For the first time since the death of Muammar Gaddafi’s regime, the Libyan Human Rights Commission has explicitly accused France and Qatar of directly sponsoring his assassination. In the text published by the Libyan news agency, the Commission accuses former French President Nicolas Sarkozy and former Emir of Qatar, Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani, of having ordered the murder of Colonel Mouamar Gaddafi and his son Mouatassim shortly after their capture by French, German and Turkish mercenaries, following the bombing of the Libyan convoy near Sirte by NATO bombers and drones.
After his capture, the killer commando handed Gaddafi to a Misrata militia for a filmed lynching giving the impression to the world that it is the rebellion that is responsible for his assassination. A poor calculated remake of the performance of Duce Benito Mussolini in Guilino di Mezzegra (Italy) in April 1945.
All the rebels appeared in the video of the lynching of Gaddafi were eliminated between 2011 and 2015 by the tribal vendetta triggered by the Warfalla and their allies whose opponents in retaliation.
Germany played a major role in the location of Gaddafi, paving the way for the bombardment of its convoy by NATO aircraft.
More than six years later, Libya is still in chaos with two rival governments and dozens of free cities struggling to share the country’s resources.
Since 2011, Libya has become one of the main ports of departure for millions of African migrants to Europe, a very lucrative activity whose profits feed very large local fortunes, including those of militia leaders and strong men tempting To seize power.
Supporters of the old regime no longer hide and hold power over a dozen localities around Banou Walid, the stronghold of the powerful tribal confederation of the Warfalla, whose leaders support Marshal Haftar against the government of Tripoli and the republic Of Misrata.