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Gaddafi: The end of a miserable despotic Tyrant!

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by Mzee Mwanakijiji, Oct 21, 2011.

  1. Mzee Mwanakijiji

    Mzee Mwanakijiji Platinum Member

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    Col. Muammar Gaddafi’s revolution has come to a bloody end. He was captured by the fighters of the National Transition Council and later died at the hands of his captors in what is being said to have been a summary execution. With him has come an end to his September 1969 revolution which toppled King Idris regime. When he took power Gaddafi was only 27 years old. His military revolution was brought to an end by the Libyan people’s counter revolution.


    The people’s revolution which began almost eight months ago in an opposition stronghold of Benghazi in Eastern Libya found its way to end Gaddafi’s rule in his hometown of Sirte earlier on Thursday. A poetic end to one of the world’s most hated – and sometimes loved- tyrant. The death of Gaddafi has brought to an end Africa’s remaining despotic regime in a manner no one could have fathomed just a year ago. For some of us in Tanzania and Africa in general the news of the demise of Col. Muammar Gaddafi comes some years late.

    Read it On CNN Ireport
     
  2. TIMING

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    lesson learnt:

    Never underestimate the power of rage, anger and the oppressed
     
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    Ukiua kwa upanga utauawa kwa upanga hata kama ni wa kuazima. What goes around comes around. Na malipo ni hapa hapa duniani.
     
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    Poa tu. Wametupunguzia idadi ya wahuni duniani.
     
  5. Nyambala

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    The military adventures in Africa have lost another longtime sponsor and supporter. Under a banner of fighting the unpatriotic, less-patriotic or traitors we all know what happened in those adventures.
     
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    Mkuu I still remember when we were telling others "It was endgame for Gaddafi" lakini kukawa na lots of optimism for a possible later rise and conquer. The guy miscalculated entirely everything hence his hapless ending. Somo kubwa kwa watawala wa Africa. But will they learn???
     
  7. Mtoboasiri

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    You mean "the miserable end" to .....
     
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    I doubt if they will learn. But the Libyan case is a new turn and an antidote to the pessimism of the last decade when it was thought nothing could be done to control rogue regimes. In Libya the role of foreign military power in tipping the balance was crucial. Though China's global economic role has grown dramatically, the cutting edge of Western power is military.

    China is focused on mega economic projects in infrastructure and raw materials extraction, but the Arab Spring proved that both China and Russia lack the military clout to intervene or ship military assistance to their friends. They just stood aside and look. The lesson that comes across is that in matters of military, or in flouting asset lock-downs, we are a far cry from the days of the Soviet Union, or Vietnam and Cuba defying imperialism.

    But what these dictatorial regimes are terrified of, namely that their own people will rise up and throw them out, is a valid concern. In the tradition of Marx and Lenin, revolution is the moment when the mass of working people take to the stage of history to win their freedom – their "self-emancipation" as the tradition has it. This makes a movement potentially revolutionary, not the words of its leaders.

    In a world of realpolitik, Libya has invested and presented itself as an anti-imperialist power, defying the US and deploying its enormous oil wealth as a weapon of national defence. No doubt it has been an important factor in forging an alliance between third world states looking to strengthen their ability to resist the assaults of imperialism. But when those states act against their own people, they have no right to continue their claim to be acting on their behalf.
    The monster that needs to be thrown out next is Bashir el-Assad, the butcher of Syria.
     
  9. King'asti

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    U can fool some people sometime,but u can't fool all the people all the time.
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    Some Africans are pretending to be stoic about Gaddafi's demise but privately they admit that the blow is colossal to the future politics of the continent. He was the primary target of Western territories since his stance was deemed detrimental to their survival hence prompting his slaying. He was an intrepid character, a maverick and man of his own mind who was never shaken by wind and stood assertively to defend African interests. So while his death is said to close the chapter of his 'tyranny', Libyans should get prepared to experience a new era of Western imperialism and neo-colonialism which is much malignant than Gaddafi's despotism. They will definitely have to see the taste of their own medicine as swahili notion goes '' when a child cries for a blade, just hand it to them''
     
  11. Mzee Mwanakijiji

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    Gaddafi hayupo tena. Katika mapambano ya mwisho katika jiji lake la Sirte, Gaddafi ambaye kweli aliapa kupigana hadi mwisho alifanya hivyo lakini hatimaye alishindwa. Hakuweza kushindana na nguvu ya umma wa watu wake. Mwisho wa Gaddafi unasimama kama onyo kwa watawala wengine ambao wameingia madarakani, kubweteka, kuendeleza sera za udini na ubaguzi wa wananchi wao kwa misingi ya kisiasa, kujuana, dini au hata kubebana.
    [​IMG]Col. Muammar Gaddafi ruled Libya for 42 years

    Alipoingia madarakani kupitia mapinduzi ya kijeshi alileta tumaini kwa watu wake. Na tukiyasema yote kwa haki kabisa Gaddafi alijitahidi kufanya mambo mbalimbali ya kuinua miundo mbinu na mazingira ya nchi yake. Kwamba alifanikiwa kuendeleza vitu mbalimbali halina utata hata chembe. Lakini kama angemsikiliza Nyerere kuwa "maendeleo ni ya watu siyo vitu" Gaddafi labda angeendelea kuwepo au angefika mahali na kuwaachia wengine waendeleze pale yeye alipoishia. Jamani hata Fidel Castro mwanamapinduzi wa Kicuba ambaye naye baada ya muda mrefu madarakani aliamua kuweka manyanga na kumuachia mdogo wake kushika hatamu.

    SOMA MAKALA NZIMA YA KISWAHILI HAPA
     
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    na kwetu ni lini.
     
  13. Somoche

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    Huwa ninajiuliza sana haya Mambo ya hii Dunia...mnaosema auae kwa upanga nae atauliwa hivi hiyo methali inaapply na Ulaya na US ama ni Afrika tu?!! hivi kweli kwa akili zenu Waafrika sina shaka tuna laana mana si bure watu wazima kufurahia vifo vya watu 70000!!!! kama vile nyie hamtakufa yani mnatia kinyaa!!! hivi kama ww ndio ungekua Libya mama,dad,baba au mtoto wako akauliwa ungekua unasema haya?!!! halafu mnajificha kwenye uongo eti kauliwa na nguvu ya wananchi!!! kama sio akili za kikoloni( colonial mind) ni nini??!! hawa wajinga wa Ntc wana ndege za Drone wazitoe wapi?!!

    Ghadaff kauwawa kama mimi na nyie wote hakuna mmoja wetu hata hao Mashetani wa NATO waliomuua,amabao nyie mnasema ni walibya hawatakwepa umauti..tena bora yeye kaifia nchi yake akiitetea..shujaa lazima usimamie mambo yako na kauli zako..sasa mkae kimya hapa Tanzania tuendelee kuliwa manake mnawonea bure CCM..hamjui wanaogopa kuuliwa na hawa mambwa ya NATO?!!!

    Bush au Blair wameua mamilioni ya watu tangu nyuma huko mnathubutu kabisa kusema eti Libya itakua na amani sana...Iraq hali ikoje?!! kila leo watu wanauwawa na hilo halitaisha kamwe..Ghadaff alikua ameshakubali mabadiliko, akasema yuko tayari uchaguzi ufanyike akishindwa anakaa pembeni sasa nyie mnaofurahia kifo cha Kiongozi wa Libya nawashangaa sana..kwa damu ya watu zaidi ya 70 elf na majeruhi kibao!!!

    NAKULILIA KAMANDA WANGU KAKA KIONGOZI MZEE WANGU MUAMAR GHADAFF LALA KWA AMANI...SIKU MOJA TUTAONANA...
     
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    R.I.P Gadaffi
     
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    Hivi ile ishara ya wale askari baada ya kumuua Col.Muammar Gadaffi walikuwa wanamaanisha nini?
     
  16. Ngisibara

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    Next Al Bashir...Sudan???
     
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    Somoche punguza povu gadafi hakuwa kwenye mioyo ya wananchi wa libya maendeleo si vitu ni watu.
     
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    R.I.P Gadafi
     
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    Toka mwanzo la hili vuguvugu alijua yatamfika haya.
     
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    Rip my dear comrade!! Kwangu mimi wewe ni shujaa!! Na umekufa kishujaa. Truly libyans wanatambua hilo. You know what comrade its a matter of time, they also gonna die . **** usa, uk , france and their allies.
     
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