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Gaddafi killed anyone who discovered his mother was Jewish, aide claims

There are 51 comments on the The Times of Israel story from Jul 20, 2012, titled Gaddafi killed anyone who discovered his mother was Jewish, aide claims. In it, The Times of Israel reports that:

Former Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi gestures with a green cane as he takes his seat behind bulletproof glass for a military parade in Green Square, Tripoli, Libya in 2009 Muammar Gaddafi, Libya's deposed leader, ordered his ambassador to Italy killed for revealing that his mother was Jewish, Gaddafi's chief of protocol claimed in an interview.

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reality is always best

Covington, VA

#41 Jul 24, 2012
Ditto Dog wrote:
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That may be but itís entirely beside the point. During the whole of the conflict up to his death Gaddhafi had called on every man and woman to take to their weapons and fight the rebels. He even announced that he himself would fight to the death rather than give himself up. And there are many stories told by rebels about his men actually fighting to their death in the belief that Gaddhafi, when his turn comes, will do the same. These men are heroes regardless of which side they were on. But in the end they were fooled, Gaddhafi had never had the intention of going down fighting.
To Gaddhafi history was important, he was very well informed even educated on the subject and could name all the great people who had shaped history. His biggest wish of course was for himself to also go down in history as one of them, a great, wise and brave leader among great, wise and brave leaders. He was within an inch of getting there, he only had to draw his gold plated pistol, take aim and pull the trigger. History would have taken care of the rest. Instead he blew his chance completely, simply because in reality he was a coward who didnít believe what he preached to his people. And because of that he will be remembered for his blustering, cowardice, resulting abuse, appalling public death at the hands of a bunch of undereducated, over excited retards and his rotting carcass laying for days in a meat storage room, of all places, on public display. I suppose he'll have all of eternity in hell now to figure out were he went wrong.
PLease stop with your terrorist supporting NTC propaganda as it is disgusting to all those who view it.Gadaffi did just what he said he would do and all those educated about Libya know this.Libya was overrun with a terrorist force of arabs from many different countries supported by the american government,nato,israel,qatar etc and if not for the terrorist murderous forces of nato the gadaffi government would still be in Libya as it is well known that it was and still is supported by the vast amount of Libyans.The only way the current puppet government was able to be installed was by bombing the country almost into complete ruin to break the will of the people as every one educated about Libya knows.The fact that anyone would support what was and still is being done in libya shows a person who is very sick in the head and typically those are jews who support such things.
reality is always best

Covington, VA

#42 Jul 24, 2012
Ditto Dog wrote:
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The average monthly income in Turkey is about 750 US dollars so 200 dollars a month for a conscript would be relatively good pay. The desertion rates are certainly no worse than in any other conscript army. In Russia it's far worse in fact.
And yes, they have a big army but remember the country is surrounded by potential trouble. They've been fighting a Kurdish insurgency for the past 30 years, Greece is not at all friendly (I wonder why) Iraq is just next door, the troubled leftovers of the old Soviet Union, Georgia and Russia, are also just over the border and now Syria.
Another paragraph of BS.And now Syria?? Turkey is the main base of the terrorist forces before they are funneled into Syria so again who is the problem here??? Turkey is a puppet of the american government and israel just like qatar,uae,bahrain,saudi arabia etc.It has already been reported that terrorist from the CIA are in turkey training other terrorist before they are sent to Syria and the Libyan terrorist belhaj is also in or near turkey.
arthur

Boondall, Australia

#43 Jul 24, 2012
Ditto Dog wrote:
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The average monthly income in Turkey is about 750 US dollars so 200 dollars a month for a conscript would be relatively good pay. The desertion rates are certainly no worse than in any other conscript army. In Russia it's far worse in fact.
And yes, they have a big army but remember the country is surrounded by potential trouble. They've been fighting a Kurdish insurgency for the past 30 years, Greece is not at all friendly (I wonder why) Iraq is just next door, the troubled leftovers of the old Soviet Union, Georgia and Russia, are also just over the border and now Syria.
The Greeks are silly.They continue to believe turkey is about to invade them when there is very little chance of this.The krauts,yanks and whoever else can get in on this weapons selling scam do so.You will note that the Greek defense budget has remained virtually intact while the other departments such as health have been slashed.My friend just came back to oz after doing his nat service.6 weeks of very basic training where he got to shoot exactly 20 bullets in this time.This guy has bung knees from afl footy and only did this to be able to travel back and forth from oz.He is probably on the books as a special forces fighter!lol.
arthur

Boondall, Australia

#44 Jul 24, 2012
This is the turk army he did the training for.

Since: Jul 11

Berlin, Germany

#45 Jul 25, 2012
arthur wrote:
This is the turk army he did the training for.
Glad you added that bit otherwise Iíd have started wondering about the condition of the oz army. LOL!

Yep, Greece is acting stupid. They invest huge amounts in defence as if they really had a chance against Turkey in a serious confrontation. 11 Million Greeks against 80 million Turks. LOL! And theyíre not planning anytime soon in reducing their defence budget even in the face of bankruptcy. And itís true, itís not as if there is any danger of conflict between Turkey and Greece. But then again, Greece very often acts irrationally. Just look how they're treating the EU countries that have been bailing them out for the last three years.

Turkey doesnít need a highly trained professional army. They just need lots of cannon fodder. Any potential aggressor on their borders is anyway just as badly trained. Regionally Turkey is a big military power to be reckoned with. But within NATO itís only small.

On one of my cycle trips approaching the Turkish border I actually came across a bunch of young Turkish deserters who had just crossed into Greece. It was a very hot day and the guys were thirsty and exhausted. They stopped me and asked if I had any water and wanted to know which direction it was to Athens. Athens! On foot! About 400 Ks away! Through all that dry hot countryside. I gave them most of my water, pointed down the road direction Athens and bade them well. I just hope they made it without too many difficulties.
reality is always best

Covington, VA

#46 Jul 25, 2012
Ditto Dog wrote:
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Glad you added that bit otherwise Iíd have started wondering about the condition of the oz army. LOL!
Yep, Greece is acting stupid. They invest huge amounts in defence as if they really had a chance against Turkey in a serious confrontation. 11 Million Greeks against 80 million Turks. LOL! And theyíre not planning anytime soon in reducing their defence budget even in the face of bankruptcy. And itís true, itís not as if there is any danger of conflict between Turkey and Greece. But then again, Greece very often acts irrationally. Just look how they're treating the EU countries that have been bailing them out for the last three years.
Turkey doesnít need a highly trained professional army. They just need lots of cannon fodder. Any potential aggressor on their borders is anyway just as badly trained. Regionally Turkey is a big military power to be reckoned with. But within NATO itís only small.
On one of my cycle trips approaching the Turkish border I actually came across a bunch of young Turkish deserters who had just crossed into Greece. It was a very hot day and the guys were thirsty and exhausted. They stopped me and asked if I had any water and wanted to know which direction it was to Athens. Athens! On foot! About 400 Ks away! Through all that dry hot countryside. I gave them most of my water, pointed down the road direction Athens and bade them well. I just hope they made it without too many difficulties.
Turkey is nothing but a pathetic puppet of the american government and israel and it is also a terrorist supporter as that is where the majority of terrorist in Syria are coming in from and the world knows this.The citizens of Turkey must unite and overthrow their puppet government and restore the control of the country to the citizens.
arthur

Brisbane, Australia

#47 Jul 26, 2012
Ditto Dog wrote:
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Glad you added that bit otherwise Iíd have started wondering about the condition of the oz army. LOL!
Yep, Greece is acting stupid. They invest huge amounts in defence as if they really had a chance against Turkey in a serious confrontation. 11 Million Greeks against 80 million Turks. LOL! And theyíre not planning anytime soon in reducing their defence budget even in the face of bankruptcy. And itís true, itís not as if there is any danger of conflict between Turkey and Greece. But then again, Greece very often acts irrationally. Just look how they're treating the EU countries that have been bailing them out for the last three years.
Turkey doesnít need a highly trained professional army. They just need lots of cannon fodder. Any potential aggressor on their borders is anyway just as badly trained. Regionally Turkey is a big military power to be reckoned with. But within NATO itís only small.
On one of my cycle trips approaching the Turkish border I actually came across a bunch of young Turkish deserters who had just crossed into Greece. It was a very hot day and the guys were thirsty and exhausted. They stopped me and asked if I had any water and wanted to know which direction it was to Athens. Athens! On foot! About 400 Ks away! Through all that dry hot countryside. I gave them most of my water, pointed down the road direction Athens and bade them well. I just hope they made it without too many difficulties.
The oz military budget is being poorly funded by the current gov.Oz experts think it will take 2 decades to recover,but we need to be able to pay for it.Not just rack up debt and end up like Greece and France and Spain and US.

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Berlin, Germany

#48 Jul 27, 2012
arthur wrote:
<quoted text>The oz military budget is being poorly funded by the current gov.Oz experts think it will take 2 decades to recover,but we need to be able to pay for it.Not just rack up debt and end up like Greece and France and Spain and US.
The US is one of the only two countries I can think of that has bankrupted itself entirely on it's massive defence budget. They could half their defence budget and still have the most powerful army in history. It's just doesn't make any sense. They spend so much money on such an inflated army that every mini war such as Iraq or Afghanistan, gets them worried that the costs of it could break them entirely.

The only other country that got that far was the Soviet Union and look what happened to them.
never say never

Berlin, Germany

#49 Jul 27, 2012
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
I said massive air strikes against those RATS in the border area.
They've started!
arthur

Australia

#50 Jul 27, 2012
Ditto Dog wrote:
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The US is one of the only two countries I can think of that has bankrupted itself entirely on it's massive defence budget. They could half their defence budget and still have the most powerful army in history. It's just doesn't make any sense. They spend so much money on such an inflated army that every mini war such as Iraq or Afghanistan, gets them worried that the costs of it could break them entirely.
The only other country that got that far was the Soviet Union and look what happened to them.
I agree.
arthur

Australia

#51 Jul 27, 2012
never say never wrote:
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They've started!
Where?

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