From: Berhane Habtemariam (Berhane.Habtemariam@gmx.de)
Date: Tue Aug 30 2011 - 18:05:41 EDT
NATO admits UK and France troops have been in Libya the whole time
From: <http://mathaba.net/go?> Mathaba
NATO has revealed its member countries may have troops on the ground in
Libya, while Mathaba sources have long confirmed that they do have troops on
the ground in Libya. Image: Anti-NATO sentiment is rising throughout the
In an interview with the EU observer website, an unnamed NATO official
admitted Britain and France may have deployed troops in Libya.
In comments carried by state news channel Rossiya 24 on Sunday, the Russian
ambassador to NATO, Dmitry Rogozin, said there was "direct evidence" that
British and French special forces were carrying out ground operations in
Libya in violation of UN Security Council resolution 1973.
The UN resolution, passed in March, authorized a no-fly zone over Libya and
use of "all necessary measures" to protect civilians.
NATO spokeswoman Oana Lungescu said last week the alliance had no troops on
the ground in Libya, and would not have any after the regime fell. "The
leading role in the post-Gaddafi period in supporting the Libyan people
rests with the United Nations and the Contact Group. NATO will be in a
supporting role... NATO will have no troops on the ground," Lungescu told
reporters in Brussels.
However, NATO has broken past promises including not to back any one side in
the conflict, nor to effect regime change. This has led to the vast majority
of countries in the world not recognizing the NATO-supported rebel TNC.
British Defense Secretary Liam Fox told Sky News last week the rebels were
getting intelligence and reconnaissance assistance from NATO.
Last week, Britain's Daily Telegraph newspaper claimed Britain's elite
Special Air Service regiment (SAS) were helping the rebels hunt down Col
Muammar Gaddafi, whose forces still control most of the country including
the capital Tripoli.
Gaddafi's whereabouts remain unknown, though all sources agree he still
remains in Libya and will not leave.
A former member of the SAS told RIA Novosti last week that UK special forces
had been in Libya "since day one" of the insurrection.
Mathaba published this information a few months back various articles, and
also that the <http://www.mathaba.net/news/?x=626341> Franglo-American
Attack on Libya Was Prepared Many Months in Advance.
The rebels, who entered Tripoli a week ago, have offered a $1.3 million
reward and amnesty from prosecution for anyone who kills or captures
Gaddafi. The offer is being scoffed at with derision by Qaddafi loyalists
who have told Mathaba that they would not sell their principles for all the
gold in the world.
Meanwhile, NATO's actions in Libya have begun to draw sharp criticism even
among Western politicians, who have been accused of being "
<http://bit.ly/libyamusic> rent boys" for the Rotschild's banking family
In a statement, U.S. Congressman Dennis Kucinich said NATO had, all long,
pursued regime change in Libya, in violation of UN Security Council
Resolutions 1970 and 1973.
"NATO acted with impunity. The NATO command recklessly bombed civilians in
the name of "saving civilians". Usurping the United Nation's traditional
role, NATO looked the other way as the arms embargo was openly violated by
UN member nations," Kucinich said.
"NATO's top commanders may have acted under cover of international law but
they are not exempt from international law. If members of the Gaddafi regime
are to be held accountable, NATO's top commanders must also be held
accountable through the International Criminal Court for all civilian deaths
resulting from bombing."
Currently, the rebels are trying to advance toward Gaddafi's hometown of
Sirte east of Tripoli, but are continuing to meet resistance from the
popular leader's loyalist forces. The population of Libya are armed, because
in the "Jamahiriya" people's power system, they exercise direct
participatory democracy via <http://www.peoplesconference.org/> People's
Conferences, national wealth is shared to all accounts, and all are armed in
case of invasion, which has led to the current bloodbath in Tripoli with
well over 30,000 dead in this first week of the invasion alone.
Meanwhile, Algeria has closed a 1,000-km stretch of its border with Libya
and put troops and police there on high alert, an independent Algerian
Al-Watan newspaper said that troops, police and customs officials received
relevant orders late on Monday.
Algeria has not yet recognized the National Transitional Council (NTC) as a
legitimate power in conflict-torn North African state.
Algerian authorities have repeatedly called against international
interference in the domestic conflict in Libya expressing fears that the
instability in Libya may be used by al-Qaeda to strengthen its positions in
the neighboring countries.
Algerian media have reported on several occasions that there were many
criminals and members of al-Qaida and other radical Islamist groups among
the Libyan rebels.
Images of Racism, Massacres and Brutality by "NATO rebels" emerging
After a week where communications are largely cut off by the NATO forces and
the Al-Qaida allies in Libya, terrible images are now emerging. Mainstream
television coverage however focused on a BBC "journalist" showing the inside
of a security headquarters with signs on the walls in English (Libya uses
only Arabic for all signs and the population all are Arabic speakers), and
files on terrorists and criminals.
Viewers are wondering whether anything different would be found in British
security and intelligence headquarters, aside from signs in Arabic on the
wall saying "Her Majesty The Queen" -- several sarcastic comments have been
forthcoming on alternative media networks concerning the blatant contrived
coverage of the now fully discredited <http://wiki.mathaba.net/Media>
western media networks.
The below images for example, are not being shown at all on TV news
bulletins around the world:
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