EEUU dice "No intentamos apoderarnos de Libia"
Crítica al artículo:
He estado leyendo atentamente este artículo y me parece increíble como los gobiernos (EEUU y sus seguidores) y los grandes medios de comunicación van llegando al plan que crearon hace ya muchos años.
- Es difícil comprender como el gobierno italiano puede apoyar a criminales reconocidos como Abdel Hakim Bilhaj y muchos otros de las milicias en Trípoli.
- Es muy difícil comprender como un país supuestamente democrático como Italia pueda reconocer a los grupos de Trípoli que gobiernan mediante las armas y el terror como un “gobierno”.
- Italia y el artículo a referencia sitúan a los grupos armados de Trípoli que controlan mediante el terror, al mismo nivel que la Casa de los Representantes de Tubruk formada por libios pacíficos.
- ¿Cómo se puede pretender que los libios puedan llegar a ningún acuerdo con los agresores que les han torturado, robado, asesinado, bombardeado, violado, su país y sus casas y sus familias y que intentan controlar por las armas?
- Los libios que defienden solo su libertad y soberanía, son considerados como que “bloquean el progreso político”. ¡Increíble! ¿Estamos ante el mundo al revés o es solo propaganda de guerra?.
Parece increíble que un país (EEUU) puede hacer una agresión tan terrible a Libia violando todos los derechos humanos y después decir: “No intentamos apoderarnos de Libia”.
Creo que lo que EEUU quería de Libia:
- Destruir la Jamahiriyah libia
- Matar a Ghadafi y a todos los líderes libios capaces de reconstruir la Jamahiriyah.
- Destruir la Unión Africana y toda posibilidad de que recupere su esplendor.
- Eliminar el oro (robar el oro) que iba a ser el respaldo del DINAR DE ORO AFRICANO. Y detener toda posibilidad de que se pueda recuperar.
Una vez que han destruido Libia y alcanzado sus objetivos, entonces EEUU dice: “Nosotros no queremos apoderarnos de Libia”…y deberían añadir “ así que se lo damos a los franceses y a los italianos como botín de guerra por habernos apoyado.
Me siento totalmente impactada frente a tamaña perversión y ni siquiera un solo medio de importancia occidental ha tenido una sola palabra de crítica o de análisis.
24 de Abril 2017
I have been reading slowly this article and I feel its unbelievable how the governments (EEUU and their supporters)and media moves to the point they have been planning years ago.
1. Its hard to understand how Italy is supporting criminals like Abdel Hakim Bilhaj and other from Tripoli militias
2. Italy recognize Tripoli militias and people controlling by force with weapons as a "government"
3. Italy and the article put Tripoli criminals controlling by force at the same level as the House of Representatives in Tubruk leaded by Libyans.
4. How can Libyans have any agreement with the aggressors who have tortured, stolen, bombed, raped,..their country and families and try to control with weapons?
5. Libyans who defend their freedom and sovereignty are considered blocking political progress!!!! Unbelivable. Is it the world upside down or only war propaganda?
5. Trump is lying because EEUU have been controlling ISIS and mercenaries who are in Libya.
Its unbelievable how a country (EEUU) can make so big aggression to Libya violating all human rights and then say: "I am not trying to put my hands on Libya".
I will say that EEUU what really wanted from Libia was:
1. Delete Jamahiriyah State
2. Kill Gadafi and all leaders of Jamahiriyah who can rebuild it.
3. Delete African Unión and all the possibilities to be rebuilded
4. Empty the Gold (Steal the gold) that was supposed to support the GOLD DINNAR. And stop any possibility to be replaced.
5. Kill or imprison all Libyans who have any leadership in the country and can rebuild Jamahiriyah.
Ones they have delete Libya and reached their goals, then EEUU say: "We don’t want to put our hands on Libya"...and should add..."so we give it to France and Italy as a prime to the countries who help the invasion".
I am shocked by such perverse behavior without consequences and no response from mainstream media.
24 de Abril 2017
What do you make out of this statement?
Libya's rival governments agree path to peace: Reports
Rome agreement could see Libya's warring sides meet to broker peace after more than a year of conflict and chaos on the ground
Sirte in Libya (Reuters)
Monday 24 April 2017 09:36 UTC
Libya's warring rival governments have reached an agreement to end months of fighting in a deal brokered by Italy, according to reports from all sides.
The Tobruk-based House of Representatives and the Tripoli-based, UN-backed government of national unity announced they had reached a deal that Tripoli said would "stop the bleeding as well as [ensure] the return of displaced persons".
The House of Representatives has refused to recognise the Tripoli government's authority since its inception in 2015, leading to conflict between the two government's military backers and ongoing chaos in the country.
Few details were released about what had been agreed in Rome, however, and the compromise will be tested this week when the two sides return to negotiations in the Italian capital.
Nevertheless, the initial agreement, presided over by the Italian foreign minister, Angelina Alfano, was described as having "an atmosphere of friendliness and openness".
A statement released by the unity government, led by Abdulrahman Swelhi, said there would be further consultations between the two sides this week to reach a consensus and "stop the bleeding as well as [ensure] the return of displaced persons”.
For more than a year, the House of Representatives, led by Ageela Saleh, had refused to approve a government of national accord based in Tripoli, until changes are made to the Libyan Political Agreement (LPA).
Political deadlock between both sides had led to a military standoff between forces in the west and east of the country.
The State Council said in a note: “We agreed to reach peaceful and fair solutions to outstanding issues,” a reference to the military and political role in any unity government of the military commander of forces in the east, Khalifa Haftar.
Middle East Eye earlier this year reported that Russia had intended to secretly back Haftar, who leads the Libyan National Army in the east of the country.
Saleh, who has been president of the HoR since August 2014, has been subject to US and EU sanctions since 2016 for stalling and blocking political progress.
Donald Trump, who met the Italian prime minister, Paolo Gentiloni, this week, does not intend to adopt a hands-on role in Libya, inadvertently ceding the future of Libya to north African countries, the EU, Russia, Egypt and some Gulf states.
Libya currently has three political centres of power.
The UN-backed Presidential Council (PC) based in Tripoli and headed by Fayaz al-Sarraj. The PC presides over the Government of National Accord (GNA), which has yet to be endorsed by the Tobruk-based House of Representatives (HoR).
The second is the rival Government of National Salvation, which controls what is left of the General National Congress that was elected in 2012. It is based in Tripoli and headed by Prime Minister Khalifa Ghwell. The Government of National Salvation does not control “relevant institutions” in the capital, according to the European Council on Foreign relations.
The third is made up of the various authorities based in the east of the country, namely the HoR and al-Bayda-based government of Abdullah al-Thinni. While the HoR was a part of the Libyan Political Agreement (LPA), which was backed by the UN, it has so far declined to support the Presidential Council. HoR President Aguila Saleh Issa told MEE that al-Sarraj's government is not legal, calling it a “sham”