This video says about itself:
Susan Lindauer, a journalist and author specializing on American interventions, has never believed the allied forces intervened in Libya out of humanitarian reasons. It is a war for oil which was prepared long ago, Lindauer argues – anyone who cared about the Libyan people would stop immediately.
A top envoy of the emerging Nato-backed regime in Libya assured a gathering of British fatcats in London today that they can look forward to juicy contracts as the country rebuilds infrastructure and homes destroyed in the ongoing conflict: here.
Western business interests have arrived in Libya. Lord Green, minister for trade and investment, led a British delegation including representatives of BP and Shell for talks in the capital Tripoli on Monday: here.
Britain’s war machine has largely escaped the Con-Dems’ budget cuts, prompting activists to say the government is “addicted to war”: here.
US and Nato ‘interventions’ template for future wars: here.
Venezuela urged the UN general assembly on Tuesday to rein in the powers of the elite security council in order to prevent powerful states using the organisation to justify more colonial wars: here.
Washington is to deploy more personnel and mercenaries in Libya to seek and destroy as many as 20,000 surface-to-air heat-seeking missiles (SAMs) that have gone missing during the Nato-backed insurgency: here.
Updates on Libyan war/Stop NATO news: September 29, 2011: here.
Return of the Islamists: A Questionable Form of Freedom for North Africa: here.