Thursday, August 25, 2011

NATO “kept bombing the civilian targets"







We went to Libya on the 28th July and we came back on the 7th August and we found a totally different situation because NATO was bombarding civilians.



The bombings were not only carried out on military targets, but they also hit houses, hospitals, schools, television centers, and this was totally against the humanitarian reasons they said they were there for.


I believe they were doing this to bring panic in the city. That’s why they were bombing the things that people use daily, like places with food and essential utilities like hospitals.


Anyone out there who still believes that NATO’s intervention in Libya was/is ‘humanitarian’ ?


Then please watch the above interview from Russia Today with Italian peace activist Yvonne Di Vito.



More on this story here.

3 comments:

brian said...

'The bombings were not only carried out on military targets, but they also hit houses, hospitals, schools, television centers, and this was totally against the humanitarian reasons they said they were there for.'


NATO...humanitarian? has life in fortress europes parlors blunted the keen perceptions of the europeans? LOL since when has NATO ever been a humanitarian group? they backed the organ trafficking terrorists KLA in the 90s, and bomb kids in Afghanistan as we write.

How pathetic!

Jonathan said...

You are anti war (i'm with you) but you want to bring back capital punishment, presumably becasue you want to kill people who kill other people, which is exactly what war is!

It seems like one step forward, two steps back.

Neil Clark said...

Brian-'since when has NATO ever been a 'humanitarian group' ? Quite.

Jonathan-fyi

http://neilclark66.blogspot.com/2006/06/hypocrisy-and-death-penalties.html

Also, war more often than not is about killing people who have not killed others and who are entirely innocent- eg the people on the passenger train in Yugoslavia killed by NATO bombs in 1999,
make-up assistants and cleaners killed by NATO in the bombing of RTS in 1999, Iraqi civilians killed by western 'Shock and Awe' in 2003 etc, people attending weddings in Afghanistan.