Gadaffi: “I love a girl in uniform”…
Gadaffi has a bevy of bathing beauties at his beck and call. Forty lipsticked, bejeweled all around foxy ladies surround the dictator at all times. They wear designer sunglasses to compliment their camouflage and military boots. They are trained killers-graduates of the elite training academy in Tripoli. Gaddafi had established his version of “Kill Bill’s” crazy eighty eight as his countries symbol of women’s emancipation. “I promised my mother I would improve the situation of women in Libya”, he reportedly said at the time. Visitors who have been granted access inside this academy describe a cement block where women are indoctrinated into the ways of the aggressor. They are instructed in contemporary killing techniques day and night for three years..........
Gadaffi: “I love a girl in uniform”…
Gadaffi has a bevy of bathing beauties at his beck and call. Forty lipsticked, bejeweled all around foxy ladies surround the dictator at all times. They wear designer sunglasses to compliment their camouflage and military boots. They are trained killers-graduates of the elite training academy in Tripoli. Gaddafi had established his version of “Kill Bill’s” crazy eighty eight as his countries symbol of women’s emancipation. “I promised my mother I would improve the situation of women in Libya”, he reportedly said at the time. Visitors who have been granted access inside this academy describe a cement block where women are indoctrinated into the ways of the aggressor. They are instructed in contemporary killing techniques day and night for three years. At 4:30 every morning the recruits go on an hour and a half “jog” after which they go to class. Some can even fly fighter jets and all are instructed how to fire off RPGs. The female posse is known as “protectors of the VIP”. Doug Sanders, who visited the academy in 2005, wrote that the female body guards reveal something about Gadaffi’s idiosyncratic mind, and a revolutionary enigma in a Muslim nation where women are far from equal in daily life. The best students of the “revolutionary nuns” as they are called never marry and dedicate their lives to Gadaffis preservation. They are banned from having sex and have no qualms in regards to giving their lives for the Libyan dictator.
“A woman has a right to run for election whether she’s male or Female”...
As foreign intelligence continues to turn the screws on Gadaffi the “nuns” vow to stay loyal and it is said that defection is un-heard of. Fatia, a twenty seven year-old bodyguard trainee in Tripoli says, “Without the leader, women in Libya would be nothing. I am humbled, ready to die for him. He is father, brother and a friend in whom you can confide”. As Gadaffi hides out somewhere outside of Tripoli, he is still making rousing proclamations from his home in the Habal-Azizi compound where two days earlier one of his sons was killed in a kamikaze like airplane assault.
“Girls just wanna have gu-uns”
It is one thing for Gadaffi to be using Libya’s women to do the dirty work, but another thing all together has been revealed in regards to Libya’s connection to the women in Columbia. The telegram reports that female Columbian snipers suspected of being members of the countries dreaded Marxist guerilla group FARC are fighting as mercenaries defending the colonel in Libya. Highly skilled snipers have been seen in the area fighting side by side Libyan loyalists and are reportedly making up to 1,000.00 US a day. None of these snipers have yet to be captured, and/or killed. Female fighters are loyal to the Marxist splinter group FARC in Columbia. These revolutionary armed forces have been fighting Columbia’s government since the 1950’s. The group has a long standing links to Libya and its dictator.
Christmas has come early in Columbia for our Marxist guerilla friends the FARC. The Columbian army has installed a giant Christmas tree in rebel territory to encourage the militants to lay down their arms. The tree is said to be in the remote Macarena mountain range, is eighty two feet high and festooned with over 2,000 twinkling lights. The trees lights are equipped with motion sensors so that when the rebels pass it the tree lights up and greets them (as well as the Columbian military, I would assume). Banners reading “de-mobilize: at Christmas everything is possible and if Christmas can come to the jungle than you can go home and decorate the branches” (What?). The brilliant thinking of the Columbian government is that the thousands of lights will make the rebels think that this is the time of year to reclaim their lives. There are future plans to install these less than indigenous spruces throughout the rain forest in an effort to entice the rebels to lay down their arms. One government soldier was quoted as saying, “we’ve just left the forest after completing operation Christmas”. Columbia, the happiest place on earth.
“Save the spotted owl”
Luis Moreno, defender for Columbian football team Deportivo Pereria has been threatened with extinction after he kicked an owl to death after the poor thing had already been hit and injured by a soccer ball. The owl was actually the mascot for the opposing Junior Barranquilla team. Moreno later apologized and stated that he “just wanted to see if the bird could fly”.
"A sub and some coke"
Columbian drug trafficking prowess has taken on an interesting nautical turn of late as submarines have proven to be successful at dodging interdiction in an effort to move Columbia’s cash crop to the States and beyond. In February at a clandestine shipyard near Columbia’s Pacific coast, the military impounded a 70ft. long submarine with three tons of cocaine nearby, ready to be loaded into a compartment that can hold an estimated 8 tons. The U.S. drug enforcement administration several months earlier helped to capture a 100ft. diesel powered sub that sat along the south border of Columbia at Ecuador. This “narcosub” was about to make its maiden voyage and although there were no drugs found, authorities believe it was a narcosub. It is apparent that Columbian traffickers have taken a quantum leap in technology. Despite the subs capture and drugs seized, Jay Bergman who heads the DEA Andean division says that “it’s the difference between building a motor –scooter and building a car.
Until next time…Peace
Time World, The Huffington Post, Pacifica Radio, The Telegraph, and of course “Gadaffi Quotes”.