Monday, October 24, 2011

A Fascinating Report on What Really Went Down in Libya

Lizzy Phelan was one of the journalists who got trapped in the Hotel Rexos, when the rebels broke into the Libyan capital. This is her report



  1. this testimony aggregates many of the other reports i've been hearing about libya

    no question about it, syria et al. are next on the list. the only thing that will stop them is if WE the people do something about it

    Ron Paul 2012 would be a good start

  2. Just disgusting, but par for the course for our corporate/gov't controlled media. They wouldn't know the truth if it slapped them- they just report what their masters want, and with the spin that their masters ordain.

    May God have mercy on the souls of these demonic liars and mass-murderers, and their enablers. Thank God for the Internet, and the ability to circumvent the MSM and spread true stories about the evil deeds that are part and parcel of our "liberation" of the middle east.

    I found my eyes filling with tears as the reporter tried finish. TPTB are trying to control the world- I hope that we can find it in our hearts to stop these evil, murderous, treacherous bastard sonsabitchez.

    I think they have miscalculated the power of the internet to spread the truth about their actions, and fear the day that their lackeys at MSNBCNNFox can no longer control the dialogue and their true aims are exposed for the "99.9%" to see.

  3. I'm not trying to make excuses for what NATO did or how the media covered this, but let's please take this account with a grain of salt. This is not any kind of objective report. This is a highly emotional pro-Gadhafi account of events.

    The notion that everyone loved Gadhafi - the implication that the Libyan people were happy with their lot and were eager to fight for him - I have a real hard time believing that, particularly after hearing the account of Libyan students who are studying in my home town.

    I would be skeptical of anything that looks like an easy narrative here.

  4. @12:01

    I'm sure they'll just love the new monsters.

  5. Seriously @12:01. Meet the new boss, same as the old boss. Except this time w/ more Islamic "democracy"!

  6. Interesting times, when the far left and the trad right see eye to eye with many aspects of the current global system. Can't stand her inner London black patois accent though.