Reports have been made available exposing the role of NATO’s in Libya.
The importance of these publications is particularly pronounced when examining the Western government’s rhetoric of democracy, human rights, and freedom.
Is it perhaps time we begin recognizing the objective facts and evidence that tell a story vastly differing from those who are attempting to write our generation’s world history on their terms, on their words, and exclusive perspective.
The aim here is to provide alternative perspectives on foreign policies often dictated by Western governments and carried out by institutions such as NATO, and to create a context in which the underlying assumptions of the role of these institutions and governments can be questioned and their mandates measured against the findings posted below.
With so many reports on civilian deaths abroad, deaths of human beings just like us, why have there been no measures of investigation on these human rights violations? How can we dismiss these reports having experienced throughout this last decades that war on terror or oppression are often tactics proven to further the neoliberal imperialist agenda of our own governments?
If one life is as valuable as the rest at home or abroad, do we not owe it to ourselves to take the time to examine the actions taken by our governments in our interests, our security? As people abroad are killed in the name of freedom and democracy on our tax dollars, should we not question how our silence and apathy are often the most dangerous weapons of mass destruction abroad?
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"It is with great disappointment that I receive the news from foreign media publications and Libyan sources that our President now has 12,000 U.S. troops stationed in Malta and they are about to make their descent into Libya."
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The Gaddafi Mercenaries and the Division of Africa
How Amnesty International spread rumors and fuelled media disinformation during NATO attacks on Libya in 2011. For more information visit: http://www.thehuma/…
The myth of ‘African mercenaries’ in Libya has been used throughout the conflict to demonise the Libyan state, justify NATO intervention and to cover up the relentless racist rebel campaign of mass detention, lynchings and atrocities directed at black Libyans and migrant workers. Amnesty International have stated several times that the accusation of ‘African mercenaries’ being used in Libya against rebel forces is baseless. Despite no evidence the lie persists in the western media and the phrase ‘alleged mercenary’ has been continually used in an attempt to give context to the racist atrocities committed by rebel forces against black Libyans and migrant workers.
NATO in August openly admitted to the use of mercenaries in the war against Libya. However the hypocrisy of the western media should be noted when they refer to NATO mercenaries as ‘private security’.
The story of mercenaries in Libya
The myth of ‘African mercenaries’ in Libya has been used throughout the conflict to demonise the Libyan state, justify NATO intervention and to cover up the relentless racist rebel campaign of …