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lenores wrote in ja_za_kaddafi
September 23rd, 0:27
Original taken from stalin_ist in Libya: the green banner of Benghazi
Gaddafi: Free People - unbeatable!
TV Tonight NSNBC received confirmed reports that the green flag was raised over parts of Benghazi. Green Flag was also raised again in many parts of Cyrenaica. There are continuing reports of clashes in Tripoli. This means that the resistance to the aggression of NATO entered a new phase. There is evidence of mercenaries command statements that all bengaziyskie rats were killed at Sirte and Bani Walid.
The campaign against the Bani Walid is reduced to the air raids and bombardments, but the entry of mercenaries is the question. The same is true in Sirte and Sabha, which is of great strategic importance. The fact that the green flag was raised over parts of Benghazi, Cyrenaica, and there is evidence of words Gaddafi that the Libyan people themselves the rulers of the country. And they will never agree to a different board.
Yesterday, Agence France-Press reported that Libyan army advances involve the use of "Grad", 15 km from Beni Walid forcing mercenaries in a panic to escape. Rats, on their own estimates, have lost 1000 of terrorists and mercenaries under Beni Walid.
Women's Committee of Libya in Sabha, Sirte, Bani Walid and in other cities said that women take up arms to expel the invaders.
More good news, China refused to unfreeze Libyan assets in Chinese banks to PNS.
Iraq. Banned in Iraq, the Baath Party under the leadership of Izzat al-Douri said that they join the fight against the Western invaders, led by Muammar Gaddafi.
Guerrilla War Against NATO-rebel Rule Begins in Libya
NATO poised to use tactical nuclear weapons when all else fails, as it will, in the attempted occupation of Libya and failed installation of a puppet government
In the wake of NATO bombing in support of CIA-backed “rebels” and the attempts, now in their 7th month, to push Libyan hero Muammar Qaddafi out of Libya and over throw the democratic Jamahiriya government, Libyan resistance forces aligned against the newly-installed lackey regime are beginning to wage guerrilla warfare, as promised, leaving much speculation about the future of the resource-rich north African country which NATO continues to destroy in the hope the puppet regime can come to power.Nevertheless, the puppet "National Transitional Council" still controls only parts of Libya's biggest cities, but is far from controlling the vast majority of Libyan territory, nor is firmly in control of oil, and is immensely unpopular with the population which had benefited immensely under the leadership of Muammar Qaddafi.