“The Bani Walid fighting erupted on Monday, when hundreds of well-equipped and highly trained remnants of Gadhafi’s forces battled for eight hours with the local pro-NTC revolutionary brigade, known as the May 28 Brigade, said al-Fatmani, the town representative. The brigade was driven out, and Gadhafi loyalists then raised their old green flag over buildings in the western city”.
“This article (WashingtonPost link above) is terribly written but it will assure the writer a continuing job with the paper or the UN.
The resistance to the NTC and NATO never ended.
Notice not once in this article is “NATO” mentioned.
It was the bombs and mercenary forces of NATO and Qatar that gave the NTC a temporary victory in Libya, not the NTC.
Yes, a TEMPORARY victory which is no longer the case.
NATO is no longer dropping thousands of bombs and threatening the Libyan people to drop their support of the government of Gaddafi.
This means the NTC is now being picked apart by members of the legitimate Libyan government/military, and by traitors who are no longer enthused about the phony free democracy promoted by global oil thieves.
The truth is that the green flag of Libya is flying in Sabha and pockets of Tripoli.
More of the Libyan people now see the real deal and the results of the deceit perpetrated upon them by France’s Bernard Henri Levy and the forces he gathered and brought against the Libyan people.
Obama gloated about the murder of Gaddafi but he shall regret what he commissioned against the Libyan people and so too shall France, Britain and Qatar.
Resignations of Libyan Ambassadors of the Council of shame!
Libyan ambassador in #Rome , Hafeez Kaddour
Libya’s ambassador in #Washington , Ali Aujali
Libya’s ambassador in #Cairo , Abdel Moneim Hun
Pro-Gaddafi forces strike back, ‘Libya out of control’
According to Russia Today (24.01.2010) NTC doesn’t control the situation in Libya! (But all of us know, that NTC mercenaries never had any control of Libya, but of their rat -holes Misurata and Benghazi!)
Russia Today: “Fighting has broken out in Libya between supporters of former leader Muammar Gaddafi and forces loyal to the new government. The head of the National Transitional Council has warned that the country is on the verge of returning to a state of civil war. Our correspondent Maria Finoshina says the NTC doesn’t control the situation in Libya.”