Herland Report TV, Hanne Nabintu Herland speaks to Linda Ulstein ait Arezki, about the heartbreaking humanitarian tragedy in Libya post 2011 NATO.
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Mme. Ulstein: “Thank you for giving me the chance to raise the voice for those in prison in Libya, suffering under the eyes of the West.”
This says the President and Founder of the Norwegian Organization for Human Rights in Libya, Mme. Linda Ulstein Ait Arezki.
She is originally from Algeria, Libya’s neighboring country.
“Thanks to the 2011 NATO attack on Libya, there are so many suffering in the prisons in Libya, without justice.The humanitarian tragedy Libya is massive. If it was not for this intervention, Libya would never have come to this chaos.”
“It is very chaotic, it is the shame as the Libyan people pay the price. We heard that NATO went there to bring democracy and save lives, but it is the very opposite that happened.”
Mme. Ulstein: Heartbreaking humanitarian tragedy in Libya: “Today you have numerous prisons in Libya, run by militia war lords. The Ain Zara B and Ain Zara B, the Rwimi prison, in Benghazi as well where Haftar rules with his son. You have Zikketh, the military base in Misrata with women, old people, young people and children in prison.”
“The West and all these nations are after the oil and gas of Libya. All those who participated in this, Britain, France, Sarkozy, Qatar. Before 2011, Libya used to be the richest country in Africa.”
“NATO brought the blood to Libya. NATO brought the terrorists to Libya, the end of happiness, NATO brought the end of Libya.”
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“The happiness was finished in 2011. There is no money now in the banks, I have an aunt who lives there, she has not gotten her salary for one year.”
“The ones who betrayed Gaddafi took all the money and shared it with the West. There is only suffering for the regular Libyans now.”
Mme. Ulstein: Heartbreaking humanitarian tragedy in Libya: “It is a big drama what happened to the Loyal people of the Regime of Muammar Gaddafi. In the Ain Zara, I stay in contact with many prisoners. There are children there, handicapped. It is horrifying the stories. And all of this suffering is thanks to the NATO invasion in 2011.”
“This is atrocities against humanity on a level that is incomprehensible. And nobody reacts. Nobody cares about this happening to Libyans.”
“Year after year, the ruthless militias are allowed to continue, so long as whoever wants the Libyan oil gets it. It is a massive, massive tragedy and no human rights for Libyans.”
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Mme. Ulstein: “You know, when the revolution of 17th of February, 2011 happened, Muammar Gaddafi gave the order to take them to the hospital and help them. He said “this is a plan from the West, and the people don’t know the plan and what is really going on. They are victims”.”
“It is the very opposite as of what the media was saying. All the West cared about was to finish Gaddafi and stop the gold currency and the independent Africa that Gaddafi was planning.”
“The whole project of the war was to stop the CFA currency and the gold backed currency and the independent Africa.”
“The main point of the war was to take control of the Libyan oil, to take control over the Libyan Investment Fund, the money of the Libyan people. There is a big humanitarian tragedy in Libya, a big scandal.”
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