Latest Happy News of 11. 06. 2017 - Saif Al Islam Gaddafi has been released by the Zintan tribe of Libya!

With the death toll in one of the most devastating humanitarian crisis continuing to climb, many are pointing to the fall of Muammar Qaddafi, and the destabilization of Libya, as a factor in the deaths of nearly 900 individuals in the Mediterranean Sea.
It sank on Sunday morning. Packed with migrants fleeing the African continent, a ship capsized off the shores of Tripoli, killing hundreds. Estimates suggest as many as 900 people lost their lives over to the incident.

As high as that number may be, it only accounts for half of those killed trying to cross the Mediterranean so far this year. Before the weekend’s shipwreck, another 900 had already died since the beginning of 2015. That’s a sharp rise when looking at the first four months of 2014, when only 90 had perished making similar crossings.

According to Home Office (UK);
Heavy fighting on large parts of Libya, included Tripoli. Car bomb attacks in public areas in Tripoli, Tobruk, Darnah and Benghazi have caused serious casualties.
  • Still current at:
     16 October 2015
  • Updated:
     8 September 2015
  • Latest update: Summary - intense fighting continues in Benghazi, Sirte, Darnah and parts of southern Libya; the situation remains dangerous throughout the country

Asked by NBC's Chuck Todd if the Middle East would be more stable with Gaddafi and Saddam in power, Trump replied, "Of course it would be."
Now is it out; The U.S. Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump said on Sunday, that the Middle East would be more stable if Muammar Gaddafi and Saddam Hussein were still in power in Libya and Iraq, saying it's "not even a contest".

Trump mentioned the countries in comparison to current efforts to drive Syrian President Bashar al-Assad out of power.

"You can make the case, if you look at Libya, look at what we did there, it's a mess," Trump said on NBC.

Barack Obama admitted on Monday (28.09.2015), at the UN summit, that the "international community" should have done more to avoid the leadership vacuum in Libya since the fall of Muammar Gaddafi four years ago.

He and eight others were convicted for "repression" of civilians in 2011...
The illegal "criminal" "court" in Tripoli sentenced to death Seif al Islam, the eldest son of the late Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, and eight other officials and prominent officials of the Libyan Jamahiriya. The illegal court also handed down the death penalty for the former head of the secret services, Abdala Sanusi, and the last prime minister of the Jamahiriyan system of Gaddafi, Al Baghdadi al Mahmudi. 

30.01.2014 / 03.02.2014
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...

The General People's Congress (Mu'tammar al-sha'ab al'âmm) (Arabic: مؤتمر الشعب العام الليبي) consists out of circa 2700 representatives of the Basis People's Congresses.
The GPC is the legislative forum that interacts with the General People's Committee, whose members are secretaries of Libyan ministries. It is composed of the secretariats of some 600 local "basic popular Congresses."
The GPC secretariat and the cabinet secretaries are appointed by the GPC secretary general and confirmed by the annual GPC congress.

"Election" in Libya (Sunday, 7th July 2012)
Fake election where held in Libya, to give the war campaign a legal face...

Renewed violence in Libya. Electoral worker was killed on Friday. Rebells or Green resistans firing at a helicopter carrying voting material for the ""elections"" ...the helicopter was forced to make an emergency landing outside the eastern town of Benghazi. It is not yet clear who is responsible.

I didn't know of his existence — nor was I told of his existence until the year 1986. My surrogate family and I were watching the evening news, when the anchor man mentioned his name. He reported that Muammar al-Qaddafi's house— the Bab al-Azizia barracks, has been bombed.

The GBC then proceeded to show images of the said building. Most of its walls were gone! As for the walls, which were standing — most of them were decorated with bullets. Of course, there were deaths — and Qaddafi's adopted daughter was amongst them. I remember the anchorman saying that Qaddafi was lucky to escape — for America came to visit him with death.