Saturday, 9 April 2011

A reminder why Gadaffi isn't just Libya's problem

Muammar Gadaffi was a President of the African Union from 2009 to 2010. Are all African leaders really that easy to mesmerise? If so, Africa is doomed to be slaughtered by dictators endlessly!

His own personal wealth is estimated at US$ 70 billion, and he can cause a lot of shit worldwide with that!  Bloody acts of terrorism like never before. He has crieated his own personal brand of "Islamic Socialism" and is a megalomaniac in the mould of Stalin, Hitler and Moussolini.

Qadhafi's foreign policy is subversive and pan-Arab. It includes: attempted unions and mergers with Arab states, of which one, the 1989 Arab Maghreb (economic) Union, succeeded; subversive intervention in Egypt, Sudan, and Chad; sponsorship of international terrorism by supplying arms, training, money, and sanctuary to insurgents and liquidation of political opponents in Europe. Since 1992, Libya has been subject to UN economic sanctions over the 1988 bombing of PanAm flight 103 over Lockerbie. A mounting Islamist challenge to Qadhafi's nationalist regime began in 1989.

He is directly linked to over 35 acts of terrorism - the type in which restaurants are bombed on Saturday nights, nursery schools are petrol bombed, trains bombed in busy periods - meant to kill the maximum of people.  He is the Devils own and delights in suffering and terror.
Libyan leader Moammer Khadafy played the race card on Monday, March 7th 2011, warning Europe that if he falls they will be deluged by hordes of illegal African immigrants.
"There are millions of blacks who could come to the Mediterranean to cross to France and Italy, and Libya plays a role in security in the Mediterranean," he told the France 24 television station.

"Libya may become the Somalia of North Africa, of the Mediterranean," Khadafy's son, Seif, added. "You will see the pirates in Sicily, in Crete, in Lampedusa. You will see millions of illegal immigrants. The terror will be next door."

On 31 August, 2010, standing beside a  nonplussed Silvio Berlusconi while on another visit to Italy, he warned:
Tomorrow Europe might no longer be European and even black as there are millions who want to come in. We don’t know if Europe will remain an advanced and united continent or if it will be destroyed, as happened with the barbarian invasion.
In return for his assistance in avoiding this eventuality, he wanted the EU to pay Libya an annual stipend of 5 billion Euros. One Italian opposition MP observed accurately that Gaddafi was “demanding Mafia-style protection money.”
Moammar Gadhafi was to be introduced "as a thinker and intellectual" by a U.S, PR firm.

Just a few years before becoming embroiled in fighting a rebellion, Moammar Gadhafi was spending millions of dollars a year to wage a secret PR campaign to burnish his global image as a statesman and a reformer, confidential documents show.
The mercurial leader hired The Monitor Group, a Boston-based consulting firm, to execute a public relations strategy that included paying think-tank analysts and former government officials to take a free trip to Libya for lectures, discussions and even personal meetings with Gadhafi starting in 2006.

Known principally for his pan-Arabic rhetoric, penchant for gold-plated AK-47s, his considerable bouffant and facial hair that made Yasser Arafat look well-groomed, The Colonel scrambled to power in a 1969 coup and rose to subsequent infamy as the world’s numero uno state sponsor of international terrorism. A week prior to Operation El Dorado Canyon on 15 April 1986, a suitcase bomb exploded in a Berlin discotheque called La Belle, killing two US servicemen and a Turkish woman, injuring a further 229. This was one in a long line of similar atrocities, perpetrated in an age before such things became the ubiquitous bric-a-brac of the daily news wires. With La Belle, The Colonel had finally been caught with his hand in the grenade jar.

Sunni cleric says Gaddafi should die
February 21 2011 at 11:58pm

Doha - Influential Muslim cleric Yusuf al-Qaradawi issued a fatwa on Monday that any Libyan soldier who can shoot and kill embattled leader Muammar Gaddafi should do so “to rid Libya of him”.
“Whoever in the Libyan army is able to shoot a bullet at Mr Gaddafi should do so,” Qaradawi, an Egyptian-born cleric who is usually based in Qatar, told Al Jazeera television.
He also called on Libyan ambassadors around the world to distance themselves from Gaddafi’s regime.
Qaradawi, 85, hosts a popular show on Al Jazeera satellite channel and has close ties with Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood. - Sapa-AFP

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