Posts Tagged ‘Muammar al-Gaddafi’

AFP, via Allvoices, via Little Richardjohn on Twitter. A Serbian Facebook page in support of Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi which has gathered more than 46,000 “likes” was set up by an ultranationalist movement, its administrator said Thursday. “It’s all simply about support to Libyan people defending their independence,” administrator Igor Marinkovic of the minority extreme nationalist […]


Two great posts at John Eden’s fantastic Uncarved Blog. Colonel Gaddafi’s Kentucky Fried Britain On the 1986 occupation of Gaddafi’s London HQ. An extract: Hopefully Gaddafi will be gone by the time this post goes live. I certainly won’t miss him, but I will grudgingly admit that he brought a certain erratic charm to international politics. […]


Read these two posts by Louis Proyect: “Qaddafi and the Left” and “Qaddafi and the Monthly Review” (re-posted at Kasama). The complexities of imperialism and anti-imperialism: Andrew Coates reviews Mark Curtis on the British state and Islamism; Shiraz Socialist on Gadafi’s “anti-imperialist” friends. Also: Carl Packman: Gaddafi’s socialist supporters His authoritarian dictatorship of the last forty years should spell out […]