Thursday, July 28, 2011

More Humanitarian Bombing

After months of bombing the piss out of Libya, committing genocide, attempting to illegally murder Gaddafi and killing his son, maybe this will convince fence sitters what the fascists are really trying to accomplish. This is a war crime of disastrous proportions, a murderous atrocity that will impact millions of innocents and destroy agriculture.

Nato Destroys Libya's $30 Billion Water Pipeline

"A NATO terrorist attack has hit a water pipes factory in al-Brega, murdering six guards, this being the factory which makes pipes for the great man-made irrigation system across the desert which brings water to seventy per cent of Libyan homes, according to sources in Libya. The factory was hit after the water supply network was destroyed on Friday. July 22 2011. A date for humanity to remember. NATO hit the Libyan water supply pipeline. It will take months to repair. Then on Saturday they hit the pipeline factory producing pipes to repair it. Since when is a water pipes factory in al-Brega a legitimate target to impose a no-fly zone to protect civilians? Sine when is the water supply pipeline itself a legitimate target? NATO has committed another war crime, targeting a civilian water supply network which brings water to 70% of Libya's population, according to Pravda.Ru sources in Libya. The general manager of the Man Made River Corporation which controls the pipeline reports it was hit in a NATO strike on Friday."


Anonymous Nz said...

Imo, if NATO forces (the forces of Empire) can do something like this, then I would say that they definitely are responsible for Fukushima. I mean to say, this is obviously an act which will have a serious effect on the civilian population of Libya.

If they can act this way what is to stop them from acting in any similar way to sabotage resources which civilian lives depend upon?

All civilians everywhere are now open to similar acts of sabotage upon their lives. The Empire is truly Evil.

29/7/11 8:11 AM  
Blogger nolocontendere said...

If you have the time Nz, try Hoaglands interview where he touches on this.

30/7/11 1:25 AM  

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