Libyan University Bombed – Thousands of Civilians Killed
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As NATO attacks continue in Libya, former U.S. Congresswoman, (and former presidential candidate) Cynthia McKinney went to the country on a non-governmental fact-finding mission to see what exactly is going on in the war-torn country. Cynthia McKinney believes the bombardments of Libyan cities and other measures taken by NATO, causing civilian casualties, represent the idea of “collective punishment.”
* Globalist.Org Reports 15,000 Killed In Libya
The corporate media usually dismisses Libyan claims that the NATO terror campaign is killing innocent civilians. “Interestingly, the efforts of the Washington Post, New York Times, Associated Press, and others to portray Libya claims on the bombings as ‘absurd’ are patently false and are merely efforts to defend in the court of public opinion, the indefensible bombing of civilians going about their lives in a heavily populated area,” Cynthia McKinney wrote on June 7 fromTripoli. “The people of Tripoli endure the trauma of repeated bombings in their immediate environment.”
The Washington Post headlined “Libya government fails to prove claims of NATO casualties” and the Los Angeles Times headline blared, “Libya officials put a spin on a conflict.” These bombs and missiles are not falling in empty spaces: people are all over Tripoli going about their lives just as in any other major metropolitan city of about two million people.