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NATO Will Lose in Libya

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NATO, the modern genocide machine, now on its end story. They may no longer able to afford their ammunition to fight Gaddafi and kill civilian. It is maybe a good news for us.

The heads of the air force and the navy have announced that their services can’t carry on combat for much longer without more kit, and that’s even before Liam Fox’s latest cuts announcement.

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June 28, 2011 at 7:48 am

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Learn Modern Genocide From NATO

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Do you wanna learn a modern technique of genocide? If you wanna learn it, you have to learn from NATO. In recent Libyan Crisis, NATO have succesfully killed hundreds of civilian. NATO killed them easily by using bomb and air strike. Their attacks are free of resistance because Libyan civilian are not armed civilian. The most important thing, NATO killed them with international legitimacy. They said, they wanna safe civilian from Gadaffi’s brutallity. Actually, they’re not. Gaddaffi called it as “crusader campaign”

Qaddafi also warned the alliance that its more than three-month mission in Libya is a "crusader’s campaign" that could come back to haunt the West.

 

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Written by arxx

June 24, 2011 at 1:32 am

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Libya’s Uprising Timeline

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Reuters released libya’s uprising timeline. Here is four month of uprising in Libya. Quite long to kill hundreds of civilian. Reuters recorded the riot in Benghazi that occurred in 15 February as the first event.

Feb 15/16, 2011 – A riot in Benghazi is triggered by the arrest of human rights activist Fethi Tarbel, who has worked to free political prisoners, Quryna newspaper reports.

The last event is in 13 June

June 13 – Germany recognises the rebel TNC. (Writing by David Cutler, London Editorial Reference Unit)

I think, the list still growing because Gaddafi still live on.

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Written by arxx

June 14, 2011 at 10:32 am

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Gaddafi and Graffiti

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Graffiti is not Gaddafi’s brother. But currently, Gaddafi is close linked to graffiti. Rory Mullohand on The Observer has a good writing about how Libyan artists drive Gaddafi to the wall. It means, they drive Gaddafi to the wall.

In Tripoli, official portraits of Muammar Gaddafi are everywhere: on giant murals and billboards, in hotel lobbies, offices, shops, homes, and schools. The "Brotherly Leader and Guide of the Revolution" usually appears as a sort of deity or in military uniform with rays of light shining behind him. Throughout Gaddafi’s reign, his obsessive control of how and where his image appears has been straight out of the dictator’s textbook.

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Written by arxx

June 5, 2011 at 8:25 am

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Gaddafi is Close to Collapse

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Finally, after weeks of battle, Gaddafi is close to collapse. Analyst said that there are evidences for the news. At least, hundreds of desertion everyday is significant problem for Gaddafi’s army. Sunday Times has an exclusive interviews with Gaddafi’s top army commander.

“Thousands of members of the armed forces have defected or deserted, especially over the past two weeks. There are defections every day. Everyone who gets an opportunity grabs it,” said General Melud Massoud Halassa.

The most important thing, Halassa said that: “Gaddafi will fall in a few weeks’ time, morale is so bad both in the army and in the population”. If Halassa is correct, this will be a good news. Libyan only need to hold up for weeks, waiting Gaddafi’s fall.

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June 5, 2011 at 2:03 am

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Will Zuma Succed?

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This week, Jacob Zuma will have a diplomatic visit to Libya. The main purpose is to mediate current conflict between NATO and Gadhafi. According to nwsource:

President Jacob Zuma’s mediation trip to Libya this week will test the relevance of the increasingly discredited African Union as well as an old friendship between South Africa’s governing party and strongman Moammar Gadhafi.

Unofficially, Zuma will talk about exit strategy for Gadhafi. In other words, Zuma will persuade Gadhafi to step down. The Question, will he succeed? So far, Gadhafi is still intransigent and stubborn. I believe, without any changes on Gadhafi’s economic and military power, Zuma’s visit may be failed.

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May 30, 2011 at 8:14 am

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