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Gaddafi’s Prophecy, 2011: “Europe will turn black” ~ [video]

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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.

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… … … Continue reading

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Return of the Libyan Jamahiriya

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In this article you will find some of the reasons why Americans are again bombing Libya to the present day: Daesh (ISIS) is a USA creature, and as such is used to destabilize and then have the excuse to intervene in Syria as in Libya , as everywhere (SyrianPatriots)
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In Sirte, demonstrators were fired at by ISIS fighters, who dispersed the group and took away seven people, including four women. The same Middle East Eye report made the following comment: “The protests have been a public representation of a badly kept secret in Libya, that the pro-Gaddafi movement which has existed since the 2011 revolution has grown in strength, born out of dissatisfaction with the way life has worked out for many ordinary citizens in the last four years…[Mohamed] added that some people who had originally supported the 2011 revolution had joined the protests. Most Libyans just want a quiet life. They don’t care who takes over or who controls Libya’s money, they just want a comfortable life. That’s why Gaddafi stayed in power for 42 years. Salaries were paid on time, we had good subsidies on all the essentials and living was cheap.”

Mohammed Eljarh, writing in the conservative US journal Foreign Policy, added that “These pro-Qaddafi protests have the potential to turn into a national movement against the 2011 revolution, not least because a growing number of Libyans are deeply disillusioned by its outcome…there is now a building consensus that the atrocities and abuses committed by post-Qaddafi groups since the revolution exceed by far those committed by the Qaddafi regime during its rule.”… Continue reading

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Muammar Gaddafi, one of the Greatest Heads of State: if the Western World only Knew the Truth


 

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Hillary Emails, Gold Dinars and Arab Springs

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Buried amid tens of thousands of pages of former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s secret emails, now being made public by the US Government, is a devastating email exchange between Clinton and her confidential adviser, Sid Blumenthal.

It’s about Qaddafi and the US-coordinated intervention in 2011 to topple the Libyan ruler.

It’s about gold and a potentially existential threat to the future of the US dollar as world reserve currency.

It’s about Qaddafi’s plans then for the gold-based Dinar for Africa and the Arab oil world.

Two paragraphs in a recently declassified email from the illegal private server used by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during the US-orchestrated war to destroy Libya’s Qaddafi in 2011 reveal a tightly-held secret agenda behind the Obama Administration’s war against Qaddafi, cynically named “Responsibility to Protect.”

Barack Obama, an indecisive and weak President, delegated all presidential responsibility for the Libya war to his Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton. Clinton, who was an early backer of an Arab “regime change,” using the secret Muslim Brotherhood…

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…Qaddafi was moving forward, as head of the African Union, at the time of his assassination, with a plan to unify the sovereign States of Africa with one gold currency, a United States of Africa. In 2004, a Pan-African Parliament of 53 nations had laid plans for an African Economic Community – with a single gold currency by 2023… Continue reading

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Hillary Clinton is an unholy disaster: honest Americans, please, do not vote for her, or you will see many other Libya

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You, honest Americans, please do not vote for Hillary Clinton, a very dangerous person, for the whole world and especially for yourself. Save what may be saved of this world. (LibyanFreePress Newsroom)

… … … American foreign policy is the greatest threat to world peace, prosperity, and the environment. And when it comes to foreign policy, Hillary Clinton is an unholy disaster.

From Iraq and Syria to Libya and Honduras the world is a much worse place because of her; so much so that I’d call her a war criminal who should be prosecuted. And not much better can be expected on domestic issues from this woman who was paid $675,000 by Goldman Sachs – one of the most reactionary, anti-social corporations in this sad world – for four speeches and even more than that in political donations in recent years.

Hillary Clinton played a key role in the 2011 destruction of Libya’s modern and secular welfare state, sending it crashing in utter chaos into a failed state, leading to the widespread dispersal throughout North African and Middle East hotspots of the gigantic arsenal of weaponry that Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi had accumulated. Libya is now a haven for terrorists, from al Qaeda to ISIS, whereas Gaddafi had been a leading foe of terrorists… … … Continue reading

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The Libya That No Longer Exists (1969 – 2011)

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Submitted by The Burning Blogger of Bedlam [thanks].

In 2008 or 2009, the BBC made a documentary on life inside Libya: I remember it because I watched it at the time of its broadcast. Up until the beginning of 2011, that video was available on You Tube.
Once the international community had made up its mind – after years of back and forth – that Gaddafi was ‘evil’ and a war had to be waged on Libya, all versions of the documentary were removed from the web.

The documentary, as I recall it, was a fairly positive evaluation of Gaddafi’s government, life inside Libya and the state of the nation. It reflected the new light Libya was being viewed in after years of being regarded as a ‘pariah state’ by the West.
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You can now also download (for free) my book, ‘THE LIBYA CONSPIRACY: A Definitive Guide to the Libya Intervention & the Crime of the Century’, for the full, comprehensive story and exhaustive analysis of the 2011 international conspiracy. The book is available in all formats…ALL LINKS AT THE PAGE… … … Continue reading

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Libya under Gaddafi … and … what’s left of Libya today

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Libya Under Gaddafi
[submitted by Ridiculousman.com: thanks]

Much has been said about Muammar Gaddafi, whether lies or truth we may never know but there are certain facts and changes that happened in Libya under his rule and its very essential that we must know about them. As it is the best way to judge anybody is to see what he did when he was in power:

• Before he threw the previous monarchy, of King Idris, leading a bloodless coup, the literacy rate in Libya was 25% which under him went upto 87%. As on today 25% of Libyan’s have a university degree and 15% have advanced degrees.

• Education and medical treatments were free in Libya. If Libyans were not able to find the education or medical facilities they need in Libya, the government funded them to go abroad and also provided $2,300/month accommodation.

• Electricity was provided free to all its citizen.

• Housing was considered a human right in Libya and Gaddafi vowed that his parents would not get a house until every Libyan had his own home.

• Banks in Libya were state owned and loan was given to its citizens at 0% interest rate by law.

• Libya had no external debt and its reserves amounted to $150 billion which is now frozen globally.

• Gaddafi carried out the world’s largest irrigation project, known as the ‘Great Man-made River’ project, to make water readily available throughout the desert country. It costed around $27billion.

• A portion of Libyan oil sale was credited directly to the bank account of all Libyan citizens.

• If a Libyan was unable to get employment after graduation the state gave him/her a salary until an employment was found.

• Should any Libyan wanted to take up farming career, they used to receive farming land, a farming house, equipment, seeds and livestock to kick-start their farms, all for free.

• All newly-weds In Libya received around $50,000 by the government to buy their own apartment, so to help start a family.

• A mother who gave birth to a child received $5,000.

• 40 loaves of bread in Libya costed $0.15.

• If a person bought (there is no word ‘buys’) a new car in Libya, government subsidised 50% of the price.

• The profit on oil belonged to the people and not to Rothschild’s BP and Rockefeller’s Standard Oil.

• Richest in Africa with the highest living standard and at one time – GDP per capita $11,314 higher than Japan, Libya was known as the ‘Switzerland of the Middle East’.

• Woman in Libya had equal rights, not only in mere theory, but also in practice. However, under the Shariah-Law-based ‘Transitional National Council’ this has changed quickly now.

• Libyans had a direct participatory democracy based on People’s Conference that put other so called ‘democracies’ to shame.

• Being an Islamic country Libya was the only one in North Africa and the whole world where fundamentalist and radicals were not accepted at all.

• Gaddafi planned to introduce a single African currency made from gold, which would have eradicated the US$ and Euro as trade currencies for Africa, in consequence freeing them from the bullies like Rothschild.
…read the full article… Continue reading

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Libya: From Africa’s Wealthiest Democracy under Gaddafi, to US-NATO Sponsored Terrorist Haven

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EDITORIAL STATEMENT: October (2011), marks the four-year anniversary of the disappearance of Libya’s leader, Muammar Gaddafi, and the decline into chaos of one of Africa’s greatest nations.
The position of this network is (and always was) that brother Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, born the 7 June 1942, never physically died: he is alive, he will live forever in the hearts of millions of people in Libya, in Africa and in the whole world, and will remain forever the worst nightmare for Libya’s enemies, that one after the other will be overwhelmed by their evil actions, and by themselves and between themselves each other they will be eliminated and eternally damned.
(the editorial team)

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Contrary to popular belief, Libya, which western media routinely described as “Gaddafi’s military dictatorship” was in actual fact one of the world’s most democratic States.

Under Gaddafi’s unique system of direct democracy, traditional institutions of government were disbanded and abolished, and power belonged to the people directly through various committees and congresses.

Far from control being in the hands of one man, Libya was highly decentralized and divided into several small communities that were essentially “mini-autonomous States” within a State. These autonomous States had control over their districts and could make a range of decisions including how to allocate oil revenue and budgetary funds. Within these mini autonomous States, the three main bodies of Libya’s democracy were Local Committees, Basic People’s Congresses and Executive Revolutionary Councils.

The Basic People’s Congress (BPC), or Mu’tamar shaʿbi asāsi was essentially Libya’s functional equivalent of the House of Commons in the United Kingdom or the House of Representatives in the United States. However, Libya’s People’s Congress was not comprised merely of elected representatives who discussed and proposed legislation on behalf of the people; rather, the Congress allowed all Libyans to directly participate in this process. Eight hundred People’s Congresses were set up across the country and all Libyans were free to attend and shape national policy and make decisions over all major issues including budgets, education, industry, and the economy. Continue reading

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Flashback to 2011: British press glorifies savage assassination of President Gaddafi by NATO’s mercenaries

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EDITORIAL STATEMENT: October (2011), marks the four-year anniversary of the disappearance of Libya’s leader, Muammar Gaddafi, and the decline into chaos of one of Africa’s greatest nations.
The position of this network is (and always was) that brother Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, born the 7 June 1942, never physically died: he is alive, he will live forever in the hearts of millions of people in Libya, in Africa and in the whole world, and will remain forever the worst nightmare for Libya’s enemies, that one after the other will be overwhelmed by their evil actions, and by themselves and between themselves each other they will be eliminated and eternally damned.
(the editorial team)

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Flashback to 2011: British press glorifies savage assassination of President Gaddafi by NATO’s mercenaries
compiled by Cem Ertür, for Indybay, 22 October 2015

The sheer euphoria of the entire British press over President Muammar Gaddafi’s savage assassination by NATO’s mercenaries on the 8th month of the genocidal invasion of Libya betrayed an absolute moral bankruptcy of the predatory imperialist alliance of NATO countries, Arab monarchies and Israel. Continue reading

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Quo Vadis Libya?

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On the Heinous Deeds that US Interventionism Brought upon Libya and upon Libyan Women in Ousting and Murdering Khadafy

The late Col. Muammar Khadafy, hailed as the “Great Leader” by the Libyan people during his incumbency, was murdered by Chad, Somali and Sudanese mercenaries in collusion with NATO and US invading forces on October 19, 2011. Khadafy’s Libya, two years before he was ousted and assassinated was considered as one of Africa’s greatest nations.

By Prof. Henry Francis B. Espiritu (FB) Continue reading

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The Most Important Moral Lesson of the 21st Century Is Known by Few!

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Death and destruction of all life forms are the hallmarks of the military forces controlled by the foreign Banking and Monetary Cartel. By Speer Williams ~ Veteranstoday The non-reporting of this story is a prime example of the deception designed … Continue reading

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Mustafa Abdul Jalil, Traitor & Head of the Fake Revolution: “Ghadafi did not Kill Protestors”

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Mustafa Abdul Jalil, a miserable traitor of the Jamahiriya, former head of the National Transitional Council in Benghazi in 2011, that has given the Libyan nation to the moneylenders in Wall Street, that allowed the massacre of the Libyan people … Continue reading

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Muammar Gaddafi exposed the conspiracy against Libya and the entire free world

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~ Video by  Scorpilingus . . . . reloaded at LibyanFreePress.net Network . . .

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Gaddafi and Decolonising Libya

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* DEDICATED TO THE TRAITORS RATS (term coined by Muammar Gaddafi and that now the renegades repeat like stupid parrots) THAT HAVE DESTROYED THE UNITY, INDEPENDENCE AND SOVEREIGNTY OF LIBYA THANKS TO AMERICAN & NATO BOMBS. YOU HAVE COMMITTED THE … Continue reading

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Gaddafi e la decolonizzazione della Libia

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* DEDICATO AI RATTI TRADITORI (termine coniato da Muammar Gaddafi e che ora i rinnegati ripetono come stupidi pappagalli) CHE HANNO DISTRUTTO L’UNITÀ, INDIPENDENZA E SOVRANITÀ DELLA LIBIA GRAZIE ALLE BOMBE AMERICANE E NATO. VOI AVETE COMMESSO IL PIÙ GRAVE … Continue reading

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False news about the return of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi’s wife ~ Falsa la notizia circa ritorno in Libia della moglie del leader Muammar Gaddafi ~ (Eng-Ita)

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* False news about the return of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi’s wife. The rumor on the streets of Libya on a possible return of Maoummer Gaddafi’s wife in his hometown,Baïda, is totally false. She will never come back to Libya under … Continue reading

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Who pocketed Gaddafi’s billions?

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* NATO’s military campaign in Libya is remarkable, among other things, for the following two reasons. First – the damage that the air raids by the Western anti-Gaddafi alliance caused to Libya is estimated to be 7 times bigger than … Continue reading

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Tribute to Moamar Kaddafi رثاء معمر القذافي

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Tribute to Moamar Kaddafi رثاء معمر القذافي * * No comment needed Nessun commento è necessario * * LibyanFreePress.net Network https://libyanfreepress.wordpress.com/2012/10/25/8132/ * * *

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PROPAGANDA DI GUERRA PSICOLOGICA ~ Le Mucche Volano, Cicciolina è Vergine, le Banche sono un’Istituzione Benefica e Al-Assad ha venduto Gheddafi alla Nato

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* LE MUCCHE VOLANO, CICCIOLINA È VERGINE, LE BANCHE SONO UN’ISTITUZIONE BENEFICA E AL-ASSAD HA VENDUTO GHEDDAFI ALLA NATO * Visto che sin’ora non sono riusciti in alcun modo a scalfire la stima che il popolo siriano ha nei confronti … Continue reading

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Ливия , Муаммар с нами! – Lybia & Muammar day

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* * Published on Aug 20, 2012 by MrGrynya This is some fotos and video , which I shoot this and last year…We are not give up to rats ….We shall win…. * Supported by LibyanFreePress.net Network at https://libyanfreepress.wordpress.com/2012/08/21/%D0%BB%D0%B8%D0%B2%D0%B8%D1%8F-%D0%BC%D1%83%D0%B0%D0%BC%D0%BC%D0%B0%D1%80-%D1%81-%D0%BD%D0%B0%D0%BC%D0%B8-lybia-muammar-day/ * * … Continue reading

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French Elections: Could a False Flag Save Ungrateful Sarkozy? (+ 2 Video)

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* Seif Al-Islam to Sarkozy: “give us back our money” * Liar and war criminal Sarkozy denies Gaddafi funding allegations * False flag operations are covert operations conducted by governments, or other organizations, which are designed to deceive the public in such … Continue reading

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International Workers Day: Muammar Qaddafi on Democracy in Industry

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* “We celebrate today the first of May, the international workers day; but the real workers’ day is the one on which all workers of the world are liberated from slavery and when they become partners instead of wage workers… … Continue reading

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The Truth Exposed: The Great Hero Muammar Gaddafi (Video)

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* * This video shows why Muammar Gaddafi was considered a dangerous enemy by the NWO crazy criminals and it also exposes the Western propaganda’s lies. * Video by TrustCooper * Posted by Ryuzakero, 29 April 2012. Reloaded & Supported … Continue reading

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From Libya to Syria: “War is a Racket. It always has been”

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* “War is a racket. It always has been.” These words are as true now as they were when Major General Smedley Butler first delivered them in a series of speeches in the 1930s. And he should have known. As … Continue reading

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EVERGREEN – Muammar Gaddafi, discorsi – Moammar Qadafi, speeches – (Video collection)

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* Shibbir Shibbir, Beit Beit, Dar Dar, Zenga Zenga, Fard Fard * * * * * * Muammar Gaddafi and the truth about the war in Libya * The terrible truth about Libya’s rebels * supported by LibyanFreePressNetwork at http://wp.me/p1DGte-1JFContinue reading

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“Escape to Hell and Other Stories”, by Muammar Qaddafi – (+Video)

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* * by Muammar Qaddafi How cruel people can be when they flare up together! What a crushing flood that has no mercy for anyone in its way! It does not heed one’s cry or lend one a hand when … Continue reading

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EVER GREEN – Muammar Gaddafi interview on 25 Sep 2009 (Video)

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* * Muammar Gaddafi, the Libyan leader, after the United Nations General Assembly in New York, 2009, in an interview with Al Jazeera… Gaddafi repeated his belief that a two-state solution is not a feasible approach to resolving the Israeli-Palestinian … Continue reading

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10 Motivi di Guerra NATO alla Libia di Muammar Gheddafi (10 Reasons for NATO-War against Libya) + 16 Video

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* Ecco i 10 motivi che hanno spinto la NATO a rovesciare il legittimo governo libico di Muammar Al Gheddafi * * 1) Gheddafi iniziava a pretendere oro (E NON PIU CARTA-STRACCIA) per il commercio del petrolio.  In pratica voleva … Continue reading

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EVER GREEN: Gaddafi speech at UN, 23 Sept 2009 – Discorso di Gheddafi del 23/9/2009 – (Video ENG/ITA subtitles)

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* * A great work of translation and subtitles made by Ryuzakero.  AN EVER GREEN: – Gaddafi speech at UN, 23 Sept  2009 – Discorso di Gheddafi del 23/9/2009 – (Video ENG/ITA subtitles) Posted by Ryuzakero for LibyanFreePress, 16 Febbraio … Continue reading

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Muammar Gaddafi, a man of honor in times of infamy and barbarity – Gheddafi, un uomo d’onore in tempi di infamia e di barbarie

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* * Gli uomini d’onore e gli eroi non muoiono mai ed il loro sangue genera combattenti invincibili e senza tempo. * The men of honor and heroes never die and their blood generates invincible and timeless fighters. * First … Continue reading

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Kadhafi Lives

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Kadhafi ‘lives on in our hearts’ Bani Walid residents * Reloaded by LibyanFreePress *    

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EVER GREEN: discorso di Muammar Gheddafi all’ONU, il 23/9/2009

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(English version here) Discorso di M. Gheddafi all’ONU del 23/9/2009 Nel nome di Dio e in nome dell’Unione Africana, vorrei salutare i membri dell’Assemblea Generale delle Nazioni Unite, sperando che quest’incontro sia tra i più storici della storia del mondo. … Continue reading

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EVER GREEN: Muammar Gaddafi speech at the United Nations, on 23/9/2012 – (+ Video)

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(Italian translation available here) On the 23rd September, 2009, the Leader of the Libyan Revolutionary Committees Movement, Colonel Mu’ammar al-Qadhafi, attended the United Nations General Assembly for the first time, and tore up the worthless United Nations Charter. Here is … Continue reading

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War on Libya is War on Entire Africa

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(This article was first published on Nov 24, 2010) In 2010 Gaddafi offered to invest $97 billion in Africa to free it from Western influence, on condition that African states rid themselves of corruption and nepotism. Gaddafi always dreamed of … Continue reading

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“My life with Gaddafi family” – (Eng. and sub. in all languages)

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“My life with the Gaddafi family”: Testimony of Muammar Gaddafi’s personal cook Libyan revolutionary leader Muammar Qaddafi was voted Human Rights Hero 2011 by the world masses, primarily the populations in western countries, because any search of the web for … Continue reading

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The Most Voted “Human Rights Hero”, by Amnesty Int., is Muammar Gaddafi – (Eng-Ita + 2Video)

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The Most Voted “Human Rights Hero”, by Amnesty Int., is Muammar Gaddafi AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL AWARD FOR THE MOST VOTED “HUMAN RIGHTS HERO” IS FOR MUAMMAR GADDAFI. Video originale di Lelloscanner2 – 2/1/2012 – Testo/traduzione LibyanFreePress & Ryuzakero (English) = Gaddafi … Continue reading

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Human Rights Hero: Vote for Muammar Gaddafi – Eroe per i Diritti Umani: vota per Muammar Gaddafi (Eng-Ita)

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Muammar Gaddafi transformed Libya from the poorest country in the world to the most prosperous country of Africa, more prosperous than Brazil, Russia and Saudi Arabia. – Amnesty International is getting a taste of Karma and reality: Muammar Gaddafi is … Continue reading

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The EVIL…Muammar Gaddafi DEAD?? don’t believe everything you hear (Video)

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Video by a young American, the world has awakened, millions of people are no longer fooled. Uploaded by daryllawsonCA on Oct 20, 2011 Stop dinking the ‘WHORE’ media kool aid. Muammar Gaddafi has been painted by the corrupt corporations of … Continue reading

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Qaddafi is still alive? – Gheddafi è ancora vivo? (Eng-Ita)

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Qaddafi is still alive according to new image (from Ozyism – 18/12/2011) A new image of Qaddafi has been circulating among Libyans through cell phone and social media networks, the image shows Qaddafi with a large beard and still alive. … Continue reading

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Kadhafi Interview (old but everGreen Video)

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Le colonel Kadhafi dans une interview ancienne, toujours intéressant et d’actualité Colonel Gaddafi in an old interview, always interesting and topical Una vecchia intervista al colonnello Gaddafi, sempre interessante e attuale Font: DESINFORMEZ3VOUS

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Gaddafi and Libya: a young American’s rant – Gheddafi e la Libia: dichiarazioni di un giovane americano (Eng-Ita) +2 Video

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Gaddafi and Libya: a young American’s rant A young American speaks out against the Western war on Libya and the mainstream media which portrayed Gaddafi as a cruel dictator who was “killing his own people”. After having read the Green … Continue reading

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Dutch journalist ransacks Qaddafi houses

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A man’s shirt, private notes, flags, family photographs and the passport of Dodi the cat. Just some of the 18 kilos (some media say 20 kilos) of stuff Dutch journalist Harald Doornbos has stolen from the ransacked houses of Libyan … Continue reading

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Muammar Qaddafi: Keep Fighting!

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Mouammar Kadhafi, le Héros Africain – (Text & Video-Music-Chanson)

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Video-Music by NerratiAfrique Mouammar Kadhafi ne mourra jamais Allain Jules – Quand un homme aime son peuple, son pays, sa patrie, vous avez beau faire tout votre possible pour mettre en oeuvre sa disparition, sur le plan physique et mémoriel, … Continue reading

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La Verità sul Colonnello Muammar Gheddafi -(Video Ita-Eng)- The Truth on Colonel Moammar Kaddafi.

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Muammar al-Qaddafi forever – La Verità sul Colonnello Muammar Gheddafi – The Truth on Colonel Moammar Kaddafi. directed by Ryuzakero

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Gaddafi tells us about Obama (old-VIDEO/Eng. Subt.) Gaddafi ci parla di Obama

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Messaggio di Muammar Gheddafi all’Italia

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Nelle ultime settimane e mesi, diversi cittadini europei si sono recati in Libia, per motivi umanitari, diplomatici e di testimonianza giornalistica. Tra essi  Alessandro Londero, il quale è stato scelto dall’autorità libica, il Colonnello Muammar Gheddafi, quale portatore di un … Continue reading

(if) The King is dead, Long live the king!

Allah!

Muammar!

wa Libya wa Bass!

Non è Gheddafi, l’uomo ucciso a Sirte. Si chiamava Ahmid – Is not Gaddafi the man killed in Sirte. His name is Ahmid.

Is not Gaddafi the man killed in Sirte. His name is Ahmid.

Non è Gheddafi, l’uomo ucciso a Sirte. Si chiamava Ahmid.

L’uomo nella foto, con il foro di proiettile in testa, non è Muammar Gheddafi, ma la sua controfigura, si chiamava Ahmid, ed era presente a Villa Pamphili, a Roma, mentre cenava assieme a Tronchetti-Provera e Afef.
‘Ci prendono per il naso? occhio al naso, non risulta che Muammar abbia fatto il lifting al naso beduino’.

Ahmid (sopra)

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Analisi del video ‘dell’assassinio di Gheddafi’

  • 1. Sul video che sarebbe stato registrato a Sirte, il sole splende, polvere ovunque… tuttavia, in realtà, solo il giorno prima a Sirte vi era stato un nubifragio.
  • 2. In due diverse parti dello stesso video possiamo vedere che il ‘colonnello’ ha i capelli di due colori diversi, in una parte ha capelli castano chiaro, nell’altra ha i capelli neri.
  • 3. In un video del ‘colonnello morto’, ha il naso irregolare, sembra spezzato in modo strano, in altri video in cui quest’uomo è morto, il suo naso è diritto
  • 4. Nel primi video (da Sirte) il suo volto appare molto giovane, ma sappiamo tutti che è rugoso.
  • 5. Hanno detto che gli hanno sparato alle gambe, e che è morto dissanguato, ma questo ‘colonnello’ catturato sta in piedi mentre lo spingono in giro. Inoltre, la parte inferiore del corpo non è coperta di sangue.
  • 6. La parte superiore del corpo nudo del ‘colonnello’ è giovane, senza segni di invecchiamento nel video, ma il colonnello è un uomo di 70 anni. Sapete come appare il corpo di un uomo di 70 anni, specialmente di un uomo che ha speso tutta la sua vita nel deserto.
  • 8. Secondo la loro propaganda, lo hanno trovato in una fogna. Eppure ‘lui’ appare rasato di fresco, la barba tagliata nel video, ecc.
  • 9. C’è un altro dettaglio strano nel video di Sirte, una donna nera -una civile- guarda lo spettacolo, e sembra molto rilassata. Una donna nera civile a Sirte al fianco dei topi (!?). Questo è impossibile. Tutti sanno ciò che i ratti della NATO/al-Qaida stanno facendo ai neri, uomini, donne e bambini in Libia. Li impiccano, linciano e decapitano. Specialmente le donne nere a Sirte, SE ALCUNE hanno lasciato Sirte (cosa di cui dubitare fortemente) non sarebbero mai state dalla parte dei topi razzisti. Questo è veramente strano.
  • 10. In un video, Gheddafi è coperto di sangue quando lo mettono in un pick-up; in un altro con la stessa ‘azione’ il suo volto è pulito come se fosse diretto a un matrimonio.
  • 11. Fatto: manifestazioni di massa contro la NATO e CNT si preparavano, unificate a contro-attacchi e alla rivolta già iniziata il 14 ottobre.
  • 12. Pochi giorni dopo Hillary Clinton è venuta e ha detto che voleva Gheddafi morto, ed è stato ucciso.
  • 13. Non solo lui, ma i suoi figli e ogni alto funzionario che si riusce a ricordare ‘sono stati uccisi lo stesso giorno a SIRTE’, anche se è noto che Gheddafi e i suoi figli erano leader di diverse brigate in fronti differenti della Libia. (Nota: la Libia è grande un terzo  dell’Europa, e Sirte è solo una piccola città che è stata per mesi sotto assedio)
  • 14. Aisha Gheddafi, la figlia. dice che è vivo.
  • 15. Gheddafi ha 12 sosia.

Fonte: Sitoaurora.splinder

Nel 1971 Muammar Gheddafi venne sottoposto a una operazione di appendicite. Come mostra la foto, il cadavere di Ahmid (il presunto ‘Muammar Gheddafi’), non reca tracce di questa operazione. (Alessandro)

E mi si fa notare anche un’altra cosa: “Il vero Gheddafi aveva una vecchia cicatrice al braccio destro, conseguenza dello scoppio di una vecchia mina italiana che provocò anche la morte di un suo cugino. Il corpo custodito dai ratti di Misurata presenta tale cicatrice sul suo braccio?”

L’ONU ha chiesto di fare piena chiarezza sugli minuti minuti di vita di Gheddafi, sollecitando un’inchiesta che chiarisca com’è morto l’ex raìs. Mahmoud Jibril, leader del Consiglio nazionale di transizione (CNT), ha detto che i risultati dell’autopsia sul corpo del colonnello – prevista per oggi – sarebbero stati inviati all’Aja. Ma per tutta risposta Fathi Bachagha, un portavoce dei militari del CNT, ha fatto la voce grossa, dicendo che sul cadavere dell’ex leader libico non sarà praticata alcuna autopsia: “Nessuno aprirà il suo corpo“. In questo modo, dunque, sarà difficile – se non impossibile – togliere ogni dubbio sulla vicenda. Il corpo di Gheddafi si trova in una cella frigorifera in un mercato di Misurata. I libici fanno la coda per vedere, da vicino, la salma dell’ex raìs.

Fonte: Il Giornale

CORRELATO: “Gaddafi’s body will not undergo an autopsy”

Il Leone del Deserto, e le belve democratiche

Concetti ed esposizione ineccepibili e azzeccate, queste di Giuseppe Angiuli – (Facebook)- CERTAMENTE DA LEGGERE


ALLEGATO: 
(La Guerra di Libia allo Scanner – Claudio Moffa – PDF)

Il leone del deserto colpito a morte dalla belve “democratiche”. Il suo coraggio una lezione per tutti noi

Ero personalmente presente a Roma, la sera del 30 agosto 2010, alla celebre festa data da Berlusconi alla caserma di Tor di Quinto, in onore di Muhammar Gheddafi, nell’occasione dell’anniversario della firma del trattato di amicizia italo-libica. Ascoltai con viva attenzione il discorso pronunziato dal leader libico dinanzi ad un parterre di tutto riguardo, nel quale si segnalavano alti gerarchi militari, banchieri e capitani d’industria di casa nostra, vistosamente imbarazzati dall’obbligo di sottostare ad un cerimoniale così pomposo allestito per un ospite tanto pittoresco ed ingombrante.

Vedi anche: “Macellazioni finali, i carnefici Nato-CNT, i plaudenti Ban Ki Moon, Napolitano, UE,…e astenuti (di Marinella Correggia)-PDF

Il giorno successivo alla festa, i nostri mezzi di stampa, con i soliti toni prevenuti verso Gheddafi, dettero conto agli italiani di un “discorso di sfida” lanciato dal colonnello all’indirizzo dell’Italia e dell’Europa, raccontando però soltanto una parte del discorso del leader libico, cioè quella più consona a prestarsi alle campagne conformistiche del nostro giornalismo, tutto intento a gettare discredito sul significato dell’alleanza italo-libica: mi riferisco alla controversa questione del controllo sui flussi immigratori, che effettivamente occupò una parte importante dell’intervento del leader. Gheddafi sul punto usò un linguaggio alquanto duro e franco: “Se ci tenete a conservare il più a lungo possibile la vostra identità etnico-culturale di popoli europei – disse il colonnello – allora dovete fidarvi del mio ruolo di repressore della tratta illegale degli africani; in caso contrario – aggiunse – un’emigrazione incontrollata dei popoli dell’Africa (il continente giovane e prolifico per antonomasia) verso il vecchio continente, unitamente al vostro calo delle nascite, vi farà oggetto di una vera e propria conquista demografica”.

Questa parte del discorso poteva – e può ancora oggi – prestarsi ad interpretazioni controverse, ma quello che i mass-media di destra e di sinistra omisero totalmente di raccontare all’opinione pubblica riguardò due parti ben diverse del discorso di Gheddafi: e fu ascoltando quelle parti del discorso che mi resi conto che era stato davvero un miracolo, per il capo di una nazione del Terzo Mondo come lui, l’essere riuscito a sopravvivere per più di 40 anni ai vertici della sua nazione senza essere fatto fuori dalle potenze che governano il globo (anche se ormai sappiamo bene come andò l’incidente di Ustica nel 1980 e sospettiamo a buona ragione che Bettino Craxi potrebbe avere pagato a caro prezzo la impavida idea di avvisare il colonnello nell’imminenza del bombardamento reaganiano della sua residenza, nel 1986).

Il colonnello si rivolse agli astanti mettendo due volte il coltello nella piaga: in primo luogo, alluse al periodo fascista, alla brutale repressione delle tribù libiche messa in atto dal maresciallo Graziani (il quale, com’è noto, fece uso di gas tossici per sterminare i libici), parlò dei campi di concentramento creati da noi italiani negli anni ’30 del novecento, esaltò la figura dell’eroe Omar al-Mukhtar, il celebre “Leone del deserto” immortalato nel pluri-censurato film del 1981 con la grande interpretazione di Anthony Quinn.

(La Guerra di Libia allo Scanner – Claudio Moffa – PDF, 2M)

Senza mezzi termini, il colonnello Gheddafi quella sera, dinanzi a fior di militari nostrani con tanto di stellette, ferì l’orgoglio di noi italiani, esortandoci a chiedere loro “scusa” per quello che i nostri padri-nonni avevano compiuto nella loro terra. Ricordo perfettamente le sue parole: “Dovete fare conoscere ai vostri figli – infierì nelle nostre coscienze sporche – i crimini commessi da voi italiani nel periodo del colonialismo in Libia, così come io quest’oggi ho mostrato al vostro Presidente Berlusconi, che ringrazio per l’attenzione dimostratami, le foto dei campi di concentramento da voi stessi costruiti nel mio Paese”.

A chiusura dell’intervento, il colonnello fece una riflessione prettamente geopolitica che a mio avviso costituì il punto più importante del suo discorso, senz’altro quello che fece andare in bestia gli osservatori britannici e statunitensi presenti in giacca e cravatta, sempre “vigili” e pronti ad intervenire ogniqualvolta in Italia qualcuno mostra di far sul serio in politica estera, distaccandosi dal loro padronato.

“Mi rivolgo a voi italiani ed a tutti i popoli che si affacciano sulle coste del Mediterraneo – esclamò il colonnello – E’ giunta l’ora che il Mediterraneo torni ad essere mare nostrum, nel senso che deve appartenere unicamente a quelle nazioni posizionate sulle sue rive. Non possiamo più consentire che potenze lontane geograficamente debbano conservare la loro supremazia militare e marittima sul nostro mare. Dobbiamo, prima o poi, iniziare a liberarcene perché ormai i tempi sono maturi per una svolta strategica”.

Ma guarda un po’ – pensai tra me e me – un leader di un Paese in via di sviluppo trova la forza e l’ardimento di venire in un Paese ex potenza coloniale non soltanto per rivendicare, al cospetto delle sue massime cariche, l’esigenza sacrosanta di una richiesta di scuse per le note responsabilità storiche ma perfino per esortare la medesima ex potenza coloniale (cioè la misera Italietta di questi anni) a trovare il coraggio di affrancarsi finalmente dal giogo soverchiante delle nazioni vincitrici del secondo conflitto mondiale, in primis Gran Bretagna e U.S.A.
A ripensarci adesso, dopo un anno e 2 mesi in cui è successo proprio di tutto, il discorso di quella sera di fine estate fu davvero una lezione di dignità per noi italiani, anche se probabilmente nemmeno Gheddafi era consapevole del livello di appiattimento valoriale se non di inebetimento collettivo della nostra comunità nazionale, ormai incapace anche soltanto di pensarsi libera e autonoma da quei centri di potere che, in nome dell’esportazione della democrazia, seminano guerre, crisi economiche e depressioni sociali da un capo all’altro del pianeta. Forse ci aveva sopravvalutato – il colonnello Gheddafi – quando aveva pensato che, dopo l’infamia del colonialismo novecentesco, non saremmo stati capaci di violare ancora una volta il suolo e il diritto all’autodeterminazione del popolo libico.

Noialtri, poi, cosa abbiamo davvero capito della guerra di Libia del 2011? Noi cittadini ingannati da una classe politica di così infimo livello degna davvero di una Repubblica delle banane; noi impoveriti nelle tasche e surclassati nell’animo da un ceto dirigente che, tranne pochissime eccezioni, è totalmente vassallo di quegli stessi centri di potere finanziario di matrice anglosassone che, proprio in questi ultimi tempi, stanno portando a termine il noto programma del New World Order, che passa inevitabilmente per un azzeramento della sovranità nazionali, sia in politica che in economia; noi telebeoti, umiliati e gabbati da un ceto giornalistico che in quest’epoca di menzogne ha conservato un livello di dignità e deontologia professionale inferiore al mestiere di prostituta (senza offesa per le prostitute)!

Ebbene, mentre noi dormivamo, e ancora dormiamo su 7 cuscini, il colonnello Gheddafi aveva ben compreso i disegni dei gruppi oligarchici che dominano l’Europa e – forse ancora per poco – il mondo. Aveva sfidato i piani di dominio coloniale dell’Africa, in cui si distingue una Francia mai tanto famelica dai tempi di Napoleone, lavorando per progetti di integrazione continentale (mutuati dal modello latino-americano): Fondo Monetario Africano, una nuova moneta-dinaro sganciata dal dollaro, un satellite pan-africano. Aveva individuato proprio nella anacronistica NATO (sorta nel 1949 per contrastare, si immagini, il fantasma comunista!) e nella sua pesante presenza nel Mediterraneo, la chiave del dominio anglo-americano sul continente europeo e sui Paesi del nord-Africa. E infatti, i più informati sanno bene che alla NATO, dopo la devastazione della ex Jugoslavia e l’annientamento del popolo serbo, mancavano ancora due soli tasselli nazionali per poter dire completato il mosaico dell’alleanza atlantica nel Mediterraneo: guarda caso, proprio la Libia dell’indomito Gheddafi e la Siria del filo-russo e filo-iraniano Assad.

In tanti per fortuna hanno cominciato ad aprire gli occhi su questa ennesima carneficina “umanitaria” congegnata dall’Alleanza Atlantica, che lascerà pesanti macerie nel già traballante sistema di diritto internazionale; altri – forse – capiranno a distanza di qualche tempo cosa è davvero successo a poche centinaia di chilometri in linea d’aria da noi.

Ma al momento della sua (presunta) morte, occorre rendere onore alle doti di intrepido coraggio e di non comune fierezza del colonnello Gheddafi: ha combattuto fino alla fine, senza alcuna paura degli aggressori, incarnando il desiderio di autodeterminazione e di lotta al colonialismo per il quale sarà ricordato per generazioni da milioni di africani e, assieme a loro, da tutti i popoli sottomessi ai padroni del mondo.

Dalla relativa conoscenza che posso avere io della situazione sul campo, credo davvero difficile che i libici, ancorchè privati della loro guida, possano essere totalmente sottomessi dall’imperialismo: continueranno a combattere e, alla fine, i colonialisti dovranno tornarsene ancora una volta a casa.

Giuseppe Angiuli – Facebook – 20 ottobre 2011