I. Lizzy Phelan (Journalist in Libya): A must-see short video from journalist Lizzy Phelan about the Libyan coup. She witnessed the coup first hand and she defends Gaddafi's regime - The people were actually supporting Gaddafi.
II. ABC News: American Supermodel Defends Gaddafi Family, Loses Job:
"An American model who has appeared in ads for Calvin Klein, Giorgio Armani and L'Oreal lost her biggest client Monday after she defended boyfriend Mutassim Gaddafi and the Gaddafi family in an interview with Italian media.
Vanessa Hessler, a blonde, long-legged 23-year-old Italian-American model, said that she had shared a "very beautiful love story" of four years with Mutassim Gadhafi, the 36-year-old son and heir of Libyan dictator Moammar Gaddafi who died with his father in a last stand outside the Libyan city of Sirte on Oct. 21." - Source ABCnews.com
III. RT News: The cost for NATO's bombing raids that killed thousands of innocent civilians was $2 billions (while many EU countries take lesser loans from the IMF that they, their children and grandchildren will have to pay for):
IV. Pravda.ru (leading Russian newspaper): NATO conducted terrorist attacks on the Libyan people!
"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."
"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. In another clear violation of the law, a consignment from Italy of 19 000 AK-47's was caught in Ajdabiyah by the Libyan authorities, according to Libyan military sources."
"NATO attacked the Great Manmade River pipeline in Libya which literally brings water across the desert to millions of Libyans and farms in western and southern Libya as well as to the capital Tripoli and Benghazi. The Manmade River project is not only a life-sustaining source of water for millions of Libyan people and a core part of Libya's agriculture, it also stands as a source of national pride and identity."
"It is the largest irrigation system in the world and you can find a map of it on the Libyan dinar note. Gadhafi himself called it "the eighth wonder of the world". They started the project in 1983 with an extraordinary session of the People's Congresses and 25 billion dollars later, it was completed. Funding came from profits from the very oil industry that NATO countries hope to privatize." - sott.net
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