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Gaddafi: Foreign powers want to occupy Libya

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posted on Sep, 1 2011 @ 04:57 PM
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I know its from aljazeera but Gaddafi has great points
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Deposed leader accuses foreign powers in new audio message of eyeing Libya's oil and natural resources.





Libyan leader said the country's tribes will not be controlled by international forces and warned them to be ready for guerrilla war





"Imperialism is hated by Libyan people, who can accept it? All people will fight against imperialism," he said.




But the NATO Rebels say




thinks he can achieve unless Colonel Gaddafi doesn't understand that it really is the end game being played out here now and that the rest of the country almost no longer cares about him anymore."


No body cares about him anymore? says the rebel NATO Imperialists terrorists you know of these days the rebels will be regeting the uprise.





Abdel Majid Mlegta, co-ordinator of the Tripoli military operations room, told the Reuters news agency "someone we trust" had said Gaddafi had fled to Bani Walid, 150km southeast of the capital.




even thought at the end it cliams




Bouteflika would not take the call, even though Algeria gave sanctuary to Gaddafi's wife and three of his children when they crossed the border on Monday.



I see alots of misinformation going on by the western mainstream media, the media cliams that Gaddafi whereabouts remain unknown.

and we all saw how aljazeera lied about Gaddafi son been caputred then realeased eh?




posted on Sep, 1 2011 @ 05:30 PM
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Did this finally dawn on him? I mean duh! He's a little bit slow on the uptake isn't he?



posted on Sep, 1 2011 @ 05:57 PM
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No : You see lots of information that conflicts with your conspiracy led belief system and therefore have no choice but to denounce the originators of that information as liars and part of the conspiracy.

Big massive huge problem with your warped belief system : even the likes of Pravda and the Palestinian press (who have absolutely no love for NATO whatsoever) disagree with what you say about the rebels, Gaddafi and the revolution in Libya.

In fact, the on the ground reports by the western media matches those anti NATO media press outlets which leaves anybody with at least 1 braincell one single conclusion : the reports are true! DUH!

This is how you verify information find the same source from opposing political and /or military points of view.



posted on Sep, 1 2011 @ 06:32 PM
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the reports are true! DUH!


The reports by the western Mainstream press are always misnformation and disinformation and even fake as we have seen with some of the footages.


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posted on Sep, 2 2011 @ 04:24 AM
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Chavez calls for Libya 'peace' talks

September 2 2011 at 08:25am


www.iol.co.za/news/africa/chavez-calls-for-libya-peace-talks-1.1130024


Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez called on Thursday for talks on his “peace proposal” for Libya, saying it could “stop the madness” in the country.

Chavez, seen as the main ally of ousted strongman Moamer Kadhafi, said he expected a continued conflict following the Libyan leader's call for further resistance.

“The peace proposal of Venezuela and the African Union and many other countries... can stop this madness of the (US) empire and its allies,” Chavez said during a telephone call to state television channel VTV.

The Venezuelan leader has defended Kadhafi since the start of the uprising and has opposed economic sanctions and the NATO intervention. The peace effort Chavez has been touting for months backs negotiations to resolve the crisis, but does not involve ousting his ally.

The comments came as Kadhafi issued a message of defiance from his desert hiding place.

“Prepare yourselves for a gang and guerrilla war, for urban warfare and popular resistance in every town... to defeat the enemy everywhere,” he also said in an audio tape aired on Arab satellite television. - Sapa-AFP



posted on Sep, 2 2011 @ 05:06 AM
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Britain set up secret unit to cut fuel to Kadhafi

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www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5i9qyYvaF8j0cAwvW4JuhKgHWnWEg



LONDON — Britain set up a covert unit in London to block oil supplies to Moamer Kadhafi and ensure the rebels received enough fuel for their fight against the Libyan dictator, a diplomatic source said on Thursday.

The "Libyan oil cell" comprised a handful of a civil servants, ministers and military figures working secretly from the Foreign Office in central London.

The unit was the brain child of Alan Duncan, a minister in the Department for International Development, who convinced Prime Minister David Cameron that part of the solution to the conflict lay in oil, according to news reports.

The six-strong team was set up in April and worked from two disused rooms on the top floor of the Foreign Office, where officials gathered information about oil and fuel movements and passed it on to the government and NATO.

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Key initiatives included helping with the blockade of Kadhafi-held ports by passing advice to NATO and helping locate routes that smugglers were using to get fuel into Libya overland, the BBC and Times newspaper said.

The unit also provided intelligence to the rebels to cut off the supply of crude oil from the Nafusa mountains to Kadhafi's refinery at the port of Zawiya.

Smugglers were trying to transport oil on land routes after the European Union froze the assets of nearly 50 entities including six ports in Libya to put pressure on Kadhafi to ease the crackdown on anti-regime protests.

London-based oil traders were encouraged to sell fuel to the rebels in the rebel stronghold of Benghazi and were put in contact with the rebel leadership.

According to media reports, Duncan once worked for Vitol, the oil trading group that provided fuel to the rebels.

But government sources told the BBC there was no conflict of interest as the Libya oil cell had no commercial relationship with the company.

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