Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Muammar Gaddafi

After listening to normal politicians for a long while, I took a break, well, sort of, and listened to Muammar Gaddafi, the Libyan leader. Any normal elected fraud I usually listen to is either totally lying or have not a clue about whatever the topic is. It is too bad that Gaddafi mixes some truths with totally idiotic claims and praises of the Obamination, otherwise he would actually be one of the better ones out there, if ignoring the dictatorship thingy that is.

Despite being a dictator and an obvious madman, I cannot help feeling some freshness from a man not totally lying to a point of 100%. This man actually made some relevant remarks regarding the UN charter. Among other things; blasted the U.N. Security Council as an elitist organization that favors superpowers over small nations, he urged investigations of U.S. military activities, and he suggested the rest of the world to give America a break and move the United Nations elsewhere, such as Beijing or New Delhi. He also said that despite the fact that the United Nations says there should be no resorting to military force unless it is a collective decision, 65 wars broke out after the establishment of the United Nations, and the Security Council didn't do anything to stop the conflicts.

Just to mention some relevant points I agree with.

Reading Swedish papers quoting the speech, it’s obvious, as usual, that not a single journalists writing about it have actually watched it, instead picked up some ramblings of a single reporter sending the same crap to everyone. It’s available on YouTube you morons, if I can find the time to watch the speech without getting paid for it, so can you.

This is an important event and lots of fun things is going on, why don’t the old-media papers send out reporters or at least have someone covering it?

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