I know, this video is already old (June 11), but it is interesting to watch it now that Obama has been elected.
Mu’ammar Al-Qaddafi: “It has been proven that there is no democracy in [the U.S.]. Rather, it is a dictatorship no different than the dictatorships of Hitler, Napoleon, Mussolini, Genghis Khan, Alexander the Great, and the rest of the tyrants. [here he is channeling Rev. Wright and Bernardine Dohrn]
… “There are elections in America now. Along came a black citizen of Kenyan African origins, a Muslim, who had studied in an Islamic school in Indonesia. His name is Obama. [interesting how Gaddafi considers Obama to be a Muslim]
“All the people in the Arab and Islamic world and in Africa applauded this man. They welcomed him and prayed for him and for his success, and they may have even been involved in legitimate contribution campaigns to enable him to win the American presidency.” [it looks like it was really easy to make fraudulent contributions via Obama’s website]
… “But we were taken by surprise when our African Kenyan brother [Obama], who is an American national, made statements that shocked all his supporters in the Arab world, in Africa, and in the Islamic world. [i.e. Obama said some things that Gaddafi did not like]
“We hope that this is merely an elections ‘clearance sale,’ as they say in Egypt – in other words, merely an elections lie. As you know, this is the farce of elections – a person lies and lies to people, just so that they will vote for him, and afterwards, when they say to him, ‘You promised this and that,’ he says: ‘No, this was just elections propaganda.’ This is the farce of democracy for you. He says: ‘This was propaganda, and you thought I was being serious. I was fooling you to get your votes.’ [Here Gaddafi might be for once right.]
… “Kennedy was killed [by Israelis] because he insisted on the monitoring of the Dimona [nuclear] plant. This image was undoubtedly on Obama’s mind. He undoubtedly wanted to talk about this [i.e. the need to monitor Dimona], but decided not to.”[…]
… “The thing we fear most is that the black man suffers from an inferiority complex. This is dangerous. If our brother Obama feels that because he is black he doesn’t have the right to rule America, this would be a disaster, because such a feeling would make him act whiter than the white, and go to an extreme in his persecution and degradation of the blacks.
… “We are still hoping that this black man will take pride in his African and Islamic identity, and in his faith, and that [he will know] that he has rights in America, and that he will change America from evil to good, and that America will establish relations that will serve it well with other peoples, especially the Arabs.”