You stand them up, supply them with cash and weapons, and declare them as your allies . . . you own them.
The killings were pitiless.
They had taken place at a makeshift hospital, in a tent marked clearly with the symbols of the Islamic Crescent. Some of the dead were on stretchers, attached to intravenous drips. Some were on the back of an ambulance that had been shot at. A few were on the ground, seemingly attempting to crawl to safety when the bullets came.
Around 30 men lay decomposing in the heat. Many of them had their hands tied behind their back, either with plastic handcuffs or ropes. One had a scarf stuffed into his mouth. Almost all of the victims were black men. Their bodies had been dumped near the scene of two of the fierce battles between rebel and regime forces in Tripoli.
Libyan rebels carry out reprisal attacks
Crimes against humanity mounting in Libya courtesy of US and NATO
Disturbing Trend in Tripoli: Reports of Executions and Abandoned Bodies
African ‘mercenaries’ are executed in cold-blood by rebels in Libya
Atrocities taint rebel victory
Black Africans executed in cold-blood by rebels in Libya
Obama said we went into Libya to protect civilians. It all turned out to be a big lie. What we got is up to our neck complicity in brutal, cold blooded war crimes committed by our “rebel allies”. If we can’t control their savage “Allahu Akbar” asses, we have no business whatsoever slathering them with cash, weapons, arstrikes, and formal diplomatic recognition.
/Samantha Power must be so proud
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