1 September 2013
News of occupied Libyan Jamahiriya: Libyans began to celebrate Al-Fateh revolution
Celebration began few hours ago about 10 p.m. of 31 August by GMT +2 .
Firework in Bani Walid, in honor of Al -Fateh
Today, 44 years ago began revolution against king Idris and his owners from Britain and USA. Before this revolution Libya was semi-colony, small group of people, king Idris and his relatives were rich, others were poor. Oil was bought by foreign companies at a low price, the state budget received a pittance. But even that money were stolen by officials at various levels. Literacy, health, life expectancy of Libyans did not differ from the level of the other African countries. There was a small group of “elite”, living in luxury and the poor majority. In addition to Libya were the invaders, who maintained power of King Idris by force . They do not have jurisdiction over the Libyan authorities and could commit any crime.
In 2011, history repeated itself, as a result of NATO’s intervention came to power puppet. Again, a small group of people robbing the entire state. Resources of the country are sold illegally, the government robs the puppet regime and will soon be bankrupt. Libya again requires Al-Fateh Revolution, to bring back all the selected rights and equitable distribution of public goods. In Libya, the 1% of the population by occupation suppressed the remaining 99%. They still held sway through terror, punitive and abduction of members of opposition tribes hostage.
But, step by step Libyans overcome fear and take to the streets.
That night, for the first time in some cities, the occupation of Libya people took to the streets that day to celebrate the beginning of the Al-Fateh Revolution. Despite the law of the occupying powers, which threatens long prison term, and hence for the glorification of torture Jamahiriya.
It is currently known about the celebration in Egypt and Tunisia, where the Libyan refugees. Also celebrating today in Libya following cities: Sirt, Brack Shatti (south of Libya, near Sabha), Bani Walid, Al Jelat (in the west of Libya),. In the Libyan city of mostly fireworks in the city Brack Shatti people came to the demonstration, but the pictures or videos will be later.
Green Flag and firework in Brack Shatti
Brack Shatti, cars honking in honor of Al Fateh near fireworks
Celebration in street of Cairo, Egypt.
Al-Fateh in arabic mean Conqueror, also Opener
Libyans want themselves to regain their Conquest which had been taken away from them by violence and deceit. They want to Open a new page in the history of Libyan Jamahiriya.