Slavery in Libya, more protests


This video is about the 25 November 2017 demonstration in Brussels, Belgium against slavery in Libya.

Slavery in Libya was abolished in 1857; before, eg, the United States of America, or the Dutch colonial empire abolished it. However, NATO’s 2011 ‘humanitarian’ war on Libya brought it back.

This video is about the 18 November 2017 demonstration in Paris, France against slavery in Libya.

This video is about the 24 November 2017 demonstration in Paris, France against slavery in Libya. A banner accuses ex-president Sarkozy of France of being the ‘murderer’ who helped to bring back slavery to Libya. Sarkozy was one of the driving forces behind the 2011 NATO war on Libya.

Macron trip to Africa: The Guardian writes: ‘the reality of slavery in Libya has set alarm bells ringing in the Elysée, especially since critics say France, by backing the ousting of Muammar Gaddafi in 2011, has a key responsibility for Libya’s current state of near-anarchy.’

This video is also about the 24 November 2017 demonstration in Paris, France against slavery in Libya.

This video is about the 24 November 2017 demonstration in Cotonou, Benin against slavery in Libya.

This video is about the 20 November 2017 demonstration in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, against slavery in Libya.

This video is about the 20 November 2017 demonstration in Mali against slavery in Libya.

This video is about the 20 November 2017 demonstration in Morocco against slavery in Libya.

This video is about the 25 November 2017 demonstration in Bordeaux, France against slavery in Libya.

This video is about the 25 November 2017 demonstration in Lyon, France against slavery in Libya.

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