The Humanitarian War – Julien Teil – Must See

THIS IS A VERY IMPORTANT documentary which exposes how the allegations made against Gaddafi and the Libyan army came from unreliable sources with vested interests in making such allegations. Made by my brother Julien Teil who was stuck inside the Rixos with me, PLEASE WATCH AND SHARE FAR AND WIDE – Lizzie Phelan

 

http://www.laguerrehumanitaire.fr/english


Voltaire Network | 17 October 2011

by Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya

The names change but the methods remain the same. In Iraq the imperial war facilitator was Ahmed Chalabi. In Libya he goes by the name of Soliman Bouchuiguir, a shadowy human rights figure whose baseless allegations against Gaddafi were endorsed by the UN system and its affiliated human rights agencies without the slightest verification. Each one in his own way, Nazemroaya and Teil shed light on a failed system of international law and justice, which has made itself complicit in NATO’s war crimes in Libya.
Soliman Bouchuiguir, former president of the Libyan League for Human Rights with symbiotic ties to the National Transitional Council, generated the pack of lies that justified NATO’s war allegedly to protect the Libyan population. He is currently the new Libyan ambassador to Switzerland.


The war against Libya is built on fraud. The United Nations Security Council passed two resolutions against Libya on the basis of unproven claims, specifically that Colonel Muammar Qaddafi was killing his own people in Benghazi. The claim in its exact form was that Qaddafi had ordered Libyan forces to kill 6,000 people in Benghazi. These claims were widely disseminated, but always vaguely explained. It was on the basis of this claim that Libya was referred to the U.N. Security Council at U.N Headquarters in New York City and kicked out of the U.N. Human Rights Council in Geneva.

False claims about African mercenary armies in Libya and about jet attacks on civilians were also used in a broad media campaign against Libya. These two claims have been sidelined and have become more and more murky. The massacre claims, however, were used in a legal, diplomatic, and military framework to justify NATO’s war on the Libyans.

Using Human Rights as a Pretext for War: The LLHR and its Unproven Claims

One of the main sources for the claim that Qaddafi was killing his own people is the Libyan League for Human Rights (LLHR). The LLHR was actually pivotal to getting the U.N. involved through its specific claims in Geneva. On February 21, 2011 the LLHR got the 70 other non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to send letters to President Obama, E.U. High Representative Catherine Ashton, and the U.N. Secretary-General Ban-ki Moon demanding international action against Libya invoking the “Responsibility to Protect” doctrine. Only 25 members of this coalition actually assert that they are human rights groups.

The letter is as follows:

We, the undersigned non-governmental, human rights, and humanitarian organizations, urge you to mobilize the United Nations and the international community and take immediate action to halt the mass atrocities now being perpetrated by the Libyan government against its own people. The inexcusable silence cannot continue.

As you know, in the past several days, Colonel Moammar Gadhafi’s forces are estimated to have deliberately killed hundreds of peaceful protesters and innocent bystanders across the country. In the city of Benghazi alone, one doctor reported seeing at least 200 dead bodies. Witnesses report that a mixture of special commandos, foreign mercenaries and regime loyalists have attacked demonstrators with knives, assault rifles and heavy-caliber weapons.

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http://www.voltairenet.org/Lybia-Human-rights-impostors-used

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2 Responses to The Humanitarian War – Julien Teil – Must See

  1. Pharohl says:

    I heard someone say that Libya was one of the fastest developing countries in Africa, had one of the highest literacy rates, and no homeless people. The invasion still baffles me.

  2. I was in Tripoli in January 2011. It was my first time in the country. I had initially hesitated to go there because of founded claims of some human rights abuses of Gaddafi’s regime. The capital was a huge site for hundreds of millions $ projects. Skycrapers were everywhere. Many hotels of world class status. Of course there were signs that everything was not rosy, particularly in terms of urban planning. But comparatively, Libya was better than many developing countries. It is sad now that NATO has destroyed what Lybians where building in the midst of human imperfections found everywhere where humans are.

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