Palestiniens et libyens indignés contre Cynthia McKinney
Cynthia McKinney s’était illustrée sur Libya State TV entre autres activités de désinformation. Elle fut aussi une figure militante de la Flotille pour Gaza et du mouvement révisionniste du 11 septembre 2001.
Le 22 juillet 2011 LybianYouth Movement pubiait un article de Frontpagemag daté du 7 et titré: « l’idiote utile de Kadhafi« .
Elle est aussi intervenue régulièrement sur RussiaToday, la chaîne conspirationniste du Kremlin.
21 juin: Indignation palestinienne contre les conspirationnistes:
[…] to praise Libyan dictator Muammer Gaddafi is completely unacceptable. Anti-intervention shouldn’t equate to whitewashing Gaddafi’s crimes.
Last month, you appeared on Libya State TV, a propaganda organ of the Gaddafi regime […]
In the interview, you also claimed you were in Libya on a “fact-finding mission” to “understand the truth.” But Ms. McKinney, you were only in Tripoli, a city under Gaddafi’s control. If you were really on a trip to Libya to see the truth for yourself, why didn’t you go to Benghazi and speak to the opposition movement as well?
Not only that, you praise Gaddafi in the interview, asserting that his Green Book advocates “direct democracy.” You also declare on your Facebook page that Gaddafi was “democratically elected.” Umm, […] someone ruling over a country for 42 years should be a hint that they aren’t democratically elected. Claiming that Libyans wanted Gaddafi as a leader is like saying Palestinians asked for Israel to occupy them. It just doesn’t make sense.
Now, you’re on a nationwide speaking tour, Eyewitness Libya: Cynthia McKinney reports back on the Massive Bombing of Tripoli. Also speaking on the tour will be Akbar Muhammad of the Nation of Islam, former US Attorney General Ramsey Clark and Brian Becker, National Coordinator of the ANSWER Coalition.
First of all, why aren’t there any Libyans speaking on this tour? Secondly, Nation of Islam? Really? The Nation of Islam has defended Gaddafi since the beginning of the Libyan pro-democracy protests in February. Of course, this is probably because the Libyan government has given the Nation millions of dollars over the years.
Not only are Libyans not invited to speak on your tour about Libya, but in Los Angeles, Libyans have been denied entry into the event itself.
Ms. McKinney, this is truly a disappointment […] What exactly is your motive? […] Another reason is that you might support Gaddafi for ideological reasons, like Chavez or Castro. Or, worst case scenario, you could just be another tool on Gaddafi’s payroll. Whatever the case may be, we are extremely disheartened.
The Palestinian and Libyan peoples are connected, both struggling against state-sponsored brutality and political repression. Palestinians stand in solidarity with our Libyan brothers and sisters in their revolution against Gaddafi, as well as others rising up against oppressive dictatorships in Syria, Yemen and Bahrain. The Palestinian movement for human rights, civil rights and equality has been invigorated and inspired by these pro-democratic movements.
[…] We refuse to accept opportunistic support from people who advocate for murderers.
A Group of (Severely) Disappointed Palestinians from Gaza, West Bank, and the US »
18 juin: Indignations des anti-Kadhafi
Sur Twitter le 18 juin:
Those like Louis Farrakhan and Cynthia Mckinney do NOT understand- and refuse to- the extent of the oppression Libyans suffered for 42 yrs.Support for Gaddafi at this point is MORALLY REPREHENSIBLE, whether you support intervention/NATO or not.elharaty Darreg Zoomtick
@MikePrysner any chance you guys spoke to anyone in the LA Libyan community at all before deciding to speak on behalf of Libyans?Shirien شرينshishibean Shirien شرينpar elharaty@cynthiamckinney, saying the dictator Gaddafi was « democratically » elected is like saying the Palestinians asked for the occupation. #liesDarreg Zoomtickelharaty Darreg Zoomtick@@shishibean many of these people who are wrong on Libya won’t even entertain speaking to Libyan orgs because the orgs are « pro NATO »Darreg Zoomtickelharaty Darreg Zoomtick@@shishibean It would be a huge favor if you worked with any Palestinian orgs that are respected by those people and send them feedback 1/2
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Cynthia McKinney on Jamahiriya TV [21-05-2011] سينتيا ماكيني
Dès le 2 mars 2011, dix jours après le début de la révolte libyenne Alex Jones commentait un reportage de RussiaToday qui doutait des attaques militaires aériennes contre les manifestations de février. La vidéo avait circulé aussi sur la complosphère française et s’était dispersée au delà dans le grand public dès les premiers jours de sa mise en ligne.