By Russ Baker
on Oct 20, 2011
In light of Muammar Qaddafi’s apparent death—and in anticipation of the deluge of news “coverage” that will tell us little of substance about what happened in Libya this past year, and, more importantly, why—we’d like to offer some answers, taken from our reporting over that period. (And please share this information with your friends and colleagues; an informed public is a public not easily duped.)
Read comprehensive coverage of the real story in Libya here:
The Libya Secret: How the West Cooked Up the “People’s” Uprising
Media Nonsense in Libya Coverage
US Senators of Both Parties Collude On Libya Deception
How a Rape Allegation Played a Role in Weakening Qaddafi
Did Qaddafi Really Order Mass Rapes? Or is This Disinformation?
What’s Really Behind the Libya Intervention (Hint: It’s not about humanitarianism)
Early Questions About Western Objectives in Libya
The CIA’s Man in Libya
Libya Rape Charge: View With Caution
How Qaddafi Played Ball With US Intel
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