Posts Tagged ‘Kadafi’

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A escalada da guerra petroimperialista na Líbia

28 de abril de 2011

World Workers
Apr 27, 2011

Imperialists escalate Libya war

By Abayomi Azikiwe

Editor, Pan-African News Wire

Actions by the U.S. government and NATO during late April indicate clearly that the ultimate objective of the war against Libya is regime change, leading to a full-scale military occupation of the North African state.

As the humanitarian crisis worsens in the areas around the contested port city of Misrata, the imperialist states and their allies are taking actions that will only escalate tensions and result in more civilians suffering and dying.

After announcing the deployment of CIA drones in the war against Libya, the Pentagon confirmed the first attack utilizing this dreaded, unpiloted weapon on April 23 near the capital of Tripoli.

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A rapina do século: O assalto aos Fundos Soberanos da Líbia

25 de abril de 2011

JusBrasil
22/Abril/2011

A rapina do século: O assalto aos fundos soberanos líbios

Manlio Dinucci*

O objectivo da guerra na Líbia não é apenas o petróleo, cujas reservas (estimadas em 60 mil milhões de barris) são as mais importantes da África e cujos custos de extracção estão entre os mais baixos do mundo. Nem, tão pouco, o gás natural, cujas reservas são estimadas em cerca de 1500 mil milhões de m3. Na mira dos “voluntários” da operação “Protector unificado” também estão os fundos soberanos, os capitais que o Estado líbio investiu no estrangeiro.

Os fundos soberanos geridos pela Libyan Investment Authority (LIA) são estimados em cerca de 70 mil milhões de dólares, que sobem a mais de 150 se se incluírem os investimentos estrangeiros do Banco Central e de outros organismos. E poderiam ser ainda mais importantes. Ainda que sejam inferiores aos da Arábia Saudita ou do Kuwait, os fundos soberanos líbios caracterizam-se pelo seu crescimento rápido. Quando a LIA foi constituída em 2006, ela dispunha de 40 mil milhões de dólares. Em apenas cinco anos ela efectuou investimentos em mais de uma centena de sociedades norte-africanas, asiáticas, europeias, norte-americanas e sul-americanas: holdings, bancos, imobiliário, indústria, companhias de petróleo e outras.

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Vídeos: A guerra pelo petróleo líbio

16 de abril de 2011

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Países do BRICS condenam ataques na Líbia e defendem diálogo

15 de abril de 2011

Agência Brasil
14/04/2011

Líderes do Brics condenam ataques na Líbia e defendem a busca pelo diálogo

Renata Giraldi

Repórter da Agência Brasil

Brasília – A presidenta Dilma Rousseff e os presidentes da China, Hu Jintao, da Rússia, Dmitry Medvedev, e da África do Sul, Jacob Zuma, além do primeiro-ministro da Índia, Manmohan Singh, criticaram hoje (14) os ataques à Líbia. Os presidentes e o primeiro-ministro defenderam a busca pelo diálogo na tentativa de dirimir impasses e controvérsias. A crítica foi reforçada na Declaração de Sanya, comunicado divulgado hoje, em nome dos representantes dos Brics.

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Tropas das Forças Especiais inglesas íniciaram ataques na Líbia

22 de março de 2011

Sunday Mirror
20/03/2011

Crack SAS troops hunt Gaddafi weapons inside Libya

by Mike Hamilton,

 'Sunday Paper Pics 20 03 2011' gallery

Hundreds of British SAS soldiers have been operating with rebel groups inside Libya for three weeks, the Sunday Mirror can reveal today.

Two special forces units, nicknamed “Smash” teams for their destructive ability, are hunting Colonel Gaddafi’s long-range surface-to-air missile ­systems, which could launch attacks on jets or commercial airliners.

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Potências européias retiram cidadãos da Líbia e companhias petrolíferas euroamericanas pressionam pela deposição de Kadafi

28 de fevereiro de 2011

World Workers
 Feb 27, 2011

European imperialists deploy military forces in Libya evacuations

U.S. imposes sanctions as oil companies salivate over prospect of ‘regime change’

By Deirdre Griswold

Feb. 27 — As fighting continues between government forces and an opposition that is increasingly carrying out military attacks and has taken control of much of Libya’s oil-producing regions, tens of thousands of foreign nationals are leaving the country.

The vast majority are workers who have left on civilian vessels — ferry boats, commercial ships and chartered planes. Other thousands have left by road.

However, the NATO countries — particularly Britain, Germany, Spain and Italy — have sent warships and warplanes to Libya, ostensibly to rescue a few hundred of their nationals. The most complete tally of the evacuations is being provided by Reuters.

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As disputas pelo controle do petróleo líbio

26 de fevereiro de 2011

McClatchy Newspapers
February 24, 2011

Who’ll control Libya’s oil economy if Gadhafi falls?

By Kevin G. Hall 

WASHINGTON — If Libyan strongman Moammar Gadhafi falls, his nation’s ability to return to normal will depend in no small part on who controls its production of oil, which is synonymous with the Libyan economy.

Oil accounts for anywhere from 70 percent to 90 percent of Libya’s earnings from exports, and the shutdown of oil deliveries amid a widening conflict has sent global prices soaring.

Though it has Africa’s largest reserves, Libya isn’t a major oil producer. It exports only about 1.2 million barrels a day, largely to Europe, while daily world demand totals about 88 million barrels a day, according to the International Energy Agency.

Libya is, however, the first member of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries to teeter on collapse. Several others_ including larger producers Algeria and Iran_ face growing unrest, and markets are alarmed at the possibility of instability spreading perhaps even into Saudi Arabia, the world’s biggest producer.

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