Exactly six years ago, on October 20th 2011, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was murdered, joining a long list of African revolutionaries martyred by the West for daring to dream of continental independence. Earlier that day, Gaddafi’s hometown of Sirte had been occupied by Western-backed militias, following a month-long battle during which NATO and their ‘rebel’ […]

via After Gaddafi: the West’s reconquest of Africa — Dan Glazebrook

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After Gaddafi: the West’s reconquest of Africa — Dan Glazebrook

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