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Norway Didn't Know Much About Libya Yet Helped Bomb It Into Chaos, State Report Finds
"A Norweigian state report says the officials 'had very limited knowledge' of what was going on in Libya, but promptly decided to join the US-led intervention, turning the once thriving North African nation into a terrorist hotbed..."
Norway Report: 'Ill Informed' Decision Over Libya Bombing in 2011 (and vid)
"There are no written sources that before deciding to send warplanes to Libya the government assessed the type of conflict Norway was taking part in."
In Canada, our own parliamentary war-criminals can't claim such ignorance. Just murderous complicity with a western imperial agenda. Perhaps that's why in Canada, no such report will ever be produced.
Jack Harris NDP (2011)
"We did get, as others have noted, full, frank, open briefings from our very professional diplomatic and military sources to keep us abreast of the state of play and the activities in Libya that required our knowledge and understanding in order for us to form our opinions..."
Bombing Libya: The Origins of Europe's Immigration Crisis
"...After the US and [Canada-led] NATO began to bomb Libya in March 2011 - almost daily for more than six months - to overthrow the government of Muammar Gaddafi (with the completely phony excuse that Gaddafi was about to invade Benghazi, the Libyan center of his opponents, and so the US and NATO were thus saving the people of that city from a massacre), the Libyan leader declared:
'Now listen you people of NATO. You're bombing a wall ,which stood in the way of African migration to Europe and in the way of Al Qaeda terrorists. This was was Libya. You're breaking it. You're idiots and you will burn in Hell for thousands of migrants from Africa!'
Remember also that Libya was a secular society, like Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria, all destroyed by America while supplying Saudi Arabia and various factions of Al Qaeda. It's these countries that have principally overrun Europe with refugees..."
Libya - From Ghaddafi to Hafter
"Libya is back in the news as the so-called Libya National Army under General Hafter is moving to attack Tripoli. How did we get here?"