Saturday, June 11, 2011

Entanglement of humanity for oil, gold and central bank of Libya!

Before leaving your comments, please go through all the references (at the end of this article): the article provides the most detailed assessment so far of civilian deaths in the name of democracy by some perpetrators.

You may up-most yourself and perceive the reality of invasion in Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya by USA or International alliance when you question enough the reality you live in. Close your eyes and try to realize; are we remaining in silence, participating or empowering our government/ political party to collude with the good will of millions of people's life in the name of democracy and peace. What will you call that: a blasphemy and deception or oath to humanity or massacre of innocent children and woman as well as old people who wake up in the morning to take nerve gas instead of fresh air?.

Have you been to Iraq and Afghanistan before 1991 and after the military execution in the name of Middle East peacemaking? You may compare GDP and living standard or research yourself in online and you will identify who are the war criminals? Who ruined millions of life in the name of democracy, peacemaking and civilizations.
Dear readers, I don’t know your opinion about Gadaffi or Saddam Hossain; dictator or bloodsucker, unfortunately they made some differences (economic prosperity) in their country which lead international invention with the help of traitors. please do some research on life standard of Libya and Iraq and compare "it had been better" the results. Do you think Iraqi people leading standard life style or it had been better off than before 1991.

Can you remember what happened to Indonesia ‘Doing great under Late Suharto’ the people of Indonesia revolted in the name of "reforms"! till now are they better off than before? Everyone knew that Indonesian booming economy was it curse and went flame in the name of “Formasi” and “conflict of East Timor”. Now what! Simple life; millions of them still jobless and the women (working as a maidservant in Malaysia and Singapore, geisha in Thailand) freedom of speech did not fulfill their stomach.

People of Libya are being manipulated and killing each other.Dear Libyan, please hold and take a deep breath, now try to remember what happened in Iraq: a CoS doll, simple game, got it ?,you will see same formation of government in your country who will work for their daddy. After five years you will understand what the hell you made up by yourself. Do not close your eyes like crows and pretend that no one watching out: how will you face your future generation?. It’s high time you had a lesson from Iraq, Indonesia and Afghanistan (feel for heal). If you want to save your country then stop following: "We need to see actions, not words"; those type of programs trying to evoke an emotional response, local politician should stop playing for galleries, Mr. Gaddaffi if you care about your country and people why don't you call on Supreme Judicial Committee and declare national election so that citizen of Libya will decide their future.By doing that you can save your people and natural resources.

Do you know the reason why US was slow in responding to the turmoil in Libya? apparently they were making another tale which resembles Iraq, Afghanistan story to justify that people of Libya truly yearn for democracy. What a cheep of deception in pursuit their own selfish ends!

Alas! Libyan do not have democracy- freedom of speech, 3rd world have democracy and freedom of speech, everyone can raise his/her voice against government unfortunately he or she is deprived basic need of life! What a fancy! Or are they (Libyans) being brainwashed by some special hooker or betrayer: how many lives USA-NATO will take for a liter from you?. This is a psychological feud, conspiracy, lies and brutality which you resist because they has demolished your morale, social responsibility and brotherhood. I do not know what rebels stand for: opposed to Gaddafi's dictatorship or allow FDI in oil, can you see the future command and conquer! “a NATO base in Africa”.

No wonder the US and other capitalist countries do not like Libya .Gaddafi would not consent to taking the IMF or World Bank credits at high interest rates. Economic reforms have been carried out in the last few years to integrate the country into the global economy, but a whims of stubborn, Gaddafi must leave Libya and NATO saving human lives indiscriminate bombing of cruise missiles! Who cares about the best way or any kind of diplomatic way or with the mandate of citizen; social security as well as the standard of living in Libya:is higher than that of all the neighboring countries.

Violation of war rules:
As California Democrat Representative Brad Sherman has pointed out, Obama is trying to “bring democracy to Libya while shredding the Constitution of the United States.” He added “He cannot continue what he is doing in Libya without congressional authorization. When a president defiantly violates the law, that really undercuts our efforts to urge other countries to have the rule of law”. The US president also came under fire from Republican Senator Rand Paul from Kentucky who has termed such unauthorized military action as “appalling” and “terrible precedence”.

And what about Afghanistan? Just two months ago, General David Petraeus had to apologize for a helicopter strike that killed nine children collecting firewood in a remote part of Kunar province.

David, Reading, UK, 20/2/2011 17:35 wrote in part: "This is the stupid most misleading story in recent history. Britain must never take any lessons from America. No country is cozying up to dictators more than America. No country is as selfish as America. Everything they do is in the interests of America."

Mr. David you are absolutely right, your government collecting tax from you to kill people who has not declare war on you.

What a shame for America, someone on US National Public Radio quipped, "President Obama has fired more cruise missiles than all other Nobel Peace Prize winners combined".

What can be done to save human live in Libya, Syria and Afghanistan as well as Iraq :

I do not mean; world should fold its hands and watch freedom fighter of Libya or any other martyr around the world go in flames for democracy. Gadafi and his cohorts must be arrested immediately according to law of Hague convention and taken to the Hague committee to answer some questions on Crime against humanity in Nsukka, Enugu state, Nigeria, Sierra Leone and Liberia, also committee should reserve his law rights so that he can appoint a lawyer, see the phenomenon in the eyes of international law.

USA and NATO can work with other world leaders to defend and protect the Libyan people with the vast economic and diplomatic powers it possesses without killing innocent people and violating Geneva Convention.

Stop killing innocent people and fly zone and withdraw all the troops from those (Libya, Syria and Afghanistan as well as Iraq) countries and follow up with other world leaders to work out a mandate execution which may justify your intervention.

If you really believe in humanity and democracy and want to make peace in middle east then stop supporting Israel (Since the 1960s, the United States has accepted Israel's nuclear armory on condition that Israel not threaten its neighbors: as we know that Israeli soldier killing innocent children and woman all most every day.) and Saudi Arabia ( monarchy and family nepotism system let ordinary people deprive from their basic needs and freedom of life, King Abdullah orders to kill directly at the demonstrators from the 10,000 troops he's amassing to quash the expected demonstrations).

Dear readers can you see the hypocritical attitude (firing missiles on Libya but not on Bahrain, Yemen, or Saudi Arabia where dictators are crushing democracy movements)?

What a fuss No Fly Zone to protect the civilian of Libya , why the children of Seif Gaddafi are not protected by the 1977 Protocol to the Geneva Conventions?. UN should set an example to the world by affirming war criminals are arrested and make them undergo international human-right law, so that no one dare to violate international law and sovereignty of a country in the future.

Stop seeking simple reason :”if you are a Muslim nation with massive amounts of oil then we will find a way to drop bombs on you in the name of democracy and peace making, to seek the best interest of our military contractors, oil tycoons, and corporate leaders.”

Have you asked what you have got from this nefarious game (Nerve Gas, Hiding Osama Bin Laden, and Democracy for Libya): only splitting off children from parents, individuals from families, families from villages, villages from city and city from nation?. “I’m the one who is a peace maker”(whether no one invited you to become a peace maker) or a priest (always love to give public feast first) even served as the leader/stimulator of troops going into battle.

Dear Mr. Gaddafi with all due respect, perhaps a simple last job you can do for the people of Libya :just resign and hand over the power to right type of council/ government body and let them announce a national election and finally ask for clemency to your own people and neighbor country,otherwise the resolution body with cruise missiles, bombers and fighter jets under the umbrella of protecting civilians will make another Saddam story, or let him follow the fate of Saddam!Sorry for you guys, unfortunately your (Iraqi and Libyan) natural resource (oil) become curse in your life:blessing of cluster bomb..what a peaceful life!.

Dear readers and my blogger friends, your commentary may send a message to those culprit who creates violence for their own interest, because there is a brotherhood that exists between you and sufferer which cannot be denied. And you don't have to be a war-protesting “no-blood-for-oil” waving critic to stop them, just feel the pain of innocent people experiencing everyday because of military execution, you may have ethical obligations to care about matters that impact dramatically the lives of so many people in different territories, somehow your hard earned taxed money is spent on making their life miserable.

Give proper justification: Dear American readers, can you please justify this invasion before leaving this page “ what if anyone from any state of USA started revolting against Mr. Obama, how fast would your government disperse them?.And how many more lives are you willing to take in order to "protect" the civilians of Libya, Iraq and Afghanistan ?

Below are some references for your justification: Why US-NATO led military intervention to Gadaffi

"Libya has a free education system for everyone"
Retrieved from http://nicenfunnys.blogspot.com/2011/03/10-facts-you-didnt-know-about-libya.html

The West's War Against Gadhafi - Yet another long-lasting, tragic crime against humanity, IPS, Global Research, April 6, 2011)
A group of medical professionals from Russia, Ukraine and Belarus wrote in an appeal to Russian President Medvedev and Prime Minister Putin:

“[Libyans] are entitled to free treatment and their hospitals provide the best in the world of medical equipment. Education in Libya is free, capable young people have the opportunity to study abroad at government expense. When marrying, young couples receive 60,000 Libyan dinars (about 50,000 US dollars) of financial assistance. Non-interest state loans and as practice shows, undated. Due to government subsidies the price of cars is much lower than in Europe and they are affordable for every family. Gasoline and bread cost a penny, no taxes for those who are engaged in agriculture. The Libyan people are quiet and peaceful, are not inclined to drink and are very religious.”

“Another provocative bit of data circulating on the net is a 2007 Democracy Now! interview of US Gen. Wesley Clark (Ret.). In it he says that about ten days after September 11, 2001, he was told by a general that the decision had been made to go to war with Iraq. Clark was surprised and asked why. "I don't know!" was the response. "I guess they don't know what else to do!" Later, the same general said they planned to take out seven countries in five years: Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Iran.”

Retrieved from: All About Oil, or All About Banking

"Operation Libya and the Battle for Oil: Redrawing the Map of Africa
With 46.5 billion barrels of proven reserves, (10 times those of Egypt), Libya is the largest oil economy in the African continent followed by Nigeria and Algeria (Oil and Gas Journal).”
Retrieved from http://www.globalresearch.ca/

Why Gaddafi Has Survived Libya's Rebellion
Retrieved from http://www.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,2059233,00.html
oil refining basics: why countries like Libya are important to the world economy–plus a thought on the markets

why Libya matters- 1.6 million barrels it churns out is all easy/cheap to refine light, sweet crude that’s rich in the gasoline and diesel fuel that the US and Europe consume.
Retrieved from http://www.bajan.wordpress.com/
“James Heffernan: How Many More Libyan Children Are We Willing to Kill?

Under Section II, Article 85, item 3a of the 1977 Additional Protocol to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949: "grave breaches of this Protocol" include "making the civilian population or individual civilians the object of attack."
Last night, a NATO airstrike on the Tripoli home of his youngest son, Seif al-Arab Moammar Gaddafi, failed to hit Gaddafi himself but killed Seif along with three of Gaddafi's grandchildren.
Mussa Ibrahim said Saif al-Arab was a civilian and a student who had studied in Germany. He was 29 years old.”
Retrieved from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/

90,000 civilians 'killed in Iraq war' over five years
British security guard sentenced
28 Feb 2011
Number of women and children killed in Iraq air raids 'disproportionately high'
16 Apr 2009
Retrieved from http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/iraq/8327447/90000-civilians-killed-in-Iraq-war-over-five-years.html

Libya. Oil. War. Is it that simple?
Obama cited national security and potential massacres as reasons for intervention. But the price of gas also counts
Retrieved from http://www. mobile.salon.com/
US helps Libyan rebels by allowing oil deals
Retrieved from http://www.euronews.net/

Why Libya's Qaddafi could survive like Saddam in 1991
Rather than the euphoric victories in Tunisia and Egypt, Libya's conflict now evokes another uprising: Iraqis' 1991 failed bid to overthrow Saddam Hussein, who ruled for another 12 years.
Retrieved from http://www.csmonitor.com/

Libya: Gaddafi offers talks with Nato
Libyan leader Col Muammar Gaddafi has called for a ceasefire and talks with Nato to stop the coalition's air strikes against his country.
Retrieved from http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-13247399

Ceasefire better than killing innocent people


9 comments:

rovahiga said...

Un article à lire plutôt 2 fois qu'une. Il apporte de la lumière dans les recoins de la conscience afin de juger ce qui est bon ou pas pour un pays, un peuple. Faut-il réinventer la démocratie ?

chickangell said...

As an American, I find it frustrating and offensive that people link Americans with what their government is doing and think that we all think that way or agree with what is happening. That is not always the case. I think that most Americans are sick of the wars. That is why we elected a president who claimed to have a plan to have us out of Iraq and Afghanistan inside a year. (I didn't vote for him, BTW, so I feel even less to blame for what is happening.) You site in your article several of our congressmen speaking out against what the president is doing, yet you link us all into this money grubbing nonsense. It is not fair to blame All Americans for what their government does. That being said, I agree with the point of your article. There has to be a better way to do things, a way that will spare lives. Most of the Americans I know are sick of the war and sick of being the enforcer of the UN. We (Americans)don't want to "be responsible" for making everyone else do what we (the un) want.

Maggie said...

He is not blaming all US. It clearly indicates that there are factions in US that disagree with the actions. I do not think that pagan is a good description for the actions, however. Keep religion out of it. Religion has corrupted morality more than anything else. Pagan does not eqate evil. Other than that, I think that the writeup has validity and the perspectives deserve sympathy. What I dislike is the use of religion EVER to justify or condemn anything or any action. Pagan beliefs are not different than Xian or Muslim or any other belief system. Systems of belief are by nature restrictive and will inevitably hit walls that cause conflict and friction. I am a human being with secular perspectives, meaning, I do not give ANY religious system my mind or power of my judgment. Ethics and morality are taught most effectively outside the bounds of faith and are best taught by parents before a child reaches age 4 through simiple compassion.

Rachit said...

quite true:) Nice read :)

chy said...

Thanks all of you for your comments.
I agree your point “I do not give ANY religious system my mind or power of my judgment.”

Can you please show me one example: USA or NATO invaded a country which is not a Muslim country?.

What about Israel?.

For your reference:[
GADAFFI DID NOT ATTACK HIS PEOPLE CONFIRMED BY SATELLITE SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS2
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8WANhxxIwgM
“The Israeli human rights organization B’Tselem published a report indicating that Israel murdered, on average, one Palestinian every other day between 2006 and 2009, excluding the attack on Gaza known as Cast Lead that killed an additional 1,400 people (note that including Cast Lead brings the total to an average of around 1.5 murdered Palestinians per day).
http://www.hybridstates.com/2011/01/israel-accelerates-rate-of-killing-palestinians-in-early-2011/
http://mondoweiss.net/2010/10/the-idf-kills-1-palestinian-civilian-every-2-days-on-average-with-impunity.html
http://www.ifamericansknew.org/”]

I do not want to give religious icon to justify my feelings; it’s about the question of humanity and ethics, morality (human dignity and principal of humanity). I am just concern about killing of innocent people across the world and not keen on “having sympathetic perspective from Americans who see themselves as global citizens” as long as they raise their voice against those butchers. I just want to see people across the world are in peace: reserving social justice with civil liberties.

I do not see the matter as of the entire American is responsible for this massacre “It is not fair to blame All Americans for what their government does”. But it hurts me to see that Americans are not pro-active against War or violation of Geneva Convention and they trade away their global responsibility and morality for oil, gold and gas grabbing nonsense.

Brazil said...

Leaders shud careful about their people..who pay tax to live by...

noved said...

Obama needs Social Security money to keep bombing on Libya, Syria unrest...

Both houses in the French parliament have voted to extend France's participation in NATO operations in Libya.

So Sad...

Caustic Logic said...

"Can you please show me one example: USA or NATO invaded a country which is not a Muslim country?."

Plenty - all of Latin America, Yugoslavia, where NATO sided with the Islamist parties...

But otherwise, I agree with what you're saying here. Gaddafi should step down, but more to shut everyone up than anything. I don't believe he's a mad butcher or horrible tyrant. Last chance to save Libya's system that, as you note, has taken good care of its people rather than Wall Street. The Saddam Hussein comparisons are apropos in that regard - stubbornness of leaders used as another weapon against the people...

Anonymous said...

'No water for him. Let him die': Horrifying moment Burmese Buddhists set fire to Muslim man in riots which left 43 dead

The video was largely filmed by police in the town of Meiktila, Burma
Intense bloodshed between Buddhists and Muslims last month
Man is seen alive, but badly burned lying on the floor as police watch
Sparked after row between Muslim shop owner and Buddhist customers
HRW: Burmese authorities committed crimes against humanity


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2312807/Burma-riots-Horrifying-moment-Buddhists-set-Muslim-man.html