Monthly Archives: May 2011

Bombing of Libya: Russian, Chinese and Indian diplomacy

Libya is still bombed by NATO and the Libyan civilians are the first victims of these bombings. They are not only wounded and killed but they are also victim of the total destruction of the country as was the case with the NATO bombings of Yugoslavia which destroyed hospitals, schools, bridges, warehouses and so on.

If the U.N. and the U.N.-members will really protect the Libyan civilians, NATO has to stop its bombings and there must come an immediately ceasefire. Thereafter all the Libyan parties have to start negotiations (without foreign interference) for the rebuilding of the country. That’s the only solution.

We will contact the Russian, Chinese and Indian embassies about it.


Photo: NATO bombed also the Chinese embassy during the bombings of Yugoslavia. Three Chinese were killed. More then 20 Chinese were severely wounded.


Facebook, G8, Sarkozy and the bombing of Libya

Mark Zuckerberg, the boss of Facebook, was the most anticipated speaker of the G8 summit of last week.

On 15th April 2011, the British, American and French leaders David Cameron, Barack Obama and Nicolas Sarkozy said that the Libyan leader
Gaddafi must ‘go and go for good before rebuilding of the country could begin’, rejecting calls for an immediate ceasefire…

Photo: Nicolas Sarkozy and Mark Zuckerberg (25.5.2011)


NATO continues to bomb Libya. In Tripoli, NATO aircraft bombed the civilian hospital. The hospital is badly damaged and dozens of civilians were killed or injured.
NATO bombed also the hospitals and schools of Yugoslavia.


NATO aviation also targeted many hospitals and health-care institutions, which have been partially damaged or totally destroyed, including: Hospital and Medical Centre in the territory in Leskovac; Hospital and Poly-clinic in Nis; Gerontological Centre in Leskovac; General Hospital in Djakovica; City Hospital in Novi Sad; Gynaecological Hospital and Maternity Ward of the Clinical Centre in Belgrade; Neuropsychiatric Ward “Dr. Laza Lazarevic” and Central Pharmacy of the Emergency Centre in Belgrade; Army Medical Academy in Belgrade; Medical Centre and Ambulance Centre in Aleksinac; “Sveti Sava” hospital in Belgrade; Medical Centre in Kraljevo; Dispensary on Mount Zlatibor; Health Care Centre in Rakovica;


Over 190 schools, faculties and facilities for students and children were damaged or destroyed (over 20 faculties, 6 collages, 40 secondary and 80 elementary schools, 6 student dormitories), including: Elementary schools “16. oktobar” and “Vladimir Rolovic” in Belgrade; Day-care centre in settlement Petlovo Brdo in Belgrade; Two secondary schools in the territory of Nis; Elementary schools “Toza Markovic”, “Djordje Natosevic”, “Veljko Vlahovic”, “Sangaj” and “Djuro Danicic” and a day-care centre “Duga” in Novi Sad and creches in Visarionova Street and in the neighbourhood of Sangaj; Traffic School Centre, Faculty of Philosophy; Four elementary schools and a Medical high school in the territory of Leskovac; Elementary school in Lucane, as well as a larger number of education facilities in the territory of Kosovo and Metohija; Faculties of Law and Economics and elementary school “Radoje Domanovic” in Nis; Elementary schools in Kraljevo and the villages of Cvetka, Aketa and Ladjevci; In Sombor: elementary schools “Ivo Lola Ribar”, “A. Mrazovic”, “N. Vukicevic” and “Nikola Tesla” in Kljajicevo; School centre in Kula; Elementary school and Engineering secondary school centre in Rakovica;

(Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of FR Yugoslavia)

Human Rights: die in an Irish prison

An inmate has died in prison in Northern Ireland, the Prison Service said.

Remand prisoner Aaron Hogg, 21, was pronounced dead in his Maghaberry Prison cell on Sunday.

The Police Service of Northern Ireland, coroner and Prisoner Ombudsman have launched investigations into the death.

A spokesman for the Co Antrim prison said on Sunday: “The Northern Ireland Prison Service (NIPS) regrets to announce the death in custody of a remand prisoner at Maghaberry Prison this morning.”

His family has been informed.

Director general of the prison service Colin McConnell said: “The Northern Ireland Prison Service (NIPS) deeply regrets this tragedy and our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this difficult time.

“We should also spare a thought for those members of NIPS staff who have to cope personally and professionally with these distressing events.”

Hogg was on remand accused of the attempted murder of a man aged 18 in north Belfast last September. It was in connection with an alleged assault in Silverstream Gardens. He was also accused of causing actual bodily harm.

Earlier this month two prisoners died at Hydebank in south Belfast, which holds young offenders and women. Samuel Carson, 19, died despite efforts by prison staff to revive him in his cell at the prison’s Elm 1 wing. Carson had been awaiting trial on charges of sexual activity with a child.

Frances McKeown, 23, was found in her cell a few hours later during a routine check by staff in Ash 4 wing. McKeown had admitted hijacking a car, possessing a knife, dangerous driving and three counts of criminal damage to police cars. She was awaiting sentencing.

NATO hits Chinese embassy

In 1999 the Chinese embassy in the Yugoslav capital, Belgrade, had been hit and set on fire during Nato air strikes on the city. Three people were reported to have died including a correspondent for the official Chinese news agency, Xinhua. At least 20 were injured. A statement on Chinese television said the government severely condemned a “barbaric attack and a gross violation of Chinese sovereignty”. And that is all. In the UN, China has the same power as Liechtenstein.


The American president Obama and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said some weeks ago that ‘no ground troops will be sent to Libya’. UN Chief Ban Ki-moon called on Mai 11, 2011 for a ‘Libya Cease Fire.’ They all seem to have lied because NATO admiral Stavridis said today that Libya ‘may need foreign stabilisation force’.

More and more Libyan civilians are victims of NATO-bombings.
It is time that the Russian, Chinese and Indian political leaders who condemned the NATO bombing of Libya, use their veto at the UN if they want to remain credible.
We know that the UN is not a democratic institution because it blocks all the UN resolutions critical of Israel at the request of Washington. But does that mean that the other UN members have no power? If that is the case, then the UN which cost a lot of money, can better be dismantled.

Photo: Chinese President Hu Jintao who has warned on March 30 2011 that coalition airstrikes on Libya ‘could violate the spirit of the UN resolution on the North African country if civilians are killed in the process.’

Keep your hands off from Libya: manifestation

International Conference “Remove your hands away from Libya” : On 17 and 18 April 2011, was held in Tripoli, the first meeting of THE NGO INTERNATIONAL CONTACT GROUP ON LIBYA.
[PCN-TV] ELAC Committees in Tripoli BAB… par PCN-NCP-TV

Jointly organized by the Libyan Association “Stop War Foundation”, the National Organization of Libyan Youth.
([PCN-TV] ELAC Committees in Tripoli BAB EL-AZIZIA)