By Brian E. Muhammad -Contributing Writer- THE FINAL CALL
Updated Mar 8, 2011 – 11:54:59 AM

Supporters of Libyan government demonstrate Mar. 8; current reports indicate that Gadhafi's forces are now retaking much of the country held by rebels supported by the West

( – A wave of revolts that engulfed countries in North Africa and the Middle East which deposed the long time presidents of Tunisia and Egypt has entered the Socialist People’s Libyan Arab Great Jamahiriya in the form of a civil war, threatening the leadership of Muammar Gadhafi who came to power amid a bloodless coup in 1969.

However the historic response of the Western world to Libya was notably hostile, wrought with vitriolic personal attacks against Col. Gadhafi and outward calls for assassination, military intervention and a failed assassination.

Political critics lambasted U.S. President Barack Obama for reacting too slow to the unfolding drama in Libya; albeit when he did react, it was different from the soft peddle diplomacy he used for Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak and King Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa of Bahrain—where America maintains a military base guarding oil routes through the Suez Canal. In comparison the Obama administration’s dealings with Col. Gadhafi were particularly harsh. In a March 3 press conference, President Obama addressed the situation in the North African country by calling on Col. Gadhafi to step down and exit Libya.

Map of Libya and Africa

“Muammar Gadhafi has lost the legitimacy to lead and he must leave; those who perpetrate violence against the Libyan people will be held accountable,” President Obama said.

To some observers, the president’s words were an eerie reminder of the language used by his predecessor, former President George W. Bush, in prelude to American aggression on Iraq. In March, 2003, Mr. Bush gave Saddam Hussein an ultimatum—vacate Iraq in two days or else.

“Saddam Hussein and his sons must leave Iraq within 48 hours. Their refusal to do so will result in military conflict, commenced at a time of our choosing,” Mr. Bush warned after laying out a case for invasion and subsequent occupation.

Some analysts disagree with President Obama’s message to the Libyan leader, saying it highlights a double standard within U.S. foreign policy.

U.S. VP Joe Biden (r) with Israeli government official

“Obama should focus on some other things, like the Israelis should leave the occupied territories; I think that would be a much better thing for President Obama to talk about,” said Bill Fletcher Jr., senior scholar for the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington, D.C.

“It would be much better for President Obama to talk about how the U.S. should not be spending money trying to destabilize the government of President Hugo Chavez in Venezuela,” he told The Final Call in a telephone interview.

Furthermore, Mr. Fletcher sees the Libyan conflict as a “family problem” that the United States and other countries should stay clear of. Because of America’s involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan he is “skeptical” about armed intervention in Libya other than humanitarian assistance, evacuations or perhaps air support for the rebel forces. But questions loom if the Libyan opposition are united on accepting outside military involvement.

General David Patraeus greets Pres. Barack Obama in Iraq; Patraeus is now commander of forces in Afghanistan

“I am not convinced that the U.S. is in a position to do it, given Iraq and Afghanistan,” Mr. Fletcher opined, adding, “I think it’s important that the U.S. and the E.U.(European Union) stay out of the situation; this is an internal Libyan matter regardless of whether someone happens to side with Gadhafi or against him,” he said.

Pundits debating how the U.S. government should react to the events in Libya are torn between financing and arming the rebels, imposing a “no fly zone” or waiting because they admittedly don’t know exactly who the opposition is. This dilemma punctures the U.S. verbal posture supporting the will of the Libyan people when their real concern appears to be about vital national interests like oil.

For now as deliberations continue, other avenues of pressure on Libya are being explored; Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is seeking to reopen the Lockerbie case— where an American passenger jet was bombed over Scotland in 1988, killing 270 people—with the intention of investigating and arresting more people and holding Muammar Gadhafi personally liable. Abdelbaset Ali el-Megrahi, a Libyan national was tried and convicted for the incident and later released in 2009 on compassionate grounds, suffering prostate cancer.

At the United Nations, Libya was assessed a temporary suspension from the UN Human Rights Council based on alleged rights abuses against protesters. The Geneva-based council is charged with strengthening the promotion and protection of human rights around the globe. The action was coupled with U.S. and UN Security Council sanctions on Col. Gadhafi, his family and some members of government that includes an arms embargo, a travel ban and asset freeze. The UN also agreed to refer the case to the International Criminal Court at The Hague to investigate and prosecute possible crimes against humanity. However countries like Russia and Venezuela cautioned that any propositions on the table such as the U.S./Britishled idea for a “no fly zone” over Libya should not be arbitrarily implemented.

Muammar Gadhafi with Hugo Chavez, President of Venezuela

“A decision such as this one could only take place after a genuine investigation,” advised Venezuelan Ambassador Jorge Valero.

Meanwhile an AP report said Libya has accepted a proposal from Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez to organize an International Mediation group of friendly nations to negotiate an end to the civil war.

The idea won support in Caracas meeting of nations belonging to the Venezuela-led Bolivarian Alternative bloc (ALBA). AP said Cuba, Ecuador, Bolivia, Nicaragua, Dominica, St. Vincent and the Grenadines gave commitments of support for the group.

There is general agreement that the regional uprisings stem from legitimate quests by the people for social and political reform, making their cause palpable for global support. It is also clear that the regimes that fell were longtime U.S. allies who perpetrated wrongs with at least the tacit, if not direct, approval and support from America—including millions in financial and military assistance.

However, in Libya’s case, reporting filtered through corporate media from CNN, Al- Jazeera and Fox News manifested “support for the people of Libya,” while constantly leveling often unsubstantiated charges at its leader.

“They are trying to do this whole low intensive propaganda warfare against the citizens of the United States, especially the negative assault against Gadhafi ,” said Dedon Kimathi, a political analyst with the All African Peoples’ Revolutionary Party- Guinea Conakry.

“We have to be careful of the devil’s manipulation in media to have the world that watch and listen to U.S. media as their sole source of information to create a hysteric climate that we think Gadhafi is the next Hitler,” Mr. Kimathi said.

Revolutionary African leaders Patrice Lumumba and Kwame Nkrumah

Though defined for years as a rogue regime by American and British media and political figures, Mr. Gadhafi has a different reputation among liberation movements and in much of Africa. Millions see Libya’s leader as a powerful defender of the weak and oppressed. “We have to put it in historical context that Libya and the Jamahiriya revolution has been the most revolutionary African country since the CIA overthrow of Osagyefo Kwame Nkrumah (of Ghana), in terms of Pan-Africanism,” said Mr. Kimathi. Mr. Kimathi gave credit to Mr. Gadhafi for his political work around reviving the vision for a United States of Africa and transforming the former Organization of African Unity into the current African Union (AU). He also pointed out the “political and concrete material” support the Libyan leader gave to liberation movements and progressive organizations across the African continent and the world, including in the United States.

Palestinian youth join demonstration in Dearborn supporting Egyptian uprising

Libya supported the Irish Republican Army, South Africa’s anti-apartheid movements—the African National Congress and Pan African Congress—the freedom fighters in Mozambique and the Palestinian liberation struggle to name a few causes.

Libya has also been a friend to the Nation of Islam and other progressive groups within the U.S. In 1971 Mr. Gadhafi loaned the Nation of Islam under the leadership of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad $3 million to purchase a Greek Orthodox Church in Chicago.

Mr. Muhammad converted the edifice into a mosque which is the national headquarters for the Nation of Islam. In the rebuilding efforts of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan in the 1980s, Mr. Gadhafi gave a $5 million loan— which he then forgave—to aid an N.O.I. economic initiative called P.O.W.E.R. (People Organized and Working for Economic Rebirth).

King Idris of Libya, 1966

Mr. Kimathi pointed out that the Western destabilization campaign against Libya has been ongoing since the beginning of Mr. Gadhafi ’s leadership. As a visionary Mr. Gadhafi transformed the oil rich country into a popular people’s democracy, eradicating policies driven by the multinational corporations who exploited Libya’s resources. When he rose to eminence 41 years ago leading the Al-Fateh revolution against King Idriss—a minion of western imperialists—the young revolutionary nationalized the economy for the benefit and development of the Libyan people.

Then he evicted the Americans and the British by shutting down the Wheelus military base in Tripoli which he condemned as a remnant of European colonialism.

On the international political stage where good men often die young, Mr. Gadhafi has withstood the test of time, becoming a major power broker in Europe and in Africa. “Brother Gadhafi ” as he is known is in a small group of leaders—which include former Cuban leader Fidel Castro— who have the distinction of withstanding their imperialistic foes. Mr. Gadhafi was personanon-grata for every U.S. administration from President Richard Nixon to President Bill Clinton—until the warming of relations at the end of the George W. Bush administration.

USS Ponce, named after Spanish invader of what became Puerto Rico Ponce de Leon

USS Ponce insignia

As of now the battle is between old internal enemies that escalated into a civil war to bring Mr. Gadhafi down. However The Wall Street Journal online noted U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates announced he had ordered to the Mediterranean the USS Ponce and the USS Kearsarge, an amphibious assault vessel designed to carry infantrymen and troop-transport helicopters. The report said the ships currently have 800 Marines, in addition to 400 U.S.-based Marines who will be airlifted to meet the ships. The ships would be ready to perform evacuations and humanitarian relief, he said. The fear is, however, that with war hawks and Libya haters in Congress and elsewhere demanding arming Libyans opposed to Col. Gadhafi that U.S. troops could end up on the ground. Not everyone is happy with that prospect.

“I think (U.S.) military intervention would be terrible and we should oppose it,” said Mr. Fletcher.

Related news:

Al Qathafi Seeking UN, AU Probe into Libyan Unrest (Tripoli Post, 03-06-2011)

Libya Appoints New Ambassador to UN (Tripoli Post, 03-05-2011)

Libya Govt Accepts Chavez Mediation Plan, But Not the Rebels, Reports say (Tripoli Post, 03-04-2011)

Who is Muammar Gaddafi? (SHOAH, 03-04-2011)

Massive Disinformation War against Libya for US/West Military Intervention? [The 4th Media] (03-01-2011)

Libya rejects Al Jazeera report it “bombed protesters”, use of mercenaries (Al Jazeera, 02-22-2011)

mercenaries (Al Jazeera, 02-22-2011)

Fidel Catro: NATO’s plan is to occupy Libya (Granma, 02-21-2011)

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    Press Release 23 March, 2011.


    Once again, the cruel and ugly face of aggression and race-purification campaign against the Libyan people has been accelerated by UN-NATO forces deployment of clandestine forces of evil, including British SAS and SBS, American Special Operations’ Units and same barbaric white mercenaries from anti-African, anti-Black Gulf states of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Oman and Israel to back terrorist al-qaida campaign against the Libyan people.

    While the barbaric and indiscriminate shelling of cities and towns across Libya continues with no end in sight, UN-NATO forces have been supplying heavy weapons to al-qaida terrorists attacking the people of Libya.

    UN-NATO ongoing crusade against the Libyan people is tragic, heart-rending and unfortunate. The Hugo Chavez International Foundation for Peace, Friendship and Solidarity (HCI-FPFS) is greatly alarmed and shocked, because UN-NATO attacks and brutal invasion of Libya are well-planned and well-orchestrated with the attendant massacre of civilians and non-military targets were unprovoked and have been planned for a long time. We are anguished and appalled because UN-NATO have resorted to the use of banned weapons, including napalm bombs, depleted uranium and defoliants in their heinous campaign against the Libyan people.

    Unabashedly, the US, UK, French and Israeli intelligence services are continuing to build-up their “criminal war propaganda” insisting that the unilateral ceasefire declaration made by the competent authorities in Tripoli is not holding, and that the Libyan Government continues to attack al-qaida rebel terrorists. We find it utterly unacceptable, and a gigantic deception to justify the premeditated terror campaign by the UN-NATO forces against the Libyan people, because of the oil beneath their feet.

    It is crystal clear, and the whole world knows it that there is no Libyan plans on the skies of Libya and there is no such movement to suggest that Libyan forces are attacking terrorist al-qaida rebel positions, contrary to claims made by the US, UK, France and Israel. The United Nations and NATO need to explain to the whole world why they need to use sophisticated jet bombers, sub-marines, cruisse missiles and war ships to enforce the so-called “No-Fly-Zone” resolution on Libya.

    It is the most irony of fate that Libyans are being brutally massacred by UN-NATO forces, while on one raises a voice and call for action to protect and defend the Palestinian people against brutal occupation.

    The Hugo Chavez International Foundation for Peace, Friendship and Solidarity (HCI-FPFS), supports the Government of Libya in its determination to destroy all acts of terrorism and terrorists on the Libyan soil. Holding to the noble ideals of the Hugo Chavez International Foundation for Peace, Friendship and Solidarity (HCI-FPFS), we condemn all forms and practices of terrorism, and confirm the need to support efforts by the Libyan Government to defend its citizens and the African continent against the evils of terrorist al-qaida.

    The Hugo Chavez International Foundation for Peace, Friendship and Solidarity (HCI-FPFS) is of the belief that Africans, irregardless of Western coercion and blackmail are morally obligated to stand beside Libya and renounce aggression and violations of their sovereign rights. Africans must uphold the rule of law and the UN Charter, and not legitimize the invasion and aggression of Libya.

    Africans must speak with one voice and condemn the lies, deception, hypocrisy and double standards that define international diplomacy today. Africans must demand better for their countries and their peoples. Africans must advocate for freedom and dignity of blacks in the diaspora.

    Yesterday was Somalia, today is Libya, and tomorrow it will be another African country for destruction.

    The rule of law must prevail over the law of the jungle!


    Alimamy Bakarr Sankoh

    President of the Hugo Chavez International Foundation for Peace, Friendship and Solidarity (HCI-FPFS)

    For and on behalf of the Hugo Chavez International Foundation for Peace, Friendship and Solidarity (HCI-FPFS

    “We must be prudent. We know what our political line is: We don’t support invasions, or massacres, or anything like that no matter who does it. A campaign of lies is being spun together regarding Libya. The U.S. government is behind the campaign to remove Qadhafi.”
    -President Hugo Chávez in a speech
    to university graduates in Venezuela
    March 2, 2011
    21 March, 2011.
    Subject: “UN-NATO Forces of Terrorism massacre civilians in Libya”.
    Long before he became President Barack Obama, the then senator was quoted as saying in the Senate on December 20, 2007 that “The President (of America) does not have power under the Constitution to unilaterally authorize a military attack in a situation that does not involve stopping an actual or imminent threat to the nation.”
    Suddenly Obama, leading the coalition of the willing has gone to do exactly what he said was an illegal act by declaring an all out war on a government without seeking the approval of Congress. As we rightly pointed out earlier that the war will begin exactly on the 8th anniversary of the attack on Iraq by George Bush, Jr so it was. And in that first night of madness, more that 120 tomahawk missiles were fired on Libya and according to official sources each missile costs nearly $600,000. Total cost on day one for Cruise missiles alone: $67 million at a time, tent cities have appeared across America because the country ‘does not have enough money to keep people alive and in decent, dignified conditions – but always enough to wage war
    The U.S. and its allies have therefore embarked on another holocaust campaign and regime change operation. Before they started their attacks on the people of Libya, they admitted that there would be civilians causalities but also claimed they were acting to save these civilians which they are killing today en mass.
    Hours after the attacks, sources in Libya have reported that three civilian medical facilities – two hospitals and a medical clinic were bombarded. These are the Al-Tajura Hospital and the Saladin Hospital in Ain Zara. The clinic that was bombed was also located in the vicinity of Tripoli, the Libyan capital. Not only were these civilian structures, but they were also all far away from the combat zone.
    How can the UN-NATO alliance justify the killing of over three hundred civilians and wounding more in two days of indiscriminate bombing of Libyan cities and towns? How can this be justified at a time when the whole world has come to condemn the gruesome attacks against Africa, Libya and Libyan people?
    The Hugo Chavez Foundation for Peace, Friendship and Solidarity (HCI-FPFS) is convinced that the ongoing aggression and massacre of civilians in Libya by UN-NATO forces of terrorism are acts that are no longer practice in our civilized world. We categorically condemn UN-NATO anti-African, anti-Libyan genocide campaign that targets the integrity of Africa by undermining its sovereignty, and rupturing its unity and peaceful co-existence.
    We of the Hugo Chavez Foundation for Peace, Friendship and Solidarity (HCI-FPFS) find it interesting that these same coalition partners who through their various media told the world that there was a popular uprising against the Libyan political leadership now has to bring in Tomahawk and Cruise missiles to help sustain the ‘popular uprising’. It is becoming clear to the world that once more we have been taken for a ride through the manipulation of the United Nations system which agreed to an act which when subjected to logical and critical thinking falls flat on its face and is therefore clearly illegal and criminal act.
    We are watching the response from Tripoli as the patriotic citizens have come out to support the political leadership and condemn the unjustified attacks and clear acts of aggression launched against their country, Libya.
    For once the Arab League is beginning to see its folly in calling for the so called ‘no-fly zone’ which has been translated to mean an all out war zone. What it forgot was working with the Devil has its consequences which must be prepared to bear most especially when these messengers of death are professional liars who have on countless occasions in the past 20 years manipulated the media and lied to the whole world to create and cause wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and elsewhere where the land is rich in mineral resources especially gold and oil.
    Added to that is the involvement of the cut-throats called al-Qaeda whose policy is that every black person found in Libya is a ‘mercenary’ recruited to fight the so called bazooka wielding protesters when in actual fact these are genuine Libyan born Africans or genuine expatriate workers engaged in the oilfields and allied professions or medical doctors and teachers. So apart from the attacks against civilian facilities, a war of genocide and extermination is quietly being waged against Africans over which the world is silent.
    The winner of the ‘Nobel Peace prize, Obama launched his liberation of the good people of Libya with his own shock-and-awe bombing campaign appropriately on the eighth anniversary of Bush’s illegal invasion of Iraq. This tyrannical intervention is so naked, so brazen in its hubris that whatever shred of goodwill America had left is completely gone. America is officially the most murderous, anti-democratic, terrorist nation the world has ever known.
    Interestingly, on the very same day of this unconstitutional act of war, the US reintroduced the National Service “Draft” bill that will allow more American citizens to be drafted and sent to this new and fourth theatre of war to be slaughtered and sacrificed to the gods of greed and add their names to the more than over 4,400 servicemen with over 32,000 injured who have died in Iraq. The world is finding out too late what a “no fly zone” means to “the coalition of the willing.”
    We are however happy that the African Union is finding its voice and has called for an immediate end to the act of brutal aggression and impunity against the people of Libya while China and Russia have called this belligerency primitive while to the Venezuelan leader, Hugo Chavez, this is simply an act of madness and we agree totally with these condemnations.
    For those Arab countries like Qatar who have decided to join this act of race purification and genocide, they must be sure of one thing: the NATO agenda is not against Libya alone, it is a plot meant to remove all leaders – whether they join in removing the Libyan political leadership or not – and these sheikhs and their families who have misruled the Middle East and did the America and NATO bidding are on their way out as a new wave of American trained puppets will be brought to replace them.
    The plan is to extend this madness to Iran, Latin and South America but this devilish plot shall fail and that will mark the first stage of the collapse of the evil American empire.
    Libya will survive, God willing!

    Alimamy Bakarr Sankoh
    President of the Hugo Chavez Foundation for Peace, Friendship and Solidarity (HCI-FPFS)
    For and on behalf of the Hugo Chavez Foundation for Peace, Friendship and Solidarity (HCI-FPFS)

  3. Alimamy Bakarr Sankoh says:

    Public Statement 19 March, 2011.
    Subject: “WHY LIBYA”
    At the onset of America’s invasion of Afghanistan, former US vice President Dick Cheney was quoted as saying the Third World War has already began. Many at that time felt it was the usual American political talk but events subsequently have proved that the US agenda is to remove any national leader who is not ready to handover his natural resources to the Americans.
    A cursory look at the list of countries that have either been invaded or puppets placed in power to do the American will is getting longer by the day. From Iraq to Afghanistan, Egypt and Tunisia, the imperialists have now brought the war to the African continent and Libya is the first stop in long campaign that will ensure that patriotic leaders are removed from power through any means possible.
    Now it is Colonel Muammar Qaddafi’s Libya that has been invaded by so-called Western democracies who are using surrogate fighters recruited from such infamous and murderous groups as al-qaida in Afghanistan, and those detained in Guantanamo Bay and the eastern European jails to come and kill our African brothers and sisters.
    This determination to either kill the Libyan leader or split the country into two is being done under the thin veneer of a purported UN Security Council resolution that has imposed a no-fly zone on the country. What these so-called teachers and defenders of democracy have however forgotten is that the Security Council is not authorized, according to the UN Charter, to intervene in the internal affairs of any country, and any attempt to do so using any kind of reason will be the legalization of injustice and aggression which will undoubtedly have grave consequences not only for the Middle East but Europe and Africa as a whole.
    The so-called no fly zone is a very hypocritical position taken by the world body. This shocking attitude which was promoted by the Arab League to ‘protect the protestors’ from government military attacks is at variance with the Saudi Army’s role in Bahrain which has been ruled by the al-Khalifa dynasty for more than 200 years. In that country, peaceful protests are being broken up through the use of brutal and naked force by the ‘police’ sent by another home of usurper tyranny, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), with Saudi troops providing the muscle to commit this infamy with impunity .
    These acts of genocide have not attracted the attention of the world body that is consumed with an anti-Qaddafi agenda.
    In Libya, an armed insurrection against a legitimate government is on. In all logical situations, a sitting government is to be aided to beat back an invading force but in this case, the opposite is the case as the world is bent on ending the legitimacy of the Libyan leader.
    From Washington we have heard Barak Obama thunder that Libya should hand over the territories it has seized from the hired goons. This statement looked at critically means Libya must be divided into two, one for the imperialists and the other for Libyans, an unheard of case in the world.
    The hypocrisy and double standards being exhibited is shocking. U.S. President Obama is warning Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi that his forces must stop attacking innocent civilians or face military action. And that military action is what the world will soon see as the B-52 bombers thunder from their bases loaded with weapons of destruction aimed at Libyans will soon be on their way from their bases in Italy and the various aircraft carriers scattered in the Mediterranean to cause mayhem in Libya.

    NATO countries have begun moving planes and other military assets closer to Libya to enforce the so-called U.N. Security Council resolution.
    The bombing of Libya will begin on or nearly to the day, of the eighth anniversary of the beginning of the destruction of Iraq, 20th March. Libya too will be destroyed – its schools, education system, water, infrastructure, hospitals, municipal buildings and electricity. There will be numerous “tragic mistakes”, “collateral damage”, mothers, fathers, children, babies, grandparents, blind and deaf schools and on and on bombed. And the wonders of the Roman remains and earlier, largely enduring and revered in all history’s turmoils as Iraq, the nation’s history – and humanity’s, again as in Iraq and in Afghanistan, will be gone, for ever.

    The infrastructure will be destroyed. The embargo will remain in place, thus rebuilding will be impossible. Britain, France and the US will decide the country needs “stabilising”, “help with reconstruction.” They will move in, secure the oil installations and oil fields, the Libyan people will be an incidental inconvenience and quickly become “the enemy”, “insurgents”, be shot, imprisoned, tortured, abused – and a US friendly puppet “government” will be installed.

    The invaders will award their companies rebuilding contracts, the money – likely taken from Libya’s frozen assets without accounting – will vanish and the country will remain largely in ruins.

    And the loudest cheerleaders for this, as in Iraq, will be running round TV and radio stations in the UK, Europe and the US, then returning to their safe apartments and their UK/US/Europe paid tenures, in the knowledge that no bombs will be dropping on them. Their children will not be shaking uncontrollably and soiling themselves with terror at the sound of approaching planes. The media, as usual will trumpet how these murderous gangs from the Western world are good for the Libyans as their actions are meant to bring democracy, and free Libyans from a ‘bloodthirsty tyrant’, from the “new Hitler” or the “Butcher of Bengazi, as they have already started calling him.
    With time the truth will be known but by then Libya will be broken and its people, fleeing, displaced, distraught will be sent back to the stone age while diseases long forgotten will rear their ugly head. Deformed babies will be born as they and their mothers are exposed to the dum-dum and bunker bursting shells manufactured from depleted uranium.

    The most shocking aspect of this is the silence of individual African governments and the African Union in general over the invasion of a sister nation who is also member of the AU. It was criminal on the part of Nigeria, Gabon and most notably South Africa to have voted along with the likes of France, Great Britain and the US to impose the no-fly zone on Libya.
    So soon South Africa has forgotten that at the height of the anti-apartheid struggle these countries that it has joined today to destabilize Libya were in cahoots with the apartheid regime to deny Africans the right to self-determination. It has also forgotten that Libya was one of the few countries that devoted its resources to the South African liberation struggle just to ensure that the obnoxious white supremacist regime was done away with. The thanks Qaddafi has received from Jacob Zuma is that the dogs of war must be let loose on the people of Libya so that Washington again holds sway over that country.
    The bottom line to all these is that there is a racist agenda afoot and African leaders cannot see it. Ban Ki Moon has never shown any love to Africans since his days as South Korea’s foreign minister. By pushing through this racist agenda, he is just doing what he knows best – Africans must be enslaved again and one way to start this is to replace the patriotic leaders with puppets.
    Having succeeded so far, nothing will stop Washington and the dogs of war from invading other African countries if Africans do not stand up and speak with one voice against this 21st re-colonisation of the continent.
    Intelligence reports at our disposal suggest that there is a grand agenda in place to re-conquer the world and impose puppet leaders. From Libya, the next target is Syria, then Algeria and eventually the Islamic Republic of Iran whose resources the Americans and Zionist government of Israel have always coveted since the dawn of time.
    Having achieved the regime change agenda in the Middle East, the next target will be the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela whose oil Hugo Chavez has ensured will benefit only his citizens instead of some so-called defenders of democracy and good governance sitting in London, New York, Paris and Washington to be followed by the old foe – Cuba. These will be followed by the invasion of North Korea, Ecuador, Bolivia and Eritrea among others in quick succession.
    What lovers of democracy, freedom and justice however have always asked: When will NATO enforce the various UN resolutions on Israel so that the Palestinians, owners of the land can also have a homeland? When will NATO force Israel to lift the siege on the West Bank which is a huge concentration camp being operated by the bloodthirsty Zionist regime in the Middle East?
    While we await the final word from the African Union, we urge all Africans, wherever they are to picket their governments to make a statement on the impending invasion of Libya. This is the time for Africans to show that they are ready to face the future with a renewed strength and confidence that they cannot be pushed around anymore. Enough is enough
    Long live Libya,
    Long live Brother Muammar Qaddafi,
    Long live the Great Al-Fateh Revolution


    Alimamy Bakarr SANKOH
    National Committee member’
    African Unification Front (AUF).

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