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Colonel Mad Dog Gaddafi: A Life In Nutty Quotes

IT’S not the way Colonel Gaddafi says it – it’s what he says:


Posted: 22nd, August 2011 | In: Key Posts, Politicians | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Is Libyan TV Biased In Favour Of Gaddafi? Let’s See

LIBYA – The War: If you thought our media was biased, take look at how the Libyans do it on state TV. The news anchor, blessed with gravitas-giving silver hair and a photogenic AK47, declares:

“In the name of Almighty God, I pledge to you, my Dear Leader, that I will sacrifice my last breath, my last bullet, my last drop of blood, last baby and child for you.”

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Posted: 23rd, March 2011 | In: TV & Radio | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Libya War: Paedo King Gaddafi On Run From Murderous Americans With 40 Virgins

LIBYA – The War: Paedo King Gaddafi on run with 40 virgins. Anorak’s look at the war in the news:

The Independent (front page): “Bombed but not broken”

We see a man stood amid rubble. He is holding aloft a photo of Colonel Gaddafi in his youthful vigour. The message is clear: the Indy has a respect for Gaddafi’s fighters who are now, in the face of superior fire power, the rebels.

Daily Mirror (front page): “With friends like these”

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Posted: 23rd, March 2011 | In: Key Posts, Reviews | Comments (2) | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Gaddafi Invites Suicidal Muslims To Take Out Switzerland: Bombs Not Injections

COLONEL Gaddafi wnts to annihilate Switzerland, land of civic pride, assisted suicide (the jihadis will enjoy that – although the Swiss are not as messy) and racism.

Responding to the Swiss move to ban the building of minarets, Gaddafi says:

“Let us wage jihad against Switzerland… Any Muslim in any part of the world who works with Switzerland is an apostate, is against Muhammad, God and the Koran.”

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Posted: 22nd, March 2011 | In: Politicians | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Libya War New Round-Up: Gaddafi Is a Peado And We’re Running Out Of Pilots

LIBYA – war with Gaddafi: Anorak’s look at story in the news:


The House of Commons endorsed the action by a margin of 557 to 13 after the Prime Minister reassured them: “This is not going to be another Iraq.”

The front pages:

i: A licence to Kill Gaddafi?

Killing the leader of foreign country becomes matter of public debate.

The Independent: “The Disunited nations”

The Times: “Gaddafi uses human shields to foil attacks”

Daily Star: “Gadddafi’s human shelf of kids”

This is equipped with photo of Gaddafi stood behind two children, who are each holding what looks like a new toy. Tomorrow, look out for allegations that Gaddafi is a paedo, Muslim, gypsy, Asbo, benefits cheating scumbag. He’ll be wearing a Burberry baseball cap, wearing Argo gems and holding an angry dog on lead in the park by Friday.

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Posted: 22nd, March 2011 | In: Key Posts, Reviews | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Gaddafi Might Laugh: Libya Carved Up By Belgium And Friends

COLONEL Gaddafi, the old gangster, might laugh. This is how his country is being carved up by the great and good. The leaders of countries various held a chat for the Support of the Libyan People at the Elysee Palace in Paris, France.

All the big knobs were there – not least of all Belgian Prime Minister Yves Leterme (he’s the head of a country that in February became the title holder of the longest period any country has gone without a government – longer than Iraq).

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Posted: 19th, March 2011 | In: Politicians | Comments (2) | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Libya And The IRA: Gaddafi’s EU And Sinn Fein Friends Vote Against No-Fly Zone

GADDAFI’S Libya still has some pals in the European Union. The EU press office tell us:

“‘EU governments need to stand ready for a decision in the UN Security Council on further measures, including the possibility of a no-fly zone’,” in compliance with a UN mandate and coordination with the Arab League and the African Union stressed MEPs in a widely-backed resolution (584 in favour, 18 against, 18 abstentions). During the debate, only the GUE/NGL group was against this idea.”

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Posted: 11th, March 2011 | In: Key Posts, Politicians | Comments (2) | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Libya: Gaddafi Will Never Make It The Hague

MUAMMAR GADDAFI says he will die a martyr, in Libya, or Venezuela, or Scotland. He won’t make it to The Hague alive. One court of law for all mankind is a weirdness and cause for concern. But this comment from Luis Moreno-Ocampo, the International Criminal Court’s chief prosecutor, shows how weak his organisation is:

“The decision to do justice in Libya should be taken by the Libyan people. Currently, Libya is not a State Party to the Rome Statute. Therefore, intervention by the ICC on the alleged crimes committed in Libya can occur only if the Libyan authorities accept the jurisdiction of the Court, (through article 12(3) of the Rome Statute). In the absence of such step, the United Nations Security Council can decide to refer the situation to the Court. The Office of the Prosecutor will act only after either decision is taken”.

Posted: 24th, February 2011 | In: Reviews | Comments (2) | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Evidence That British Ministers Traded Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi For Gadaffi’s Oil

libya-dealDID the British Government – those traders in ethical foreign policy – do a deal with Libya that traded mass murderer Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi for oil?

Opposition parties say ministers have “serious questions” to answer after Libyan leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi’s son, Saif, said Megrahi’s release was part of a trade deal.

Remember Saif?

In 2002, Saif Gaddafi, the son of Libyan Leader Colonel Gaddafi, celebrated his victory against The Sunday Telegraph outside the High Court. Gaddafi, then a 29-year-old architect and engineer, was at the High Court to fight 1563706against The Sunday Telegraph in which he was claiming libel damages over an article in 1995 which he says accused him of being a dishonest maverick involved in money laundering.

He won. The British media lost. Now the same Daily Telegraph that questioned Saif’s honesty tells us:

Saif al Islam Gaddafi, Col Gaddafi’s son, made it clear that in all business talks with Britain, the release of al-Megrahi was always ‘on the negotiating table.’ That claim, allied with the new revelation that other ministers have been holding wide-ranging talks, puts Mr Brown in an increasingly difficult position.

Who or what to believe?

AGW sees a press release by the press association. “Not a lot to add… Apart from saying that Mandelson’s “offensive” quote is a cracker.

(He would say that wouldn’t he?…as that other notorious Mandy…Welsh tart Marilyn Rice-Davies…famously said of Lord Astor’s denials during the court case following the Profumo scandal. Not that I would ever associate the openly gay UK Business Minister with a call-girl. That would be completely over the top.

You’d need more than a touch of terminal disease to get out of jail with a free card and a Mediterranean pied a terre after that level of journalistic offence.”)

The news:

PRESSURE is increasing on Gordon Brown to disclose details of trade deals negotiated with Libya.

It comes after it was reported that three ministers had visited the country in 15 months leading up to the release of the Lockerbie bomber.

Lord Jones, then trade minister, travelled to Libya in May last year to speak to business representatives, according to reports.

Former health minister Dawn Primarolo was said to have conducted talks with the Libyan prime minister in November last year, and Bill Rammell, then Foreign Office minister, held discussions with his Libyan counterparts in February 2009.

Home Secretary Alan Johnson also met Libyan health ministers at the World Health Assembly in Geneva last year when he was health secretary, it was reported.

And now the best bit:

Business Secretary Lord Mandelson dismissed the suggestion that the bomber’s case was on the table during talks as “offensive“.

So was it under the table, then?

Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi Dies

Posted: 27th, August 2009 | In: Politicians | Comment (1) | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0