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  • Criminal NATO Plan to Occupy Libya
    NATO Prepares New State Radio, Mass Arrest of ‘Fifth Column’ Opponents of Rebel Regime.

A 70-page plan detailing NATO designs for the occupation of post-Gaddafi Libya, and apparently signed off on by the political leadership of the rebel Transitional Council in East Libya has been leaked, and paints a grim picture of the new regime NATO is planning on installing after the war.
The plan includes keeping large portions of the current security apparatus intact, with a number of the leaders on condition of loyalty to the new, pro-West regime.
Even more controversial will be the “Tripoli task force,” a 15,000-man force operated (Blackwater) by the United Arab Emirates which will, after Gaddafi is out of power, occupy the capital city of Tripoli and conduct mass arrests of Gaddafi’s top supporters.
http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/16/world/middleeast/16prince.html

The arrests won’t stop there, as of course they never do for a regime looking to stifle dissent. Indeed the plan also includes discussion of a new state radio network that will broadcast orders to the public to support the new government, and warning anti-Gaddafi factions that haven’t endorsed the new regime to stand down. The assumption in the report is that these factions, termed a “fifth column,” would also be arrested. The new state media will of course be necessitated all the more by the NATO attacks on the existing media.

The Transitional Council confirmed the authenticity of the report, and while the rebel ambassador to the UAE expressed “regret” that the truth had come out he said it was “important that the general public knows there is an advance plan.” It is a plan that likely won’t sit well with the protesters who were demanding democratic reform, nor those NATO members who acquiesced to the war on the assumption that it was doing something other than swapping brutal regimes in Libya.
http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/world/iraq-haunts-plans-for-post-gaddafi…
http://news.antiwar.com/2011/08/08/nato-attack-on-libyan-tv-station-condemned/