Monday, February 21, 2011


Gaddafi. Website for this image

It is as if there were two Gaddafis.

Maybe the original one was replaced by a double?

1. In Libya, in 1911, the Italians bombed innocent civilians from the air. (Ninety-three years of bombing the Arabs)

Libya has almost always been treated badly by the Europeans and Americans.

2. "After the 1969 coup, Gaddafi closed American and British bases and partially nationalized foreign oil and commercial interests in Libya.

"He also played a key role in promoting oil embargoes as a political weapon for challenging the West, hoping that an oil price rise and embargo in 1973 would persuade the West, especially the United States, to end support for Israel.

"Gaddafi rejected both Eastern (Soviet) communism and Western (United States) capitalism and claimed he was charting a middle course for his government."[31]

"The Libyan state provides an extensive level of social security, particularly in the fields of housing and education."[81]

(Libya - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

3. "CIA agent Edwin P. Wilson recruited Gadaffi in 1977, and the CIA shipped Libya over 2000 pounds of explosives," says former CIA agent Lester Coleman.

(DIA Agent's Book, Trail of the Octopus - From Beirut To Lockerbie.)

4. The CIA has a tendency to fall out with its assets.

5. In 1984, in London, Police Constable Yvonne Fletcher was shot dead outside the Libyan people’s Bureau.

In April 1996, Britain's Channel Four programme Dispatches revealed that Fletcher had been murdered by elements of British and American intelligence.

"The purpose of the slaying, as outlined earlier, was to 'shape' public opinion and, importantly, pre-empt Parliamentary indignation for the later bombing of Tripoli by British based US warplanes."

(Easy Target)

6. On 20 February 2011, Libya's state news agency blamed the troubles in Libya on "a foreign network trained in creating clashes and chaos to destabilise Libya".

(Gaddafi son warns of civil war dangers – Financial Times.)





A13 said...

Hi Aang.
on the TV we see Gaddafi, and it looks like he's had a major face job in the past few years...

it it Gaddafi??
or a lookalike?? (like the Adolf Hitler lookalike)
I remember Gaddafi, and his face and nose are a bit different.,

It looks like he's wearing a badly fitting mask..

I noticed this a few years ago when one of our Aussie jounalists interviewed him, i though he had changed significantly.

It could just be age and lots of alcohol??
Cheers A13

A13 said...

Hi again Aang.
on the Yvonne Fletcher case, Joe Vaills, now dead, wrote an expose on this. You may not have seen it.

Cheers A13

who+dares+wings said...

If Libians didn't do Lockerbie why did they confess to it? I'm confused about that whole story. One of the purported terrorist bombers was then released from a life sentence because he was terminally ill and went home and didn't die?

Why hasn't Gaddaffi ever made a statement about being framed? Is everyone supposed to deduce the truth behind the news now while world leaders and the media play a cat and mouse game with us and go along with some game plan only they're privy to?

Are we being lied to about the sniper deaths of Libyian protesters and no Internet access there?

Anon said...

Libya has never admitted responsibility for Lockerbie. They knew they would be bombed, financially ruined etc if they did not agree to compensation.

- Aangirfan

Anonymous said...

The Libyans 'didn't do Lockerbie' was probably rolled out as disinformation to smooth away wrinkles that would have put a stop to major trade developments. It put enough doubt in people's minds - and since trade is vital to our security interests stories like this would have the support of the services. Our leaders simply don't give a damn about justice when the stakes are as high as this.

Doubles? I think you ought to start writing spy stories.

If there ain't a story there - make one!!


brian said...

so far your one of the few bloggers who smells a rat in Libya
Why would gaddafi send for foreign mercenaries to kill libyans? and why is it one of the few independent arab leaders has the greatest reported death toll! Egypts protestors went out of their way to avoid Libya they set fire to government buildings?
The point seens to be to get the govt to us violence...then this is used to justify the regimes removal...a good eg of a control demolition of a state.

brian said...

if Libya falls..what happens to Megrahi? is the US waiting to take him back into custody?

Anon said...

Dear Brian,

Very good questions.

It's interesting that the media have been careful NOT to interview Ben Ali or Mubarak.

Most of the people being interviewed by the BBC sound fake.

- Aangirfan.

Anon said...

Dear Brian,

Why do we smell a rat?

We have met executives who've lived and worked in Libya.

They told us it's a happy, friendly prosperous country.

We've met people who were in Lockerbie when PanAm 103 came down.

They told us the FBI and CIA were on the scene within minutes.

- Aangirfan

brian said...

more on Gaddafi

"This man (Gaddafi) helped us at a time when we were all alone, when those (Britain and the US) who say we should not come here (Libya) were helping the enemy."
Nelson Mandela, 1997

so are there really, as you suggest 2 Gaddafis? or ar we seeing a text book eg of a colour revolution?

Those who now attack Gaddafi are the same who then had Mandela locked up.

brian said...

as for known that the night before there was a break in at London airport..

Anonymous said...

I'm not a political animal and thus won't comment on the Middle East situation, per se, other than to say I see a people, fueled by modern communications they didn't have before, chucking out an oppressive regime and demanding to join the real world.

Would you like to live under a cruel dictator, using your hard work to line his pockets? Bush and Blair were bad enough, but we had the choice of chucking them out, many in the world do not.

I'd like them to have that same choice.

Unfortunately, 'democracy' seemingly always costs blood. Our blood.

Then so be it.

Like myself, Aangirfan hates child-abuse, his posts prove this. Mmm... halfway human after all...

If a bloody revolution is what it takes for the now free peoples to expose and stop this, then so be it.

Of course there are forces out there who are using the situation for their own ends, it's always been that way, always will. May the best man win.

Regarding Gaddafi being a double: I recall he spoke very good English, seemed very erudite, intelligent, charming, the only Arab leader seemingly with his feet on the ground. This new one hasn't spoken a word of English, always uses an interpreter, seems incoherent, that last speech was positively Hitlerian. And he has had a terrible face-job. Botoxed to buggery and back or have they put Gaddafi's face on someone else? He looks and acts and speaks like a wooden dummy. My first thought was Gaddafi's dead and this man is a double. But why, then, doesn't his 3 sons make a play for power.

I don't know the answer.

Anonymous said...

Sorry, my post could be double, its because I have connection troubles.
Anyway its common knowledge that most famous ppl - be them in showbiz or politics - have doubles. Also, they can be replaced any time their masters want. If smb crosses the line, for instance, u know what I mean. A few artists that were replaced: Michael Jackson, The Beatles, Cameron Diaz, Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Beyonce, Elvis Presley, Jennifer Aniston, Nicole Kidman/Tom Cruise, Eminem, Megan Fox, Marilyn Monroe, Tiger Woods (not an artist but it doesnt matter), Xtina Aguilera, Axl Rose, Cher, even Charles Manson the patsy. Definitely alchohol, drugs and a certain lifestyle can change a person, but lets get real, such things dont make ur neck grow longer or shorten suddenly, ur ears to change their shape, ur chin to change its shape or grow bigger/pointier, ur eyes to change their size or position, ur height to change overnight or ur hands to change. The current Gaddafi looks nothing like... Gaddafi. He looks like a bad sewn mask, devilish. Undoubtedly replaced. Dont forget, reality is stranger than fiction.


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