever’
9 October 2011 | Fierce fighting for Gaddafi’s hometown of Sirte continues in Libya, where revolutionary forces claim they have seized the convention center – the main base of the Colonel’s loyalists.

An article by Jason Ditz
Rebel Claims of Libya ‘Mass Graves’ Come Up Empty, Again
8 October 2011 | Rebel Claims of Libya ‘Mass Graves’ Come Up Empty, Again

An article by RussiaToday
‘No solid leadership in Libya’
4 October 2011 | Libya’s interim leaders claim they will not stay in power once the last Gaddafi strongholds are defeated. But Patrick Henningsen, a managing editor of the 21st Century Wire news site, believes that the interim government will stay on long after that.

An article by Patrick O’Connor
The slaughter in Sirte
3 October 2011 | NATO countries led by the US, Britain, and France are committing terrible war crimes in the Libyan city of Sirte. In their frenzied drive to crush all remaining resistance in the North African state, NATO and its proxy militia forces aligned with the National Transitional Council are unleashing indiscriminate military force, killing civilians and destroying buildings and infrastructure throughout the urban centre.

Civilians under NATO bombing – Bani Walid eyewitness
3 October 2011 | Libya witness: Rebels killing civilians, food & water short

Cynthia McKinney and Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya Interview, Pt. 2
US Finances Terrorists to Fight Terrorism!
3 October 2011 | On October 2, 2011, KPFK’s Freedom Now, hosted by Dedon Kamathi, had Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya and Cynthia McKinney as guest host, to discuss the second blockbuster documentation that Nazemroaya has researched: the United States finances terrorists and then fights them in the name of the global war on terror!

An article by Rania El Gamal and Tim Gaynor
In Sirte, shortages are killing people in a besieged hospital
2 October 2011 | People wounded in fighting in Libya’s besieged city of Sirte are dying on the operating table because fuel for the hospital generator has run out, medical workers fleeing a worsening humanitarian crisis in the city said on Sunday.

Sirte Besieged: ’No water, no power, people flee to desert’
30 September 2011 | .

Libya Media Front: ‘No NATO success without Al Jazeera’ – Sukant Chandan
30 September 2011 | .

An article by Bill Van Auken
Mass killing and humanitarian disaster in NATO siege of Sirte
29 September 2011 | Refugees from the Libyan coastal city of Sirte report that thousands have died as a result of relentless NATO bombardment and shelling by the the Western-backed “rebels.”

Cynthia McKinney and Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya Interview, Pt. I
War on Libya Exposed
27 September 2011 | KPFK’s Freedom Now, hosted by Dedon Kamathi, spent 30 minutes with Cynthia McKinney and Mahdi Nazemroaya, among the last of the independent journalists to leave Libya.

An article by Martin Iqbal
The ‘Abu Salim prison massacre’ fraud
26 September 2011 | To date Libya has been subjected to decades of foreign meddling and attempts to assassinate and oust its leader Muammar Gaddafi. Throughout this time, foreign-based Libyan opposition groups and globalist propaganda mills have incessantly cited supposed atrocities committed by Gaddafi, and none is more infamous or overused than the ‘Abu Salim prison massacre’ of June, 1996. This is now being invoked yet again in an attempt to justify the brutal war being waged on the people of Libya.

An article by Lizzie Phelan
Witch hunts in "free" Libya
22 September 2011 | While NATO’s mandate enjoins it to protect civilians, the Alliance allows the forces of the Libyan National Transition Council to continue their abuses. After hunting down black Africans, the summary executions now extend to members of the Qadhadhfa tribe, that of the fallen Leader. Hundreds of thousands of African workers have already fled the country to escape death; the time has now come for certain Libyans to take the road to exile if they want to survive.

An article by Robert Parry
On Libya, Now They Tell Us
17 September 2011 | Exclusive: The Washington Post now admits that the key role of Islamists in Libya’s uprising “went largely unnoticed” before Muammar Gaddafi was toppled last month. But Robert Parry asks whose fault was that, since it was the Post and other Big Media that were acting more as propagandists for “regime change” than honest brokers.

Silence and fear return to the streets of Tripoli
15 September 2011 | A month on from Tripoli’s fall to rebel forces, the leaders of France and Britain are traveling to the city in a show of support for the regime their warplanes helped put in power, while those who backed Colonel Gaddafi remain defiant but fearful.

1 | 2 | 3