Death of GADDAFI: Questions still unanswered: Mahmoud Jibril blames it on “unknown”

See how Jibril plays the good guy on this video ? Don’t forget he is one of those who called for NATO intervention. How can you state you care for your country, for human rights, for the rule of law, when you actually called upon the ones who never respected those concepts (NATO and its evil members) to bomb the hell out of your country and make it go back to stone age ?

Then, when it talks about Gaddafi’s secrets, don’t you think Gaddafi could have revealed secrets about him too ??? Read this where some of Jibril secrets are exposed

Sirte: 200 Dead for 1 Minute TV Victory; Jibril withdraws TNC-Fighters from Sirte.

A massive storm on Sirte resulted in the brief occupation of a University Campus and Hospital in the South Eastern Suburbs. After the battle raged back and forth all day, a massive counter attack that left 200 TNC-fighters dead and countless wounded was enough for Mahmud Jibril, who is pulling “the fighters with allegiance to him” out of the battle, calling “the death of over 200 fighters for a one minute Al Jazeera Victory senseless“. Jibril´s decision is one more example that the NATO Narrative is discredited and  of the inherent instability and infighting of the NATO proxy regime. The Libyan war is grinding into a stall, while the humanitarian crisis continues.

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LIBYAN GOVERNMENT FORCES LIBERATED BREGA & RAS LANUF. SIRTE & BANI WALID STILL IN CONTROL. TUAREGS COMING TO FIGHT AGAINST REBELS.

via Dennis South

Over the past 2 weeks, NATO and the rats have suffered 16 major losses:

1. The Libyan Defense Forces re-captured Brega. That’s the oil port where they ship out oil. It’s what NATO wanted to capture, and hold, more than anything. They have NEVER been able to hold Brega, and it is now in the hands of Gaddafi.

2. The Libyan Defense Forces re-captured Ras Lanouf, an important oil refinery. My understanding is that, due to this Jamahiriya success, oil exports from Libya have dropped from 200,000 barrels a day to 20,000, if I read correctly.
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3. Their attacks on Bani Walid were rebuffed severely by the Libyan Defence Forces. The “rebels” lost 1,000 soldiers. And the defence was so strong that the rats refused their commanders’ orders to return to the fight. When asked if they were fatigued, they told their commanders, “No. We just do not wish to spill Libyan blood anymore. So, this is a turn of events that might get stronger. We’ll have to wait and see.

4. Same is the case with their attack on Sirte

5. Ditto for Sebha

6. Gaddafi now has at least 10,000 Tuaregs at his disposal (and maybe more), and some of them have crossed into Libya to help him fight. I believe they are now part of his security squad. But the other thing that happened, and that was reported even by the mainstream press, is that Saadi Gaddafi, who the press had attempted to give the impression that he had left the fight by going to Niger, has re-entered the fight. And he has the support of those 10,000 Tuaregs. I do not know if he brought all of them, but my understanding is that thousands of them are now IN LIBYA. The Tuareg council had a meeting of 3 or 4 different representatives of the Tuareg tribes of the Sahara. And they issued a WARNING to Niger: If you interfere with Gaddafi, we will overthrow your government. The Tuareg’s are KNOWN, by military experts, to be the world’s top desert fighters–barring none.

7. Other Saharan tribes and sub-tribes are rallying behind Gaddafi. These are non-Libyans and fiercely loyal to Gaddafi.

8. There’s a gradual trickle of Arab fighters, from other countries, coming to Libya to fight alongside Gaddafi. That is a big surprise, quite frankly (though it shouldn’t be). If this trend continues, it could be quite interesting, and quite positive for the Jamahiriya.

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LETTER FROM BRAD SHERMAN U.S. STATE CONGRESSMAN TO JIBRIL HEAD OF TNC

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Letter from US State congressman Brad Sherman, Member of the Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Terrorism, to Mahmoud Jibril about the use of Libyan funds not to be given to a Terrorist group like LIFG (Libyan Islamic Fighting Group).

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He also urge him to address the activities of Abdel-Hakim al-Hasidi,

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the Al-Qaeda leader in charge of Triploi…

Brad Sherman letter to Jibril (PDF)

(source: Leonor )

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AT LEAST 27 NATO MILITIAMEN KILLED ALL TOGETHER OUTSIDE BANI WALID

At least 27 NATO militiamen have been killed outside Bani Walid in a counter assault by the Libyan government yesterday, witnesses report that the bodies were taken to a hospital in Alkhumes.

This comes as Abdul Jibril gave a speech to its militiamen in occupied Green Square, claiming victory while fighting continued inside and outside Tripoli. Within a week at least 70 militiamen were killed inside Tripoli alone by Libyan Army.

(source: Ozyism)

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3 WEEKS AFTER NATO "VICTORY" IN LIBYA, TNC IN CONTROL OF NOTHING

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by Tony Cartalucci

Genocide, rebel infighting, failed offensives mark 3 weeks after NATO’s “victory” in Libya

by Tony Cartalucci

‘Desperate to declare NATO’s mission in Libya a victory ahead of the September 19, 2011 deadline on their contrived UN Security Council resolution, already violated in every conceivable manner possible, NATO planes in tandem with NATO special forces obliterated Tripoli ahead of swarms of Libyan rebel troops led by notorious Al Qaeda thug Abdulhakim Hasadi (aka Balhaj.) Three weeks later, NATO’s proxy Libyan representative, long-time globalist and servant of the West Mahmoud Gibril Elwarfally, touched down at Tripoli’s airport, one of the few enclaves held by rebels in the city, to give the impression that his “National Transitional Council” (NTC) actually controls the capital and therefore the country.

In reality, Gibril (also spelled Jabril) is in control of nothing, apparently not even his own rebel forces, and stunts such as landing in Tripoli are desperate ploys to portray a sense of strength and resolve to garner continued “international support” as NATO’s deadline quickly approaches. Libya’s rebellion, despite the corporate-media’s disingenuous presentation, is divided along tribal and ethnic lines, with most of Libya’s rebels being motivated, not by aspirations for liberal-democracy, but rather by ideological extremism cultivated over the last 30 years by US and British intelligence in the eastern cities of Darnah and Benghazi. As NATO enables these violent ideologues to expand their control over the country, they are systematically committing war crimes including large-scale theft and looting, exiling entire civilian populations from cities, and wholesale genocide. They are also reportedly turning their weapons on one another.

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