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via Dennis South

Over the past 2 weeks, NATO and the rats have suffered 16 major losses:

1. The Libyan Defense Forces re-captured Brega. That’s the oil port where they ship out oil. It’s what NATO wanted to capture, and hold, more than anything. They have NEVER been able to hold Brega, and it is now in the hands of Gaddafi.

2. The Libyan Defense Forces re-captured Ras Lanouf, an important oil refinery. My understanding is that, due to this Jamahiriya success, oil exports from Libya have dropped from 200,000 barrels a day to 20,000, if I read correctly.
3. Their attacks on Bani Walid were rebuffed severely by the Libyan Defence Forces. The “rebels” lost 1,000 soldiers. And the defence was so strong that the rats refused their commanders’ orders to return to the fight. When asked if they were fatigued, they told their commanders, “No. We just do not wish to spill Libyan blood anymore. So, this is a turn of events that might get stronger. We’ll have to wait and see.

4. Same is the case with their attack on Sirte

5. Ditto for Sebha

6. Gaddafi now has at least 10,000 Tuaregs at his disposal (and maybe more), and some of them have crossed into Libya to help him fight. I believe they are now part of his security squad. But the other thing that happened, and that was reported even by the mainstream press, is that Saadi Gaddafi, who the press had attempted to give the impression that he had left the fight by going to Niger, has re-entered the fight. And he has the support of those 10,000 Tuaregs. I do not know if he brought all of them, but my understanding is that thousands of them are now IN LIBYA. The Tuareg council had a meeting of 3 or 4 different representatives of the Tuareg tribes of the Sahara. And they issued a WARNING to Niger: If you interfere with Gaddafi, we will overthrow your government. The Tuareg’s are KNOWN, by military experts, to be the world’s top desert fighters–barring none.

7. Other Saharan tribes and sub-tribes are rallying behind Gaddafi. These are non-Libyans and fiercely loyal to Gaddafi.

8. There’s a gradual trickle of Arab fighters, from other countries, coming to Libya to fight alongside Gaddafi. That is a big surprise, quite frankly (though it shouldn’t be). If this trend continues, it could be quite interesting, and quite positive for the Jamahiriya.

9. Although most all of Tripoli is in the hands of the “rebels,” LDF sniper-marksmen are popping off “rebels” left and right, using silencers. Also, Tripoli hospitals are FILLING UP with European mercenaries who are being shot by fighters of the resistance. It’s guerilla warfare.

10. There is mass chaos in Benghazi, the HQ of the “rebels.” Residents are flying the green flag, in defiance of the “rebels.” Al-Qaeda, which from the outset has been a major NATO-supported component of the rats wants Mustafa Abdul Jalil, head of the “rebels,” dead, and they actually announced that. The “rebels” themselves are fighting against each other, even on the battlefield.

11. The Egyptian army has not been able to stop Arab tribes from cross the Egyptian border and going into Libya to help Gaddafi.

12. The “rebels” have no chain of command, and this week they fought each other about that.

13. Some of the rebels are simply leaving the battlefield, after having attained the loot that they want–a phenomenon that Dr. Webster Tarpley predicted would happen.

14. DEBKAfile, a top Israeli military/intelligence news organ, wrote a very, very strong and interesting article in which they said, in effect, that now that Gaddafi is out in the desert, he has MORE power than when he was in Tripoli. There is now time to regroup and to plan.

15. Khamis al-Gaddafi is fighting SO well and so brilliantly, that Russian military experts that are watching the war closely stated, yesterday I think it was, that Khamis has EARNED, on the battlefield, the rank of GENERAL. That is huge. Not because of the rank title, but because this means that NATO, in Khamis alone, is in DEEP SHIT.

16. Mustafa Abdul Jalil, the head rat, was forced to admit, right in front of his French masters, that Gaddafi and the Jamahiriya HAS ALL OF LIBYA’S GOLD. That’s right. Libya’s gold is in the hands of the Jamahiriya, and it’s a LOT of gold that will allow the Jamahiriya to fight for a long time to buy anything it needs. Libya is amongst the top 25 countries in terms of gold reserves, as I understand it.

My hope is that NATO has opened up a huge can of worms that will sweep across all of North Africa. The Saharan tribes have a deep reverence and respect for Gaddafi. They are not controlled by any of the governments in the region and have always lived their own life of independence and taken nothing from the various governments in parts of: Algeria, Niger, Mali, Burkina Faso, Chad, Libya.

DEBKAfile pointed out that Gaddafi now has free reign to roam over 5 or 7 African countries, in the desert, and that it is “impossible” [that’s the word that was used by DEBKAfile] for NATO to cover that distance, which is about 682,000 square miles, if my memory serves me correctly–maybe more.

The whole world is waking up to what the Libyan slogan means: “All power, all wealth and all arms in the hands of the people.”

The Tuaregs made an announcement that was also a WARNING to the rebels. They said something like, “Only those people can cross our deserts WHO WE LIKE.” And they don’t like the rebels. The rebels slaughtered a group of Tuaregs in Libya and are carrying out ethnic cleansing (genocide) against Blacks in the limited areas they now control in Libya.

About Algeria: Algeria is helping Gaddafi. I refuse to believe that they’re not. It’s clear to me that they are. They have to, because Algeria shares a long border with Libya, and the AQIM (Al-Qaeda in the Maghrib) is causing problems. Algeria is handling them very well. But they are 4,000 strong, and Western and Russian intelligence says that they have more weapons than anybody in the area.

Algeria will not be able to play the games that other Arab countries play. That’s my belief. Also, it is known that some Algerians have stormed some city and fought and removed some Al-Qaeda people.

Another factor is TIME. My hope–and it’s only a hope–is that even the Arabs are going to learn just who Gaddafi is. Time is allowing millions of people [quite literally] to learn more about Gaddafi. Those who, before, hated him, are now LOVING him. Everybody likes the underdog that FIGHTS BACK.

(source: Leonor)


Libya: 15 Rebels killed as Libyan Army attack oil refinery

Gaddafi loyalists launched an attack on Libya’s largest oil refinery on Monday, leaving 15 people dead, according to officials in Benghazi, amid fears of a guerrilla campaign of sabotage.

Witnesses said a convoy of pickups drove out of the desert at 9am and attacked the facility close to Ras Lanuf, about 380 from Tripoli, on the approach to the regime stronghold of Sirte.

Abdalil Salah, an official in the interim oil ministry, said it was an attempt to disrupt the plant and prevent efforts to resume oil production.

“They came out of the desert from the south and attacked the main gate from a distance with rockets,” he told The Daily Telegraph.

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LIBYA. Fighting back against Evil Forces. Truth of Resistance 9/9/2011

‘The Truth About the NATO/NTC War on Libya!
1. For 42 years Colonel Gaddafi used oil money to enrich Libya, to improve the lives of Libyans and to empower African states. This is why Gaddafi is alive, supported and continues to defy the West and speak the truth.

2. Both the West and the Arab world hated these facts because it affected their quest for power and profit. They wanted to lead Gaddafi but Gaddafi did not want to be led and instead used them as a stepping stone to his achieve his own aspirations and those he had for Libya and Africa.

3. 2011 – Foreign mercenaries pour into Libya via rebellions in Egypt and Tunisia, while Libyans and those in the capital support Gaddafi.

4. NATO then finds a few leaders amongst traitors in Gaddafi’s military, Al-Qaeda and elsewhere who send mercenaries and gangs to instigate riots in Libya to create instability.

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Witnessed report a huge explosion in the Southern Tripoli district of Bani Ghasheer, targeting NATO militia.

It is yet unknown how many killed or injured by the explosion. Qaddafi has called this the moment of Zero, meaning that NATO militia is panicking and it is time to attack and kick the agents out of Libya. The attacks have been all around Libya, against NATO militia.

Different factions of NATO militia has also started inner fighting, causing confusion. Reports suggests that NATO militia has started attacking its own fighters in the outskirts of Bani Walid, while the Libyan Army has pushed them back, killing three in the process.

The confusion and chaos continues, NATO is panicking but has played a bluff, claiming they will continue the terror operations.

Whether NATO continues its operations is yet to be known, at this end of September NATO has to vote again, if the votes fail, then NATO militia will be abandoned to face the wrath of Libyan people.


Libyan Jamahariya Army attacked an oil refinery near Ras Lanuf killing 15 NATO militiamen, this comes after the Libyan Army defeated NATO militia multiple times in Sirte and Bani Walid. Qaddafi in his latest speech stated that this is the moment of zero, meaning it is time to attack NATO militiamen in other areas where they believe to be in control.

This is an important time to attack NATO militia mainly because they are panicking, they are panicking because NATO has to vote at the end of this month, and if NATO does not vote for the continuation of terror opertaions, then NATO militia has to face Libyans without any air cover. Without that air cover and terrorism they won’t survive even one day, because they have absolutely no support in Libya.

(source: Ozyism)


Libya – Anonymous recognizes Col. Muammar Gaddafi as “leader of the free world”!


‘Green Libya’ Fights Against NATO-Al Qaeda Invaders


By Marek Glogoczowski

“On Sept. 1st, representatives of 60 countries gathered in Paris and decided that the ‘legal’ government of “Democratic Libya” is the self-appointed Transitional National Council (TNC), formed half a year ago from former “Green Libya” bureaucrats in Bengazi. It means that since this moment, for these 60 NATO (& Al-Kaida) sympathizers, “insurgents” in Libya have turned into “legitimate rulers” of this very small (considering its population of only 6 million) country.

At the same time, the still controlling several cities (Syrta, Sabha, etc.) and immense deserts of Libya sympathizers of “Green Jamahurdyia” have become “rebels” and “insurgents” fighting against the NATO-alKaida planned “New-old Kingdom of Libya”. Continue reading

Libyan Leader Muammar Qaddafi Speech on September 8th, 2011

“To our brave Libyan people that are resisting; the land of Libya is your property and your right from the days of your grandfathers and great grandfathers.

Those that attempt to revoke it from you; are the insiders , foreign backed mercenaries and stray dogs, those foreigners that have resided in Libya for a long time that attempt to take the land of your grandfathers away from you.

This is impossible we will never leaver the land of our grandfathers, their families back then where spies for Italy, and nowadays are spies for France and Britain the same sons are following in the footsteps of their fathers and grandfathers; the steps of dishonor.

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Libya’s Great Man-Made River Project And NATO War Crimes


Muammar Gaddafi: “After this achievement, American threats against Libya will double… The United States will make excuses, but the real reason is to stop this achievement, to keep the people of Libya oppressed”


By Frances Thomas

September 1st is the anniversary of an event little known in the West. Today, twenty years on, the people who deserve to be celebrating it, are instead enduring a war. Yet the achievement changed their lives greatly and merits recognition.

A tap was turned on in Libya. From an enormous ancient aquifer, deep below the Sahara Desert, fresh water began to flow north through 1200 kilometres of pipeline to the coastal areas where 90% of Libyan people live, delivering around one million cubic metres of pure water per day to the cities of Benghazi and Sirte.

Crowds gathered in the desert for the inaugural ceremony. Phase I of the largest civil engineering venture in the world, the Great Man-made River Project, had been completed. Continue reading

Very realistic cartoon about the coward rebels and the mighty legitimate LION



I believe Libya has given us an opportunity to see what our leaders are doing.
Help Libya and in doing so help yourselves.

Green Book


30,000 Bombs On Libya


Thomas C. Mountain

“After some 8,000 bombing raids, with estimates of 4 bombs used per attack NATO has already dropped over 30,000 bombs on Libya. That’s almost 200 bombs per day for 6 months, some tens of thousands of tons of high explosives. With an estimated 2 Libyans killed per bomb and without a single NATO casualty the Western regimes have massacred over 60,000 Libyans in the past half year with the rebels themselves having said there have been 50,000 Libyan deaths. One hell of a humanitarian intervention isn’t it?

How the “civil war” in Libya has proceeded can best be described in light of the events of August 21. On that Sunday afternoon a BBC film crew showed a rebel column fleeing the approaches to Zawiya outside of Tripoli. With their tales between their legs, glancing fearfully over their shoulders as they fled wildly back down the road from whence they came, even the BBC presstitute on the scene could not contain his disgust at the sight. Once again the rebels had run into stiff resistance and had shown their true mettle by fleeing the fight.

The next morning a France24 reporter recounted how later that Sunday night she had accompanied these same rebels as they drove almost unopposed through Zawiya into Green Square in the heart of Tripoli, this time passing row upon row of bombed out still burning buildings.

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NATO Zionists Controlled Butchers Vow To Stay In Libya

NATO says that with the Gaddafi regime ousted, it is close to success in Libya. Nevertheless, the alliance promised to remain in the region in order to secure its UN mandate.

During a briefing in Naples on Tuesday, NATO spokesperson Oana Lungescu told the media:“The NATO mission is important, it’s effective and it’s still necessary in order to protect civilians. As long as threats remain, there’s still a job to be done and we will get that job done.”

(source RT)

Gaddafi Disappearance a clever move