Gaddafi-obama muslim Brothers
by HellFire
 Gaddafi-obama muslim Brothers
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When has the likes of Gaddafi and his kind ever spoken a kind word about an American, gaddafi's  words “obama President for life”. There are grounds for arguments that gaddafi and his kind still has not spoken a kind word about an American.
Hundreds of years, countless deeds, lives, sacrifices and tradition are being walked on. For those that wail against our past leaders, are we not enjoying life in the country with the most freedom on our planet? 
It is beyond any imbecilic conception to think that some countries can be taken into the fold. They are not instilled with the same values, religion or fundamentals as America. The phrase “we the people” is getting a lot of attention. If that is your basis, then listen to what the people as a whole in the countries that obama is courting are saying. 
How can you take “death to America” as a peaceful gesture? Simply stated anyone that believes that groveling at the feet of these barbarians will result in peace is an idiot. 
Speaking in the Libyan city of Sirt at an event marking the 24th anniversary of an American attack on Libya, he said, “At the time, we were the target of the American cannon, the American navy challenged us in the gulf of Sirt and attacked us all along Libya’s shores. America tested Libya, and the Libyan people resisted the large country, but today, thank God, the difference is great.” 
He said, “Now, ruling America is a black man from our continent, an African from Arab descent, from Muslim descent, and this is something we never imagined – that from Reagan we would get to Barakeh Obama.”
Gaddafi stressed that Obama’s presidency is “a major historical gain” and said, “He is someone I consider a friend. He knows he is a son of Africa. Regardless of his African belonging, he is of Arab Sudanese descent, or of Muslim descent. He is a man whose policy should be supported, and he should be assisted in implementing it in any way possible, since he is now leaning towards peace.”
He continued, “I urge all peoples to give him this chance and to support this policy, because America is a country that, when its policy is bad – harms the world, and when it is good – it helps the world.”
The Libyan leader also expressed hopes that, “the dream that Obama has for a world free of nuclear weapons will come true. This is something that no previous American president has proposed. Obama is a man who opposes wars that previous American presidents were entangled in; he has declared that he will withdraw from Afghanistan and Iraq – something which has never been proposed before.”
Despite the warm sentiments towards the American leader, he stressed, “The Arabs hate America, there is no doubt. There is not an Arab that loves America, and even the leaders who the United States considers allies or friends – hate it. The external love is merely hypocrisy or pragmatism. The reason for this is clear – Palestine.”

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