BBC to broadcast anti-Gaddafi documentary as Green Resistance progresses.
Two years after the passing of the leader of the Libyan Jamahiriya, Muammar Gaddafi, the war in Libya is far from over, and the NATO-installed government is not particularly doing well. Reports of the so-called Green Resistance - freedom fighters who support the People's Government which was established in Libya in 1977 - trying to liberate their country from the neocolonial government, are recently only growing stronger. At the same time, messages of the Green Flag of the Great Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya flying over a number of Libyan cities as well as over Libyan embassies in other countries, started to increase.
Storyville summarizes its latest propaganda piece:
"Colonel Gaddafi was called Mad Dog by Ronald Reagan. His income from oil was a billion dollars a week...