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Time to start prosecuting, and if that includes Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, so be it.

Everyone familiar with the Clintons' bloody history in Africa will not be equally surprised. However, she is a cold blooded killer. I don't think anyone should be in doubt about that now. As is her entourage of Madeleine Albright, Bill Richardson and now Susan Rice.

What the US through NATO has done, is put in power Islamists, including members of Al-Qaeda, and monarchists. There is a genocide brewing against Black Libyans, which in turn could spark off anti-Arab genocides across North and East Africa, even anti-Muslim genocides in Northern West Africa. It could very easily expand into a genocide between 'Arabs' and Berbers across Northwest Africa.

In this chaos, it is very easy to steal the trillions of dollars of the Libyan people's oil, let alone the tens of billions of dollars of the Zimbabwean people's diamonds (and we all know who mines diamonds on this planet - Anglo-American De Beers, which has been around since it was founded by Cecil Rhodes, and funded by NM Rothschild. The same dynasty that now owns The Economist, Reuters, as well as Rio Tinto, etc. It was The Economist that funded the hitjob called "Mugabe And The White African", according to Judy Woodruff on PBS.

In America, it are the Rockefeller trillionairs who own Chevron, Newsweek, JP Morgan Chase, and founded/fund the Council on Foreign Relations (of which Clinton and Cheney are members, Cheney being a former director of the CFR) etc. If you want to understand the news, follow the money, right up to the trillionairs.

My guess is that Rwanda and Burundi were a testing ground for this kind of scorched earth colonialism. Remember that Paul Kagame was trained in the USA. He was funded and supported by the US and UK, which is how he could so quickly build up a military force. Kagame shot down the plane carrying the presidents of Rwanda and Burundi, using a US made surface to air missile, which set off the genocide. Kagame is protected from prosecution at the ICC by the USA, as the now former chief prosecutor found out when she was fired after she refused to back down (read Carla del Ponte's memoir, Madame Prosecutor).

On the unfortunate Col. Muammar Ghadaffi, he was executed by being stabbed in the ass and bleeding to death. (See footage below. Whether the footage is accurate or not, it is out there, and people are going to believe it.)

This is not the start of democracy in Libya, but it is the end of the Libyan state, and the prosperity the Libyan people enjoyed because they received a good share if not all of their oil money. That money will go to any of the Total and Chevron, BP, Royal Dutch Shell companies now.

The only solution for the planet is that:

a) Local Government has primacy over all government - the principle of subsidiarity and

b) All natural resources are sold to the State at an uninflated cost only, and sold by the state at international market prices only.

Money is then redistributed to local government, which will be in charge of basic services - education, healthcare, policing, utilities and administration.

If this is implemented, all the wars in Africa, as well as Asia and South America are going to disappear. And NATO will not be vying to invade any countries in Africa. This model of a globalized and centralized world economy must and will disappear with it.

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Hillary Clinton: "We came, we saw, he died."
An unfortunate allusion to the Roman Emperor Julius Caesar's "We came, we saw, we conquered" or "Veni, Vidi, Vici". What an apt choice to describe globalisation as carried out by the trillionairs, in the creation of their new Global Roman Empire. The 4th Reich, if you wish.

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Shocking Video - Gaddafi Sodomized By ZATO Supported Rebels
In slowmotion.

Qaddafi Set-Up in Assassination Plot by NATO & UN: Wayne Madsen & Alex Jones Report 1/2

Wayne Madsen states that Hillary Clinton will have committed a war crime if she had Ghadaffi's convoy bombed when (and if) it tried to surrender.


Madeleine Albright - The deaths of 500,000 Iraqi children were worth it

Richardson: 500,000 dead kids OK in pursuit of U.S. policy

Susan Rice on the US rationale for invading countries.
From The Rachel Maddow Show:


Dick Cheney on his CFR directorship

Meet the real boss: Rockefeller & Co.
David Rockefeller singing the praises of Dick Cheney. Cheney's Haliburton is a big client of the Rockefeller's Chevron, where Condi Rice was a Vice President.

It was Dick Cheney who was in charge on 9/11, the day NORAD 'failed' to intercept 4 slow flying jumbo jet airliners.

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Jul. 31, 2007 4:01 pm


Ghadaffi's son missing fingers, teeth.

Clearly the NATO backed NTC 'government' is covering up the fact that they have no jurisdiction in most of the country, by charging Saif al-Islama Gadaffi with misdemeanors that do not allow extradiction to The Hague.

(SUNDAY MAIL ZW) Gaddafi son’s atrocity: Failing to licence camels
Saturday, 14 April 2012 18:18

The most serious charge against Saif al-Islam Gaddafi (39) that Libya managed to back with evidence is over his failure to obtain a licence for his camels, the head of Human Rights Watch says.

Kenneth Roth cited on his Twitter account complaints of lawyers of the International Criminal Court (ICC), who said the case of Saif is a “legal black hole”.

According to the lawyers, Libya said it would not charge “serious crimes, such as murder and rape, due to lack of evidence” and has only managed to charge him with “the absence of a licence for camels, and irregularities concerning fish farms” so far.

The ICC forcefully demanded that Saif al-Islam be extradited to The Hague earlier on Thursday. But the Libyan government refused to do so, insisting that it will try him on its soil.

Following the refusal, an unnamed lawyer from the ICC told journalists that the detainee had been attacked in prison and is suffering from a lack of dental treatment.

Saif al-Islam Gaddafi is one of three Libyan leaders indicted by the ICC with war crimes, along with his late father Muammar Gaddafi and the head of intelligence for Gaddafi’s government.

He was captured by the militia of the city of Zintan in November 2011 and has been kept there ever since.

The government in Tripoli has limited control over the leaders of Zintan tribes, which makes their ability to enforce an extradition order for Saif al-Islam questionable.

On Wednesday, The Hague court inadvertently released a scathing report in which a senior registrar who interviewed Saif, being held by militia in the mountain town of Zintan, said there was evidence of torture.

The report, which judges withdrew two hours after they posted it on the ICC website, said the registrar was unable to meet Saif alone in his cell, with a Libyan prosecutor insisting on being present. Only when the official briefly left the room was Saif able to speak freely.

“The registry representative quickly asked the suspect how he was and whether he was mistreated,” she wrote.

“His attitude changed from relaxed to intense and without saying a word he waved the hand where two fingers were missing and pointed to a missing tooth in the upper front of his dentition.”

ICC rules state that a suspect must be handed over to The Hague court for trial, unless a government can demonstrate it can hold fair proceedings on home soil.

Libya says it will present a request for a home trial by 30 April, but the justice minister, Ali Khalifa Ashur, said last weekend that Saif’s trial would start before that date and would be finished before elections scheduled for June.

“It is clear that the ICC will not be in a position to render its decision on the admissibility of the case until after Mr Gaddafi has been tried, and potentially sentenced and executed,” wrote Keita.

Amnesty International has complained that Libya's justice system is "virtually paralysed" and unable to hold a fair trial.

A referral to the UN security council, if ordered, would represent a show of strength for the court as it struggles to assert its authority.

It also takes the ICC into uncharted territory.

In the past, the UN and EU have ordered sanctions against Serbia and Croatia for failure to hand over war crimes suspects.—

Russia Today/Guardian.

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Roger Casement
Nov. 22, 2011 11:07 am

Yes but where is the man-boy prison rape pornography like we spent all that money to get in Iraq?

Jul. 31, 2007 4:01 pm

There's a 1 in 20 Chance of the Apocalypse. Shouldn't We Act Now?

A new study published in Science argues that we as a civilization need to move "rapidly" -- as in almost immediately -- towards a carbon emissions free future if we are to have any chance of holding off runaway global warming:

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