I write articles for www.mathaba.net.
I would like to present a suggestion. I will assume [I hope not
incorrectly] that you are aware of the demonic assault on the people of
Libya, in the name of "protecting lives." A total of 60,000 Libyans have
been slaughtered by NATO and their paid stooges and traitors.
I assume that you are aware that Muammar Gaddafi is not, and never has been, a "brutal dictator." Here is just a tiny testament, by a young American who lived in Libya, to Gaddafi's achievements for his people in Libya these last 42 years:
I assume that you are aware that Gaddafi created a direct democracy system of government that is infinitely
better than the "democracy" of our U.S. government, which has been
virtually destroyed by special interests, particularly corporations, in
part through Supreme Court rulings. Despite propaganda from the media,
Gaddafi stepped down from power in 1977. That is a fact.
If you wish to study more about him, there is plenty of information at www.mathaba.net. I now make my request.
I request that you consider adopting the Green Flag of The Al-Fateh Revolution, which is the onlyrevolution of Libya. The Al-Fateh Revolution began in 1969, when Gaddafi kicked out King Idris, in a bloodless coup. Compare that with the blood that NATO has spilled in "protecting citizens."
The Green Flag is a universal flag. It has no marks on it. It's just
green. It can be seen as representing the earth, on which all of us live
as brothers and sisters. In adopting the Green Flag, you will be making
a huge statement, and I hope that you think about it. It is something to ponder over deeply.
And, when you get some time, read about The Green Charter Movement, which grew out of Gaddafi's Green Book: http://greencharter.com/. It is an international movement. When you read it, you might be shocked to discover what a powerful, global leader Muammar Gaddafi is. He needs our support, and we need him.
The Green Flag can be adopted by anyone, and I would like to see it
flown by millions of people, at rallies all across the U.S. The
difficulty I have is that I can't begin to impart to you, in a few
moments, the importance of this. I've been covering the Libyan war of
aggression for 8 months. I produce daily updates entitled, "Update on
the struggle for the liberation of Libya and the unification of Africa" published at www.mathaba.net/news/libya.
Well, please consider my request. Perhaps your officers can meet.
Supporting Gaddafi, by using the Green Flag, is a signal to the powers
that we are all conntected; that we all love each other, and that we will fight for each other!
Summary of the war in Libya:
I thought I'd give you a bullet-point summary of what is actually
going on in Libya, though you might find this difficult to believe, due
to media lies. And this summary is very important, because what it
actually demonstrates is the support that Gaddafi has amongst 90% of the
Libyan people. Think about this: How is it possible that a tiny
country, whose population is smaller than the population of the Chicago
metropolitan area, has withstood the daily assault of the strongest military alliance in human history? If Colonel Muammar Gaddafi is such a "brutal dictator," how is he holding on so long? It is clearly because the people support him. He would have fallen before three weeks, had it not been for the support of the vast majority of the Libyan people:
1. A full 80% of Tripoli is now under the the control of the Libyan Jamahiriya.
2. A full 80% of Benghazi, the headquarters of the "rebels" is under the control of the Libyan Jamahiriya.
3. A full 90% (Some say 100%) of Southern Libya is under the firm control of the Libyan Jamahiriya.
4. The TNC, NATO, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the Rag-Tag Rebels imported from the Hindukush are, are loosing the Libyan War.
5. A full 95% of the TNC (the rebel "government") has resigned.
6. In an astonishing admission, NATO and U.S. intelligence officers,
at a meeting that they held in the 3rd week of September at CIA
headquarters in Langley, Va, concluded that NATO operations in Libya
have been "ineffectual" and "pathetic." They also concluded that this
failure in Libya has made it impossible for them to continue any operations in the Middle East for the next year. See: http://www.mathaba.net/news/?x=628939.
When I first saw Muammar Gaddafi speaking at Bab Al-Aziziyah, 8
months ago, I thought he was a madman, and a "brutal dictator" whose
time had come. But then I started doing what, unfortunately, too many
of my fellow countrymen don't do: study. And I was shocked and outraged!! All the lies I had been told made me furious.
Well, I ask you to consider that a common flag of the people be
adopted, and that you spread that idea to all people who are struggling
for peace, freedom, balance, love, equity. Thank you very much for
reading this lenghty note.
About Dennis South
I have been serving, for 43 years, the cause of helping to create a new, balanced and peaceful world.
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