Is NATO Trying To Kill Gaddafi?

By | May 2, 2011 at 8:37 pm | 3 comments | Africa, Europe, International Solidarity, Libya, News, North America, Situational Awareness

NATO’S Panic Bombing of Gaddafi A Sign Of Weakness?

On the 29th of April, 2011 at 11:15 AM, the attention of the facebook Rally of the Coalition Against Foreign Intervention in Africa was drawn to a story posted on the web by Kirill Svetitskiy, in which he makes the claim that it has been “reported by anonymous official of Russian Foreign Intelligence Service that the special divisions and army units of France, Great Britain and USA will take part in the special operation aimed to assassinate informal Libyan leader before coming Monday, May 2, 2011.

Nana Akyea Mensah recalls: “I did not know what to make of it, so I sent the link to Crossed Crocodiles, a very knowledgeable Pan-Africanist analyst with a simple question: “Hi Xcroc, What do you make of this?” His response was:

I have some questions in my mind about the site.  It looks to me like an ad hoc site used to plant stories. But I’m not certain, and don’t know why or who.  It will be interesting to watch what happens in Italy this week.  I doubt we can find a trustworthy story about what is going on in Benghazi.  But I’m trying to see if I can find out more. “
We were thus wondering what to make of it when we heard of a NATO attack on Col Gaddafi’s Bab al-Aziziya compound in Tripoli in which his son, Saif al-Arab Gaddafi and three of Gaddafi’s grandchildren were killed. Foreign reporters were shown widespread damage to the building, and Libyan government spokesman Moussa Ibrahim said “The leader with his wife was there in the house with other friends and relatives. The leader himself is in good health.” Col Gaddafi’s wife was also unharmed, he said. “This was a direct operation to assassinate the leader of this country,” the spokesman added.
This came within hours of another bombing raid earlier at a radio station during what appeared to be a live broadcast by Colonel Gaddafi. The BBC’s Christian Fraser in Tripoli says that unusually the alliance issued its statement within hours of the strike, well aware of the political implications. The statement said: “NAPLES — NATO continued its precision strikes against Qadhafi regime military installations in Tripoli overnight, including striking a known command and control building in the Bab al-Azizya neighbourhood shortly after 1800 GMT Saturday evening. “All NATO’s targets are military in nature and have been clearly linked to the Qadhafi regime’s systematic attacks on the Libyan population and populated areas. We do not target individuals,” said Lieutenant-General Charles Bouchard, Commander of NATO’s Operation Unified Protector.
Thus, it did not take so long between the time I read the story of a plot to kill Gaddafi and the second attempt to bomb him within 24 hours! As I was struggling with the issue with Gaddafi’s son and three grandsons dead, Crossed Crocodiles expressed my own fears and apprehensions thus:

“Hi Nana, Very interesting.  Shortly after reading this I heard Saif Qaddafi and other family members have been murdered by bombs today.  That makes me take this more seriously.  If there is a second front in Benghazi, and the Italians may withdraw their support, I can see the pressure might be on for the coalition of the imperialists. My initial response is that someone is leaking either information or disinformation to someone, but I don’t know who or why, or whether to trust the information.  Today’s bombing makes the story seem more credible. I’ve asked some questions.  If anyone tells me anything worth knowing, I’ll pass it along. All best regards! Xcroc”. I took a second look at the story:

The Murder of Muammar Qaddafi Is Planned For May 2, 2011

“This urgent decision was taken due to a chain of failures that have ruined original plans by anti-Libyan coalition: successes of regular Libyan army, the joining of Bedouin tribes to pro-Qaddafi forces and the creation of “second front” in Benghazi. This front consists of the armed groups of civil militia, ordinary citizens who are seeking restoration of the rule of law in Benghazi. They declared that they wouldn’t stand so-called “rebels” any more in their city, who are fighting each other and expose violence on city’s population.

The main reason for so fast-track preparations of the assassination of Libyan leader is the recent decision of Italian parliament to discuss the course of anti-Gaddafi company during a special session, which will be held on May 3, 2011. Now the matter is still handled by Silvio Berlusconi’s party. Emerging disagreements in the ruling coalition of Italy on the issue of war in Libya may lead to the decay of the Italian coalition next week. In this case Berlusconi will lose his post of Prime Minister and Italy would leave anti-Libyan coalition for some time or maybe even forever.

Such political success of anti-war sentiments in Italy can lead to the splash of similar anti-war moods in other countries that would make impossible to reach the declared goals of the war against Gaddafi. Leaders of Great Britain, France and the USA perceive this perspective quite seriously and so the proposal to kill informal leader of Libya, Muammar Gaddafi, not later than 2nd of May – before the session of Italian Parliament – was accepted. The leaders of coalition are sure that Gaddafi’s death would destroy spiritual union of Libyan forces and make them incapable to resist international aggression or at least would significantly weaken and demoralize them.

“Today’s bombing makes the story seem more credible”!

I could not have agreed more. I shot back to Crossed Crocodiles: “Yes, Xcroc, Very strange story! I did not know about the Benghazi second front and the decaying of the Coalition in Italy within 24 hours! They look credible triggers that seriously complicate the war against the Coalition. Would be eager to read whatever you can comb out on this. Would let you know what I come across further. Live and thrive!!!”

Meanwhile, Micah Zenko, a fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations in Washington, has said that the strikes on the command posts are “clearly” beyond the mandate of the Security Council resolution, but he called the new attacks a strategy to “terminate the campaign” as quickly as possible. And, he said, war planners at NATO headquarters in Brussels have been “telegraphing it pretty openly” that the bombings would include strikes against Colonel Qaddafi’s command posts.

But and argue in “NATO officials say that the intense bombing in Tripoli is designed to batter Col. Qaddafi’s military apparatus. Such a strategy is freighted with risk for the already fragile coalition. In Libya, the officials argue, the boundary between legitimate military targets and residential compounds is often blurry.“ And almost every segment of the Libyan population has received its fair share of the bombs. Schools, rebels, hospitals, residential buildings housing civilians, young and old, women and children, even the mentally retarded children, have not been spared!

“More and more facts indicate that the purpose of the coalition is the physical destruction of Gaddafi,” the Russian parliamentarian was quoted by RIA Novosti news agency as saying.  And Xinhua reports on May 1, “Moscow was increasingly concerned about the fatalities among Libya’s civilian population, including the death of three grandsons and the youngest son of Muammar Gaddafi, the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Sunday. Russia thus doubts the statement by the NATO coalition which says NATO’s air strike are not targeting Libyan leader Gaddafi, the statement said.”

“Moscow perceives with growing alarm the reports about victims among civilians. The statements by the coalition members that the airstrikes against Libya are not aimed at physically destroying Muammar Gaddafi and his family members cause serious doubts,” the statement reads.

Meanwhile, the British Prime Minister David Cameron, has said publicly that “there was no legal authority for regime change in Libya.” Thus quite apparently, they have a legal authority to kill him! And I think the reason why they are in such a hurry to do say has been summarized by ‘US Defence Secretary Robert Gates said expanding the goal of protecting civilians could divide what he described as a “very diverse coalition”‘.

A fragile coalition” Or  A “very diverse coalition”?

“The decay of the Italian coalition next week”? The forthcoming Parliamentary Session on Tuesday, 3rd May could lead to the fall of a very fragile coalition government likely to fall with just one or two abstentions. Such as fall will definitely mark the beginning of the end of the imperialist conspiracy to kill Gaddafi or even effect a regime change, if Gaddafi survives the next 72 hours!
It has been reported earlier that “NATO struggled on Monday to overcome divisions about a role in the military operation in Libya, as France resisted pressure to let the alliance take over and Turkey criticised the bombing campaign. As more nations joined the Western coalition pounding Gaddafi’s forces, NATO was still debating whether, and in what form, the Western military organization should join the UN-mandated intervention.

NATO members France, Britain and the United States have acted as individual nations in the air and sea campaign against Gaddafi’s regime, with US military officers coordinating operations from bases in Germany and Italy. But London, Rome and several other alliance members favour moving to a centralised NATO command, with Norway even saying its six fighter jets would stay grounded as long as it was unclear who was running the operations.”
Italy’s coalition against Gaddafi is clearly struggling to overcome a growing resentment against Sarkozy:We will not leave to others the task of deciding what will happen,” said Italian Defence Minister, Ignazio La Russa on Thursday 28th April 2011. Italy, the former colonial power in Libya, has made airbases available to coalition forces but said previously it could not allow its forces to fire for fear of awakening memories of its sometimes brutal occupation.

Northern League objections have been tied in with unease over the role of France, following disagreements over issues ranging from the treatment of a wave of illegal North African migrants to a French bid for Italian food group Parmalat.We have become a colony of France,” the Northern League’s bluntly spoken leader Umberto Bossi was quoted as saying on Wednesday following a visit to Rome by French President Nicolas Sarkozy a day earlier. Sarkozy, one of the main sponsors of the campaign against Gaddafi, welcomed Italy’s decision to step up its operations.”

It looks like the only reason why Gaddafi still remains alive is because, as General Ham puts it “Washington knew little about his whereabouts”! And the two airstrikes, on the tv and on the home pretty much show they are playing “Jack, where are you?” with long range missiles.

With the coalition unravelling and Gaddafi promising on Sunday “a long, drawn-out war with no limits” in a speech broadcast on state television but without appearing on camera, which immediately and swiftly saw a missile attack during the broadcast, followed again by another attack in a house where Gaddafi happens to be, there is no doubt that someone is very busy trying to kill Gaddafi – and damn the consequences!

As Shashank Joshi argues in Death of Saif Al-Arab Gaddafi may backfire for Nato, “The death of Saif al-Arab Gaddafi, if confirmed, is likely to have come as a consequence of Nato’s increasingly aggressive tactics, undertaken by the alliance to shake up a stalemate in the conflict.” He continuesand most important, air strikes began to target command, control, communications and intelligence networks (known, in military parlance, as C3I). The Bab al-Aziziya compound includes all three such networks, and it was presumed that their disruption would disorient regime soldiers on the front line, cut off field commanders from Tripoli, and sow confusion in the ranks. But was the strike also an assassination attempt?”

Assassination of a head of state is illegal under international law, and forbidden by various US presidential orders. On the other hand, the targeted killing of those woven into the enemy chain of command is shrouded in legal ambiguity.
Given the personalistic nature of the regime, and the “all means necessary” clause in UN Resolution 1973, it might be argued that killing Col Muammar Gaddafi and certain members of his family – such as his son Khamis, commander of an elite military brigade – would be permissible, even if it posed a risk to those non-combatants around the regime. Legality, though, indicates neither legitimacy nor prudence. This strike, and the death of Saif al-Arab, have produced little military result at the greatest diplomatic and symbolic cost to Nato.”

Needless to say that this western effort at assassination and regime change is clearly illegal, in violation of international law, and of the UN resolution 1973.  It once again raises the question about the International Criminal Court.  Was the ICC created only to try Africans and Arabs? Posted by: ben | May 1, 2011 2:39:41 PM | 13: “Thanks all for the links. They provide food for thought. What is crystal clear here is this….The Global ruling elite have decided Mr. Q must go, & they will have their way. Truth, Law & Justice be dammed. Conspiracy? Nope, just the end result of too much power in too few hands.”


“The creation of “second front” in Benghazi.”? We welcome this move! We urgently call for an immediate cease-fire and the start of a political settlement process without any preconditions. We ask for full, free and unhindered access to humanitarian aid to all those in Libya who need it. At the age of 84, former Cuban leader, Comrade Fidel Castro is much more lucid than the double-talk coming from the leaders of France, Britain and the USA:
“One can agree or disagree with Gaddafi’s political ideas, but nobody has the right to question the existence of Libya as an independent state and member of the United Nations,” Castro wrote in his regular “Reflections” column published by the official daily Granma.”
Press Statement – Libya: An Urgent Call For Unconditional Cease-Fire And Immediate Start Of A Political Settlement Process!

International Solidarity Committee, Pan-Africanist International.



“How is hitting a residential compound and killing the children of the leader of Libya protecting civilians? It also undermines international norms. You don’t go after the children of leaders and the grandchildren of leaders,” says Alan Kuperman, a University of Texas professor and author of The Limits of Humanitarian Intervention. “I think this is a violation of norms and counterproductive for the goal of protecting noncombatants.” [includes rush transcript]
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Alan Kuperman, professor of public affairs at the University of Texas at Austin. He is the author of the book The Limits of Humanitarian Intervention and co-editor of Gambling on Humanitarian Intervention.

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AMY GOODMAN: We move on to Libya. The killing of Osama bin Laden overshadowed major developments in Libya over the weekend. On Saturday, a NATO bombing of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi’s Tripoli compound killed his 29-year-old son Saif al-Arab as well as three of his grandchildren, all under the age of 12. Gaddafi was reportedly inside the compound at the time of the attack.
Meanwhile, the Libyan city of Misurata remains under siege. Gaddafi’s forces have mined the harbor around Misurata to prevent delivery of aid and have reportedly threatened to attack any ships attempting to bring in supplies. Residents of towns in Libya’s Western Mountains say they’re on the brink of starvation amidst ongoing attacks by Gaddafi troops.
We’re going to go right now to Alan Kuperman, professor at the University of Texas, Austin, author of the book The Limits of Humanitarian Intervention and co-editor of Gambling on Humanitarian Intervention.
Your response to this latest news, the killing of Gaddafi’s son and his three grandchildren?
ALAN KUPERMAN: Obviously, tragic, but it’s not good for international politics. It’s not good for resolving this conflict. You know, the first thing I thought of when NATO said that, well, this is a legitimate target, is I thought, well, how would President Obama feel if some country which didn’t like the way he was waging war, if they had decided, “Well, the White House is a legitimate target, he’s the commander-in-chief,” and they bomb the White House? And let’s say they killed his wife, or they killed one or both of his daughters. Would President Obama say, “Well, that’s a legitimate target”? I don’t think so.
So, this war in Libya is really starting to get out of hand. The U.N. resolution authorized action to protect civilians, and it seems that more civilians are dying as the result of the intervention than would have died without intervention, first of all, and that there’s this mission creep. How is hitting a residential compound and killing the children of the leader of Libya—how is that protecting civilians? It also undermines international norms. I mean, there’s norms. You don’t go after the children of leaders and the grandchildren of leaders. And if you hit them by mistake, you should say it’s a mistake and apologize. So, I mean, I think this is a violation of norms and counterproductive for the goal of protecting noncombatants.
AMY GOODMAN: You have written, Alan Kuperman, that the U.S. and NATO have attacked Libya under false pretenses. Can you explain?
ALAN KUPERMAN: Well, the argument that was made by the President in his address to the nation is that he supported intervention and NATO intervened because there was going to be a bloodbath. In that speech, he talked about, quote-unquote, “preventing genocide,” and that that’s the kind of mission that justifies U.S. and NATO military action. But the reality is that there was no genocide underway, and there was no genocide threatening. What was happening is that a very, very weak rebel force had attacked his government, and his government had very quickly driven back the rebel force to one last city and was about to defeat the rebels in that city. And because the rebels didn’t want to be defeated, they concocted this notion that, “Oh, there’s going to be a genocide,” and they announced that there would be a bloodbath unless there were intervention. And then President Obama, a few days later, said that he was intervening to stop a bloodbath.
And so, the only question for me is, did the rebels trick President Obama into believing there would be a bloodbath, or did President—was President Obama essentially in on the trick and declared that there was going to be a bloodbath when he knew that there would not be, because he wanted to intervene for other reasons? And those reasons might have been that he just wanted to overthrow Gaddafi for other reasons or that he thought that by helping the rebels, he would give some momentum to the Arab Spring that was underway elsewhere. But the bottom line is that there was no bloodbath. Gaddafi was targeting mainly rebels. This comes out of the—this is, you know, proved by the data that comes from Human Rights Watch, which showed that in the main city under siege in the center of the country, Misurata, of the people wounded there, only three percent were women. So, if Gaddafi were really just indiscriminately targeting residential buildings, apartment buildings and so forth—
AMY GOODMAN: We have five seconds.
ALAN KUPERMAN:—you would think that the percentage of casualties would be about 50 percent women, but it was only three percent women. So it clearly wasn’t a genocide, and he’s fighting rebels.
AMY GOODMAN: We’re going to have to leave it there. Professor Alan Kuperman, thanks for joining us.

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    McCain decries ‘backseat role’ in Libya

    (UPI) – U.S. Sen. John McCain, speaking Sunday on CBS’ “Face the Nation,” criticised President Obama for taking a “backseat role” in Libya and “withdrawing” from NATO.

    McCain, R-Ariz., commenting on Saturday’s NATO airstrike that killed Seif Al Qathafi, the sixth son of Libyan strongman Muammar Al Qathafi, said the military action was “obviously an attempt to remove Al Qathafi’s command and control.”

    “We should be taking out his command and control. And if he is killed or injured because of that, that’s fine,” McCain said.

    Expressing dissatisfaction with the Obama administration’s involvement in Libya, McCain said the president has “withdrawn from NATO” and the United States has taken a “backseat role.”

    “America – the United States is NATO, is NATO. So with the British and the French – God bless them and others – they don’t have the assets. They are running out of some of their munitions. And we need to get back in the fight,” McCain declared, warning “a very bad outcome” would be a stalemate that would “open the door to al-Qaida.”

    McCain, who lost the 2008 presidential election to Obama, said the United States should “recognize the transitional national council” in Libya and “kick Al Qathafi off television.”

    Addressing the recent violence in Syria, McCain said he doesn’t see a military option there because the opposition isn’t nearly as organized as it is in Libya.

    Saying it is clear Syrian President Bashar Assad is “willing to slaughter his own people,” McCain endorsed increased sanctions and “whatever pressures we can bring to bear.”

    “It’s going to be a very bloody time there, I’m afraid, in Syria,” he said.

    “There’s no country like America. We should be leading. We should not be following. We should not be behind. … This Arab spring is not confined even to the Arab countries, but how we handle it will determine the entire 21st century,” he said.

    McCain also weighed in on the president’s push to eliminate subsidies for oil and gas companies, saying he had an open mind to find solutions to the energy crisis but he “would not want to do anything that would be a disincentive for further oil exploration and exploitation.”

    Russia uneasy about NATO troops in Libya

    (UPI) – Russia’s foreign minister expressed reservations in Moscow about expanding NATO’s role in Libya to include troops on the ground.

    Since the United Nations Security Council authorised a U.S.- and NATO-led no-fly zone March 17 over the rebellion-torn North African country, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said he has been aware NATO and the European Union have been discussing putting troops on the ground there.

    The original mission was to stop Libyan strongman Muammar Al Qathafi from using his army and air force against Libyans calling for democratic changes and an end to his 42 years in power.

    But Lavrov said Russia couldn’t give a blanket endorsement to having NATO troops in Libya, ostensibly to protect humanitarian road convoys, RIA Novosti reported.

    “If anybody wants to ask for this mandate [on carrying out a ground campaign], go to the U.N. Security Council,” he said. “We will discuss, try to understand what is planned, because the digressions from the mandate that we are watching now, are enough to learn lessons.”

    Half of NATO’s 28 countries have aircraft and ships enforcing the no-fly zone, bombing artillery positions and enforcing an arms embargo.

  • Le Coursier

    Nous devons agir maintenantCÔTE D´IVOIRE / AFRIQUE

    S´il vous plait! Lisez attentivement ce document important. Prenez quelque 5 minutes de votre temps. Merci d´avance

    Nous devons agir maintenant

    MISE À JOUR !!!

    Militantes et militants Panafricains, mes chers compatriotes, peuples d´Afrique, militants combattants pour la libération complète de notre chère patrie, mes chers frères de la jeunesse des peuples africaines, amis et sympathisants d´Afrique, sans oublier tous ceux, qui d´une manière ou d´une autre nous soutiennent dans ce combat !

    Je vous salue fièrement.

    Ensembles nous avons livré un travail de mammouth, nous-nous sommes écoutés, nous avons écouté les uns et les autres. Il eut des discussions et chacun s´est exprimé. Tout cela nous a permis de constater ce qui nous lie.
    Dans tous les groupes, les combattants visent les mêmes objectifs et idéologies. Nous tous avons compris l´enjeu et aussi surtout, que personne ne viendra nous libérer si nous restons les bras croisés. C´est à nous mêmes de prendre notre destin en main et si nous ne nous engageons pas dans ce combat personne ne viendra le faire à notre place. Nous avons accepté le défi de combattre pour la libération et l´indépendance complète de notre chère patrie, l´Afrique et cette indépendance n´est plus négociable. Aussi nous étions tous conscients, que ce combat ne sera pas facile et il n´importe, combien de temps il perdure. Ainsi après auditions de tous intervenants sur les Blogs, nous avons toute suite conclu, que c´est possible, oui nous pouvons changer le cours des choses.
    Permettez nous de vous rassurer, nous avons gagné une partie de la bataille car nos voix sont entendues partout dans le monde sans que vous l´ayez constaté. Les politiques, les syndicats, de plus en plus la société civile s´intéresse à nous. Ils ont tous leur regard tourné vers nous et à cet instant, attendent nos prochaines actions concrètes pour nous accompagner dans les prochaines batailles. …

    Ainsi nous entamons la phase la plus difficile du combat. En ce moment le monde nous regarde et nous affirmons cela, compte tenu des contacts encourageants, que nous avons eu ces derniers jours. Soyez rassurés, nous avons suivi de loin les débats qui ont continué dans différents groupes et jurons, que tout a été pris en compte pour nos plans d´actions concrètes à venir.

    En effet certaines propositions ont été faites par les uns et les autres, notamment en ce qui concerne:
    · Agir par des actions ou passer en action: [ ici nous somme déjà en action et ça dépend de ce que l´on comprend par action ! La preuve est, que nous sommes écoutés et suivis, tous les regards sont tournés vers nous. Maintenant concrétisons nos actions en application : Lisez plus bas, s.v.p]
    · Le ralliement des groupes panafricanistes sur le facebook: [Sur ce point, c´est la volonté des uns et des autres qui compte. Pour réaliser cela, il va falloir nous concerter et fixer les règles, qui régiront le groupe uni. Nous avons choisi de réglementer les administrateurs du groupe uni, c´est à dire, pour une bonne modération, nous limitons le nombre des administrateurs choisis dans chaque groupe et par les groupes(bien sûr ceux, qui se rallieront), au plus à deux personnes. Nous définirons la/les fonction(s) de chaque administrateur pour mieux gérer les affaires du groupe uni, ainsi le partage des tâches(sur cette base nous demandons encore des suggestions constructives, donc à vous la balle !)]
    · Le projet de création d´un fond d´investissement panafricain: [Une très bonne idée voire même capitale. La Diaspora débourse plus de 80 millions par an pour aider les foyers en Afrique et avec cette institution les coûts seront moindres et aussi beaucoup d´opportunités nous seront offertes en Afrique (micro-crédit, assurances est soins médicaux, faciliter la vie scolaire et estudiantine, en bref allègement de la vie sociale des Africains démunis.) Ici aussi seule la volonté compte. Ce projet sera très prochainement étudié. A cet effet nous proposerons ce projet très important au FORUM de la Diaspora, qui aura lieu cet été (disons Juillet/Août) en Allemagne.]
    · La question: L´unification de l´Afrique est-elle possible? [Nous répondons sans hésiter, oui et oui. Seule la volonté individuelle compte aussi beaucoup et nous en arriverons)

    Vous constatez par vous mêmes, où nous sommes arrivés et c´est la volonté, l´abnégation et courage de tout un chacun de nous, qui nous ouvrent les voies et perspectives pour notre avenir et ceux de nos progénitures. Nous devons nous réjouir des résultats atteints, mais nous n´avons plus le droit d´échec, donc multiplions nos efforts en appliquant nos actions sur le terrain. … Nous sommes prêts pour la révolution et le combat bat son cours.

    Il eut un silence temporaire(vous auriez remarqué cela) de certains des combattants depuis quelques jours et nous vous devons des explications, malgré que cela avait été annoncé: Cet absence s´explique en bref par les travaux entrepris par ce groupe restreint, pour élaborer un carnet de route pour mieux aborder les batailles prochaines de notre combat.

    Pour ce faire, nous vous présentons ici les résultats provisoires de ce travail du groupe restreint:
    Le groupe restreint est composé de 6 personnes, qui avaient des possibilités de nouer des liens et contacter des personnalités importantes aussi bien de la classe politique et de la société civile favorables au panafricanisme. Les acteurs contactés ne sont pas profanes dans le domaine, ils sont plus ou moins directement ou indirectement victimes des systèmes, conférenciers, dénonciateurs, panafricains renommés etc. La liste est longue et nous-nous permettons de ne pas encore citer les noms, en tout cas, pas avant l´approbation du programme par unanimité et ceci pour cause de sécurité, car certains résident en Afrique. C´est ainsi, que nous avons accompli notre mission.
    Ces rencontres nous ont permis d´élaborer ledit programme(sera immédiatement appliqué) avec l´appui de ces personnalités importantes.
    Le programme sera l´objet du prévu FORUM(Juillet/Août) en Allemagne (dans la ville universitaire de Giessen)
    Permettez moi, pour cette occasion de vous rappeler, que nous n´avons plus de temps à tâtonner sur certains détails et les jours prochains seront très chargés pour chacun de nous, à cause du partage des tâches pour la préparation et l´organisation de ce FORUM de grandes envergures.
    Nous allons prier tout un chacun de vous, de nous proposer des participants potentiels, que vous connaissez et ceci, après les avoir contacté et confirmé leur participation. Nous devons aller très vite, donc présenter la liste des délégués aux autorités de la ville de Giessen où se tiendra le FORUM.
    Nous-nous déployons actuellement pour que l´Afrique en miniature soit représentée, c´est à dire, au moins un délégué de chaque pays des 56 pays(+ Sud Soudan = 57) doit être présent dans ce FORUM. Chacun de nous doit se déployer pour cette tâche.
    Vous n´êtes pas sans savoir, que notre Afrique a vue son partage en Allemagne et c´est pourquoi ce lieu a été choisi pour cet événement capital.
    Nos Ambitions: Si ce FORUM réussit, nous l´espérons aussi, alors la porte de BERLIN nous sera ouverte le début de l´année suivante.
    Dans ce FORUM les groupes se formeront pour fixer les modalités de la proclamation officielle de l´indépendance totale sans condition de l´Afrique, là nous pouvons chasser les forces étrangères sur toute l´étendu du territoire africain.
    Nous voulons aller tout de même doucement étape par étape dans les démarches.

    Mais bien avant cela regardons en face de ce que nous avons à faire à présent et encore une fois croyez-moi, tout est possible, si la volonté ne manque pas aux uns et aux autres.
    Brièvement, la présentation du rapport des travaux du travail du groupe restreint.

    Avant de vous soumettre la proposition du programme dudit FORUM, permettez-moi de vous présenter ou vous faire la connaissance de certaines personnes importantes, qui nous ont été très utiles et par suite continueront, où ils pourront, de nous apporter leur soutient:
    - Mr. Gunnar Sturm(s´est mariée avec une Ivoirienne) et
    - Ivoir Leaks(pseudonyme facebook)
    Ces personnes nous ont fourni des documentations et informations importantes, nous n´allons pas oublier leur know how et les conseils incessants qu´ils nous donnent. Certains parmi nous dans les groupes doivent déjà les connaître. Leur prise de position et leur engagement nous sont bénéfiques(s.v.p. visitez leur profil).

    Mr. Sturm a aussi fait des propositions et recommandations pour l´élaboration du programme en voici le contenu: « Pour compléter vos idée et le programme, mes suggestions pour vos plans pour l’avenir proche:
    Je voulais faire quelques suggestions si elles sont une suite, je suis heureux, sinon, vous devriez avoir aucune hésitation à rejeter. »
    aussi loin que je peux, je vais vous appuyer.


    Sturm, Gunnar

    Ces suggestions ont été prises en compte et il en sort provisoirement ce qui suit:

    1. Proposition: Elever le forum à un niveau supérieur.
    par exemple, “International” à savoir Inviter des représentants de différents pays. Et F /D. …
    ou, attribuer un titre scientifique, donc «Symposium» ou «congrès» …
    Idéal serait bien sûr, si un éminent scientifique ou politicien monte sur le podium.

    2. Du travail pour la presse, la suppression:
    - Préparer les communiqués de presse (avant même l’action…),
    - porter des plaintes contre Sarkozy (pour agression de guerre),
    - Nommer un crime de guerre (comme ça se fait contre les autres … «Fosse de masse commune», «viol» etc. …)

    Nous trouvons ces propositions très convaincantes et nous vous prions de votre côté de réfléchir sur les points afin qu´on puisse se mettre au travail. Ceci doit se faire dès maintenant pour être légalisé et déposé, ce qui nous permettra d´attirer l´opinion publique.

    Camarades combattants, frères et sœurs enfants d´Afrique,

    tapons dans le fer quand il est chaud. Nous n´avons rien à perdre car nous avons toujours perdu, nous avançons plutôt au but.

    Pour conclure, nous vous prions de ne pas ouvrir un débat concernant le financement du projet car le moment venu vous saurez. Ceci pour des questions sécuritaires. D´autres voudrions savoir pourquoi un groupe restreint ?
    C´est très simple, parce que le travail avance mieux qu´avec un grand nombre de personne et c´est pourquoi d´ailleurs que nous avons créé des groupe sur facebook pour nous assurer des opinions des uns et des autres.
    Sachez bien que l´Amérique s´est uni à partir des Idées nourries de trois personnes, qui se sont retrouvés ensembles sur un champ de bataille, pourtant ennemi, ils ont décidé d´en finir avec la guerre et la solution était de s´unir, ce qui a été une réussite.

    Cordialement à vous

    La rédaction

  • angelinajhon

    Former Libyan leader Muammar al-Qaddafi was reported to have been killed in October 2011. Although his deeds have been discussed for a long time and apparently the situation in Libya will continue be in the news in the future, Qaddafi’s death left some questions worth asking.

    Why Libya got attacked?

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