Following Secretary of State Clinton’s call for intervention, a rebel leader in Libya has stated his country does not want or need any help from the United States and its globalist partners.
Hafiz Ghoga, the spokesman for the newly formed National Libyan Council in the rebel controlled eastern city of Benghazi, said “foreign intervention” would not be welcome, The Daily Caller reports.
“The rest of Libya will be liberated by the people … and Gaddafi’s security forces will be eliminated by the people of Libya,” Ghoga said during a news conference.
Mustafa Abdel Jalil, Libya’s former justice minister, said on Saturday he formed a transitional government which would lead the country for three months to prepare for elections. “Our national government has military and civilian personalities. It will lead for no more than three months, and then there will be fair elections and the people will choose their leader,” he told Al-Jazeera television.