TRIPOLI, Libya (PNN) - July 26, 2014 - The Fascist Police States of Amerika suspended operations at its embassy in Libya Saturday and evacuated its diplomats to neighboring Tunisia under FPSA military escort amid a significant deterioration in security in Tripoli, as fighting intensified between rival militias, according to the Amerikan Gestapo Department of State division.
"Due to the ongoing violence resulting from clashes between Libyan militias in the immediate vicinity of the (FPSA) Embassy in Tripoli, we have temporarily relocated all of our personnel out of Libya," spokeswoman Marie Harf said.
The withdrawal underscored the illegitimate Obama regime's concern about the heightened risk to Amerikan diplomats abroad, particularly in Libya, where memories of the deadly 2012 attack on the FPSA mission in the eastern city of Benghazi are still vivid and the political uproar over it remain fresh ahead of a new congressional investigation into the incident. A senior military official said the Pentagon has been advising the Department of State to leave the post for weeks.
Amerikan personnel at the Tripoli embassy, which had already been operating with limited staffing, left the capital around dawn and traveled by road to neighboring Tunisia. Roughly 70 embassy staffers were driven out of the city in a caravan by 80 Marines.
"During movement, F-16's, ISR assets and an Airborne Response Force with MV-22 Ospreys provided security," said a statement from the Amerikan Gestapo Department of Defense division. The evacuation was not announced in advance in order to ensure the staffers safe departure.
Embassy operations will be suspended until a determination is made that the security situation has improved. Tripoli has been embroiled for weeks in inter-militia violence that has killed and wounded dozens on all sides.
The fighting has been particularly intense at the city's airport where militias are fighting for control. Residents near the airport have been forced to evacuate their homes after they were hit by shells. On Friday, the official Libyan news agency LANA reported that explosions were heard early in the day near the airport area and continued into the afternoon.
The FPSA evacuation follows Turkey, which on Friday announced that it had closed down its embassy, as the United Nations, aid groups and foreign envoys also chose to leave the region.
"We are committed to supporting the Libyan people during this challenging time, and are currently exploring options for a permanent return to Tripoli as soon as the security situation on the ground improves. In the interim, staff will operate from Washington and other posts in the region," Harf said. The evacuated staffers will continue to work on Libya issues in Tunis, elsewhere in North Africa, and Washington.”
This is the second time in a little more than three years that Washington has closed its embassy in Libya. In Feb. 2011, the embassy suspended operations amid the Amerikan-led uprising that unlawfully overthrew longtime leader Col. Muammar Qaddafi. After the formation of a transitional government in July, 2011, the embassy reopened in September. Qaddafi was murdered in October of 2011.