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Hoewel de NATO-oorlog tegen Libië vrijwel geheel uit het nieuws is verdwenen, gebeurt er op alle fronten nog steeds veel. Deze update is een haastig overzicht van de laatste berichten. Ze zijn min of meer gerangschikt op onderwerp. Laten we maar beginnen met de conclusie:

GEEN NIEUWS IS SLECHT NIEUWS Voor de NAVO en de NAVO-huurlingen…….

We horen de laatste paar weken bitter weinig over de vorderingen van de door ons betaalde humanitaire actie in Libië. Bovendien het schaarse nieuws dat boven water komt is nauwelijks geloofwaardig, aangezien de gecontroleerde media één op één dezelfde belangen dient als de opdrachtgevers van de NAVO terreur. Olie, water, herstelwerkzaamheden lonken aan de nieuwe koloniale horizon…..Het goodwill bliksembezoekje van Sarkozy en Cameron, haastig en met knikkende knietjes afgewerkt, doet daar niets aan af.

Maar wat is er dan aan de hand?

Op 5 mei j.l. heeft de Libische Stammenraad geproclameerd, dat Libië een soevereine staat is met Muammar Ghadaffi als nationaal leider. Misschien vooralsnog bij gebrek aan beter, maar dit heeft men toen op papier gezet. De media berichten daaromtrent uiteraard niets, immers vanuit de opstandelingenraad (TNC) is destijds het verzoek gekomen om de burgers tegen de Ghadaffi terreur te beschermen. Naar nu blijkt klinkklare leugens. Zoals het ook gelogen is dat de NAVO huurlingen 90% van het land onder controle zou hebben. Berichten ter plaatse geven een heel ander beeld.

Rebellen Libië blijven terrein verliezen

‘De missie in Libië verloopt naar wens’ liet een NAVO-woordvoerder recent weten. De westerse mainstream media (MSM) schetsen een beeld alsof de ‘bevrijding van Libië’ bijna afgerond is. Uit Libië komen heel andere berichten: de door de NAVO gesteunde rebellen, die bestaan uit speciale eenheden uit westerse landen en Qatar, criminele bendes en radicale islamisten waaronder leden van de terreurbeweging Al Qaida, hebben nog geen 15% van het land in handen en ze verliezen terrein.

Het stadje Gadamis, strategisch gelegen op het drie-landenpunt Libië, Tunesië en Algerije, kwam enkele dagen geleden weer in handen van strijders loyaal aan Kolonel Kadaffi. Gadamis werd terugveroverd door leden van de Touareg-stam, Libische loyalisten en strijders uit Algerije die de Jamahiriya (socialistisch systeem van Kolonel Kadaffi) steunen. De Algerijnse regering heeft haar bezorgdheid uitgesproken over de ontwikkelingen in Libië en heeft humanitaire hulp gestuurd. Zowel de Algerijnse overheid als het Algerijnse volk staan vijandig tegenover de inmenging van het Westen in Afrika en beschuldigen het Westen van neo-kolonialisme. Ook staat Algerije vijandig tegenover de terreur-organistie Al Qaida die momenteel militair gesteund wordt door het Westen.

Laatste ontwikkelingen Libië

Donderdagochtend (29-10-’11) rond 5.00 uur werd na hevige gevechten door de Khamisbrigade de groene vlag gehesen op het gebouw in Tripoli waar de CIA en de NAVO drie weken geleden haar intrek namen. De werknemers van de CIA en de NAVO brachten de nacht door in de groene zone bij de luchthaven waardoor niemand van hen gewond raakte. De Khamisbrigade nam documenten in beslag als bewijs voor de westerse misdaden. Meerdere controleposten werden door de Khamisbrigade veroverd.

Rond dezelfde tijd voerden loyalisten vanuit Sirte een zware aanval uit op de rebellen aan de buitenzijde van de stad. De rebellen vluchtten en lieten een grote hoeveelheid wapens, munitie en proviand achter die door de loyalisten in beslag zijn genomen. Bij de aanval kwamen veel rebellen om, schattingen lopen uiteen van 170 tot meer dan 1000.

Diverse media melden hevige gevechten in en rond Misrata. Benghazi-rebellen zijn slaags geraakt met Misrata-rebellen. Loyalisten hebben geen aandeel in dit conflict.

Who is Who in ‘NATO’s’ Rebel Libya?

In dit artikel staan de namen en foto’s van zes kopstukken van de NATO-rebellen-NTC.

After NATO has bombed their Rebels into power in Libya, a power vacuum was created, with only the economists Mustafa Abdel ‘NATO’ Jalil and Mahmud ‘Pittsburgh/Free Market’ Jibril as the only well-known faces of NATO’s TNC. But what about all the other people and Rebels in Libya? Who is the leader of the Misrata, Zintan, Benghazi etc – Rebels?

In order to get a better grip on the power struggle (1) in Libya it is convenient to get to know the players. This is what I have set out to do with this page, which I intend to update as soon as other names pop up. The names are order alphabetically. You can move your mouse over the pictures to see the name as well.

The War in Libya is a Fraud
By Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya, September 28, 2011

The war against Libya is built on fraud. The United Nations Security Council passed two resolutions against Libya on the basis of unproven claims, specifically that Colonel Muammar Qaddafi was killing his own people in Benghazi. The claim in its exact form was that Qaddafi had ordered Libyan forces to kill 6,000 people in Benghazi. These claims were widely disseminated, but always vaguely explained. It was on the basis of this claim that Libya was referred to the U.N. Security Council at U.N Headquarters in New York City and kicked out of the U.N. Human Rights Council in Geneva.

False claims about African mercenary armies in Libya and about jet attacks on civilians were also used in a broad media campaign against Libya. These two claims have been sidelined and have become more and more murky. The massacre claims, however, were used in a legal, diplomatic, and military framework to justify NATO’s war on the Libyans.

Using Human Rights as a Pretext for War: The LLHR and its Unproven Claims

NATO’s war on the People of Sirte

After weeks of bombing Sirte, a number of civilians have finally spoken out about how NATO is terrorizing the city of Sirte, and according to some civilians NATO is supporting a genocide.

Mass killing and humanitarian disaster in NATO siege of Sirte
By Bill Van Auken, 29 September 2011

Refugees from the Libyan coastal city of Sirte report that thousands have died as a result of relentless NATO bombardment and shelling by the the Western-backed “rebels.”

The two-week-old NATO siege of Sirte has left the city without adequate food, drinkable water, medicine and other basic necessities of life, creating hellish condition for its population of 100,000.

While the Benghazi-based National Transitional Council (NTC) has repeatedly issued announcements that the so-called rebels had advanced toward the city center under NATO air cover, they have again and again been forced to retreat under heavy fire from forces loyal to Col. Muammar Gaddafi, as well as what have been described as citizen volunteers.

In their frustration, the anti-Gaddafi militias have pounded the coastal city with artillery and mortar rounds, tank shells and Grad rockets, wreaking horrific destruction.

Thousands of refugees have tried to flee the city, forced to pass through checkpoints set up by the NATO-backed forces, where many have been taken prisoner, accused of being Gaddafi supporters.

Libyans flee raging battles in Sirte

Aid agencies say humanitarian crisis looms as NTC forces launch offensive to take control of Gaddafi stronghold.

Rebels retreat from Sirte after ferocious attacks from Gaddafi forces

While the fugitive Gaddafi’s whereabouts remain unknown, Libya’s defence ministry spokesman Ahmed Bani said in Tripoli one of his sons, Seif al-Islam, was in Bani Walid and another, Mutassim, in Sirte.

Along with his father and former intelligence chief Abdullah al-Senussi, (niet te verwarren met Idris bin Abdullah al-Senussi, die zich beschouwt als erfgenaam van koning Idris) Seif is wanted by the International Criminal Court for alleged crimes against humanity.

Sirte civilians accuse NATO of genocide

CIVILIANS pouring out of the besieged city of Sirte accused NATO of committing genocide yesterday as revolutionary forces reinforced their numbers and prepared for a new attack on Colonel Muammar Gaddafi’s home town.

Long lines of civilian vehicles were seen leaving after a night punctuated by NATO air attacks. Forces fighting for the National Transitional Council (NTC) added their own artillery and mortar rounds at regular intervals.

Civilians, many looking scared or sullen, said that conditions inside Sirte were “disastrous”. They made claims which, if verified, offer a conundrum for Nato, which operates with a UN mandate on the need to protect civilian life.

“It has been worse than awful,” said Riab Safran, 28, as his car was searched by revolutionary fighters. His family had been sleeping on the beach, he said.

“They have hit all kinds of buildings: schools, hospitals,” he said, referring to NATO airstrikes.

NTC Fighters seized control of Sirte Airport 28/9/2011

Al Jazeera klinkt minder en minder triomfantelijk…

Russia Today staat nog steeds aan de kant van de strijd van de Yamahirya tegen de NATO-roofmoordenaars.

Sirte Besieged: ‘No water, no power, people flee to desert’

Geüpload door RussiaToday op 30 sep 2011

Thousands of civilians are fleeing the city of Sirte in Libya, as fighting between pro and anti-Gaddafi forces there rages. Dubeh Sakhr from the international Committee of the Red Cross, says with the city critically short of water, food and medicine, the refugees have little choice but to head into the desert.

NATO need to be brought to justice for The Crimes in Libya

Anti-Gaddafi official killed in Bani Walid
Geüpload door cctvnewschannel op 28 sep 2011

Anti-Gaddafi forces have taken heavy losses as they push towards the ousted despot’s compound in his birthplace Sirte, while also being beaten back in his other remaining bastion, Bani Walid.

On the political front, a member of Libya’s new ruling National Transitional Council (NTC) said formation of a transitional government, already delayed by disputes over power-sharing, had been postponed until they had won control of the entire country.

Injured Libyan fighters transported by helicopter CCTV News
Geüpload door cctvnewschannel op 29 sep 2011
Voor de lange begeleidende tekst: ga naar YouTube.

Libya: Bani Walid Inside – 24/09/2011 – Free green Libya
Deze video maakt wel erg veel lawaai. Aanbevolen: zet het geluid even uit!

Libya: Gharyan city, Resistance destroyed NATO Rebels headquater

Green soldiers near Sirte
Deze soldaten van de Yamahirya gedragen zich rustig en gediciplineerd.
geüpload op 17 sept 2011

Libya: Khamis Gaddafi instructs the green soldiers

CIA-NATO Headquarters Raided, Green Flag Flying

On Wednesday 28th, mass demonstrations took place in Tripoli in favor of people’s power (jamahiriya) and the African Muslim revolutionary leader Muammar Qaddafi, liberator of humanity, author of The Green Book, advocate of the Third Universal Theory.

The masses demonstrated against the terrorist mercenary foreign armed forces which have been occupying key areas of Tripoli since 5 weeks after massive non-stop bombing and missile attacks by the world’s strongest military forces, 40 countries which are bankrupt, including USA, Canada, England, France, and most of Europe.

The bombing and missile strikes by the foreign NATO forces have lasted more than six months, killing more than 50,000 Libyans who wished to live in peace in the world’s only Jamahiriya where all power, all wealth and all arms are in the hands of the people, and not an individual, sect, group, tribe, party or government.

In response to the popular demonstration in Tripoli on Wednesday, the US-European sponsored Al-Qaida elements, traitor rats, ‘NATO rebels’ opened fire on the unarmed demonstrators and the response by the masses was ongoing throughout the day and night, with shooting in various parts of Tripoli, sending rats running, abandoning some of their check points, with NATO air force terrorists no longer knowing where to hit.

Libya, NATO Commander ” We have failed”.
Posted on September 29, 2011 by nsnbc

NATO´s situation in Libya is turning desperate. What was supposed to be a postmodern coup d´etat with singing tomorrows and a limited armed insurgency has turned into a massive military campaign with heavy losses. NATO and TNC become increasingly isolated in “pockets of occupation“. While whispers about diplomatic initiatives and power sharing increase, NATO began a bribe campaign and is scripting the US population for a possible false flag attack, downing a civilian airliner.

7 months of bombing: NATO war in Libya
Geüpload door RussiaToday op 29 sep 2011

Anti-Gaddafi fighters have taken control of the airport in the fugutive Colonel’s hometown of Sirte, the last stronghold of his loyalists. Reinforcements have been called in ahead of a fresh assault, in the face of stiff resistance. Civilians continue to flee the violence in the besieged city, blaming NATO for only adding to their problems. RT talks to Sara Flounders from the anti-war group the International Action Centre.

Libya Media Front: ‘No NATO success without Al Jazeera’
Geüpload door RussiaToday op 30 sep 2011

One of those Arab uprising countries which Obama blames for his economic strife is Libya where NATO’s still trying to force Gaddafi loyalists into submission. Anti-regime fighters have now taken control of the airport in the fugutive Colonel’s hometown of Sirte, the last stronghold of his loyalists. Civilians continue to flee the violence, saying NATO’s hitting their homes. Sukant Chandan joins us from London. He’s from ‘British Civilians For Peace in Libya’.

Make No Mistake: NATO Committed War Crimes in Libya
Geüpload door GlobalResearchTV op 28 sep 2011

NATO massacre in Zlitan, August the 8th/9th 2011.

A large number of casualties occurred in the city of Zliten, in the district of Misurata. In Zliten, 85 people were killed including 33 children, 32 women, and 20 men as a result of NATO’s deliberate targeting of residential areas and civilian infrastructure. Many of the injured civilian victims are in critical condition and near death.

Zliten has been under constant NATO bombardment for several days. The recent NATO attacks started at about 11:30 p.m. EET on August 8, 2011. At least 7 civilian homes belonging to local farmers were destroyed, killing entire families. In all 20 families were the targets of the NATO bombings.

What Really Happened in Libya – Voice Over
Geüpload door 108morris108 op 30 sep 2011

An intimate and frequent visitor to Libya tells the Libyan so-called revolution story.

A new video about Libya
Geüpload door TAR3K op 28 jan 2010

Libya’s new masters, the NTC

BBC Exclusive: NTC Fighters takes control of the Oasis town of Ubari #Libya 28/9/2011

En weer worden alle mensen met een zwarte huid gearresteerd!

Libya – An African War of Perdition – by an African

BBC Exclusive: Libya’s planned revision of school curriculum

De Groene Boek verbranding!

Failure in Libya
by Justin Raimondo

Libya represents the failure of the interventionist project envisioned by the Obama administration: as rebel gangs run wild, attacking rival tribesmen – and “traitors,” like their former commander-in-chief – the country threatens to become what the more ambitious interventionists love best: a Failed State, that is, a state that fails to maintain its monopoly on the use of force in a given geographical area. For the War Party, every such failure is an opportunity to fill the power vacuum.

Faster than you can say “I told you so,” we’ll have boots on the ground. No other course is possible, given what is unfolding in Libya at the moment. The country has no real government – a condition the Powers That Be cannot allow any longer than a few weeks. It could be that the National Transitional Council (NTC) will proclaim itself the “official” government, having already achieved this recognition from the NATO powers and the UN. Yet the reality on the ground is and will continue to be quite different. As the smoke begins to clear, one thing is becoming apparent: foreign troops will be patrolling the streets of Tripoli quite soon – and indeed they are already there, albeit out of uniform.

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1 Reactie op “Libië update: Yamahiriya sterker dan NATO”

  • mr. drs. BOU:

    Nog wat updates:

    Breaking News September 30, 2011 – Libya
    Geüpload door AfriSynergy op 1 okt 2011

    Sons of Guns: Tripoli wants revolution out of town
    Geüpload door RussiaToday op 1 okt 2011

    People in Tripoli have been protesting against the revolutionary troops that took over the city. They’re angry that hundreds of armed men are still cruising the streets after capturing the city in late August. Locals argue that their presence provides little security as they follow no particular orders and fire their weapons at will. Robert Parry, is the editor of internet investigative magazine ‘Consortium News’. He thinks people are now realising the cost of blindly supporting the revolutionary forces.

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