Saturday, 30 July 2011



LYBIAN CRISIS: Lybian crisis - From No Fly Zone To Regim Change

LYBIAN CRISIS: Lybian crisis - From No Fly Zone To Regim Change: "Now the BBC have helped us to understand who killed Major General Abdel Fatah Younes. We now see that these Rebles are not even truthful and..."

Lybian crisis - From No Fly Zone To Regim Change

Now the BBC have helped us to understand who killed Major General Abdel Fatah Younes. We now see that these Rebles are not even truthful and credible enough to control Lybia.
Why the British government is so particular baffels me. Willian Hague- the one time failed Conservative Leader- is now Foreign Secretary . From the very begining of this crisis , he bungled. He keeps on making wrong judgenemts that sucks Britain more and more into this usless war. Just listin to some of the answers giving to BBC Radio 4 interviewers' questions and the reckless answers some so called diplomats/ military experts(AKA Lord DONOT or something like that)/government supporters give. You can see that they have no hope yet want to keep the "STIFF UPPER BRITISH LIP" to cover the shame. Many good British people have spoken in protest of this rubbish involvement.
It is time for Africans to back to the UN General Assembly to review this carnage NATO is inflicting on Lybia. More and more civilians are dying, not trotected. Collateral damage is no explanation. What is legitimate military target? Bombing Television Stations/ TV Ariels/TV Saterlite Dishes- are these legitimate military targets? Bombing people private residence, killikg innocent people for what?
Recognising the Rebles- are we going to see this reckless policy applied all over the world now? In Burmer, in Columbia, in the Phillipians, in Mexico. So when we see soldiers and/or rebels now in African countries, Britain/USA/ FRANCE(they already did that in Ivory Coast anyway)/All NATO states will recognise these REBLES. Well, why is the West ignoring SOMALILAND then? Why is that peaceful North of Somalia not recognised up till now.
BRITISH HYPOCRACY- The UN Resolution called for No Fly Zone to prtect civilians in Bengazi - Now we have a policy -clear cut policy- of REGIM CHANGE and yet Hague says, "its up to the people of Lybia..." What A FAKE!!

Lybian crisis- From nNo Fly Zone to Regim Change.


Thanks to AWARENESS TIMES- Freetown Sierra Leone for this piece of news. [ Photo from Cokorioko
Two Significant Western Area Indigenes Resign from SLPP (One Country; One People slogan under Threat) :Josephine Mac-Thompson & John Ernest Leigh say goodbye
Dec 16, 2011, 17:16

Two Significant Western Area Indigenes Resign from SLPP (One Country; One People slogan under Threat)
Josephine Mac-Thompson & John Ernest Leigh say goodbye

December 15, 2011

Mr. Sulaiman Tejan-Sie


Sierra Leone People's Party

Wallace-Johnson Street


Dear Sir:

After much careful thought and deep soul-searching over time, I have concluded that I must exit the party that I have genuinely long labored to promote and modernize against impossible odds.

In deciding to resign my party membership, I have categorically rejected any and all advice and recommendations from deeply loyal party friends I respect and who repeatedly pleaded with me to stay put.

Clearly, while many fine personalities continue as loyal, hard working party members nationwide and abroad, someone with my background, experience and upbringing cannot belong to a political party fronted by ex-junta personalities and under the sordid influence of those I personally know as nation-wreckers, money-grubbing lying rogues, false pretenders for money and such-like characters; not to mention the widespread acceptance in secret and off-camera of voodoo juju-swear ceremonies as part and parcel of the party's unofficial 'democratic' process in selecting its leadership.

Accordingly, please enter my resignation, effective today, from my membership of the Sierra Leone People's Party as well as any patron or committee positions that may have been assigned me.

Thank you for your kind cooperation.



John E. Leigh


Mr. John O. Benjamin, SLPP Chairman

Dr. Alieu Massaquoi, Acting Secretary-General, SLPP New England, USA Chapter

Mr. Murtada Tunis, Secretary-General, SLPPNA

“I wept because that was the greatest ungratefulness I have ever heard!”- Josephine E. Mac-Thompson (December 2011)

Thursday, 28 July 2011

Lybian crisis

The chief of staff of the National Transistion Council in Bengazi has been Killed. The Head of the Council said he was killed by Gadafi's loyalist. Aljezeera repeats this claim. Why does the BBC world Service News keep saying he was killed by "armed gang"? This man wss fighting in the front line. He was then summond to appear in front of the council to answer some questions on "military matters" according to the council. Suddenly he was shot dead before getting there. . Then the council try to blame Gadafi's loyalists. It seems to me that he was suspected to have some relations with GadFI'S SIDE SO THE ntc rEBLES KILLED HIM. IS THERE ANY CREDIBILITY ON THESE REBLES NOW- THEY ARE TRYING TO LIE THEIR WAY OUT -SAYING GADAFI LOYALISTS KILLED HIM.
THIS IT IS NOTED TAKES PLACE A DAY AFTER WILLIAM HAGUE TRY TO GIVE THE NTC SOME CREDIBILITY. Does any one know who these people are. I want to hear from the Arab Laegeu Secregenerak now. I want to hear from NATO secretary General now. I want to hear from the USA, SOUTH AFRICA, NIGERIA, GABON now. Do they now regret their Vote in the Secyrity Council for a No Fly Zone. Now we have Regim change, breaching of UN sanctions bty Britain,France and USA. We are going to see the lybiann version of SOMALIA soon. A dvided war torn country. It is a pity for the Lybians -East or West