Sunday, August 28, 2011

German Communists Stand With Libya

A message of Solidarity from German Resistance Groups to the Great Socialist People’s Libyan Arab Jamahiriya:

The imperialist aggression of NATO against Libya nowadays manifests itself to the entire world as a war that aims to destroy the sovereignty of Libya and the Libyan economy. NATO wants to replace Libya's legitimate government with Western puppets and wants foreign corporations to steal Libya's wealth.

After months of aggression against Libya by NATO and the NATO-led rebels, NATO now has worked out a plan which has to bring quick "victory". With massive air attacks and terror against the Libyan civilians they want to secure a speedy advance of the rebels.

Now that the Libyan army is fighting under command of the Great Leader Muammar Al Gaddafi in the streets of Tripoli, NATO is sending special forces from France, Britain, Jordan and Qatar to Libya's territory to support the rebels on the ground.

We, German people from many walks of life, stand in Solidarity with the Libyan Revolutionary Freedom Fighters against NATO. Long live the Resistance against the Occupiers, long live Free Green Libya!

We demand an immediate halt to the NATO aggression and urge NATO to stop bombing Libya. We say NO to any German participation in this war of terror.

We are Germans who held official positions during the time of the German Democratic Republic (GDR), we are anti-imperialists and we are friends of the Libyan people. We want to engage with them in their fight against the NATO aggression and declare them our loyalty.

Down with the mercenaries and invaders who terrorize Libya - the fight will go on until all of them are defeated!

Solidarity and Comradely Greetings from:

Dr. Angelika and Dr. Wolfgang Bator, former Ambassadors of the GDR in Tripoli until 1989

Helmut Müller, former member of the Central Committee of the SED [German Socialist Unity Party] and second Secretary of the SED district leadership of Berlin

Michael Koth, Anti-Imperialist Platform - District Administration Berlin

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Was Libya ever socialist? Did the workers there control the means of production?