The Western media does not want the masses to realize that the North Atlantic Terrorist Alliance (NATO) campaign in Libya has become a humiliating disaster.
The media says Misrata is in rebel hands, and that the rebels have taken Zlitan, and are converging on Tripoli.
However numerous online sources say just the opposite, that Qaddafi loyalists yesterday drove the rebels out of Misrata, which is Libya’s third largest city. (Misrata, pop. 550,000, has a financial district, and is Libya's equivalent to New York City.)
Russia’s Pravda echoes this…
The videos in the link below show Qaddafi loyalists wildly celebrating this victory. The people are too joyous and numerous for this to be a staged event. The entire NATO campaign is falling apart. Every NATO atrocity makes the rebels weaker, and Qaddafi stronger.
Web sites such as Bloomberg twist this into its opposite: “Libya’s rebel-held city of Misrata, under siege by Qaddafi for the past six months, is experiencing something new: traffic jams. With rebels advancing toward Tripoli, 100 miles to the west, honking horns and the voices of children playing in Misrata’s streets have replaced the explosions of incoming rockets and artillery shells.”
[In fact those crowds are Qaddafi loyalists, celebrating life without the NATO-backed rebels.]
The video below shows Zlitan Tribal Leaders meeting against NATO aggression, Jun 25 2011
75 percent of Misrata has been secured, including the port, which was a lifeline for the rebels to receive shipments of arms and other supplies, as well as a key transport route for them. The rebels are now trapped between Misratah and Tawergha.
This was confirmed today by government spokesman Dr Moussa Ibrahim, plus a press conference by leaders of up to 200 Libyan tribes. The tribal leaders include those of four of the largest Libyan tribes, which make up half the Libyan population: Wafalla, Tarhouna, Zlitan, Washafana. They have all supported leader Muammar Gaddafi from the beginning and continue to do so.
The tribal leaders said that Zawiya, Ghuriyan and Sorman, are secure from the rebels. (The Western media says they are rebel-held.) There are pockets of rebels in these areas, but they are isolated and surrounded by the Libyan army and Libyan tribes.
Of the 2,335 tribes in Libya, over 2,000 are still pledging their allegiance to their “Guide.” The rebels have been desperate to score some kind of victory before August 17th, or the 17th day of Ramadan, which is a very important date in the Islamic calendar. This was the date of Prophet Muhammad’s victory in the Battle of Badr.
As you know, Qatar has been sending money and arms to the rebels, having made a deal with them to be a central middleman in the sale of Libyan oil after NATO murders Qaddafi. Below is a video of the emir of Qatar meeting with Israel Kadima party leader Tzipi Livni (skip to 9:15).
The Western media says Qaddafi’s interior minister Nassr al-Mabrouk “defected.” The truth is that he got on a private plane in the Djerba island of Tunisia with nine members of his family, and went to Cairo for a medical operation.
Nassr al-Mabrouk told Egyptian TV that he remains a staunch Qaddafi loyalist.
There are unconfirmed rumors that the loyalists have captured Khalifa Hefter, the CIA asset who was living in Virginia for 20 years (fifteen minutes from CIA headquarters) until NATO started bombing. Hefter is though to have been involved in the assassination of rebel commander Younes, which left the rebels in total disarray.
Dr. Rejeb Muftakhov Budabusa is a Libyan economist who now lives in Paris…
“I’m from Benghazi, and I opposed the Jamahiriya [self-governing society, i.e. the Libyan government based on People's Conferences]. I advocated peaceful demonstrations. Many of my friends and former students took part, but since then, they have done an about-face.
“At first we didn’t realize that NATO had orchestrated the whole thing, and wanted to conquer Libya. We were naïve. We wanted peaceful demonstrations, but then we saw armed groups appear in Benghazi. They began bombing. Someone set fire to a police station, and opened fire on a military base. Everything fell apart. Armed strangers terrorized the people of Benghazi. Then NATO started bombing, and from Day One has done nothing right.
“I would like Qaddafi to leave, but at this point he is a symbol of national unity, the only one whose name unites thousands of different people who are ready to fight against the aggressors.”
“Europe miscalculated. We Libyans are calm, lazy, easygoing people, but we cannot be humiliated and insulted. NATO stupidly made Qaddafi into the new Omar Al Mukhtar. Now, even if Qaddadfi is killed, it is too late for NATO to recover any legitimacy. There have been too many massacres. Both NATO and the rebels have already lost the war. What will happen tomorrow is anyone's guess.”
The pattern seems to be this…
 NATO bombs an area full of civilians in order to drive everyone away.
 Rebels bring foreign media representatives to the scene, claiming to have “liberated” it.
 When the journalists leave, the rebels ransack every house they find, looting all the contents.
 Qaddafi loyalists and townspeople quickly move back in, driving the rebels out.
 Repeat cycle.
Ten reasons why the NATO attack is mainly a CIA operation..
Below you can read Qaddafi’s “Green Book,” which critiques Western forms of government, and explains Qaddafi’s idea for Libya’s government. Some of Qaddafi’s ideas are applicable to Libya only. Other ideas are universally valid. For example, Qaddafi dismisses all republics as a sham. “Representatives” of the people inevitably work for the plutocracy. There is no freedom or democracy without direct and continual participation in government – which does not mean simply voting for “representatives.” Qaddafi prefers “natural socialism” with free unlimited health care, free housing and education, citizens’ monthly share of the oil revenue, and no privately-owned central bank. [As with Nazi Germany, the bankers want this system destroyed, and all traces of it obliterated.]
NATO’s plan is to keep starving the 1.3 million people of Tripoli until they are too weak to resist. No food, water, gas, or electricity. This works in small towns, but usually doesn't work against large cities. (The Germans starved Leningrad for almost three years, and still the city didn’t fall.)
NATO wants the Tripoli masses to blame Qaddafi for the shortages. NATO even drops leaflets in canisters over the streets of Tripoli. The canisters are heavy enough to damage roofs and injure people. The leaflets bear clumsy translations. On one such note, the intended slogan is meant to urge civilians to go forward and “embrace” the rebels. Instead, it translates that Libyans must go out and “copulate” with the rebels.
Another NATO missive was intended to advise those living within Gadhafi’s sector to pack up and move to a rebel-occupied territory. But the bad Arabic became garbled into a request for citizens to relocate to a “possessed” (as in, by the devil) area of Libya.