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NATO is not the World Community

NATO is not the World Community | The greatest weapon is not a gun. Nor it is nuclear. It is information control | Scoop.it

Another NATO Summit, supporting war lords, drug traffickers and the Karzai government which NATO leaders themselves have abhorred for its rampant corruption, a government which in the eyes of many was not even democratically elected, but then again, what is democracy to NATO, if not a word to use and abuse but never to practise?

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What’s NATO Ever Done? » Counterpunch: Tells the Facts, Names the Names

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Peter MacKay blames opposition, media for Libya-cost controversy | News | National Post

Peter MacKay blames opposition, media for Libya-cost controversy | News | National Post | The greatest weapon is not a gun. Nor it is nuclear. It is information control | Scoop.it
OTTAWA — Canada’s embattled defence minister took to the airwaves Sunday to make his case that he did not mislead Canadians about the cost of the military mission to Libya.

Defence Minister Peter MacKay said opposition parties and the media have tried to warp his words in recent days over comments he made about the cost of sending Canadian war planes and ships to Libya last year.

MacKay told two political talk shows he was “crystal clear” that when he told CBCRadio in late October that the cost of the mission was less than $50 million.

In that same interview, MacKay told CBC Radio’s The House “there could be more costs that come.”
MacKay said he was asked about the cost of the mission to that point — not about the $106-million estimate of which the Canadian Forces now says MacKay would have been aware and reported to cabinet.

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ONG: "Los bombardeos de la OTAN mataron a un 2% de la población libia"

ONG: "Los bombardeos de la OTAN mataron a un 2% de la población libia" | The greatest weapon is not a gun. Nor it is nuclear. It is information control | Scoop.it
La organización de defensa de derechos humanos Human Rights Watch exige que la OTAN investigue las al menos 72 muertes de civiles en los bombardeos de la Alianza durante la operación militar en Libia en 2011.


NGOs: "The NATO bombing killed 2% of the Libyan population" [GREEN LIBYA ‏@sulibia]

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Veterans For Peace Calls For End To NATO

Veterans For Peace Calls For End To NATO | The greatest weapon is not a gun. Nor it is nuclear. It is information control | Scoop.it
Veterans for Peace May 10, 2012 Veterans For Peace Calls for an End to NATO Veterans for Peace works for the abolition of war, and while that process will take many steps, one that should be taken ...
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