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Despite the lack of coverage by western corporate media the carnage continues in the failed state of Libya. Various factions of CIA-supported terrorists continue to vie for control of Libyan resources that they can sell to NATO nations for a piece of the action. In the name of "fighting terror,"  the US-led NATO coalition is resonsible for this mass theft of the wealth owned by Libya's people in Gaddafi's Libya.

Genocide of Black African workers,
murder and rape  are the consequence of NATO's "humanitarian" intervention. The resistance refuses to let the dream of democracy die and fights on for jamahiriya and the Green Revolution that Gaddafi championed.

On July 21 our guest was Libyan expatriate Nefeli-Alfitory, who has been living in Greece for four years and has been following events in her home country closely. Nefeli shared her personal experiences in Gaddafi's Libya and updated us on current events there based on information from her friends in her homeland.

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SFPI Radio is the international talk show designed to allow those struggling for social justice around the world to talk to each other about how we can support efforts to promote justice, democracy and peace in every nation.