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Thursday, October 27, 2011

War criminal Sudan government armed islamist scum rebels in Libya

Sudan - a bastillion of democracy - gave weapons, ammunition and other assistance to the islamist Libyan rebels who overthrew Muammar Gaddafi, a response to the slain leader's support for Sudan's own insurgencies, President Omar al-Bashir said on Wednesday.

Sudan has accused Gaddafi -- who was killed outside his hometown Sirte this month -- of supporting rebellions in its western Darfur region and in South Sudan, which declared independence in July.

Officials are now hoping for better relations with Libya, which shares a desert border with Sudan. Several Sudanese officials, including the foreign minister, have visited Libya since the new rulers captured the capital Tripoli in August.
"You all know the role Libya played in destabilising Sudan and Sudan's security," Bashir told an audience in the eastern city of Kassala.

"Your support, whether it was humanitarian support, or weapons or ammunition, reached Libyan revolutionaries in Misrata, in the Western Mountains, in Benghazi, in Kufra," Bashir said.

"The forces that entered Tripoli, part of their armament and their capabilities is 100 percent Sudanese." He did not give details about what weapons were provided or how many.

Sudan's military is battling armed revolts near the border with South Sudan and in Darfur. But Gaddafi's fall provided the government a boost by depriving Darfur rebels of a safe haven.

The region's most powerful rebel group, the Justice and Equality Movement, said in September its leader had returned to the strife-torn region after taking refuge in Libya.

Darfur's rebels took up arms against Khartoum in 2003, saying they had been politically and economically marginalised. Some 300,000 people have died in the conflict, according to the United Nations.

Libyan 'rebel' scum murdering former officials

Libya plunged back into the dark ages with islamist militants who know no mercy cleansing former government officials, supporters.



The former intelligence chief to Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi was seriously injured Tuesday while in the custody of the National Transitional Council, fueling concerns about the treatment of loyalists to the deposed government.

Abuzed Omar Dorda at the United Nations in 2002. (Bebeto Matthews — Associated Press)
The cause of Abuzed Omar Dorda’s injuries are quite obvious. A relative of Dorda, a one-time U.N. envoy, has appealed to U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and the Security Council president to intercede with Libyan authorities to protect the former official, saying he had been the target of an assassination attempt by his jailers. The U.N.’s special representative to Libya, Ian Martin, has instructed his staff to look into the claim.

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

LIBYA POST GADDAFI SPECIAL, PART III: Lybia: Human rights impostors used to spawn NATO’s fraudulent war

A collection of three articles giving you a more realistic picture as to what has really happened and what we should expect coming after the lynching and murder of Muammar al-Gaddafi.The third and probably the most important one is from voltaire. Who really started the war in Libya? And why? Read this! 


Lybia: Human rights impostors used to spawn NATO’s fraudulent war




The names change but the methods remain the same. In Iraq the imperial war facilitator was Ahmed Chalabi. In Libya he goes by the name of Soliman Bouchuiguir, a shadowy human rights figure whose baseless allegations against Gaddafi were endorsed by the UN system and its affiliated human rights agencies without the slightest verification. Each one in his own way, Nazemroaya and Teil shed light on a failed system of international law and justice, which has made itself complicit in NATO’s war crimes in Libya. 

LIBYA POST GADDAFI SPECIAL, PART II: Gaddafi Libyan atrocities faked, typical rights abuse of Targeted Individuals

A collection of three articles giving you a more realistic picture as to what has really happened and what we should expect coming after the lynching and murder of Muammar al-Gaddafi. The second one in the series is from here


Targeting individuals based on fraudulent claims is no new concept for hundreds of thousands of innocent people
Human rights impostors made Colonel Muamar Gaddafi a Targeted Individual using a typical tactic to gain public and official support to target him, that of claiming and spreading lies about the target including his or her committing crimes with no evidence, as happened to target the Libyan Colonel according to documents released this month by Voltaire. Those who began the sophisticated targeting of the late Colonel Gaddafi became ministers in Libya's new transitional government according to the new documentation, including recorded statements by the key official who created and spread the fraudulent story of Gaddafi atrocities that was adopted by mainstream media and most Americans, bypassing principles of justice and international law.

Soliman Bouchuiguir, former Libyan League for Human Rights president with ties to National Transitional Council, generated pack of lies to justify NATO’s war allegedly to protect Libyans. Credit: Voltaire.net

LIBYA POST GADDAFI SPECIAL, PART I: Nightmare in Libya: Thousands of Surface-to-Air Missiles Unaccounted For

A collection of three articles giving you a more realistic picture as to what has really happened and what we should expect coming after the lynching and murder of Muammar al-Gaddafi. The first one is from ABC.

The White House announced today it planned to expand a program to secure and destroy Libya's huge stockpile of dangerous surface-to-air missiles, following an ABC News report that large numbers of them continue to be stolen from unguarded military warehouses.

Currently the U.S. State Department has one official on the ground in Libya, as well as five contractors who specialize in "explosive ordinance disposal", all working with the rebel Transitional National Council to find the looted missiles, White House spokesperson Jay Carney told reporters.

"We expect to deploy additional personnel to assist the TNC as they expand efforts to secure conventional arms storage sites," Carney said. "We're obviously at a governmental level -- both State Department and at the U.N. and elsewhere -- working with the TNC on this."

ABC News reported today U.S. officials and security experts were concerned some of the thousands of heat-seeking missiles could easily end up in the hands of al Qaeda or other terrorists groups, creating a threat to commercial airliners.
"Matching up a terrorist with a shoulder-fired missile, that's our worst nightmare," said Sen. Barbara Boxer, D.-California, a member of the Senate's Commerce, Energy and Transportation Committee.
 
PHOTO: In the wake of the popular uprising that ousted Moammar Gadhafi from power after a 42-year reign in Libya, rebel forces overran countless government military installations.

Friday, October 7, 2011

Kim Han Sol, grandson of Kim Jong Il, planning to study at UWC in Bosnia

Kim Han Sol, from his facebook page
I saw the big news a couple days ago in my email box: a high school friend told me that, according to a local newspaper in Bosnia, Kim Han Sol will be attending UWC Mostar. I remember that this school was about to close some two years ago due to lack of funds, and only after operating for a year or so.

As far as I understand, Kim Han Sol may very well be the first ever DPRK student to attend a UWC (United World College). I wish him good luck, as moving to Bosnia from Macau may pose some challenges. On the other hand I'm quite sure he will have no problems fitting into the international environment. If Kim Han Sol gets the visa, he will likely stay in Bosnia for two years.

Just for the record, there is a UWC school in Shatin, Hong Kong, just next door to Macau where Han Sol has been living and studying. However, HK authorities will not issue a student visa to DPRK nationals.


ps.: I haven't given up on this site, it's just that I am in China where blogger is banned. have to use VPN. Also, I almost joined a Chinese group to the DPRK, but ended up not going in the last minute due to personal issues.