Gaddafi beautiful bodyguard virgins
911 was an inside job! It was done with Faked TV pictures and missiles carrying a vapor that was illuminated by laser to produce an image of Boeing 767 aircraft.
Don't believe me, dis-illusion yourself. Look here and here and here and especially here and here and here and here and here. And did you hear about the hurricaine that threatened new york ON THE DAY OF 9/11?
911 was an elaborate snuff psy-op. Everyone who believes the US military would kill its own innocent citizens to gain an advantage and occupy oil and air-bases MUST BE CRAZY, right? right? False Flag attacks?
Lybian Soldier girls.
A long held tradition, a tool of the criminal intelligence-mafia-agencies. Compare with the incident where MI6 undercover agents tried to plant a bomb in a crowded market but were caught redhanded by the Iraqis in Basra:
Túpac Amaru Revolutionary Movement
fighting against US-style capitalist exploitation and against ABSENTEE OWNERSHIP.
The Túpac Amaru Revolutionary Movement (Spanish: Movimiento Revolucionario Túpac Amaru (MRTA)) was a communist guerrilla movement active in Peru from 1984 to 1997 and one of the main actors in the internal conflict in Peru. It was led by Victor Polay Campos (comrade "Rolando") until his incarceration and by Néstor Cerpa Cartolini (comrade "Evaristo") until his death in 1997. The MRTA took its name in homage to Túpac Amaru II, an 18th-century rebel leader who was himself named after his ancestor Túpac Amaru, the last indigenous leader of the Inca people. MRTA was considered a terroristPeruvian government. At the height of its strength, it had several hundred active members. Its stated goals were to establish a communist state and rid the country of all imperialist elements.
874 Architects ARE ALL HERETICS
or are they? They are saying that either extraterrestials or...
HOW??? They used INCREDIBLE WEAPONS to prevent themselves being hanged and to fool everyone for ever!
9/11 and brainwashing MUSTREAD
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6/12/98: "A female bodyguard sacrificed her life to save Colonel Gaddafi from assassination. The beautiful security girl was one of a 40-strong, all-woman unit of personal guards who are trained killers & also claim to be virgins.
"She threw herself on top of the Libyan leader when rebels opened fire on his motorcade, & died riddled with bullets. Seven other women bodyguards were also seriously wounded. A source said: 'Gaddafi was deeply distressed. Aisha, the woman who died, was his top bodyguard.'
"Gaddafi surrounds himself with handpicked female bodyguards to foil such attacks. All of them swear an oath that they will give their lives for him. They never leave his side, night or day, & he insists they remain virgins. There is no shortage of volunteers for what is seen as a prestigious job. A special training college puts recruits through a tough program. Girls who don't drop out emerge as trained killers, experts with firearms & martial arts. Gaddafi makes the final selection &, despite the virginal tag, rumors abound that he demands their sexual favors."
New opera based on the life of Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi, featuring rapper as Gaddafi & chorus of all-female bodyguards;
Brawl between Gaddafi's women bodyguards & Egyptian security;
Gaddafi humiliated when notorious female bodyguards unceremoniously disarmed by Ethiopian Security
Gaddafi on women: "Women should be trained for combat, so that they do not become easy prey for their enemies." In the West, "the situation for women is hardly enviable: she has left home but only to confront a difficult fate, driving trucks & trains."
London Opera Fêtes Gadhafi
A new opera based on the life of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi, featuring a rapper as Gadhafi and a chorus of all-female bodyguards, highlights the new season of the English National Opera.
The program of London's second-largest opera company will be the first season fully curated by the company's new artistic director, Sean Doran.
The Gadhafi opera, created by the dance-hip-hop collective Asian Dub Foundation, and an opera based on Rainier Werner Fassbinder's film "The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant," are among new works scheduled.
Also, film director Anthony Minghella will direct a production of "Madame Butterfly," marking his first foray into opera.
The season runs from September 2005 to July 2006.
There's been a recent documentary by a young, NYU film school grad, Lebanese (-American) Rania Ajami who seems set to be an up-and-coming young filmmaker with her diverse interests and subject matter. Entitled Shadows of a Leader: Qaddafi's Female Bodyguards, in which Ajami focuses on how this group of women sets an example for Libyan society and womens' roles within it. In an interview published in the New York Times, Ajami stated:
"'It's showing the notion of the female bodyguard as being these women who are liberated and how it extends to all sectors of society...Bodyguards are really a symbol of this new feminism that exists. One wonders, once Qaddafi is no longer there, will the women still have this future? Do they have a future without him?'
[Ajami] says that while the bodyguards may exude sexuality, it demonstrates modern views on gender equality and family life under the Qaddafi regime. 'They present themselves well. The girls are trained in weaponry, but at the same time they want to look good. I really felt it was more about their pride and confidence. Most of the women who go into it are married with children.'"Source
For sure, some of these ladies are real stunners, but they'll stun you, too or "knock you out... if you mess with their supreme leader. Some wear lipstick, jewelry, polished nails, even high heels. Last month, the Western world got a few glimpses of them as they backed up Colonel Qaddafi when he visited European Union officials in Brussels."
And unlike the now unfortunate modern perception of the amazons of antiquity and those who receive this appellation today as being either man haters or sexually craven, violent femme fatales, Lynda Richardson, the author of the NYTimes article writes that:
"yes, Ms. Ajami has heard the speculation of hanky panky between the dictator and his bodyguards. ''The sexual thing makes me mad,'' she says, bristling. ''It's always the thing that people pounce on, and it just didn't exist.''
Now, somewhat in contrast to how Ajami perceives these highly-trained female guards, Lynn Harris writes in her article "Killer Bodies" :
Qadhafi look like Hef.
You might argue, hey, at least the "Brother Leader and Guide of the Revolution" is employing and arming women, trusting them with the most important responsibility in the entire nation — i.e., him. Or that female bodyguards, fetishistic though they may be, are a little higher on the objectification ladder than, say, women dressed as schoolgirls. And yes, they do seem to be more than an armed harem: they're trained in weaponry; they "brawl" with Egyptian security men; they step into the line of fire. (The woman said to be Kadhafi's top bodyguard reportedly took a bullet for him in Athens in 1998). Naïve as it may sound, there's reason to believe — as you'll see — that among Muammar Qaddafi's options for sexual companionship, these are not the women who'd be asked to multitask. And believe it or not, when it comes to the ladies, some of Qaddafi's policies over the years have, arguably, been a half-step or so above abysmal. All told, a mini-overview of Qaddafi's oddly mixed record on women shows the Colonel to be even weirder about them than meets the eye.
Read the article to learn more...For a blog post on more of Qaddafi's thoughts about women, read Arab Woman Progressive Voice.
I'm not sure what to think about the subject, and I wonder how much of these two women's point of views and stand on what this female garde de corps represents have anything to do with their cultural backgrounds. What do you think?
Each one is a camouflage-clad trained killer who will protect him around the clock.
The entourage, which arrived on five planes, also includes a fleet of armour-plated limos, a CAMEL and a heated TENT in which he will stay in the grounds of the Hotel de Marigny.
Gaddafi was invited by French President Nicolas Sarkozy after Sarkozy’s estranged wife Cecilia persuaded Libya to free six Bulgarians sentenced to death earlier this year.
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"two British men were arrested after failing to stop at a checkpoint. There was an exchange of gunfire. The men were wearing traditional Arab clothing, and when the police eventually stopped them, they said they found explosives and weapons in their car…It's widely believed the two British servicemen were operating undercover."
Undercover? Dressed as Arabs? What were they trying to do that had caught the attention of their colleagues, the Iraqi police?
Read more: http://u2r2h-documents.blogspot.com/2008/08/gladio-cia-cicilian-slaughter-mi6-basra.html#ixzz0RyXO2sRC
MEANWHILE in the capitalist world:
The UK, the US and Canada are facing growing fears over a drug-resistant "superbug" being brought back by wounded soldiers from Afghanistan and Iraq that threatens to contaminate civilian hospitals.
The intensified concern comes amid sharply rising infection rates in the US and fresh worries in Canada that the bug could be imported into its civilian healthcare system.
The US military originally thought the bug came from contaminated Iraqi soil, but troops in Afghanistan have also been infected. Canada's public health service last week revealed it had ordered the screening of all its wounded soldiers being sent home from Afghanistan.
The bacterium, Acinetobacter baumannii, first emerged as a "mystery infection" afflicting US service personnel returning from the war in Iraq in 2003 and 2004. It was described by a scientific journal specializing in hospital epidemiology as the "most important emerging hospital-acquired pathogen worldwide."
The journal said it was potentially a "major threat to public health" due to its ability to mutate rapidly and develop a resistance to all known drugs.
Although different types of acinetobacter have been known for decades in hospitals, the new "T" strain identified in the injured troops is particularly virulent and has been observed to appear in US servicemen within two hours of being admitted to a field hospital.
It affects the spinal fluid, bones and lungs, causing pneumonia, respiratory failure and other complications. Equally worrying is its resilience. Extremely difficult to eliminate from medical facilities once established, the bug can survive for up to 176 days in a human host.
US officials concede that, once established in the medical evacuation chain, the germ is almost impossible to stamp out.
Although the British Ministry of Defence tried to play down fears of the infection when the first suspected British cases were reported last year in The Lancet, its increasingly rampant progress through the US military hospital system has been causing intense alarm elsewhere.
Canadian military doctors investigated the infection in Canadian troops at an intensive care unit in Kandahar and published a report in the journal BMC Infectious Diseases earlier this year.
The officers warned that their findings about the infection risk were "equally applicable to US and British military field hospitals as well," adding that "the environmental and logistical problems that faced [the medical units involved] are common across field hospitals in Afghanistan and Iraq."
"Unrestricted use of antibiotics" at the field hospitals to compensate for poor environmental conditions had contributed to the emergence of the new superstrain, they said.
One of the report's authors, Major Homer Tien, said from Kandahar, Afghanistan on Saturday that further outbreaks appeared inevitable.
"No one really knows how it is being transmitted. What is certain is that it is a big concern," he said.
"A lot of the work I was doing was trying to pinpoint the source of the infection. We still can't say what the source was. If we can't prevent it, the next question is how we can keep the hospitals back home in the UK and Canada from being infected," Tien said.
Concern is high in Canada because its injured troops are treated in the civilian healthcare system -- like in the UK -- while most Americans troops are treated in the military hospital network.
Rates of infection have risen sharply in the US. In 2001 and 2002, around 2 percent of admissions were infected at a specialist army burns unit in Texas. By 2003 the rate had risen to 6 percent, then 12 percent by 2005, a rate consistent with other facilities. So far 27 servicemen have died from the infection.
Gaddafi crazy? How crazy is the following?
During its war in Afghanistan, the United States dropped nearly a quarter-million cluster bomblets that killed or injured scores of civilians, especially children, both during and after strikes, Human Rights Watch said in a report.
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