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Throughout the four decades in which he has ruled Libya,
Muammar Gaddafi has made sure to bring his Bedouin tent with him everywhere in the world.
The mobile "flying tent" is a replica of the original one set next to the ruins of Bab al-Azizia,
Gaddafi’s headquarters in the south of the capital Tripoli
which was bombed by the U.S. in 1986.

Before the BIG BROTHER UNITED NATIONS barbaric war on Libya began three months ago now - first bomb dropped on Benghazi on March 19, 2011 - I didn't know much about Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, other than what I'd heard over the years - his picture often plastered on headlines screaming "MAD DOG FROM THE EAST" over hideously distorted images of him.

But when the bombing of Libya started I reflected back on having flown over Benghazi four and a half years ago and taking pictures from the window of the airplane.

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Because of those photos - and the very name "Benghazi" sounds like something out of the Arabian Nights - I felt an irresistable draw to learn more about Libya and Gaddafi. I knew, instinctively and intellectually, that if BIG BROTHER said Gaddafi was bad, then Gaddafi must be good.

In the ensuing months of BIG BROTHER'S diabolical war on Libya - involving the country where I live, Canada (which is openly being taken-over by Communist China) dropping millions of dollars worth of bombs on Libya (paid for with money borrowed from foreign banks) - I've learned a great deal about Gaddafi and I was right - he IS good, and that's WHY they're trying to kill him - just like they killed JFK.

The evil UN war against Gaddafi - a civilian holding no political office in Libya since 1977 but nationally honoured as "Brother Leader of the 1969 Revolution" and founding father of the democratic-socialist constitution enshrined in "The Green Book" - began officially on February 17, 2011 with all-encompassing trade-embargo sanctions - including a NO-FLY ZONE - imposed against Libya based on totally-false UN accusations that Gaddafi was "killing his own people" for allegedly "protesting in the streets against him". Canada, following orders from BIG BROTHER UN, pulled workers from Libya and stopped shipment of equipment worth millions of dollars toward the building of the 8th Wonder of the World - Gaddafi's GREAT MAN-MADE RIVER project - which we're now helping bomb under UN-NATO's banner OPERATION UNIFIED PROTECTOR.

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The Orwellian 'mission' of OPERATION UNIFIED PROTECTOR - according to UN Resolution #1973 - is "to protect Libyan civilians by bombing Libya to prevent civilians from being killed by Gaddafi" (note: "prevent" means it hasnt yet happened and in fact it never has happened, and "protect" - to UN - means "kill" because that's what bombs do - they kill). The bombing, as mentioned previously, began on March 19, 2011 as "support" to Jewish-backed non-Libyan agent-provocateur-Islamic-extremist terrorists (what UN refers to as "anti-Gaddafi, pro-democracy 'rebels'") who were rioting in the streets and attacking government military ammunition buildings and were consequently being put down by the Libyan government's security forces - just as they'd likewise be put down in London, or New York, or any other nation on the planet. In Libya, unlike in Egypt, Tunisia, Syria and elsewhere in the so-called "Arab Spring" uprisings, the protestors aren't disenfranchised poverty-stricken people. In Libya the people aren't disenfranchised - they run the government through "people's congresses" - and they aren't poor - they've got the highest standard of living on the continent - as determined by the UN itself in recent reports.

Several times during OPERATION UNIFIED PROTECTOR's ongoing bombing campaign on Libya, Gaddafi has called for a cease-fire so that civilized talks and negotiations can take place. He's hosted world leaders - including the Secretary General of the UN - in his tent in Tripoli.

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The African Union sent a so-called 'peacekeeping' mission to meet Gaddafi on April 10, 2011 and Gaddafi agreed to their proposal for a cease-fire. But the UN - as usual - refused to stop their one-sided bombing.

Last week the international media - the Orwellian Ministry of Truth (Lies) - was matter-of-factly reporting that BIG BROTHER bombs had obliterated the buildings in Gaddafi's residential compound in Tripoli and his tent in the desert on the outskirts of Tripoli.

Pictures taken at the scene June 7, 2011 showed camels wandering around the burnt-out remains of a golf-cart.

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I remember seeing photos of Gaddafi in a golf-cart like that and it heart-wrenchingly symbolizes his humbleness.


A picture of Gaddafi in the golf-cart, holding an umbrella, was taken on February 22, 2011 just a few days after the so-called anti-government 'rebellion' had begun in Benghazi and 'protestors' were making their way to Tripoli.

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Gaddafi drove the golf-cart to the Green Square - where thousands of supporters had gathered - to prove to the people that he hadn't left the country - as had been lyingly reported in the BIG BROTHER-owned Ministry of Truth (Lies) world press.

Gaddafi was seen in the golf-cart again a week later, this time driving to the People's Hall, the Libyan version of parliament - called "Congress of the People" - where he gave a speech on the 34th anniversary of his having stepped down as leader in 1977 wherein he handed the government of Libya to congresses of the people.

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This was March 2, 2011, two weeks before the UN started non-stop bombing of Libya on March 19, 2011 and since which time the Congress of the People - and other non-military government buildings and civilian homes - have been destroyed and thousands of Libyan civilians have been killed and injured.

On March 21, 2011 UN warplanes bombed Gaddafi's residential compound in Tripoli - the same one the USA had bombed 25 years ago, the remnants of which Gaddafi has left standing as a memorial to his fifteen-month-old adopted daughter and the hundred other civilians injured and killed that day.

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Since then, Gaddafi has lived in a tent set up near his bombed-out former home.

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On September 1, 2009 - a year and a half before the UN declared illegal, unjustified war on Libya and commenced assassination attempts on Gaddafi (and three weeks before Gaddafi's historic speech to the UN where, as Chairman of the African Union, he blasted the UN Security Council for approving 65 wars against small nations in the 65 years since the UN was founded in 1945) - Gaddafi hosted dignitaries at the spectacular 40th anniversary celebrations of the "people's revolution".


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Gaddafi - "man of the people" - and his daughter Aisha arrived in a golf-cart for ceremonies held in a massive green tent. Gaddafi's wife Safia was also photographed beside the golf-cart. In an interview Aisha gave last October 2010 - before there was any inkling that the UN would soon be attacking her country - she spoke about the relationship between her children and her father - and how they love to "visit their grandpa's tent and drink the camel's milk".

Six months later - on April 30, 2011 - Aisha's baby daughter was killed by UN bombs - as were two of her nephews and one of her brothers. Gaddafi's wife subsequently gave an interview to CNN on May 27, 2011 decrying the war-crime horror being inflicted on Libyan civilians by UN's bombing of their country.

Gaddafi's love of tents and camels is in his blood - born as he was in a Bedouin tent in the desert near Sirte.

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As a young boy, Muammar tended the family's goats and travelled by camel between grazing grounds and oases. Noticed by his father and other elders as having an exceptionally brilliant mind, Gaddafi was sent away to school - at much sacrifice to the family - and from there he began his lifelong passion for knowledge and his mission to liberate his people from foreign occupation.

One of the first articles I read about Gaddafi and Libya (in my quest to educate myself on the latest BIG BROTHER UN war my country is involved in) was by a journalist who interviewed Gaddafi outside his tent in 2003. It's a compassionate and informative overview of the man, his country and his people and for the benefit of ORWELL TODAY readers I've excerpted it below with photos interjected at pertinent passages. ~ Jackie Jura

Libya's Colonel Muammar el-Qaddafi
by Scott Anderson, New York Times, January 19, 2003

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Wearing a gold robe and matching cap, Muammar el-Qaddafi -- "the Leader", as he is universally referred to in Libya -- paces a well-worn strip of land beside his tent. He stares down at the bare earth as he walks, stopping occasionally to gaze up into the surrounding trees. His is the preoccupied walk of a philosopher thinking deep thoughts, or of an actor memorizing his lines. An aide separates from the small pack of functionaries and bodyguards who have approached and hurries to Qaddafi's side. He clasps Qaddafi's elbow in an oddly collegial way and whispers in his ear. The Leader abruptly turns then, as if taking notice of his visitors for the first time. He is an imposing man, about six feet tall with a still-athletic build, and though his mouth is fixed in a tentative half-smile, there is something wary in his manner. His eyes are hidden behind brown-tinted sunglasses. "Welcome, thank you for coming," he says in English as we shake hands, making it sound as if this was all his idea. His smile broadens, and he places his right hand over his heart, a traditional Arab gesture of friendship and greeting. "Welcome". A white plastic table and three plastic patio chairs have been arranged in the shade of a nearby tree, and we sit there together with his interpreter while the rest of the entourage retreats to a discreet distance. As Qaddafi settles in, a retainer quietly comes forward to hand him a homemade fly whisk, several sprigs of rosemary held together by a crumpled sheet of aluminum foil. Beneath his gold robe, the Leader wears dark socks and ostrich-skin slippers. It has been 33 years since Muammar el-Qaddafi came to power in Libya -- and for nearly as long the West has been trying to write his epitaph.

In the mid-80's, he was Public Enemy No. 1 in the eyes of the American government, "the mad dog of the Middle East" in Ronald Reagan's famous phrase. The financier of an eclectic array of guerrilla groups around the globe, he was also responsible, according to Western intelligence, for many of that era's deadliest terrorist attacks, including, most notoriously, the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, that killed 270. Yet, today, Qaddafi seems intent on putting his checkered past behind him. Now, rather than calling for "armed struggle" against Western imperialism, he has re-established diplomatic and economic ties throughout Europe. Rather than trying to destabilize his Arab neighbors, he wants to create a pan-African confederation modeled along the lines of the European Union. He has even done an about-face with regard to Israel. The man who once called for pushing the "Zionists" into the sea now advocates the forming of one nation where Jews and Palestinians would live together in peace. "It is no longer acceptable or reasonable to say that the Jews should be thrown into the sea," he explains. "Even if you could do it, it's not acceptable. The solution is to join the two -- Israelis and Palestinians -- into one state, because once a state like this is established, then the interests of both sides are fulfilled." He pauses, gives a slight shrug. "They can call it Israetine".

There is also the hint that this new spirit of moderation has carried over into Qaddafi's personal life. Supposedly freed from the daily demands of governance -- he continues only as the nation's spiritual leader, he says, with no official powers -- he is able to indulge in life's simpler pleasures.

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"I have time now for horseback riding", he says. "I've always liked horses. Also, I enjoy hunting sometimes, and I do quite a lot of reading. Also, going on the Internet. I have a Web site".

But certainly the most significant changes have been the overtures Qaddafi has made toward the United States. He was among the first Arab leaders to denounce the Sept. 11 attacks, and he lent tacit approval to the American-led invasion of Afghanistan. To the astonishment of other Arab leaders, he reportedly shared his intelligence files on Al Qaeda with the United States to aid in the hunt for its international operatives. "It is strange," he muses, with an enigmatic smile, "as far as Libya is concerned, that we find ourselves today in one trench fighting one common enemy with America." Just what is going on here? Has the Leader of the Revolution truly turned a new leaf? Or is he merely playing for new advantage in his longstanding campaign against the West? Is Qaddafi one of the Middle East's most astute and visionary thinkers -- as many throughout the developing world believe -- or is he simply an actor declaiming lines he believes his audience wants to hear?

Qaddafi's official residence in Tripoli lies in the innermost ring of the Bab el-Azziziya Barracks in the southern suburbs. Other residences exist for the famously peripatetic Leader in other parts of Libya, but it is here that he normally conducts his business when in Tripoli.


The barracks is virtually a city unto itself, a sprawling warren of walls and fortified bunkers and multistory buildings, and in its alleyways young children -- presumably the offspring of billeted officers -- play soccer and ride bikes. At the heart of the compound, past three rings of checkpoints manned by black-bereted commandos and plainclothes security men, is Qaddafi's inner sanctum, a roughly circular plot of land of some 10 acres girdled by watchtowers and an eight-foot concrete wall. It is a surprisingly modest complex, bordering on the ratty, dominated by a round, dome-shaped building that resembles nothing as much as one of those awkward visitors' centers built in American national parks during the 60's. Off to one corner is Qaddafi's Bedouin tent, a sprawling, low-slung affair, with an RV parked alongside. Upon this humble tableau, the Leader has added a few embellishments.


Eight camels wander about the unkempt grounds, while just outside the tent three oversize birdhouses accommodate a flock of homing pigeons. A few hundred yards away is another curious sight: a three-story building with much of its facade shorn off, dangling ceiling tiles and electrical wires visible through its gaping holes.

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At one time, this was Qaddafi's official residence in Bab el-Azziziya. On the morning of April 15, 1986, however, American warplanes destroyed the building in retaliation for a bombing in Berlin that had been linked to Libyan agents; the attack took the life of Qaddafi's adopted 15-month-old daughter and very nearly killed the Leader himself. Ever since, the ruins have been preserved as a kind of monument to American perfidy -- with the implicit suggestion that Qaddafi, too, has been the victim of terrorism -- and are a favored backdrop for his infrequent media appearances.

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Sitting with Qaddafi is an odd experience. He still possesses enough of the androgynous good looks and theatrical flair from his heyday in the 70's and 80's to make him instantly recognizable. From certain angles, he bears an eerie resemblance to that other aging former bad-boy celebrity, Mick Jagger. Yet there is a kind of studied languor about Qaddafi that, initially, seems quite at odds with his firebrand reputation. As he sat at the table outside his tent, he spoke in a soft whisper, barely above a mumble, and his gestures were noticeably slow and deliberate. Was this an indication of the manic-depressive diagnosis his enemies have long sought to place on him or proof of his mystic, otherworldly aura -- or, for that matter, a bit of role-playing designed to produce that aura? In repose, he tilts his chin up at such an unnatural angle that it invites comparisons to his nation's greatest archvillain, Benito Mussolini. Another sign of his ethereal, off-in-the-clouds ways or, as some suggest, an attempt by a vain man to mask the wrinkles on his 60-year-old neck? And just what's with the hat and fancy dress? Supporting evidence to those rumors that he's gay? But how to reconcile those rumors with others that have him down as a world-class womanizer, the Jack Kennedy of the Sahara, or with the official line that lists him as a doting husband and father to his seven children? But the longer one spends in Qaddafi's company, the more certain clues peek through.

Behind the partial camouflage of his sunglasses and despite the aloof tilt of his head, he keeps intent watch over whoever is before him. As he grows more comfortable in a conversation, his voice takes on timbre and his gestures become more animated, and he will even occasionally indulge in a bit of self-deprecating wit. What emerges is the portrait of an extremely guarded and deliberate man, one who reveals of himself only what he wants to. In fact, this has always been a hallmark of his personality. In the wake of the 1969 junior-officers coup that brought him to power, Qaddafi, then a mere 27-year-old lieutenant in the signal corps, waited for more than a week before publicly announcing himself as its leader.

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And it was subsequently disclosed that this had been no spur-of-the-moment power grab but rather a conspiracy more than a decade in the making, dating all the way back to the day a teenage Qaddafi picked up a copy of the Egyptian President Gamal Nasser's revolutionary treatise "Philosophy of the Revolution" and began planning his own Nasserite revolt with like-minded schoolmates.

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However much this tale, with its curious blend of zeal and caution, has been officially embroidered, it is obviously the way Qaddafi wishes to be viewed: implacable, a careful schemer, a man who likes to keep others in the dark for as long as possible.

"My very first impression of him was that he was extraordinarily intelligent", recalls David Mack, a junior American diplomat in Libya at the time of the 1969 coup and now the vice president of the Middle East Institute in Washington. "He clearly had this very strong charismatic hold over the other junior officers, and he spoke in this high, literary Arabic form that was very unusual among Libyans. But there was also something quite strange about him. He possessed a near-total recall from one meeting to the next, but at the same time he seemed to have a hard time keeping his attention focused. In the middle of meetings, you'd feel him just kind of drift off, and it was very difficult to tell what it meant." One trait that Qaddafi shares with Saddam Hussein of Iraq is reclusiveness -- in a nation of about five million people, it seems few Libyans have ever actually seen the Leader in person -- so I carefully watched the interactions between him and his immediate retinue, the small handful of men who deal with him on a daily basis. In photographs taken of Saddam Hussein's inner circle, his aides appear pale and frozen-smiled, a collection of dead-men-walking awaiting the next purge. Among those around Qaddafi, by contrast, there was an excited air that veered toward the giddy, as if they were in the presence of some A-list celebrity and still couldn't quite believe their good luck.

It would be hard to imagine any nation that has undergone a more radical transformation than Libya has under Qaddafi. As late as the 1950's, it ranked as one of the poorest nations on earth -- and one of the most thoroughly dominated by foreigners. Whatever wealth did exist lay largely in the hands of some 110,000 Italian "settlers," while a pliant, Western-installed king had made the nation home to a profusion of foreign military bases, including Wheelus Field, the biggest American air base outside the United States. Even the exploitation of vast oil deposits in the eastern desert only accelerated Libya's vassal status, with huge tracts of the country going under lease to Western oil companies. For a young Arab nationalist like Qaddafi, the son of a Bedouin shepherd and the first member of his family to attend secondary school, the way forward was clear: revolution. "We couldn't even consider Libya an independent country at that time," he recalled, referring to his fellow conspirators in the 1969 coup. "We felt it was our duty to liberate the country from the foreigners". With broad popular support, Colonel Qaddafi and his Revolutionary Command Council shut down the foreign bases and ordered the Italian settlers from the country; in grisly payback for Mussolini's savage colonial war of the 1920's, in which an estimated quarter of the Libyan population died, they ordered the graves of Italian soldiers dug up and their bodies hauled away. When the foreign oil companies balked at Libyan demands for a greater share of profits, the military junta simply began nationalizing the oil fields. At the same time, Qaddafi set out to propel his country into the 20th century.

Bankrolled by a flood of oil money, schools and clinics and public housing complexes were built in the most remote reaches of the nation, sparking a sweeping social transformation that vastly enhanced the average Libyan's standard of living. In deference to the conservative Muslim clerics who still held great sway, alcohol and Western music were banned, but at the same time, Qaddafi brought about the emancipation of women; today, many urban women in Libya have dispensed with even the minimal Muslim head scarf and, according to Libyan authorities, women compose slightly more than half of all university students....

In the heart of Tripoli lies Green Square, a massive expanse of asphalt illuminated late into the night by powerful floodlights. In the evenings, flower sellers line the curb to offer their wares, and half a dozen photographers -- each with his own brightly-painted ornamental carriage and sad-looking baby gazelle -- patiently await customers. Despite these small touches of life, the overall sensation is of standing in an emptying stadium parking lot.


On one side of Green Square is the old Ottoman citadel, now a very fine archaeological museum, and immediately behind it lies the old medina, a vast labyrinth of alleys and small shops that still retain some of the exoticness of old North Africa. On the wall leading into the medina are two enormous banners, one depicting a map of Africa with Libya outlined in a golden light and the other showing a stern-faced Qaddafi looming sphinxlike over a desert scene. While such personality-cult icons are a common feature of many Arab and African nations, those in Libya are fundamentally different. Rather than merely extolling the virtues or eternal wisdom of the leader, nearly all the Qaddafi icons carry a broader exhortation to the Libyan people, with the Leader's unsmiling visage serving as a kind of visual punctuation to the message. Today, most of these exhortations have to do either with the fabulous benefits that have derived from the Great Man-Made River Project, a colossal water-collection scheme under way in the Libyan desert, or those to come from Qaddafi's newest passion, the creation of the African Union. "Libya goes forward in union with Africa", Qaddafi reminds Libyans from a billboard on the road in from the Tripoli airport.

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The front of the new 20-dinar note carries a group portrait of Qaddafi and some 40 other African leaders, while the back carries a detailed map of the Great Man-Made River Project pipelines. The overall effect is to render Qaddafi not as glorious idol but rather as indefatigable teacher. It is, in fact, this very aspect of Qaddafi's rule that can induce a rather profound sense of disjuncture in the visitor, for there is very little about the Libyan people to indicate a natural fit with either his steely determination or his grand ambitions. Most Libyans tend to be a decidedly relaxed and easygoing bunch, well attuned to the Mediterranean ethos that mandates spending great stretches of time sitting in cafes. They seem to have difficulty recalling that the West in general and the United States in particular are their historical foes; Libyans of all ages readily approach foreigners on the street and are delighted when they happen to stumble upon an American. Despite their easy friendliness, there is an opaqueness -- or perhaps it is just exhaustion -- surrounding most Libyans. Over the past 33 years, they have seen their standard of living soar and then plummet and just now, with the suspension of the U.N. sanctions in 1999, start to creep back up again. They have had to grapple with countless generations of exhorting billboards, only to see those exhortations suddenly change: denunciations of Communism followed by expressions of friendship and solidarity with the Soviet Union; the government of neighboring Egypt as friend, enemy, friend, enemy and now friend again. Not surprisingly, it makes it hard to gauge what Libyans truly feel about their leader.

During the many casual chats I had on the streets of Tripoli, I probed for at least a vague range of opinion on Qaddafi, but the universal response I received was one of admiration, a hint of national pride. "Herodotus wrote that all new ideas come out of the desert," a young computer technician named Ali cheerily declared outside an Internet cafe in Tripoli. "With the Leader, we can see that this is really true". This could, of course, be attributed to conditioning; given the pervasive informant apparatus in Libya, people may have learned to keep their thoughts on Qaddafi to themselves. At the same time, Libya is not North Korea, either in terms of its security apparatus or its isolation. A great many Libyans have traveled and lived abroad. Customers crowd the Internet cafes, and an even greater number have access to satellite television and CNN. "I think you would find that all Libyans like the Leader very much", Ali said when I pressed him on the topic. "Both because we live better than our neighbors and because he has raised our standing in the world. Because of him, all the world knows about Libya." Ali raised some valid points. Despite the deprivations imposed in the 90's by the sanctions, Libya still has one of the highest per-capita incomes in Africa and a far more equitable distribution of that income than most nations, including the United States. As for media exposure, how much ink has Morocco, a country with six times the population, garnered over the past 30 years? This point was touched on by an Italian businessman, speaking on condition of anonymity, who has worked and traveled extensively in Libya over the past 20 years. "Qaddafi has made this place famous", he explained. "I've never met a Libyan who thought he was perfect -- they're quite aware of some of the stupid things he's gotten them involved in -- but I think most have a deep affection for him for the way he has stood up to the West. You can't forget that Libya before was a totally forgotten, beaten-down nation, and he changed that"....

During our conversation outside the Bab el-Azziziya tent, one of the Leader's aides approached with a tray of drinks: Arabic coffees, lemonades and sodas. Qaddafi waited for his guest to be served and then took a glass of plain water, which he didn't touch. Periodically during the interview, he brushed lazily at the air with his homemade fly whisk. A light breeze carried the odor of sheep dung from a nearby scattering -- which was puzzling, for in three visits to Bab el-Azziziya I never saw a sheep. Any suggestion that Qaddafi is, in fact, insane would seem to be discounted simply by his longevity in office. Further doubt was raised by the very careful way he recounted his past, freely acknowledging those murky episodes that are now common knowledge and "forgiven," while gliding away from those that might still cause him trouble....

Qaddafi holds no official position in the Libyan government; Libya is ruled by "the masses"; he can't be expected to know everything that goes on. He also pointed out the elasticity of labels like "terrorism," arguing that he himself was its target in the 1986 American airstrike on Tripoli. It was on this particular topic that Qaddafi came as close to a tirade as at any time that I spent with him.

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"For a superpower like America to elect somebody like Reagan, somebody who would do something like that?" He waved a hand in the direction of his ruined former home. "To kill a girl that was only 1 1/2 as she was asleep in her bed? I mean, for America to choose a president like this, a man who is not stable in his mind, it seems a lack of discipline in choosing who will be president. I don't know of any other society that, because somebody is, let's say, a good boxer, beloved by young people, he would be chosen president. O.K., he's a good boxer, say hello to him, applaud him, but don't make him president of the country. And it's not just me saying this. So many people are frightened by this, they put their hand on their heart because of what might happen in the future." To this glitch in the American political system, the Leader offered a novel solution. "It would be better for America to eliminate the elections and the president and all that," he said. "They should have people's congresses, people's committees, a jamahiriya" -- or "state of the masses," the organ that officially governs Libya -- "in America. This way, the American people would have the power, and if that happened, I'm sure they wouldn't be crazy, that they'd be good people." Given Qaddafi's deadpan manner, it was hard to tell whether he was being serious -- but then, that has always been difficult with the Leader.

After the 1997 Paris car crash that killed Princess Diana and Dodi al-Fayed, for example, Qaddafi charged that they had actually been murdered by British intelligence agents, and he demanded those agents be extradited to Libya to stand trial. Although this item ran in British and American newspapers as new proof of Qaddafi's lunacy, it is far more likely that he was engaging in a rather complicated joke, drawing a parallel to the two Libyan intelligence agents that Great Britain wanted extradited to stand trial for the Lockerbie bombing. Likewise, his suggestion to me that once the Israelis and Palestinians got it together and formed the state of Israetine, they could join the Arab League. "They can take our place," he said with a shrug and a soft chuckle, "because we're leaving." Where Libya is leaving to -- and on this point, too, Qaddafi could become quite expansive -- is the African Union.


The Leader described his new focus on Africa as a logical step of political and economic evolution: the moving out from the epoch of nationalism into that of regional integration. But Qaddafi clearly has more personal motives. He well remembers that it was his African neighbors to the south, rather than his Arab brethren, who came to Libya's aid during the hard days of the U.N. embargo. And after three decades of offering himself up as a pan-Arab leader only to be constantly rebuffed, perhaps he'll have better luck as a pan-African one; in the months before the inaugural African Union meeting in Durban, South Africa, he made a rather naked attempt to wrest the leadership away from President Thabo Mbeki of South Africa. The problem is, his people don't really seem to get it. Separated from black Africa by the vastness of the Sahara, most Libyans regard themselves as Libyan first, then as Arab, then as Mediterranean; being African rarely makes the list. It's something even Qaddafi's most steadfast loyalists have difficulty with. Shortly after delivering a party-line argument for why Libyans wholly embrace their African heritage and future, an Information Ministry official made an offhand slip when describing the mosquitoes that dwell in the central desert. "They're huge," he said, "but they don't carry disease, like in Africa." Among the Tripoli cognoscenti -- or the cynical -- there is a quiet conviction that Qaddafi's pan-African passion, too, will eventually slide away, especially as the effects of the lifting of the U.N. sanctions fully filter through the economy and Libyans re-establish their traditional links across the Mediterranean....

Libya has negotiated a settlement with Britain over the case of Yvonne Fletcher, the policewoman killed during the Libyan Embassy demonstration in 1984, a move that led to resumption of full diplomatic relations between the two nations. Italy and Libya have developed an entire network of economic and cultural ties. No doubt economics is one impetus behind these moves by the Europeans. Oil isn't getting any more plentiful in the world, Libya is sitting on a lot of what's left and so oil-poor Europe has a strong incentive to make nice. There is a deeper issue at work as well.

Perhaps because of their geographical proximity to Libya and the rest of the Arab world, Europeans have come to view Muammar el-Qaddafi as a man who has long waged battle against the danger now facing everyone else: Muslim extremism. As far back as the 70's, he regarded the Muslim Brotherhood, then a nascent fundamentalist movement, as a menace and rooted its members from the country. In 1986, he reportedly closed down 48 Muslim institutions around Libya, charging that they were fronts for extremists; in 2000, he made similar accusations when he unleashed his secret police against opposition figures at the university in Benghazi, killing several and imprisoning dozens more. The fundamentalists have never been particularly fond of Qaddafi, either; by most estimates, they have been responsible for a sizable portion of the many assassination attempts made on him over the years. As a result, it is not just Qaddafi who talks of Libya being in "one trench" with the West in the campaign against fundamentalist terrorism, but many Europeans, too.

"The world has become a very dangerous place," a European diplomat in Tripoli says, "and when you look at Qaddafi today, I think you have to remember that old adage, that the enemy of your enemy is your friend. Unfortunately, the Americans are very slow to think this way." Maybe so. Then again, maybe all those who would urge a new spirit of American rapprochement toward Libya are rather missing the true focus of the debate. As the Bush administration has made increasingly clear, it has a number of other issues to take up with the Libyans even after any settlement on Lockerbie. "Certainly, one enormous concern of ours," the State Department official says, "is their involvement in developing weapons of mass destruction. Beyond that, we also have major concerns about their human rights record." In May 2003, in a landmark speech titled "Beyond the Axis of Evil," Under Secretary of State John R. Bolton expanded the list of American enemies to include Libya, calling it a "rogue state" that is seeking to acquire nuclear weapons, an accusation the Libyans heatedly deny. Over the past six months, C.I.A. analysts have repeatedly suggested that Libya is pursuing the development of biological and chemical weapons. And despite administration acknowledgment that Libya has largely severed its ties to terrorist groups, its "residual contacts" with some of those groups led to its inclusion on the State Department's 2002 list of nations that sponsor terrorism. If all of this is reminiscent of the campaign against Saddam Hussein, it may not be coincidental. "I think Qaddafi has very good reasons to be nervous," says a political analyst who often takes part in policy discussions on Libya at the State Department. "The [USA Bush] administration's attention right now is almost totally focused on Iraq, but after that, Libya is either No. 2 or No. 3 on the list of nations the hard-liners want to go after." The analyst recalls a meeting on Libya he recently attended at the State Department. "The topic turned to the issue of Lockerbie, and the seniormost official in the room said, 'Well, let's hope Qaddafi deals with it while there's still time.' There was no ambiguity in what he meant, but just in case someone didn't get it, he said it twice."

To the analyst, who has spent much of his career studying Libya, what he is now most struck by is Qaddafi's suddenly straitened circumstances. "I'm just not sure that he has that much to offer the United States," the analyst says. "O.K., he's anti-fundamentalist, but so are a lot of other Arab countries, and the primary target of any Libyan fundamentalists who are still around is not the United States but Qaddafi himself. Oil? The U.S. has gotten along quite nicely without Libyan oil for 20 years. Against that, you have this enormous litany of things he has done in the past that the U.S. may just never be in the mood to forgive." Traces of this appraisal are echoed by the State Department official. While refusing to speculate on any future American action against Libya, he allows that Qaddafi faces a daunting task in ever fully mending fences with the United States. "He has a lot of strikes against him. He's made a number of positive steps in recent years, but there's still a tremendous amount that he needs to do." Then again, Qaddafi has seen himself as a marked man since virtually the day he took power, and yet somehow he has managed to survive 33 years of internal intrigue, assassination attempts and radically shifting geopolitical alliances. He has also already outlasted six American presidents, and if he is at all nervous about outlasting this one, it appears tempered by a certain wily confidence.

Sitting outside his tent in Bab el-Azziziya, Qaddafi even felt comfortable enough to cast his own small element of doubt over his long, slow journey toward rehabilitation in the eyes of the world. When I asked how he would like to be remembered, he started with a platitudinous answer: "I would hope that people would feel that I haven't been selfish, that I have even forsaken myself in order to please and to help others. I do hope people would say that." But then Qaddafi stopped and gave a low chuckle. "And I do hope that I have actually been like this in reality."

















watch Gaddafi radio speech to Libyans listen
(millions braved UN bombs to show support)
GreenSquareRally UNBombGaddafi GaddafiHeadscarf GaddafiBanner
(UN bombs killed Gaddafi son & grandchildren)
UN-UK jets bombing Gaddafi hometown loyalists
(bombing Libyans to protect Libyans from Gaddafi)
TerroristStandBomb UNbombGaddafiDesert
Thousands killed battling for Gaddafi's hometown
(UN bombers backing Al-Qaeda terrorist 'rebels')
BritishForcesNews/Telegraph, Sep 3, 2011
Libya Tribes GaddafiTentGold GaddafiTentFlames
& 22.Doublethink & 42.BB Tells 'Why'

Serious water shortage in Libya from UN bombing
(UN now providing imported bottled water)
Harvesting Libya's hidden water with Holland's help
(UN bombs damaged Great Man-Made River water flow)
Oman/Tripoli, Sep 3, 2011

CNN reports: Nanny claims torture at Gaddafi's home
(boiling water poured on head for refusing to beat baby)
CNN, Sep 1, 2011
& 16.MiniTrue(Lies) & 25.Prolefeed

Libya running out of water
(UN agency trucking in bottled water from Tunisia)
(images over soundtrack of Jackie Jura interview)
(people can watch & learn what's going on)
(reader says seeing burnt bodies must be unsettling)
UN war on Libya now water-shortage humanitarian disaster
(no fuel/power to pump Man-Made-River wells/reservoirs)
Gaddafi spokesman offers peace bid to UN-backed rebel-gov't
(UN refuses negotiate/continues bombing/executing Libyans)
UNICEF/AP, Aug 27-28, 2011
WaterReservoir LibyaWaterTap
& Ministry of Plenty (Starvation) & BB Tells Why

watch video GADDAFI'S TRUE LIBYA read scrolling
(from poorest to highest standard of living in world)
(soundtrack Eye of the Tiger - the will to survive)
What I learned about Gaddafi & Libya is the truth
(people wake up/get informed/watch video & be shocked)
53 African Union nations will miss Gaddafi's generosity
(financial/moral support to Africa unrelenting/wholehearted)
(I gave people houses/hospitals/schools/money/democracy...
made Libya into farmland from the desert)
(Orwell 1984: "If you want a picture of the future,
imagine a boot stamping on a human face - forever")
UN/UK bunker-buster bombs blast Gaddafi hometown Sirte
BombGaddafiSirte BombShadow BombCostMap
(cost: bombs $2-million each; jets $75,000/hr)
UN-backed al-Qaeda-rebels execute Libyan civilians
StreamsBlood ExecuteCivilians
(hands behind back/bullets to head/streams of blood)
watch Gaddafi explains UN is illegal/undemocratic
(65 wars in 65 years since UNITED NATIONS was created)
Gaddafi wanted dead or alive - $1.7-million bounty
GaddafiCompoundPlane GaddafiFistStatue GaddafiFistFall GaddafiTentFire
(amnesty/reward to anyone capturing or killing Gaddafi)
Lumumba Bk GaddafiUNwaveJFK Congo Cry
watch Gaddafi tell UN investigate Lumumba/JFK assassination
("we want to know who killed JFK & Lumumba")
UN warplanes continue bombing pro-Gaddafi-gov't people
(dropped 7,500 bombs on Libya in 20,000 flights so far)
UN Bombs Libya
watch Bunker-buster bombs in action
(explode deep underground after penetrating surface)
watch Raw video of Gaddafi son Saif/cheering supporters
(this is our country/the people are with us/we will win)
watch Gaddafi son Saif is safe in Tripoli, not captured
(press conference/victory sign/father safe)
UN-backed anti-Gaddafi al-Qaeda terrorist rebels storm Tripoli
RebelsTruck GaddafiDefaced RebelsGreenSq
(hooligan 'rebels' deface Gaddafi portrait/capture 3 sons)
NATO bombers backing UN-backed anti-Libya al-Qaeda rebels
UN Tripoli War
(air assaults drop 5,000-pound bunker-buster bombs)
Anti-Gaddafi rebels are nothing without UN bombs
(only under cover of UN do cowards have courage)
UN answers criticism over civilian deaths in Libya
(Q: Does bombing civilians overstep your UN mandate?)
(UN: "All bombs we drop on Libya protect civilians")
YouTube/News, Aug 20-27, 2011
Doublethink & MiniPax & Destruction & BB Tells Why

Listen to JACKIE JURA RADIO INTERVIEW talking "1984"
(explaing about Gaddafi building Great Man-Made River)
Patrick Timpone/One Radio Network, Aug 18, 2011
1.Winston's Diary

("eighth wonder of the world")
Libya war seriously hurting Canadian water pipeline company
(equipment worth $11-million can't be delivered)
watch Gaddafi speaks to cheering crowds on TV by phone
("he is a father for all Libyans")
watch ~ Gaddafi - A Libyan Hero ~ listen
(Libyan people aren't brainwashed or mad - they LOVE Gaddafi)
UN-NATO is urging Libyans to kill fellow Libyans
(majority of Libya remains faithful to Gaddafi)
Gaddafi Flag
Captured Libyan officer defiantly defends supreme leader Gaddafi
(Gaddafi is strong/safe/has support of key tribes)
Gaddafi turns tables on UK head Cameron over anti-gov't riots
(say Cameron step down over violence to peaceful protesters)
UN bombs massacre 85 Libyan civilians in farmyard homes
LibyaNatoLogo LibyaNatoLogo LibyaNatoLogo UN Kill Libyans
(UN denies civilian deaths/insists bombs "protect" civilians)
UN-backed terrorist-rebels destroy Libya oil/electricity pipeline
(aim to starve/displace people/cause humanitarian crisis)
Watch Gaddafi son Saif interview at 5th month of UN war
(a media war from day one: lies/rumours/false reports;
why only bomb Libya? cash/oil/very delicious piece of cake)
NP/Telegraph/NYT, Aug 8-11, 2011
Africa Goodbye Map Libya Flyzone Flyover Libya
& 16.MiniTrue & 12.MiniPeace & 22.Doublethink

Massive UN bombs cause death/damage civilian Tripoli
(defiant Gaddafi requests dialogue with Americans)
Watch Gaddafi banner biggest in world/see from space
GaddafiBanner Libya Tribes
Hundreds-thousands rally in Gaddafi hometown Sirte
(people feel safe with leader Gaddafi)
Gaddafi radio broadcasts inspire millions of supporters
(we are in our own home/we will fight to the last drop)
Obomba won't stop bombing Libya unless Gaddafi leaves
(UN says UN-backed anti-Gaddafi 'rebels' are new gov't)
UN drops strange new bombs on residential Tripoli all night
(earthquake/mushroom-cloud/stink/burn skin/headache/panic)
UN Weapons of Mass Destruction are Instruments of Peace
(UN-head says "UN warplanes do not kill, they protect lives")
Watch Millions of Libyan civilians rally supporting Gaddafi
(people love Gaddafi; defiant against foreign intervention)
Gaddafi willing to develop peaceful ties with Europe/UK/USA
(return to your countries/withdraw from Libya air/waters)
UN plans steal Libya $-billions & hand to UN-backed rebels
(UN-military on ground training/arming anti-Gaddafi rebels)
More books about Libya's Muammar Gaddafi
Gaddafi Sandstorm Gaddafi Leader Gaddafi Vision
(Gaddafi a prophet/revolutionary/fighter/visionary leader)
"STOP BOMBING LIBYA & negotiate with Gaddafi"
("bombing isn't working/diplomacy only answer" says France)
"Escape to Hell & Other Stories" by Muammar Qaddafi
(1998 introduction by JFK Press Secretary Pierre Salinger)
GaddafiEscapeIn GaddafiEscapeCvr GaddafiEscapeIn
(totally opposed to communism & Islamic fundamentalism)
WatchSaif: "To tell my father to leave the country is a joke"
(agrees to concessions but UN constantly refuses cease-fire)
Gaddafi made 1981 epic film: Lion of the Desert: Mukhtar
LionDesertDVD LionDesertChpt
(truthful history of Libyan resistance to colonialism)
Watch Gaddafi warns UN stop bombing homes/offices/families
(radio speech to thousands at pro-Gaddafi rally)
Watch Gaddafi son Saif: Libya like McDonalds for UN-NATO
(fast war as fast food; snakes hungry for Libya gas-oil-cash)
Gaddafi daughter Aisha: UN spilling of Libyan blood must end
(father strong; will never leave Libya; a symbol, a guide)
Jul 4-23, 2011
Col Gaddafi 71 LibDinarMokhtar Gaddafi Mokhtar
(BB's lies & barbarities keep human beings in degradation)
6.BB Super-States & 42.BB Tells Why

USA funds Communist China's 90-year propaganda movie
(soundtrack song "Striking Down the Western Powers")
ChinaKissinger ChinaPropagandaUSA
Kissinger: 21st Century will belong to China, not to the West
(behind USA building China's economic/military might)
National Post, Canada/China Day, July 1st, 2011
7.Systems & 35.BB Brotherhood & 5.BB Pyramidal NWO

Diana Will/Harry
(born July 1st, 1961 - 2011)

Baby Orwell & Mother Memorial Orwell Bust
(born Eric Arthur Blair June 25th, 1903 - 2011)

Watch What you don't know about Gaddafi
("one of 20th century's greatest freedom fighters" said Mandela)
Facing the bombs of UN-NATO in the Libya Jamahiriya
(every night thousands gather to support Muammar Gaddafi)
LibyaYouthGaddafi BillboardGaddafi LibyaYouthFlag
UN-NATO vs Gaddafi: What all friends of Africa should know
(France-Britain-USA are the "F-UK-US" Alliance)
Watch UN-NATO bombs kill family of Gaddafi close friend Hamidi
(children/fathers/pregnant mothers/uncles/aunts/grandchildren)
( "bombing civilians protects civilians" )
UN bombs hit hotel/apartment/bus/university/medical factory
(another night of NATO murder/terror/horror killing civilians)
Gaddafi in radio broadcast vows to defeat UN-NATO
(we are in our country determined to stay & defend it)
Listen Gaddafi's speech by phone to Libyan people
Thousands shout WE LOVE GADDAFI in Green Square
(79th day of UN bombing; 10,000+ bombs dropped)
Gaddafi's son Saif says Libya will hold elections
(the people will decide; may the best man win)
Jun 18-20, 2011

Canada spy chief warns of Cold War-level espionage
(foreign gov'ts stealing technology/control strategic sectors)
OilSands Canada CanadaOilWooChina
Canada giving ownership of oil sands to Communist China
(politicians in treason dealing nation's natural resources)
Tiananmen Square legacy: Crush any hint of dissent
(Communist China head Hu kills pro-democracy civilians)
AFP/NP/VanSun, Jun 11, 2011

for truth read Gadaffi The Desert Mystic 1993 biography
GadafiDesertMystic   GadafiDesertMystic2
(transformed Libya from tribal kingdom to modern state)
Contradictions in UN bombing mission to 'protect civilians'
(thousands of Libyan civilians killed/injured/now refugees)
157 bombs obliterate Gaddafi home compound/desert tent
(proof UN targeting Gaddafi for assassination)
Audio Gaddafi vows to never surrender; never leave Libya
(tells gutless UN cowards to go back to their countries)
Gaddafi "will not kneel"
(UN attacks not about civilians/democracy/peace in Libya)
UNBombGaddafi GaddafiExplosionHome GaddfiNotKneel LibyaCongressBombed
UN bombs hit Gaddafi home compound & Libya parliament
(UN-NATO 'fuck' head Fogh Rasmussen 'protecting civilians')
Gaddafi daughter sues UN-NATO over war-crime air strikes
(bombs killed civilian baby daughter/nephews/brother)
UN bombs killed 718 Libyan civilians; wounded 4,067
(UN says bombing civilians protects civilians;
UN refuses Gaddafi's repeated calls for ceasefire)
Directing Libya airstrikes "like playing computer game"
(E-3D spy planes orbit 30,000-feet above battlefield;
"our job is to speed up the kill chain")
UN prepares 'bunker-buster' bombs for Libya assault
(2,000-pound bombs will target Gaddafi)
HelicopterBombs TornadoBomber BombsWarPlanesBunkerBustGraph
Helicopter gunships to join UN war on Libya
(urban-area Hellfire missiles/nose-mounted cannon)
UN jets bombed Gaddafi compound all week
(not known if Gaddafi was home)
Gaddafi's wife Safia lashes out at UN
(bombs killed son; committing war crimes in Libya)
NYT/CNN/BBC/Tel/Guard/GM, May 27-Jun 9, 2011
GaddafiWifeCompound GaddafiWifeSafia Gaddafi&Wife

Baby JFK   JFK Ask Not
May 29, 1917 - 2011
"Here on Earth God's work must truly be our own"

French Jewish writer met terrorist rebels in Libya
(delivered message to Israel premier in Jerusalem)
CIA/MI6/MOSSAD agents lead anti-Gaddafi 'rebellion'
(agents on ground in Libya training/arming 'rebels')
UN war on Libya: "Operation Unified Protector"
(killing civilians & destroying infrastructure)
UN warplanes blast Tripoli in heaviest bombing yet
(3 dead/150 wounded near Gaddafi compound)
Gaddafi's GREEN BOOK Democratic Socialism
(gov't by the people not by parliament/party/class...)
OrwellTypingBooks Gaddafi GreenBook
(not capitalism or communism or corporatism)
Libya Gaddafi Gaddafi Pray
(Libya under attack by biggest military force in history)
Watch Gaddafi TV footage/spokesman Ibrahim press conference
(it's not Obama or UN who decides who leads Libya)
Canada needs more 500-pound "smart" bombs to bomb Libya
(ordering 1,300 laser-guided bombs @ $100,000 each)
(exposed Big Brother UN's evil face to the world)
UN barbarically bombing Libyan people/homes/schools/gov't
(UN killing civilians goes unreported; conspiracy of silence)
Supporters worry about Gaddafi after bombing
(not seen since UN killed son & grandchildren)
Watch Funeral held for Gaddafi's youngest son Aruba
(visible emotion on face of elder brother Saif)
Gaddafi Tapestry GaddafiSonFuneral
UN bombs kill Gaddafi son & 3 grandchildren
(Libyan leader & wife in house but unharmed)
Gaddafi on TV calls for UN ceasefire/negotiations
(UN bombs struck compound while Gaddafi talked)
Aisha Gaddafi Aisha Car
From Gaddafi daughter a glimpse inside the bunker
(tells children bedtime stories about afterlife)
Gaddafi daughter taunts Obama & Hillary Clinton
(achieved nothing/stayed with cheating husband)
Gaddafi safe after bombs hit office library complex
(VIP room where African Union delegation met)
UN targeting Gaddafi for assassination
(3 civilians dead/45 wounded; 15 seriously)
Pakistan demands end to UN-USA drone attacks
(Hellfire missiles killing civilians, not Taliban)
Apr 25-May 24, 2011
Lumumba Bk GaddafiUNwave JFK Congo Cry
BenazirBhuttoCvr Benazir Car
& 42.Big Brother Tells 'Why'

USA-Obama ok's use of Predator drones in Libya
(UN warns civilians to stay away)
PredatorProtocol Predator PredatorBomb
Proper pilotless Predator drone protocol
(raining all kinds of hell from console in basement)
Israel thanks USA for $205-million for missile-dome
(USA gives Israel $3-trillion per year for weapons)
FlagIsraelUSA Obama Passover
USA president Obama hosts sacred Jewish passover
(celebrating god of Israel killing Egyptian first-born)
CNN/GM/AFP/Haaretz, Apr 21-22, 2011
& 22.Doublethink & 11.MiniPlenty(Starvation)

Is UN adventure in Libya simply helping al-Qaeda?
(like what Lenin described as useful idiots)
UN warplanes in 3,000 bombing missions on Libya so far
(helping al-Qaeda terrorists attack Gaddafi gov't)
UN wants to bomb Libya's Man-Made River water system
(say Gaddafi hiding weapons in irrigation tunnels)
Gaddafi son says UN lied saying Libya killed civilians
(same as they lied saying Iraq had WMDs)
Gaddafi PowerPeople Libya Dinar
(gave people houses/hospitals/schools/desert into farmland)
Gaddafi's revolutionary democracy: power to the people
(wealth of Libya spread horizontally, not vertically)
Watch Gaddafi interviewed up close & personal in library
(explaining truth about self, Libya & world issues)
Gaddafi a patron saint to 31 sub-Saharan Africa countries
Watch Canada helped Gaddafi build Libya's Man-Made River
(now helping United Nations bomb it)
Canada company building Libya water pipeline halted
(equipment worth $11-million won't be shipped to Libya)
Gaddafi daughter speaks to crowd from destroyed balcony
(where bombs killed sister/now trying to kill father)
GaddafiTentZuma GaddafiCarWave Gaddafi Daughter
Gaddafi accepts African Union 'peace roadmap'
(calls on UN to cease fire & give peace a chance)
Foreign Islamic-extremist fighters behind 'rebellion' in Libya
(Gaddafi right: rebels are al Qaeda terrorists, not Libyan)
USA criticises China/Russia for violating human rights
(will UN bomb undemocratic China/Russia to protect civilians?)
Canada politicians & media silent about bombing Libya
(role in UN-war not mentioned in election campaign)
Gaddafi spokesman Ibrahim a UK-loving true-believer
(no need for UN airstrikes; a crime against humanity)
UN-controlled Libyan oilfield now shipping oil to China
(UN recognizes non-Libyan terrorist 'rebels' as gov't)
UN bombing creating humanitarian/environmental disaster
UN warplanes targeting Libya's Great Man-Made River
(water source for all humans/animals/crops in Libya)
(equivalent to flow of 200-years of water in the Nile)
LibyaWaterPipe Oilfields Pipelines
UN warplanes bomb major Libyan oilfield & pipeline
(against international law & UN resolution)
Watch spokesman Ibrahim defend Gaddafi as leader
(people scared Libya next Iraq/Somalia/Afghanistan)
Watch Gaddafi's son Saif's interview in Tripoli
(so-called rebels foreign terrorist group, not Libyan)
Watch Muammar Gaddafi's interview in Tripoli
(media reports are a lie 100%)
Gaddafi's daughter Aisha waves green flag for father
(denies false reports of leaving Libya)
Two loud explosions at Gaddafi's Tripoli residence
(UN-NATO planes were seen firing missiles)
UN-USA Hercules gunships blast Libyan ground
Hercules Gunship
(largest airborne gun in world; 10 tons ammunition)
Libya says UN-NATO terrorizing & killing civilians
(global plot wants to put Libya on its knees)
Follow UN's illegal immoral war on Libya: in maps
(day by day airstrikes; ground attacks)
USA Sec'y Defense in Russia while bombing Libya
(blames civilian casualties on Libyan civilians)
Jewish billionaire's fingerprints on Libya bombing
(global organization behind military doctrine R2P)
Clip: Gadaffi's historic 2009 speech slamming UN
(Security Council should be called "terror council")
The Muammar Gaddafi Story
(Libyan leader spanning six decades)
Gadaffi the man behind the Great Man-Made River
(5,000-km water-pipeline from 1,000 desert wells)
Mar 25-Apr 18, 2011
Africa Goodbye Map Libya Flyzone
& MiniPeace & SuperStates & Reality Control

Jackie Jura
~ an independent researcher monitoring local, national and international events ~