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The Leader Azzuz at-Talhi Behind the Uprisings in Libya

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posted on Mar, 7 2011 @ 10:30 AM
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Meet the pesron behind it all.



Jadallah Azous Al-Talhi, who was prime minister in the 1980s, appealed to elders in this rebel-controlled city, asking them for a national dialogue to end the bloodshed. At the same time, opposition sources said the regime had made private overtures about launching negotiations.





He was also the Minister of foreign affairs from 1987 to 1990 prior to being appointed Minister for strategic industries.



ATS Should have noticed it by now how the western news outlets never speak or mention the leader behind the uprising pretty obvious now isn't it?

So what do we know about Jadallah Azous Al-Talhi? he was the prime minister of Libya before Gaddafi Azous Al-Talhi is a supporter of pro American western polices.

notice how he held a potion for two years at UN



and held a Security Council chair for the January 2008 – December 2009 term.


I wonder before the uprisings happened did he somehow gained all the riches and bribed the half population in Libya to start the American government backed revolution?

It does seem quite convincing.
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posted on Mar, 7 2011 @ 02:16 PM
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Like I said at least 17 times before on ATS.

This is a coup by western powers to install a pro-western leader in the oil rich country. And just like every coup orchestrated by western governments, there is a HUGE smear campaign going on (like in the case with Hugo Chavez), and incredible amount of propaganda to manipulate public opinion.

It's all about who controls the region, and being that there's competition on the block now between Iran and US, it all seems more plausible.

Now their airlifting guns to the rebels, now that the rebels are being countered and pushed back. Didn't we say we wanted an end to the hostility? So why are we providing arms and training to the rebels if we want to see this out peacefully? Because obviously we don't.
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posted on Mar, 7 2011 @ 02:26 PM
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1. Hugo Chaves also had called for mediation.

Ah yess....It had been a Venezulan plot all along.


2. South African President Jacob Zuma also called for mediation.

Yup...It's been an African Union plot all along.


3. Russia claimed that no planes flew or attacked the masses.

Nyet! It's an ambitious Russian hegamony plot all along. Libya belongs to Russia!


4. John the burger flipper, says mediation is the best policy.

Flipping yes!!!...It had been a burger flipping plot all along!



posted on Mar, 7 2011 @ 02:52 PM
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But no, no one will consider the US to be the mastermind behind the uprisings, because after all the United States is the bringer of peace, democracy, and stability. No way would they ever try and provoke a civil uprising for their own agenda. [/sarcasm]

Goes to show how biased and narrow-minded people today are, especially on ATS a place of "ignorance denial".



posted on Mar, 8 2011 @ 03:17 PM
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Originally posted by Agent_USA_Supporter
I wonder before the uprisings happened did he somehow gained all the riches and bribed the half population in Libya to start the American government backed revolution?

It does seem quite convincing.


It does not seem convincing at all. It seems SAD that you actually believe one individual bribed 500,000 people with no word being leaked out and with no evidence of cash flow.

Stop trolling, or whatever it is that you are doing... in my opinion, your behavior is pathetic.



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