AND SOME SAY THEY BELIEVE THAT HE IS NOT DEAD! They say his double got killed and Gaddafi fled to live in Zimbabwe. Only time can tell whether or not he will “rise from the dead?” There are prophecies to that effect that he will lead Libya again and take back his oil lamp as Alladin did from the evil sorcerers who stole it from him. The oil companies! That be cool if that would happen! Ha! But maybe he is really dead, and there is no hope for these fickle Lybians to become as rich and developed again as Gaddafi once made them. These thankless wicked Libyans betrayed their own economic savior and ruler, helped by the wicked Americans and Europeans!
It shows how the fealty and loyalty of a people is only skin deep. The evil wicked masses anywhere will turn on their saviours at the drop of a hat. Children of d’Evil One! Unregenerated, unthankful, greedy, murmuring, spiteful, traitors, and worse. Gaddafi was only a man, but the evil human masses did the same to their ONLY Spiritual Saviour Jesus, the very Christ, the prophecied Saviour of the World.
The same masses that cried Hosanna in the highest when he entered Jerusalem on the colt of an ass, poisoned by the Pharisaical media of their day, cried a week later, “Crucify him! Crucify him!” Expect no mercy from the masses or the Judas media! they want blood. But thank God Jesus rose again, to lead his forces of Love across the globe the last 2000 years to deliver the last message to unrepentant Man! Repent and believe on the Lord… or perish! And it seems that over 60 % has chosen and is still choosing the last. And so they are without excuse.
(at 7.48 is a typo – it should say 2003 not 2013)
Text and Video Translation by Inessa Sinchougova
“All is fair in love and war” – where nothing is out of bounds and all the rules of ‘hard play’ are acceptable. The story of Muammar Gaddafi vs. West reminded me of this saying – it is one of the ultimate betrayal and manipulation. Once upon a time, Libya was every Capitalist’s nightmare. Its people didn’t exist simply to pay the bills – there were no rental costs, there were no electricity and utilities costs, education and medical care was free. Much like the Soviet Union, for a number of decades Libya was a flourishing socialist state.
But the West has a serious issue with authoritarian leaders. Current democracies require disposable leadership, in order to obliterate responsibility. In a parallel reality however – a “leader” is not one who spends the most on an election campaign and wins. A leader is not one who comes into office for 4 years, to look important. A leader is not one who is cleared of any responsibility for the reforms or policies that were pushed through under their administration.
Democracies corrupt our terminology – using “authoritarian” and “dictator” interchangeably – when it’s not the same thing at all. A true leader comes around once in a blue moon – and when the people recognise it, he stays for a long time. Democracies go nuts trying to discredit him [unless they installed him themselves].
The US 1986 attempt to assassinate Gaddafi failed. In 1992, they took a different approach by imposing sanctions for being “a dictator.” We now know that sanctions are never about taking the moral high ground – it is about asserting force, it is about bankrupting a country, it is about attacking their revenue streams – in this case, oil – it is about freezing its financial assets, just so that they will do as they are told.
As Libya’s economy was so dependent on oil – the only option was to mend ties with the West, agreeing to dismantle the majority of Libya’s armed forces. Gaddafi wrapped up his military programmes and the oil trade resumed. However, as we continue to learn, the West’s appetite for control in countries not their own is insatiable. “The only mistake I made was trusting the Westerners” – Gaddafi is quoted as saying.
Sarkozy was the first to launch a blow against Gaddafi; the very man who had funded him, helping him to become the President of France. It is said that the Sarkozy campaign received around 50 million Euros from Gaddafi in 2007.
Having orchestrated the government coup, the Western coalition killed the Colonel and plunged the country into chaos. The authoritarian leader once ruled Libya’s many clans “with an iron fist”, providing the closest thing to anti-capitalist utopia. Today inter-ethnic conflict prevails and the country is in shambles. Hillary Clinton cackles wildly.
But that is where the Western ‘outwitting’ of Gaddafi stops. The Colonel had warned that Libya is the only real gatekeeper between Africa and Europe. Without a hard stance on human traffickers, Gaddafi prophesised that “the European continent will turn black.” The Libyan government used to patrol its coasts, often dealing to traffickers harshly. Gaddafi was criticised for this by predominantly Soros’ “human rights” NGOS. In 2016, traffickers do business uninterrupted, and can make up to a million dollars per boat load of refugees into Europe.
[Caution: The video gets loud at 12.10 – but watch for the Westerner who is probably US special forces. They should not have been in Libya at the time – this was against international law. As explained by Putin in the video after, the Western coalition, using the appropriate tools of international law – the United Nations – imposed a No Fly Zone over Libya. In complete and blatant contravention to it, they took out Gaddafi’s regiment using drones.]
International law is officially for honest suckers.