What Next for Libya? - by Stephen Lendman
Libyan loyalists won't quit fighting imperial NATO until they're free.
Jamahiriya loyalists hope he's alive, not dead. Either way, his bigger than life spirit inspires Libyans and others wanting freedom - not terror bombing, occupation, colonization, pillaging, exploitation, and misery.
NATO's war on Libya is one of history's great crimes. Democratic values and truth never had a chance. Responsibility to protect duplicity terrorized and massacred civilians like crazed assassins.
Terror bombing continues daily. So do unspeakable rebel rat atrocities and ravaging Libya's landscape.
NATO is a rogue killing machine. Coalition partners are complicit in mass murder. Obama, Clinton and those around them are war criminals multiple times over.
Gratuitous slaughter, mass destruction, barbarism, lawlessness, and pillaging define their agenda. Libya was raped for profit and regional dominance. No one anywhere should tolerate imperial lawlessness on a scale beyond measure.
Jamahiriya freedom fighters won't quit until their mother of all struggles is won. With or without Gaddafi, they'll go on or die trying. Libya belongs to them, not NATO. Exorcising NATO's killing machine is job one.
On October 23, NSNBC called Gaddafi "larger than life," believing sadly he's gone, adding:
"Today is one of the days where I am desperately looking for words." They can't explain the depravity of murdering Gaddafi and his son Mutassim. It's another "outrage of the inhumanity of a war based on the betrayal of all who believe in humanitarian principles and humanity."
Taking him, however, fuels greater than ever resistance. Libyans want freedom. Gaddafi's spirit emboldens revolutionary passion.
Bigger than life, he's with Lumumba, Marti, Fidel, Gandhi, Mao, Trotsky, Lenin, Che, Allende, Marulanda, Aristide, MLK, Malcolm, Mandela, Attaturk, Zapata, Bolivar, Frederick Douglas, and history's many other prominent and lesser known figures.
Unless somehow he survived, he remains only in spirit. He wasn't found hiding underground. Nor did he beg rebel rats not to shoot him. In Sirte, he fought openly and valiantly on the front lines with fellow Jamahiriya loyalists.
Official reports of his capture were lies, first one account, then another. None were believable. Nor were alleged liberation day celebrations. Loyalists call it occupation day, a day of shame and mourning.
Video footage showed fake images of thousands assembled euphorically. Last summer's sham Tripoli liberation was produced weeks earlier in Doha, Qatar. Perhaps this one as well.
On Sunday, hundreds of rebel rats rallied. Libyan loyalists wouldn't come out with no reason to celebrate a scourge they won't tolerate.