Libya: Torture & Extortion, Nutroots Yawn, Blame Gitmo Instead

Just how perverted does it get before we pull the plug on the vicious, insane distortion in the MSM? Here is some awful stuff from Libya, whose dictator Gaddafi is now being rewarded for terrorism blackmail and extortion:

From Spiegel Online:

Medic Recalls Eight Years in Libyan Jail

Palestinian-born Bulgarian doctor Ashraf al-Hazouz, 37, recalls his eight-year imprisonment in Libyan jails, describing his torture at the hands of Gadhafi’s thugs and the ordeals of the five nurses imprisoned with him.


Doctors blast Guantanamo treatment as unethical

How demented are these people?

CHICAGO, Illinois (AP) — Military doctors violate medical ethics when they approve the force-feeding of hunger strikers at the U.S. prison camp at Guantanamo Bay, according to a commentary in a prestigious medical journal.


Sarko Rewards Libyan Extortionist With Nuclear Reactor

Is Girac a whore and Sarkosy the prostitute or vice versa?

The French are bankrupt, morally and otherwise. Who would give a terrorist madman like Gaddafi the benefit of the doubt let alone nuclear technology?

Sarkozy: Trust Arab states with nuclear technology


TRIPOLI, Libya (Reuters) — After agreeing to nuclear cooperation with Libya, French President Nicolas Sarkozy said the West should trust Arab states to develop such technology for peaceful purposes or risk a war of civilizations.

France agreed on Wednesday to help Libya develop a nuclear reactor to supply drinking water from desalinated sea water. The reactor might be supplied by French atomic energy firm Areva.

Sarkozy told reporters in Libya that to consider the Arab world “is not sensible enough to use civilian nuclear power” would, in the long run, risk a “war of civilizations.”

“Nuclear power is the energy of the future,” he said. “If we don’t give the energy of the future to the countries of the southern Mediterranean, how will they develop themselves? And if they don’t develop, how will we fight terrorism and fanaticism?”

*How do you fight fanatical lunatics like Gaddafi after you provide them with nuclear weapons?

Many Middle Eastern countries, including some worried about Iran’s nuclear program, are interested in developing atomic energy resources.

* You bet they are.

Claude Gueant, Sarkozy’s chief of staff, noted the nuclear cooperation deal means “a country that respects international rules can obtain civilian nuclear energy.”

* Any evidence that Libya is a country ‘that respects international rules?’ 

4 thoughts on “Libya: Torture & Extortion, Nutroots Yawn, Blame Gitmo Instead”

  1. What’s this “risk war between civilizations” BS? The war is already on and Islamania is hardly civilized.

  2. Sarkozy is pushing for a “Mediterranean Union”, perhaps ultimately uniting Europe & Africa / Israel etc. He offers nuclear technology to Africa in exchange for North African gas.

    ISLAMSFORLOSERS – “What’s this “risk war between civilizations” BS?”

    Create a “risk”, then provide a “solution” in the form of an “Alliance of Civilizations” (search) which will “solve” the Israel-Palestine conflict; respond to (manufactured) crises such Danish Cartoon Crisis etc.

    Increasingly, democratic government in USA, UK, Oz etc is being stealthily replaced by “global governance”, in which we have no voice, like the EU residents who rejected the EU constitution but were ignored by their “democratically elected” govts, who “know best”.
    Our Global Neighborhood

    Report of the Commission on Global Governance
    (ISBN 0-19-827998-1; Published by Oxford University Press, 1995)
    A Summary Analysis by Henry Lamb

    … expand the authority of the United Nations to provide:

    * Global taxation;
    * A standing UN army;
    * An Economic Security Council;
    * UN authority over the global commons;
    * An end to the veto power of permanent members of the Security Council;
    * A new parliamentary body of “civil society” representatives (NGOs);
    * A new “Petitions Council”;
    * A new Court of Criminal Justice; (Accomplished in July, 1998 in Rome)
    * Binding verdicts of the International Court of Justice;
    * Expanded authority for the Secretary General.

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