Nov 07

Meet the GOOD GUYS (They simply haven’t changed!):

- Change: Al-Qaeda Flag Flying On New ‘Moderate’ Government Benghazi Courthouse In Libya

- Webster Tarpley: Al-Qaeda Commander of NATO’s Bloody Reign of Terror in Tripoli is the Monster Abdel Hakim Belhadj, aka Abdel Hakim al-Hasadi, Friend of Osama Bin Laden, former US POW, and Infamous Killer of US Soldiers in Afghanistan

- The Greatest Betrayal: Handing Over Libya To Al-Qaeda

- Asia Times Correspondent Pepe Escobar: Al-Qaeda Asset Is Military Commander Of Tripoli!

Meet the lie used to take out the BAD GUY:

- The Corbett Report:  The Assassination of Gaddafi & The Destruction Of Libya (Video)

- Former Presidential Candidate Cynthia McKinney Exposes THE LIE Used To Attack And Destroy Libya: ‘Truth is the First Casualty of War. No Justice, No Peace, No Truth..’

- Russian Military: Gaddafi Airstrikes On Civilians NEVER Happened! (RT – Video)

Meet the BAD Guy:

- Smoking Gun: Gaddafi Was To Receive U.N. HUMAN RIGHTS AWARD


- Libya dispatch: as lawlessness spreads, are the rebel ‘good guys’ turning bad? (Telegraph, Nov. 5, 2011):

Abdul Mojan’s moment of realisation came when the good guys threw him into the boot of their car, slammed it shut and drove off with him a prisoner inside.

When they finally stopped and hauled him out, he asked them: “What are you doing? I’m a revolutionary just like you! I’ve never supported Gaddafi.’”

But the former rebels didn’t care. They had taken a liking to the new office block in western Tripoli that Mr Mojan managed and they wanted the keys and ownership documents. He tried to reason with them, pointing out that there were plenty of government buildings standing empty.

To no avail, however. “We have sacrificed for this revolution and you haven’t, and now we will take what we want,” he was told by a cocky 18-year-old. “You can have the building back when the revolution is over.”

A week later Mr Mojan was still incredulous as he recounted his tale to The Sunday Telegraph, admitting that he felt lucky to escape without a beating although there was nothing he could do about the 5,000 dinar (£2,550) they stole from his car.

Many of Tripoli’s residents have had a similar moment of grim awakening in recent weeks. Their liberators, still swaggering around the city in Che Guevara-style berets and armed to the teeth, have not gone back to their home towns as they promised. Nor have they started handing in the guns they used to fight against Gaddafi, as they said they would.

“When they said Libya Free, they meant the cars, the refrigerators and the flat-screen television sets,” runs one joke doing the rounds in Tripoli’s cafes. Stories of gunmen taking expensive cars at checkpoints, giving receipts saying they will be returned after the revolution, are nervously swapped over cups of tea.

More alarming than the looting have been the armed clashes between militias. There have been three big fights in the capital alone in the past week; shoot-outs at a hospital, Martyr’s Square, and the military airport, which have left several dead and dozens wounded.

Then there are the detentions. With the fighting over, the revolutionaries have not been idle. They have kept busy rounding up hundreds of suspected Gaddafi supporters in a wide-scale witch-hunt, often on the basis of little more than rumour and accusation.

One man, a supporter of the revolution who was full of hope a month ago, described how his brother-in-law, Omar, had been grabbed by gunmen from Misurata. They were acting for a wealthy businessman from the city, with whom Omar had a dispute several years ago.

“They came to his house and Omar went with them because he believed in the revolution and thought it was a misunderstanding that would soon be sorted out,” the man said.

“But when they arrived in Misurata they threw him in their private prison and said they would beat the soles of his feet until he confessed. It is an old Turkish torture called the falakha. He was really scared, and he managed to escape by persuading one of them who felt uneasy about this to let him go.

“Next day they turned up at his house, and threatened his wife and children. Can you believe this? We have hundreds of little Gaddafis now.

“There is no one to stop them, and they are convinced that because they suffered in the war, they should be able to do what they like now. If it carries on like this I really fear for our revolution.”

Libya’s problems would not look so dangerous if there was a proper government in place to deal with them. Instead, more than two months since Gaddafi was driven from his capital, there is still a power vacuum. No government has been formed because former rebels cannot agree on how to share out power. The new prime minister, appointed last week, is a professor of electrical engineering originally from Tripoli who spent most of the last three decades at universities in Alabama and North Carolina – and was chosen because he offends nobody.

Abdul-Raheem al-Keeb has yet to prove that he isn’t more suited to running a university department than a former dictatorship awash with guns and riven with tribal and regional rivalries.

With expectations sky-high, his inbox is daunting: he has to get the economy going, head off separatists in the east who are talking about setting up their own oil rich mini-state, disarm the increasingly arrogant militias, and organise Libya’s first real elections.

He has been promised help from the West in building a democracy, yet so far there is little evidence of any. The United Nations presence has been kept deliberately small, at the request of the National Transitional Council. Only a trickle of aid workers have turned up, and experts in nation building with experience of Afghanistan and Iraq are notable by their absence.

“There is a deliberate effort to avoid the mistakes of Afghanistan and Iraq and not try to get foreigners in to micromanage everything,” said one European Union diplomat last week. “And the Libyans are proud people, they don’t want to look like a Third World nation needing a big foreign presence in here.”

A handful of enterprising foreign businessmen have arrived looking for opportunities, drawn by the prospect of lucrative reconstruction contracts. “We’ve come way too early, there is no one to talk to yet,” said a frustrated American who spent last week trying to set up meetings with representatives of a Libyan government which does not yet exist. “I will come back in the spring.”

Many Libyans remain hopeful about the future of their revolution. Omar Khalifa, of the charity Libya Hurra, was arranging the distribution of sheep and money to 2,500 needy families for the festival of Eid this weekend.

“Of course people have suffered a lot in the past year,” he said. “But the Libyans know they have to be patient, and that it will take a while to get back to normal.”

Getting the militias out of the capital would help, but the leader of one notorious brigade told The Sunday Telegraph his men will stay for the time being.

“We are here to help build democracy and protect the revolution”, said Mohammed al-Madhni, a commander in his fifties with a roguish grin.

His men, from the impoverished town of Zintan in the mountains south of Tripoli, were some of the most ferocious anti-Gaddafi fighters, but since the end of the war they have acquired a less savoury reputation for looting and starting fights.

The most colourful story told about them, not denied by Commander Madhni, is that Zintanis stole an elephant from Tripoli zoo as a trophy of war, taking the unfortunate beast back to their town in a truck.

They have taken up residence in the suburb of Regatta, a delightful district of palm trees and neat bungalows facing on to the blue Mediterranean. It was home to British and American oil workers and their families until they fled in February, as the revolution broke out.

Now the suburb has an eerie, deserted feeling. Doors and windows have been smashed so looters can get in, and the militias have spray-painted graffiti over walls. Only a few luxury cars are left, the ones with complicated security codes that make them difficult to steal and drive away. Several of those have had their wheels stolen.

“You could see them driving round in their pick-up trucks with big machine-guns going round the bungalows, picking up freezers and flat-screen televisions,” said one of the witnesses to the Zintan fighters’ looting spree.

People in Tripoli try to laugh about the mountain men – they are particularly amused that the Zintanis took jet-skis and fast boats back to their homes deep in the desert.

But there is also a fear that now the gunmen have a taste for power, and nobody to stop them, the post-Gaddafi future may be much more difficult than Libyans had hoped.

One formerly enthusiastic revolutionary, watching a group of young gunmen at a checkpoint, couldn’t help being gloomy.

“You have to wonder, is this how failed states start out?” he said.

More:

- Smoking Gun: Gaddafi Was To Receive U.N. HUMAN RIGHTS AWARD

- The Corbett Report: The Assassination of Gaddafi & The Destruction Of Libya (Video)

- Former Presidential Candidate Cynthia McKinney Exposes THE LIE Used To Attack And Destroy Libya: ‘Truth is the First Casualty of War. No Justice, No Peace, No Truth..’

Telefonica’s ‘Alice’ Model Vanessa Hessler Fired After Speaking Her Truth About Libya And About Her Relationship With Mutassim Gaddafi

- Saadi Gaddafi Smuggled Into Niger By Team Of New Zealand, Australian, Russian and Iraqi Ex-Special Forces

Change: Al-Qaeda Flag Flying On New ‘Moderate’ Government Benghazi Courthouse In Libya

- Killing Gaddafi: Longstanding US Policy

- Why Libya Was Attacked

- President Obama To Jay Leno: Libya Is ‘A Recipe For Success’

- Dr. Paul Craig Roberts: The End of History: Now That The CIA’s Proxy Army Has Murdered Gadhafi, What Next For Libya? – With Real Inflation At 11.5% And Real Unemployment At 23% Will The US Collapse In Economic Chaos Before It Rules The World?

- Bodies Of Gaddafi Supporters ‘Found Executed’ In Sirte (BBC News)

- Gaddafi’s Dream Capital For Africa Pulverised Into A Ruin

- Gaddafi ‘Killer’: I Shot Him Twice, In Head & In Chest (RT – Video)

- Muammar Gaddafi Salted Away About $200 Billion (Oh, sure!)

Gaddafi’s Final Hours: Nato And The SAS Helped Rebels Drive Hunted Leader Into Endgame In A Desert Drain (Telegraph)

- Straight From The Horse’s Mouth: John Bolton Admits All Of These Wars Are For Oil (Video)

- AND NOW: Gaddafi Body Being Taken To SECRET Location: NTC Official

- Meet The Real Muammar Gaddafi or Why The Elitists (NWO) Needed To Destroy Libya

- Qaddafi Was Captured Alive – Who Killed Him? (The Atlantic) – Rebels accused of executing former Libyan leader and son Mutassim (Telegraph)

- Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Dr. Steve Pieczenik Absolute Sure MUAMMAR GADDAFI Is ALIVE – ‘Obama Is An Obsessional Pathological Liar!’ (Video): (!!!)

“There’s no way they killed Muammar Gaddafi, that’s not our operating mode and I’ve been involved in 30 years with the takeouts and change the regimes.”

Libya Update (Oct. 3, 2011)

- The Face Of Libya’s ‘Revolution’ Is Literally Al Qaeda: Al Qaeda LIFG Leader Abdul Belhaj Writes Column For The Guardian!

- Total Nightmare In Libya: Thousands Of Surface-To-Air Missiles Unaccounted For

- Tony Blair’s Six Secret Meetings With Muammar Gaddafi

- Gaddafi Speech (Sep. 20, 2011 – English)

- What Really Happened in Libya? – Mahdi Nazemroaya on GlobalResearchTV

- NATO Butchers In Libya = ‘Killers Of The Worst Kind’

- Destroying The Libyan Culture (Video)

- Libya: Letter From Tripoli – Carnage of the Innocent

- Libya: NATO Destroying Sirte – Worse Than Gaza

- NATO Rebel Tactics Mean Libyans Can Never Surrender (Video)

- Gaddafi Son Saif’s Speech (Sept 01, 2011 – English)

- Webster Tarpley: Al-Qaeda Commander of NATO’s Bloody Reign of Terror in Tripoli is the Monster Abdel Hakim Belhadj, aka Abdel Hakim al-Hasadi, Friend of Osama Bin Laden, former US POW, and Infamous Killer of US Soldiers in Afghanistan

- France Made Secret Deal With NTC For 35% Of Libya’s Oil (Libération)

- GENOCIDE: NATO Bombs Libya With Depleted Uranium (Video)

- NATO Vows To STAY In Libya!

- Rep. Ron Paul on Libya (Aug 29, 2011)

- The Greatest Betrayal: Handing Over Libya To Al-Qaeda

- ALL SAHARAN TRIBES From Many Countries Offer To Help And Come To Libya At ONE Call From Gaddafi – Algerian People Headed For Libya Because Of Information That NATO Has 5000 Soldiers On The Ground In Tripoli

- The Truth About Libya (Video)

- NATO’s Rebel Killers Commit Racist Murders In Libya

- The Rape of Libya – NATO Special Forces on the Ground

- Asia Times Correspondent Pepe Escobar: Al-Qaeda Asset Is Military Commander Of Tripoli!

- Webster Tarpley On RT: Al-Qaeda Pirates To Grip Mediterranean If Rebels Take Over – We Are Looking At A Very Long War

- US And South Africa Strike A Deal To Unlock (To Steal) $1.5 Billion Of Libyan Assets

- Gaddafi On TV As Rebels Claim He’s Trapped (Video)

- Ex-Pentagon Official: ‘Gaddafi Switching To Guerrilla Mode’ – ’2000 Tribes Have Pledged Support For Gaddafi’ (Video)

- Asia Times Correspondent Pepe Escobar: ‘Libya is Iraq 2.0′

- Leak Of A 70 Page Criminal NATO Plan To Occupy Libya (Global Research)

- Saif Gaddafi’s Web Of Connections To The Elitists (Rothschilds)

- NATO Helicopters Are Inside The Streets Of Tripoli Killing Civilians – Every Night The Bombs Fall – Order: Kill Non-Mainstream Reporters In Libya To Bury The Truth

- You Can’t Make This Stuff Up: International Criminal Court (ICC) NOW Claims It Never Confirmed That Qaddafi’s Son Saif Al-Islam Was Captured – NATO Psy-Op Collapses – Qaddafi Prevails Again

- NATO Killers And PsyOps – NATO Wants To Destroy Libya, Not Gaddafi – French & UK Troops Landing In Tripoli? – Libya Will Win (Video)

- The Battle Is Almost Over: Destroying Libya To Steal 144 Tons Of Gold

- NATO Slaughter in Tripoli: Operation Siren Signals Assault By Rebels’ Al-Qaeda Death Squads

- Libyan State TV Newsreader Brandishes Gun And Says She Is Willing To Become A Martyr (Video – Translation Below)

The unconstitutional, illegal war against Libya is not about protecting civilians …

- Libya Update On The Retaking Of Misrata By Leonor

- Libya: NATO Strike Kills Dozens Of Civilians (Reuters)

- NATO Massacre Of Residents Of Zliten, Libya (Video, Aug. 9, 2011)

- Libyans Under The NATO Onslaught (Aug 9, 2011)

- NATO Bombs Libyan Hospital And Food Warehouses (‘In This Whole Area There Is No Military’)

- Libya War Lies Worse Than Iraq: ‘The Reasons For The Libyan War Have No Merit In Any Form’

- Libya War Crimes, Genocide – Lies Even Worse Than Iraq (Video)

- Dennis Kucinich: The US Must End Its Illegal War In Libya Now – ‘The president even ignored his top legal advisers at the Pentagon and the department of justice who insisted he needed congressional approval before bombing Libya’

- William Engdahl on Libya: ‘The NATO High Command Ought To Be Tried For Crimes Against Humanity For Bombing Civilians’

- NATO Declares Total War On The People Of Libya: Bombs May Hit Any Place At Any Time! – Total Destruction!

- US Admiral Admits NATO Trying To Kill Gaddafi

… it is about money, power and control. Libyans support Gaddafi:

- Tripoli on the Cusp By Dr. Franklin Lamb

- Libya Update On The Retaking Of Misrata By Leonor

- Libya: NATO Strike Kills Dozens Of Civilians (Reuters)

- US Recognizes Libyan Rebels As Libyan Government To Fund Them With $30 Billion In Assets Stolen From Gaddafi That Are Frozen In American Banks

- International Lawyer Franklin Lamb In Tripoli – Libyans Ask ‘Why Now?’

- Rep. Ron Paul on CNN: Libyan War Is ‘About Commercial Business!’ (And Totally Unconstitutional!)

- Illuminati Banksters Raping And Pillaging Libya – Goldman Sachs And Muammar Gaddafi

- Libyan Majority In Support Of Gaddafi: One Million Pro-Gaddafi Demo in Tripoli

- Libya: John Perkins: It’s Not About Oil, It’s About Currency and Loans – Rothschilds Finish Off Gaddafi – ‘The Price of Freedom’, Highest Standard of Living in Africa

The US is not playing a limited role as liar in chief Obama said:

- US Air Force Global Strike Command Hits 150 Targets In Libya Using Strategic Bombers

US Forces STILL Flying Hundreds Of Bombing Raids Over Libya As Liar In Chief Obama Says America Is Only Playing A Limited Role

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