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Libya: Unending American hostility

Also see this RT America interview of Susan Lindauer:

By William Blum

If I could publicly ask our beloved president one question, it would be this: “Mr. President, in your short time in office you’ve waged war against six countries — Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Somalia, Yemen and Libya. This makes me wonder something. With all due respect: What is wrong with you?”

The American media has done its best to dismiss or ignore Libyan charges that NATO/US missiles have been killing civilians (the people they’re supposedly protecting), at least up until the recent bombing “error” that was too blatant to be covered up.

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Stop U.S./U.N. military intervention against Libya: Rally March 19

By A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition

No new U.S. war! U.S. out of the Middle East!

Hit the streets on March 19 to Resist the War Machine

U.S. plane enforces no-fly zone over Iraq
A U.S. Air Force F-15C Eagle patrols over northern Iraq on Dec. 30, 1998, enforcing the no-fly-zone imposed by the United States and its allies.

The United Nations Security Council just approved a bombing war on the people of Libya. The resolution, authorizing a no-fly zone, was pushed hard by the United States, along with its French and British imperialist allies. The resolution also authorizes “all necessary measures” against Libya.

Before the vote, U.S. Sec. of State Hillary Clinton beat the drums of war: “A no-fly zone requires certain actions taken to protect the planes and the pilots, including bombing targets like the Libyan defense systems. … [Libyan leader Muammar] Gaddafi must go.”

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