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Ref : International Politics After Decades Of Isolation

Salutation friends & expatriates, Let me vent out my utmost abhorrence or to be a bit politically correct an aversion of Qaddafi’s and all of his off springs without being an obnoxious, and I’m certain his cronies will dismiss me as vicious and furious an American agent. My friends Qaddafi’s son is neither the Libyan nor the Arab messiah nor is the crucified Christ and somehow is he risen from the dead to save Libya. He us just as cruel as his crossed breed brothers and sisters, he is cut from the same stock as his lunatic father and even worse. So don’t try to sell me these bills of good where they are totally rotten and useless to say the least. My friends Qaddafi’s only path to redemption to sacrifice himself by committing suicide in the public square for all to see and witness that he is gone and all of nearest and dearest are stood by and watches his fate and eventually theirs as well. I used to be the ultimate optimist, but lately I’m becoming so pessimistic that I will only believe there is change is when Qaddafi and all of his associates are put on huge ship and sail into the Atlantic Ocean and then unleash all of the hungry white sharks on them. Then and only then I will concede that it’s high time to return to Libya and give it a chance. Having said all of that, let me say that Libya is worthy to call on us all to give and build on the hopes and dreams of those who never realized their dreams nor had the opportunity to pursue their god given free well to chase their dreams and live free. Together we can expose the reign of terror in Libya, together we can bring it to the attention of the world the human abuses that are abound and never reported, together we can force the coconscious of the free to think twice about their dealing with such brutal regime and make them aware of their contribution in sustaining such hideous tyranny, together we can tell the stories of those who endured the torture and died in Qaddafis prisons, together we can keep the torch who their lights were turn off in the Libyan dungeons. Just think what we can do together, and remember never to ask for help from an Arab, because they are part of the problem and will never be part of the solution to the Libyan dilemma. Raymond


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