International Military Support for Libya results in TNC withdrawals
By Dr. Christof Lehmann
Global Research, September 26, 2011
NSNBC 26 September 2011
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Even Al Jazeera could not deny it any longer. The NATO/TNC forces are on the retreat after the Libyan Military, Tribal and Volunteer Forces implemented strategic and tactical changes, and long awaited support from tribal militia and forces inside and outside Libya is beginning to manifest.

The total NATO air superiority however and NATO´s terror bombing of Libya´s civilian population continues and will until a long overdue international intervention manifests. implementation of strategic and tactical changes, which among other resulted in the Green Flag being hoisted over parts of Bengazi, Cyrenaica, and even Tripoli, and the recent substantial entering of a substantial amount of Tuarq Tribal Warriers continues to yield positive results. While Al Jazeera reports of tactical withdrawals of the NATO / TNC forces from Sirte, nsnbc received confirmed reports that the “rebels” had been forces back 30 kilometers while taking heavy casualties.

The heaviest fighting was along the northbound road out of Sirte and the airport, which is again under Libyan Forces control. The NATO / NTC forces campaign has grind to a hold and and retreats at bani Walid, Cyrenaica and basically all over southern, and northwestern Libya, wile cities like Bengazi and even Tripoli have areas that are under Libyan Forces control again.

The disorder and corruption of the “rack tag rebels” is surprising, taking into account that France, the USA, the UK, Qatar and other nations have large numbers of Special Operations Forces deployed among them. Today nsnbc received a confirmed report, that the “rebels” cut off the electricity to an area in Bengazi that is under Libyan Forces Control trying to initiate negotiations and demanding vast amounts of cash before the electricity would be turned on again.

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