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The End of Gaddafi

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it seems that everybody sing and laugh after Gaddafi’s era is close to its end. Few days ago, rebels toke Gaddafi’s hometown, Tripoli, by force. But unfortunatelly, Gaddafi was gone. He go underground to save himself. Meanwhile, his supporter still fight back and defend Tripoli. I believe that they will lose Tripoli since rebels and NATO are remain strong. Referring to the fact, Gaddafi then prepare himself from the underground to negotiate with the rebel. This is a way to save himself, to avoid end story like Saddam Husein of Iraq.

Moussa Ibrahim, Muammar Gaddafi‘s spokesman, has reportedly told the Associated Press news agency that the toppled Libyan leader is ready to negotiate with the rebels to form a transitional government.

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August 28, 2011 at 9:36 am

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NATO Will Lose in Libya

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NATO, the modern genocide machine, now on its end story. They may no longer able to afford their ammunition to fight Gaddafi and kill civilian. It is maybe a good news for us.

The heads of the air force and the navy have announced that their services can’t carry on combat for much longer without more kit, and that’s even before Liam Fox’s latest cuts announcement.

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Written by arxx

June 28, 2011 at 7:48 am

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Learn Modern Genocide From NATO

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Do you wanna learn a modern technique of genocide? If you wanna learn it, you have to learn from NATO. In recent Libyan Crisis, NATO have succesfully killed hundreds of civilian. NATO killed them easily by using bomb and air strike. Their attacks are free of resistance because Libyan civilian are not armed civilian. The most important thing, NATO killed them with international legitimacy. They said, they wanna safe civilian from Gadaffi’s brutallity. Actually, they’re not. Gaddaffi called it as “crusader campaign”

Qaddafi also warned the alliance that its more than three-month mission in Libya is a "crusader’s campaign" that could come back to haunt the West.

 

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Written by arxx

June 24, 2011 at 1:32 am

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Support Karzai’s Last Warning for NATO !

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Currently, NATO is a genocide body. For days, NATO have killed hundreds of civilian in Libya. Even worse, for years NATO maybe killed hundreds of civilian in Afghanistan. Recent case occured few days ago when NATO mistakenly killed a group of children and women in Southern Helman Province, Afghanistan. For a long time, there is absent of world leaders criticism. But currently, there is a good news. Afghan’s president, Hamid Karzai, bravely speak up. He gave his last warning for NATO.

Angered by civilian casualties, the Afghan president, Hamid Karzai, has said he will no longer allow Nato air strikes on houses, issuing his strongest statement yet against methods that the military alliance says are key to its war on Taliban insurgents.

I think, everybody should support Karzai’s last warning for genocide coalition body like NATO.

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Written by arxx

May 31, 2011 at 10:50 am

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Will Zuma Succed?

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This week, Jacob Zuma will have a diplomatic visit to Libya. The main purpose is to mediate current conflict between NATO and Gadhafi. According to nwsource:

President Jacob Zuma’s mediation trip to Libya this week will test the relevance of the increasingly discredited African Union as well as an old friendship between South Africa’s governing party and strongman Moammar Gadhafi.

Unofficially, Zuma will talk about exit strategy for Gadhafi. In other words, Zuma will persuade Gadhafi to step down. The Question, will he succeed? So far, Gadhafi is still intransigent and stubborn. I believe, without any changes on Gadhafi’s economic and military power, Zuma’s visit may be failed.

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May 30, 2011 at 8:14 am

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