Mad Max is no m0re.Whether he is really mad or has been portrayed as such by the Western Media, we may nevber know.
Unfortunately the Islamic countries,especially King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia aligned with the US and killed the this idea as soon as it was born. Other Islamic countries followed suit.The US did the same when Nasser of Egypt tried the same.
The private Agenda of the Islamic rulers has been cleverly exploited by the US to succeed in its endeavors.
That all these rulers were dictators and ran a repressive Regime helped the US.
Opposition to these Dictators were self centered ,interested only in grabbing power rather than rebuilding the Nation.
Unless the Islamic countries realize that they need to keep their national interest foremost in their collective consciousness,these nations will remain Anarchic and continue to dance to the tune of the US.
The followers of Islam and the the leaders of these countries must not fritter away their energies in petty squabbling among themselves.
They should also ensure that Terrorism and Islamic Fundamentalism is nipped to ensure because it gives the US the lever to unleash attack on these countries.
The bane of dictatorship must also be done away with.
- WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT
- ‘Killer’ brandishes bloodied shirt and ring purportedly taken from Gaddafi
- New footage shows dictator being beaten in the moments after his capture
- Graphic footage from Freedom Group TV, a Libyan ‘citizen journalist’ outfit
- Videos emerge after new Libyan leader says he wanted Gaddafi taken alive
- Libyans spend a fourth day filing past tyrant’s battered body
- NTC form committee to investigate killing after pressure from allies
- Human rights groups claim to have found 53 loyalists in mass grave
The two videos have emerged the day after Libya’s new leader, prime minister Mahmoud Jibril, said he wished the hated despot was still alive to stand trial.
The apparent summary execution of Colonel Gaddafi last week has already stained the reputation of the new Libya, with international allies of the National Transitional Council (NTC) urging the new government to investigate.
Defence Secretary Philip Hammond said the reputation of the NTC had been ‘a little bit stained’ by the way the dictator died at the hands of his captors.
A series of graphic clips, some taken on mobile phones, have been broadcast around the world from the scene showing a wounded and bleeding Gaddafi being manhandled by fighters loyal to the NTC before being shot dead.
The images appear to dispel claims made by Libya’s new government that the former leader was killed by crossfire on the way to hospital.
Instead, they point to a frenzied execution surrounded by jeering rebels. Yesterday a post-mortem confirmed that he died from a gunshot to the head.