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Many People in Tripoli still want Gaddafi and fear the Armed Rebels (September 15, 2011)

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Uploaded on Sep 15, 2011

In this fine report by Maria Finoshina we can hear several people in Tripoli talking about the Rebels. They are fearful of them, because if they are critical of them, they risk getting killed.

Someone says: "The Rebels only represent themselves. They rule because the people fear them. We are not allowed to speak our minds"

It seems that many people in Tripoli in their heart still want Gaddafi back and these armed gangs out, but they don't want more violence, and they are fearful. These Rebels are armed and have the support of the military coup organisation called NATO.

How long can such a situation exist? How long can the Rebels subdue the people of Tripoli? How long before new demonstrations appear against the rule of these Rebels that were definitely not invited by the people of Tripoli, who only gained control because of the merciless bombing of the defenses of the Libyans?

How long before NATO's myth of the democratic Rebels falls apart?
(see http://waterput.yolasite.com/english/... )

How long before these sounds are also expressed freely in the western media? The people don't want NATO's puppet regime, but they probably prefer a modern variant of Gaddafi's Jamahiriya.

Original source: http://rt.com/news/tripoli-rebels-peo...

Interesting: http://venezuelanalysis.com/analysis/... (Telesur Journalist speak truth on NATO's coup on Libya)

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