ICC ‘OPENS’ LIBYA WAR CRIMES INVESTIGATION TO TRY & COVER UP ALAN DUNCAN MI6 VITOL OIL TERRORIST CELL & MALTESE MONEY TRAIL (20.05.2015)

It is the deliberate failures of the ICC that has led our own civilian resistance to NATO to pursue other avenues other than the ICC, that we have previously pointed out, to apply universal jurisdiction over war crimes.

While there is absolutely no doubt that Vitol Oil illegally used the British regime to illegally overthrow the Gaddafi government, their Alan Duncan has even stranger bedfellows who still pretend they oppose NATO Wars.

 


 

this uncle tom who really should resign, has been instructed to try and cover up the money trail


It is documented that the leadership of the ummm...UK Stop the War Coalition conspired with Ken Livingstone for him to use his Mayoralty to along with the Tory Party try and illegally smash our genuine 24/7 civilian resistance.

 

Indeed one has to ask why the leadership of a supposedly large and successful anti-war protest even wanted to smash our little old 24/7 civilian resistance.

 

The fact their flawed premise was obviously that no-one should be 'allowed' to do more than the UK Stop the War Coalition were doing, which was ummm...nothing, is extremely illuminating about the fact they are not opposed to NATO Wars at all.

 

What they did not want was a picket like the one of many years at South Africa House over Nelson Mandela, that became actual civilian resistance to NATO like we did.

 

25.10.2007: LONDON EVENING STANDARD (BORIS JOHNSON'S ANDREW GILLIGAN ASKS): WHAT HAS 'STOP THE WAR' KEN LIVINGSTONE GOT AGAINST BRIAN HAW ?

 


april 2008: livingstone trying to hide his identity after i made a citizen's arrest of him (over his repeatedly trying to illegally remove our civilian resistance) before police try to rescue his...handbag because they cannot arrest me for anything.

 

Both Alan Duncan and Ken Livingstone were gunning for me in April 2008, after I had completely exposed them both as utter frauds (Duncan was trying to cover up a £160,000 backhander from Vitol Oil while Livingstone was trying to pretend he was anti-war while trying to smash our civilian resistance)

 

01.09.2011: GUARDIAN ADMIT ALAN DUNCAN MI6 VITOL OIL CELL IS TRYING TO OVERTHROW GADDAFI

 

Livingstone and Duncan were both behind illegally imprisoning me without legal representation and trial in April 2008, while Duncan had me illegally imprisoned again without legal representation and trial before the Libyan admission above was made in 2011.

 

21.08.2014 FINANCIAL TIMES: ROSNEFT VITOL OIL DEAL SCRAPPED

 

12.05.2015 US & EU ‘GOVERNMENTS’ TRY & DISGUISE CARLYLE GROUP & GOLDMAN SACHS ETC LIBYAN ASSET GRAB THROUGH MALTA WITH BERCOW PAPARAZZI WAIL-ATHON (12.05.2015)  

 

13.05.2015 ICC 'OPENS' NATO COVER UP INTO LIBYA WAR CRIMES

 

 

Madame President, Your Excellencies:

1. Thank you for the opportunity to once again engage with the Council as I present my Office's ninth report on Libya.

2. My Office welcomes the ongoing dialogue with Council members, and in particular, Rome Statute States Parties who continue, in ways large and small, to bring justice as a paramount issue to this Council's table. It is these efforts that can tangibly demonstrate that justice and peace are indeed complementary and can go hand-in-hand. My Office supports these efforts as an essential tool for facilitating the work of the International Criminal Court ("ICC" or "Court") in the halls of the United Nations and beyond.

3. Toward this end, I extend my sincere gratitude to the United Nations Support Mission in Libya, and in particular, its Rule of Law and Human Rights unit. The Mission's support for my Office in its ongoing assessment of admissibility of the Abdullah Al-Senussi case has been essential. In particular, I would like to acknowledge with thanks the notable commitment of UN Special Representative and mission head, Bernardino León. My Office looks forward to continuing to closely work with the Mission in the coming weeks and months.

4. Finally, I would like to express my gratitude to the Libyan Prosecutor-General's office for its ongoing professional engagement in implementing the November 2013 Memorandum of Understanding between the Government of Libya and my Office. Together, we remain committed to bringing fair and impartial justice to Libya's victims. Madame President, Your Excellencies:

5. The deteriorating security situation in Libya continues to be a matter of great concern not only for my Office, but for this Council and the broader international community. Innocent civilians continue to bear the brunt of the deteriorating security situation. The frequency and brutality of assassinations, terrorist attacks, threats to media workers, human rights defenders and women in particular are especially troubling. Libya continues to be split, with two governments vying for legitimacy.

6. The international community must be more proactive in exploring solutions in order to tangibly help Libya restore stability and strengthen accountability for Rome Statute crimes. Toward this end, my Office has encouraged the formation of an international contact group on justice issues through which material, legal and other support could be provided to Libya.

7. My Office is modestly contributing to these efforts by fostering cooperative efforts between investigative authorities in Libya and other countries. One proposal I submit before the Council is for a willing State, with substantial experience in transitional justice, to consider partnering with Libya to explore more concretely how such a contact group might be brought to life in the near future.

8. It is crucial for such efforts to include local actors, so that their voices and views on achieving justice are amplified and heard. My Office appreciates the efforts that the UN Support Mission in Libya as well as the Permanent Mission of Libya to the UN have made towards this end, and looks forward to continuing these efforts with these and other partners as we forge ahead in finding solutions for the crisis in Libya.

9. As I have suggested in my previous statements, the Libyan authorities should facilitate a visit by representatives from the local councils of Misrata and Tawergha to New York to meet and engage with Council members. My Office agrees with those who believe that facilitating a solution for the Tawergha issue will have symbolic importance and resonance in Libya. While it has not yet been possible to organize this visit, I believe that with the help of the UN Support Mission in Libya, the Libyan Mission to the UN, the Libyan focal point to the ICC, and other initiatives engaging with Libyan local leaders and civil society to promote justice, we can achieve results before our next briefing in November 2015. Madame President, Your Excellencies:

10. I have taken note of this Council's resolutions 2174 of 27 August 2014, as well as 2213 of 27 March of this year. Both reference the referral of the Libya situation to the ICC in UN Security Council resolution 1970, and stress the importance of the Libyan government's full cooperation with the ICC and with my Office. Like the Council, we deplore the increasing violence in Libya, and we are deeply concerned at the impact of this violence on Libya's civilian population and institutions. Accountability for those responsible for violations or abuses of human rights or violations of international humanitarian law is essential.

11. I have also taken note of this Council's call for accountability for the use of violence against civilians and civilian institutions by groups purportedly claiming allegiance to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant ("ISIL") or Da'esh. My Office considers that ICC jurisdiction over Libya prima facie extends to such alleged crimes. I recall however the principle that States, in the first instance, bear the primary responsibility to investigate and prosecute their nationals who have joined forces with ISIL/Da'esh and are alleged to be committing Rome Statute crimes.

12. Similarly, my Office continues to be concerned about alleged indiscriminate attacks in heavily populated areas by both Libya Dawn and Operation Dignity forces, resulting in civilian casualties, in particular in Benghazi, Tripoli, Warshefana, and in the Nafusa Mountains.

13. I reiterate my call to all parties involved in the conflict to refrain from targeting civilians or civilian objects, or committing any other crime that may fall within the ICC's jurisdiction, and to be vigilant and actively take all necessary measures to prevent the commission of such crimes.

14. My Office is actively considering the investigation and prosecution of further cases, and will not hesitate to take such action as may be needed to contribute to ending impunity in Libya or to contribute to such action by other relevant prosecutorial authorities. Madame President, Your Excellencies:

15. Although the Libyan Prosecutor-General's office in particular has engaged in fruitful cooperation with my Office, I must reiterate that there are specific areas in which the government of Libya is in non-compliance with the Court's orders. In particular, I recall that on 10 December 2014, the Pre-Trial Chamber found that Libya has failed to comply with the Chamber's requests to surrender Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi to the Court, to return to his Defence the originals of the documents seized in Zintan by the Libyan authorities from the former Defence counsel of Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi, and to destroy any copies thereof.

16. The Pre-Trial Chamber decided to refer the matter of Libya's non-compliance to the Council in accordance with regulation 109(4) of the Regulations of the Court. The Office notes that the Council referred to this decision in United Nations Security Council 2213 of 2015. The Office continues to press Libyan authorities to comply and to consult with the Court in order to resolve any problems that may impede or prevent execution of the requests. This Council is also encouraged to do the same.

17. The Rome Statute provides for such consultation, and in light of the continuing cooperation my Office receives from the Prosecutor-General's office, the importance of constructive consultations to address problems which may impede or prevent the execution of these requests is even greater. My Office will do whatever it can to encourage and facilitate these consultations, with the goal of ensuring Libya's full cooperation with the Court.

18. In relation to the case of Abdullah Al-Senussi, the Office stated in its last report to the Council that no decision had been taken at the time to submit a request for review under article 19(10) of the Rome Statute. As indicated, the Office had requested information on the national proceedings against Mr Al-Senussi from Libya and had taken steps to access data and analysis from independent trial monitoring sources.

19. The Office has since received information from the United Nations Support Mission in Libya on the domestic proceedings, as well as from the Libyan Prosecutor-General's office and from independent civil society members. Based on this information and on an internal analysis of available video recordings of selected trial sessions received from United Nations Support Mission in Libya, the Office has concluded that it is not in possession of new facts that would fully satisfy it that the basis on which the case against Mr Al- Senussi had previously been found inadmissible before the ICC has been negated.

20. This position is taken on the basis of information that is currently available to the Office and is subject to change should we receive further reliable information that would warrant a reassessment of this finding. The Office will continue to monitor the situation in Libya and the domestic proceedings against Mr Al-Senussi. Madame President, Your Excellencies:

21. In conclusion, I will simply restate that there is more that we can and must all do to ensure peace and justice in Libya. I will do my part in the effort to end impunity, and I look forward to working with our partners in Libya and amongst Libyan civil society and grassroots leadership, at the UN, amongst the Rome Statute States Parties, and with the Libyan Mission to the UN, to bring these plans to fruition.

22. I thank you, Madame President, Your Excellencies, for your attention.

 

I am far from being the only one who noticed that Tony Benn from the fake 'UK Stop the War Coalition' overlooked the relevant fact his own son Hilary Benn is a war criminal as though the lives of innocent Iraqi children were an uncomfortable irrelevance.

 

may 25th 2010: the bbc illegally edited and widely published an audio recording before...

 

another guardian lie that suggested benn from uk stop the war coalition supported us

 

In fact Brian quite properly publicly denounced Tony Benn to his face in a packed courtroom in the High Court on the court record on June 21st 2010.


One of Ken Livingstone’s little rent boys is the Uncle Tom Lee Jasper currently pretending ‘Black Lives Matter’ along with the other UK Stop the War Coalition buffoon in the mix George Galloway who whores himself around Muslim communities.

These money grabbing talking heads are caricatures designed to cover up genuine civilian resistance to NATO really upholding civilian society's rule of law.

 


livingstone, galloway and the conservatives are all just as guilty as each other over attacking civilians on this one...

 

The Tories are confident about making such public statements threatening civilians who uphold civilian society's rule of law, because they know full well that the Labour Party et al, and including even the leadership of UK Stop the War Coalition like Galloway have done exactly what they are doing.

 

13.05.2015 QUEEN'S 'HATE' SPEECH 2015: “WE WILL NOT LEAVE YOU ALONE IF YOU OBEY THE LAW” IS ADMISSION WE WILL SECURE SECOND REPEAL


Everything and I mean everything people read in the MSM and much of their inevitable alternative ‘news’ media spin-offs is a choreographed distortion of the truth, designed to keep the civilian population within the control of the violent corporate world.

 

the faux 'human rights' lawyer who cries persecution when the government pretend to bring...one case against him...if only the rest of us mere civilians were so lucky, and he had gone to the ICC...twelve years earlier..


Anyone who takes even a glimpse at Vitol Oil will very quickly realize their modus operandi for making the largest sums of money, is to install people like Duncan in government to get western governments to impose sanctions and wage illegal wars on countries, so Vitol Oil can then do ‘deals’ for massive profits, because there are ostensibly sanctions etc.  

Vitol Oil profits are directly linked to and have been growing ever larger because of NATO Wars.

In legal terms it is certainly provable in a court of law, that Vitol Oil are key players in buying influence in government to impose sanctions and wage illegal wars where millions of civilians die, solely for their own corporate benefit.

It is only however a proverbial 'news' media myth that there are ‘opposite’ sides in 'politics'.  


The reason that the MSM is imploding is because it’s not much use their having big mouths if they have no respect for civilian society’s rule of law, which shows they have no respect for...civilians.

It is the money trail to Malta from Libya that the US & EU governments are desperately trying to cover up.

NATO and the ICC insult people’s intelligence by pretending civilian populations do not know what is going on.

Please note: Our long-standing civilian resistance that began on June 2nd 2001 is not a 'news' media outlet. We only publish information to help save civilian lives.