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  1. L'Afrique
    October 24, 2011 @ 8:29 pm

    Only recruits of NATO, the brain-dead and lowlifes in Libya and Africa would rejoice at the demise and humiliation of Colonel Muammar Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi by NATO and its allies. Like other unsung African champions, the Colonel was assassinated on directives of NATO for daring to portray Africa as independent, prosperous and progressive.

    While the life of Colonel Muammar Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi was full of puzzlement, the Colonel was nonetheless a perceptive African leader and a champion in the fight for the freedom of nations to be. For years, Colonel Gaddafi managed the affairs of his Libya, kept the Central Bank of Libya independent of world financial institutions, and all while keeping noted imperialists at bay.

    Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was not assaulted and assassinated by NATO because of his governing style or because NATO members cared for the civil rights of Libyans, but because the Colonel would not kiss behinds, the Colonel managed to keep his Libya independent and the Colonel sought the well-being of Africa by informing Western imperialists, months before 2011 absurd assault by NATO, that he would campaign in Africa to repudiate both the dollar and the euro as trading currencies in Africa.

    Colonel Muammar Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi was a thousand times human than the UN, NATO and all members of the AU who signed his death warrant combined. Colonel Muammar Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi, was a Great and Perceptive African Leader, and an International Freedom Fighter!

    Any leader, and more so an African leader, who could put a leash, for years, on our noted imperialists with a history of plundering from developing nations is a Superb leader and forever a friend of L’Afrique!

    The Colonel fought a heroic fight and finished his course. The Colonel sleeps.

  2. Alan
    October 27, 2011 @ 12:16 pm

    That’s the biggest pile of crap I’ve heard in quite some time. Gaddafi was a murdering, insane despot. Libya and the world is well rid of him. Do I care how he died – no! I just hope someone now sees fit to put a bullet into al-Megrahi.

    I and it would seem the vast majority of the Libyan people disagree with your views.

    Libya now has a chance of a future of its own making. My thoughts go out to the Libyan people. Good luck to them with whatever their future FREEDOM holds, it is for them to now shape it. The Libyan people have proven that no country has to put up with such dictators and have earned the respect of the rest of the world!

    (Links removed because this fool does not deserve any credit for such absurd views)