Ok to be exact – there have always been refugees inside Africa because of civil war and economic problems and droughts.

But those people could not flee to Europe as long as Gaddafi was “sealing the bottle”.

Now with Gaddafi removed – 1 Million refugees came (largely from Syria and Iraq but also Marokko) to Germany.

Thanks a lot Hillary Clinton. 😀 I have heard your economy is doing so well – won’t you take like 500.000 refugees?

Everyone is to blame – that Africa is not a stable and prosperous for all continent. It has the potential – just as South America has – but largely because of corruption created by international companies selling arms and taking oil and diamons – it is violent and dangerous country with a massive gap between rich and poor. (also growing in US and Europe by the way)

jump to the exact point in the video: https://youtu.be/_sbT3_9dJY4?t=599

John Pilger: “Libya is such a source for much of the mayhem now in Syria the ISIL jihadism and so on – it was almost Hillary Clinton’s invasion”

Assange: “Libya more than anyone else’s war was Hillary Clinton’s war – Obama initially opposed it.

Who was the person who was championing it? Hillary Clinton!

That is documented throughout her E-Mails.

Blumenthal meets with President Bill Clinton in the Oval Office, 1997. Courtesy of the William J. Clinton Presidential Library, National Archives and Records Administration.

She put her favorite agent in effect Sydney Blumenthal

CAMBRIDGE – APRIL 23: Sidney Blumenthal, special assistant to President Clinton, discussing “The Presidency and America’s Future” in an ARCO Forum at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, in Cambridge, Mass. (Photo by Dominic Chavez/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)

on to that.

There are more than 1700 E-Mails out of the 33.000 Hillary Clinton E-Mails we published just about Libya.

It is not about that Libya has cheap oil.

She perceived the removal of Gaddafi and the overthrow of the Libyan State something she would use – to run in the general election for president.

Late 2011 – as a internal document the Libya Tick Tock that is produced for Hillary Clinton and it is a chronological description – on how Hillary Clinton was the central figure in the destruction of the Libyan state.

As a result 40.000 deaths in Libya – Jihadists moved in – ISIS moved in – that lead to the European migrant crisis.

That lead to the european refugee and migrant crisis.

Because not only did you have people fleeing Libya – people then fleeing Syria – destabilization of other African countries as a result of arms.

The Libyan state itself was no longer able to control movement of people through it.

Libya faces on to the Mediterranean see – so it had been effectively the cork in the bottle of Africa.

So all problems – economic problems – civil war in Africa – previously people fleeing those problems did not end up in Europe because Libya policed the Mediterraneans.

That was said explicitly at the time back in early 2011 by Gaddafi – “What are these Europeans think they are doing – bombing and destroying the Libyan state? There is going to be floods of migrants out of Africa and Jihadists into Europe.”

And that is exactly what happened.


From: Hillary Clinton
To: Oscar Flores
Date: 2011-09-02 15:28

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From: •
H <hrod17@clintonemail.com > Sent: Saturday, September 3, 2011 10:28 PM
To: Oscar Flores
Subject: Fw: tick tock on libya

PIs print for me.

From: Mills, Cheryl D [mailto:MiIIsCD@state.gov]
Sent: Monday, August 22, 2011 12:37 PM

To: H
Subject: FW: tick tock on libya

Here is Draft

From: Jake Sullivan [mailtc
Sent: Sunday, August 21, 2011 7:40 PM

To: Mills, Cheryl D; Nuland, Victoria
Subject: tick tock on libya

this is basically off the top of my head, with a few consultations of my notes. but it shows S’

leadership/ownership/stewardship of this country’s libya policy from start to finish. let me know what you
think. toria, who else might be able to add to this?

Secretary Clinton’s leadership on Libya

HRC has been a critical voice on Libya in administration deliberations, at NATO, and in contact group

meetings — as well as the public face of the U.S. effort in Libya.

She was instrumental in securing the authorization, building the coalition, and tightening the noose around Qadhafi and his regime.

February 25 — HRC announces the suspension of operations of the Libyan embassy in Washington.

February 26 — HRC directs efforts to evacuate all U.S. embassy personnel from Tripoli and orders the closing of

the embassy.

February 26 — HRC made a series of calls to her counterparts to help secure passage of UNSC 1970, which

imposes sanctions on Gaddafi and his family and refers Qadhafi and his cronies to the ICC

February 28 — HRC travels to Geneva, Switzerland for consultations with European partners on Libya.

She gives a major address in which she says:

“Colonel Qadhafi and those around him must be held accountable for these acts, which violate international legal obligations and common decency.

Through their actions, they have lost the legitimacy to govern.

And the people of Libya have made themselves clear: It is time for Qadhafi to go — now, without further violence or delay.”

She also works to secure the suspension of Libya from membership in the Human Rights Council.

Early March — HRC appoints Special Envoy Chris Stevens to be the U.S. representative to Benghazi

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March 14 — HRC travels to Paris for the G8 foreign minister’s meeting. She meets with TNC representative
Jibril and consults with her colleagues on further UN Security Council action. She notes that a no-fly zone will
not be adequate.

March 14-16 — HRC participates in a series of high-level video- and teleconferences with She is a leading voice for strong UNSC action and a NATO civilian protection mission.

March 17 — HRC secures Russian abstention and Portuguese and African support for UNSC 1973, ensuring that it passes.

1973 authorizes a no-fly zone over Libya and “all necessary measures” – code for military action – to protect civilians against Gaddafi’s army.

March 24 — HRC engages with allies and secures the transition of command and control of the civilian
protection mission to NATO. She announces the transition in a statement.

March 18-30— HRC engages with UAE, Qatar, and Jordan to seek their participation in coalition
operations. Over the course of several days, all three devote aircraft to the mission.

March 19 — HRC travels to Paris to meet with European and Arab leaders to prepare for military action to
protect civilians. That night, the first U.S. air strikes halt the advance of Gaddafi’s forces on Benghazi and

target Libya’s air defenses:

March 29 — HRC travels to London for a conference on Libya, where she is a driving force behind the creation
of a Contact Group comprising 20-plus countries to coordinate efforts to protect civilians and plan for a post-
Qadhafi Libya. She is instrumental in setting up a rotating chair system to ensure regional buy-in.

April 14 — HRC travels to Berlin for NATO meetings. She is the driving force behind NATO adopting a
communiqué that calls for Qadhafi’s departure as a political objective, and lays out three clear military
objectives: end of attacks and threat of attacks on civilians; the removal of Qadhafi forces from cities they
forcibly entered; and the unfettered provision of humanitarian access.

May 5 — HRC travels to Rome for a Contact Group meeting. The Contact Group establishes a coordination

system and a temporary financial mechanism to funnel money to the TNC.

June 8 — HRC travels to Abu Dhabi for another Contact Group meeting and holds a series of intense discussions
with rebel leaders.

June 12 — HRC travels to Addis for consultations and a speech before the African Union, pressing the case for a
democratic transition in Libya.

July 15 — HRC travels to Istanbul and announces that the U.S. recognizes the TNC as the legitimate government
of Libya. She also secures recognition from the other members of the Contact Group.

Late June — HRC meets with House Democrats and Senate Republicans to persuade them not to de-fund the
Libya operation.

July 16 — HRC sends Feltman, Cretz, and Chollet to Tunis to meet with Qadhafi envoys “to deliver a clear and
firm message that the only way to move forward, is for Qadhafi to step down”.

Early August — HRC works to construct a $1.5 billion assets package to be approved by the Security Council
and sent to the TNC. That package is working through its last hurdles.

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Early August — After military chief Abdel Fattah Younes is killed, S sends a personal message to TNC head
Jalil to press for a responsible investigation and a careful and inclusive approach to creating a new executive


Early August — HRC secures written pledges from the TNC to an inclusive, pluralistic democratic

transition. She continues to consult with European and Arab colleagues on the evolving situation.

United Nations Security Council Resolution 1973, on the situation in Libya

is a measure that was adopted on 17 March 2011. The Security Council resolution was proposed by France, Lebanon, and the United Kingdom.[1][2]

Ten Security Council members voted in the affirmative (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Colombia, Gabon, Lebanon, Nigeria, Portugal, South Africa, and permanent members France, the United Kingdom, and the United States). Five (Brazil, Germany, and India, and permanent members China and Russia) abstained, with none opposed.[3]

The resolution formed the legal basis for military intervention in the Libyan Civil War, demanding “an immediate ceasefire” and authorizing the international community to establish a no-fly zone and to use all means necessary short of foreign occupation to protect civilians.[4]