Patrick Mbeko held a several conferences in Spain, one of which was hosted by Anti-Imperialist Internationalist Front (FAI).
In the various events that have been organized, the author spoke about the theme of his latest book, ‘Objectif Kadhafi’, the destruction of Libya and how it affected the rest of Africa. But he did not only talk about Libya. Mbeko is an expert in conflicts and African geo-strategy, he is a great researcher on issues relating above all to the Great Lakes region of Africa, his homeland, and he will answer all the questions he is asked about the situation in Africa openly, as is customary in him.
Mbeko is a regular advisor and commentator in many international media. His discourse does not leave anyone indifferent, because he has carried out meticulous research, and provides documentation and incontestable evidence to everything he says in his writings and interviews.
On July 10, 2019, the Anti-Imperialist Internationalist Front ( FAI ) organized a talk entitled “The Destruction of Libya and Imperialist Control of Africa,” by Congolese journalist and researcher Patrick Mbeko, an African geopolitics and conflict analyst currently living in Montreal, Canada.
In a crowded room, Mbeko spoke of an investigation that has taken him four years: the truth about the NATO murder of Muamma Gaddafi in 2011.
In Libya its soft coup d’état tactics would not work, as in neighboring countries, here NATO had to hire mercenaries from Al Qaeda, transport them to Libya, arm them and pay them, so that they could represent to the Western corporate media the role of “peaceful demonstrators” even though they had nothing from the peaceful. They were heavily armed terrorists with a well-established plan: not only to overthrow, but to assassinate Gaddafi.
As a consequence of Trump’s recent Executive Order decreeing the absolute embargo of Venezuelan property and assets, the solidarity movements, the FAI among them, met at the Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in Madrid to show their support for sovereignty and the Revolution.
At the event, the campaign launched by President Maduro to demand that the UN Secretary General adopt a position condemning the criminal embargo to which the US administration submits the Venezuelan people was presented.