Gaddafi bejammert „Einmischung“

Gaddafi beklagt sich über das Eingreifen der NATO in den libyschen Bürgerkrieg.

Er scheint dabei völlig vergessen zu haben, was er selbst im Tschad, in Tansania, in der Zentralafrikanischen Republik und in Liberia gemacht hat:

Gaddafi ran a school near Benghazi called the World Revolutionary Center (WRC), where he gave military training to foreign leaders who shared ideological similarities with him.[92]Blaise Compaoré of Burkina Faso and Idriss Déby of Chad were graduates of this school, and are currently in power in their respective countries.[93] Gaddafi trained and supported Charles Taylor of Liberia, Foday Sankoh, the founder of Revolutionary United Front, Jean-Bédel Bokassa, the Emperor of the Central African Empire.,[94][95] and Mengistu Haile Mariam of Ethiopia.[95] Gaddafi intervened militarily in the Central African Republic in 2001 to protect his ally Ange-Félix Patassé from overthrow. Patassé signed a deal giving Libya a 99-year lease to exploit all of that country’s natural resources, including uranium, copper, diamonds, and oil.[92] He also sent troops to fight against Tanzania on behalf of Idi Amin and lost 600 Libyan soldiers defending Amin’s collapsing regime.[94]

Ganz nebenbei hat er auch in Europa kräftig mitgemischt:

Gaddafi explicitly stated that he would kill Libyan dissidents that had escaped from Libya, raising tensions with refugee countries and European governments. In 1985 he stated that he would continue to support the Red Army Faction, the Red Brigades, and the Irish Republican Army as long as European countries supported anti-Gaddafi Libyans.[73] In 1976, after a series of terrorist attacks by the Provisional IRA, Gaddafi announced that „the bombs which are convulsing Britain and breaking its spirit are the bombs of Libyan people. We have sent them to the Irish revolutionaries so that the British will pay the price for their past deeds“.[73] In April 1984 some Libyan refugees in London protested the execution of two dissidents. Libyan diplomats shot at 11 people and killed Yvonne Fletcher, a British policewoman. The incident led to the cessation of diplomatic relations between the United Kingdom and Libya for over a decade.[115]

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3 Antworten to “Gaddafi bejammert „Einmischung“”

  1. American Viewer Says:

    It’s time. Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia Muammar al-Gaddafi. 😉

  2. aron2201sperber Says:

    who the fxxx ist Alfredo Garcia?

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