Libya Resistance Continues – NATO Plans Next Stage of War.

Anders Fogh Rasmussen

The war on Libya is one phase of a multi stage NATO project towards global conflict. The fierce resistance of Libyan Military, Tribal and Popular Forces have not only succeeded in pinning the worlds leading military alliance, NATO down to the Libyan war theater, it has probably been the greatest strategic asset for Syria, Iran and Pakistan, which are targeted for NATO´s next phase of a multi staged global conflict. While most media repeat the narrative that most of Libya is “liberated”, the facts on the ground are unchanged. Most of Libya is firmly under the control of Libyan Forces. By Dr. Christof Lehmann

The fact that the US-Administration, European Political Leaders, and NATO proclaim that the “decapitation” of the Libyan Government would significantly weaken the Libyan Resistance is not merely spin for public consumption. It is first and foremost a symptom of the absence of insight into the culture of those they claim to liberate, and symptomatic for politicians with a condescending and colonialist mindset. NATO may have succeeded in it´s special operation, murdering both Muammar Ghadafi and Mutassim Ghadafi in cold blood, but the resistance has rallied around Saif Islam Ghadafi as their new leader, and the resistance continues, if anything, with more effort, and with all more reason to defeat NATO´s pack of rack tag rebels that have committed enough atrocities to turn even the most placid Libyan into a partisan that will not relent until the country is free again.

When western media report that there are small areas, which are not yet under the control of the TNC, they must be reporting about Southern Libya, which is firmly under control of Libyan Forces. In square kilometers this small area not yet under TNC control has approximately the size of Spain. Reports from the strategically significant city Sabah confirm, that the city is free. Fighting continues in Sirte, Bengazi, bani Walid, Tripoli and other Northern Cities. In spite of NATO´s denials about special forces being on the ground and being killed, the fact is, NATO special forces are on the ground, and are being killed. Press TV confirming that NATO Special Forces have participated in the assassination of Muammar Ghadafi and Mutassim Ghadafi are one clear indication. A direct report from Sirte, stating that Special Forces have been killed inside Sirte on 19 October is another. The Libyan Resistance is not only fighting successfully for the Liberation of Libya. By pinning NATO forces to Libya, they have most likely delayed a long planned military attack on Syria, Hezbollah in Lebanon, Iran and Pakistan.

On 31 October NATO will withdraw it´s air-power from Libya, while closely monitoring the situation. Translated into pragmatical terms this means, that they may withdraw the air-forces, while continuing and most likely increasing the presence of special forces on the ground. Both the political and military leadership of NATO countries is aware of the fact, that the situation with undeclared special operations can not last much longer without reaching the point where opposition parties begin questioning and eventually opposing their presence in Libya. This is most likely one of the main contributing factors for NATO´s push towards the establishment of an “interim government” constructed over the same model as those in Afghanistan and Iraq. When an interim government is established, this government could ask NATO for support, and long discussions at the United Nations, that would most likely result in a veto against a UN mandate for NATO in Libya could be circumvented. Jibril, Jalil, Belhadj and others with ambitions for power in Libya should study the fate of many of the members of US and NATO backed members of “interim governments”. Either play along with the colonial power, or become assassinated in a murder that is blamed on “the resistance“, the “insurgency” or “terrorists“.

NATO is not interested in a stable Libyan government. An unstable and weak Libyan interim government is the perfect partner for co-opting Libyan resources. Neither is NATO interested in defeating the resistance. As long as there is a resistance, there is a justification for a military presence, invited into the country by the proxy government.

While the list of war crimes, massacres and acts of genocide is getting longer by the day, nsnbc has been informed about a legal initiative against NATO that is currently being established. While it is premature to report about the legal initiative, the daily war crimes should be reported, and reported to the world.

The assassination of the head of state of a sovereign nation. Not providing medical treatment to Mutassim Ghadafi and Muammar Ghadafi in spite of the fact that they had surrendered, were unarmed, and in captivity. The fact that no medical aid was provided to the wounded Muammar and Mutassim Ghadafi. The genocide on tens of thousands of black Libyans and migrant workers who came to Libya in the hope to provide for their loved ones and families in African nations not as developed as Libya. The murder of 53 Libyans in Sirte, by NATO led Al Qaeda mercenaries, on grounds of suspicions of loyalty towards the countries legitimate government. The genocide on the Tawergha Tribe. The arbitrary arrest of medical staff on suspicions of loyalty to the legitimate Libyan Government. The use of Mustard Gas on the civilian population of Bani Walid, and countless other atrocities that have been and are being committed on a daily basis and which are kept out of the public media, who are playing an active role in the crimes. Failure of the prosecutors office at the ICC to initiate an investigations of those crimes elicits an urgent need for the establishment of initiatives towards the adoption of international jurisdiction for the most serious crimes known to man, by African nations, and any nation that may be the next target for NATO´s colonial ambitions.

Christof Lehmann



About christoflehmann

Christof Lehmann is the founder and senior editor of nsnbc. Christof Lehmann is a political writer, psychologist, and independent political consultant on a wide range of issues, including conflict and conflict resolution, negotiations, security management, crisis management. His articles are published widely in international print and online media and he is a frequent contributor to radio and TV programs. He is a lifelong advocate for human rights, peace and international justice and the prosecution of war crimes - also those committed by privileged nation. In September 2011 Christof Lehmann started the blog nsnbc in response to what he perceived as an embargo on truth about the conflict in Libya and Syria. In 2013, he plans to transform nsnbc into an independent, daily, international online newspaper.
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