May 13, 2012
Last edits May 18
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I've been slow at the site lately, in part, to finish this video, which I felt had to expand a bit to clarify why the little details in question matter. At 12:30 it could sound tedious, but I think the drama keeps it moving quite well and it covers a lot.
This is a powerful video for exposing the lies of the Libyan Rebel/NATO Contra takeover. I ask all readers to share and prmote this and help get it widely seen.
Amnesty by Way of Fakery for Libyan Rebels
The centerpiece of this video is “meet the accusers,” a well-established fake survivor (here Bashir Al-Sadeq) who’s changed names and stories repeatedly, a second unharmed survivor (Hussein Al-Lafi) rendered suspect by agreeing with the fake memories of Al-Sadeq, and their on-site manager, Dr. Salem Al-Farjani, who... you just need to see the video.
Since I got it up in time for Mother's Day (US), might I direct the viewer to the especially powerful segment at 6:50.
For those watching only half the video, make it the middle half anyway, Check the Dr. Salem section [4:00-7:10] and the Bashir section too [7:15 - 10:15]. It gets a little boring in there but come on, this is edutainement. It's only half - no, only partly - about entertaining.
Brands of Amnesty Enjoyed by Rebel Forces
Since the uprising began in February 2011, the blade-slinging Islamist militants had cover from Amnesty International, corroborating all their allegations against an ever-more insane-seeming regime that had to be stopped. Half or more of those crimes were rebel ones they simply re-branded in various crude ways.
The NTC has now extended them qualified blanket amnesty for the heinous war crimes the rebels inflicted on Libya once outside powers and NATO bombs made it possible. That will cover crimes the rebels cannot possibly weasel out of, like killing Gaddafi, the Mahari Hotel massacre, and the elimination of Tawergha and genocide against its people. These can now be excused by law if the actions or underlying intentions are deemed "necessary" for the "revolution," and/or the judges don't want to get rocket-attacked by the accused militia leaders. Look for a lot of silence, little specific absolution, and possibly a small token show of accountability for the Tawergha situation and maybe one other crime. Someone might go to jail for a week, after careful negotiations and a limited gun battle...
And, as this video shows, the rolling hordes of havoc had plenty of little helper elves giving them amnesty by fakery along the way, allowing them to weasel out of perhaps a large majority of their sprees of unhinged bloodletting. It's certainly so in this case, the "most clear-cut war crime" by the Gaddafi regime, the corporate-owned media has announced. Yes, this is about as good as it gets ...
Update of Major Relevance:
The centerpiece of this video is “meet the accusers,” but right after finishing it I realized it’s time to meet the accused, Ibrahim Tajouri, the young kid soldier who allegedly led the slaughter. Possibly drugged, possibly tortured, I said. Time to add possibly an actor. (I think there will be a smaller part two).
See: Shed Massacre Witnesses: "Executioner" Ibrahim Khalifa/Tajouri/Lousha BUSTED!
Summary: Same person, different names, different but similar stories of leading with guns and/or grenades and/or torture:
- Ibrahim Tajouri, aged 20 (name means from Tajoura, Tripoli neighborhood), threw the grenades and led the shooting, after first two grenades, killing all kinds. Drugged-out, ordered to kill by Mohammed Mansour.
- Ibrahim Sadeq Khaliufa, aged 20, lived in Tajoura, held in Misrata, threw in the grenades after dousing the people, burned alive 150 on Aug. 22 (wrong date).
- Ibrahim Lousha, aged 20, most notorious torturer at Yarmouk, held in Misrata, son of a (Tajoura?) Tripoli policeman, drugged out, ordered to kill by Mohammed Mansour. "I told them, Give the grenades to me.' He threw two into the hangar, one after the other, and the door blew open. He could hear the screams of the dying prisoners."