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Gaddafi is dead...
but what's some of the back story. Yes, he was an asshole of a dictator (is there another kind), but he did do some things that would make he appearing in a world court... problematic.. Let vent on that alittle..
#OpCashBack what is it?
Since our last show the world media has reported that longtime Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi had been killed by a fatal gun shot wound to the head while in the custody of his rebel captors. Tonight we want to briefly discuss some of the reasons why NATO forces including the USA made him such a high priority target; and what does his possible death potentially mean for the Libyan people and the world.
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On the night of September 11, 2012, a heavily armed group of between 125 and 150 gunmen attacked the American diplomatic mission at Benghazi, in Libya, killing U.S. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and another diplomat. Several hours later in the early morning of the next day, a second assault targeted a nearby CIA annex in a different compound about one mile away, killing two embassy security personnel. Ten others were injured in the attacks which were strongly condemned by the governments of Libya, the United States, and many other countries throughout the world.
Many Libyans praised the late ambassador and staged public demonstrations against the militias that had formed during the civil war to oppose leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi. The Libyan government also began attempts to disband many of the groups. The United States increased security worldwide at various diplomatic and military facilities and began investigating the attack
Sister Sharon has prophesyed accurately the end of Gaddafi in Prophecy Digest Newsletters. Join Sister Sharon as she shares these prophecies with you and reveals what the death of Gaddafi signals for the rest of the world especially America. There is more to this than what the eye can see!
The murder of Gaddafi and what it means for western imperialism. This means that it is business as usual for western imperialism, the only thing that has significantly change is the western world's ability to slaughter masses of people with its weapons of crass and class destruction.
If Gaddafi was not murdered then Jesus is not Black and Christianity did not originate on the continent we call Africa. If libya is not being conquered for its resoruces and to silence resistance to unfair imperialism its because there is no spoon Neo and the matirx is a figment of your deluded imagination
Reaction was more muted in Miami, where Cuban exiles have had a hard time accepting Mandela's respect for Cuban leader Fidel Castro. Castro's smile as Obama moved to shake his hand on the way to speak at the ceremony was seen by many Cubans as a signal of reconciliation, after more than a half-century of bitter ideological and political differences between the two countries whose shores are separated by only 90 miles.Reuters
Good Morning and welcome to the Seriouside of the TJRS. We will be discussing the following topics this morning:
1st segment: Gaddafi Dead!: Now that Muammar Gaddafi has been killed, what does this mean for Libya and the US?
2nd segment: Occupy Wall Street: The occupy Wall Street protests are spreading accross the US. Will these protests have an affect on how Wall Street conducts its business in the future?
3rd segment: Domestic Violence: Domestic violence continues to be a huge problem in the US. What are the tell tell signs and what should one do if they find themselves in this situation?
Dr. Curtis Doebbler joins Black Talk Radio to discuss the apparent violations of International Law by the Obama Administration and NATO forces. Dr. Curtis F.J. Doebbler is an international human rights lawyer who since 1988 has been representing individuals before international human rights bodies in Africa, Europe, the Americas and before United Nations bodies. He is known for his outspoken opposition to human rights violations by the U.S. government and his support of individuals in countries that have been subject to armed attacks by the United States. He has worked almost two decades in Africa, Asia and the Middle East teaching international human rights law and representing individuals in human rights cases.
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