Exciting Changes Predicted For The Next 2 Years: Global Economy

Just thought I’d “touch Base” and let readers know all about the exciting changes that have been predicted to occur over the next 2 years in regards to the Global Economy. The best expression to use would be that people are going to begin to “wake up”, to the absurdity of the present system and embrace the Human Path to Economic Security. Presently it is no longer a secret that the Global Economy is based exclusively upon 3 pillars.

The First pillar: Countries relying upon mass-manufactured, valueless currency by private entitties that they then owe for this privledge. The privately owned banks that manufacture this do not base their manufacture upon any actual holding of wealth within the particular countries to back-up their issue and yet for some bizarre reason these countries agree to owe them for this as well as pay them interest on this. Interest is another vapid invention that makes no sense at all. There is no reason for any individuals to pay interest on debt or to be able to collect interest on investments as these currencies are not only without value themselves but do not produce labour or contribute to the society in a way that would entitle it to increases beyond the base value.

The Second Pillar: Is debt. The countries that rely upon these private banks TAX their population. This ‘tax and spend” mentality is flawed as it completely misrepresents value to the people of the Globe. It is not this manufactured currency that has value but only the Human Labour that countries have been mislead to believe is somehow reliant upon this currency. There is no reason for any citizen to pay taxes. These are invented to pay the interest owed to these private banks.

The Third Pillar: Is privatization. This is a myth. The Planet does not belong to any species and it most certainly does not belong to any entitity. At no point in time has there ever been land or resources that were “owned” by any country or individual. For some odd reason the population of the Globe do not seem able to comprehend this simple fact. There are many individuals out there that labour just so that they can survive. They pay for their shelter, water, gas, electricity etc. There is no reason for this.
Within the next 2 years we should see the present Global Economy collapse and citizens awaken to the next Global economy that will be based upon Universal Human rights, the termination of all manner of privatization and the use of Human Labour itself as the economic driver.
All the rest of us have to do is be patient and “sit back, relax and enjoy the ride”.
To learn all about the how the Human Labour Value system will work one need only read this book that has been presented online for FREE.


Harper Finally Loses In Court: Constitution upheld for Sex-workers

Finally we see victory for those whose rights have been violated by absurd, moral-based, unconstitutional laws. The Sex-workers triumph over the stupid Stephen Harper government obsession with unconstitutional laws. They managed to win their constituitonal challenge and it is merely a matter of time before we (Project Freedom Canada) are also victorious. The story below shows that the truth is all that is important in a court of law.


Ontario Appeal Court strikes down ban on brothels

Two sex-trade laws ruled unconstitutional

By Geoff Nixon, CBC News

Posted: Mar 26, 2012 6:37 AM ET

Ontario’s Court of Appeal has ruled that sex workers should be able to legally take their trade indoors and pay staff to support them.

The court released a decision Monday on an appeal of Superior Court Judge Susan G. Himel’s high-profile ruling that three provisions of the Criminal Code pertaining to prostitution should be struck down on the grounds that they are unconstitutional.

The Ontario appeal court agreed with two-thirds of Himel’s ruling, namely that the provisions prohibiting common bawdy-houses and living off the avails of prostitution, are both unconstitutional in their current form.

But the court disagreed that the communicating provision must be struck down, meaning that it “remains in full force” and the existing ban on soliciting will continue.

Both Justice Minister Rob Nicholson and Ontario Attorney General John Gerretsen indicated that their respective departments would review the decision before deciding how to proceed.

“As the Prime Minister has said, prostitution is bad for society and harmful to communities, women and vulnerable persons,” Nicholson said in a statement released by his office.

“We are reviewing the decision and our legal options.”

The Ontario court said it will strike the word “prostitution” from the definition of “common bawdy-house,” as it applies to Section 210 of the Criminal Code, which otherwise prevents prostitutes from offering services out of fixed indoor locations such as brothels or their homes.

However, the court said the bawdy-house provisions would not be declared invalid for 12 months, so that Parliament can have a chance to draft Charter-compliant provisions to replace them, if it chooses to do so.

Concern for sex workers still on the street

Valerie Scott of Sex Professionals of Canada said most sex workers in the industry today are already operating indoors.

While Scott said she welcomed the court’s ruling, she expressed concern for sex workers who are still out on the street.

“I do worry about my street colleagues. What are they going to do?” Scott said Monday at a news conference in Toronto.

“We have to figure out something to make these women and men safe.”

Terri-Jean Bedford, a dominatrix and former prostitute, said sex workers are much better off working indoors where they do not face the same risks.

“When you are out on the street, the laws are horrible … and they move people into the shadows,” Bedford told CBC News Network Monday.

Ability to hire help

The court also said that the prohibition of living off the avails of prostitution – as spelled out in Section 212(1)(j) of the Criminal Code – should pertain only to those who do so “in circumstances of exploitation,” and will be amended to reflect that.

The changes to the “living-off-the-avails” provision will not come into effect for 30 days.

Scott said that allowing women to work with others and hire staff is another way of making sex work safer.

“When you have people around, generally, you don’t see as much violence.”

In the preamble to its judgment, the court said prostitution is legal in Canada, with “no law that prohibits a person from selling sex, and no law that prohibits another from buying it.”

While the court acknowledged that “prostitution is a controversial topic, one that provokes heated and heartfelt debate about morality, equality, personal autonomy and public safety,” it said the questions before it were about whether the laws being challenged were unconstitutional or not.

Looking forward

Lawyer Alan Young, who represented three women who brought forward the application to have the provisions declared unconstitutional, said the appeal court’s decision had ushered in a “new era” for sex workers.

“I am thrilled that the Court of Appeal has done the right thing,” Young told reporters after the court released its judgment Monday.

“They may not have gone as far as the Superior Court judge, but when you actually look at the result, they’ve done the right thing in terms of modifying the law so that sex workers will not face the same risks they face on a daily basis.”

Nikki Thomas, the executive director of Sex Professionals of Canada, said sex workers have long been living in a legal limbo in which prostitution is legal but many particular modes of operation are not.

Thomas said now is the time for sex workers to make their voices heard, while their issues are on the agenda.

“We cannot wait for the Supreme Court [of Canada] to rule before we all of a sudden decide that this is something that needs to be addressed,” Thomas said.

“The public overwhelmingly supports legal reform. Nobody thinks that the laws on the books are good laws and the absence of good laws is not an excuse to keep those bad laws on the books.”


There is no reason for prostitution to be illegal in any country just as there is no logical reason for Cannibus to be illegal. Soon we will see all illegal amendments struck from the Criminal Code of Canada. It is only a matter of time.

Are you an “enemy of the Government of Canada”? Or perhaps only an enemy of the Harper Government?

Leadnow.ca has brought to light some more information about how the present Harper Government is beginning to use backroom threats against companies in Canada in order to avoid any media scrutiny.


This week, we learned that the Harper Government is using closed-door intimidation tactics against Canadian charities. They’re trying to silence groups that question our government’s plans to push the Enbridge western pipeline and supertankers project through overwhelming local opposition, and recklessly expand the tar sands at all costs.

A whistleblower just revealed that the Prime Minister’s Office threatened to revoke the charitable status of Tides Canada if they continue their support for ForestEthics, an environmental group that has engaged thousands of Canadians in the public hearings about the Enbridge project.[1]

According to the whistleblower, a former senior communications manager for ForestEthics named Andrew Frank, the Prime Minister’s Office told Tides Canada they consider ForestEthics to be an “enemy of the Government of Canada” because of the group’s opposition to the Enbridge pipeline and tar sands expansion.[1]

This is about more than our jobs and environment. It’s about our rights and our democracy, and we need to speak out now. Together, we can stop these closed-door intimidation tactics by shining a bright light of public attention on our government’s actions.

Click here to tell Prime Minister Harper to stop the threats and ensure fair hearings for Canadians, then please forward this important message far and wide.


While we don’t know exactly what was said behind closed doors, the Globe and Mail reports that the Harper Government has called ForestEthics a group “acting against the government of Canada and people of Canada” in private meetings designed to intimidate charitable funders.[2] And Peter Robinson, the Chief Executive Officer of the David Suzuki Foundation, says that environmental groups are “right to worry” that the government will threaten the charitable status of groups they disagree with in order to shut down debate.[3]

The latest threats are part of a much larger pattern. Internal documents from March 2011 outline the Harper Government’s strategy to spend Canadian tax dollars on a PR and lobbying campaign to derail Europe’s climate and environmental policy. The foreign lobbying strategy lists First Nations and environmental groups as the government’s “adversaries,” while oil companies, industry associations, and the National Energy Board are listed as the government’s “allies.”[4]

Our government’s job is to provide a free and open forum for Canadians to hear the arguments and evidence for and against the Enbridge western pipeline and oil supertanker project, so that together we can decide whether or not the project is in Canada’s best interests.
Instead, Prime Minister Harper is abusing the power of government to silence Canadians who are concerned about a project that will kill jobs, destabilize the climate and threaten our salmon and coast.

Click here to tell Prime Minister Harper to stop the threats and ensure fair hearings:


The public hearings about the Enbridge western pipeline and supetanker project are now severely compromised in three ways:

1. The Harper Government has directly biased the hearings with a massive PR campaign to discredit environmental organizations as “foreign special interests” and “radical groups” while privately threatening Canadian charities.[5]

2. The National Energy Board has stacked the deck for the Enbridge western pipeline and supertanker hearings by issuing a directive that muzzles any discussion about the environmental impacts of the tar sands. In this way, they’ve ensured the hearings will overstate the benefits of the pipeline by ignoring the major costs of expanding the tar sands.[6]

3. The National Energy Board has committed to “consult” with First Nations, but it has not committed to respect the rights of First Nations to “free, prior and informed consent” over any project that affects their territory. Over 70 First Nations groups, covering the entire proposed path of the pipeline and much of the BC coast, have already stood together to oppose the project.[7,8]

We are seeing a radical shift in our national conversation, an aggressive attempt to poison the well of debate with public smears and private threats against organizations that Canadians have built to help us all have a voice on the issues that matter.


Affidavit accuses Prime Minister’s Office of threatening environmental charity
Environmentalist’s departure sheds light on tension felt by green groups
Attack on “radicals” sign of tougher federal strategy
Feds list First Nations, green groups as oilsands “adversaries”
”Scary time” for Canada
Canadian pipeline needs aboriginal consent: chief
Save the Fraser Declaration
Whistleblower’s Open Letter to Canadians

PMO branded environmental group an ‘enemy’ of Canada, affidavit says
Affidavit accuses Prime Minister’s Office of threatening environmental charity
Affidavit accuses PMO of threatening environmental group
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Thank-you to Leadnow for their great investigative work. With the evil Harper Government it is always what they do and never what they say.

N.A.T.O. Charged For War Crimes: Should charge the United Nations as well

We are well aware of the atrocities committed against the People of Libya and Just government of Libya by the vapid United Nations and the military wing N.A.T.O. – all organizations that Canada should not be a member of or supporter of – including conspiring with Islamists to murder Comrade Muammar. We can only hope that as fond as they are of trying governments in absentia, the United Nations(hypocrites) are prepared to charge N.A.T.O. for War Crimes. A great article in Pravda.ru sums up the reasons that those who already read my BLOG are familiar with. See the article below


The law case of the century: Indictment against NATO military and political leaders


The law case of the century: Indictment against NATO military and political leaders (UPDATED)

NATO: Indictment for breach of international law in the Great Socialist People’s Libyan Arab Jamahiriya. The military and political leaders of NATO are hereby accused of the following crimes committed in the Libyan campaign of 2011, in which the systematic breaches of international law are underlined.

Understanding that international law exists and that it is systematically broken by certain powers with impunity, understanding that such a situation is unacceptable and that the same set of laws should apply to all, equally, with the same sets of weights and measures employed in upholding it, I hereby accuse NATO and the below-mentioned individuals, party to its acts in the Great Socialist People’s Libyan Arab Jamahiriya from February to September (ongoing) 2011, of breach of international law;

1. Accusation: NATO war crimes, crimes against humanity, breach of UN Charter, Breach of UNSC Resolutions, breach of Geneva Conventions, occasioning murder, attempted murder, actions occasioning grievous and actual bodily harm, destruction of private and public property.

2. Accused:

Anders Fogh Rasmussen (Denmark) NATO Secretary-General; Charles Bouchard (Canada), Commander of Operations; Nicolas Sarkozy, Édouard Guillaud (France); Rinaldo Veri, Commander Allied Maritime Command (Italy); David Cameron, Sir Stuart Peach (UK); Barack Obama, Carter Ham, Sam Locklear (USA); Harald Sunde (Norway), Abdullah II (Jordan); Hamad bin Khalifa al Thani (Qatar), Khalifa bin Zayed al Nahyan (UAE); Sverker Goranson (Sweden) and the Defence Ministers Pieter de Crem (Belgium), Anuy Angelov (Bulgaria), Gitte Lillelund Bech (Denmark); Panos Beglitis (Greece); Hans Hillen (Netherlands); Gabriel Oprea (Romania);Carme Chacón Piqueras (Spain); Ismet Yilmaz (Turkey), Liam Fox (UK), Ignazio La Russa (Italy), Gérard Longuet (France).

William Hague (UK), Hillary Clinton (USA) Italian Foreign Minister Franco Frattini


3. Law and breaches:

3.1 Proper procedure was not followed: Under the UN Charter, any military action which comes outside a UNSC Resolution in any theatre of conflict must necessarily come from a separate Resolution in the UNSC and any military action must come after the Military Council is convened. This was not the case under UNSC Resolutions 1970 and 1973 (2011) covering the Libyan conflict.

Why did NATO not convene the Military Staff Committee of the UNSC? Under the UN Charter, Chapter VII, Article 46: “Plans for the application of armed force shall be made by the Security Council with the assistance of the Military Staff Committee”. Such committee was never convened.

This is a violation of the UN Charter rendering Resolutions 1970 and 1973 (2011) void; There is also evidence that such Resolutions were passed on the evidence from a false flag event. The supposed crimes committed by the Libyan authorities have been hotly contested and must be investigated;

3.2 Intervention in domestic affairs of a sovereign state: UNSC Resolution 2131 (XX) of 21 December 1965, containing the Declaration on the Inadmissibility of Intervention in the Domestic Affairs of States was backed up by Resolutions 31/91 of 14 December 1976, 32/153 of 19 December 1977, 33/74 of 15 December 1978, 34/101 of 14 December 1979 and 35/159 of 12 December 1980 on non-interference in the internal affairs of States.

3.3 Bombardment of undefended buildings and structures: Article 3 of the Statute of The Hague International Penal Court which states clearly that one criterion for indictment for war crimes is:

“Attack or bombardment, by whatever means, against undefended cities, towns, villages, buildings or houses”.

Another clause of the same Article 3 could also be invoked:

“Massive destruction of cities, towns or villages or destruction not justified by military necessity”.

The attack on Libya’s water supply network on Friday July 22 and the attack on the factory making pipes for the supply system on Saturday July 23 in al-Brega were not covered under “military necessity” in which case, under Article 3, this was an act of wanton destruction of civilian structures with military hardware. This renders NATO liable for trial by its own court, the ICC at The Hague;

3.4 Support for outlawed organizations and individuals. Despite this admission:

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There is evidence that armed groups fighting inside Libya include the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG) which according to the British Government: “The LIFG seeks to replace the current Libyan regime with a hard-line Islamic state. The group is also part of the wider global Islamist extremist movement, as inspired by Al Qa’ida. The group has mounted several operations inside Libya, including a 1996 attempt to assassinate Mu’ammar Qadhafi” and for which reason is on the Home Office list of proscribed terrorist groups, despite this, the UK aided and abetted the said group;

3.5 Failure to apply international law: Under the UN Charter, Chapter VI, Article 33, member states must “seek a solution by negotiation, enquiry, mediation, conciliation, arbitration, judicial settlement, resort to regional agencies or arrangements, or other peaceful means of their own choice”.

3.6 The Jamahiriya Government of Libya had the right to defend itself without being attacked: Chapter VII, Article 51 refers to the right of States to defend themselves against armed insurgency:

“Nothing in the present Charter shall impair the inherent right of individual or collective self-defence if an armed attack occurs against a Member of the United Nations, until the Security Council has taken measures necessary to maintain international peace and security. Measures taken by Members in the exercise of this right of self-defence shall be immediately reported to the Security Council and shall not in any way affect the authority and responsibility of the Security Council under the present Charter to take at any time such action as it deems necessary in order to maintain or restore international peace and security”;

3.7 Mercenaries: UNSC Resolution 1973 (2011), in its Chapter on Protection of Civilians, in paragraph 4. states:

“4. Authorizes Member States that have notified the Secretary-General, acting nationally or through regional organizations or arrangements, and acting in cooperation with the Secretary-General, to take all necessary measures, notwithstanding paragraph 9 of resolution 1970 (2011), to protect civilians and civilian populated areas under threat of attack in the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, including Benghazi, while excluding a foreign occupation force of any form on any part of Libyan territory, and requests the Member States concerned to inform the Secretary-General immediately of the measures they take pursuant to the authorization conferred by this paragraph which shall be immediately reported to the Security Council;

There have been numerous reports of mercenaries being used by NATO and the rebels it supported; French Foreign Legion, Egyptians, Qataris, UAE forces, among others;

3.8 Boots on the ground: UNSC Resolution 1970 (2011) Paragraph 16:

“16. Deplores the continuing flows of mercenaries into the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya and calls upon all Member States to comply strictly with their obligations under paragraph 9 of resolution 1970 (2011) to prevent the provision of armed mercenary personnel to the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya;”.

If David Cameron has admitted that UK special services have assisted the terrorists on the ground, this is against the UN mandate which allowed NATO to intervene in Libya, and is a war crime.

A request has been sent (August 30) to the British FCO and Ministry of Defence to confirm or deny that troops have been used in the theatre of operations; no reply has been forthcoming;

3.9 Non-enforcement of UN Resolution, and violation of international law, by transporting rebel forces to enter the theatre of operations:

UNSC Resolution 1970 (2011):

In the Chapter on Enforcement of the arms embargo, Paragraph 13 of the same states:

“13. Decides that paragraph 11 of resolution 1970 (2011) shall be replaced by the following paragraph : “Calls upon all Member States, in particular States of the region, acting nationally or through regional organisations or arrangements, in order to ensure strict implementation of the arms embargo established by paragraphs 9 and 10 of resolution 1970 (2011), to inspect in their territory, including seaports and airports, and on the high seas, vessels and aircraft bound to or from the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, if the State concerned has information that provides reasonable grounds to believe that the cargo contains items the supply, sale, transfer or export of which is prohibited by paragraphs 9 or 10 of Resolution 1970 (2011) as modified by this resolution, including the provision of armed mercenary personnel, calls upon all flag States of such vessels and aircraft to cooperate with such inspections and authorises Member States to use all measures commensurate to the specific circumstances to carry out such inspections”;

In violation of this: supply of French Milan anti-tank missiles, Swedish Carl Gustav 84mm rifles, 68mm rockets and mortars and Maadi assault rifles from Egypt; this, in addition to the British, French and Italian military advisors helping the terrorists.

3.10 Violation of Geneva Conventions: NATO and the Transitional National Council have given the people of Sirte ten days to surrender or face a full military onslaught. This is not a cease-fire. While they await their fate, they will still be subject to artillery fire and NATO bombing, and food, water and electricity have already been cut off.

These siege tactics have been outlawed by the Geneva Conventions. In particular, Article 14 of the second Protocol to the Geneva Conventions states, “Starvation of civilians as a method of combat is prohibited. It is therefore prohibited to attack, destroy, remove or render useless for that purpose objects indispensable to the survival of the civilian population such as food-stuffs, agricultural areas for the production of food-stuffs, crops, livestock, drinking water installations, and supplies and irrigation works.”

The 4th Geneva Convention prohibits all forms of attacks on civilians and the collective punishment of civilian populations, so virtually everything that the combined TNC-NATO forces are doing to the people of Sirte is strictly illegal and in fact criminal.

4. Sample Crimes:

21.03.2011. Tens of civilians killed on 31st of March in Gharyan city in western Libya (video).
07.04.2011. — NATO bombers killed 15 rebels and wounded 22 on the outskirts of Brega.
20.04.2011. TRIPOLI NATO Bombing The Libyan Arab Association For Human Rights (video).
27.04.2011. — NATO attacked the city of Misrata, killing 12 people and wounding 5 others.
30.04.2011. — The bombing of the Downs Syndrome School in Tripoli (video).
30.04.2011.— NATO killed inocent civilinas: The youngest son of our great leader Saif Al arab gaddafi was only 29 years old, grandchildren of our Great Leader, Saif Mohammed Muammar Gaddafi was one year and 3 months (born on 30 January 2010) , Carthage Hannibal Muammar Gaddafi was 2 years and 9 months old (born on 2 August 2008) and Mastura Humaid (daughter of Aisha) was 4 months and half (she was born on 15 December 2010) (video).
09.05.2011. — 600 civilians are reported dead after getting into trouble on thier boat. They send urgent SOS messages to NATO, but they were ignored (video).
13.05.2011. The 11 imams (spiritual leaders of Islam) that were killed. The imams were killed in a NATO bombing in the city of Brega (east), which also injured about 50 people. (video)
17.05.2011.—The NATO attack on Libya’s Anti-Corruption Agency on May 17 was extremely convenient for some Westrern politicians (video).
12.06.2011. — The bombing of the University of Tripoli. Death toll not yet established. (link) or photo evdence.
15.06.2011. — At least 12 people were killed and two injured when a NATO air strike hit a bus Wednesday evening in Libya’s Kikla city (video).
19.06.2011. — 9 civilians were killed by a NATO air strike on Tripoli (video).
19.06.2011. — Massacre of Al-Hamedi family 15 civilians, including 3 children, were killed by another NATO air strike on Sorman (link).
19.06.2011. — Firetracs was bombed (video).
22.06.2011. — The bombing of the Great Man made Waterway irrigation system, which supplies most Libyans with their drinking water. Water for 4,5 million INOCENT CIVILIANS IN LIBYA (video).
22.06.2011. — Zliten – many civilians were chopped into pieces. (link)
28.06. 2011. — NATO air strike killed 16 civilians (one whole family killed) and more than 20 injured in public market in Tawergha east of Misurata (video).
04.07.2011. — NATO bombing civilian checkpoint in ZWARA. (video)
15.07.2011. — At least 12 people were killed and 2 injured when a NATO. The air strike hit the bus with inocent civilians in Kikla City. (video)
17.07.2011. — Multiple urban areas were bombed simultaneously this morning. Anywhere from 60 to 75 bombs may have been dropped mostly in the areas of Tajura and Seraj, according to eyewitness reports. (video)
23.07.2011. — The bombing of the factory which makes the pipes for the water system, and the murder of 6 of its employees.
24.07.2011. NATO bombing cattle and poultry project in Torghae city (video).
24. 07.2011. Libya war: NATO Press Briefing, 15 civilians are dead in Tawergha (video).
24.07.2011. —The bombing of the Hospital at Zliten. Resulting in the murder of a minimum, of 50 civilians many of them children.(video).
25.07.2011. NATO bombed food storage in Zlitan.(video).
25.07.2011. — 20 civilians were killed by NATO air strikes in Bir al Ghanam. (video)
30.07.2011. — NATO warplanes also repeatedly bombed a Libyan television station, killing 3 and injuring 15.
02.08.2011. — Law School In Zlitan (Zliten) (video).
04. 08.2011. — Woman and two children (video).
07.08.2011. — NATO bombed today the vegetable market in Tripoli (link).
08.08.2011. — Libya: NATO MASSACRED 85 CIVILIANS: 33 CHILDREN, 32 WOMEN and 20 MEN (video)…

The persistent on-going bombing of the civilian population in Zliten, Sirte and Tripoli, death toll not yet established. All4Peace & LibyaSOS.


5. Further documentary evidence of the crimes.





Drawn up by: Timothy Bancroft Hinchey


Director and Chief Editor Portuguese Version

Sandra Barr, Nada Pejnovic and Tatjana Dimitrijevic

Christopher C. Black, Barrister, Canada


Will the hypocrites of the United Nations (Imperialist Scum) be prepared to charge it’s own military wing N.A.T.O. with War Crimes? It is doubtful that they will ever accept responsibility for their actions.

“Might makes right”

“Do as we say, don’t do as we do.”

Perhaps it is time for all non-NATO member countries to charge N.A.T.O. in an international court in absentia and impose sanctions against all member states of N.A.T.O.? As unlikely as it is to happen, it is certainly deserved.


There are two forces at work presently on the Globe. There are those who seek to maintain a division within the species in general and Humans that occupy the Planet. Humans like to believe that they “own” everything (my Planet, my property, my spouse, my children, my car etc.) In reality this is false. The Planet is not owned by any species and it is meant to be shared. The only differences that exist between Humans are the differences they create and impose upon themselves. This is not a natural thing. To serve the force of division is to embrace the present construct of Civilization Level Zero. Those who seek to maintain these divisions use many means such as country’s – the location of Humans on the surface of the Earth does not make them more or less Human -, Nuclear Family and all manner of religion but their most successful method is Capitalism. Capitalists do not seem to grasp that the currency they worship is an invention. The “Currency Slavers” manufacture currency – that has no value – in return for Human Labour. Only Human Labour has value. As long as the foolish Capitalists continue to strive to gain more and more of this paper currency, they will remain as slaves. It is this constant production of currency that is responsible for taxes, inflation, interest and debt. Under New Global Communism there will be no more of these things. It is in the interest of Humanity to accept the fact that only a United Planet will provide the Human Race a single voice. This is the construct of Human Civilization Level One.

We must not forget that capitalism serves as an invention meant to create differences. Currency is the root of much that is evil. Under New Global Communism, there will be no more currency. We anticipate that after the release of the book this coming Winter it will be received well and should produce champions to fight for the Human Race against those whose interest is these divisions. Soon there will be no more country’s, no more currency or personal wealth, no more nuclear family or religion. The next decade is going to be a very exciting time for Humanity. Remember that there are no Communist country’s in the world. True Communism will set the world free.

Video About Libya Provided by the C.P.G.B.: The truth about Libya

Here is a short music video and a talk with Harpal Brar.


Bob marley would have turned in his grave to know that whoever holds copyright over his song “War” (lyrics: untill there are no longer first class and citizens of any nation, everywhere is war…) uses it as a pretext to stop the truth about US / UK’s latest imperial and colonial war on Libya from reaching the ears of the masses… or some of them!

Here with amended soundtrack, we therefore present:

The report of a CPGB-ML led delegation to Libya in June 2011. What is the situation on the ground? Why should British, European and American workers support the Libyan people and their chosen leadership, Colonel Gaddafi’s government? Why should we oppose NATO? How is this linked with capitalist crisis and worker’s struggle for jobs, pensions and security?


This is only the beginning of the vapid United Nations waging war on the sovereign countries in order to impose their own Imperialist Regimes. Just wait and see the horrors to soon befall the citizens of Libya now that they have become a colony under the U.N.


Evidence mounts of atrocities by Libyan “rebels”

29 August 2011

A series of reports from journalists on the ground in Tripoli have provided evidence of mass killings by the NATO-backed forces in the Libyan civil war. These reports, which appear in publications largely supportive of the US-NATO intervention to overthrow the regime of Muammar Gaddafi, further expose the fraudulent claim that the imperialist war against Libya is driven by humanitarian motives and the desire to protect civilian lives.

The Washington Post carried a prominent report Saturday, headlined, “Revenge Killings Mount in Libya, Extrajudicial Attacks by Rebels Cast Shadow Over New Freedom.” The headline refers to the contradiction between the claims by the National Transitional Council (NTC), the new NATO-backed regime in Libya, as well as the Obama administration that what is taking place is a new birth of freedom in Libya and the reality of politically directed and in some cases racially motivated slaughter.

Post reporter Simon Denyer asserts that Gaddafi’s troops “executed scores or even hundreds of political prisoners this week, even as victorious rebel fighters appear to have carried out their own abuses.” He cites the testimony of Diana Eltahawy, Libya researcher for Amnesty International, who “described a record of abuse, torture and the extrajudicial killing of captured pro-Gaddafi fighters that has followed the rebels from east to west as they have taken over the country.”

The reporter himself saw five Gaddafi soldiers wounded and dying in a field hospital now patrolled by the “rebels,” without receiving food, water or medical attention, and 15 bodies, mainly of black Africans presumed to be Gaddafi supporters, left to rot in the sun outside the Bab al-Aziziyah compound where much of Gaddafi’s family lived. According to Denyer, “not all of them looked like ordinary battlefield deaths. Two dead men lay face down on the grass, their hands bound behind their backs with plastic cuffs.”

McClatchy News Service reported the same gruesome scene: “The dead apparently had been pro-Gaddafi fighters, but they had not gone down fighting. Some had been shot inside their tents, possibly asleep, without shoes on. One had been shot inside an ambulance and another had been shot inside a field hospital, still hooked to an intravenous drip. Others had gunshot wounds in the back of their heads, fueling speculation of executions by rebel fighters.”

Patrick Cockburn of the British Independent described the same scene Sunday, under the headline, “Rebels Wreak Revenge on Dictator’s Men.” He wrote: “The rotting bodies of 30 men, almost all black and many handcuffed, slaughtered as they lay on stretchers and even in an ambulance in central Tripoli, are an ominous foretaste of what might be Libya’s future. The incoming regime makes pious statements about taking no revenge on pro-Gaddafi forces, but this stops short of protecting those who can be labeled mercenaries. Any Libyan with a black skin accused of fighting for the old regime may have a poor chance of survival.”

Amnesty International has confirmed that many of the hundreds of thousands of migrant workers from sub-Saharan Africa have been labeled “mercenaries” by the NTC forces, by virtue of their skin color, and subjected to imprisonment, torture and summary execution.

One account of rebel abuses comes from Alex Crawford of Sky News, a British broadcast network owned by Rupert Murdoch that has enthusiastically backed the “rebels.” The correspondent was embedded with the anti-Gaddafi forces and accompanied a unit that marched from Zawiya into Tripoli. “We report it as we see it,” she said. “We saw Gaddafi fighters who were tied up and executed. It’s war. This is what happens. Rebel retaliations here are really upsetting.”

The British news agency Reuters reported the finding of several mass graves in Tripoli, claiming they were evidence of “widespread summary killings during the battle for the Libyan capital.” While attributing the worst single killing, some 53 bodies found in a burned-out warehouse, to Gaddafi’s forces, the Reuters report continued, “Reports of cold-blooded killings by both sides have surfaced in the last few days, darkening the atmosphere in a city where many residents had greeted Gaddafi’s fall with joy.”

The Los Angeles Times on Sunday wrote of “the visceral violence of rebel forces hammering away at residential neighborhoods known to be strongholds of Kadafi supporters. Rebel fighters use artillery and antiaircraft guns in such districts, which include Abu Salim, Hadba and Salahadin. At one point this week, rebels were firing assault rifles into residential apartment blocks in Abu Salim, where they suspected a sniper was holed up.”

In other words, the NATO-backed forces are engaged in precisely the same indiscriminate firing of heavy weapons in residential neighborhoods that provided the original pretext for the NATO intervention, when Gaddafi ordered similar action by his own forces. The Times account ended by quoting a Tripoli taxi driver who told the newspaper, “I have a fear that one day we’ll be like Iraqis, wishing for the days of Muammar Gaddafi.”

The Independent, in its leading article Sunday, warned the National Transitional Council that the savagery in the streets of Tripoli would backfire politically. It was difficult enough for supporters of the intervention—like the newspaper’s own editorial page—when they could claim that Gaddafi was engaged in slaughtering civilians, but “it will become almost impossible if a shift in the balance of power unleashes mass executions.”

The British newspaper also identified Abdelhakim Belhadj, the newly appointed commander of the Tripoli Military Council, as a former mujaheddin who “had fought in Afghanistan alongside the Taliban and was an Islamist terror suspect interrogated by the CIA.” Belhadj was a founder of the Libya Islamic Fighting Group, which became the Libyan affiliate of Al Qaeda after the 9/11 attacks.

A chilling picture emerges of the new regime being consolidated in Tripoli. It is being consolidated in blood, with massacres of civilians in pro-Gaddafi neighborhoods as well as pogroms of African migrant workers, under the direction of an Al Qaeda ally who now takes his orders from NATO headquarters and the White House.

The crimes being committed by the NATO-backed NTC forces demonstrate the hypocrisy of the propaganda campaign spearheaded by the Obama administration and its accomplices in Britain and France to justify the military onslaught against oil-rich Libya in the name of “human rights” and preventing a bloodbath.

Some of the journalists on the spot in Tripoli have been unable to close their eyes to the bloody settling of accounts that is taking place. That is to their credit, and it demonstrates as well the cynical and reactionary position taken by those “left” commentators in the United States and Europe who continue to justify the imperialist war against Libya and cover up its predatory character.

The events unfolding in Libya are an object lesson to the international working class. Those who held out the prospect of a “progressive” intervention by the imperialist powers to defend democracy and human rights are now politically implicated in unspeakable crimes. The only genuine and consistent opposition to imperialism is that conducted on the basis of the historic principles of the revolutionary socialist movement, as advanced by the World Socialist Web Site and the Socialist Equality Party.

Patrick Martin


I’m sure it won’t take long for the Libyan People to begin another revolution to free themselves from dangerous, Islamic Rebel government imposed upon them by the vapid United Nations and their Imperialist Scum backers.

Exiled Libyan Monarchy Admits Role In Staged Uprising

Under the puppet Libyan Monarchy, Libya had one of the lowest standards of living on the Planet. Small wonder they were exiled.

Read the story below.


Exiled Libyan monarchy shamelessly admit their role in fomenting Libyan war

‘The Libyan monarchy of Idris, which was based in Benghazi, was installed by the United States and British in the 1950’s to oversee their economic and military interests in North Africa. Libya in 1951, under the leadership of King Idris, officially had the lowest standards of Living in the world. The Idris monarchy was overthrown in a bloodless revolution led by Muammar al-Gaddafi in 1969. This led to the American Wheelus Air Base (The largest American base outside of US at that time) being dismantled and the American and British armed forces stationed in Libya evacuating. The western oil companies were then nationalised.’

‘The uprising in Libya, which has been portrayed by many in the west as a democratic movement, has been symbolised by the tri-coloured rebel flag. The flag is in fact the flag of the oppressive, undemocratic, monarchy of Idris. At the start of the conflict elements of the rebels in Benghazi held aloft pictures of King Idris. Whilst by no means are all the rebels monarchists, it is however important to highlight the overthrown Libyan monarchy’s history, influence in Benghazi and relationship with the West. It is of no surprise then that the exiled monarchy of Idris has played a hidden hand in this conflict. Closely working with their old allies in NATO in an attempt to regain their lost status in Libya and ‘return to democracy’ as his Royal Highness Prince Idris bizarrely and unashamedly declares in his CNN interview.’

taken from the website of the Global Civilians For Peace In Libya


As a colony of the United Nations, it shouldn’t take too long before Libya has once again one of the lowest standards of living in the World.


Africans United In Defense Of Libya
They give the real reasons for this attack on Libya. Below I will provide an excerpt from their webpage.


… The real reasons for attack on Libya

The claim that the imperialists are attacking Libya for the purpose of rescuing the people of Libya from Gaddafi’s oppressive rule is a lie and a contradiction in terms.

It is like the Israeli State going to war with Hamas in Palestine, to free Palestinians and Palestine from the Israeli settler State.

France or the U.S. cannot save anybody from imperialist control, because they are the problem.

The primary obstacle to democracy everywhere is U.S. government; Gaddafi’s rule is a secondary issue.

Is it the fault of Gaddafi that the native Indians in America have been wiped out?

Is it Gaddafi’s armies who occupy Iraq and Afghanistan?

Is it Gaddafi who keeps 65 percent of CFA currencies used by 14 African countries in an operational bank account in France for the benefit of France?

Is it Gaddafi who funded the genocide of over five million people in Congo?

No, it is the U.S. and French governments that have done and are doing these things.

It is in this context of balance of power that the attack on Libya and Gaddafi’s regime must be understood.

An imperialist Europe and North America and an independent Africa cannot exist together; one comes at the expense of the other.

Gaddafi is known to be unpredictable, which means he is not a reliable puppet of the West.

Gaddafi is petty bourgeois, but he is his own man, and the potential of this man to be independent is also the potential of Africa and the African working class to be independent.

Libya is being invaded in order to bring it back under a compliable, malleable neocolonial rule.

French, Britain, German and other imperialists do not care about the Arab masses in Libya — or in Palestine, Iraq, Bahrain or anywhere else.

The attack on Libya is a desperate white imperialist attempt to end Gaddafi’s power over the region, which already recently has purged itself of two of the white capitalist powers’ key allies.

The west has a problem with Gaddafi because he is anti-Zionist, because his influence in sub-Saharan Africa is on the rise, and because they know he would readily purchase influence wherever such an opportunity and the possibility of alliances with emerging powers might present itself.

For example, it has been reported that Gaddafi “set up the $5 billion Libya Africa Investment Portfolio in 2006, investing in countries as far apart as Madagascar and Rwanda.

“Gaddafi was willing to back up his rhetoric on Africa with money.

“The Libya Africa Investment Portfolio has stakes in gasoline stations in Cameroon and Ethiopia, mobile-phone networks in Rwanda and Ivory Coast and a 506,000-hectare logging concession and sawmill in the Republic of Congo, according to its website.

“[The portfolio] also has shares in mining companies in the Central African Republic and the Democratic Republic of Congo, and poultry farms in Togo and Madagascar.”

All these factors explain the decision by the United States, Britain and others to invade Libya.

The aggression on Libya is the response by the western capitalist powers to the rise of popular movements throughout the region. It is also an extension of the colonial war policy started in Iraq by George Bush that has now been extended by Obama into Afghanistan, Pakistan and Somalia.

The U.S. counteroffensive also includes military aggression against democratic forces in Bahrain.

The U.S. uses democratic aspirations and “demands of the masses” of Libya as a cover while it pursues an imperialist agenda, which is the maintenance of a balance of power in the region that is favorable to itself.

Clearly, these aggressions are about maintaining colonial control over African’s resources.

If western imperialists are so concerned about the plight of Arab masses, wouldn’t they bomb the Israelis, who have used F16 jets to bomb defenseless Palestinians, or enter Bahrain, whose people are currently suffering a serious crackdown by an absolutist monarch?

It has been reported that after weeks of demonstrations, protesters, largely Shiites, which make up 65 percent of the population asking for a ‘constitutional parliament’.

They have come under a brutal assault in Bahrain where Hamad Al Khalifah, the Sunni King of the Bahrain regime now has the extra support of the Saudi Arabia who has sent over 1000 troops to help to crack down on freedom protesters, mostly Shiite, following them even to the hospital to finish them off.

One doctor said troops and police had been conducting constant searches, entering wards with sniffer dogs, and that they had split the casualties off from other patients.

“‘I went in on Thursday to operate and soldiers came into the room with their boots on and machine guns, right into the operating theater,’ said another doctor.

“‘We tried to tell them this is not acceptable. While I was operating they came three or four times. We were reconstructing the jaw of a man who had been shot in the face and had a shattered jaw… and it was affecting our concentration’.” …