(anonnews.org) Anonymous applauds the brave Libyan people, who have chosen self determination after four decades of de facto slavery under the heel of a repressive regime.
Now reportedly under the control of the citizens and military units loyal to freedom, the eastern portion of Libya, including the border crossing to Egypt, has become a shining beacon of hope to other repressed peoples of the world.
“We arrived in Libya through a border post now completely controlled by the opposition.”
Anonymous previously gave the UN 24 hours to declare a no-fly zone to protect the brave rebel soldiers and the good people of Libya:
That 24 hours has expired, with no no-fly zone and no progress. Libyan civilians are still under attack from Gaddafi’s mercenaries – hired to slaughter his own people. The UN didn’t do anything more than play patty-cake with Gaddafi, even while Gaddafi’s genocide continued:
“The Gaddafi statement was just code for his collaborators to start the genocide against the Libyan people. It just started a few hours ago.”
Any organization that gives a voice to a genocidal maniac like Gaddafi, and none to the people he has enslaved, is unjust! Anonymous will not accept this.
It would seem that even Gaddafi knows what is required in that circumstance:
The Libyan rebels are the glorious Washington rebels of our age, the only difference being that the insane Gaddafi is about 500 times crueler on his best day than King George ever was on his worst day.
In the same way that Washington was funded, equipped and supported by France to victory, we now request that France repeat that. Shower the rebels with anything they ask for or need. In the interests of modern day burden-sharing, we ask that every other nation of the world, especially Egypt, do the same.
Since Anonymous stands for individual liberty, any Libyan rebel should be able to independently request whatever material assistance they require – medical, political, financial or military. Anonymous believes that French largesse should not be something that only Americans should be worthy of. Likewise freedom.
Good luck Libya! Let’s hope someone, somewhere in the world provides some backbone and REAL support, instead of just mouthing the words to pretend they care. Starting with, but not limited to, the no-fly zone that both Anonymous and Libyan rebels have ALREADY requested.