NATO Against Libya: Piracy on a Grand Scale

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Cynthia McKinney

From Tripoli, Cynthia McKinney recommends this media report.

NATO operation in Libya is “piracy on an international scale”

Russia Television (print and video), 2 June 2011

NATO is not interested in a ceasefire in Libya as it craves regime change inthe country, believes International Action Center activist Sara Flounders.

”What NATO wants is regime change. They want absolute and total control of the largest oil resources in Africa,” she said. “They want ownership of the billions of dollars, more than $70 billion that Libya holds just in immediate assets from those past oil and gas sales. They want control of the whole infrastructure. None of this is about the humanitarian defense of the people of Libya, or of any group in Libya.”

”It really is piracy on an international scale,” Flounders added.

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