Tuesday, October 25, 2011


A Mansion in Harare.

"Sibanengi Dube ... is ... adamant that Zimbabwe’s airforce, in August 2011, flew Muammar Gaddafi into Zimbabwe and that Gaddafi was seen in a Harare Gunhill suburb house." (MDC journalist still claims Gaddafi went to Zimbabwe)

"Gaddafi staged a nocturnal entry into Zimbabwe aboard a Zimbabwe Air force jet that landed at Suri-Suri Airbase in Chegutu....

"He was quickly whisked to a sprawling mansion in Harare’s Gunhill suburb under the cover of darkness with members of MDC VAA in a secret pursuit.

"We kept a hawk’s eye on the house ... and we don’t doubt even for a second that the fallen despot is now a ‘unique guest’ to Robert Mugabe.

"The house is encircled by uniformed army personnel of the Zimbabwe National Army and is swarming with plain clothes policemen and dreaded CIO operatives.

"They said all indications were confirming what they saw, including heavily armed female blonde body guards of Libyan origin patrolling around the house where the former despot is holed up... (It's Official: Col Muammar Gaddafi Is In Zimbabwe - The Mutare Times)

' Gaddafi' has many mansions in Harare.

Gaddafi Double

The SteveLendmanBlog points out the Mixed Messages on Gaddafi:

Some quotes:

1. After Gaddafi's reported assassination, Jamahiriya supportive web sites were hacked, including Algeria-ISP.

2. Leaders at times have doubles. Saddam reportedly had 12. To this day, it's not clear if he or a double was executed. Gaddafi also had them. Was one of them killed, not him?

3. On October 23, LibyaFreePress.com reported Saif al-Islam Gaddafi on Syria's Arrai TV saying: "We continue our resistance to full revenge. I am in Libya, alive and free."

Days earlier, TNC officials said he was captured in Zliten. They lied like so many previous times.

4. Famed Libyan journalist Dr. Yusuf Shakeer, known for reporting reliably, believes Gaddafi's alive.

Reportedly, this is a Gaddafi mansion in New Jersey in the USA

5. On air with Alex Jones, Webster Tarpley said Gaddafi's death is "alleged," not independently confirmed. Did NATO kill Gaddafi or a double, he asked?

6. On October 21, London Guardian writer Julian Borger headlined, "ICC seeks forensic proof of death before withdrawing Gaddafi arrest warrant," saying:

It awaits confirmation that Gaddafi's, in fact, dead.

7. On October 22, NSNBC said "many others who discuss the purported death of (Gaddafi) may be smelling a rat." Evidence so far consists of reports by serial liars, "shaky videos and dubious photos."

8. On October 21, Mathaba.net headlined, "Qaddafi Not Dead," saying:

Washington, Britain and France desperately needed something resembling victory, even if fake, not real.

9. Under Gaddafi, Libyans had Africa's highest standard of living.

Under his Decision No. 111, everyone got free healthcare, education, training, rehabilitation, housing assistance, disability and old-age benefits, interest-free loans from Libya's public bank, subsidies to study abroad, free electricity and water, generous stipends for newlyweds, and practically free gasoline.

All of it's now gone, replaced by impoverishment, destitution, depravation, homelessness, hunger, disease, fear, insecurity, and despair.



aferrismoon said...

How to 'forge' an Empire - fake everything up!

"All of it's now gone, replaced by impoverishment, destitution, depravation, homelessness, hunger, disease, fear, insecurity, and despair."

Any economist worth his socks will tell you those are tell-tale signs of market forces at work, which as we know always heralds democracy.

Standard + Poor will doubtless increase Libya's rating in proportion to the wretched and very necessary misery required to pull the country up by its bootstraps.

Interest-free loans - dear God! Whatever next?


Anonymous said...

I do not feel that publishing accounts such as this one, dating from August, does anything to enhance the credibility of your blog and in fact can diminish the overall excellence of some of your recent reporting. IMHO it's better to mention such possibilities (like that of his being in Zimbabwe) rather than make a feature of such news items and links.

Here we seem to have Gaddafi's bodyguard reporting his final days. We cannot be sure, but at this time the balance of probability suggests he was killed at Sirte. Of course, the possibility of it being a double cannot be completely discounted either. I'd prefer to observe and report right now than to speculate.


Anonymous said...

Decison made (Rothschild?)...no secret burial at sea, Gadaffi gets secret burial in the desert. Hiding the 'double' from our preying eyes? Again?

aferrismoon said...

From previous post:

"According to Sibel Edmonds: 'A lot of the drugs were going to Belgium with NATO planes."

Nato and Belgium connects with the Dutroux case.

Sticking my oar in at Anon - Is this blog attempting to be 'credible', does it need to? Why have expectations , is there a 'credibility' scale?

Perhaps Anon could create a blog that fills in the 'credibility gaps' rather than exhort others to hone the blog to Anon's obviously high expectations.

Apologies for sticking nose in to others business but......


Asif said...

"Problem is, (he's) not dead. Not only because he was not captured and not killed....but because he already lives in the hearts of millions."

Noor al Haqiqa said...

BINGO Asif Shah!

You can kill the body (or not)

But you cannot kill the inspiration!

nina said...

I always appreciate your consideration of other possibilities. It would be rather stupid not to keep an open mind in these times of monumental scams and hustles.

Anonymous said...



Genie said...

3. On October 23, LibyaFreePress.com reported Saif al-Islam Gaddafi on Syria's Arrai TV saying: "We continue our resistance to full revenge. I am in Libya, alive and free."

from the same report:
According to RIA Novosti, Saif al-Islam Gaddafi has already got the support of the tribes loyal to his father, who promised to fight against the current government and take revenge for the killing of the colonel and his son Mutassim.

His people are saying the colonial and his son Mutassim were killed.

nobody said...

Thanks Aang, keep following this. I'm grooving on it.

And Ferris, you're in rare form today mate. Bravo.

Also, I read somewhere (I hope it wasn't here because then I'd look like a dimwit) but Gaddafi's next move was a 're-nationalisation' of the oil industry albeit with the entire population given a certificate of ownership. Imagine that. How would the death cult then been able to come in and grab everything? With private ownership as their mantra the prospect of the entire Libyan population waving their certificates would have been an unspinnable nightmare.

Anonymous said...

Rumors abound: Gaddafi “Look Alike” killed in Libya on camera
October 27, 2011 by Jack Blood
Filed under World

According to reports reaching us, the martyr humiliated and presented as Muammar Al-Gaddafi, in videos and photographs that have been shown around the world, has been identified as the real person actually called Ali Majid Al Andalus who was an inhabitant of Sirte in Libya and was famous for his resemblance to the brother Leader of the El Fateh Revolution.
We publish this news to put an end as quickly as possible to the confusion in the psychological war during which NATO has flooded the web with false news, false documents, false Libyan sites, contaminating social networks and unfortunately also some sites of friends of Libya.


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