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Ambitions of France: Installation of Military Base in Libya For Recolonization ?

Steven Gaal

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Ambitions of France: Installation of Military Base in Libya For Recolonization ?

September 3, 2012



Source: The Expression (Translated/Edited)

See also: Ambitions of France: Algeria In The Eye of The Cyclone

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As in Iraq, we are going to divide the country: Useful areas of Libya will be secured but the rest of the country will be delivered to instability. It is spectacular to see how the Western powers want to print a situation of permanent war in Libya. For a year, information from the installation of a military base in the country western North Africa, is broadcast repeatedly and knowingly. And by dint of repeating things, we finally admit as stringent as they are. Because they arrived on NATO tanks, so indebted, the new Libyan leaders were persuaded by the possibility of a military base on their soil without worrying about the reaction of people and immediate neighbors including Algeria with which their countries sharing nearly a thousand kilometers of borders.

Ads proliferate and collide leaving predict the roar of engines at our southern borders. In its edition yesterday, Brother Arabic Ennahar reported that French experts are currently in Libya and exploring the possibility of creating a French military base in the country. This database is built according to the same source, around Sirte and Lahnout Rass, two regions rich in hydrocarbons. The French delegation arrived on August 27, Libya. In response to this information, a senior official of the Libyan army argued that the French mission was limited to military training and a contribution to improve the situation after the war. Originally it was NATO to who wanted a place in Libya for a portion of its military arsenal. On January 27, the French newspaper Mediapart one line, taking the TV “Russia Al Youm” reported that NATO intends to create this military base in Benghazi or Tripoli. The same source states that this request was made by the Americans. Pentagon military doctrine based on the principle of the long war, does not clutter of detail when it comes to search for oil. A few days after this announcement about NATO, the media reported the installation of an Israeli military base. The information was released by the Libyan official television channel Al Jamahiriya published by the Israeli newspaper Yediot Aharonot.

Both media have quoted a confidential document relating signing of an agreement between the National Transitional Council (NTC) and Israel for the installation of a military base in the Jebel Akhdar (Green Mountain), near the Algerian border . As a neighboring country and neighbor, Algeria was the first country to be worried by a possible outcome of these projects military base. As military experts including Swedes, have suggested that the first mission of this foundation is to protect Libya against any foreign aggression. But what is foreign threats Algeria to Libya? In fact, the course of the project is to create a situation of constant tension in the region and maintain a division inside the heart of the Libyan society.

First, to regional tensions with neighboring Algeria, it will be fueled by the omnipresent threat border by a Western army. A presence that irritates the highest point in Algeria makes the national sovereignty, an immutable principle. As for the internal division, it will be maintained by creating a rivalry between the pros and cons, the foreign military presence on Libyan soil. For some of the Libyans, the existence of any military base on its territory will be synonymous with weakness and a lack of sovereignty. So, it will lead to the creation of two areas in Libya: on area which will be secured, that where there are fields and oil sites, useful resources. The other region, the rest of the country will be delivered to instability, terrorist attacks, rebel groups and the explosions. The Libya will be the copy of the Iraq. Today, Baghdad awash bombs and explosions while Kirkuk, the oil-rich North, flowers in total security. So goes the world.


Gee , IDF along way from the Holy Land.

Jebel Akhdar (Green Mountain), near the Algerian border

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