Why Gaddafi has to die

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Food for thought.

4 comments for “Why Gaddafi has to die

  1. September 7, 2011 at 11:55 pm

    I listened to this very shouty man for fifteen minutes.

    1) $500m for an African satellite is chickenfeed.

    2) Why would the IMF object to a new pan African bank if that would help stop African countries constantly begging from the West with teir piss poor credit ratings?

    2a) Obama has not confiscated any of Libyas money, the Un did so.

    3) The idea that Africa was united prior to colonisation is risible as are his statements about education.

    3a) “The West put dictators in post-colonial Africa” LOLS. As a boy my mum had an ex-nursing friend who was a matron in a minor public school. It had many African pupils but her regret was that those that went on to university all wanted to study politics rather than something useful like engineering or agriculture.

    Tell you what Mr Shouty, let’s just leave Africa to Chinas tender mercies.

    • james Higham
      September 8, 2011 at 12:15 am

      I listened to this very shouty man for fifteen minutes.

      You did well.

  2. September 8, 2011 at 5:55 am

    “Tell you what Mr Shouty, let’s just leave Africa to Chinas tender mercies.”

    Africa really is going to live in interesting times, I suspect…

  3. john in cheshire
    September 8, 2011 at 7:28 pm

    Thanks for showing this. I found it interesting and I also think the guy has some valid points. I have long believed that, just like Steve Biko, the blacks in Africa must be allowed to determine their own future. I think this is what this guy is saying. I reckon we could do business with him; he doesn’t appear to want hand-outs, he just wants the opportunity to sink or swim by their own efforts. And if that means we deal with an African block; well, why is that so different from the EU? Or even the US. Or even China. Africa is either viable or it isn’t. It is free-market or it’s socialist. I think it is socialist but so is China and we do business with them – because we are afraid of them. Well, perhaps we should be afraid of Africa too. But do business with them just like everyone else. And after saying all this, I still believe we, the English are still superior to the majority of the world; and our government should be protecting our interests rather than those of foreigners. But we are a trading nation and a strong Africa wouldn’t endanger our interests; it might of the rest of Europe, but that’s their problem, not ours. Sorry, a bit of a ramble.

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