I was bored one day and flipping through my "free TV" (Roku) and I decided to watch a channel I had placed on my "favorites" ( or whatever): the "Dictators Channel"
A channel smack-dabbed chockfull of documentaries about "dictators of the world" ( which of course, is an arbitrary term, depending on whom you with speak with)
I clicked on the one about "Gaddafi", expecting to hear how horrible he was, how he slaughtered his own people on a vicious, psychotic, whim ( as American media is want to tell us about politicians and military men the US doesn't like ), and how he deserved to die like the "Mad Dog" he was
And I was pleasantly surprised (and there was footage from Russia Today, which YOU KNOW is very suspicious....)
I knew Qaddafi wasn't evil, for as much as they tried to demonize him in the Western ( especially US ) press
But I was surprised that they would put a documentary that was somewhat sympathetic to him on Roku
I thought the media consensus was that he was "The Mad Dog of the Middle East" ( what Reagan labelled him ) and Hillary was so glad when he was brutally murdered ( but this humanitarian woman, no matter how much you might hate someone ( and I doubt she hated him, I doubt she even cared), to celebrate his absolutely BRUTAL murder with such glee indicates how much of a humanitarian she is)
But as we know, her ilk and their quirky attitudes about life and death are all but vaunted in Hollywood movies
but his speeches tho...
There are lots of reasons Gaddafi was taken out, and none of them having to do with "murdering his own people" and "being a threat to international human rights"
Gaddafi sustained a campaign of slander against him for decades
The Lockerbie bombing in 1988 was blamed on a Libyan individual whose guilt remains questionable to this day. Even families of the victims question the final conviction of this gentleman and demand a new investigation. Gaddafi was forced to take the blame and pay ten billion dollars in restitution in hopes the US and the West would do away with their sanctions of his country and start buying Libya's oil again.
(The tactic of not buying your oil was also used on Mossadegh of Iran in the 50's, someone else the West, in this case Britain,( and the US too THO) didn't like)
He did actually use oil money to improve the lives of Libyans. Today, Libya is a cesspool where slavery is said to be thriving and a free passage to Europe for "economic migrants" invading the country, something Gaddafi himself warned would happen if Libya was destabilized.
You should really listen to this fellow
You should listen to them. Listening to them could like substitute for like five years of missing political history from your brain