SHOCKING! AL JAZEERA's FALSE FLAG SCAM WHICH TRIGGERED THE NATO INTERVENTION IN LIBYA HAS BEEN EXPOSED!
IN FEBRUARY,THE FAMOUS 'GADDAFI IS SHOOTING AT THE PROTESTERS' NEWS (WITH THE 'APPROPRIATE' VIDEO) WAS RELEASED! BUT NOW YOU CAN SEE THE REAL VERSION OF THE SAME VIDEO!
IT IS REVEALED THAT AL JAZEERA WAS EDITING IT, HIDING THE FACT THAT IT WAS ACTUALY A PRO-GADDAFI MEETING, PEOPLE WERE CARRYING GREEN FLAGS, AND THEY WERE SCREAMING "UNIDENTIFIED PERSONS ARE SHOOTING AT US", LOOKING PUZZLED BY THE FACT THAT THEY CAN'T SEE THE ONES WHO ARE SHOOTING AT THEM!
(MAYBE YOU SHOULD SEE THE VIDEO ON YOUTUBE 'SNIPERS IN KAIRO' TO GET A CLEARER PICTURE OF HOW THE FALSE FLAG EVENTS ARE DONE BY WESTERN AGENTS..) .
TRAGICALY ENOUGH, THIS FALSE FLAG EVENT AND A FABRICATED VIDEO WERE USED TO START THE WAR IN LIBYA!!!!!!!!!!!!
BUT HISTORY WILL REMEMBER LIES AND DECEPTIONS OF THE NEW WORLD ORDER,HISTORY NEVER FORGETS...
One of the "most professional" news networks in the world, it has to be cautioned that Al Jazeera is not a neutral actor. It is subordinate to the Emir of Qatar and the Qatari government, which is also an autocracy. By picking and choosing what to report, Al Jazeera’s coverage of Libya is biased. This is evident when one studies Al Jazeera’s coverage of Bahrain, which has been restrained due to political ties between the leaders of Bahrain and Qatar.[*]How come there are no calls for an intervention in Bahrain? Well, for one, it is a major base for the U.S. 5th Fleet.
Reports by Al Jazeera about Libyan jets firing on protesters in Tripoli and the major cities are unverified and questionable.  Hereto, the reports that Libyan jets have been attacking people in the streets have not been verified. No visual evidence of the jet attacks has been shown, while visual confirmation about other events have been coming out of Libya. [*]
Flag of Qatar, USA, France ... Poters in English? Strange ? coincidene? NO
Al Jazeera is not alone in its biased reporting from Libya. The Saudi media is also relishing the events in Libya. Asharq Al-Awsat is a Saudi-owned paper that is strictly aligned to U.S. interests in the Middle East-North Africa (MENA) region. Its editor-in-chief is now running editorials glorifying the Arab League for their decision to suspend Libya, because of the use of force by Tripoli against Libyans protesters – why were such steps not taken for Egypt, Tunisia, Bahrain, or Yemen? Inside and outside the Arab World, the mainstream media is creating the conditions for some war intervention in Libya.
More action?? perfect english?? flag of Italy, Frace and Qatar? coincidence? NO
The Transitional Council too has been waging an intense propaganda war. With the help of Qatar, the Transitional Council has established its own television and news channel. This is how the Los Angeles Times described the news sources run by the Transitional Council:
It’s not fair and balanced media. In fact, as [Mohammed G.] Fannoush [the former librarian who runs the media for the Transitional Council] helpfully pointed out [in his own words], there are four inviolate rules of coverage on the two rebel radio stations, TV station and newspaper:
-No pro-[Qaddafi] reportage or commentary (at least until the tyrant in Tripoli is deposed).
-No mention of a civil war. (The Libyan people, east and west, are unified in a war against a totalitarian regime.)
-No discussion of tribes or tribalism. (There is only one tribe: Libya.)
-No references to Al Qaeda or Islamic extremism. (That’s [Qaddafi’s] propaganda.) 
Moreover, Fannoush himself as the head of the opposition media acknowledged to the Los Angeles Times that the media in Benghazi serves as a mouthpiece for the Transitional Council.  The New York Times, which has predominately been supportive of the Transitional Council has been more blunt about the Transitional Council’s credibility: “[L]ike the chiefs of the Libyan state news media, the rebels feel no loyalty to the truth in shaping propaganda, claiming nonexistent battlefield victories, asserting they were still fighting in a key city days after it fell to Qaddafi forces, and making vastly inflated claims of his barbaric [acts].” [**]
 Ibid.; I have been given two explanations for this. The first explanation is that government agents from Libya have been disseminating misinformation to Al Jazeera. This includes reports made to Al Jazeera that jets have been attacking civilians in the streets. Gaddafi has used this to try to discredit Al Jazeera internally in Libya by pointing out to the Libyan people that no jet attacks have occurred and that Al Jazeera is broadcasting misinformation. The second explanation is that Al Jazeera is simply spreading misinformation. Whatever the case, both explanations agree no Libyan jets have attacked protesters yet.
 David Zucchino, “The voice of Libya’s rebellion is up and spinning,” The Los Angeles Times, April 7, 2011.
 David D. Kirkpatrick, “Hopes for a Qaddafi Exit, and Worries of What Comes Next,” The New York Times, March 21, 2011.