Friday, September 09, 2011


Celebrating the destruction of Libya by the CIA?

Libya is in chaos.

People are ignoring the council that is supposed to be running Libya.

"Misurata’s rebels have set up a security cordon around their city and reorganised their brigades to exclude them from taking orders from the council.

"Nafusa brigades are considering following suit."

(Chaos as Libyan council chief gives briefing in Tripoli)

On 10 September 2011 we read about 'Libya: So far', according to The Economist

According to The Economist:

1. Much of Tripoli feels half empty.

Most shops are shuttered.

There are continued shortages.

Petrol queues in some areas stretch for a kilometre.

Bread is scarce.

2. There is not yet much sign of government in Tripoli.

Tripoli is run by and policed by bands of bearded fighters who cruise around in pickups mounted with heavy guns and lounge at checkpoints.

There are Libyans who believe the rebels are rapists and looters.

3. The rebel army is loosely organised and ill-disciplined.

Weapons proliferate, including explosives and rockets in unguarded piles.

Libya's new regime: Who's in charge? asks The Economist

According to The Economist:

Tripoli's city council overturned Benghazi's appointment and insisted on putting Abdel Hakim Belhaj, a jihadist veteran, in charge.

Some rebels are reluctant to obey the new National Liberation Army led by Mahmoud Suleiman, the official overall commander, and Khalifa Haftar, its commander on the ground.



Noor al Haqiqa said...

No one should be at all surprised by this should they?

Meanwhile those who belong to the "wrong" tribe are in fear of their lives.

This war is far from over.

Viva Qaddafi He was not perfect but he was very very good for that nation. And, horror of horrors, he has cajones.

Pip pip cheerio and it is Syria next.

Anonymous said...

Here's a video with the truth about Libya:

brian said...

when the rats move in ..people move out//as in Benghazi

U.S. Congressman Witnessed European Special Forces Beheading Libyans


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