Category Archives: Muammar Gaddafi

OBAMA ON EDGE in Trade Paperback

“OBAMA ON EDGE” will be available in trade paperback in about a week. We’ll be offering some review copies on Goodreads. George Thomas Clark on Goodreads

Also posted in Barack Obama, Dick Cheney, George W. Bush, Mitt Romney, Osama bin Laden, Rand Paul, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity

Ambassador’s Father

father of u.s. libyan ambassador chris stevens says abhorrent to politicize son’s death in presidential campaign

Also posted in Barack Obama, Campaign 2012, Libya, Mitt Romney, Poetry - GTC

Assad Welcomes Arab League

What arrogance, what ignorance my enemies in Syria and abroad daily show. They should understand I’ve given the Arab league permission to travel and observe my country and verify my regime is lawful, popular, and restrained. True, I did promise to withdraw my security forces and was so doing in Homs and elsewhere when Al […]

Also posted in Arab League, Bashar al-Assad, Mohammed Ahmed al-Dabi, Omar al-Bashir, Poetry - GTC, Saddam Hussein, Sudan, Syria

Gaddafi Curtain Call

a star I remain dedicated to arouse people coming to view their leader still handsome albeit bruised and bloody bearing some holes stretched on old mattress in vegetable freezer at shopping center where extended hours prevail

Also posted in Libya, Middle East, Poetry - GTC

Gaddafi Parade

wherever he is gaddafi knows wounded worms are marching

Also posted in Libya, Middle East, Poetry - GTC

Free and Happy

I ask you to be nuanced and refrain from mistakenly lumping me with herd of Wahhabi Muslim clerics who crave keeping women masked and Saudi Arabia manacled in Middle Ages. Though aged and inbred, I, King Abdullah, have transcended some of most repressive tendencies of country, region, and religion, and have as well rather nervously […]

Also posted in Egypt, Hosni Mubarak, Islam, King Abdullah, Libya, Middle East, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, Women's Rights, Yemen

Obama’s Letter to the Arab League

Dear Leaders of the Arab League, Respectfully I acknowledge you are key political, economic, and social powerbrokers for twenty-two Arab nations encompassing more than five million square miles in the Middle East and North Africa, and last month I watched as you suspended Libya, and thus its unstable dictator Muammar Gaddafi, from your organization and, […]

Also posted in Arab League, Bahrain, Hosni Mubarak, Libya, Middle East, Saudi Arabia, Yemen

Muammar Gaddafi Vows No Mercy

I feel like Alexander the Great. I feel better. He was weak and died young. I’m the indestructible leader of Libya and more powerful by the minute as my patriotic forces rout contemptible, drug-crazed traitors who’ve betrayed me. Now, on the precipice of eternal victory, I say to heathens plotting against me in the West: […]

Also posted in Alexander the Great, Algeria, Libya, Middle East, United Nations, Vietnam

Gaddafi Counterattacks

My opponents are not merely traitorous, they’re delusional, and I laughed at reports of their naïveté when told my powerful counterattacking forces had already recaptured the vital oil-production port of Ras Lanuf. “Oh, no, that’s just another Gaddafi lie,” they drunkenly shouted from Benghazi, our second largest city. By the time they accepted Ras Lanuf […]

Also posted in Al Jazeera, Arab League, Barack Obama, Libya, Media, Middle East, Saddam Hussein, United Nations

Egomania Inside and Outside Libya

Let’s remember that Muammar Gaddafi is not the only egomaniac threatening to destroy the liberation movement of the Libyan people. While Gaddafi, using tanks and planes and semi-professional troops against brave but untrained and lightly-armed patriots, is starting to build momentum by regaining some recently-lost cities and territory, there are reports the dictator may be […]

Also posted in Barack Obama, Libya, Middle East, Saudi Arabia

Israel in New Middle East

(This memorandum from a leading Israeli think tank was released late last night.) Israelis who say we’re worried but not afraid are either fools or liars, and I suspect the latter. Of course we’re afraid. We’re but six million souls surrounded by three hundred million potential enemies. Now the Arabs, clear to everyone not suffering […]

Also posted in Eastern Europe, Egypt, Hosni Mubarak, Israel, Lebanon, Libya, Middle East, Palestine

Muammar Gaddafi on Fire

I’m not drugged. I’m taking medications to soothe my nerves and have for years. But many of our Libyan youths are drugged and now crazed followers of Jihadists and will have to be executed in accordance with Libyan law. My rule must be maintained or Libya will become an Al Qaeda base. I’m a bulwark […]

Also posted in Al Qaeda, Egypt, Hosni Mubarak, Israel, Libya, Middle East, Terrorism

Gaddafi’s Daughter Joins Saddam’s Exciting Legal Team

Google and Yahoo are search engines of astonishing reach and daily utility but I’m a little disappointed in them tonight: they were only able to provide one picture of Aisha Gaddafi, daughter of Muammar and newest member of the rapidly growing Saddam legal team that now numbers twenty-one professional and hundreds of volunteer lawyers.  If […]

Also posted in Iraq, Saddam Hussein