Possible Death of Colonel Gaddafi

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    Sources say African leader and International Freedom Fighter, Colonel Muammar Abu Minyar Al-Gaddafi, was captured and possibly killed in a gun battle in Sirte. The Colonel all along was in his homeland, just as he told the world months earlier he would be. I guess this would mean another boost for Barack Obama (descendent of an African man) who is being used by world imperialist gang, as if they are of the assumption that using the offspring of a man of a developing nation against people of developing nations somehow justify their imperialistic and barbaric acts.

    Sadness notwithstanding, I cannot help but rejoice at the heroic fight the Colonel put up, for months, against Western imperialists who came against the Colonel as though they went against the Star Fleet Enterprise. But again, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was a force to contend with:

    For forty-two (42) years, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi of oil-rich Libya managed to keep Western imperialists noted for plundering the resources of developing nations at bay. The long-sought retirement of Colonel Gaddafi took its peak in March, 2011, when a revolution spurred by the sacrifice of a 27-year-old Tunisian in Tunisia inspired Libyan rebels. The conquest would take another turn when Western imperialists who have always seen Colonel Gaddafi as a force to contend with and hated Colonel Gaddafi even more for informing them months earlier he would repudiate both the dollar and the euro as trading currencies in Africa, seized the opportunity of the civil unrest in Libya and joined Libyan rebels in their struggle to oust Colonel Muammar Gaddafi.

    While Colonel Muammar Gaddafi may have been a national tyrant (and the result of African tradition), the Colonel was however not a dictator: The uninformed simply mistook African tyranny for dictatorship. And though flamboyant and opinionated, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was a perceptive African leader:

    For years, the Colonel managed the affairs of his nation, while refusing to bow to the whims of neo-colonialists. Any African leader who could keep at bay Western imperialists with history of plunder in Africa and disdain for prosperity and independence of Africa is a superb leader! Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was an International FREEDOM FIGHTER!

    Contrary to popular belief, Colonel Muammar Abu Minyar Al-Gaddafi kept Libya away from the reins of noted world imperialists and kept the Central Bank of Libya independent from the IMF, World bank and their affiliates.

    Colonel Muammar Abu Minyar Al-Gaddafi fought a heroic fight and finished his race. The Colonel will forever be in my book as a Great and Perceptive African Leader and International Freedom Fighter.
     
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    Shut the fuck up, the man is dead get over it.
     
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    Uncle Ferd wantin' to know if dat Generalissimo Francisco Franco still dead?...
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    Gadhafi killed, Libya's interim leader says
    Thu October 20, 2011 - Gadhafi's son, Mutassim, and his chief of intelligence, Abdullah al-Senussi, were also killed; Al-Jazeera airs a cell phone video apparently of Moammar Gadhafi's corpse; Reports of Gadhafi's capture, death could not be independently verified; Earlier, National Transitional Council fighters said they had taken control of Sirte
     
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    Possible? The silly fucker is deader than Studebaker.
     
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    He is playing checkers with Saddam in hell.
     
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    I often wonder why the walking dead like you are not allowed to simply take their rest.
     
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    Thank you, Waltky! This thread was posted before the possible death of Colonel Gaddafi was confirmed or even talked about by major news sources.
     
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    JWBooth, I am aware of all the propaganda about Colonel Muammar Gaddafi in Western nations. While I may not have agreed with some of the Colonel's views, facts remain that:

    1). Colonel Gaddafi was attacked by the NATO Gatlin boys because he told them that he would campaign in Africa to repudiate both the dollar and the euro as trading currencies in Africa;

    2). The fierce fighting in Libya in 2011 would never have occurred had UN and NATO - our neighborhood bullies - not "intervened" in Libya;

    3). Colonel Muammar Gaddafi would not kiss behinds of Western imperialists; and

    4). The Colonel managed to keep the Central Bank of Libya independent of the IMF and its allies, thus keeping Libya and developing nations allying with Libya independent.
     
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    It was posted after we'd already had 4 threads about it.

    Twit.
     
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    I'll give you the benefit of the doubt that every thing in your four points is absolutely true.

    Studebaker was a US company that made cars that were better than much of their competition. They went belly up in the early 1960's, but there are a few of the old cars still chugging along.
    At the time I posted...the Colonel had already gone to meet with whatever Deity we all end up answering to, hence his being deader than Studebaker.
     

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