The Illegal War on Libya by Cynthia McKinney

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In 2011, former Congresswoman and 2008 Green Party candidate for President, Cynthia McKinney, took a delegation of observers to Libya to monitor NATO’s purported humanitarian intervention. Prefaced by Ramsey Clark, this collection of essays includes scholarly and legal analysis, as well as personal accounts by witnesses to the NATO assault on a helpless civilian population it had a UN mandate to protect, and the massive media propaganda campaign that made it possible. It responds to the many questions left unanswered by a complicit mainstream media, such as: • Why Libya, not Bahrain, Yemen or Egypt? • What was life in Libya like under Qadhafi? • What is the truth about the so-called “Black Mercenaries"? • What was the role of Western NGOs and the International Criminal Court? • What about Africom’s Plans for Africa? • What did it have to do with Liby’a independent central bank, its oil, its plans for an African currency, its efforts to free African states from the coils of the Bretton Woods Institutions? Cynthia McKinney and other contributors to this volume were in Libya during the period of the NATO bombardment of Libyan cities, and were among the few independent voices to report on the tragedy.

About Cynthia McKinney

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Cynthia McKinney is a former Green Party Candidate for President of the United States, and a former Congresswoman. She was the first African American woman to represent Georgia in the House and was re-elected in 1994. Cynthia McKinney is internationally known and recognized for her social justice activism. She was awarded the 'Peace through Conscience' award from the Munich American Peace Committee (MAPC). McKinney has been featured in a full-length documentary titled American Blackout. On April 14, 2006, she received the key to the city of Sarasota, Florida.
Published September 11, 2013 by Clarity Press. 308 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, History, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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