samedi 27 août 2011

Mo'ammar Gaddafi was secretly in love with Condoleezza Rice!


While his family called her "Condi," Gaddafi Mo'ammar familiarly called her "Leezza".
        
"I support my beloved African woman. (...) I admire and am proud of how she relaxes and gives orders to the Arab leaders. Leezza, Leezza, Leezza (...) I like her very much. I admire and am proud of her, because she is a black woman of African origin "stated Colonel Gaddafi in 2007 in an interview with the pan-Arab channel Al-Jazeera.
        
In June 2005, she was severely criticized President Hosni Mubarak of requiring free, fair transparent elections. Which probably resulted Mo'ammar Gaddafi on reducing his program of acquiring and developing weapons of mass destruction and the payment of financial compensation for the bombing of Pan Am over Lockerbie in Scotland in 1988.
        
In 2008, as part of the normalization of relations between Washington and Tripoli, the former guide of the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Socialist People finally had the opportunity to meet the U.S. Secretary of State George W. Bush in Tripoli.
        
Visibly overwhelmed by the visit, the Libyan president had received the responsible of American diplomacy from 2005 to 2009 in the residence that was bombed by President Ronald Reagan in 1986 in retaliation for the disco bombing in West Berlin frequented by U.S. soldiers April 5, 1986, attributed to Libya.
         On this occasion Mo'ammar Gaddafi, visibly happy, wearing a large scarf in the colors of Africa, had addressed to her, calling tenderly "Leezza," while her close aides employed instead of "Condi" for the challenge.
        
During this official visit, Gaddafi had covered Condoleezza Rice symbolic gifts: a diamond ring, a lute, a gold medallion enclosing her picture and an autographed copy of his « Green Book ».
         Value of gifts that usually end up outlined in the presidential library or in a common warehouse: 212,000 USD (147,000 Euros). U.S. authorities are not entitled to keep official gifts offered by foreign leaders.
        
U.S. Secretary had received in November 2005, a necklace valued at petal motifs 170,000 dollars of its Saudi counterpart, Prince Saud al-Faisal.
        
She had also received in 2007 from other Arab leaders lavish gifts including a dress full of emeralds and diamonds - necklace, bracelet, earrings and ring - valued at some 147 000 dollars, King Abdullah II of Jordan and a similar dress, this time adorned with rubies and diamonds, valued at 165,000 dollars of King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia.
        
In August 2011, storming the headquarters of Qaddafi, the rebels made a surprising discovery in one of the buildings: an album full of pictures of his "dear" Condoleezza Rice.
        
The photo album found Wednesday in the stronghold of Bab al-Azizia in Tripoli contained several photographs of Condoleezza Rice.          Requested by the Associated Press, the former secretary of state, once nicknamed "Warrior Princess" did not return calls.
        
When contacted by The Associated Press, former Secretary of State did not return calls.
         Asked about it, the spokesman for the State Department in Washington, Victoria Nuland did not hide his disgust: "I do not need to see the photos. They describe well the behavior of most of the time Gaddafi. It's not a surprise to me. But it's weird and deeply scary, if it is as you described it, "she said.

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