Oficial britanic: NATO trebuie sa extinda bombardamentele in Libia

de Mircea Barzoi     HotNews.ro
Duminică, 15 mai 2011, 22:57 Actualitate | Internaţional

Seful statului major britanic, generalul David Richards, a declarat ca NATO trebuie sa extinda bombardamentele in Libia, altfel nu il va putea indeparta de la putere pe Muammar Gaddafi. Misiunea NATO sub mandat ONU de protejare a civililor a impiedicat trupele loiale lui Gaddafi sa inainteze spre zonele cucerite de rebeli, dar nu a reusit destituirea regimului, anunta Reuters.

Dupa ultimul bombardament asupra cartierului general al dictatorului, Bab al-Aziziyah din capitala Tripoli, Muammar Gaddafi a lansat vineri o inregistrare audio prin care ii asigura pe occidentali ca se afla ascuns intr-un loc inaccesibil pentru NATO.

Richards solicita NATO actiuni mai complexe care sa preseze autoritatile de la Tripoli. Desi conflictul din Libia dureaza de trei luni, acum se afla intr-o situatie de relativa stagnare, in timp ce Gaddafi refuza sa paraseasca puterea. Ministrul de externe libian a declarat ca poporul sau nu va ceda si nu se va lasa ingenunchiat.


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  • +1 (1 vot)    
    ??? (Luni, 16 mai 2011, 8:00)

    *)* [anonim]

    http://deanhenderson.wordpress.com/2011/02/28/lockerbie-lies-libya/

    [ http://www.mathaba.net/news/?x=626593 ]

    Libya had been an Italian colony from 1911 until 1951, when King Idris was installed on the throne by the British. He signed treaties with Britain (1953), the US (1954) and Italy (1956) which allowed those countries to establish military bases, including Wheelus Air Base near Tripoli. Soon Exxon Mobil, British Petroleum and the Italian Agip were granted large oil concessions.
    King Idris became highly unpopular as Libyans saw him selling their country out to foreign oil. Protests were handled brutally so an underground rebellion sprouted which came to include many in the armed forces. In 1969 a bloodless coup was carried out by a few dozen officers calling themselves “Free Officers” based on the model of Gamel Nasser in Egypt. Nasser had led the rebellion that deposed Egyptian King Farouk in 1958. The architect of the 1969 Libyan coup that ended the monarchy of King Idris was an army captain named Mohamar Gaddafii.
    The new Republic of Libya adopted a green flag, symbolizing Gaddafi’s “Green Book”, which he penned to explain the uniquely Libyan economic model of anarcho-syndicalism. It’s a very thoughtful book and I recommend reading it.
    In 1970 Gaddafi forced the U.S. and British forces to evacuate their military bases. The following year he nationalized the properties held by British Petroleum and forced other companies to pay the Libyan state a much higher share of the profits.
    He also nationalized Libya’s central bank. Libya is one of only nine countries in the world whose central bank is not controlled by the Rothschild-led Eight Families banking syndicate.
    Because of this drastic break from colonial usury Libya has one of the highest standards of living in all of Africa. Average per capita income is $14,000/year. Workers not only own the factories they work in, they decide what that factory will produce ...
    • +1 (1 vot)    
      Este de inteles ... (Luni, 16 mai 2011, 9:56)

      utug [anonim] i-a raspuns lui *)*

      La ~10 km est de Tripoli, unde in prezent se gaseste Mitiga International Airport, a existat pana in 1970 o baza militara anglo-americana, Wheelus Air Base. Daca la 1 septembrie 1969 Gaddafi nu l-ar fi detronat pe regele Idris, Libia ar fi fost o monarhie precum Arabia Saudita sau Qatar (monarhie ereditara absoluta din 1825). American si Anglia nu ar mai fi parasit Wheelus. Air Base. Este de inteles pentru ce "NATO trebuie sa extinda bombardamentele in Libia ..."

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_TEelPBX8U

      http://www.flickr.com/photos/tarekalwan/3579370703/


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