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Gaddafi kwaheri

Discussion in 'JF Chit-Chat' started by Giddy Mangi, Aug 22, 2011.

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    Giddy Mangi JF-Expert Member

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    Peoples Power this is an end of Gaddafi.JK WATCHOUT
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    malipula JF-Expert Member

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    Too early to say that...
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    Angel Msoffe JF-Expert Member

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    mi nampenda sn gaddafi sitaki wala citapenda auwawe.
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    Somoche JF-Expert Member

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    Tumia akili kufikiria utofautishe Nguvu ya Umma na Nguvu ya Nato..
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    Kimbweka JF-Expert Member

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    Mtoa Mada: Naomba unijulishe ni kosa gani Ghadafi aliwafanyia wananchi wake wakati akiwa Rais wao!!!
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    KAPONGO JF-Expert Member

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    Out of context!! Gadaffi is being unseated jointly by colonial western allies..and the reason having an an-shaken stand in defence of his countries resources and national and regional interests!!!.. His empowerment policy which the states commit itself in the free- provinsion of basic social ammenities like health and education to all its citizen was an eye sore to serikali za kibepari na kibeberu.

    ATUGLORY Senior Member

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    To the contrary, it is also an eye sore to a sizeable no of Libyans (e.g those who belong in a victorious opposition camp) and Yes it is an eye sore to me and most obviously to all freedom loving folks, The same people who allowed Gaddaffi to rule over them for a good 42 years have at Last determined to let gadaffi know in practical terms that the end has come for his reign of terror. As for the so called "provision of basic social ammenities'' you will do better to remind yourself that the oil revenues used to pay such bills belongs to the same libyan people, and now that they have determined that there is a better way to allocate their God given resources, e.g through a democratically elected government which will periodically be held accountable by the people on the ballot box, who is you to protest agains such a noble movement!! And by the way who Gave gaddafi, his family and co-horts an incostenstible right to rule the Libyan people forever??