‘NTC – former Gaddafi conies turned West’s puppies’

Oct 26th 2011

Humanitarian- code for in the interest of BANKERS!

‘NTC – former Gaddafi conies turned West’s puppies’

NTC has never been a democratic body that represents Libyan people, right from the beginning. It emerged through a political struggle in the country, its path shelled by West’s bombs, states Patrick Hayes, a reporter from London.
­“It is very much more an association of former conies of Gaddafi, who were cherry-picked by western leaders for their roles”, Hayes told RT. This does not give them much of legitimacy in the eyes of Libyan people, he stressed.
West basically stepped in the civil war in Libya to bomb a path for the Transitional Council to follow. By these foreigners actually took the democratic initiative from the Libyan people, hindering the organic process of establishing democracy, the reporter explained.
And it is Western powers who celebrated the murder of former strongman Gaddafi. Instead of Libyan people.
“And now you have Cameron, Obama, Sarkozy championing this [the killing of Col. Gaddafi] as one of their achievements. Though they were never clear of that from the start,” claimed Hayes.
­Anti-Islamic fears used to extend NATO presenceAnnouncements come that Islamic sharia law will be the basis of legislation in newly liberated Libya. This news has raised concerns, especially among women, despite Islamists insisting moderation will prevail. Also worries are about it not being a secular society – where all religions can expect to be treated fairly.
As historically Libya has a very moderate form of Islam, there are no signs extremism may emerge in the political life there, reassures Patrick Hayes.
This “Bogey-Man” of Islamic extremism is only be used by NATO to scaremonger the people and justify the military presence of the western powers in the country, believes the reporter.
Anyway the main problem remains on the surface – NTC, an actual puppet of the West, depends fully on the foreign support and guidance. At the same time it does not genuinely represent the people of the Libya, but only serves interests of the invaders.

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6 responses to “‘NTC – former Gaddafi conies turned West’s puppies’

  1. NATO actions not in Libyan people’s interest

    A BANKERS PRIVATE ARMY NEVER WILL BE IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE!

    http://rt.com/news/nato-libya-people-rees-741/

    http://on.rt.com/3h5eb4

    John Rees of the Stop the War Coalition in London says that NATO’s actions in Libya will bring about a government which will not be in the interests of the Libyan people.
    ­“The Western powers intervened in Libya not to protect the revolution, but to colonize the revolution, and they’ve succeeded in doing that – and the [National Transitional Council’s] request for continued military help underlines that fact very clearly,” he told RT.
    Rees believes that the West has simply hijacked the Libyan conflict to pursue its own interests.
    “The events in Libya show that the revolution was started off as a genuine organic expression of the Libyan people’s desire, was taken over by the West, has now got a [NTC] leadership which is wholly dependent militarily, economically, politically on the West,” he explained. “And what is being driven through in Libya is a government which at the end of the day won’t be in the interests of most Libyan people.”
    The very same people who now have a foothold in Libya and who have been using the language about protecting the world from terrorism are those who have conducted the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, Rees noted.
    “And that will be a situation which destabilizes the entire Middle East,” he concluded.
    Conn Hallinan, a columnist for Foreign Policy in Focus, a project of the US-based Institute for Policy Studies, argued that NATO intervened in Libya without fully understanding the deep rift in Libyan society.
    “NATO commanders were very explicit: They expected, when NATO went in, that very quickly the Gaddafi forces would basically run for the desert and roll up and surrender,” he told RT. “Well, they didn’t – it went on for at least 35 weeks. And I think that was a shock, and I think it also became clear that it wasn’t just the fact that they were up against the dictator, that there is a division in the country.”
    “It’s really partly a civil war – partly it’s between west and east, partly it’s between different tribes; there’s also ethnicities involved in terms of the south and the north,” Hallinan explained. “It’s much more complex than most people were led to believe, and so I think that they are asking NATO to stay because the interim government does not have control over the militias.”
    Another factor of instability is unaccounted-for weapons, and analysts noted that some of the weapons stockpiled by the Gaddafi regime are extremely dangerous.
    “If they get outside of Libya, it’s going to cause a distressing amount of damage in a lot of different places,” Hallinan concluded, echoing remarks by Rees.

  2. Arabs disgusted by Gaddafi’s killing’

    Not the only ones!!

    HE MUST HAVE KNOWN FAR TOO MUCH- THAT THE WEST HAD TO HAVE HIM EXECUTED!

    http://rt.com/news/death-peace-chandan-libya-683/

    http://on.rt.com/kb3wr1
    The death of Libya’s ex-leader Muammar Gaddafi has had more impact on people than did his life. That is according to Sukant Chandan, freelance journalist and spokesman for British Civilians For Peace in Libya. He says peace is yet to come to Libya.
    ­The remains of Colonel Gaddafi, his son Mutassim and a top aide have finally been buried after days on public display. But according to Chandan, the issue of former leader’s death is still a running story.
    “I have a lot of Arab friends who were very hostile to him, but as for the nature of his death [it’s different]. There is a famous Chinese revolutionist who said that ‘to die for the enemy is lighter than a feather, but to die against Western foreign policy is weightier than a mountain.’ So I think Gaddafi’s death has been very weighty and has a deep, profound impact on the Arab psyche,” says Chandan.
    Chandan notes that Arabs were not only outraged by the nature of Gaddafi’s death, but through it were also awakened to the rebel’s true nature. As for talk of peace finally coming to Libya, the activist argues there is none.
    “There are scores of rebel factions. All the media are being very clear that the civil war between the rebel factions and the NTC is about to blow up, which even the NTC leaders acknowledge,” affirms the journalist.
    Besides, Chandan notes that essential infrastructure and services in Libya’s capital have not been restored, which does not suggest peace either: there is no running water in Trilopi and when there is, it is salty.
    It has been announced that the NTC has formally asked NATO to continue its bombing campaign for at least one more month, so the activist points out that there is deep division in the pro-NATO rebel Council.
    “People like Mr. [Mustafa Abdul] Jalil and [Mahmoud] Jibril are very keen that NATO intervene on their behalf against other factions which they don’t support.”
    ­An eyewitness to the NATO bombing in Libya, Ali Alkasih, agrees, saying that the alliance’s actions have created big divisions in the country.
    “They used every possible thing to make this so-called ‘revolution’ successful,” Alkasih told RT. “They used gunships, they used helicopters, they used fighters – all sorts of weapons that they had at their disposal, so that they could dispose of Gaddafi and make this revolution successful. They’ve killed so many people to succeed in this operation. [But] I don’t think it’s a success, because if it was a success, every Libyan would be happy.”
    Alkasih says Libyan society has been split apart by both NATO interference and the Gaddafi regime.
    “There is a huge gap now between Libyans – partially because of the NATO interference and partially, let’s be honest, because of Gaddafi,” he argued. “But the way they killed Gaddafi, the way they treated him, the way they bombed my city, which had a lot of civilians inside it who were killed as well – this just generates anger and generates revenge, which will be in the future fuel for another war in Libya… sooner or later.”

  3. LIBYANS NOW AFRAID TO SPEAK OUT- ONE LIBYAN GUY HAD TO HAVE HIS ID BLANKED OUT JUST SO HE COULD SPEAK FREELY………….WELL DONE NATO- YOU NEVER FAIL TO FAIL!!

    HE SAID- 6 MILLION LIBYANS BUT ALL WE SEE ARE A FEW HUNDRED THAT MAKE THE RUNNING- WHERE ARE ALL THE MILLIONS THAT HAVE BEEN SILENCED?

  4. Gaddaphi the rules of a Muslim country put into severe physical cause by his country men and finally buried. The dictator had made millions and died like a street dog. The oil resource and foreign exchange of Libya has gone to dogs once again. The ruler net his end due to overwhelming desire.

    • Only Time will tell!
      Truth takes time to leak out, but in the end always does!!

      Thousands have perished, for what?

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