Libyan Rebels Listed by US State Department as Terrorists

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  1. poncho

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    NATO leaders are guilty under US code of providing material support to terrorists.

    "Whoever knowingly provides material support or resources to a foreign terrorist organization, or attempts or conspires to do so, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than 15 years, or both, and, if the death of any person results, shall be imprisoned for any term of years or for life. To violate this paragraph, a person must have knowledge that the organization is a designated terrorist organization (as defined in subsection (g)(6)), that the organization has engaged or engages in terrorist activity (as defined in section 212(a)(3)(B) of the Immigration and Nationality Act), or that the organization has engaged or engages in terrorism (as defined in section 140(d)(2) of the Foreign Relations Authorization Act, Fiscal Years 1988 and 1989)." -USC ยง 2339B. Providing material support or resources to designated foreign terrorist organizations

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    Of course.

    I believe it has been well know that elements of al qaeda were fighting with the rebels.

    Nobody seems to care, least of all the president.
     
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    What does a terrorist nation do that the US doesn't do?
     
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    Openly do a un-provoked first strike attack on innocent citizens.
     
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    Like our attack on Iraq and Afghanistan?

    Anyway we know no one since Jesus is innocent. Some don't get caught.
     
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    Your accusation that the US did an attack on innocent citizens in Iraq and Afghanistan is a blatant false accusation. I would agree that the attack on Iraq was not necessary and should not have happened and the then President is totally to blame for what took place as well as all the consequences that have followed because of it, but even that was not against innocent citizens as was the twin tower act of cowardness.
     
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    No, we prefer to do as much provoking as possible before we openly attack our "enemies". We may inadvertently , imprison, torture, kill, disfigure and or poison a few thousand innocent citizens here and there but it's all for a good cause.

    It took thirty years of provocation before we openly attacked Libya. And look at our great success . . . Click Here.


    So, what do you think about arming and providing air cover for Al Qeada fighters in Libya while dropping bombs on them in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen and Somalia?

    And yes this has all been well documented, in case you're wondering. Hint, read the article.
     
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    From the article . . .​

    US policy makers, working directly for Wall Street and London corporate-financier interests, clearly have no qualms over using or supporting terrorism, with perception management being their only concern. We see this diabolical methodology, precisely articulated in "Which Path to Persia?" now being executed across Libya verbatim. It looks as if there was not enough time to get LIFG off various international lists of terrorist organizations as Brookings had hoped to do with MEK, and instead a concerted effort by the corporate-media and NATO members is being made to downplay the reality that the US, British, French and Qatari governments are openly sponsoring terrorism. Look for similar narratives as seen in Libya to be used in both Syria and Iran - with militant terrorists portrayed as hapless protesters being oppressed by a brutal government, before a full-scale military insurrection followed by a US led military intervention.

    From another article . . .​

    Quite obviously Libya's rebels are turning out to be "less than heroic," and groups of them as morally bankrupt and depraved on record as Qaddafi was accused of being without a shred of evidence. To attempt to convince the public that democracy and freedom can spring from an army employing extra-judicial executions, indiscriminate military force, and the use of child-soldiers is a dubious proposition indeed. To suggest that American or European blood and money be spent to intervene on behalf of armed militants Qaddafi seems more than justified defending himself and his people against, is in fact, entirely criminal.​

    Now, the US has granted 25 million USD for "non-lethal" aid to bolster forces admittedly engaged in war crimes, with further aid being currently worked out including additional arms shipments. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton continues to insist that the rebel movement was "a spontaneous response within the context of the broader Arab spring," a blatant, willful lie. These rebels have been funded and supported by the United States and United Kingdom in particular for nearly 30 years. The "Arab Spring" itself is now admittedly the work of US funded opposition that had been groomed for at least 3 years leading up to the regional upheaval.​

    In the face of such evidence mounting from both critics of the ongoing war and now the corporate media in an attempt to spin it, even the casual reader must call into question the official narrative given regarding the increasingly bizarre war in Libya, and the seemingly unhinged minds leading the people of the West deeper into it. ​


    Do you suppose the Al Qeada terrorist rebels will thank us for all our support and handing them Libya and all the military munitions (and other even deadlier weapons?) that go along with it and be our buddies in democracy and turn into peaceful productive members of the new international economic order now? ​

    Does this make us safer? Is this protecting our freedom? Clearly crimes have been taking place so where are the investigations and prosecutions? ​
     
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