For the Libyan rebels, it is a scenario of "take my hand and walk with me into the future of a pro-western and anti-African
state." The rebels did not fight the war in Libya, all they did was back up United States, France and British special services, and claim every victory posted.
In the real war essence, the rebels were bag careers, ammunition careers and war collaborators, for the real war was fought by western special service, that included CIA and M16.
While western media has shown, repeatedly, footage of semi-decomposed bodies, reportedly killed by Gaddafi forces none of them have showed the world which people were killed by the western forces - rebels. To date, there are many facts clearly demonstrating that the western secret services systematically and deliberately ignored the United Nations Security Council resolution 1973, banning all ground operations and actively participated in teaching rebel fighters and organising logistics for them.
France, itself the harbinger of the Libyan war, has been compelled to acknowledge that it passed on weaponry to rebels after information leaks that could not be denied because of overwhelming evidence.
Many experts believe that the bodies that are easily accessible for camera footage were those of prisoners killed by rebels under the orders of western secret services and the CIA in particular. Former US Congressman Walter Fauntroy, who recently returned from a self-sanctioned peace mission to Libya, said he went into hiding for about a month in Libya after witnessing horrifying events in Libya's bloody civil war - a war that Fauntroy claims is backed by European forces. Fauntroy's sudden disappearance prompted rumours and news reports that he had been killed.
However, last week, the noted civil rights leader, recalled watching French and Danish troops storm small villages late at night beheading, maiming and killing rebels and loyalists to show them who was in control.
"What the hell, I'm thinking to myself. I'm getting out of here. So I went in hiding," Fauntroy said.
The rebels told Fauntroy they had been told by the European forces to stay inside. According to Fauntroy, the European forces would tell the rebels, "Look at what you did." In other words, the French and Danish were ordering the bombings and killings, and giving credit to the rebels.
"The truth about all this will come out later," Fauntroy said. While in Libya, The former congressman also said he sat down with Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi for a one-on-one conversation. Gaddafi had ruled Libya since 1969, when he seized power in a military coup. Fauntroy said he spoke with Gaddafi in person and that Gaddafi assured him that if he survived these attacks, the mission to Unite African countries would continue.
"Contrary to what is being reported in the press, from what I heard and observed, more than 90 percent of the Libyan people love Gaddafi," Fauntroy said.
"We believe the true mission of the attacks on Gaddafi is to prevent all efforts by African leaders to stop the recolonisation of Africa."
Several months ago, Gaddafi's leadership faced its biggest challenge. In February, a radical protest movement called the Arab Spring spread across Libya.
When Gaddafi responded by dispatching military and plainclothes paramilitary to the streets to attack demonstrators, it turned into a civil war with the assistance of NATO and the United Nations.
Fauntroy's account could not be immediately verified by the Afro and the US State Department has not substantiated Fauntroy's version of events. Fauntroy was not acting as an official representative of the US in Libya. He returned to Washington, DC on August 31.
When rumours spread about Fauntroy being killed he went underground, he told the Afro in an interview.
Fauntroy said for more than a month he decided not to contact his family but to continue the mission to speak with African spiritual leaders about a movement to unify Africa despite the Arab uprisings.
"I'm still here," Fauntroy said, pointing to several parts of his body. "I've got all my fingers and toes. I'm extremely lucky to be here." After blogs and rumours reported Fauntroy had been killed, the congressional office of Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) announced on August 24, that she had been in touch with authorities who confirmed Fauntroy was safely in the care of the International Committee of the Red Cross.
Inside his home, Fauntroy pulled out several memoirs and notebooks to explain why he travelled to Libya at a time when it was going through civil unrest.
"This recent trip to Libya was part of a continuous mission that started under Dr Martin Luther King Jr when he gave me orders to join four African countries on the continent with four in the African Diaspora to restore the continent to its pre-colonial status," Fauntroy said.
"We want Africa to be the breadbasket of the world," he said. "Currently, all the major roads in every country throughout Africa lead to ports that take its natural resources and wealth outside the continent to be sold to the European markets."
It seems in the last two weeks, rebel fighters have fired more bullets into the air to express their excitement than were shot during the assault on Tripoli earlier in August.
- The author is lecturer of political science at Lilongwe University. - DayAfrica.com.