Category Archives: Gaddafi

One Year Ago — Former DST Director Yves Bonnet: “Libya NOT responsible for Lockerbie!”

“Let me take, for example, the Lockerbie case and also the case of the Ténéré [UTA] that were blamed on Libya when all Intelligence Services know that these attacks were committed by Ahmed Jibril under the inspiration and funding from … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Hillary’s Email Reveals Truth about Libya Bombing: Oil and Golden Dinar

“We were dragged along by a French enthusiasm to intervene, and the mission then moved from protecting people in Benghazi, who arguably were not at the kind of threat that was then being presented… Indeed, on the basis of the … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Clinton’s Emails: Moussa Koussa and The “Lockerbie Bomber”

“The leaders of the Magariha were angered when Qaddafi allowed tribal member Abdelbaset Ali al- Megrahi to take the blame for the Lockerbie bombing in an international tribunal in 2001. The Libyan leader believed that he had resolved this situation … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — US Lockerbie & MH17 Lawyer: “President Vladimir Putin must be held responsible.”

“Some think MH17 must have been a terrible, inevitable mistake of war. I do not think that is the truth. The facts scream intent and motive. It was a calculated military strike as willful as the killing of one more … Continue reading

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Libya without Gaddafi: After 5 Years of Turmoil, a new US Policy?

“There is some concern that ISIS could use Libya as a springboard to go into Europe.” Michael Maloof — Former Pentagon Official More than five years ago, Libya’s ex-leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was killed by the rebels who pinpointed him … Continue reading

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Phone transcripts between Blair and Gaddafi (25 February 2011)

“The evidence that the Committee has taken so far in this inquiry suggests that western policy makers were rather less perceptive than Gaddafi about the risks of intervention for both the Libyan people and the western interests.” Crispin Blunt MP … Continue reading

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Lockerbie — Pan Am 103 : The Truth at last?

“After writing about the “ravers” who regularly turn up at lectures to claim that President Bush/the CIA/the Pentagon/Mossad etc perpetrated the crimes against humanity of 11 September, I received a letter this week from Marion Irvine, who feared that members … Continue reading

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Trump ‘Special Envoy’ plans to partition Libya into three

“This is like a litmus test of how much you know about Libya. If the only thing you know is that it was cut into three, then it shows you are clueless about the situation in Libya.” Mattia Toaldo — … Continue reading

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When the Washington Post rewrites History

“President Ronald Reagan didn’t seek congressional approval when he bombed Libya in retaliation for a bombing of a Pan Am flight over Lockerbie, Scotland.” Amber Phillips — Washington Post In a piece published by the Washington Post on April 7 … Continue reading

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Blast From The Past — Reagan and the 1986 “Libyan Terrorism” Disinformation Op

“There is a wonderful book that you might read… And the title of it is from a quote from Winston Churchill: ‘In time of war, the truth is so precious, it must be attended by a bodyguard of lies.’ ” … Continue reading

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