‘NATO’s bombing of Libya’s oil infrastructure destroyed the world’s largest groundwater reserves on land.'







Fridtjov Ruden was featured in the Norwegian newspaper Klassekampen

‘NATO's bombing of Libya's oil infrastructure will destroy the world's largest groundwater reserves on land. This is stated by geologist Fridtjov Ruden. Rival governments, refugees sold as slaves and great power. There is little in today's Libya that puts NATO's bombing of the country in 2011 in a good light.’

The original article (in Norwegian) can be found here:

https://dagens.klassekampen.no/2020-01-11/natos-ukjente-giftarv

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