Libya buried the 11 imams (spiritual leaders of Islam) that were killed in an attack by the imperialist forces of NATO on Friday afternoon. While the imams were being buried, planes of the Atlantic bloc, which issued a statement of "apology" for the massacre, broke the sound barrier. So much for "protecting civilians." We knew that was a lie.
Since the Treaty of Westphalia in 1648, Mankind has been trying to forge something called international law and binding agreements covering the respect for internationally recognised precepts of sovereignty. This is why, after the outrage of Iraq, it is important to respect the UN Resolutions regarding Libya.
The United States, France and Sweden made the war in Libya source of financial gain - The creation of a no-fly zone in Libya - where rebels are trying to overthrow the government of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi - has created a "scenario" in which the three models of combat aircraft contesting the sale for the Brazilian Air Force (FAB) can view their air...
Where is the international community? Morocco illegally occupies Western Sahara, annexed in three waves since 1975. Saharawi political activist Mohamed Halab is in serious condition, 26 days into his hunger strike - and the Moroccan authorities will not even let his mother visit him.
The Vatican has confirmed that the coalition forces in Libya have murdered forty civilians in air attacks against the Libyan capital city, as the government forces continue to fight bravely against Al-Qaeda elements supported by the USA, UK and France. A civilian building has been struck. Mizda hospital targeted as Belgium joins the fray.
In contrast to his inept response to Tunisia and Egypt, Sarkozy condemned the regime of Gaddafi, was first to recognise the interim National Transitional Council, and take the initiative getting the resolution approved to authorise air attacks. An opportunity to show off and put France in the "pantheon of great nations." to increase his popularity.
As you will be aware, the United Nations Organization had planned, this month, to pay homage to Muammar Al-Qathafi for his human rights record, after a carefully researched report was drawn up, praising him for his tremendous humanitarian work not only in his own country but across the African continent, where he is much respected.
Speaking of a no-fly zone is nonsense, it is an understatement typical of someone who hasn't the slightest modesty and thinks they have some divine mandate to stick their big nose in another country, especially when this country, compared to others, possesses an immeasurable reservoir of oil.
What happens when you get protagonists on the international political scene with serious problems at home? In a word, trouble. Like the western media, these politicians got the Libya story wrong from day number 1, raising serious questions as to their capacity to perform in their positions.
The United States and its allies in the European Union (EU) in general are in favor of expulsion of Libya from the HRC, one of the 47 members in the UN body, but there is a lack of consensus, and there is opposition from other states.
Thousands of people loyal to the Libyan leader, Muammar al-Gaddafi, concentrated in the capital in response to the call made in the televised speech by the president. Youth with green bands waved flags and condemned what they called traitors for serving the Western powers, while they repudiated the coverage of the crisis by the foreign media.
The wave of intrigue is spreading across the Arab world. The stage is now totally media and internet created with sensationalism spawned by weapons of mass deception, trying to impose from without a solution agreeable to the imperialists. A country is trying to defend itself, its territorial integrity and sovereignty.
Measures announced recently are designed to meet the precarious economic situation affecting millions of Egyptians. The interim government announced citizens are entitled to their monthly quotas of sugar, milk and rice. Analysts wonder whether Egypt will take the path that characterized the socialist government of President Gamal Abdel Nasser.