VILE: Vatican Illuminati Lies Exposed

VILE: Vatican Illuminati Lies Exposed
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Friday, September 02, 2011

Saif al-Islam embarrasses rebels yet again, counters constant opposition disinformation

In another embarrassing moment for the “victorious” rebels, who the mainstream media pretends has already won and conquered Libya in the name of the non-democratic, unaccountable al Qaeda-affiliated National Transitional Council, Saif al-Islam al-Gaddafi revealed that his father was not cornered. I have previously shown how the rebels have absolutely no problem manufacturing lies from whole cloth and in doing so, mislead the entirety of the international community. Even mainstream media outlets like the New York Times were being forced to cover this in order to save face among their support of the opposition deceivers.

Therefore, when we deal with any claims coming from the so-called “transitional government” in Libya or any of their supporters they must be thoroughly vetted and analyzed and not taken as gospel like the mainstream media would like us to. Earlier I published an article about an al Jazeera report which, among other things, claimed that the conflict was over and that Gaddafi had been successfully toppled. Clearly, this is far from the reality of the situation in Libya. In Saif al-Islam’s statements, broadcast on the Al Rai television network, he said that he was still residing in a Tripoli suburb and said that, “Our leadership is fine. We are drinking tea and coffee.” As the New York Times points out, this “raised the possibility of more fighting and underscored the ability of the Qaddafis to frustrate the alliance of rebel forces that has become the effective government of Libya.” This is just another piece of evidence proving that the rebels are not yet victorious, even if the corporate media and Western governments prefer to pretend that is the case.

The deputy chairman of the Transitional National Council or National Transitional Council (depending on what news outlet you happen to be reading), Abdel-Hafidh Ghoga, claimed that they located Gaddafi in the town of Bani Walid, South-East of the Libyan capital of Tripoli. Just like the earlier claim that Gaddafi was hiding in the town of Sirte, this claim has not been substantiated in any way, shape, or form. Even the New York Times had to admit this and did so by pointing out that, “Previous assertions by rebel forces concerning the whereabouts of Colonel Qaddafi and his family, routed from their Tripoli compound on Aug. 23, have proved premature or false.” Just like the rest of the information coming from the opposition forces, chances are that this is just another lie meant to attempt to maintain support for their faltering “revolution” and regime change.

Ghoga revealed the mindset that has resulted in the many war crimes at the hands of rebels to go unchecked in a telephone interview with the New York Times. He confirmed that Saadi al-Gaddafi, another son of Muammar Gaddafi’s, attempted to peacefully negotiate a coalition government with the opposition, which the rebels have absolutely no interest in. Somewhat disturbingly, when Ghoga was asked about Saadi al-Gaddafi’s attempts to bring peace to Libya and end the conflict, he laughed out loud and said, “They have no choice, Qaddafi has no choice, he has to surrender by Saturday.” Why the deadline of Saturday? The rebels have set so many dates and claimed far too many times that victory was in sight or that the Gaddafi regime was effectively toppled that one would not be wrong in saying that their deadlines and demands are all but totally worthless. Based off of Gaddafi’s continued defiance of the demands of the rebels and their NATO allies, even when they were ransacking his Tripoli compound, I do not think that he will suddenly kowtow to their demands now.

Yet another unverified claim coming from the rebels is that Khamis, another son of Gaddafi, was murdered when he attempted to breach an opposition checkpoint on a road leading into Bani Walid. Meanwhile, NATO is continuing their illegal bombing campaign on the sovereign nation of Libya (which has had its sovereignty all-but totally destroyed) unabated, claiming that their “mission is still ongoing as long as there is a threat against civilians.” That statement might make one think that they will begin bombing the rebels next, as they are a clear danger to civilians in Libya, especially civilians who just happen to have darker skin. Moussa Ibrahim, the spokesperson for the still-defiant Gaddafi regime, has said that roughly 1,000 people were murdered in a recent series of NATO airstrikes on the town of Sirte, where the rebels had claimed Gaddafi was located. In an attempt to lessen the impact of this, the New York Times claims that Gaddafi and those loyal to him have exaggerated the extent of civilian casualties inflicted by NATO while in reality it is the mainstream media in the West that has attempted to ignore these killings completely.

The fact is that the Gaddafi regime has yet to be toppled as made clear by Ibrahim who said that they would not surrender Sirte, Bani Walid and Sabha by Saturday, as the rebels have demanded. Furthermore, Saif al-Islam has said that they “are coming soon to liberate the Green Square in Tripoli” and that none of his father’s supporters or his father himself would surrender to rebel forces. In his radio statement as reported by the Telegraph, Saif al-Islam reinforced their commitment to the Libyan people by saying that “We are going to die in our land. We would like to assure people that we are steadfast and the commander is doing well. We want to reassure the Libyan people that we are still here.” Saif al-Islam continued to say, “We are fine. The leadership is fine and the leader is fine. We are happy, we are drinking coffee and tea with our companions and we are fighting.” We must not pretend that this conflict is over and done with, as that is far from the case. Gaddafi has yet to be removed from power and the rebels are still a non-democratic, ragtag bunch of al Qaeda-affiliates, racist murderers and non-aligned parties who are in a state of complete disorganization.

This is not over and the opposition has a long road ahead of them if they can even successfully manage to topple Gaddafi, which is still highly questionable at this point.