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Author`s name Lisa Karpova

What kind of "freedom fighters" are on a payroll?

What kind of These so-called "rebels" or "freedom fighters" in Libya are anything but, more aptly described as terrorists and paid mercenaries. The terrorist established Interim Transitional National Council, recognised in gross violation of international law by France and just recently Italy, appointed one Ali Tarhouni to be their "finance minister."

The terrorist finance minister was quoted as saying: "Right now, there is no immediate crisis kind of need for cash. We have some liquidity that allows us to do the basic things," he said, "such as paying salaries and immediate needs."

Paying salaries? How curious. Since when do you see bona fide, genuine freedom fighters or demonstrators being paid a salary? He also exposes some of the dirty under the table goings on. Western countries have granted this amorphous rag tag gang of terrorists a line of credit that, ironically, is backed up by funds that rightly belong to the proper Libyan government of Muamar Ghaddafi. The amount named was 1.4 billion dinars (1.1 billion in U.S. dollars.)

There is no business like war business. Now we know all about the reasons for freezing funds that belong to the Libyan people.

These terrorists are so concerned for the well being of their people, they have been greeting the bombers as heroes. They have been thanking the mad bombers for the acts of destruction against their own country. Wherever you see these terrorists in control, virtually all government buildings are looted and wrecked.

Besides this, there is no evidence that these "rebels" better described as terrorists or mercenaries adhere to any of the so-called "freedom and democracy" ideas of Pax Americana.

Abdel-Hakim al-Hasidi, the Libyan rebel leader, admits he recruits his men from jihadis who have fought against U.S. forces in Afghanistan and Iraq. Their cries of "Allah Akhbar" can be heard over the path of destruction and death they have caused. How ironic, the coalition of idiots supports jihadis in Libya and fights them elsewhere.

This coalition of barbaric savages can no longer hide the Al Qaeda links of their precious, protected clients/proxies. Neither can they disguise their real purpose in attacking Libya as some sort of morally correct humanitarian intervention.

And shame on their talking heads, such as Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, who affect a knowledge of diplomacy, feign a concern for human rights and possess a veneering of manners--their shameless pathological lying makes them and their kind the most unspeakable fiends of all.

Lisa Karpova

Pravda.Ru

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