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Colonel Muammar Gaddafi’s Shameful Death: A Red Card To The World‘s Remaining And Emerging Dictators-Says Nigeria’s Intersociety


Colonel Muammar Gaddafi’s Shameful Death: A Red Card To The World‘s Remaining And Emerging Dictators-Says Nigeria’s Intersociety

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*Gaddafi’s Shameful Death: A Red Card To Remaining & Emerging Dictators Says Nigeria’s Intersociety

By Intersociety

(Onitsha Nigeria, 21ST October 2011)-The Leadership of International Society for Civil Liberties and the Rule of Law-Intersociety welcomes the news of the end of the disastrous era of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi in the People’s Republic of Libya, though, we preferred him being captured alive so as to face trials over his regime’s sundry grievous rights violations including mass murder, covert and overt sponsorship of international terrorism and internal political insurrections. The journey to Colonel Gaddafi’s disastrous fall remotely started in the Tunisian city of Bouzid on 17th December 2010, where the 26-year old Mohammed Bouazizi, a street vendor, set himself on fire, over his frustration as per former President Azedine Ben-Ali’s failed leadership and dictatorship. The former President, who ruled his country dictatorially since 1987(23 years), later fled the country on 14th January 2011 as a result of the raging “Jasmine Revolution”.

The “Jasmine Revolution” later spread like a wild fire to Egypt, Algeria, Yemen, Jordan, Oman, Bahrain, Syria and Libya and swept away the dictatorial regime of former President Hussein Mubarak of Egypt, who ruled Egypt since 1981(30 years). The immediate cause of the Libyan revolution started in Benghazi in February 2011, leading to the formation of the Transitional Ruling Council by the opposition forces or armed opposition groups. The Late Colonel Muammar Gaddafi ruled Libya for 42 years and 21 days, having come to power through his “Arab Islamic Jamahiriya Socialist Revolution” in September 1969, otherwise called the “September Revolution”.

The Gaddafi Revolution was very disastrous to humanity by any standard. His ascendance to the Libyan political throne marked a turning point in the international peace and security. He was instrumental to the formation of the leftist and radical Organization of Islamic Conference formed in the late 70s to humiliate and extinguish the 21-member Arab League, formed in March 1945, because of the latter’s reconciliatory approach towards Arab-Israeli age-long conflicts, especially that between Israel and Palestinian Liberation Organization. In November 1978, Colonel Gaddafi spearheaded the setting up of a 3.5Billion US Dollars fund under the aegis of the Arab League for the destruction of the State of Israel. Within the same period, he personally voted 3Billion US Dollars for the propagation of fundamentalist Islamism and overthrowing of the “Western puppet governments” especially in the Middle East and Africa by the Islamic radical elements .This partly led to the emergence of Ruhollah Ayatollah Khomeini in Iran in 1979, Mohammed Zia Ul-Haq in Pakistan in 1977, Omar Hassan el-Bashir in Sudan in 1989, Mullah Mohammed Omar in Afghanistan in the late 1980s, etc.

He recruited, trained, funded and exported thousands of mercenaries to Spain, Northern Ireland, former Yugoslavia, Americas, etc, in furtherance of his anti-west crusade etc. In 1997, he donated a whopping sum of 1Billion US Dollars to the leadership of the Nation of Islam in the USA for the “advancement of Islam in USA”. In Africa, he was believed to be the brain behind the civil wars, insurrections and military take-overs in Chad(1990),Burkina Faso(1987), Gambia(1994), Liberia, Sierra Leone, Ivory Coast, to name but few. He was also accused of being the main mastermind in the bombing of Pan American Airlines over Niger and Canada in 1988 and 1989 respectively, which killed over 400 passengers, though he was exonerated over that of Niger for want of concrete evidence. He spearheaded to its logical conclusion the open campaign for the death of the Late President Anwar El- Sadat of Egypt because of the latter’s favourable disposition towards the Camp David Accord of 1979, between Israel and Egypt. Even in the attempts made on the life of former President Hussein Mubarak of Egypt in 1995 during the OAU (AU) Summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Colonel Gaddafi was suspected of being involved.

Colonel Gaddafi’s capture and not his death would have gladdened our heart, because his international trials would have been an eye opener to the 6Billion-plus global population over his innumerable crimes against humanity. Colonel Gaddafi’s atrocious era quickly reminds us of the inglorious epoch of the Late “Comrade” Pol Pot of the “People’s Republic of Kampuchea( Cambodia), whose bloody rule of 1975 to 1979 led to the death of more than three million lives. Through his infamous “profound socio-economic changes”, the country’s economy and cultural institutes were destroyed. The prevailing Buddhist religion was banned and the clergy massacred with utter impunity.

The shameful death of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi and other members of his household means express issuance of red cards to the world’s remaining and emerging dictators to quit their long held political powers before it becomes too late. In Africa, many dictators still dot the Continent’s political enclaves. Some of these dictators are: Jose Edwardo Dos Santos, Angola (1979)-32 years; Obiang Nguema Mbasago, Equatorial Guinea (1979)-32 years; Robert Gabriel Mugabe, Zimbabwe (1980)-31 years; Paul Biya, Cameroon( 1982)-29 years; Denis Sassou Ngueso, Congo Libreville ( first came in 1979, left in 1992 and returned in 1997)-27 years; Yoweri Musevi, Uganda(1986)-25 years; Blaise Compore, Burkina Faso(1987)-24 years; Omar Hassan el-Bashir, Sudan(1989)-22 years; Idris Derby, Chad(1990)-21 years; Meles Zenawi, Ethiopia(1991)-20 years; Issaias Afwerki, Eritrea(1993)-18 years; and Yahya Jammeh, Gambia(1994)-17 years.

The leaders of Djibouti, Rwanda, Senegal, Algeria, Congo DRC, Kenya, Morocco, Swaziland and Lesotho are emerging African dictators, having stayed in power for over ten years or transformed into absolute monarchies. Internationally, the Castro political hegemony in Cuba remains the world’s longest serving political power having come to power in 1959-52 years. Others are: (absolute) King Haji Hassan al-Borkiah Muizzadin Waddaulah, Brunei (1968)-43 years; (absolute)King Qaboos bin Said Al-Said, Oman(1970)-41 years; Mr. Ali Abdullah Salih, Yemen(1978)-33 years; Islam Karimov, Uzbekistan(1990)-21 years; Nursaltan Nazarbaev, Kazakhstan(1990)-21 years; Emomali Rahman, Tajikistan(1994)-17 years; Alexsandr Lukashenko, Belarus( 1994)-17 years; Kim Jong-iL, North Korea(1994)-17 years. The leaders of Jordan, Syria, Azerbaijan, Bahrain and Venezuela are also emerging dictators in their countries having stayed in power for over ten years or transformed into absolute monarchies. The post Gaddafi Libya must be credibly democratic and respecter of the people’s rights and fundamental freedoms. The ICC and relevant UN bodies must also not rest on their oars until the killers of the thousands of the Libya’s innocent citizens are brought to justice to account for their heinous misdeeds or crimes against humanity.


Emeka Umeagbalasi, Chairman, BOT

Emeka Umeagbalasi

Photo Above: Emeka Umeagbalasi, Chairman, Board of Trustees, Intersociety, 41, Miss Elems Street, Fegge, Onitsha, Anambra State, Nigeria.

Gaddafi's bloody dead body on display

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Comment from: Josiah David Apiki [Visitor]
Josiah David ApikiNemesis has caught out up with Muammer Gaddfi.
God is in a better possession to judge him.
everybody has his or her cobweb so God know better.
10/22/11 @ 09:05
Comment from: chief Ifeanyi Adije [Visitor] Email
chief Ifeanyi AdijeWell I loved the killing of Gaddafi he is a stupid person very greedy and stubon I hate him by chief nwaezemilli Adije mbaise
10/22/11 @ 10:24
Comment from: chief Ifeanyi Adije [Visitor] Email
chief Ifeanyi AdijeTo me owele Rochas okolocha is better than chief Ikedi ohakim he is doing what we are seeing every day
10/22/11 @ 10:31
Comment from: Muhammad kanawa [Visitor]
Muhammad kanawaThose who are happy that gardafi is dead should remenber that every soul most tested dead and nobody knows how he/she where or how will die.if people of libya cried of gardafi what about we in nigeria which almost 85% of ctz are not getting three sq meal a day.oh gardafi,he die in his own country for the sake of his people whose did not now or forget the evils of yahodu (jew) &nasara of the westhern world. Gardafi may his soul rest in perfect peace ameen.
10/22/11 @ 12:28
Comment from: Mr. Omeonu Oganiru [Visitor] Email
Mr. Omeonu OganiruI doubt if the world has anything to celebrate over Gaddafi's death.What freedom salvages souls to plunge them into slavery?Reminant Libyians are yet to see the dangers of revolt.Maybe they forgot that nobody is free from forces and he who pays the piper detects/dictates the tune.I pity Libya because another phase of evil leadership begins soon.It is no fun to rob Peter to pay Paul.
10/22/11 @ 17:35
Comment from: Azuma [Visitor]
Azuma"There is no true reformation except the reformers are ready to be reforemed".Gaddafi is gone but the concept of power remains.Our Presidents should have more regard to the common man than the high class. The more they climb the ladder of class, the more insecure they are and the more they find it difficult to leave power.
"Thomas Sankara is my role model for African leaders"
10/23/11 @ 02:30
Comment from: edwin c [Visitor]
edwin cthe death of gadaffi would make more sense if other dictators like him will learn a lesson from it and step down peacefully. the big question is: what happens to other dictators who refuse to back down?
10/23/11 @ 05:54
Comment from: el siraj [Visitor]
el sirajImagine a slave in his own country nigeria porknosin into the affairs of a country that is so sufficient. A war-turned libya is better than a stable Nigeria. You are happy over Ghaddafi's death,watch out for ur own tragic end. Toothless bulldog and sychophantic stooge,ask thousands of ur Ibo brothers livin in Libya if u ve not been opportuned to ask about how they re ferrin there before u make such altrucious comment about a great leader that jst fell into a conspiratorial plot of western imperialist. Ignoramous!!!
10/23/11 @ 07:11
Comment from: O. A. U. OGEDENGBE, ESQ. [Visitor] Email
10/23/11 @ 14:10
Comment from: L'Afrique [Visitor]
L'AfriqueOnly recruits of NATO, the brain-dead and lowlifes in Libya and Africa would rejoice at the demise and humiliation of Colonel Muammar Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi by NATO and its allies. Like other unsung African champions, the Colonel was assassinated on directives of NATO for daring to portray Africa as independent, prosperous and progressive.

While the life of Colonel Muammar Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi was full of puzzlement, the Colonel was nonetheless a perceptive African leader and a champion in the fight for the freedom of nations to be. For years, Colonel Gaddafi managed the affairs of his Libya, kept the Central Bank of Libya independent of world financial institutions, and all while keeping noted imperialists at bay.

Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was not assaulted and assassinated by NATO because of his governing style or because NATO members cared for the civil rights of Libyans, but because the Colonel would not kiss behinds, the Colonel managed to keep his Libya independent and the Colonel sought the well-being of Africa by informing Western imperialists, months before 2011 absurd assault by NATO, that he would campaign in Africa to repudiate both the dollar and the euro as trading currencies in Africa.

Colonel Muammar Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi was a thousand times human than the UN, NATO and all members of the AU who signed his death warrant combined. Colonel Muammar Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi, was a Great and Perceptive African Leader, and an International Freedom Fighter!

Any leader, and more so an African leader, who could put a leash, for years, on our noted imperialists with a history of plundering from developing nations is a Superb leader and forever a friend of L'Afrique!

The Colonel fought a heroic fight and finished his course. The Colonel sleeps.

Full text of L’Afrique’s Tribute to Colonel Muammar Gaddafi can be found at http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/9054131/tribute_to_colonel_muammar_gaddafi.html?cat=37

See fashion Colonel Gaddafi with his Judases - http://www.vanityfair.com/politics/features/2009/08/qaddafi-slideshow200908#slide=1

10/23/11 @ 22:36
Comment from: ukonu [Visitor]
ukonuIf only Gadaffi has listened to the advice of his African brothers and sisters who told him to negotiate to handover power to his people what has happened to him would not have happened. I knew the efforts Jacob Zuma put in and Nelson Mandela personal telephone calls to him to negotiate with his people and leave power but he never listened. Personal phone calls by President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela advising hime to negotiate to leave power were rebuffed and the latest were that of the presidents of Zimbabwe and Niger who even offered him sanctuary where he would have lived out his years in peace but he refused as a result of pride, arrogance and greed for the love power and the fallouts. Pride goes before a fall. A fly that does not listen is usually buried along with the corpse. He was not a wise man therefore nobody should be too sorry for him. He saw the handwriting but he never believed it.

The sycophants around him kept feeding him with false information and what he wanted to hear that his people love him when that was not true. When you are sorrouned by enemies you always watch your back. The western world Britain, America, France and Isreal in particular saw an opportunity and they exploited it. When you are eating with the devil you must always use a very long spoon so that on an attempt to catch you he will catch the spoon then your escape. Gadaffi let loose his guard and cozied up with his western enemies hence his demise.

Comparatively, no African leader dead or alive can achieve what Gadaffi achieved in his country in development parlance. He was the champion of the oppressed, a nightmare to the west and a torn in the flesh of Isreal for oppressing Palestinians.

Unemployment figure in Libya was lowest in the whole Africa, there was no shortage of electricity, fuel, food and security during his tenure in Libya.

A proverb says that it is only when a woman is married twice that she can tell you which husband is better. The west does not dig any whole that has no rabbit in it. We are watching post-Gadaffi Libya and what will become of it. Is it going to be better than Iraq - post-Saddam? A time is coming when women of Libya will beat their chest and weep for Gadaffi in regrets and for missing him. He was despotic and temperamental but his only mistake was staying too long in power.

Africa loves him just as they loved Thomas Sankara of Bokina Faso. Rest in Perfect Peace Gadaffi. The stick which was used in hitting you is lying on the ground ready to be used for another. Adieu! Africa will not forget you.
10/24/11 @ 03:48
ANKRUMAH EMMANUEL SARIEL BILLIRIYes Muammar Gadafi is gone. African's enemies are at rest now. Libyan people you have decided good. so everybody is now a potential leader with a possession of arms. an assignment for you the new so coming political leaders is to do something about the already proliferated arms in the hands of your people. And get ready for the new and modern methods of political dictatorship from the west world. Gadaffi's achievement and good side of him will be remembered.
10/26/11 @ 05:28
Comment from: maxwell mulanga [Visitor]
maxwell mulangaMuammar gaddafi's death should be investigated because he did a lot for his country by improving the economy of libya and he and his family deserve at least to show gratitude..like other leaders...
10/28/11 @ 14:42
Comment from: mr olanrawaju [Visitor]
mr olanrawajuit a piety that Libya are not yet been deliver it just a mater of time.GOD we inter vain.let keep praying for Africa at large,
10/30/11 @ 17:01

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