Libyan military forces stand guard at a checkpoint to guard against the counter-revolutionary forces that are backed by U.S. imperialism and its allies. The patriots have made significant headway in defeating the rebels., a photo by Pan-African News Wire File Photos on Flickr.
Update on the struggle for the liberation of Libya and the unification of Africa - October 11th, 2011
Dennis South reports on some of the output on various blogs around the web.
By Dennis South
The purpose of these updates is to offer the reader a central location to read about the struggle in Libya, rather than have to search around the Internet. The information in these reports comes mostly from any combination of the following sites: Libya S.O.S. News; Libya Free Press - Jamahiriya News; za-kaddafi.ru; Ozyism, and DEBKAfile, when there's an article. Sometimes, such as with today's AP article, news from the "mainstream media" will be presented.
Tuareg rebel: Fighters from Libya are organizing
From The Associated Press: The spokesman for a hardline Tuareg rebel group in Mali says that his group is working with Tuareg fighters recently returned from Libya, and they are organizing for a possible rebellion.
Hama Ag Sid'Ahmed, spokesman for the North of Mali Tuareg Movement, told The Associated Press in an interview by satellite phone Tuesday that his group was holding meetings with the Tuaregs who just returned from Libya. He said there were discussions going on about a "common position."
He said: "We are preparing ourselves both on a political and a military level."
Moammar Gadhafi counted the nomadic Tuaregs as among his most ardent supporters. Since his fall they have streamed across the border into Mali as well as neighboring Niger.
[NOTE: I hope that the Tuareg tribes understand precisely who Al-Qaeda is, and work to wipe them off the face of the continent of Africa, especially North Africa. I hope that the Tuareg discussions that are taking place, concerning a "common position" to be adopted, will take into consider the vision of a unified North Africa, strong enough to withstand the onslaught of the northern countries, which have a long-range plan for the subjugation of the African people, and the theft of African wealth and African resources.
I hope that, in preparing themselves "on a political level," that they will consider adopting the political structure that the Libyan people developed, called the Jamahiriya, which has proven itself to be a very, very, very strong structure. The Jamahiriya political system has proven itself for almost 8 months. It is that system, along with the armed people and the Libyan Defense Forces, that has held off the greatest military alliance in human history--NATO.
This is now fact. Before this war, perhaps one might have debated the efficacy of the Libyan Jamahiriya political system. But there can be no debate now. The Libyan tribes were unified through the Jamahiriya system. That jamahiri system is the system that taught the people of Bani Walid, Sirte, Sabha, and other cities, how to defend themselves, as there is no weak minority government in Libya, instead the people have all power, all wealth and all arms in their hands.
I am only registering my opinion, that's all. I do not know how likely my opinion could reach those tribes, who certainly no more about North Africa than I do. But, I hope that Mathaba can make my opinion known, for whatever my opinion might be worth.
And here are two articles that I wrote regarding a political vision for North Africa:
The Great Socialist North African Jamahiriya
The Great Socialist North African Jamahiriya Revisited: Morrocan, Algerian and Libyan Tribes Meet to Unite .
I humbly submit my suggestions to the North of Mali Tuareg Movement: 1.) Unite with all of the Saharan tribes, and choose a leader. I suggest Muammar Gaddafi or Khamis Gaddafi; 2.) Liberate Libya, and restore Muammar Gaddafi and the Libyan Jamahiriya to their rightful place as leaders of Africa. This will demonstrate the competency of the new union to defend North Africa; 3.) Run Al-Qaeda and its Euro-American NATO protectors and facilitators into the Mediterranean Sea, and out of all of North Africa forever.]
The situation on the fronts of Libya: Yesterday, October 10, 2011
Sirte: As of yesterday, Sirte still holds and continues heroic resistance, including the western and eastern fronts of the city. The Libyan Army kidnapped a powerful rat commander of NATO, and several of his rat fighters, and they all admitted that foreign mercenaries are in Libya, helping them in conducting ground operations, and providing material and technical support.
Libya young girls and older women are participating in the defense of Sirte against the gangs armed by NATO.
Beni-Walid: Yesterday, Rats announced that they have withdrawn their forces from the airport due to a massive attack from Jamahiriya forces. But the reality is that they never took over the airport. The claim of taking the airport was false propaganda designed to give the impression that they are progressing well on this front. In fact, they were completely blocked from the airport. According to sources, 15 rats were killed and 50 injured on Sunday.
A just revenge has caught up with a sadist rat.
ALGERIA ISP / According to the site Zengtena, an expert sniper of the Green Resistance shot Ashraf Issa Barish in the eye, and killed him instantly. He died instantly.
Ashraf Issa Barich was a mercenary of Tobruk. Five other rats were killed with him.
Allain Jules: LATEST NEWS FROM THE FRONT
Bani Walid: There is division between the rats and their master, NATO. The rats accused NATO of not providing air cover. Near Bani Walid, 15 mercenaries were killed. Most of them were from Israel. And 50 were wounded.
Tripoli: There is a struggle at the center of Tripoli, under the guidance of Khamis al-Gaddafi. The TNC (rats so-called Transitional National Council aka NTC) has no control of Libya. From time to time there are shots heard in Tripoli. Jamahiriya forces destroyed another arsenal in Tripoli. Several explosions thundered in Tripoli yesterday and today, as NATO Apache helicopters patrol the sky over the city.
Tripoli is on the verge of collapse and is expected to fall soon. Everyone is saying, there has been no beneficial change for Tripoli, after the rats so-called "revolution," which has clearly failed.
Ben Jawad: Ben Jawad is a small town with 10,000 inhabitants, which is also part of the District of Sirte. The rats were defeated there. There were 60 killed and 30 captured. Others fled into the city of Misrata.
The British captured
Jamahiriya forces announced the capture of 16 British soldiers from the airborne units of Great Britain (SAS), 22nd Regiment, during a military operation near the town of Sirte. There were 44 British soldiers killed.
Black Libyans support Qaddafi and the Libyan Jamahiriya. They are warriors of the desert.
The Libyan-Irish mercenary who led the main anti-Gaddafi brigade into Tripoli in August has resigned from his position as deputy head of the Tripoli Military Council. Mahdi al-Harat came from Ireland. Fighters from some revolutionary brigades, mostly those from outside Tripoli who have remained in the city since late August, say they are not willing to recognise the council or Mr Belhaj, the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group terrorist with Al-Qaida alliances.
Morris Herman Report - October 11th, 2011
Transcription of Morris Herman Report:
Tripoli: Heavy fighting in many areas of the city of Tripoli, including the neighborhoods of Hadba, Abu Salim, Gargaresh, A’arada. Many NTC rebels have been killed in these clashes, and the Green Resistance is using calculated ambush tactics in many areas. There is a massive uprising in the city as life in the city continues to get worse with the arrival of more NTC rebels.
[Since Morris created this report, clashes have occurred by the Bridge District, Andalusia, Salahuddin, Abu Salam, and some areas on the plateau and the outskirts of Tripoli. There have been 27 rats killed and dozens of rats injured in ambushes].
The NTC rebels killed many of their own forces at the center of the city, after disputes increased over the control of two banks. Many of their forces died as different brigades started killing each other for control of banks.
In the meantime, the Green Resistance has captured the largest military airport of Tripoli.
NTC rebels found maps of weapon storage dug underground. Also, people were removed from apartments and homes were destroyed while rebel-rats searched for possible weapons stashes.
The NTC rebels have a lot of weapons, but they need more in order to gain the upper hand over their rival NTC brigades. NTC are infighting now within the city of Tripoli, as chaos continues.
Sirte: The people of Sirte have managed to defeat the rebels again and forced them into the outskirts once again. This has become the common pattern these days, while the world ignores the terrible plight of the people there who are forced to defend themselves against the rebels, while being bombed by NATO and having their food, water and medical supplies cut off. World media fails to report on this. The rebels are sometimes allowed to enter the city and then trapped and killed.
The Al-Qaeda brigades, called the Feb. 17 brigades and another brigade led by Ansar Al-Libi, an Al-Qaeda commander, have been destroyed. Three NTC brigades have left the battlefield. The situation is a humanitarian disaster. Civilians are suffering within the city. Over 17 contacts who regularly provided telephone news updates from within Sirte have died by NATO airstrikes.
Every other caller from Sirte is dead within 2 days of making a call. It is a real holocaust—a genocide of a civilian population.
Bani Walid: People of Bani Walid have defeated the rebels at the airport. The airport is fully in control of the Green Resistance. The people of Bani Walid do suffer from constant airstrikes from NATO.
Benghazi: Callers from within Benghazi stated that life is unbearable and the population has suffered greatly. Countless murders and mass killings continue within the city. There is large unrest within Benghazi as nothing changes within the city.
People are leaving the NTC, and others are already part of the Green Resistance. Overall opinion of the people is that the [so-called] revolution has failed, and only caused death and killings for the people of Libya. There are uprisings planned and people are organizing themselves.
General: NTC Libya has recognized officially the NTC of Syria. Currently, the NTC of Libya is also in talks with the NTC of Saudi Arabia and the NTC of Algeria. All these so-called NTC (TNC) are template creations funded by George Soros (who also sponsors WikiLeaks) and other globalist Zionists.
NTC: Inside sources within the NTC say that many brigades are planning revolution against NTC, and that there will be more infighting soon.