Hello everyone,

This time I am writing as common man who is confuse with whatever happening in Libya. I am not blaming anyone, or not telling who is right or wrong. I was just confused after my research.
All over the world you will find Gandhi & anti Gandhi people, football & anti football people as well as vegetarian & non vegetarian people. Same way we can predict that in Libya there must be Gaddafi & anti Gaddafi people.
Few months’ back, I heard in media about issues of Libya, and was thinking that – people of Libya must be suffering from education, health, environment, energy, overall development issues. Adding to that I thought its desert so must be issues related to food and drinking water as well.
I was speechless when I came to know about the real facts. I heard totally opposite in media so thought it must be fake data and started my research. We are action team from 6 countries so I thought to compare all countries with Libya and I shared my full research with our team. Here I am sharing comparison of India & Libya only.
Comparison between India and Libya - (Old data but easy to compare and understand)
                                                                          India            Libya
-    2006, Income / person (GDP/Capita - $)            2300            11305
-    2007, Subsistence income per person ($)                6                26
-    2010, Human Development Index                    0.519            0.755

-    2007, Cell phones (per 100 people)                       21            73
-    2008, Internet users(per 100 people)                    4.5            5.1
-    2005, Car, bus, truck (per 1000 people)      12 (year 2002)        257

-    2006, Gasoline Price ($ / Lts)                              1.01            0.13
-    2006, CO2 emission (Tons/person)                       4.7            1.6
Surprisingly, they are FAR ahead than India, so I thought to analyze whether people were not educated or what?
                                                                           India            Libya
-    2005, Literacy Rate (adults)                                 64%            86%
-    2005, Literacy Rate (Youth)                                 80%            98%
-    Girl : Boys ratio                                                   91            108
I was shocked again, I thought let me check their health part, Libya Government may be not taking care of people, something might wrong there.
                                                                           India            Libya
-    Life expectancy (in years)                                    63               74
-    2006, Child Mortality (Dying / 1000 people)           74                32
-    Maternal Death, No (% of total population)        68310 (0.006%)    58 (0.001%)
-    Infant Mortality (rate / 1000 birth)                        54               16
-    2007, Malnutrition                                              44%            5.6%
-    Government  contribution on Health Spending /person 19.3%    70.0%

Now its height, is it so that their people are crazy or Government of Libya is harassing people, so checked other data… here is the facts
                                                                            India            Libya
-    2005, Murder (per 1 Lac People)                           6.3              3.2
-    2004, Burns (per 1 lac people)                              14               4.2
-    2004, Drowning (per 1 lac people)                         6.7              2.5
-    2004, Falls (per 1 lac people)                                12              3.6
-    2004, Poisoning (per 1 lac people)                        8.9              2.5
-    2004, Suicide Men (per 1 lac people)                     23               5.1
-    2004, Suicide Women (per 1 lac people)                14               4.2

This analysis is killing me to know the reason behind attack, I realized yes it might be desert, water and food issue and I came to know about world’s biggest irrigation project famous as “man made project” – According to official website it is the largest underground network of pipes (2820 km) and aqueducts in the world for WATER (remember not for oil). It consists of more than 1,300 wells, more than 500 m deep, and supplies 6,500,000 m3 of fresh water per day with an investment of 33 Billion $.
Man made project video
This is an alert for us to understand the value of authenticity of news. These days news is often partly or fully different from the real facts.

This research is not about India but about the world. Check your country’s facts with Libya I
received this doc via email from a friend of mine from Sri Lanka, Bhagya Senaratne.

Youth and education systems at large has to take responsibility for authenticity and on how to
utilize media. Now it’s up to you from which perspective you wanted to see it because I am
responsible for what I say, not for what you understand.

Must see video

What can we do as individuals? : follow the facts, do research and check the authenticity before
we believe or spread anything.

Lots of love! 


16 Comments

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    Oktaviani Kharisma Gita

    17th July, 2012 @ 9:59 AM CEST

    I saw the news also, and there a lot of lies regarding Libya.
    But I am surprised with ur research..
    What can we do? Who we can believe now? Jazeera, Arabiya, BBC, CNN, AFP, DPA, RAI? They all liars..

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    KEDEI INAH

    19th July, 2012 @ 12:25 AM CEST

    Hmmm ... you have exposed the truth and brought everything to lime light. Well lets pray for them to overcome all these.

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    Stefan Alievikj

    20th July, 2012 @ 2:29 PM CEST

    Jatin made an extraordinary research here. And the point at the end of the text is clearly outspoken. We must be awaken and to question the information that for instance the media is providing us with. Because, media is weapon of mass destruction.

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    Rifat Sagor

    2nd August, 2012 @ 1:37 PM CEST

    great piece. read a bit late..:-)

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    Jatin Kataria

    4th August, 2012 @ 8:14 AM CEST

    @Oktaviani: its fact that, media is influence by lot many internal and external factors, . . we just dont need to judge about people or situation when we see the news. . .

    Lets pray and wish for upcoming journalist, and we can hope that they choose to share truth to the people . . . :) -- and we also do the same . . :)

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    Jatin Kataria

    4th August, 2012 @ 8:22 AM CEST

    @kedei - - wel my purpose is not to expose n all but by reading this, ppl can think on developing habit of not judging anything only by watching news and reading articles...

    @stefan: thanks stefan . . we must rethink about utilization of media in future. . .

    whether we are gonna share in social media just like that or only after confirming with the facts.. . .

    @rifat: thanks for appreciation dear . . :)

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    Shahzaman Murtaza Khuhro

    4th August, 2012 @ 1:02 PM CEST

    Jatin wonderful research, i loved the idea of comparison. your article is thought provoking, I have been writing on this too. I wrote about it in the initial days of killing of Moamar gaddafi. Kindly have a look at that https://www.facebook.com/notes /khuhro-shahz/gaddafis-cold-bl ooded-slaying-ignorance-abound /10150498222792067

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    Lucky Sibanda

    4th August, 2012 @ 7:14 PM CEST

    Great research .:)

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    Prity Dave

    4th August, 2012 @ 8:58 PM CEST

    Nice Article Jatin,

    Every coin has it's two Side, If you change only a coin, background would be as usual, but if you try to change you position, your view, You probably would be seeing a new background...I think same happens here !!

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    Teuta Bicaj

    5th August, 2012 @ 5:11 PM CEST

    Libya is what I believe, the most extravagant issue that has been prompted back, one year ago by following off your article, which is perhaps why media most often comes out as a most powerful weapon on a scale 1-5, after the most commercialized one, and that's the nuclear weapon–my contention is that the most vulnerable place within human beings is the perception.So, the Gadaffi and his autocracy which most definitely did exist is just a backside story whereas the real point, which is a libyan and arab in general mentality, is the historical timeline which indicates that history isn't changing it's core; Indeed, the major events have been squandered pretty ruthlessly in terms of the non-stop power exchange between it's leaders which indicates that the only thing that does not remain constant is the power and power exchange however people and social atmosphere hardly ever change. I believe that Gadaffi would not end, the way he did–on a pretty much monstrous way if he was a sweet pie and on the other hand I hardly believe that the way he ended up is the justified enough to give my support.What I also believe is that other means of media, such as social media among which facebook contributed a lot to a human bias in a case of Lybia.I mean, to be honest if you want to add some hot sauce and steer up the publicity, upload the famous,fb meme using a whatever kind of monstrous photo and add up the title:Lybia, Gadaffi or whatsoever; In more than a half of a minute,at leas 10 Fb pages with the audience of nearly 1,500 to 2000 people min.,will spread the photo,and another dozen number of other pages will share again and huge mass disorder will occur.Thus, people will create an image even without written press and everyday news broadcasted by Al jazeera or CNN;and I seriously believe that huge percentage of human population,who was following everyday news from Lybia and reports in general are confused and it shows that overall mass manipulation is shifting beneath our feet.

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    Jatin Kataria

    6th August, 2012 @ 5:48 AM CEST

    Shahz.. thanks for the feedback dude... n ur fb note is nice.. i liked it.. keep sharing through cf platform.. :)

    @prity: ur feedback sounds amazing.. coin might be same , u just need to change ur position.. thanks for d special words dear..

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    Jatin Kataria

    6th August, 2012 @ 5:50 AM CEST

    Teuta: Awesome one... what a eye sight... I really liked d way u looked at d article... Its really great to know ur thought process.. Highly impressive . .

    u r giving exact outcome of what we need to understand.. its our responsibility, not to spread anything without confirmation .. its will not happen globally but at least u n me can do it as much as we can ... :)

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    Prity Dave

    6th August, 2012 @ 7:43 PM CEST

    @ Jatin :- Thanks :)

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    Muhammad Jehangir Khan

    7th August, 2012 @ 5:24 PM CEST

    nice one brother.... as already discussed in the action team forums. It is really impressive work by you. yes news is what people want to see us not reality now adays.

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    Jatin Kataria

    7th August, 2012 @ 5:45 PM CEST

    @jehangir . . u r right... things r moving in bad road . . its like... to see thigns from diff glasses when it comes in front of u...

    ppl lik us ll take care of future .. ethical media . .. :)

    even intentionally i took old data for comparison bcaz i dont wanted to influence different msg . . :)

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    Prity Dave

    19th August, 2012 @ 8:06 PM CEST

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/i ndex.php?context=va&aid=29 234

    Jatin, You may like to read this article !!

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