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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Checkmate for Gadhafi?



Libyan ruler Moammar Gadhafi's current location is unknown. He was apparently heard Saturday urging his people to fight, but he hasn’t been seen since June this year. According to several sources (here and here) Gadhafi's last public appearance was on 12 June 2011, playing chess in Tripoli with the president of the World Chess Federation, Kirsan N. Ilyumzhinov. Two weeks after that, on 27 June 2011 the International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant accusing Gaddafi of crimes against humanity and of ordering attacks on civilians in Libya. Billions of dollars of his assets have been frozen around the world.

Because the Security Council ordered the ICC investigation, all UN member states (which of course includes South Africa) would be obliged to arrest him if he ventures into their territory.

Now it’s common knowledge that all the scumbag chiefs in the ANC government have a tender-loving affection for Gadhafi, and have been maintaining regular contact with him for years. He did after all help the scumbag terrorists fight the ol’ evil apartheid regime, did he not? So, Gadhafi has been missing for almost 3 months, and the ANC government denies any knowledge of his whereabouts. “South African aircraft were sent to Libya only to evacuate embassy staff and not to aid Muammar Gaddafi,” International Relations Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane said on Monday.



What are the conniving ANC Scumbags up to?

When Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane was asked whether South Africa was helping Gaddafi she said: “I am amazed at any insinuation of South Africa aiding anyone… he had not asked for asylum in South Africa and indicated some time ago that he did not intend doing so…we know for sure he will not come here." –
(Source)

With the full knowledge that ANC government are a scheming bunch of liars, with absolutely no moral integrity whatsoever, I’m inclined to believe there’s more truth in the following report in the Telegraph, dated 23 August 2011:

“The sources in Pretoria, which has maintained regular contact with Col Gaddafi, said the South African government was hoping to arrange an exile, possibly to Venezuela, Russia or Cuba, and had a plane on standby in Tunisia (not Libya). That could mean the leader escaping trial at the International Criminal Court, to which neither Cuba nor Russia is a signatory.” -
(Full report here)

In the light of the above and if Gadhafi is still alive, it is likely that the ANC government may have assisted their terrorist-buddy, just for old times sake, by collecting him in Tunisia and dropping him off safely somewhere in Cuba or Russia. My guess is Russia, where he can play some more chess with his friend Kirsan Ilyumzhinov.

If this is the case, then the ANC’s public statements that they did not pick him up in Libya, nor did they bring him back to South Africa, will thus be inaccurate and downright sneaky, but nevertheless truthful.

Who should we believe – the ANC government, or the Telegraph reporters?

Incidentally, Ilyumzhinov has made claims that he was once taken on board an alien spaceship which had come to planet Earth to take samples - and claims to have several witnesses. He is also president of Kalmykia, a small Buddhist region of Russia which lies on the shores of the Caspian Sea, where he, as president of the World Chess Federation, has spent tens of millions of dollars turning the impoverished republic into a mecca for international chess tournaments. -
(see BBC report here)

What are we going to hear next? – Gadhafi abducted by aliens, chessboard and all!

Interesting times we live in... That’s all I can say!




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2 comments :

Macaw said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Aliens? Seriously, no self respecting alien would go near us. They took one look at us (and the ANC and went Eisch - in alien langauge).
It would not surprise me if the col pops up in SA. After all, what are terr buddies therefore

Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

For the record…

This is my official viewpoint on Gadhafi and Libya’s future - (in brief):

He is a typical JACA (Just Another Confused Arab) - a puppet of the elite powers, who have kept him in a position of power for far too long. He has served his purpose by aiding the terrorists of the world, but his time is now up; they need Libya’s oil. They have successfully utilized Libyan rebel-civilians (cheap foot soldiers) to achieve this. There will be more fighting in Libya without Gadhafi’s help. The conflict on both sides will be fuelled by that ancient opponent – the devil himself!

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