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Gaddafi warns Africa over unity.
« on: February 01, 2008, 12:48:32 PM »
Gaddafi warns Africa over unity. 
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/7217012.stm
30 January 2008

Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi has threatened to turn his back on Africa if the continent's leaders again reject his proposals for closer unity.
He said Libya would instead look towards Europe and the Arab world.

Col Gaddafi was speaking just ahead of the opening of a summit of African Union leaders in Ethiopia on Thursday.

He also said Libya was prepared to move its African investments, which he said amounted to more than $5bn (£2.5bn), to Arab and Mediterranean states.

The Libyan leader has for a long time advocated the creation of a United States of Africa - with its government including a foreign minister, defence minister and minister of trade.

The AU, which succeeded the Organisation of African Unity in 2002, was conceived by Mr Gaddafi as part of this vision.

New-found friendship

The BBC's Rana Jawad in Tripoli says Col Gaddafi expressed his concerns on the future of Africa at a two-hour news conference at his residence in the Libyan capital.

  The summit will either put an end to stalling on the unification of Africa or prove there is a conspiracy which vetoes African unity

Muammar Gaddafi

He accused the AU of failing to achieve tangible results in unity because of its endless delays in progressing towards forming a government for the continent.

After decades of sanctions and isolation, the Libyan leader seems comfortable with his new-found friendship with the West, our reporter says.

He said Libya would consider more economically strategic alternatives like Europe and the Arab world if his vision was rejected.

"The (summit) will be decisive. It will either put an end to stalling and time wasting on the unification of Africa or prove there is a conspiracy which vetoes African unity," Mr Gaddafi said.

Our correspondent says the Libyan leader failed to name individual countries he blames for the lack of progress.

But he praised the French-speaking African states as well as Nigeria, under its former leader Olusegun Obasanjo, for wanting African unity.

“If you strike at,imprison,or kill us,out of our prisons or graves we will still evoke a spirit that will thwart you,and perhaps,raise a force that will destroy you! We defy you! Do your worst!”-James Connolly 1909


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Offline Al Bundy

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Re: Gaddafi warns Africa over unity.
« Reply #1 on: May 21, 2014, 05:38:29 PM »
I found something interesting on Serbian TV years ago.Look>

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RuCC2GA9RHchttp://

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« Reply #2 on: May 21, 2014, 10:25:36 PM »
 The slant was in, Guaddafi was a ecentric dictator MSM government sponsered rhetoric. Some true, think about what he did for Lybia
 A saint by any means, anti West without a doubt.
What is not acknowleged is he brought Libya out of the dark ages.
Libya Water Man-Made Gaddafi - Orwell Today
www.orwelltoday.com/librivermanmadegaddafi.sht
It supplies 6,500,000 cubic metres of fresh water daily. ... I wouldn't want to be in a Libya that didn't have Gaddafi - and I understand why the Libyan ..... running the factory: "At first, we had to rely on foreign-owned companies to do the work.
Gaddafi's Legacy of Libyan Oil Deals - Oil-price.net
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21/10/2011 - While Libya managed to produce 1.6 million barrels per day under Gaddafi, production.
  Kinda sureal:Agriculture in Libya -
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agriculture_in_Libya  MONEY,CONTROL<POWER..                Give it a name. Who backe the rebs, do ya know.
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Libya's primary agricultural water source remains the Great Manmade River (GMMR) .

This is not generally mentioned by our POLS, the propaganda machine etc.  Tribe warfare was easily instigated, money, weapons etc.
  OK , the elites wern't fond of him nor their sukling..., but the vast majority of cits were.
TRIBES who deisired kingship,were a snap to influence.

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Re: Gaddafi warns Africa over unity.
« Reply #3 on: May 22, 2014, 09:51:58 AM »
I found something interesting on Serbian TV years ago.Look>

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RuCC2GA9RHchttp://

Gaddafi showed the world what a 'monarchical socialism'
can look like … an 'enlightened' monarchy, at least from
an African perspective … and it was spectacularly successful
for the people … with plenty of low hanging billions let over
for the elite to squander on their opulent and depraved lifestyles.

St. Augustine: “The truth is like a lion; you don't have to defend it.
Let it loose; it will defend itself."

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Re: Gaddafi warns Africa over unity.
« Reply #4 on: May 22, 2014, 12:04:21 PM »
Gaddafi showed the world what a 'monarchical socialism'
can look like … an 'enlightened' monarchy, at least from
an African perspective … and it was spectacularly successful
for the people … with plenty of low hanging billions let over
for the elite to squander on their opulent and depraved lifestyles.



Everything is debateable. Is libya better off without this Mut.
                                                                               HIGHLIGHTED-  & Yup, reminds me of some other country.
Yet:Libya under Mr. Gaddafi, was Africa’s most prosperous democracy. Their government was much more responsive to the people than the United States. In fact, Libya has the United States beat on the on the issue of democracy prior to the assassination of Gaddafi. That does not seem possible but the fundamental difference between the United States democratic systems and Libya’s Jamahiriya’s direct democracy is that in Libya, citizens were given the chance to contribute directly to the political decision-making process.

The United States has a very tightly controlled indirect form of democracy. Americans have no say in how the government is run. Americans only get to pretend to elect the “criminals” who are running this country into the ground. In contrast, all Libyans were allowed to voice their views directly, just not in one parliament of only a few hundred elite politicians, but in hundreds of committees attended by tens of thousands of ordinary citizens. Far from being a military dictatorship, Libya, before the murder of Gaddafi, was the most prosperous and democratic nation in Africa.

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Re: Gaddafi warns Africa over unity.
« Reply #5 on: May 22, 2014, 12:13:28 PM »
Everything is debateable. Is libya better off without this Mut. He was an egotistical eccentric, lived like a true privleged, sucked up the bucks...Acted like a loony on MSM.. However the majority of the citizens were doing fine..The water system alone provides evidence of his intent ot care for his people.. He was the a suk straw, but the people got a share.
  A saint, no mucken way, did he care about his country and people, that is the question..
No it is a gang war for power backed by you know who.

                                                                               HIGHLIGHTED-  & Yup, reminds me of some other country.
Yet:Libya under Mr. Gaddafi, was Africa’s most prosperous democracy. Their government was much more responsive to the people than the United States. In fact, Libya has the United States beat on the on the issue of democracy prior to the assassination of Gaddafi. That does not seem possible but the fundamental difference between the United States democratic systems and Libya’s Jamahiriya’s direct democracy is that in Libya, citizens were given the chance to contribute directly to the political decision-making process.

The United States has a very tightly controlled indirect form of democracy. Americans have no say in how the government is run. Americans only get to pretend to elect the “criminals” who are running this country into the ground. In contrast, all Libyans were allowed to voice their views directly, just not in one parliament of only a few hundred elite politicians, but in hundreds of committees attended by tens of thousands of ordinary citizens. Far from being a military dictatorship, Libya, before the murder of Gaddafi, was the most prosperous and democratic nation in Africa.
Cant return to source, but it's there.

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Re: Gaddafi warns Africa over unity.
« Reply #6 on: May 22, 2014, 03:18:26 PM »
Monitor, I made a mess on this post, sorry.