Libya: Tripoli Stands in Defiance of NATO
Reports of rebel leaders presiding over Tripoli a confirmed lie.
Aug 27, 2011
Despite sweeping headlines claiming the Benghazi rebel terrorists have shifted their leadership over to Tripoli after continuous claims of the city falling to rebels after over a week of continuous fighting, BBC has slipped out the fact that this claim is a verified lie. Buried within an article titled, “Horror scenes at Tripoli hospital,” BBC conceded that the rebels have constructed a makeshift landing strip in the western Nafusa mountains where they are “reported to be staying,” only visiting Tripoli in daytime for quick photo opportunities. The article continues by also conceding the self-proclaimed, unelected leader of the rebels, Abdul Jalil and “other key leaders” are staying in the east because of “the lack of security in Tripoli.” That is of course when these “key leaders” aren’t groveling in Doha, Paris, and Rome before their Western sponsors.
This definitively exposes the current operations inside Libya as a desperate psychological warwith the corporate media explicitly deceiving the public with misleading headlines under which facts are buried by mountains of minutia, carefully worded propaganda, unverified innuendos, and outright lies.
NATO & Rebel Murder-Spree Creating a Real Humanitarian Crisis
In another disturbing development, it appears that the rebels control a single concentration of troops within Tripoli that are scrambling from one NATO designated objective to another, streaming in after aerial bombardments on civilian infrastructure and leaving in their wake mass murder and complete social dysfunction. A hospital in the previously government controlled Abu Silem district has been abandoned after a NATO bombardment followed by rebel advances. NATO bombs also destroyed a local fire station and there are now reports of black Africans turning up in large numbers, dead, in hospitals. While BBC has officially written them off as “suspected mercenaries,” it should be noted that just like every nation on earth, Libya’s population includes diverse demographics, and considering its location on the continent of Africa, many black citizens.