Libya: Manhunt for Gaddafi

August 23, 2011

The battle for Tripoli turned into a manhunt for Gaddafi. “By nightfall, the battle was focused on the wreckage of Gaddafi’s central stronghold, Bab al-Aziziya. The compound has already been nearly flattened by earlier Nato sorties but it is believed to sit atop a network of reinforced tunnels and underground bunkers. Last night, Nato said pro-Gaddafi forces fired at least three Scud missiles from the city of Sirte, Gaddafi’s birthplace. Libyan state television, the vehicle for relentless government propaganda throughout the Gaddafi years, went off the air as rebels seized its transmitters . Government troops kept up resistance in some areas of the city but were pummelled by Nato warplanes. Al-Warfali, whose family home is next to the Gaddafi compound, said there appeared to be only a few tanks belonging to the remaining Gaddafi forces who have not fled or surrendered. “When I climb the stairs and look from the roof, I see nothing at Bab al-Aziziyah. It is totally deserted except for the house which was raided by U.S. in 1986. Nothing else is there. Gaddafi can’t be there,” he said. “NATO has demolished it all and nothing remained.” The head of the opposition National Transitional Council (NTC), Jalil, cautioned journalists at the rebel headquarters in Benghazi: “The real moment of victory is when Gaddafi is captured .” It is a matter for the new authorities in Libya to do what they believe is right with Gaddafi,” Britain PM said, but he added: “First, obviously, they have to find him”. Where is Gaddafi? Now it’s the main question,” the media reported.


The media added: “Gaddafi’s sons, Saif al-Islam, who they said had been captured during the advance into Tripoli, appeared at Tripoli’s Rixos hotel and told supporters that the rebel advance had been broken . But his father’s whereabouts were unknown on Monday night. Gaddafi has not been seen in public for months and his recent addresses to his people have been made using a poor-quality telephone line. A Pentagon spokesman said American officials still believe he was in Libya. “We do not have any information that he has left the country”. The Rixos hotel where foreign journalists are staying also remained under the control of Gadhafi forces, with two trucks loaded with anti-aircraft machine guns and pro-regime fighters and snipers posted behind trees. About 30 journalists remained in the hotel where armed pro-Gadhafi youths kept a close eye on them and did not allow to them to exit the building. Journalists began to worry that food, water and fuel that powers the hotel’s generator were running low. Some of the journalists attempted to walk out of the hotel but were met with hostility by the armed guards, who said they were put there to “protect” them. Journalists said they felt like they were being held hostage ” It’s really shameful that the son of the bitch, Saif al-Islam, is still free, or allowed to be free. ICC had confirmed his arrest, but now they deny it ! Is it a secret deal between Nato and Gaddafi? The new footage of Saif al-Islam around Rixos hotel, when he talked nonsense about the Libyans and the city, can raise doubts about the credibility of ICC, Nato and other western or global organizations. Gaddafi family should sent to hell, very soon. Iranians have an old sayings that is very meaningful: “Tarahom bar Palang tiz Dandan, Setamkari Bovad bar Goosfandan” that means “The mercy on the fierce leopard, is a cruelty to the sheep”


“In a defiant audio broadcast Gaddafi had denounced his enemies who began their uprising against him on 17 February as “rats”. “He’s the rat,” Margani said. “We have not seen him on the TV for more than 4 months. He’s been hiding like a rat underground. We don’t want to hear his name any more. We want him to be judged and to disappear,” Ahmed, 45, said. Another local said he was out collecting spent bullets as souvenirs for his nephew in the US !”, the media reported. As you know, in the past months the internet have been blocked in Tripoli and some other parts of Libya. “But yesterday something very strange was going on with Tripoli residents’ Internet access. Service was restored suddenly in Tripoli, flickered on and off for a couple of hours, and then died. Average people in Tripoli still haven’t much access to the Internet, because DSL services have been largely blocked for the last three to five months , depending on where you live. Early Sunday morning, the Twitterstream suddenly began reporting the Internet had been turned back on. Bandwidth was scarce, but DSL service was back. And then, as suddenly as it had come, Tripoli’s Internet access stopped working again. For a total of perhaps an hour and a half of uptime, spread out in bursts between the hours of 2:00am and 4:30am, the Internet had been functional again. Now the people without Internet access in Libya have a lot of questions,” the media reported. And that’s why the number of pictures about Libya is very limited. The NTC should do something about the internet access for the ordinary people, very soon. It’s very important.


Gaddafi’s fate has made many Iranians and Syrians happy. The ordinary Iranians are very happy and say: “Khamenei, now it’s your turn”. But they add: “Shame on all Iranian bastards who live outside Iran. We have more than 4 million Iranians outside Iran, but the majority of them are bastard and stupid. The stupid Monarchists, Rajavists, Islamist-Reformists, Communist, etc are very stupid and bastard. They are exactly like the Mullahs. They deserve to die in exile . We should get rid of these bastards soon.” They are really right. The Iranian baboons are the main responsible of the current situation in Iran. Yesterday, a young Iranian set himself on fire in central Tehran (Enqelab Sq.). And some stupid bastards tried to discourage Iranians; But Iran, that its mass protests has begun at 2009, is not Tunisia, and Iranians need organization and media, not spark. If the normal Iranian expats care about Iran or freedom and democracy, they should shit on the head of Iranian baboons, and try to create some alternative media and groups for the silent majority in Iran. Anyway, Iranians are happy for Libyans. Iranians and Syrians wish they got rid of their dictators in the near future. The media reported: “Syrian activists say it is Assad’s turn next. But in Syria, Bastard Assad may reasonably conclude he is safe so long as Nato or the global community do not intervene . Syrians took to the streets after Assad made a television address repeating promises of reform. They chanted: “Gaddafi is gone, now it’s your turn Bashar”. But Assad has deployed tanks, artillery and snipers against protesters. “As of today, over 2,200 people have been killed since mass protests began in mid-March, with more than 350 people reportedly killed across Syria since the beginning of Ramadan,” Navi Pillay, the human rights chief, told”


Gaddafi reached the end of the line. And now all the stupid lefts should open their eyes and see how happy are the poor Libyans. The stupid lefts should open their damn eyes and see how happy are the ordinary Libyans. The stupid lefts should be ashamed of themselves, their positions in the past months, and their beloved politicians, some one like Hugo motherf-u-k-c-e-r Chavez who still defends Gaddafi and his regime. The stupid lefts are like the Iranian Baboons, so stupid and so bastard. We can be sure that their stupid positions about Libya and Gaddafi would be repeated in the case of Iran and Syria. The stupid lefts are the enemy of the ordinary people in Iran and Syria, who want to be free and enjoy freedom and democracy. The stupid lefts and their stupid leader, Noam Chomsky, are among the greatest stupid bastards. These stupid bastards are the main enemy of freedom and democracy in the world. They support all tyrants, especially the savage tyrants who are the fake enemy of the West. Shame on them all.

Canada Opposition Leader Died

August 23, 2011

“Jack Layton, a folksy and charismatic political leader who guided his party to become the dominant opposition group in Canada’s Parliament while battling severe health problems, died Monday of cancer. He was 61. Layton hobbled through the campaign earlier this year as he recovered from a broken hip and prostate cancer. Under his upbeat leadership the leftist New Democrats outpolled the Liberals and became the official opposition party for the first time in their 50-year history”, the media reported. Some say: “He and his party could change Canada and its history. He died soon.” The media added: “Only weeks ago, a gaunt Layton shocked Canadians when he held a news conference to announce he was fighting a second bout of cancer . Layton’s cheerful message, his strong performance in the debates, and his popularity in the French-speaking province of Quebec went over well with voters. He once was voted the politician Canadians would most want to have a beer with. He was a native of Montreal, and a photo of him wearing a Montreal Canadiens jersey and pouring a beer during the hockey playoffs went viral in Quebec. Canadians left flowers and cards at the eternal flame on Parliament Hill, where the flag on the peace tower was lowered to half-staff. Anne McGrath, Layton’s chief of staff, said the government will hold a state funeral for Layton in Toronto on Saturday. Layton announced in February 2010 that he had been battling prostate cancer but he continued a crowded schedule while getting treatment. He lost a considerable amount of weight and his voice was very weak when he said last month that his battle with prostate cancer was going well but that recent tests showed he had a new form of cancer . He not did elaborate on what type of cancer was discovered. Interim Liberal Leader Bob Rae said the public Layton and the private Layton were one and the same.”


In a touching letter written Saturday and released hours after his death, Layton called for a Canada that shares its benefits more fairly and asked Canadians to give his party a chance in the years to come . Here are excerpts of his last letter: “Tens of thousands of Canadians have written to me in recent weeks to wish me well. I want to thank each and every one of you. Unfortunately my treatment has not worked out as I hoped. So I am giving this letter to my partner Olivia to share with you in the circumstance in which I cannot continue … To other Canadians who are on journeys to defeat cancer and to live their lives, I say this: please dont be discouraged that my own journey hasnt gone as well as I had hoped. You must not lose your own hope. Treatments and therapies have never been better in the face of this disease. You have every reason to be optimistic, determined, and focused on the future. My only other advice is to cherish every moment with those you love at every stage of your journey, as I have done this summer … To the members of our parliamentary caucus: … It has been my role to ask a great deal from you. And now I am going to do so again. Canadians will be closely watching you in the months to come … To my fellow Quebecers: On May 2nd, you made an historic decision. You decided that the way to replace Canadas Conservative federal government with something better was by working together in partnership with progressive-minded Canadians across the country … To young Canadians: All my life I have worked to make things better. Hope and optimism have defined my political career, and I continue to be hopeful and optimistic about Canada. Young people have been a great source of inspiration for me … Many of you have placed your trust in our party. As my time in political life draws to a close I want to share with you my belief in your power to change this country and this world. There are great challenges before you, from the overwhelming nature of climate change to the unfairness of an economy that excludes so many from our collective wealth, and the changes necessary to build a more inclusive and generous Canada. I believe in you. Your energy, your vision, your passion for justice are exactly what this country needs today. You need to be at the heart of our economy, our political life, and our plans for the present and the future … And finally, to all Canadians: Canada is a great country, one of the hopes of the world. We can be a better one a country of greater equality, justice, and opportunity . We can build a prosperous economy and a society that shares its benefits more fairly. We can look after our seniors. We can offer better futures for our children. We can do our part to save the worlds environment. We can restore our good name in the world. We can do all of these things because we finally have a party system at the national level where there are real choices; where your vote matters; where working for change can actually bring about change . In the months and years to come, New Democrats will put a compelling new alternative to you. My colleagues in our party are an impressive, committed team. Give them a careful hearing; consider the alternatives; and consider that we can be a better, fairer, more equal country by working together. Dont let them tell you it cant be done. My friends, love is better than anger. Hope is better than fear. Optimism is better than despair. So let us be loving, hopeful and optimistic. And well change the world “. Such a great letter; Such a great man. The world needs this kind of politicians. A Canadian blogger wrote: “Good man gone. Jack Layton performed a political miracle as leader of Canadas long-lagging New Democratic Party, but he couldnt beat cancer a second time. Good man gone. Layton came from a political family. He was the son of a former federal Progressive Conservative cabinet minister and the grandson of a prominent provincial politician in Quebec. He had said that although his father was a conservative, he truly cared about those less well off.” Canada lost a good man, a rare good politician.