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Billy1944
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« on: August 12, 2011, 12:16:25 AM »

 Two Thumbs Brother Leader Moamar Gadhafi has always promoted African unity at all African Union sessions. He has many times called for an United States of Africa;(though I prefer a Republic of Africa)
and a million man African military force. Both of these are highly commendable and Africans should consider the pursuit of it all. However, let's give it a new twist - Brother Gadhafi ought to give NATO what it wishes for and resign from the leadership of Libya and become the fulltime head of the African Union where he can bring his ideals to fruitition.  Shocked
Now, let's really get things interesting and let Minister Louis Farrakhan become either the President or Prime Minister of Libya.Two Thumbs Should something like this happen, then the Minister would show all the other African Presidents how they show relate to African and Caribbean Americans. We all would be uplifted truly by our own bootstraps. After all, Africa is for Africans- why should NATO or any other Euro tell us who our leaders should be; especially not these newbies like Sarkozy and Cameron. Death to NATO
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