Saturday, July 02, 2011


Libya - Reuters

Gaddafi challenges Sarkozy, Cameron and Obama to switch on their TVs and watch the crowds.

He says:

You target our houses... we could do the same...

But he says:

Let's not do that but let's watch the crowds...

The oil is for Libya.

Libya is ours...

You hired mercenaries...

Those rebels are no different from who betrayed Libyan during the Italian invasion.



chuckyman said...

Excellent news Aangirfan – you have to respect the wily old fox. Out of all of the Arab nationalist leaders of Nasser’s generation he is the only one still going strong.

Noor al Haqiqa said...

WOW thanks for posting.

WOnderful stuff, just wish the translation was clearer. It is time that people understood this is a war for oil and water.

If they gave a rat's ass about the Libyan people they would pull out the thugs of NATO and al Qaeda. The atrocities these ones have been doing, horrible. Last week I posted some films that even I could hardly watch, and my tummy is pretty tough after all these years. And within 24 hours both films and site were poofios. The CIA does not want the truth out there at all!

Meanwhile I still root for Qadaffi... he may not be an angel but he does what he must for the people he loves... and unlike the Americans he protects his own.

Rah rah

Anonymous said...

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brian said...

FYI Veterens Today has been atacking Gadafi ad Libya in the cause of the insurgents. So beware

brian said...

i wonder who mr anonymous is? because his determintion to demonise Gadafi is so for Chris Bollyn, he has just axed his reputation as a journalist. His jew hate has twisted his mined so he believes what he likes. meanswhile, on the 'african mercenaries he refers to in the article:
has he read Max Fortes analysis of that?
The War in Libya:
Race, "Humanitarianism," and the Media
by Maximilian Forte
Firing for Media Effect: Setting the "African" Agenda
"We left behind our friends from Chad. We left behind their bodies. We had 70 or 80 people from Chad working for our company. They cut them dead with pruning shears and axes, attacking them, saying you're providing troops for Gadhafi. The Sudanese, the Chadians were massacred. We saw it ourselves." (A Turkish oilfield worker who fled Libya, speaking to the BBC and quoted in NPR's "In Libya, African Migrants Say They Face Hostility," 25 February 2011)

DONT BE FOOLED by anon posters!


Anonymous said...

Bye Bye Bollyn. 9/11 Book and Interview Bring Clarity

Anonymous said...

Hi Aang,

What is your position on Bollyn? And on censorship on your comments section?

Why did you not publish my reply to Brian?

Just what are you afraid of?

Why do you support a bloodthirsty and filthy rich tyrant like Gadaffi who has been in power for decades, like the Baath in Iraq, with a murdering secret police? Is your enemy's foe your friend?

Why, not having published my invitation to readers to make up their own minds, you still published a paranoid unsubstantiated smear comment of Bollyn's work?

I ask you that you reconsider.

Why should it be bad for your blog that readers have discussion over issues such as these in the comments section? Are you running a farm here?

Why will you not expose your readers to contrarian points of view, when some of them can very obviously benefit from training their critical thinking faculties?

Something for you to ponder,

Anonymous said...

You don't have to publish this.

Please read this article, and go through the comments.

Your concerned reader, who is beginning to believe you are more inclined to conserve a certain readership, than to seek for truth,

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