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Libya's rebel army struggles to create order from chaos

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posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 01:27 AM

Firing their guns in the air and driving wildly, Gaddafi's opponents looked as much a menace to their own side as to the enemy, writes Nick Meo.

For an official spokeswoman of the Libyan revolution, Imam Bugrighis was being remarkably frank.
"It is chaos here," she said cheerfully. "Nobody is in charge of anything, and everybody is in charge of everything."

She moved across her office in Benghazi's seafront court building to shut the window as bursts of gunfire outside drowned out her words, followed by raucous cheering as celebrating revolutionaries wearing looted black, red and green berets staged yet another noisy demonstration.

A rebel fighter fires a cannon during a battle near Ras Lanuf


posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 01:31 AM
The Libyan resistance fighting the tyrannical rule of Col. Muammar al-Gaddafi is a fragmented force unified by ideology and purpose, and that is to oust the long-ruling dictator who has imposed 42 years of hardship and suffering over the long-suffering Libyans.

The sooner they can create order in the liberated cities and regions, the more support they will gain, the more defections of troops from the Gaddafi regime and the increased chances of an offensive on Tripoli.

The globalist elite, to no doubt, are giving aid and comfort to the Libyan resistance because they want their old puppet dictator ousted and replaced with a far more compliant and subservient one.

What do you think?


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