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Gaddafis' speech to the UN - Fertile ground for conspiracies?

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posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 04:20 AM
Gaddafi went to town on the UN's ass!


Well done that man - it's about time someone did that in recent times. The UN is a closed-shop, allowing only those from the rich and powerful nations to have any sway. Yes, yes I know. Gaddafi isn't exactly a model moral example, but if there is one thing he is - its' straightfoward.

His speech contained references to common themes on ATS -
1) Swine Flu was engineered in a laboratory and released intentionally.
2) Africa is constantly being raped by the western and now far eastern powers.
3) Western governments are using terrorism against their own people and foreign nations.

Watch his speech on YouTube - there's plenty more where those came from.

This raises some interesting questions. The LEADER of a powerful mediterranean African state publicly attests that Swine Flu is bio-warfare?!?!?! He supports the 'truth' movement about 9/11?!?!?! He publicly states that the UN, the World Bank, the IMF and other 'globalist' organisations are tools of the elite?!?!?!?!

And everyone writes him off?

The fact that Reuters and other agencies purposefully suppressed his ACTUAL WORDS in his speech, and gave only opinions and short paraphrases in their reports of this says a lot to me. He is waving a big RED flag, and trying to draw the worlds attention to some of theories we at ATS believe to be true. We may not like him as a person, but as a leader of a large nation, he deserves to be listened to. We all know the media are in on the cover-ups - so lets keep an interested eye on Gaddafi eh?

The simple fact Obama didn't like what he said made me like it all the more!

(SIDE NOTE: The release of the Lockerbie bomber was purely down to an oil deal taking place in Libya by the British government - I have contacts in the oil industry and I've heard this from every angle.)

(SECOND SIDE NOTE: Before all you nutjob 'anti-terrorist' gospel lovers go mad, please understand, I really don't care what you think!)

The Para.

posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 05:52 AM
The thing is, no matter how much sense he makes, it goes against the grain of the 'civilized' world so no one will give a second thought.

posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 05:58 AM
Indeed Dermo, that is what we all face day in, day out. The title of of George Monbiot's blog says it all really -

"Tell people something they know already and they will thank you for it.

Tell them something new and they will hate you for it."

The Para.

posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 06:09 AM
may not like him as a person? don't know much about him except that he's not in the boys club in the world leader stakes. as far as i can tell, he hasn't done that much i wouldn't suspect of most of the members of the boys club of doing.

although i believe that if there were ever an expert panel on state sponsored terrorism the guy would be heading it up. if there is a man who would be able to spot state terrorism and bio warfare, he'ld be the man.

posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 06:47 AM
Last year there was an interview with his son on BBC in the UK; Gaddafi's son on Lockerbie

At the very end of the video there is a point where he simply states that politics us just a game, inferring that what you say does not always have to be how it actually is.

Doesn't sound a very politically correct point but you need to give him some credit for honesty. father...

posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 06:58 AM
Stars for you guys - Quality points to make.

I think we definitely need to keep an eye on the people that are considered 'enemies' of the Western world. They tend to say more of interest recently than ever before.

I would actually go insofar as to say that I place more stock in their ravings and rants than I do our own politicians drivel.

The Para.

posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 07:13 AM
Thanks for the link. I tried to watch this on the msm and all they gave out was Rudd's lack of audience and Gadafi's big lips (big media joke that one). So as usual they ignored the interesting stuff and made it into a joke.
Gadaffi best watch his back cos some people aren't gonna like what he said.

posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 08:19 AM
No, indeed they're not. It will be interesting to see how this whole Al-Mugrahi thing pans out.

Will the western powers use it as an excuse to cause ructions in Libya?

How much damage will it do to Gordon Browns' Premiership?

Time will tell.

The Para.

posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 08:52 AM
Star and Flag OP

I was thinking the same thing when I watched all the media coverage on this yesterday...

I thought, " There is a reason they don't like this guy and are walking out"

He is speaking the truth...the truth hurts...

He mentioned biowarfare (swine flu being released intentially), the globalist elite, the fact that the UN should change their name to the Terrorist Council inplac of Security Council, the re-investigation into 9/11...

and the fact that the assasination of JFK needs to be re-investigated...

Now the JFK thing really made me realize that this guy is really not crazy yall...

he just knows wuz up

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