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“Smart Growth” (Misnomer) Confiscation of Property Rights – Libya: “Humanitarian” Newspeak for Genocidal – Tokyo May Have to be Evacuated

September 19, 2011

In 1976, the United Nations Conference on Human Settlements  in Vancouver, BC declared, “Public control of land use is … indispensable.”  In other words, just as Karl Marx wished, the state must be in control (defacto ownership) of lands.  The following short video provides a timeline of the green communists’ war against property rights and reveals some of the effects of Agenda 21’s urban development schemes in South Carolina and other places.


NATO’s Libyan Operation: Mass Graves and Ethnic Cleansing

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Kurt Nimmo
September 19, 2011

NATO’s al-Qaeda “rebels” in Libya are dumping bodies at a cemetery in Misrata and elsewhere around the north Africa nation, according to McClatchy Newspapers:

The majority of the more than 800 bodies and sets of remains in the “pro-Gaddafi” cemetery are without names or identification other than digital photos of their faces taken by the volunteers who run the cemetery. Many of the bodies have simply been left at the cemetery by the rebels to be buried, with no information about where they were killed or found.

McClatchy does not say if the dead are fighters or dissidents opposed to NATO bombing their country and al-Qaeda renegades running amok beating, pillaging and raping.

Libyan civilian Hussein Ibrahim Saleh told McClatchy his brother was identified at the cemetery. He said Jamal was not a pro-Gaddafi fighter. Jamal disappeared while on a trip from Tripoli to Hisha to visit another brother.

This video cliams to show Libyan rebels burying people in mass graves.

In addition to dumping bodies at cemeteries, the so-called rebels are detaining large numbers of people, Jason Ditz reports:

The rebels are also said to be converting a number of buildings into additional prison space, apparently out of concern that the prison-happy Gaddafi regime simply didn’t have enough room for the enormous numbers of people the new pro-NATO regime is detaining.

In Misrata, the rebels have filled a former school with detainees. None were charged with crimes but were said to have “committed crimes against Misrata” and that the local rebels would decide what to do with them. Reports have them looking for a bigger building, since the school is now packed with detainees.

NATO’s freedom fighters are also engaged in ethnic cleansing of black Africans. Last week it was reported that the Libyan town of Tawergha was depopulated and its mostly black residents sent to refugee camps.

NATO Genocide in Black Libyan Town of Tawerga, Part 2.

Amnesty International issued a report last week on “gross” human rights violations in Libya that included claims that the rebels had abused prisoners, conducted revenge killings and removed pro-Gaddafi fighters from hospitals.

The rebels established a special group to deal with black Libyans and African migrant workers – “Brigade for Purging Slaves, black skin,” according to Digital Journal.

The racist policies are an embarrassment for the National Transitional Council and its al-Qaeda connected boss, Mustafa Abdul Jalil, who

called for rebel troops to refrain from revenge attacks, but his authority has gone unheeded. Since rebel fighters moved into Tripoli they have arrested hundreds of black people with no evidence, beaten men and women, ransacked homes, raped women and stole possessions.

NATO’s plan has predictably turned out to be criminal and a large human right fiasco.

Other “rogue states” (that do not take orders from international banks) should take heed – most notably Syria – and begin preparations to be invaded and conquered when U.S. officials step up their hollow rhetoric about democracy and human rights.


Radiation Experts: Tokyo May Have to Be Evacuated

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Al Jazeera
Sept 19, 2011

At least one billion becquerels a day of radiation continue to leak from Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant after the March earthquake and tsunami.

Experts say that the total amount of radiation leaked will exceed amounts released from Chernobyl, making Fukushima the worst nuclear disaster in history.

Al Jazeera’s Steve Chao reports from the Japanese capital of Tokyo.


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