“aid” appeal is bid to relieve trapped terrorists
by Tony Cartalucci, Global
Research, 16 December 2013
In August 2011, the Telegraph
reported in an article titled, “Libya
crisis: Rebel leaders hoping to
starve Gaddafi stronghold of Sirte into submission,”
Rebel leaders hope to starve
Colonel Gaddafi’s home town of Sirte into submission, laying
siege to his last remaining stronghold in an attempt to avoid mass
bloodshed, according to the man spearheading efforts for a peaceful
Assisting them in the
starvation of the 100,000 civilians who populated the coastal city of
Sirte was NATO who rained bombs down upon the besieged city
relentlessly while terrorists on the ground cut off electricity, water,
gas, food, and other essential supplies.
AP would also report on the
starvation of Sirte in its article, “U.N.
Warns Libya Is Short of Water,
Rebel commanders have been
negotiating with tribal leaders in Qaddafi’s hometown of
Sirte, hoping to avoid further bloodshed. They announced Thursday that
they had extended the negotiations’ deadline for another
week, from this coming Saturday.
“We want to save
our fighters and not lose a single one in battles with
Qaddafi’s forces,” said Mohammed al-Rajali, a
spokesman for the rebel leadership in the eastern city of Benghazi.
“In the end, we
will get Sirte, even if we have to cut water and electricity”
and let NATO pound it with airstrikes, he said.
And despite the title of the
report, the UN made no mention of the tactics of the terrorists and
their NATO backers. Instead, the UN was more concerned with aiding
areas of the nation already taken by NATO’s proxy army.
In 2011, the general consensus
appeared to be that cutting off an entire city surrounded on all sides
by desert and sea, constituted a “humane” and
“peaceful” means of taking the remaining
strongholds of the overthrown Libyan government. How times and the
sensibilities of the West have changed…
Syrian Arab Army Surrounds Al Qaeda
It is now the end of 2013, with
the conflict in Syria having dragged on for three years. The Syrian
government has decisively turned the tide against waves of
NATO-backed foreign terrorists and
their extremist collaborators within the country, having restored order
in many parts of the country and having surrounded the terrorist
proxies in a dwindling number of districts across the Syria.
Van Dyke being an armed
militant himself, along with those in his company, riding freely back
and forth between Libya and Syria on aid ships should raise suspicions
at the very least regarding “aid” the UN plans to
provide entrapped terrorists.
Stories like Alakhbar
Red Crescent Funds Syrian Rebel Arms,”
also raises immense concern about so-called aid flowing into Syria
specifically to help those fighting the government. The article reports:
Sources in the investigation
team said that Mahmoud confessed to receiving around .2 million from
Khaled Diab, a Qatar Red Crescent official. He was then to hand the
money over to a Lebanese cleric identified as O.O., born in 1983 and
affiliated with Muslims Without Borders, in the Bekaa village of Bar
cleric, Mahmoud was able to acquire 30 RPG launchers for 0,000 and
300 shells for 0,000, which were then transferred to Syria by a
smuggler known as Anwar or his nom de guerre Abu Salah.” The
smuggler then handed over the weapons to the Syrian national known as
Abu Abdullah in the Damascus countryside.
Mahmoud also bought 100
Kalashnikovs and an ammunitions cache for ,000 from the Ain
al-Hilweh Palestinian refugee camp in southern Lebanon. The source
added that Mahmoud entered the refugee camp with the Syrian national
Mohammad Abdullah, known as Abu Hamza, under the guise of distributing
humanitarian aid to refugees from Syria.
One can only imagine what will
be bought and done with the .5 billion the UN has called for to
assist those in terrorist-held territory. It will most likely be fed
directly into the terror networks the NATO
and its regional allies have
been preparing to expand.
Should the UN decide to truly
care about ending the ongoing catastrophe that is the proxy invasion of
Syria by foreign-backed terrorists, it could always point out the true
nature of the conflict and hold those responsible for it, NATO and its
regional axis, fully accountable. Anything less is but a criminal rouse
meant to intentionally perpetuate the conflict and give the West yet
another chance to end it on terms they find favorable.