Saturday, 18 June 2011

ONE OF THE GREATEST REVOLUTIONARY FILMS 'LION OF THE DESERT', LIBYAN RESISTANCE *FIGHTS* EMPIRE, NOT SLAVING FOR IT LIKE THE PRESENT LIBYAN 'REBELS'


5 comments:

hamza m. said...

haha and thats why libya gained independence after american, british, and australian forces helped the libyans fight off the italians during world war 2 and finally gain independence through the UN (the first nation to gain independence through the UN)?

another question i got, why did gaddafi send hit squads to kill people outside of libya who talked bad about him? you cant even have freedom of speech outside of libya with gaddafi. and y'all acting surprised when ppl saying he's killing protesters. talk to some libyans please

btw gaddafi desecrated omar mukhtar's (Allah yarhamu)grave ;)

Enes Senussi said...

Sons of Malcolm, as the sayings go: You can't polish a t*rd (Gaddafi) and, of course, TRUTH WILL PREVAIL (the civil and democratic aspirations of the overwhelming majority of the Libyan population, be it with the backing of NATO or even aliens from outer space; Gaddafi must go!). No one in their right of mind would go to such lengths to tarnish the reputation of a hitherto oppressed population just for the sake of a pathological megalomaniac, and the relative few that worship his self-proclaimed deity, on the basis that he’s has championed Arab Nationalism, Islam, Africa, Palestine or any other arguably righteous cause because Gaddafi has only ever appeared to serve these causes in the spot light whilst damaging them beyond imagination in the shadow of his farcical revolutionary facade. Hate NATO, America, Imperialism, etc. all you like but siding with Gaddafi only undermines any legitimate grievance you may otherwise stand for (racism, corruption, poverty, etc.). Libyan people are dying for their freedom yet you refer to them as rebels slaving away to NATO? The film Omar Mukhtar was signed-off by Gaddafi to ensure that, apart from the macho bravado he would use thereafter to build his own “hero” persona, absolutely no historic accuracy is portrayed in the film; especially when it comes to the global political events of the era and the effect these had on Libya's independence from Italy. In brief, Gaddafi’s verdict is that Libyan politicians of the era are all traitors and hence there’s nothing to know about Libya between Omar Almuktar’s fighting days and Gaddafi’s suspiciously orchestrated bloodless coup, courtesy of several meddling foreign intelligence-agencies widely active at the time (otherwise branded by Gaddafi as the Great Fateh Revolution!) Further to Hamza M.'s immaculately accurate comment, even the burial/memorial site of Omar Mukhtar (Al-Dharee’a, in Benghazi) was demolished years after the said desecration took place.

Sukant Chandan said...

errr, Omar Al-Mukhtar *fought* the empire. You guys have begged and begged the empire to bomb Libya. well done. enjoy your work.

@EnesSenussi said...

Omar Al Mukhtar fought the fascist colonialist occupation. The Italians were defeated along with the Nazis. Libyan traitors fought for Mussolini, as their decedents are doing for Gaddafi today. Omar Al Muktar among other figures of Libya’s resistance to the Fascist fought alongside the allies, Britain, America and France in WWII. No one in Libya is begging NATO to come bomb our country. Libya is a member state of the UN and it has its rights and obligations under the provision of the UN Charter. Gaddafi and his mob have paraded as a government for far too long. Libya’s wealth has been on tap for the entire world so long as Gaddafi and his family got their egotistical fixes. Libyans have lived in isolation and complete deprival from universal rights, while Gaddafi’s mob has been enjoying whatever the world had to offer; heading the African Union and even a seat on the UN Human Rights Council, all at the expense of the violated Libyan people. The international community always had Gaddafi by the balls... Libya’s billions working for Goldman Sachs etc around the clock. Despite NATO intervention Gaddafi’s lobbyists have still been at work. The west of Libya has been more or less left to fend for itself compared to the decisive strikes on the Gaddafi’s army in the East. Fortunately, Mistrata and Nafousa Mountains threw a massive spanner in the works. Four months of full scale assaults on Libya’s western cities and Gaddafi’s East v West allegations have been unreservedly exposed. I am sure the Imperialist powers you despise would have been delighted to see yet another African nation split in half as the case has been with Sudan. Ironically, many view Sudan’s divide as a genuine intention of the indigenous peoples of its southern lands. Sub Saharan Christian Africans wanting to break free of the autocratic military rule of the Arab Muslim North. Irrespective of all the speculation and fantasy that seems to have warped around Libya’s popular uprising, the intention of all Libyans is clear. One united People, one indivisible Nation and one less self-idolising psychopath for the people of this world to have to worry about ever again.

@EnesSenussi said...

For the record, here's Omar Al Mokhtar's son and grandson, along with the descendants of other Libyan colonial resistance fighters, visiting Libya's freedom fighters of today at the frontlines of their battle against fascist Gaddafi troops. http://youtu.be/62DTCvy2YMo