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Saturday, March 03, 2012

Libyian "Freedom Fighters" Desecrate Commonwealth War Graves of WW2







What a proud moment to see the allies of N.A.T.O on the ground in the New Israeli/Western created Libya destroying War Graves of the fallen from the North African campaign during WW2.

I wonder if my uncle who served with distinction at Tobruk in 1941 would think it was all worth it if he could see the world today? If he was still around he probably would agree with my Grand Father who served in the Pacific and Africa that we fought for the wrong side in Europe.
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Yes folks under the old regime, before the N.A.T.O supported al-Qaeda rebels in Libya. The anti Zionist ruler of Libya Gaddafi respected the monuments and war cemeteries of the Commonwealth for over 40 years. Hell he was even nominated only months before his N.A.T.O sponsored assassination to receive a UN Human rights award.

"Before NATO and the U.S. started bombing Libya, the United Nations was preparing to bestow an award on Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, and the Libyan Jamahiriya, for its achievements in the area of human rights"


Benghazi War Cemetery to be fully restored

"It’s now reported from Benghazi that two Commonwealth War Graves cemeteries have been damaged in attacks over the weekend – both the Benghazi War Cemetery and now the Benghazi British Military Cemetery. We are awaiting a detailed report but in both cemeteries, headstones were broken and disfigured. Both cemeteries will be restored to a standard befitting the sacrifice of those commemorated at Benghazi, but this could take some time because we will need to source replacement stones. We will also need to be sure that it’s safe for the detailed work to be carried out, but in the meantime we will ensure that temporary markers are erected over the graves. We have no reports of any maintenance staff being injured in the attack"

But Libya is now free, why isn't it safe? The aL-Qaeda partners of N.A.T.O are a friendly lot. But are we not as I speak fighting aL-Qaeda in Afghanistan? Feeling a tad confused? Wondering who the real good guys are yet? Thats how my Grand Father felt in and or around the late 60's.

At least in death our brave veterans who fell in all the Wars for Israel have been spared the pain of seeing what they were fooled into fighting for. Lest we forget!


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