05/15/2011

NATO 'protect' civilians with terror weapons

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Israeli Luftwaffe

Many innocent civilians in Afghanistan, Pakistan an Libya are killed or wounded by so called drones. The drone is an unmanned aircraft designed by Israel.   The Israelis are denied entry into Afghanistan, but nevertheless, Israel provide ‘security’ for the coalition in Afghanistan. Israeli drones are used by Canada, France, Australia and Germany in Afghanistan. Today, Israeli specialists are on the air base at Ein Shemer for training the flight of “Herons” repainted in the colors of Germany.  Many of Israeli military products are standard NATO-compatible.

Israel Aerospace Industries made an unmanned aerial vehicle that can reach Iran. 
The 4.5-ton Heron TP, dubbed the Eitan, which is Hebrew for "strong," is 79 feet long. It has a wingspan of 86 feet - about the size of a Boeing 737 airliner - and stay aloft for more than 24 hours at high altitude.

The US military is working to develop drones capable of taking off from US Navy aircraft carriers based in the Pacific. Analysts say the primary goal will be to confront China.

The drone is the result of the development work on the "pilotless airplane" ( V1 and V2) that Hitler authorised in June 1942. Of more than 10,000 V-1 launched, 7488 reached England, 3957 were destroyed and 3531 reached London. More than six thousand civilians were killed and eighteen thousand were wounded. The 1150 V-2 that landed in London killed 2,742 civilians and wounded 6467. The total property damage was 23,000 houses totally destroyed and 100,000 damaged while the RAF lost 490 aircraft.

United Nations and NATO 'protect' civilians with terror weapons

Israeli Luftwaffe

Many innocent civilians in Afghanistan, Pakistan an Libya are killed by so called drones. The drone is an unmanned aircraft designed by Israel.   The Israelis are denied entry into Afghanistan, but nevertheless, Israel provide ‘security’ for the coalition in Afghanistan. Israeli drones are used by Canada, France, Australia and Germany in Afghanistan. Today, Israeli specialists are on the air base at Ein Shemer for training the flight of “Herons” repainted in the colors of Germany.

The idea of the drone is partly based on the V-1 and V-2 rocket that Germany used to bomb London. In total, the V-1 attacks caused 22,892 casualties (almost entirely civilians).  Of more than 10,000 V-1 launched, 7488 reached England, 3957 were destroyed and only 3531 reached London. More than six thousand civilians were killed and eighteen thousand were wounded. The 1150 V-2 that landed in London killed 2,742 civilians and wounded 6467. The total property damage was 23,000 houses totally destroyed and 100,000 damaged while the RAF lost 490 aircraft.

Photo: German V1

05/14/2011

Victims of NATO bombings of Afghanistan

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"The single thing that we have done wrong and we are striving extremely hard to improve on, is killing innocent civilians," Brig. Richard E. Nugee, the chief spokesman for NATO's International Security Assistance Force, said.

NATO bombs now innocent civilians in Pakistan and Libya.

05/02/2011

The African Union does not need NATO bombings

28.4.2011 – The African Union (AU) called on NATO to stop targeting Libyan officials in their air raids, after NATO forces on Monday bombarded an office of Libyan Leader Muammer Gaddafi in the capital Tripoli.

http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/world/2011-04/28/content_124...

04/14/2011

Secret Torture prisons in Afghanistan... Secret Torture prisons in Belgium...

A new kind of democracy ?

Bagram and Beyond: New Revelations About Secret US Torture Prisons in Afghanistan

9.4.11

This is the fifth article in “Bagram Week” here at Andy Worthington, with seven articles in total exploring what is happening at the main US prison in Afghanistan through reports, analyses of review boards, and the voices of the prisoners themselves, and ongoing updates to the definitive annotated Bagram prisoner list.


03/30/2011

Bruxelles: Manifestation 'pour la paix en Libye'

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NOUS NE PARTICIPONS PAS AU MANIFESTATION 'POUR LA PAIX EN LIBYE'

Nous n'aimons pas le slogan 'Ni Khadafi, Ni l'OTAN' parce que la campagne médiatique avec le diabolisation de Khadafi était justement l'excuse de l'OTAN pour un soi-disant no-fly zone et une intervention militaire. 
C'était la même chose en Iraq, Yougoslavie et Afghanistan (et bientôt en Iran). 

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N'oubliez pas:

- En 1986, les États-Unis ont lancé des frappes aériennes sur la Libye.
Au moins 100 personnes sont mortes après que les avions américains ont bombardé des cibles dans la capitale libyenne, Tripoli, et dans la région de Benghazi. 
http://news.bbc.co.uk/onthisday/hi/dates/stories/april/15/newsid_3975000/3975455.stm

- La 'Libyan Charity Foundation' de Saif al-Islam, fils du colonel Mouammar Kadhafi, a organisé en Juin 2010, un navire avec une aide à Gaza. Le navire a été bloqué par Israël, la Grèce et l'Egypte. 
La Grèce est membre de l'OTAN. 
La Grèce et l'Egypte sont étroitement lié aux États-Unis et Israël. l'Egypte travaillait avec Israël à la construction du mur autour de la bande de Gaza et le gouvernement égyptien travaillait dans le programme 'anti-terroriste' du CIA qui est bien connu pour les enlèvements et la torture des activistes musulmans. 

- Tout le monde diabolise Khadafi. Au même temps Hillary Clinton était bienvenue en Egypte. Mais on cache que les États-Unis bloquent toutes les résolutions de l'ONU critique d'Israël et qu'ils sont directement responsables pour les bombardements sur Gaza.

03/12/2011

War propaganda in the Iraqi no-fly zones

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In the Iraqi no-fly zones, the Coalition (U.S., England, NATO,) broadcasted the usual Arabic music and news, and messages aimed at dividing the Iraqi people and military from Saddam Hussein. One message, broadcast from a United States Air Force EC-130E Commando Solo aircraft flying over Iraq said, “Saddam has built palace after palace for himself and has purchased a fleet of luxury cars all at the expense of the Iraqi people. This money would be much better suited to build libraries and schools. This money would have gone a long way to provide better food and medicine for the people of Iraq. The amount of money Saddam spends on himself in one day would be more than enough to feed a family for a year".

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The Coalition promised 'democracy'...

Baghdad, February 25, 2011 - At least 19 people were killed in Iraq on Friday as tens of thousands defied an official curfew to join a nationwide "Day of Rage," echoing protests that have roiled the Middle East and North Africa since January.
Despite pleas by the government and Shiite religious leaders for Iraqis to stay home, demonstrators gathered by the hundreds and thousands from Basra in the south to Mosul and Kirkuk in the north.
Protesters expressed anger and rage at local leaders as well as at Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, storming provincial government offices in several cities and calling for more jobs, electricity and clean water, better pensions and medical care.
Security forces used tear gas, water cannons, sound bombs and at times live bullets to disperse the crowds. Fatalities were reported in Mosul, Fallujah, Tikrit and a town near Kirkuk, when security forces opened fire on demonstrators who were surrounding--or in some cases storming--government buildings. There were also clashes in Ramadi.
In the southern province of Basra, about 10,000 demonstrators forced the resignation of the provincial governor. In Fallujah, protesters forced the resignation of the entire city council.
In Baghdad, where Maliki imposed a curfew that banned cars and even bicycles from the streets, people walked, often many miles, to reach the city's Tahrir Square. Several thousand had gathered by early afternoon.
Surrounded by hundreds of police, soldiers and rooftop snipers, with military helicopters buzzing overhead, protesters waved Iraqi flags and signs reading "Bring the Light Back" (a reference to the lack of electricity), "No to Corruption!" and "I'm a Peaceful Man."
A spokesman for the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad downplayed the protest-related violence and the impact of the curfew, saying that Iraq's security forces "generally have not used force against peaceful protesters."


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03/10/2011

No-flight zone over Afghanistan

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March 10, 2011 - Three influential United States senators from both political parties called for the United States to consider carving out a no-flight zone in Afghanistan to prevent the NATO troops from massacring the Afghan rebels.  They warn also about the Afghan and Pakistani citizens who are victims of the bombings.   The senators react hence to the increasing call for a no-flight zone over Libya.

The New York Times