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U.N. Cover Up About Libya

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posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 08:15 AM
Libya had free health care, free education, interest free housing loans, free land for farmers so the west thinks they are barbarians that who are so oppressed that they have to be "LIBERATED".

Can someone please show me a references where liberated means "to perform genocide then to proceed & rape the countryside of all profitable natural resources". Sorry stupid me, a precedence would be Iraq or Afghanistan of course.

Please don't critize link as biased. It is not about link's author, it is about the cover up of the vote in the UN on Libya favourable human rights record.

UN Weaving tangled webs of lies for imperialism in Libya
It still amazes that ordinary people are so much smarter than the people placed in charge of them. Anyone could have told the UN when the deliberations were being held exactly what the aims of the US/UK and France were in the demand to establish a no fly zone over Libya.

Your ordinary citizen knew it was just going to be an excuse to pound the living daylights out of the place, while the military and the freaks supporting them have orgasms at the scenes of destruction.

Your ordinary citizen knew it was to regain colonial domination over the region and to steal the country's rich plethora of resources.

No sooner had the orgy started, then those who allowed this began to say, "hey one minute here" beginning with the Arab League from whom the imperialists counted upon for the "air of legitimacy."

The Anglo-French-American consortium leading this criminal activity has fallen for its own propaganda - blindly convinced that the Arab League is on board. If the Arab League totally approved without question, this means the crime is endorsed by the very people the Arab revolts are trying hard to get rid of.

Arab League chief Amr Moussa condemned the "bombardment of civilians" and called for an emergency meeting of the group of 22 states to discuss the Libyan issue. He demanded a report of the bombardment in which the Libyan armed forces command said 64 people, mostly civilians and children, were killed. Empire spokesmen accused Libya of lying, but the civilian casualties were confirmed by Russian citizens on site.

The abstaining countries also see they have been had in the most grotesque manner. NATO called a meeting and for all practical purposes the discussions have them eating each other alive.

The empire and its minions could not get rid of Ghaddafi by staging a revolt under the utterly absurd cloak of "peaceful protests" ("We are losing the information war" - Hillary Clinton. Ms. Clinton lies do not work when people are searching for truth) so they had to resort to bombs, violence, brute force.

Now comes to light another utter embarrasment for them and the UN, this one they can NEVER LIVE DOWN.

It just so happens that the United Nations Human Rights Council was scheduled to take another important vote. What was that vote?

The Council was about to vote on a report that affirmed and praised Libya and Colonel Ghaddafi for THEIR HUMAN RIGHTS RECORD. The report said that the Ghaddafi government protected "not only political rights, but also economic, educational, social and cultural rights," and praised it for the nation's treatment of religious minorities, and the "human rights training" received by security forces.

It was to be approved at a vote later this month. Did something suddenly happen over night? If you believe it did, I have a bridge to sell you.

No less than 46 delegations to the controversial Human Rights Council made positive comments, with rare criticism from, who else, the United States.

They have moved to postpone the vote. Anyone wonder why? Let everyone, particularly those in positions of power, take notice. We know why. How embarrassing for the dogs of war that vote would be if it were held honestly, no pressure, no blackmail, no bribes. How embarrassing...first the best standard of living in Africa and now a commendation for human rights practices. What a terrible dictator Colonel Ghaddafi is!

edit on 24-3-2011 by acrux because: (no reason given)

posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 08:27 AM
I really don't know who to believe, it's a tug of war between stupidity and morality. The UN/West doesn't have a great record when it comes to human rights, just look at all the Genocide in African country's in the last few decades that the UN could have stopped. Why isn't Somalia or Zimbabwe being looked into more thoroughly by people who think they are doing the right thing by humanity. S+F

posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 08:28 AM
reply to post by Sounds_of_Silence

Then again, isn't Ghaddafi butchering his own people and keeping them in underground prisons? I think people are divided by status in most parts of Libya.

posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 08:32 AM
reply to post by acrux

Hey Cobbar! Do you have any proof other than some biased Russian publication that this is in fact true? Come on mate Fair Dinkum one source and it's true? That's just not cricket! What ever happened to fair go? You splash the Eureka stockade so the question must be asked! By the way you try to come across as an original Aussie? Whats your heritage? hahahahahahahahahahahahaha!

posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 08:37 AM
As I don't like the UN, I really don't know the full story about Libya. All I've seen were the protests and from what I deducted out of that was that the people weren't happy.

I'm against any involvement in the matter of foreign countries, because we have our own to deal with. I guess I just don't know who to believe, we'll have to see how this all turns out.

posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 08:43 AM
reply to post by phatpackage
This fair dinkum enough for you phatso, a link from the New York times. From the very country bombing the crapper out of Libya.

Libya’s Late, Great Rights Record

posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 08:49 AM
reply to post by acrux

If they have free healthcare,free education and interest free housing loans then I think the Americans are the ones who need to be liberated so they can get what these people are getting.
What a backwards hippocritical world we live in.

posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 08:50 AM
If your point is simply that countries are permitted to be on the Human Rights Council despite having deplorable human rights records, than I believe you have your conspiracy. However, regardless of whether you think the US and its allies should have become involved, it's a little silly in my opinion to act like no citizens have been placed in harms way by Gadhafi and his regime.

It amazes me to think that some people out there can completely dismiss the actual citizens of Libya that are obviously no longer content with the statue quo. Have our egos truly become that big that we think we alone control all actions and all people from every corner of the world? We control a decent handful...but far from all.

Did the US instigate the uprisings spreading across the Middle East? More than likely.
Did the UN overreach its authority by allowing a coalition of forces to attack a sovereign nation? Seems that way.

Are these people, grasping hands with their children and burning pictures of Gadhafi and celebrating and taking pictures on top of tanks currently blown to bits and discarded on the side of the road nothing more than paid US actors being put on display for the world to see? If you believe that, I have a bridge to sell you.

It's one thing to say we should not have gotten involved. It's quite another to dismiss the obvious wants and needs of a growing number of Middle Eastern citizens.

posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 08:53 AM
reply to post by Sounds_of_Silence

Somalia is already on the hit list of nations yet to come

posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 09:06 AM
reply to post by acrux

Don't care what they say it is all justified. It's our land who cares about the Koori's! It belongs to our mob! What they gonna do? Spear me in the leg? That was tried on my family some 4 generations ago and yet we all still live and breathe!. Superior warriors we are! Hahahhahahahaaha Would not be that way if the other side was not in our face so much! Game On! Go to a court of of Law! Who is gonna win! Come om I dare you to take us! hahahahahaahahaha!

posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 09:30 AM
Excellent post
It is great to see this scam unfolding and people waking up to the corrupt practices of the past. There will still be some like phatpackage around beating their chest like an ape, but this minority is finding it harder to push their self centred agendas onto the rest of humanity.

posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 09:39 AM
Didn't you folks get the memo. We are not liberating them from an oppressive leader, we are liberating them from a central banking-free monetary system. Gotta make sure there are no countries left that don't have monetary systems controlled by Zionist central banking schemes/scams.

posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 09:53 AM
There is another article on Pravda right now about Russia's economic losses due to this conflict.

Looks to me as though oil, resources, world power domination, and a new mediterrranean vacation coastline was looking too appealing to pass up!

posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 09:53 AM

Originally posted by PplVSNWO
Didn't you folks get the memo. We are not liberating them from an oppressive leader, we are liberating them from a central banking-free monetary system. Gotta make sure there are no countries left that don't have monetary systems controlled by Zionist central banking schemes/scams.

The Central Bank of Libya (CBL) is 100% state owned and represents the monetary authority in The Great Socialist People’s Libyan Arab Jamahiriya and enjoys the status of autonomous corporate body. The law establishing the CBL stipulates that the objectives of the central bank shall be to maintain monetary stability in Libya , and to promote the sustained growth of the economy in accordance with the general economic policy of the state.

the Bank of England has limited influence (for now) !

Saturday, July 12, 2008

How Many Central Banks Does Rothschild Control?
In 1946 E.C. Knuth wrote: "The bulwark of the British financial oligarchy lies in its ageless and self-perpetuating nature, its long-range planning and prescience, its facility to outwait and break the patience of its opponents. The transient and temporal statesmen of Europe and particularly of Britain itself, who have attempted to curb this monstrosity, have all been defeated by their limited tenure of confidence. Obligated to show action and results in a too short span of years, they have been outwitted and outwaited, deluged with irritants and difficulties; eventually obliged to temporize and retreat. There are few who have opposed them in Britain and America, without coming to a disgraceful end, but many, who served them well, have also profited well". ("Empire of 'The City,'" p. 65).

How did they do it? That's the recurring question in Niall Ferguson's formidable The House of Rothschild, a history of the legendary European-Jewish banking family. ''There is but one power in Europe and that is Rothschild,'' said a French journalist in 1841, giving voice to the popular suspicion that the dynasty and its money held sway over the affairs of nations. The globalists are centred on the Rothschild-dominated Bank of England, MI-6 and the secretive Round Table society, which spawned the Royal Institute of International Affairs. The American branches include the Council on Foreign Relations, CIA and the Rockefeller foundations which all ensure the American people continue to finance and enforce one-world tyranny. The Bush family has owed its prominence to this cabal ever since grandfather Prescott Bush helped arrange financing for Nazism.

They also will use the attacks to gain control of the few nations in the world who don't allow Rothschild central banks and so less than one month after these attacks, US forces attack Afghanistan, one of only 7 nations in the world who don't have a Rothschild controlled central bank. Ancient Babylon, I mean Iraq, is now one of six nations left in the world who don't have a Rothschild controlled central bank. There are now only 5 nations on the world left without a Rothschild controlled central bank: Iran; North Korea; Sudan; Cuba; and Libya.

- Niall Ferguson, The House of Rothschild

posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 09:58 AM
ya know it really is a shame that I don't trust
my government any further than I could throw them.
And I truly despise politics, but damn them
people for making me get involved in this
political crap.

I have learned more about Libya in the past week
than I have ever learned about it in my previous
46 yrs of life. Maybe that's a good thing.
However, what I am finding out about
what my government is doing there
is a far cry from being good.
It is downright evil in nature.

Thus the reason why I have to get involved.
And folks like you get to see my ugly mug
on ATS one more day fighting for the truth.

posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 09:59 AM
reply to post by xuenchen
These overbearing bankers are wankers. Usury laws should be listed as a crime against humanity.

Thanks for input, real shame this info on the banks is true.

posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 10:01 AM
reply to post by xuenchen

Thank you so much for that link.
I wanted to link that but I can't do links at the moment.

If you look at the politics and the fact there are five countries left not yet under control then it all makes clear sense.

The wars are monetary.
In the old days they would send in armies to they use bankers.
They aren't doing this for the people of libya...they are doing this for monetary purposes if you ask me.

posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 10:01 AM
reply to post by xuenchen

u r exactly right.

Afghanistan and Iraq both had
banking systems not locked
in cahoots with the Rothschilds.

Some background info about
the money in the Middle East

basically a banking cartel mafia war.

if you have a banking system not aligned
with the Rothschilds, then you will be
invaded and a Rothschilds bank will
be implemented without ur consent.

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posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 10:01 AM
reply to post by Sounds_of_Silence

Exactly. Completely agree with you.

At this point, i'm just praying and hoping for the best for my family and friends.
This world is getting crazier and crazier.

posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 10:07 AM
reply to post by xuenchen

The ones claiming this isn't about oil are correct(but for the wrong reasons), it's much bigger than oil, it's total control over the monetary system. It allows the bankers to completely control the countries resources through currency.
Wonder what the US would be like if our gov't never handed control of the money to the Fed and severed the gold standard in favor of debt based notes.

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