On the Libyan front is a radical change.

On the Libyan front is a radical change.

Bad news comes from Libya, apparently, the position of Gaddafi is becoming increasingly shaky. But this is not surprising, because he alone resists the pressure of almost the entire West and a significant part of the world community. Thus, British Foreign Secretary William Hague called on Libyan "rebels" to urgently prepare a plan for the post-war structure of Libya. What prompted Haig to speak about urgency, because the Libyan regime had previously demonstrated remarkable resilience?

Negative to Gaddafi signals

- The International Criminal Court (ICC) issued arrest warrants against Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, his son Saif Al-Islam and the head of Libyan intelligence, Abdullah Al-Sanussi. This organization - the ICC - recalls the times of the colonialists and “white gentlemen”, as it is in fact a tool specializing in the persecution of African heads of state, leaders of the peoples of the African continent who do not want to act on the prompts of their old colonial masters. The same court issued a warrant for the arrest of the head of the still united Sudan, Omar al-Bashir, although the present warrant is not remembered about this - the problem of Sudan was decided, its splits into two states. Apparently, Libya is also waiting for a split into two parts after the elimination of Gaddafi - East and West.

- Russia, which initially respected relative neutrality and even criticized the overly “crusading” methods of the Western coalition, finally turned to its side. Representatives of the "rebels" of the National Transitional Council (NPS) were received in Moscow, and then on May 27, Russian President D. Medvedev said that M. Gaddafi "lost legitimacy" and should resign from power. "

- May 30 from the sinking Libyan ship ran another batch of "rats" (and what else to call them - they attacked your country, and they run away and even "water" their Supreme) - 120 military, led by five generals. They said that the combat capability of the Libyan army fell to 20% of the pre-war one, the Libyan army was paralyzed by NATO air forces, the regime could not finance the army, and the problems with food and fuel in Tripoli. They called the actions of Gaddafi "genocide" of the people. " The United States and Paris with London may have time to think about creating a "Libyan Liberation Army"? Following the example of Hitler. There are generals, they will recruit fighters.

- Another one “rat” was the runaway minister of oil industry of Libya, Shukri Ghanem. Apparently, he decided that the “oilmen” would be useful to the winners.

- Another blow came from Japan - 4 July came the message that the Japanese government announced the freezing of the financial assets of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi and his associates in the amount of 4,4 billion dollars. Accounts were blocked in accordance with the UN resolution that imposed sanctions against Libya.

- China, which also previously criticized the operation, but is always rationally suited to problems, held talks with the head of the National Transitional Council of Libya, Mustafa Abdel Jalil. The talks were held by the Chinese Ambassador in Qatar, Zhang Zhilyang. Previously, the Chinese authorities did not enter into contacts with the "rebels", advocating a political solution to the conflict. There is an opinion that they agreed on the investment and contracts made under Gaddafi, the PRC is not going to lose them, and the "rebels" promised that they would not reconsider the previous agreements between Libya and the PRC.

- From the front itself came another unpleasant news: NATO combat helicopters conducted the first successful attacks of enemy positions from the British helicopter carrier Ocean and from the French helicopter carrier Tonner.

- The rebels also became more active: in the Western Mountains region (south-west of Tripoli) they adjusted the supply of their units weapons, ammunition, food and fuel through Tunisia (one of the suppliers is Qatar); opened a "school for the preparation of special forces" for the "assault on Tripoli". The "rebels" were able to take the town of Shchakschuk, were able to lift the blockade from the city of Ephren.

All this taken together says that soon Gaddafi will have to move on to the "guerrilla war." It is doubtful that he voluntarily surrenders himself to the ICC. It is amazing how one small country and its strong-willed leader could hold out for so long. This shows the world all the internal weakness of the Western project, their main method is psychological pressure, information war, the use of others in their own interests (for example, Moscow politicians), the principle of “divide and rule”.

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