The real reason why Gaddafi got whacked

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by turkeyneck, Oct 21, 2011.

  1. Gold for oil will doom US$.

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  2. Nice find. It always about the money, people, religion and puppet nations don't matter just keep the payments coming in and &^% ever one else,

    Welcome to Planet Misery,


    Still buying gold, diamonds and ivory!
  3. I don't get the grief from "gold for oil" or "Euros for oil" ploys. The oil seller could accept $USD and immediately convert to gold or the currency of his choice...

    Unless (1) US views it as a "slap in the face" and wants to send a message or (2) there is a time-lag between the delivery of oil and payment.. like 90 days or something and the seller doesn't want to take the currency risk until he gets paid.. ??
  4. I'm really tired of RT stories on Libya. They have almost continuously, every single day, since the NATO operations began, tried to smear the campaign with every angle they could find. They probably won't even stop even if there develops a genuine democracy (and everyone is honest that it's not a guarantee).

    The reason why they do it is because RT pushes Russia's foreign policy, just like CNN pushes America's policy for example. And Russia will have no ties to the new regime. Guess what country they ARE near? Syria. You don't hear them say much on that revolution, although you could say by contrast the western media tries to flame every tiny fire.
  5. The real reason he got whacked is that he was sodomizing a camel that belonged to his bodyguard, and he got caught in the act by the camel owner. A clear crime of passion. Not for release in the mainstream media. :)
  6. Eight


    The US doesn't give people like him any way to negotiate their exit. They attack and he has a choice of seeing how long he can hide or die fighting...
  7. The assassination of Muammar Gaddafi via a combination of NATO bombs and US-backed al Qaeda affiliated rebels, serves to sweep away a myriad of, shall we say, uncomfortable circumstances. Perhaps the most damning of those are the intimate links shared between Gaddafi and his “good friend” Tony Blair.

    The former Libyan dictator’s death negates any requirement for a UN International Criminal Court trial, a la Saddam Hussein or Slobodan Milosevic. Thus Blair’s intimate business dealings and multiple secret meetings with Gaddafi during his tenure as British Prime Minister and beyond will be kept away from public scrutiny.
  8. Ghadafi lost control because he could no longer maintain net oil exports which meant he could no longer keep enough people sufficiently paid off and fed.

    Same thing happened in Egypt.

    Situation in both countries is simply a symptom of Peak Oil.
  9. Sarko is facing a tough election next year, that bastard murdered for his own power.
  10. In the end, the uberwealthy realize they are vastly outnumbered.
    #10     Oct 22, 2011