Conspiracies & The Illuminati / Corporate Corruption / DAMN SHAME / Did You Know?... / Government Lies / Increase The Peace / Media Manipulation / Politics and all that jazz / Serious Shit / Some History (to remind us all) / The Politics of FEAR

Qaddafi Is Dead (but why not bring him to a court instead?…hmm)


I have to go with the images that I’ve seen of a mob that shows Qaddafi bloodied and later not moving (it’s in this clip too).   I’m simply not understanding why he couldn’t be prosecuted if he is indeed guilty of the crimes that NATO claims.  We’re getting conditioned to seeing these people from far away places be assassinated without any “due process” (check out the psychopaths [Hillary] reaction in the clip).  Why allow him to be killed if your evidence is so solid about his abuses and demented behavior?  Since the man is dead (I actually do believe it now unlike that bin Laden bullshit) we’ll never hear his side, will we?  How convenient. 

This is the only “interview” I’ve spotted that sheds some light on why Qaddafi (which absolutely coincides with my research on the subject so far) was killed versus seeing the light of day in a court room.  I’ve got the word interview in quotes because the anchor/reporter has absolutely no reaction to what the guest (Adrian Salbuchi) is saying.  I guess she thinks she’s looking exceptionally good today.  And Adrian is saying an MOUTHFUL too.  His interview comes after the package at the beginning.  Be sure to listen to what Pepe Escobar says towards the end of the clip (soundbite: 8:01) as it should leave no doubt as to why Qaddafi was killed instead of captured alive.  Salbuchi warned the world in this clip when he mentions, “orange alert for Venezuela… and definitely red alert for Syria and Iran”.  It shouldn’t be too hard to figure out what’s coming next because Wesley Clark has already warned us…

13 thoughts on “Qaddafi Is Dead (but why not bring him to a court instead?…hmm)

  1. Do not forget that many of these sociopaths are members of the knight of malta same as bush, guiliani, murdoch, hoover, himmler, gehlen, bolton, carlucci, kennedy, clinton, dulles, haig, hearst, kissinger, luce, north, peron, pinochet, reagan, rockefeller, sinatra, spellman, thysson, tenet, waldheim, (search any of the above names and sheer criminality becomes obvious, war profiteers, heroin profiteers, nazi profiteers, slaughtering people for profit is a game for most of them)
    http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2011/01/19/who_are_the_knights_of_malta_and_what_do_they_want
    http://www.biblebelievers.org.au/kmlst1.htm
    More information about murderers who profit from suffering:
    October 18, 2007-The Secret History of the Impending War with Iran That the White House Doesn’t Want You to Know
    Read more: http://www.esquire.com/features/iranbriefing1107#ixzz1abWqzu4f
    Iranian Terror Plot: Fake, Fake, Fake (But Who Faked It?)
    http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article29373.htm
    Gordon Duff Veterans Today
    http://www.veteranstoday.com/author/gordonduff/
    (how does “our” government always know beforehand that “we” have to go to war”.

  2. Oh wow…

    Yes, sad to say our country has a way of accusing folks of things and somehow legal or illegally killing them. But that’s happen here and elsewhere.

    This is indeed interesting tho.

  3. Hey people!

    NATO never had him. He was killed by Libyans. He was killed by people he had oppressed for generations.

    We got no choice in that. We got no say.

    Which is about time, they made their decision, they carried it out, we need to stop judging people who have suffered for generations.

      • I am awake. No matter how many times I hit the snooze button, I had to wake up eventually. It was so nice sleeping late, Till 9:30AM.

        Now, back to Qaddafi, he was not some gentile and harmless figure head philosopher/inspiring leader, he was a brutal thug responsible for more suffering than you can imagine.

        The absolute arrogance of believing you know more about the condition of the people who risked their lives by rising against their government is unbelievable. They lived under Qaddafi, they rose against him, many of them died, and they killed him. The belief that any claim of evil against our government outweighs their suffering is absurd.

        We are not that important. We are not the ones who have to live with that oppression. Our problems are great, but they are nothing compared to what they endured.

        They earned their freedom with blood, now it’s time to back off and play the supporting character, not the lead. Our government is not the leader there, and it’s best it remain that way.

      • I know this was for Rebecca but Bob…

        Do you realize that Qaddaffi gave equality to all the Libyan women and now that we’ve helped to liberated them, the Al Quada thugs want to revert back to Sharia Law? Women who feel the oppression under it refer to this law as placing them as second rate citizens. Qaddaffi eliminated that… shit… he even had women bodyguards. Our efforts helped throw those women back to the dark ages. I suppose we should bow our heads in gratitude, huh?

        Oh… and did know you about this other explosive matter? NATO hasn’t paid the thugs since June (or some ridiculous amount of time) and the thugs are now threatening to “explode”. They did their dirty deeds for NATO and now (just like the work of the devil) they’ve welched on payment. (I’ll let you google that one) What kind of democracy were we trying to give to them again? Here’s the flag that’s raised under the new “leadership”; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIrshtYKNs4

        I think you need to watch this; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g_IU0d3WVu0 and here’s part two: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_8RSvJdeakg&feature=related

        You see… we like to think we knew how all of this went down. It takes a savvy journalist to be able to find that information. These two links are explosive in my opinion and a real look at the layers it took to destroy a nation through a network of “Commanders in Thuggery”. I simply think you’re way off base, man.

      • Seems I have to reply to Rebecca to respond to your response.

        “Do you realize that Qaddaffi gave equality to all the Libyan women and now that we’ve helped to liberated them, the Al Quada thugs want to revert back to Sharia Law?”

        Ok, Saddam Hussein also gave a lot more freedom to women than most of the rest of the Middle East. Now that’s gone. I know that.

        Both were brutal dictators, that doesn’t change. How do we know that they were brutal? The only reason for the no fly zone was they were killing people. The only reason for the rebellion was they killed peaceful protesters. That is what they are doing in Syria now.

        As to Sharia, don’t get to into that. Sharia is not some firm and incontrovertable teaching. Each Muslim group has it’s own Sharia. Not just Shia and Sunni, but each group in different areas. Sharia is the ultimate situational ethics. A desert is not the same as a jungle and different rules apply.

        Most of the restrictions on women are *NOT* Islamic, they are cultural. Typically Saudi.

        I don’t buy that Al Qaeda has been let loose in Libya. OTOH, Al Qaeda is a name any group can adopt since there is no real central authority, no one to stop them.

        Ok, they could take them to court, but serving the papers for the lawsuit could be difficult.

      • A man is never in a position to debate Sharia law because men are not affected by it! And you keep mentioning the brutal dictator… but again– where’s the source? A fukca can write an unauthorized biography and we take it as truth. Qaddafi wrote a book– how’s about people read his words (and learn how to spell his name)? Where’s the proof? We’ve heard it over and over– but where’s the proof? Even Lockerbie was a fabrication against him and Libya.

        “I don’t buy that Al Qaeda has been let loose in Libya”… that’s simply naive, Bob. You did look at the clip that shows who’s flag has been raised?

        “The only reason for the no fly zone was they were killing people.”, stop it Bob! Did you look at those two clips? The ones that reveal how this whole thing was set off? Until you’ve looked at those I’m swatting your hands because that is conclusive. There simply was no such activities. What this has done though is taken our minds off of China. Distractions at their finest.

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jS_VueERVvw&feature=feedlik some words from Saif (with his handsome self)!

  4. @Dan… all the named, are a rotation of a vicious circle of socio/psychopaths. When I started looking back at the different administrations of the years, we’ve basically been recycling the same candidates (along with whomever they appoint after “election”) with the same message yet nothing has EVER gotten “done” EXCEPT for the increased budget of the Dept. of Defense. In a minute– that’ll be the only place to gain employment because they’re BOOMING!!!

    @Sunny– true that it happens elsewhere but I’m starting to see a serious pattern of the u.s.’s involvement at every turn. I can’t figure out why we wouldn’t point our efforts towards the brutality of the people in The Congo, Darfur and other places where “rebels” have dominated. I’m not finding a whole lot of Libyans that see it the way we’re being told. Since “we’ve” got one down and a few more to go, check out who’s next on the list (plus a little back history that’s been omitted): https://yoy50.wordpress.com/2011/10/11/since-iran-is-next-just-thought-you-should-know/ 🙂

    @Bob… well– I couldn’t disagree with you more. “NATO never had him”… true, they just supplied support to those “rebels”, which by the way, my research is showing to be formally known as a “cell” of the infamous al queda and supported by our very own Special Forces. My research is also yielding that Qaddafi created a system where the citizens actually governed themselves so he actually wasn’t their “leader” but they looked to him. I can appreciate the removal of a tyrannical dictator, but I’m simply not finding the evidence to support that. Even with what happened with Lockerbie seems to be proving that he and that country are innocent of that awful event. I realize his one son, Hannibal, does have a bad reputation and has done some terrible things, but I can’t find anything to support that Qaddafi was what they said he was. If he’s a poor parent, well, he’s not alone (think of the Menendez Bros– wealth without discipline is bound to create monsters) but he really seem to take care of a nation (as far as I could tell) so his kids probably were neglected. Send me some info, links– I do not support tyranny in any form but I became concerned as I researched his life and so far, there’s a void of the claims made against him…

    • @Bob… well– I couldn’t disagree with you more. “NATO never had him”… true, they just supplied support to those “rebels”, which by the way, my research is showing to be formally known as a “cell” of the infamous al queda and supported by our very own Special Forces.

      A “cell” is *NEVER* that large. Nor is there any reason to believe Al Qaeda would lift a finger to help the US in anything.

      My research is also yielding that Qaddafi created a system where the citizens actually governed themselves so he actually wasn’t their “leader” but they looked to him. I can appreciate the removal of a tyrannical dictator, but I’m simply not finding the evidence to support that.

      There is a vast PR operation supporting the various dictators of the world. They have huge sums of money to polish the image of various dictators. Qaddafi had access to that system, and the ‘direct democracy’ image didn’t appear until the Arab Spring uprising started. It was never heard before that.

      If you only recently started researching Qaddafi you ran into the PR blitz. If you have been following Qaddafi for decades you know what a monster he was.

      • Well, please refer me to the information that supports the claims of his brutality. Again… I can find nothing but propaganda that created the villainous Qaddafi image. Saying what he’s done versus lending sources is not persuading me that my research is incorrect.

        The probability for propaganda on either side is plausible (I understand that game better than most) but again… who’s more notorious for the fabrication of threats? Libya or ass-merica? While I didn’t travel to Libya to get a first hand account there were at least three who did… Lizzie Phelan (who received threats) did! https://yoy50.wordpress.com/2011/10/17/do-you-remember-lizzie-phelan-must-see/ And here’s her most recent update: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=sWDo0eUVf-Y

        Additionally… I’m disturbed by what Serbian reporter; Milovan Drecun found. It’s the last clip in this link BUT also, check out the little Libyan girl (the clip before Milovan’s) and what SHE has to say… youtube keeps removing it. https://yoy50.wordpress.com/2011/09/26/more-lies-against-libya-and-qaddaffi/

        I continue to search for Libyans who can confirm in anyway, this mistreatment to no avail. I think you along with the masses are the ones who’ve been duped, unfortunately. Again… I ask the world… why would a brutal dictator invest so much in the lives that he plans to kill, rape and massacre? Aren’t we overlooking the obvious?

        Oh yeah… this is just an FYI… when Qadaffi’s coup took place, it was without violence. Again… just an FYI. Was he a “saint”? I aim to find out.

  5. Nato did provide air support to the rebels, but had no troops in the action. Without troops in the action Nato could do nothing to stop the locals from killing Qaddafi.

    I see nothing to suggest the rebels are affiliated with Al Qaeda. Please note that Al Qaeda has become a much fractured operation, and anyone can claim affiliation, or claim someone else is affiliated with Al Qaeda. It’s not like they post a membership roster.

    Also note, Al Qaeda has it’s source in Saudi Arabia, and it’s funding came from there.

    Where do we get off telling the people of Libya what they should do with Qaddafi? True, it would be best to take him to trial, but in what court? I have no doubt Qaddafi was a dictator, and all dictators need to be overthrown. All dictators are brutal thugs in the long run.

    The Arab Spring is a celebration of freedom, and of the overthrow of dictators. As it keeps going maybe they will yet bring down the terrorists.

    Of course, the most important question is, what should we do about it in any case?

  6. Hi Bob!

    Well, I do agree with you on one account, we had no business being there. And as I continue to research his life, I’m still not finding one thing to suggest that he was a brutal dictator towards Libyans. By my research, it would be absurd for a dictator to invest so much into the lives of the people they rule. “Rebels” are rebelling against: free health & education, no taxes, water that was free to most of the people and the ones who paid, it’s a ridiculous amount of like “1 dollar”! He refused usury so every loan was interest free?! That’s their uprising against their dictator? It doesn’t make since to me (and those are just a few things he accomplished). As far as him supporting terrorism, I can confirm he felt that way at one time but by 2000 he was a new man. Here’s a link from a CFR meeting he attended in 2009 in which he reiterates the dismantling of his Nuclear program in 2003, among other things that is worthy of note; http://www.cfr.org/libya/new-york-meeting-muammar-al-qaddafi-video/p20285

    I’ve read the claims where he “ordered the death of “1,000’s”, mass rapes and supplied his soldiers with Viagra”, but these are opinionated articles, no sources can be found.

    And the “Arab Spring” reference that is currently being made is yielding some interesting views on what this actually means; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ludVEKOWhKw&feature=feedf (the guy does look like a hippy but listen to the content of what he’s saying)

    Regarding the rebels: well, this link should give you a bit of insight on how that game is being played; https://yoy50.wordpress.com/2011/09/26/more-lies-against-libya-and-qaddaffi/. One thing I know about people who do follow the Quran is that they are actually peaceful (extremely) people. The video of them shouting (during Qaddafi’s death); “allah akbar” is an old school tactic to make us think that it is extreme Muslims behind these atrocities. The Pearl beheading was analyzed it was determined back then that this tactic is used when “insiders” are behind these acts. Al Qeada is simply a CIA database of the names of people who’ve worked with or for them in foreign places. Osama’s CIA name was Tim Osman– Al Quada is simply a name we concocted; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-QGhY6oY3O0&feature=related

    Where have we gotten our concepts about this man? Through our media. I’ve been to a few places but not Libya so for years, I trusted what I saw in the news. And here’s a FYI on that too because this is hands down one the most important films about mainstream media there is; https://yoy50.wordpress.com/2011/10/01/the-most-important-film-on-todays-media-by-john-pilger/

    And as dictators go… what’s up with that dude in China or the fvcka in the Congo? Shouldn’t NATO (which includes the u.s., france, the u.k. among about 28 other countries, which by the way, only 6 supported the Libyan invasion) be concerned about them? 😉

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s