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IMF say: Looks Like We Need to Wake Up America… April 25, 2011

According to the IMF forecast, whoever is elected U.S. president next year — Obama? Mitt Romney? Donald Trump? — will be the last to preside over the world’s largest economy….

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‘Guantanamo files’: Dozens held were innocent…

Looks like the world has the right opinion about the USA!

The United States released dozens of so-called “high-risk” detainees from the Guantanamo Bay prison facility and held more than 150 innocent men for years, according to new reports about a trove of leaked military documents.

The more than 700 classified military files, part of a massive cache of secret documents leaked to the whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks, were made available to select US and European media outlets and made public on Sunday.

It was not clear if the media outlets published the documents with the consent of WikiLeaks – and it was not immediately possible to independently verify all of the leaked documents.

The files are reported to reveal new information about some of the men held at the US prison facility in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, including details of the more than 700 detainee interrogations and evidence the US had collected against the “terror” suspects.

The files – called Detainee Assessment Briefs or DABs – describe the security intelligence value of the detainees and whether they would be a threat to the US and its allies if released.

It was said thousands of times that we were holding innocent people in Guantanamo Bay…

Now you understand why the world distrusts America…

We lie, cheat, bribe and do not value life and the world sees it. But Americans don’t believe it…


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The Short But Very Long War… (Libya) April 22, 2011

Washington (CNN) — President Barack Obama has approved the use of armed Predator drones in Libya, Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Thursday.

Didn’t Gates say that this war would be over quick? Looks like we are in a long war now…

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Geithner Should Resign as Treasury Secretary… April 21, 2011


The biggest headline in the news so far this week has been S&P’s decision to downgrade their U.S. credit outlook to negative. After S&P made their announcement, almost everybody in the mainstream media proclaimed it to be a “wake up call” for the U.S. government, saying that if they don’t make a real effort to cut the budget deficit, a fiscal disaster awaits. Despite lowering the U.S. credit outlook to negative, S&P left the U.S. credit rating at AAA.

The real story in the media this week should be, how is it possible that the U.S. credit rating remains AAA? After all, AAA is the highest rating possible. Shouldn’t a AAA credit rating be reserved for countries with budget surpluses, low levels of debt, and low levels of price inflation? Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner was quick to say after S&P’s announcement that there is “no risk” of the U.S. losing its AAA rating. NIA respectfully asks Mr. Geithner to resign from office for making those comments. How could there be “no risk” of the world’s largest debtor nation losing its AAA rating?

As NIA first exposed in its critically acclaimed documentary ‘Meltup’, S&P, along with Moody’s, rated mortgage-backed securities AAA during the mortgage crisis that didn’t just decline in value, but went to zero. In our opinion, the credit ratings agencies have absolutely no credibility left and will be out of business in a few years. S&P and Moody’s still rate U.S. debt AAA because they fear the negative backlash that would come immediately if they lowered its rating, which would undoubtedly include calls from members of Congress to take away their licenses to be ratings agencies in this country.

NIA believes the U.S. credit rating should be junk. Including unfunded liabilities and the backing of Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac, the U.S. currently has a real national debt that is five times higher than our GDP. There is no chance of the U.S. ever paying back its debts without printing the money and creating hyperinflation. There is no chance of the U.S. ever balancing its budget, without eliminating the so-called untouchable entitlement programs like Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid.

Our nation has reached a point where it is paying out 90% of the money it raises each month from the sales of U.S. treasuries, just to pay back the holders of maturing U.S. treasuries their principle and interest earned. The U.S. needs to continuously sell larger amounts of new debt, just to stay afloat, so there is no conceivable way that any unbiased organization can possibly give the U.S. a credit rating of AAA. The only reason we haven’t defaulted on our debts is the Federal Reserve’s ability to create monetary inflation and the world’s willingness to hoard U.S. dollars due to its status as the world’s reserve currency.

Despite the euro-zone debt crisis with nations like Greece defaulting on their debt, over the past ten years, the U.S. dollar has fallen from being 70.7% of foreign exchange reserves down to 61.4%, while the Euro has risen from being 19.8% of foreign exchange reserves up to 26.3%. The other currency category, which includes currencies like the Canadian dollar and Australian dollar, has risen during the past decade from 1.2% to 4.4%. The world is clearly diversifying out of the U.S. dollar.

Not only is the demand for dollars declining as a percentage of foreign exchange reserves, but there are now calls for our largest creditor nation China to reduce their total foreign exchange reserve holdings. China’s foreign exchange reserves have increased by $200 billion this year to over $3 trillion and are mostly invested in U.S. dollars. Zhou Xiaochuan, governor of the People’s Bank of China, said this week that, “Foreign exchange reserves have exceeded our country’s rational demand, and too much accumulation has caused excessive liquidity in our markets, adding to the pressure of the central bank’s sterilization.” In other words, China is likely to begin selling their U.S. dollar reserves and accumulating real assets like gold and silver with this money. The biggest ever rally in precious metals is just around the corner, which means the U.S. dollar’s purchasing power is about to plummet.

NIA constantly receives emails asking us if Paul Ryan’s proposed budget were to be implemented instead of Obama’s, would the U.S. be able to prevent hyperinflation. The truth is, both Obama’s budget and Ryan’s budget would leave us with just about the same national debt five years from now. The constant battles between the Democrats supporting Obama’s budget and the Republicans supporting Ryan’s budget are simply being used to distract Americans from the real issue, the Federal Reserve’s monetization of our debt and the record $1.4 trillion in excess reserves that are currently parked at the Fed.

The Federal Reserve’s balance sheet has just reached a record $2.65 trillion. However, excess reserves parked at the Fed are now rising even faster than the Fed’s balance sheet. NIA believes that come later this year, the Federal Reserve is likely going to stop paying interest on excess reserves banks have parked at the Fed, in an effort to push this money into the economy. This high-powered money will multiply by as much as ten times as it circulates throughout the U.S. economy, increasing our money supply by $14 trillion. A rapid increase of our money supply by $14 trillion could potentially cause a run on the dollar, with the world rushing to dump their U.S. dollar reserves for just about any real asset they can get for them.

Inflation is beginning to spiral out of control even by the U.S. government’s artificially low calculations. The Bureau of Labor Statistics just reported that the consumer price index (CPI) rose in March by 2.68% over a year ago, compared to the February increase of 2.11% and the November increase of 1.1%. Year-over-year CPI increases have risen 144% since November as a direct result of the Fed’s destructive policies, yet the Fed continues to say that inflation is not a problem. Even though inflation is now way above the Fed’s informal inflation target of 1.5% to 2%, the Fed continues to ignore the CPI and only looks at core-CPI, which excludes food and energy and is mainly based off of rents. All gains in U.S. retail sales are now solely due to inflation and all U.S. economic growth is phony. Any temporary decline in the unemployment rate is only a result of the distortions caused by the Fed’s printing of money.

Gold has just surpassed $1,500 per ounce and silver has now broken $45 per ounce. These latest movements in gold and silver prices indicate that there is a major risk of hyperinflation breaking out as soon as the second half of 2011. Average U.S. gas prices are now $3.84 per gallon and are rapidly approaching the all time high of $4.12 per gallon from June of 2008. Unlike 2008, there are no leveraged up hedge funds buying oil futures contracts today. Oil prices are rising as a direct result of the Federal Reserve’s zero percent interest rates and quantitative easing. Unless the Federal Reserve acts now to dramatically raise interest rates, $5 per gallon gas is possible by the end of 2011.

When gas prices reach $5 per gallon, there won’t be a drop off in demand. It will only encourage the Federal Reserve to print more money so that Americans can afford $5 per gallon gas, which could push gas prices to $6 or $7 per gallon in 2012. Saudi Arabia is reducing oil production because they have to, their oil reserves have been overstated by 40% and they are past peak oil production. As bad as rising gas prices are for all Americans, they will be hurt by rising food prices even more. Inventories of gas are not as tight as food inventories, which are now at record lows for such agricultural commodities as corn. NIA has been warning about low agriculture inventories since its first documentary ‘Hyperinflation Nation’ and accurately predicted this past year’s record rise in agricultural commodity prices in its October 30th, 2009, article “U.S. Inflation to Appear Next in Food and Agriculture”.

NIA predicts the next major inflation crisis will be in college tuition prices. We are about to experience a record rise in student loan defaults as a result of rapidly rising food and gas prices. College tuitions are the one area of the U.S. economy, besides healthcare, that did not experience any decline during the financial crisis of 2008. Despite rapidly rising college tuition prices, the value of a college degree is declining at an even faster rate. NIA believes that by the year 2020, we will conservatively see 20% of American colleges and universities close its doors with enrollments in remaining colleges and universities declining by between 15% and 30%. NIA will expose the facts and truth about the upcoming American college education crisis in its upcoming documentary, ‘College Conspiracy’. We are almost done producing ‘College Conspiracy’ and will be releasing more information about the hour long movie in the days and weeks to come.

It is important to spread the word about NIA to as many people as possible, as quickly as possible, if you want America to survive hyperinflation. Please tell everybody you know to become members of NIA for free immediately at:

National Inflation Association | 96 Linwood Plaza #172 | Fort Lee, NJ 07024

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What Zimbabwe and America Have in Common…

With over $1.4 TRILLION in excess reserves, Bernanke never has to resort to QE style monetary operations ever again, to print money. If those excess reserves leak into the system, Bernanke has enough sitting there to make Zimbabwe look like a model of prudent money management. As per usual, Bernanke has most of the media and Fed watchers looking at the wrong card…

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Is this Reporter History after Obama interview… April 20, 2011


Obama gets talked to as a human and he does not like it…

Common Obama the pressure getting to you?

Keep an eye out for what happens to this reporter. Just keep an eye on it…

He should be a hero and give a gold star…

The president of the United States was not happy. Obama had been corrected (he lost Texas by 12 points, not “a few,” in 2008), he was accused of punishing the state for political reasons (he denied that the White House had any part in the decision not to award a space shuttle to Houston), and he was challenged with the most basic of political questions: Why are you so unpopular in Texas?

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Oh Boy! The Web Obama Has Weaved… April 19, 2011

News conference on US military campaign in Afghanistan
Pentagon probe clears US general of wrongdoing

The Pentagon has cleared of wrongdoing a US general sacked after the Rolling Stone magazine reported that he had spoken disrespectfully about top US officials. Earlier this week, a Pentagon probe found insufficient evidence that General Stanley McChrystal, until last June the top US commander in Afghanistan, had violated Defense Department conduct rules. “Not all of the events at issue occurred as reported in the article,” the document said. In response, Rolling Stone issued a statement saying that it stood by its story, which it called “accurate in every detail.” A true story or not, its author and the Rolling Stone executive director declined to be interviewed by Pentagon officials in a sign that the article may well be fabricated, our political commentator says.

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Ground War is a Coming in Libya…

(CNN) — The European Union is prepared to launch a military operation for humanitarian assistance in Libya if requested by the United Nations, a spokesman said Tuesday…

Starting to look a lot like Ground war to me…

Humanitarian – Bull Crap…

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Why We Don’t Care? We Kill and Kill…


At least 30 people were killed and wounded as security forces opened fire on anti-government protest in Syria’s third largest city of Homs overnight, Al Jazeera TV channel said Tuesday.

We care about Libya but all the rest just kill and kill and kill and kill…

The truth is that more have died in most other countries than Quaddafi began to kill in Libya…

Besides we the West have killed more civilians in Libya than Quaddafi has…

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So Obama Has Decided He Wants His War… (Or Did Hillary Decide?) April 15, 2011


US President Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Thursday that NATO members are “sharing the same goal, which is to see the end of the Gaddafi regime in Libya.”

Muammar Gaddafi must withdraw from the Libyan political scene, believe Presidents of the United States and France Barack Obama and Nicolas Sarkozy, as well as British Prime Minister David Cameron. Their joint article has been published in leading newspapers in the three countries.

According to the leaders, it is impossible to conceive the future of Libya in the power of one who tried to destroy his own people. NATO will pursue its operation in the Jamahiriya until Gaddafi leaves his post, the Presidents have announced. In their opinion, the international community should assist in the development of institutes of an open society in Libya.

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China’s foreign exchange reserves hit 3.04 trillion U.S. dollars… April 14, 2011

Foreign exchange reserves (also called Forex reserves) in a strict sense are only the foreign currency deposits held by central banks and monetary authorities…

Well here is a tidbit of info: China’s foreign exchange reserves hit 3.04 trillion U.S. dollars by the end of March, an increase of 24.4 percent year on year, China’s central bank said on Thursday…

America we are in trouble with a capital T…

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Isn’t This Kinda Like the Christmas Sales…


The United States President Barack Obama on Wednesday announced its long-term debt plan, setting a goal to cut 4 trillion U.S. dollars over the next 12 years…

The debt will increase by some stupid amount like “20 trillion” in 12 years but we will mark it down by 4 trillion to make you think you got a bargain…

That is how I see Christmas. They mark it up (retail) then give you a discount of 20% off retail…

But we seem to be that stupid as to believe…

How is that change going for you…

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Want to Know How we Know Fukushima is as bad as Chernobyl? April 13, 2011

Q&A: Is Fukushima as bad as Chernobyl? CNN

Because the Western press is telling us that it is all OK!

That is how. Just remember the opposite is the truth. The Western press does nothing but lie…

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This Will Make You Think…


Was Obama Stampeded Into War?

by Patrick J. Buchanan

“NATO is moving very slowly, allowing Gadhafi forces to advance,” said rebel leader Abdul Fattah Younis, as the Libyan army moved back to the outskirts of Ajdabiya, gateway city to Benghazi.

“NATO has become our problem.”

Younis is implying that if NATO does not stop Libyan soldiers from capturing Ajdabiya, the rebels may be defeated – and NATO will be responsible for that defeat.

And who is Abdul Fattah Younis?

Until six weeks ago, he held the rank of general and interior minister and was regarded as the No. 2 man in Moammar Gadhafi’s regime.

Yet his military assessment does not appear too far off.

Last week, Gadhafi’s forces were again on the offensive, after having been driven by U.S. air and missile strikes all the way back to his hometown of Sirte.

What gave the Libyan army its new lease on life?

The Americans handed off the war to NATO and moved to the sidelines, restricting U.S. forces to supporting roles.

As of today, however, it appears that if the U.S. military does not re-engage deeply and actively in this war, the Libyan uprising could go down to defeat. And we will be blamed.

How did Barack Obama get us into this box?

Last week, Sen. Jim Webb questioned Gen. Carter Ham, head of the U.S. Africa Command.

As neither the United States, nor its citizens, nor any U.S. ally had been attacked or imperiled, Webb asked, what was the justification for the U.S. attack on Libya, whose government, Gadhafi’s government, the State Department still recognizes as the legitimate government of Libya?

“To protect lives,” was Ham’s response.

Yet, as last week brought news of the slaughter of 1,000 civilians by gunfire and machete by troops loyal to Alassane Ouattara, the man we recognize as the legitimate president of the Ivory Coast, a question arises: Why was a real massacre in West Africa less a casus belli for us than an imagined massacre in North Africa?

Was Obama stampeded into war by hysterical talk of impending atrocities that had no basis in fact?

That is the issue raised by columnist Steve Chapman, that ought to be raised by a Congress that was treated almost contemptuously, when Obama launched a war without seeking its authorization.

On March 26, over a week after he ordered the strikes on Libya, hitting tanks, anti-aircraft, radar sites, troops and Gadhafi’s own compound in Tripoli, 600 miles away from Benghazi, Obama told the nation he had acted to prevent a “bloodbath” in Benghazi.

“We knew that if we waited one more day, Benghazi – a city nearly the size of Charlotte – could suffer a massacre that would have reverberated across the region and stained the conscience of the world.”

White House Middle East expert Dennis Ross reportedly told foreign policy experts: “We were looking at ‘Srebrenica on steroids’ – the real or imminent possibility that up to 100,000 people could be massacred, and everyone would blame us for it.”

A hundred thousand massacred! And our fault? But that is seven times the body count of Katyn, one of the Stalinist horrors of World War II. Was Benghazi truly about to realize the fate that befell Carthage at the hands of Scipio Africanus, at the close of the Third Punic War?

How did the White House come to believe in such a scenario?

In this low-scale war, the cities of Zwara, Ras Lanuf, Brega, and Ajdabiya have changed hands, some several times. Misrata, the only rebel-held city in the west, has been under siege for seven weeks.

Yet in none of these towns has anything like the massacre in the Ivory Coast taken place, let alone Srebrenica. The Guardian’s Saturday report read, “Fierce fighting in Ajdabiya saw at least eight people killed.”

Yemeni President Saleh’s security forces killed six times that many civilians just to break up one rally in his central square.

True, on March 17, Gadhafi said he would show “no mercy.” But as Chapman notes, he was referring to “traitors” who resisted him to the end. And Gadhafi added, “We have left the way open to them.”

“Escape. Let those who escape go forever.” Gadhafi went on to pledge that “whoever hands over his weapons, stays at home without any weapons, whatever he did previously, he will be pardoned, protected.”

Perhaps Gadhafi is lying.

But there is, as yet, no evidence of any such slaughter in any town his forces have captured. Nor do the paltry forces Gadhafi has mustered to recapture the east – Ajdabiya was attacked by several dozen Toyota trucks – seem capable of putting a city of 700,000 to the sword.

With the Libyan war now seemingly a stalemate, and pressure building for the United States to renew air and missile strikes, and train and equip rebel forces, Congress needs to learn how we got into this mess.

Was Obama stampeded into this war by the panic and hysteria of his advisers? Because, quite clearly, he did not think this thing through.

April 13, 2011

Patrick J. Buchanan [send him mail] is co-founder and editor of The American Conservative. He is also the author of seven books, including Where the Right Went Wrong, and A Republic Not An Empire. His latest book is Churchill, Hitler, and the Unnecessary War. See his website.

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Japan’s Reactors Have Gone Chernobyl… April 12, 2011

Japan’s nuclear watchdog has decided has raised the severity level of the crisis at its stricken nuclear power plant to 7 – the highest level and equal to the 1986 disaster at Chernobyl in the former Soviet Union.

Japan’s Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency, the country’s nuclear safety watchdog, raised the severity level of the nuclear radiation disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi plant to 7 from the current 5 on Tuedsay.

Japan is worse than we know…

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France Has Stripped a Few Gears in Their Heads… April 11, 2011

A new law came into effect in France, banning women from wearing full-face veils in public. The law produced quite a controversial effect and risks igniting social tension in the country.

­From today forward a new French law bans all women covering their faces in public. It is said to have been designed to make Muslim women integrate into society. Common people however feel the law has had the opposite effect: “My friends have simply stopped going out at all”, said a young woman…

This will not make things better, but it will make things worse…

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That Seems About Right According To What I See…

So says the New York Times, as of 2009 the richest 5 percent of all Americans had 63.5 percent of all the money in America.  Meanwhile, the bottom 80 percent had just 12.8 percent of all the money…

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End to the violence wrought by the US-imposed “war on drugs.” (Mexico) April 10, 2011


Yesterday, multitudes took to the streets in more than 40 Mexican cities – and in protests by Mexicans and their friends at consulates and embassies in Europe, North America and South America – to demand an end to the violence wrought by the US-imposed “war on drugs.”

What? You haven’t heard about this? Or if you have heard something about it, did you know that it is the biggest news story in the Mexican media, on the front page of virtually every daily newspaper in the country?

Did you know that the American media could careless…

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The Truth About Libya… April 8, 2011

The Truth About Libya
By Stephen Goodson

Colonel Muammar Gadaffi is frequently referred to in the media as a “mad dictator” and “bloody tyrant”, but do these allegations accord with the facts?

Libya consists of over 15O tribes, with the two main groups, the Meghabra living in Tripolitania in the west and the Wafallah living in Cyrenaica in the east. Previous attempts to unite these tribes by the Turkish (1855-1911) and ltalian {1911-43) colonial rulers failed and the country was split in two for administrative purposes.

Oil was discovered in Libya in 1959, but King ldris of the Senussi tribe allowed most of the oil profits to be siphoned into the coffers of the oil companies. The coup d’etat on 1 September 1969 led by Colonel Gadaffi had countrywide support. He subsequently married a woman from the royal Barqa tribe and adroitly unified the nation.

By retaining Libya’s oil wealth for the benefit of all its people, Gadaffi had created a socialist paradise. There is no unemployment, Libya has the highest GDP in .Africa, less than 5% of the population is classified as poor and it has fewer people living below the poverty datum line than for example in Holland. Life expectancy is 75 years and is the highest in Africa and I0% above the world average.

With the exception of the nomadic Bedouin and Tuareg tribes, most Libyan families possess a house and a car. There is free health care and education and not surprisingly Libya has a literacy rate of 82%. Last year Gadaffi distributed $500 to each man, woman and child (population 6.5 million).

Libya has a tolerable human rights record and stands at 61 on the International Incarceration Index, comparable with countries in central Europe (the lower the rating, the lower the standing – the USA occupies the no.1 spot!). There is hardly any crime and only rebels and traitors are dealt with harshly.

Anyone who has read Gadaffi’s little Green Book will realize that he is a thoughtful and enlightened leader. Libya has been accused of having committed numerous acts of terrorism in the past, but many of these have been perpetrated by foreign intelligence agencies as false flag operations – the Lockerbie bombing being a prime example.

The CIA and MI6 and their frontmen have been stoking up dissent in the east of the country for almost 30 years. Libya produces exceptionally high quality light crude oil and its production cost of $1 a barrel, compared to the current price of $115, is the lowest in the world.

Riba (usury) is not permitted. The Central bank of Libya is a wholly-owned by the Libyan Government and is run as a state bank, issuing all government loans free of interest. This is in contrast to the exploitative fractional reserve banking system of the West. The no-fly zone and the bombing of Libya have nothing to do with the protection of civilians. It is an act of war ­ a blatant and crude attempt by the oil corporations and international bankers to steal the wealth of Libya.

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We Brag About Killing and Disabling a Third of Libya’s Army…

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76,000 active personnel seems to be the lowest number that I can find on how many personnel they have in Libya’s armed forces. (I see higher numbers though.) I also understand that 40,000 extra are non active and can be called up…

If we have killed one third of them and for easy sake just use the 76,000 active personnel. That means we have killed:

25,000 people in the name of humanitarian help… (One third…)

These are men and women that have families like you and I. What because they are military it is OK to kill them. That is their country and they fight for their country. These families are now with out these guys or gals forever and they died because they are fighting against NATO (America) for Libya…

Western strikes have destroyed nearly a third of Libya’s military assets, and NATO is now making the defense of the besieged city of Misrata a priority, an alliance general said Tuesday. The bombing campaign has prompted Qaddafi to change tactics, moving his forces in light vehicles and using human shields to protect heavy artillery from airstrikes, said Brig. Gen. Mark van Uhm.

“We have taken out 30 percent of the military capacity of pro-Qaddafi forces,” van Uhm told reporters, citing an assessment by the Libya operation’s commander, Canadian Lt. Gen. Charles Bouchard. (Link)

Ok so it is 30% of the military capacity. But NATO proudly tells us that we have killed and maimed in the name of humanitarianism… (How do you think we took them out? In a card game…)

That means 30% of the tanks, aircraft, guns, heavy weapons and the humans that operate them. Anything that is considered military capacity…

Think seriously about it for a minute. Every tank blown up had men in it. Every military base had lots of men in them. We have killed thousands and thousands of Libyans…

You do not take out a tank and the men inside are miraculously not killed… You do not blow up a bunker and the men inside are safe and sound… You do not take out a barracks and the guys sleeping are OK because they – well are sleeping…

I thought we were on a humanitarian mission? No that would have been sitting down and talking this all out in the first few weeks like Qaddafi wanted to do… Like Chavez wanted to do… Like Russia wanted to do… Like China wanted to do…

This whole thing was “one day” from being over before the West interfered. There would have been a lot less dead by 10 fold…

Fact is no one has proof that Qaddafi killed very many people and by NATO’s standards the Rebels are not civilians they are military… (So they do not count right?)

The West is a sick world… (All because of OIL!)

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