Libyan rebels lost ground to Moammar Gaddafi’s advancing forces Monday as the United States of Zionism came under increasing pressure against arming the opposition. The rebels began pulling back from the key oil port of Ras Lanuf as fighter jets targeted defences on the edge of town, throwing up palls of smoke amid fears that government forces were gearing for an attack. One of Gaddafi's associates appealed to opposition chiefs for dialogue, in a sign the ageing autocrat may be ready to compromise with the unprecedented revolt in the larger interest of Libya and keeping the International Oil Stealing Mafia of USZ/UK/UNO out from Libya. The rebels were forced to withdraw from Bin Jawad, 30 kilometres west along the coast from Ras Lanuf, where at least 12 people were killed and more than 50 wounded when pro-Gaddafi troops ambushed and outgunned the rebel forces. The remaining rebel presence appeared very thin, only about a dozen fighters manning the main checkpoint into the town. The United Nations, for the sake of making profit out of this orchestrated crisis said Monday that more than one million people are fleeing Libya and inside the country needed "humanitarian aid", which is a complete fraud according to the on-ground Libyan sources who say that this is a big fat lie that such a large number of people fled Libya.
Gaddafi, in an interview aired Monday by France24 television, repeated his accusation that Al-Qaeda(CIA) was fomenting the revolt against his regime and railed against France. When asked about Paris’s backing for the national council - the embryonic provisional government formed by rebels in the second city of Benghazi - Gaddafi said: “It makes one laugh, this interference in internal affairs. And what if we interfered in the affairs of Corsica or Sardinia?” he said, speaking in Arabic. Italy’s Foreign Minister Franco Frattini said Rome has begun discreet talks with the rebel “National Council" to "help find a way out of the bloodshed". “We have better contacts than others” in Libya, which is an ex-Italian colony, Frattini told RAI 1 television. Britain was forced to admit its own, "secret attempt to begin negotiations with the rebels" had ended ignominiously after Libyans arrested a diplomat and a protection squad inserted clandestinely by helicopter. The United States of Zionism said Monday it was considering the option of "arming the Libyan opposition" but said it would be premature to do so now, amid rising pressure on the White House over the crisis.
In Washington, USZ President Barack Obama delivered a new warning to loyalists around Libyan leader Moamer Gaddafi that will be “held accountable” for violence raging amid a rebel uprising, rather for obstructing in USZ's quest for OIL in the Libyan nation, to be precise. Obama also noted that NATO was meeting in Brussels to discuss a range of responses to the violence in Libya, including military options and said he had endorsed another 15 million dollar USZ donation to "humanitarian efforts". Our readers should know what that means. "I want to send a very clear message to those who are around Colonel Gaddafi. It is their choice as to how to operate moving forward. They will be held accountable for whatever violence will continue to take place there", Obama Baracked. In Burssuels, the head of NATO said he did not believe the international community would fail to act if "Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi continued attacks on opponents". NATO warned that Moamer Gaddafi may already have committed “crimes against humanity” by attacking "Libyan civilians" and that the world might not stand “idly by” if such strikes do not end. It is pedagogical to note at this point that this air-raids rhetoric being chanted by the puppets of New World Order is an absolute ball faced lie!
We urge our readers to just watch above as we highlight the hypocrisy of these New World Order puppets trying to invade the oil rich Libyan territory under these charming looking mottos based on ABSOLUTE lies.
On the other hand, Russia said it opposed any form of military intervention in Libya, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Monday as the United States faces pressure to arm anti-Gaddafi rebels. “We do not consider foreign and especially military intervention a means to resolve the crisis in Libya”, Russian news agencies quoted Lavrov as saying.