My feelings as well....since I don't trust the ego mined...much love, kate
p.s. I follow my heart only
The plan to cancel the mandate comes despite a request from Libya's interim government for the Security Council to wait until the National Transitional Council makes a decision on whether it wants NATO to help it secure its borders.
The 15-nation council will meet at 10:00 am EDT [1400 GMT] to vote on a British-drafted resolution, obtained by Reuters news agency, that would terminate the UN mandate which set the no-fly zone over Libya and permitted foreign military forces to use "all necessary measures" to protect Libyan civilians.
If the resolution is approved, as expected, the UN mandate would lapse on October 31. - Reuters ...
The French defence minister has said he does not see a need to extend NATO's mission in Libya, now that Muammar Gaddafi is dead and a new government is in charge.
Gerard Longuet said on Thursday that the international community should still help the new Libyan leadership but with a new mandate, focusing on political instead of military support."
I was very glad to see it.
With NATO's track record the Security Council should have known that protecting civilians would turn into regime change, to the detriment of many innocent people
In the future these types of resolutions need some type of quality control mechanism where the plug can be pulled if things get to far out of whack, as they obviously did with Libya. Like a 90 day renewal mechanism, or better yet, greater due diligence on the part of the council to see if it's even needed in the first place. Which in my opinion wasn't the case with Libya. Democracies like Northern Ireland, Israel and others, did and or do use torture, targeted killings and summary executions against unarmed civilians. It's an unethical double standard to enact resolutions against non democratic governments, and ignore the same practice by democracies.
3,000 civilians die a year in NATO's unnecessary war in Afghanistan, and have for 10 years, every year. It's pure hypocrisy to pass resolutions against Libya, when NATO is doing the same thing 10 fold over just in Afghanistan, not to mention all of their other criminality. Which unlike Libya, aren't even domestic security issues. Narcotics cultivation and prison torture are rampant in Afghanistan, NATO's criminality is plain for all to see.
There are legitimate grievances in the middle east, but those exist everywhere. NATO was and is fueling violence in the middle east as part of their regime change efforts, in violation of international law and the UN Charter, prohibiting armed intrusion into other nations affairs with guns, money, and operative support. Which is exactly what NATO is doing.
This should be investigated by the International Criminal Court for censorship and or prosecution against the offending states and players. So that we can get a handle on the war mongers, and shut down their illicit behavior. So that the purported ET quarantine of our planet to prevent the export of hostilities into space can be lifted. And we can import medical and industrial technology, including star ships, for a better future. And we can finally disembark from our cosmic shores to travel the universe and beyond in freedom and dignity.
I created the term first minister when I was working on the Northern Ireland peace process, and met with people who held or hold those positions.
You don't know who I am, and may never know, and quite frankly, I really don't care, because all that I care about is being effective. The people running this planet, including kings, queens, presidents and prime ministers, generals, admirals, agency and department directors and secretaries do, and that's all that matters.
I don't work for a government, I couldn't do the type of work that I do if I did. I'm successfully self employed, nobody is paying me, it's all volunteer work. It doesn't work for everyone, but it does for me.
You're repeating standard think tank psyop disinfo in a blame shifting exercise, because from the sounds of it, you don't understand the way that the world works, I do. Because I've been doing this type of work from the inside with the people on the control levers. I've learned over decades of hard earned experience what works and what doesn't. It's not a monolith of Bilderbergers or other conspiracy theories about banker cabals. It's factionalized, that's the way that the world really works. And it goes far beyond what you mentioned, power isn't that concentrated. When you learn to use it effectively, is when you develop working relationships with others that have it, and develop the ability to set and achieve goals.
I'm a globalist, but I'm not in it for the money, and I'm not dark cabal, I'm a christian humanist, that's where my values lie.
I tried to explain to you about the voter component of the geopolitical equation, and you didn't want to listen, so I don't know how much more I can provide you, if you don't want to deal with the basics. You're not alone, a lot of people want to live in escapism fantasy, rather than deal with reality.
As with everything, I put this firmly in the mirror to get a proper look. When I speak, I speak in reference to the all, not the one..much truth in the Kybalion and universal laws if one cares to stand under them as agreed to by all...call it the game structure...I, like you, am a volunteer/servant to the all, not the "fictionalized/dualities" that has rightly buggered this world and has for millennium. I simply choose not to debate, merely observe. Egos need defending and creates the duality that truly separates us from the "one". If one cannot govern their own mineds and hearts, they are incapable to select those that shall for them. such is the nature of free will choice. You have also no idea who I am either and what I have been doing with many others to bring down the veils of the illusion so firmly wrought upon mankind to the point of sleepy oblivion where they care more about getting a ten dollar toaster at Wall-mart and kill people during the stampedes. This is what the "governments" of this world created, not I and I will choose to be the master of my own determinism in perfected anarchy. I would surmise that what has never worked in the past and being reinforced in the now is sheer and utter lunacy/insanity. Trying to fix the same problem with the same configurations is proof enough of that for me. Problem-reaction-solution is the SOP for globalists and cabals alike but I will hazard to say that you won't see that and spiffle off about my sense of "fantasy" choosing the 180 degree position from yours. Last time I checked, my mirror was what needed fixed, no-one else's....may I suggest a trip to the mirror and start asking self some really hard questions about self? The hardest thing any of us will ever face is the raging evil within ourselves and the perpetuation of this ego-virus game called "earth". And, you're right, the power most certainly isn't concentrated at all...it is equally divided amongst Gaia's 7 billion neurons called humanity as is the equal share of responsibilty of the mess we're in. The problem is, as I see it, is the ego-centrical aspect of the very few HQ'd in Rome and a few other places to see fit that man remains the slave to serve them in this recurring "groundhog day" movie...I have a feeling that you puff on a pipe on occasion so....how's about you put that in it for a while and see how that smokes for ya?....my values rest in every man woman and child on this earth....blame shifting?...sorry, I picked me as my first target and moved on from there.....much love and actually, i do care who you are, katie
p.s. Belfast born btw...no coincidences, all things for a reason
I don't post my picture or name for privacy and security reasons.
One of my projects is developing Northern Ireland into a principality. Northern Ireland has a permanent seat on the UN Security Council by name in the UN Charter as part of the UK. With the advent of a functional NI government, the council now has six governments, the British and NI being two separate though related governments. My thoughts are to move the UN to NI from NY. Where it will be on neutral territory without the conflicts of interest that it currently suffers from.
The industrial revolution that began in the mid 1800s lead to an exponential growth in population, and in most places, an improving standard of living. The studies that I've looked at indicate that the planet's population is going to level off at around 10 billion people this century, assuming that medical technology provides life extension. Without it the population is projected to peak and then decline.
This century should see the eradication of poverty and pollution on our planet using off the shelf and in development indigenous technology as the population stabilizes, without an infusion of off planet technology. Off planet technology purportedly allows materials production from energy, rather than natural resources as feed stock. Which should allow the mass production of new municipalities for the elimination of poverty and pollution faster than if it is done with conventional terrestrial technology. And can also dematerialize matter for efficient waste management. My assumption is that it's also weaponizable in a manner that makes nukes look like kitchen matches. So it needs to managed in a responsible manner.
I've been offered on again, off again transportation arrangements for a ship to be brought to a clandestine location to pick me up and bring me up to the big ships to talk with the ETs about these matters. If you've read any of the discourse between Drekx and I, you can see that there's a divergence of views as to what our civilization's future should consist of.
At this point I've located a suitable rendezvous location, and obtained the requested GPS coordinates for it. After I received the offer I was in an altercation with what appears to have been a hostile ET predator or possibly a weapons probe, I never saw the shooter, that resulted in a beam weapon injury to my face and upper jaw, I've got a permanent 1 inch diameter 1/4 deep entry wound scar below my left check bone from it. An inch or two higher and it would have been an eye socket, and I'd probably be blind in one eye now.
So this required additional security preparations for developing as a contactee. Such as pistol permits in four states with extensive reciprocity, weapons training, and back up from people capable of providing it if it's needed. The LZ is quite remote and difficult to get to, and there's no cell phone or mobile broadband service there, which leaves satellite and surplus military communications equipment, augmented by a color coded flare/smoke cartridge signal pistol system of the type shown on my home page. I'm planning to get back up to the LZ with communications equipment to do some testing.
The storms are starting early out west this year, with up to or over two feet of snow in some places, so I'll have to access the avalanche factor as part of the trip planning.
I've been in the room at Stormont with the three big seats.
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"The United Nations Security Council has voted unanimously to end NATO's no-fly zone over Libya, despite the country's calls for a delay.
The 15-member body voted on Thursday to end the no-fly zone, in place since March, from 11:59pm Libyan time (21:59 GMT) on October 31.
NATO, which carried out the airstrikes that played a key role in the downfall of Muammar Gaddafi, the former Libyan leader, is due to meet Friday in Brussels to formally declare an end to its seven-month-old air operations.
The meeting will also discuss new ways to help the National Transitional Council, which is now in control of Libya.
Al Jazeera’s Kristen Saloomey, reporting from the United Nations headquarters in New York, said a unanimous decision was not unexpected, but it came very quickly.
"Clearly there was a lot pressure in the council particularly coming from countries like Russia and China to wrap up the no-fly zone and NATO’s involvement in Libya," she said.
"The resolution that was adopted today ends the protection of civilians mandate and ends the no-fly zone and also emphasises a need for the establishment of an inclusive and representative government in Libya."
The decision comes a day after Libya's interim leader Mustafa Abdel Jalil urged NATO to continue its Libya campaign until the end of the year to prevent Gaddafi loyalists from leaving the country.
Trial for killers of Gaddafi
Ibrahim Dabbashi, Libya's deputy UN envoy, had earlier told a UNSC meeting on Wednesday that the transitional council may have to ask for an extension of the mandate.
Dabbashi said Libyans were "looking forward to terminating the no-fly zone" and the mandate to protect civilians, but cautioned that Libya's armed forces were not yet ready to take on national security.
"We wish to ask you not to be hasty in adopting a resolution and we will inform you of the official decision of the NTC, which we hope will be done by the end of this month," Dabbashi told the meeting.
But many countries on the 15-member council wanted NATO to stick to its plan to end its Libya mission on October 31.
Vitaly Churkin, Russia's UN ambassador, said an extension past October 31 would be "unrealistic"."