Le modèle libyen de “la banalité du Mal” postmoderniste

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Le modèle libyen de “la banalité du Mal” postmoderniste

Qui se souvient de la Libye, des enthousiasmes libéraux et postmodernistes, Sarko & BHL en croisière-croisade et autre “guerre juste” ? Aujourd’hui, le pays s’effondre dans l’habitude catastrophique de nos entreprises. Le “modèle libyen” est donc devenu un stéréotype du modèle postmoderniste de “la banalité du Mal”, – désormais histoire connue et peinturlurée par l’apport de l’hypocrisie “bling bling”. On restera plus que jamais dubitatif sur le dessein profond d’hégémonie et de néocolonialisme prêté aux instigateurs de la chose. Le bilan est catastrophique pour tout le monde et à côté de ce néocolonialisme, le vieux colonialisme, quand il n’est pas déformé par la réécriture de l’histoire, mériterait des jugements moins péremptoires que ceux auxquels nous sommes accoutumés.

Entre divers articles rappelant périodiquement la chute habituelle aux enfers qui conclut cette sorte d’expéditions, voici un texte de Russia Today du 27 janvier 2012. Entre autres détails, on y trouve l’originalité de l’appel des équipes d’interrogateurs de tel ou tel pouvoir “révolutionnaire” libyen fait aux organisations humanitaires du bloc BAO à qui il est demandé de remettre ”en état” des prisonniers sortant d’une séance de torture, pour leur permettre d’affronter la suivante (séance de torture). Arrivée au bout de ses protestations, l’organisation “Médecins sans Frontière” a annoncé qu’elle refusait désormais de se prêter à cette infamie. D’autre part, quelques détails sur l’action de l’OTAN durant cette expédition mesure l’infamie (suite) du comportement obscène où est tombée cette organisation. La contre-civilisation est égale à elle-même : des parts égales de décomposition dissolvante, de cruauté et de déshumanisation enrobées dans le mensonge type-Rive Gauche.

«Amnesty International says in recent weeks, it met with detainees in Tripoli, Misrata and Gharyan who showed visible signs of torture – open wounds to the head, limbs, back and other parts of the body. “Several detainees have died after being subjected to torture in Libya in recent weeks and months amid widespread torture and ill-treatment of suspected pro-Gaddafi fighters and loyalists,” Amnesty said. “The torture is being carried out by officially recognized military and security entities, as well as by a multitude of armed militias operating outside any legal framework,” the statement reads.

»Medecins Sans Frontieres has suspended its work in Libya’s third-largest city Misrata over similar claims. The group says it encountered formidable obstacles it could not overcome. Burns from electric shocks and cigarettes, heavy bruising and renal failure – all this, evidence of continuing torture of prisoners, the organization says. When two more inmates died after beatings, the international group halted its mission in protest. “Patients were brought to us in the middle of interrogation for medical care, in order to make them fit for further interrogation. This is unacceptable. Our role is to provide medical care to war casualties and sick detainees, not to repeatedly treat the same patients between torture sessions,” the group’s General Director Christopher Stokes said in a statement. […]

»Demonstrations in Benghazi last week ended with the resignation of a high-ranking member of the National Transitional Council (NTC).

»In the former Gaddafi stronghold of Bani Walid, locals pushed out the NTC’s forces, claiming systematic abuse. “It started with the very beginning of the rebellion, […] the second day of the rebellion. On the 18th of February, 50 African migrants were rounded up, locked in the detention center and burnt to death. And the NTC expressed their support for this kind of behavior. This is part of the strategy of the West. You know, divide and rule. That was giving the green light to torture and execution – what we are seeing now. This is a clear recipe for civil war,” says Middle East political analyst Dan Glazebrook.

»Meanwhile, the behavior of the NATO forces that brought the NTC to power has also raised questions. Last year, a high-profile team of human rights activists went to Libya to investigate alleged international law violations in the country. The group examined the actions of NATO, former government and insurgents.

»The Arab Organization for Human Rights together with two other organizations released the final report. The document suggests “NATO classified civilian sites as military ones for attacks, including homes, schools, colleges.” Insurgents, the team claim, “also violated international law, including civilian killings; torture and other abuses.” All in all, investigators believe “crimes of war and against humanity were committed”.»

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