Killing of Civilians Continues in and Around Bani Walid
Libyan Jordaniya forces continue to shoot people fleeing their attack on Bani Walid preventing them from fleeing back into the besieged town of the Jamahiriya. Photo: one of the wounded children among hundreds dead and thousands injured in the month-long ratverment attacks on the free Libyan town.
Thousands of refugees have been prevented from returning to Bani Walid today by rats of the Libya Shield brigade. Others were shot as they fled the bombardments of the town into the desert.
As some British journalist spies attempted to enter Bani Walid in support of the rats they were nevertheless not allowed to pass as one of the rat guards shouted “Don’t trust them! Don’t let them through!” while a few citizens from Bani Walid attempted to pass the checkpoint in the other direction fleeing the bombardment of the town by illegal chemical weapons, Rocket Propelled Grenades, and heavy artillery.
The pro-ratvolutionary British spies confirmed they found a second checkpoint on the edge of the town of Bani Walid “manned by the same calibre of ill-disciplined youths as before. In front of them was an enormous convoy of civilian vehicles, backed-up down the road, which the soldiers were refusing to let pass.
This confirmation by the pro-ratverment British Herald journalists and spies is a verification that the city with a population of 100,000 people still has the same civilian population as before. They have previously claimed in support of the ratverment official story that civilians have fled the city and that only armed defenders of the Jamahiriya remain.
While it is true that many families had attempted to flee into the surrounding desert to avoid being killed, and had in many cases been fired upon and killed mercilessly as they fled the bombing of their town by the ratverment armed forces, many other civilians are returning and joined also by many others from other towns in solidarity.
The British spy journalists witnessed one rat pull out a pistol and thrust it through the window of one of the cars and into a passenger’s face, before noticing the foreigners watching him when he pulled back his gun and fired it into the air.
“Moments later, a hail of 14.5mm bullets thundered over the heads of the crowd sending terrified civilians, including children, running in every direction. With the road ahead near-blocked by cars and panicked people, the [British] Libya Herald was almost prevented from leaving as one young man reached through the car window and attempted to rip the keys from the ignition.”
The report from the pro-ratverment media outlet (no other news media are allowed to operate) continued:
“A group of angry residents was found a little further out of the town complaining they feared for their possessions if not allowed home, and had to return today to prepare for Eid Al-Adha, which begins this evening.”
“We heard on the television yesterday that we could return home for Eid“, said one man, who did not wish to give his name for fears of reprisals, a common feature of Bani Walid residents who remain loyal to their Jamahiriya system of direct participatory democracy and resolutely opposed to being ruled by the new Libyan ratverment which is attempting to establish a Jordaniya.
Already one million Libyans — about a quarter of the population — have had to flee the country and tens of thousands have been thrown into jails where they suffer torture and often death. An estimated one hundred thousand have died in the ratvolution of the past year, including tens of thousands of Black Libyans with an entire town Tawerga having been wiped out.
“The government says go back, so I figure how to go back”, said another. “I am so angry. I am without a gun, but if I had one, I would have gone to shoot those people. These people who enter Bani Walid are going to steal from us. We need to go back. We need our children to be happy at Eid. (Eid is the Muslim holiday of sacrifice, where families gather each year.)
“By late morning, hundreds of families were making the journey back towards Bani Walid (in spite of the dangers), with soldiers (armed rats) at a checkpoint close to Tarhuna waving them through, apparently oblivious to what lay ahead. Shortly before 14:00 this afternoon, it was reported that the (armed rats) closing off the town had relented in the face of a deluge of returning refugees, with residents (but not the ratsident who had been unable to enter the town) although not even pro-ratverment reporters, being permitted to re-enter.
The British “Libya Herald journalists” said that there was little sign of life in homes inside the town of Bani Walid today. The town was officially declared “liberated” yesterday by rat forces Chief of Staff General Yusuf Mangoush yesterday, although he warned that “pockets of resistance” still remained.
This is one year after a terrible siege of Bani Walid that lasted for months, as well as an even more brutal several-month long siege of Sirte, which all but destroyed the city which today still has not been rebuilt and still the hearts of the masses in these central Libyan cities remain with the Revolutionary Leader Muammar Qaddafi and in favour of their Jamahiriya people’s power.
Rat “security” forces have a list of some 1,000 names in Bani Walid that they want for “arrest”. The ratverment claims it has arrested already some 100 individuals to date.
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