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  • PeterPoddy
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    Is he still in the country? I’m inclined to think not….

    camo16
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    I’ll miss his crazy shirts.

    I thought he was a waxwork?

    Premier Icon Lifer
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    Long gone.

    He’ll be fine. He’s safely ensconsed in David Chator’s holiday rent in Abersoch ๐Ÿ˜†

    If he is still in the compound then he could be dead within the hour.

    Premier Icon binners
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    I’ve just seen him working on the tills in Tesco with Elvis and Jim Morrisson

    Premier Icon kimbers
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    i reckon he’ll pop up at one of burlesconis sexy partys in a few weeks

    camo16
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    Presuming that the Colonel’s goose is cooked, how long before people (in Libia and across the moralising west) began to wonder what happen’s next? I reckon it’ll be two and a half days after the bloodlust diminishes…

    nostoc
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    He`d be good on Celebrity Big Brother

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    I can see him working as an agent for a premiership footballer or two. Similar look and morals. Maybe Joey Barton and Craig Bellamy?

    Mr Woppit
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    Now who’s going to do the “Mars Attacks” Martian impressions?

    deadlydarcy
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    I’m worried for the future of these girls…his personal guard (Amozon Guard).

    speckledbob
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    He may be in Libya but I doubt he’s in the compound unless he’s well dug in. An independance flag has now been raised above the compound although I can’t see the fighting stopping any time soon.

    ernie_lynch
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    An independance flag has now been raised

    Independence ? ………independence from what country ? ๐Ÿ˜•

    The rebel flag is actually the flag of King Idris. King Idris was the last and only king of Libya. The hereditary monarchy in Libya was invented and installed by Britain to serve British interests. And King Idris proved to be very compliant to the needs of foreign governments, above the needs of “his” people. Western powers were allowed to help themselves to Libyan oil and both the US and Britain had a huge military presence in Libya, including a large US Air Force base near Tripoli. Whatever is happening in Libya today, and no one really knows, they are not building greater independence – Western oil companies are licking their lips as we speak.

    ilovemygears
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    the rebels have taken most of his compound now, nato has wiped out his army… is his death going to make a not safe for work video?

    MrNutt
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    …are doomed to repeat it

    wrecker
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    Well the people have spoken. If the general populace was all anti revolution I don’t think that the rebels would have got far. I don’t think Gaddafi needs to be executed but I fear he will be.

    TheBrick
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    nostoc – Member
    He`d be good on Celebrity Big Brother

    Along with Mugabe, Slobodan Miloลกevi? and Kim Jong-il.

    “Gaddafi is in the diary room …”

    DrJ
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    I’m worried for the future of these girls…his personal guard (Amozon Guard).

    I have a vacant position for the second one in the line …

    Dobbo
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    I think he’s my favourite dictator, he had a flair and character not seen since Ide Armine.

    IanMunro
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    True, and he’s good a good eye for a natty uniform.

    ilovemygears
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    wrecker – Member
    Well the people have spoken. If the general populace was all anti revolution I don’t think that the rebels would have got far. I don’t think Gaddafi needs to be executed but I fear he will be.

    why? he is a very bad boy and needs to be killed in most awfully painful way

    jon1973
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    He`d be good on Celebrity Big Brother

    Probably best to avoid talking about politics if you’re one of the other housemates though.

    TandemJeremy
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    You really think the population is behind the rebels? If they were this would have last a couple of days – think Romania. The “rebels” are a fragmented ragtag bunch of different militias with different agendas and without the support of the population in many areas

    this will be a country in perpetual civil war from now on unless its partitioned

    easygroove
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    he lives in LA and changed his name to lionel richie

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    It’s high stakes hide and seek.

    hilldodger
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    wrecker – Member
    If the general populace was all anti revolution I don’t think that the rebels would have got far

    I think the rebels’ progress is more to do with NATO’s rather proactive “defence of civilians” than any measure of popular support ๐Ÿ˜•

    Agree with Ernie and TJ, the worst is yet to come, by far…….

    konabunny
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    this will be a country in perpetual civil war from now on unless its partitioned

    Rubbish.

    Premier Icon MSP
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    I suspect that the oil deals done with the new government will be much more in favour of the oil companies, and the doctors and students that have been rebelling may not find their children have the same opportunities that they did.

    Junkyard
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    not sure it will be in perpetual war but the interventionist policies of the west [ oddly always in oil rich areas] rarely lead to stability and peace in the short or medium term.

    Dobbo
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    How long before we see the benefits of the revolution at the pump is what I want to know?

    rkk01
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    How long before we see the benefits of the revolution

    Is how I read it

    sorry – cross-over with the royals thread ๐Ÿ˜•

    Dobbo
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    sorry – cross-over with the royals thread

    We could melt the royal family down and make bio-fuel, the statement would then be true.

    grum
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    No relevant comments to add to this discussion, but this pic made me lol

    Elfinsafety
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    He’s a natty dresser, in’t he?

    I might get some ravioli for me tea….

    IanMunro
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    Who’s going to replace him now as the worlds most barking dictator?
    I guess Kim jong il is the obvious choice, but those drip dry nylon suits don’t really cut it. He is very good at staring at things though.
    http://kimjongillookingatthings.tumblr.com/

    Any other contenders?

    wrecker
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    Gotta love Mr Kim;

    Kim referred to Coca-Cola as the “cesspool water of American capitalism” and told his people that he invented the hamburger. He even built a hamburger factory, saying “I’ve made up my mind to feed quality bread and french fries to university students, professors and researchers even if we are in (economic) hardship.” Go back and read that sentence again.

    And according to North Korean news sources, Kim is the greatest golfer in the history of existence. He routinely finishes 38 under par, and he averages four or five holes-in-ones per game. He is rumored to spend $350,000 a year on brandy. He claims to have been born in a log cabin, his birth marked by the appearance of a double rainbow.

    Elfinsafety
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    Allso gotta love the fact that many Americans think they also invented the Hamburger…. ๐Ÿ˜†

    Allso gotta love the fact that many Americans think they also invented the Hamburger….

    Most Ammericans are of german decent IIRC? It’s just cool to be Irish or Italian, whereas being German was deeply un-cool, something to do with a war, you know, arround the time Russia decided StPetersburg was too german as well?G

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