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Thierry Meyssan[/B] (born 18 May 1957 in Talence, Gironde) is a controversial French journalist and political activist.
He is the author of investigations into the extreme right wing (particularly about the National Front Militias, which are the object of a parliamentary investigation and caused a separation of the extreme right wing party), as well as into the Catholic Church (Opus Dei, for example).
Meyssan is best known for his controversial book [I]9/11: The Big Lie[/I] ([I]L'Effroyable imposture[/I]), in which he challenges the official account of events of the September 11 terrorist attacks.
On August 22, 2011, Meyssan gave reports to the Russian program Russia Today from the Rixos Hotel in Tripoli. While stuck there, he reported that contrary to many other reports, Gaddafi forces drove the rebels from most of the city, said he felt he was in danger, and accused some of his fellow journalists of being spies from the CIA and the MI6. When the host of the program asked him why the presence of Western spies would put him in danger, he replied that he was not explaining all the details of the situation well. Meyssan was the only journalist trapped in the Rixos at this time who claimed to have first-hand knowledge of who was winning the battle for Tripoli. The same day, Meyssan reported that Western agents disguised as journalists at the Rixos hotel had marked him for assassination and that escape routes in the city had been blocked to prevent him from fleeing. He also said that the identities of these spies would be released in due course.[8 ]
Aerial Photex of HMS Ocean and Apache Helos - 29/7/11 Today the Apache Helos from HMS Ocean took off from the flightdeck to take part in Gun Harmonisation practice. HMS Ocean is supporting OP Ellamy, the UK's contribution to UN Resolution 1973.
I wonder what the Zionists have planned for a place like Libya. what really is the point of the invasion? Could someone please elaborate? i thought these uprisings were religious in nature, how is the CIA and MI6 fanning the flames?
Gaddafi loyalists said Monday that they had captured 17 mercenaries, including French and British "technical experts",who had assisted the rebel-led Transitional National Council in its assaults on Bani Walid. "A group was captured in Bani Walid consisting of 17 mercenaries. They are technical experts and they include consultative officers,"
"Most of them are French, one of them is from an Asian country that has not been identified, two English people, and one Qatari,", he added.