Africa Loves Muammar Gaddafi

David Rothscum

Essentially, Gaddafi is fighting the Libyan equivalent of the Ku Klux Klan. Religious fundamentalism? Check. Militancy? Check. Racism? Check. Thus it should come as no surprise that the Western nations are so keen on arming and supporting their beloved rebels. The rebels lynch black workers in Libya:

We left behind our friends from Chad. We left behind their bodies. We had 70 or 80 people from Chad working for our company. They cut them dead with pruning shears and axes, attacking them, saying you’re providing troops for Gaddafi. The Sudanese, the Chadians were massacred. We saw it ourselves.(Link)

Say what you want about Gaddafi, but Gaddafi wants to be a friend of black people. Gaddafi did what few Arab leaders are willing to do, and apologized for the centuries of enslavement of black Africans by Arabs:

“I regret the behavior of the Arabs… They brought African children to North Africa, they made them slaves, they sold them like animals, and they took them as slaves and traded them in a shameful way. I regret and I am ashamed when we remember these practices. I apologize for this,”(Link)

Millions of migrants from across Africa work in Libya in the oil industry, upsetting racists who long back for the days when black Libyans were enslaved by Arab Libyans instead of leading the government of Libya.

Many black men and women respond by declaring themselves to be friends of Gaddafi. Louis Farrakhan has said he still considers Gaddafi to be a friend.(Link) Gaddafi has given a lot of money to the Nation of Islam in the past. Gaddafi funds numerous groups that aim to achieve liberation and emancipation of oppressed people. Mr. Farrakhan is aware of what really runs the United States.(Link) Listen especially at 7:30 as he explains passionately how your children die for lies.

Across Africa, demonstrations have erupted to support Gaddafi.

In Uganda, hundreds of people demonstrated to support Gaddafi in a demonstration organized by the Pan-African Movement.(Link) Thousands of people in Mali showed up to a pro-Gaddafi protest in the capital.(Link) Lots of people in Guinea wanted to join a pro-Gaddafi demonstration, but the government did not allow them to.(Link) Pro-Gaddafi demonstrations were planned in Niger as well, where they were unfortunately banned by the government.(Link)

Pro-Gaddafi speeches are given by Native Americans in the US. (Link) Orthodox Christian Serbians, who were victims of Al-Qaeda terrorists supported by the US and NATO themselves, hold protests to support Gaddafi as well. (Link) Serbian hackers are involved in campaigns on the internet to support Gaddafi.(Link)

Western pseudo-intellectual leftists should take an example from the rest of the world if they indeed reject imperialism as they claim to do. They will never achieve anything as long as they fall in love with any rebel movement supported by the imperial powers when the media tells them that these people desire democracy.

The only democracy they desire is a kind of mob-rule in which black people are treated like second class citizens. Reports of rape of black teenagers, murder on black men and black families being forced out of their houses are coming from every city occupied by the Libyan Ku Klux Klan. Recall that in the year 2000 a racist revolt plagued Libya that led to the deaths on hundreds of black people in Libya at the hands of racist mobs armed with machetes.(Link)

Both NATO and the rebel leader admit that the rebel movement has many people from what can be considered Al Qaeda in its ranks.

The future of the African continent is being written now. Whether the future of Africa will consist of emancipation, dignity and cooperation or neo-colonialism, division and subjugation will depend on whether the Libyan Jamahiriya that has been instrumental in funding national liberation groups around the world and fostering African unity will survive this uprising or not.

I can only pray that other countries will supply the Libyan government with the weapons it needs to shoot down every single foreign jet that dares to enter its airspace in an attempt to bring an end to the Jamahiriya, the liberating spark of the African continent.

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