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Gaddafi Killed

October 20, 2011

Morris is waiting to find out from other sources. Frankly, even if he had a double or reached some kind of exit agreement, that is irrelevant – on a functional level, Gaddafi is out one way or the other. (“When we pretend that we’re dead” is the unwanted, inappropriate musical theme for this post.) I do think he was probably killed. This is quite a blow to the free Libyans fighting the NATO ‘rebel’ occupation. Gaddafi was by no means innocent but due to his egomania he actually did a lot of good things for his people and didn’t want to sell them out to NATO-UN or Chicom imperialism like most 3W leaders. It looked like the ‘Greens’ were going to send the rebels back where they came from; whether or not they will fight on without Mo remains to be seen. What a criminal, murderous, bloodthirsty piece of anglozionist foreign policy this has been. Gaddafi was not behind Lockerbie, the CIA paid witnesses to falsely testify against him. The real terrorists are the al-qaeda and NATO thugs trying to take over Libya.

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  1. October 24, 2011 03:46

    United Nations recognised Gaddafi as Libya’s Head of State for several decades. Gaddafi also served as the President of the African Union. Several foreign dignitaries including British Prime Minister Tony Blair (in 2004) and US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (in 2008) visited Gaddafi. Gaddafi also had warm handshakes with President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister Gordon Brown at the G8 summit in Italy in 2009. Hence the US-led NATO military campaign, which was camouflaged as a mission to protect innocent Libyans, to oust that UN recognised Libyan leader Gaddafi and kill him in cold blood.
    US President Barack Obama, British Prime Minister David Cameron and French President Nicolas Sarkozy should not be held accountable for war crimes in Libya since they knowingly and willfully participated, in a joint enterprise in Libya, which turned out to be criminal and provided financial, material and logistical assistance to the anti-Gaddafi forces while being aware of the consequences of their action. They were directly responsible for the NATO air strikes that killed a thousands of innocent Libyans.

    -Nalliah Thayabharan

    • October 24, 2011 22:05

      I would be hesitant to cite Gaddafi’s previously ‘warm’ relations with cold blooded killers like Blair/Bush/Rice, as something that makes him look better – in fact, it makes him look a lot worse. At some point he deviated from the UK/’Western’ (establishment) line and that made him an enemy of NATO.

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