fat oil bums shiver in t hey shoes

AS they usually do ............................. the powers that be do nothing that realsome help: ..........................................................'cause Help is simple. and the powers that be are not simple,................................................. but are complex liars and double talkers. Libya to ( might) become the new Bosnia Herzogovina ??? and this is farcial as the practical reality is that those in the cities that have been freed from the tyrant's control could be helped. With tons of aid medical and otherwise. 
Meantime murderer murders ordinary people by  day and  hour.


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"Shooting the people"

 In Libya  the noble citzens fight on  beating off the pig dog hired mercenaries.
Goons, second soldiers, shithags, being defeated by t he true revolutionaries of the Libyan people.
Anti-government fighters in the western Libyan town of Az Zawiyah have repelled repeated attacks by forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi, the Libyan president.

Gaddafi's forces encircled Az Zawiyah on Saturday, manning checkpoints about 3km from the centre after fighters pushed them back in fierce fighting earlier in the day.
Troops later mounted a second attack on the town, which lies just 50km west of the capital Tripoli, but were again pushed back

Desert storm:  Par aNoi d Molar pigs reach to protect their asses. AS More molecules ask for space. To breath.

 AS Pig Dog GhADAffee murders and massacre; other pig dogs throw more shit at the citizens of the earth.

Saudis mobilise thousands of troops to quell growing revolt

By Robert Fisk, Middle East Correspondent
Saturday, 5 March 2011

Saudi Arabia was yesterday drafting
They call them security forces, but in truth they are insecurity bands .

up to 10,000 security personnel into its north-eastern Shia Muslim provinces, clogging the highways into Dammam and other cities with busloads of troops in fear of next week's "day of rage" by what is now called the "Hunayn Revolution".
Saudi Arabia's worst nightmare – the arrival of the new Arab awakening of rebellion and insurrection in the kingdom – is now casting its long shadow over the House of Saud.
 The Stinky Sauds will  face the Revolt. THe one written about by  AnTinOus in THe Arab Awakening
this has come back to haunt this rotten house of satrap princes and super later capitalizing oil bums.

Provoked by the Shia majority uprising in the neighbouring Sunni-dominated island of Bahrain, where protesters are calling for the overthrow of the ruling al-Khalifa family, King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia is widely reported to have told the Bahraini authorities that if they do not crush their Shia revolt, his own forces will.
_______________________________ Pig Dog King wants to Protect His ASSets
of Opression
 The Scum of war lashes back at its people.

The opposition is expecting at least 20,000 Saudis to gather in Riyadh and in the Shia Muslim provinces of the north-east of the country in six days, to demand an end to corruption and, if necessary, the overthrow of the House of Saud. Saudi security forces have deployed troops and armed police across the Qatif area – where most of Saudi Arabia's Shia Muslims live – and yesterday would-be protesters circulated photographs of armoured vehicles and buses of the state-security police on a highway near the port city of Dammam.

It would be nice to see councils of people composed of all sectors of society running Arabia which naturally will be renamed after the end of the  capitalist house of saud .


Gathering to Protest: Videos from Saudi Arabia

The $35 billion question for the last month has been whether the recent wave of protests that erupted across the Arab world, from its far west in Morocco to US-occupied Iraq in the east, will reach the Saudi Kingdom. Today, Friday March 4, 2011, witnessed two small protests, one in the capital city Riyadh, the other in the al-Ahsa in the Eastern Province. These are not the first signs of protest in Saudi Arabia since the Egypt ian revolution succeeded in ousting Mubarak. There have been several other smallprotests at government buildings in different Saudi cities, all of which demanded an end to corruption, reforming labor laws, creating jobs, and releasing political prisoners and prisoners of conscience. However, unlike these, today’s protests--as well as the one in Qatif last night--have not been so silent. In the East, protesters’ demands largely centered around the release of political prisoners, and add to that an end to corruption and the squandering of public money in the capital.

The small, short protest in Riyadh took place after Friday prayers in front of the al-Rajhi Mosque. As many as 40-50 anti-government protesters were heard chanting “silmiyyeh, silmiyyeh” [peaceful, peaceful], as they condemned the riches that the Al Saud have been accumulating and demanded the release of political captives