What Does the ICC Stand For? The Imperialist Crime Cover-Up

Arrest Warrant for Moamar Qadhafi By Diana Johnstone ~ Global Research, June 03, 2011 Last May 16, Luis Moreno Ocampo, chief prosecutor at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague, officially sought an arrest warrant for Libyan leader Moammer Kadhafi for “crimes against humanity”. Also accused were the leader’s son Seif al-Islam Kadhafi and Libyan intelligence…

The Destruction of Libya, the Destabilization of a Nation. US-NATO Crimes against Humanity

By Prof. Henry Francis B. Espiritu The late Col. Muammar Gaddafi, hailed as the “Great Leader” by the Libyan people during his incumbency, was murdered by Chad, Somali and Sudanese mercenaries in collusion with NATO and US invading forces on October 19, 2011. Gaddafi’s Libya, two years before he was ousted and assassinated was considered…

Hillary’s Failed War: Libya Warns of More Air Strikes with Egypt against ISIL ~ LEITH FADEL

Libya’s internationally recognized premier threatened new air strikes with Egypt against ISIL terrorist group in his country, warning Friday that the ‘jihadists’ were poised to widen their presence there. Abdullah al-Thani was referring to February 16 air strikes on the ISIL stronghold of Derna after the group released a video showing the beheading of 21…

Freedom Rider: Media Silence on Libya ~ US-NATO Installed Islamic State Libya

Freedom Rider: Media Silence on Libya by BAR editor and senior columnist Margaret Kimberley “They used the dubious doctrine of Responsibility to Protect, R2P, as a means of getting away with murder.” Despite the all-encompassing belief in democracy and a free press, Americans have very little democracy left and perhaps the worst media in the…

US Air Raids: The Unlearned Lesson of Libya

October 8, 2014 (Yuri Zinin – NEO) The speaker of the Libyan House of Representatives Akila Saleh Issa at the UN General Assembly demanded the international community to provide assistance in enhancing security in this troubled country. He stated that the rebuilding of a combat capable army in Libya is a matter of utmost importance,…

Chaos in Libya: How the US-NATO War Destabilized North Africa and Now Threatens Europe By Timothy Alexander Guzman

Libya has been steadily deteriorating politically and economically since the US-NATO invasion of 2011. The South African based News24 reported that a battle had erupted between rebel forces that ousted President Muammar Gaddafi and Islamist militants in the eastern city of Benghazi. Khalifa Haftar (who helped the West remove Gaddafi) and his ‘National Army’ were…

Neo-Colonial Regime in Libya Faces War Over Oil Exports

Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire, speaking on RT worldwide satellite television news on the current situation in Libya. Azikiwe is a frequent guest of several international media outlets., a photo by Pan-African News Wire File Photos on Flickr. Neo-Colonial Regime in Libya Faces War Over Oil Exports Saadi Gaddafi extradited from Niger cannot get…

French National Killed in Benghazi, Libya

Libyans at the scene of an attack on December 22, 2013 after a guerrilla rammed an explosives-laden vehicle into a security checkpoint outside Benghazi., a photo by Pan-African News Wire File Photos on Flickr. France demands justice as national shot dead in Libya Benghazi — Gunmen shot dead a French engineer in the eastern Libyan city of…

Thinking for Ourselves About Venezuela

by Netfa Freeman The U.S. thinks it has found a formula for regime change, beginning with destabilization from within. Venezuela’s democratically elected government has long been a target. “Over the last decade or so we have seen this strategy attempted in Zimbabwe, Libya, Iran, and Syria.” “The Obama Administration and capitalist news media want everyone…

American Raids in Libya & Somalia Expose Military Lawlessness

Bio Michael Ratner is President Emeritus of the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) in New York and Chair of the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights in Berlin. He is currently a legal adviser to Wikileaks and Julian Assange. He and CCR brought the first case challenging the Guantanamo detentions and continue in their…

Gold, Oil, Africa and Why the West Wants Gadhafi Dead

BY BRIAN E. MUHAMMAD -CONTRIBUTING WRITER- | LAST UPDATED: JUN 7, 2011 – 7:59:09 PM Muammar Gadhafi’s decision to pursue gold standard and reject dollars for oil payments may have sealed his fate Colonel Muammar Gadhafi Photo: MGN Online Attacking Col. Gadhafi can be understood in the context of America and Europe fighting for their survival,…

Black America More Pro-War Than Ever

Black America More Pro-War Than Ever by BAR executive editor Glen Ford During President Obama’s run-up to war with Syria, “African Americans were, for the first time in polling history, the most bellicose major ethnicity in the United States.” How could such a political role-reversal come to pass? “The progressive, peace-seeking African American worldview is…

Unrest Spreads in Occupied Libya’s Oil Industry

Unrest Spreads in Occupied Libya’s Oil Industry Zueitina oil terminal located near Benghazi, Libya has been the scene of labor unrest. The industry in Libya is no facing a downturn in production after the imperialist overthrow of Gaddafi., a photo by Pan-African News Wire File Photos on Flickr. Libya oil unrest stores up future economic…

Retired Colonel Shot Dead in Eastern Libya

Retired Colonel Shot Dead in Eastern Libya Clashes continue in eastern Libya between the rebel army and rebel militias. The militias who are allied with the puppet General National Congress are also being attacked., a photo by Pan-African News Wire File Photos on Flickr. Retired colonel shot dead in eastern city in Libya, latest assassination…

United States Troops Operating in Libya

United States Troops Operating in Libya     Commandant Gen. Jim Amos, visits the U.S. embassy compound in Tripoli, Libya, on June 16, 2013. He is speaking with a member of 4th Force Reconnaissance Company., a photo by Pan-African News Wire File Photos on Flickr. U.S. Marines reach transition point in Libya mission JULY 12TH,…

Libyans Displaced Refuse to Leave Tunisia Camp

Libyans Displaced Refuse to Leave Tunisia Camp A refugee camp burned down in Tunisia that housed African migrant workers who have been forced to leave Libya due to the actions of counter-revolutionary rebels backed-up by the United States and NATO. Many refugees have been killed and injured., a photo by Pan-African News Wire File Photos…

Qatar Sends Libya’s Arms to Syria via Turkey

TEHRAN (FNA)- Libyan rebels are sending their rebellion arms to militants in Syria with the help of Qatar, a report revealed. As the United States and its western allies move toward providing lethal aid to militants in Syria, “secretive transfers give insight into an unregistered arms pipeline that is difficult to monitor or control,” the…

Black History ~ Gil Scott-Heron

Black History by Gil Scott-Heron I was wondering about our yesterdays, and starting digging through the rubble and to say, at least somebody went through a hell of a lot of trouble to make sure that when we looked things up we wouldn’t fair too well and that we would come up with totally unreliable portraits…

France Calls for Spreading Military Actions Into Southern Libya

France Calls for Spreading Military Actions Into Southern Libya Niger workers forced to return home after their jobs were destroyed by the imperialist war against Libya. Millions of jobs were eradicated by the imperialists and their puppet NTC rebel forces., a photo by Pan-African News Wire File Photos on Flickr. France calls for action against…

Security Situation Worsens in Counter-revolutionary Libya

Security Situation Worsens in Counter-revolutionary Libya   Greek embassy in Libya near where bombs exploded on May 18, 2013. The security situation since the imperialist-led overthrow of the Gaddafi government has worsened., a photo by Pan-African News Wire File Photos on Flickr. Bomb explosion near three embassies in Libya SATURDAY, MAY 18, 2013 03:13 PM…

Protesters cripple Libya oil terminal

Protesters cripple Libya oil terminal   Libyan Deputy Oil Minister Omar Shakmak says protestors have forced a major oil terminal to halt its operations for the second time in six months in eastern part of the North African country.   According to a statement released by Shakmak, dozens demonstrated at Zueitina oil terminal located some…