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Clare Daly MEP on 11th Anniversary of the death of Libya's Gadaffi by NATO

category international | politics / elections | news report author Saturday December 03, 2022 21:34author by 1 of Indy Report this post to the editors

On Nov 30th Clare Daly MEP railed against the result of the vote on the Common Security Defence Policy ( #CSDP ) report when she took to twitter to declare:

A decade of militarisation in Europe is bearing bitter fruit. But Parliament is on track to draw exactly the wrong lesson. #CSDP report voted today in committee calls for more spending, more weapons, more #NATO.

And she went on to criticize NATO in her address to the EU -see video clip

After 11th anniversary of #Gaddafi's death during #NATO's assault on #Libya - all in the name of freedom, democracy & human rights - we'd do well to remember what happened next: terror, death, lawlessness, rape, poverty, starvation. Libya riven by conflict. That's NATO's legacy.

src: https://twitter.com/ClareDalyMEP/status/1597954104889778176

A decade of militarisation in Europe is bearing bitter fruit. But Parliament is on track to draw exactly the wrong lesson. #CSDP report voted today in committee calls for more spending, more weapons, more #NATO.


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#Gaddafi's #Libya🇱🇾 was a plank of regional stability. NATO's cataclysm plunged the wider #Maghreb, #Mediterranean, #Sahara & #Sahel into turmoil, seeding conflict & instability in 🇲🇱🇳🇪🇧🇫 & others. But for gore-soaked liberal 'humanitarians,' it's nothing more than a punchline.


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The Left stands against militarism & war. Our minority position:
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src: https://twitter.com/ClareDalyMEP/status/1597997116965593088?cxt=HHwWgICpzan6nK0sAAAA

War is hell. But not for those who profit. To them war is business. Behind lofty rhetoric on Ukraine a feeding frenzy is now underway, as #EU countries exploit war to unlock ever greater tranches of public money for armament & militarisation. @TNInstitute
: https://www.tni.org/en/publication/smoke-screen

Related Link: https://twitter.com/ClareDalyMEP

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