“Gaddafi Killed”, it’s what the media reports today and can be the best news of 2011; but is Gaddafi actually killed? There are unconfirmed reports about his death, but many still are doubtful. If it’s true, it’s really a great news for Libyans and many others in all around the world. It’s really the best news of 2011, and best possible news in these dark and f-u-c-k-ing days. You should live under the tyranny, not in the west or in the democratic countries, and only at that time you can really understand why Gaddafi’s death is the best news of 2011. The savage Gaddafi killed at least 25,000 to 50,000 Libyans in 2011 and ruined Libya for staying in power. The savage Gaddafi was like Khamenei, Bastard Assad, and all other savage tyrants who kill a large number of the people and destroy everything for staying in power. If Gaddafi was killed, it’s really the best news for Iranians, Syrians and all other oppressed nations. But apparently the first footage and photos of Gaddafi’s body can be unreal. “A video shows Gaddafi’s body being dragged through the streets of Sirte. The images that were published earlier seems to be from this video. It was very graphic footage and we cannot confirm that it shows his death or capture”, some experts said. As Iranians say, the coward rat and savage dictator of Libya “is like dog and has seven lives !” There are numerous unconfirmed reports that Gaddafi may have died when his convoy was attacked. NTC officials said that they have captured and killed the savage Gaddafi in the town of Sirte, but it can be like the fake report of Saif Al-Islam’s arrest in September ! A spokesman for the NTC says: “We announce to the world that Gaddafi has been killed at the hands of the revolution. It is a historic moment. It is the end of tyranny and dictatorship. Gaddafi has met his fate.” The media reports: “Gaddafi and his close aides tried to escape and freedom fighters tried to capture them. There was an exchange of fire and reports claim he was killed”. And some say: “There is a mood of tremendous excitement. It is obviously a hugely important day for Libyans and the Libyan revolution”. It’s really true. The death of savage Gaddafi, who ruled Libya for 42 years and ruined it, and killed and tortured hundred thousands, is a very big deal indeed. It’s the best possible news for Libyans, and also for Iranians, Syrians, etc.
The first reports also add Gaddafi had been found hiding in a hole in the ground and had said “Don’t shoot, don’t shoot” to the men who grabbed him. The unconfirmed reports say: “Gaddafi’s vehicles tried to get out of the town, were hit by a Nato airstrike, and Gaddafi and several bodyguards took refuge in a drain, where they were found by NTC fighters. Gaddafi was captured and wounded in both legs at dawn on Thursday. Apparently he had been taken away by an ambulance”. Maybe tomorrow we can have more reliable news about what has happened in Sirte and what has happened to the savage dictator of Libya. Confusion still surrounds the status of Gaddafi and several senior figures of his regime. It is being said that Abu Bakr Yunis, former defence minister is killed during the attack on Gaddafi’s convoy, and Moussa Ibrahim, Gaddafi’s spokesman, is captured, but Saif Al-Islam has fled. Now, some say that apparently Gaddafi’s body has arrived in Misrata and that it would be allowed to film the corpse. “Only after seeing his dead body, you can be sure that the savage dictator is actually killed”, many believed. Maybe tomorrow the real and reliable pictures of his dead body would be published and it becomes the best and happiest news for Libyans, and also for Iranians, Syrians, and other suppressed nations and also all liberal and open-minded people in all around the world. And it will be the worst news for the savage dictators in Iran, Syria, etc, and also for the stupid lefts who supported the savage Gaddafi without any shame. Now many wait for the same fate for Khamenei, all savage Mullahs, Bastard Assad, and all other savage evil forces in the world. Gaddafi’s down fall in 2011, is very important for Iranians, Syrians, and all other nations who have a savage dictator. Gaddafi’s down fall clearly shows that the dictator’s will and decisions for killing everybody and destroying everything for staying in power at any price, is not the determining factor. The people will, their organization, and the international help is the determining factor.