He also suggested that those who caused “mass murder” in Iraq be tried; defended the right of the Taliban to establish an Islamic emirate; wondered whether swine flu was cooked up in a laboratory as a weapon; and demanded a thorough investigation of the assassinations of John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King.This same guy would be called a 'birther' if he lived here. There was also a controversy about pitching his Bedouin tent in the front yard of one of Trump's mansions:
He offered to move the United Nations headquarters to Libya because leaders coming here had to endure jet lag and because the understandable security against another attack on New York by Al Qaeda was too stringent. And he repeated his longstanding proposal that Israel and the Palestinian territories be combined into one state called Isratine.
She did not immediately respond to e-mailed questions about what Trump knew and how he felt about a Gadhafi tent on his land.All of this occurred after the al-Megrahi debacle, which we've learned was likely a quid pro quo about oil. Dictator coddling could be quite lucrative.
Bedford officials — who learned the tent had been pitched on Tuesday — grew impatient with the real estate titan. Before the tent was dismantled at about 4:45 p.m., town attorney Joel Sachs said Trump's people were not cooperating.
It certainly appears Trump knowingly made the deal to put Moammar up on his estate. After all, it's almost impossible to believe he could get hornswaggled over something like this, being the Donald and such. Maybe he had visions of that old song "Midnight at the Oasis", who knows.
Then we have the stories about Farrakhan and Wright's visit to Libya and other apparently strange connections. There are even rumors that Khalid al-Mansour worked with Quedaffy at the 2007 8th African
Now we learn that several Harvard professors were getting a stipend for helping the dictator through a contractor:
But the 22-page proposal for a book on Khadafy was written by Monitor Group, a Cambridge-based consultant firm founded by Harvard professors. The management consulting firm received $250,000 a month from the Libyan government from 2006 to 2008 for a wide range of services, including writing the book proposal, bringing prominent academics to Libya to meet Khadafy “to enhance international appreciation of Libya’’ and trying to generate positive news coverage of the country.Long long ago presidential brother and cartoon figure Billy Carter had some dealings and took some money from Moammar as well. Seems a lot of people have been in the pockets of this thug over the years. Wonder who is secretly hoping the revolution fails?