Libya’s opposition Where Green refuses to Fade


Libya’s opposition Where Green refuses to Fade

 

Muammar Qaddafi’s hometown band of loyalists flaunt his favourite colour

AS THE government struggles to assert its authority over a plethora of ethnic, tribal and party militias, some of them Islamist, others secular, a growing number of Libyans may be starting to regret the revolution. Rigorous opinion polls are few and patchy, but the best clue to people’s allegiances may be the colour of shopkeepers’ doors and windows. In Libyan markets during Muammar Qaddafi’s era they all had to be painted green in honour of the Green Book, a personal rendition of wisdom that the colonel hoped would achieve the stature of Chairman Mao’s red one.

Some shopkeepers, parading their loyalty to the new order, have painted their shutters the tricolour of Libya’s new flag. Others, hedging their bets, have gone for a non-committal pale blue. But two years after Qaddafi’s fall many shopkeepers have stubbornly stuck to the old colour, despite the best efforts of the thawwar, or revolutionary vigilantes, who cruise around the gold market in Tripoli, the capital, telling backsliders: “Change your colour.” A supporter of the new regime has scrawled rude graffiti over a pair of shutters that has stayed green: “Libya’s Free, Qaddafi has gone.”

Nowhere is Green more dominant than in Sirte, a small town on the Mediterranean coast where the colonel was born and, in October 2011, killed. Under him its 100,000 townsfolk had it good. The main conduit of the Great Man-Made River runs from the Sahara desert to the shore near Sirte, turning the town’s caked earth into market gardens. Qaddafi converted its municipal buildings into Libya’s administrative capital, complete with north Africa’s largest conference hall, where he played host to the leaders of his would-be United States of Africa.

Nervous of openly confessing their nostalgia, Sirte’s people practice their cult in code. Some dress in Green, or less ostentatiously sport a Green cigarette-lighter or key-ring. In some homes the colonel’s portrait still adorns the sitting-room wall. Others keep albums of the dictator’s weirdest costumes on their mobile phones. In Qasr Abu Hadi, a hamlet on the outskirts of Sirte where the colonel claimed to have been born in a goat-hair tent, a few villagers have not cut their hair since his death and wander through the town dazed, like hermits. “Qaddafi is written on our hearts,” says a student in a burger bar. “In Green.”

From the print edition: Middle East and Africa

 

 

 

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Join the action in honor of 44th anniversary of the revolution Al-Fateh in Libya


Join the action in honor of 44th anniversary of the revolution Al-Fateh in Libya

 

September the 1st in 2013 is 44 years of Libyan al-Fateh revolution, which was made in 1969 and liberated the country from its semi colonial monarchy. Libya has been transformed into the Libyan Jamahiriya where Arabic socialism has been tested and successfully developed. It is different direct democracy without parliamentary. All economic and social problems were solved in committees of various levels, there were not any parties. In addition, the Qur’an was the basis of country laws and free development of other religions was supported.

In Libya for its own resources complex infrastructure projects were built, such as the Great River, which provided Libya cheap drinking water and was an incitement to agriculture development and planting of greenery in the desert. In addition funds of Africa and Palestine assistance were created. Gaddafi wanted to develop African countries (Libyan trade and economic partners) infrastructure, increase the purchasing capacity of those countries, so that later they could become a market for Libyan goods and services as African trade Union members. In addition, he wanted to free Africa from the presence of foreign corporations, which were still robbing them. The development of Irrigated Agriculture in Africa, Which was feasible Because of Explored Huge Reserves of Fresh Water Under Northern and Central Africa Countries, Could Solve the problem of hunger.

Due to Rational use of funds from Libyan Oil Sale Provided Itself with All the Necessary: ​​Level Education, Health and Prosperity of All Citizens, was raised to the Level of developed European Countries.  Also  Libyan Jamahiriya was Able to help Other Countries on the Continent.  Part of the proceeds from the sale of oil directed to the purchase of gold and precious stones as a foundation to ensure the gold dinar, a pan-African currency, which was supposed to replace the currencies of the metropolis. That is why Libyan Jamahiriya was occupied by NATO and Qatar, with the participation of other Arab monarchies and indirect Israel participation.

Traitors of the Motherland, members of the puppet regime recognized that 80% of the population supports the Jamahiriya and that 90% of conquest of the Country and Occupation work was Made by NATO (It is Recognized Mahmoud Jibril, Jamahiriya Former Justice Minister and head of the NTC  in2011) .

Libyan patriots are going to return the Libyan Jamahiriya, removing the puppet regime. They are being asked to participate in the Internet business, the aim of which is to destroy the lie about their Homeland.

Here’s A message of   Libyan patriots :

Link to action of Libyan patriots

“The great days of the attack on the national and Arabic pages .. as pages of the presidents, celebrities and major corporations .. and any page with a large number of fans up to millions ….!!!!!!!!!!!

Post the photos of the Leader and green flags images and videos in the comments and posts of global and Arabic pages.

Post articles, videos and photos about development of Libyan Jamahiriya. campaign will take place from 25th till 31th August 2013. Continue the actions until the night of Alfateh on 1st of September 2013, God willing …

The action begins at 8 pm of every night of the mentioned days. . . Those pages that will agree on the attack we will publish and circulate on the pages of the Resistance ………..

Prepare Yourself to action … The world has to see us ..

Let the world see our respect and love to the Leader of the Libyan nation, Muammar al Gaddafi and to our Libyan Jamahiriya. Let the World watch Our Adherence to the Principles of the Al Fateh revolution That forced Italy to ITS knees and Expelled the US ‘and Britain’s Military bases … That Created A Prosperous Country C alternative system of Government, providing for Direct Democracy through People’s committees .

It’s Al Fateh great revolution. . .

Everyone is invited to participate and disseminate our campaign. “

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LIBYA (Photo credit: شبكة برق | B.R.Q)

Animated flag of Libya.

Animated flag of Libya. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

source: http://za-kaddafi.ru/eng/join-the-action-in-honor-of-44-anniversary-of-the-revolution-al-fateh-in-libya/

Let the world see our love to the Leader of the Libyan nation, Muammar al Gaddafi and to our Libyan Jamahiriya.


 Let the world see our love to the Leader of the Libyan nation, Muammar al Gaddafi and to our Libyan Jamahiriya.

The great days of the attack on the national and Arabic pages ..as pages of the

presidents, celebrities and major corporations .. and any page with a large

number of fans up to millions ….!!!!!!!!!!! Post the photos of the Leader and green

flags images and videos in the comments and posts of global and Arabic pages.

Post articles, videos and photos about development of Libyan Jamahiriya.

Campain will take place from 25th till 31th August 2013. Continue the actions

until the night of Alfateh on 1st of September 2013, God willing … The action

begins at 8 p. m. of every night of the mentioned days. . . Those pages that will

agree on the attack we will publish and circulate on the pages of the Resistance

……….. prepare Yourself to action … The world has to see us .. Let the world see

our love to the Leader of the Libyan nation, Muammar al Gaddafi and to our

Libyan Jamahiriya. Let the world watch our adherence to the principles of the Al

Fateh revolution that forced Italy to its knees and expelled the U.S.’ and Britain’s

Military bases … . It’s Al Fateh great revolution. . . Everyone is invited to

participate and disseminate our campaign.

ايام الهـــــــــــــجوم الكبــــــــــــير على الصفحات العالمية و العربية ..كصفحات الرؤساء و المشاهير و الشركات الكبرى ..و اي صفحة لها عدد كبير من المعجبين يصل الى الملايين ….!!!!!!!!!!!

بــــــــوضع صــــــــــــور القائد و صور الاعلام الخضراء و الفيديوهات في التعليــــــــــــــــقات و منشور ات الصــــــفحات …العالمية و العربية .

تبدأ الهجمة من يوم 25 الى يـــــوم 31 //8//2013

تستمر الهجمة من يوم 25 الى ليلة الفاتح ان شاء الله… يبدا الهجوم الساعة 8 كل ليلة من الايام المذكورة.
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بالنسبة للصفحات التي سنتفق على الهجوم عليها سيتم نشرها و تعميمها على الصفحات المقاومة………..استعدوا للهجوم …فالعالم يراقبنا ..فلنجعل العالم يرى حبنا للقائد و حبنا للجماهيرية و تمسكنا بمبادىء الثورة التي ركعت ايطاليا و طردت قواعد امريكيا و بريطانيا ….انها ثورة الفاتح العظيمة .
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يرجى من الجميع المشاركة و نشر الحملة .

source: https://www.facebook.com/events/1405990366285497/1406554159562451/?ref=notif&notif_t=like

Libya is a tree planted with the hands and watered with the blood of those who have struggled against imperialism


Libya is a tree planted with the hands and watered with the blood of those who have struggled against imperialism

The words of a young 18-year-old Libyan, who can be known only as “Mo Libya”, that I have had the honour of knowing and inspires me greatly, maybe through these words you will all see why:

 I would have preferred to die than see my country and people in their current state

Going through my contacts about one fifth of them are either dead, lost or in prisons.

We weren’t fighting for Libya but all Arabs! Libya was a red line that the west needed to cross to achieve their goals. Knowing that, we fought till the last drop of blood, sweat and tear.

But what they do not know is that they may have burnt us to the ground, but our roots were too deep for them to reach.

And now we find ourselves with the burden of having to free our country, the burden of having to try as hard as possible to ignore the pain in our hearts, and try to use it as fuel to fight for another day.

The task in front of us may seem impossible but so did the al-Fateh revolution of 1969.


And now after months of hard work we are finally ready and once again we will leave the world in shock.

These words also remind me of the words of Muammar Qaddafi: “Libya is a tree under whose shade we sit, for it is we who planted with our hands and watered it with our blood.”

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