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the terrorist attack on the US embassy in Libya and Clinton

12 Sep

How long are USians going to continue allowing a bunch of ignorant fools continue running this country?

This is Clinton laughing away (note how relaxed she looks) at the lynching of Gaddafi:

And this is her face after the lynching of the US Ambassador in Benghazi, Libya – the most important stronghold of the pro-Nato mercenaries who have hijacked Libya:

Condemnation of the attack on US consulate in Libya by Venezuela

12 Sep

The Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela condemns in the strongest possible terms the terrorist attack perpetrated against the Consulate of the United States in the Libyan city of Benghazi which caused the death of U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and others in the diplomatic corps.

In transmitting its condolences to the family and friends of the victims, the Venezuelan government manifests its repudiation of this act of aggression, which violated the territorial sovereignty of the United States and the immunity that protects all diplomatic missions.

The government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela recalls that on August 23, 2011, the Residence of the Ambassador of Venezuela in Libya was the object of a brutal assault by violent groups during NATO’s war against Libya, an event that was condemned by numerous countries and international institutions but about which Western powers remained silent.

The Bolivarian government of Venezuela maintains the conviction that the state of commotion that reigns today in Libya is a product of the colonialist policy of aggression, interference and hate sown by NATO countries that has destabilized and engendered violence and terrorism in this region of the world. For that reason, at the same time that we condemn and repudiate this attack, we call for an end to the interventionism and hate against the Arab and Muslim people.”

The Illegal War on Libya by Cynthia McKinney

2 Jun

This volume offers both analysis and eyewitness accounts of
the NATO assault on a helpless civilian population it had a UN mandate to protect, and the massive propaganda campaign that made it possible.

It responds to the many questions left unanswered by a complicit mainstream media, such as: Why Libya, not Bahrain, Yemen or Egypt? What was life in Libya like under Gadhafi? What is the truth about the so-called “Black Mercenaries”?

What about Africom’s Plans for Africa?

Cynthia McKinney and other contributors to this volume were in Libya during the period of the NATO assault on Libyan cities, among the few independent voices to report on the tragedy.