US Marines on ground in Libya


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THAT FUCKING OBAMA LIED!!!! FUCKING COCKSUCKER!!!!! NO SOLDIERS MY WHITE ASS!!!!! i knew it,i just fucking new it.........ppfffftttt..............
typical lying ass politician! look you in the eyes and out-right lie!!! worthless.....


totally shitposter, with Dunning–Kruger effect
its about gaddafi..remember Lockerbie
ground has anything to do with the oil i think. but then again. this prob an act to avoid gaddafi's promise of a 'long war' , i mean come on u wont be able to take him down in his own country with just missiles. its not like afghan or iraq.the main target isnt running away,it is not a hunt. he's standing right there with his armory.

it is slightly more complicated than egypt and mubarak since the coalition involved. people was supporting the so called libyan rebels. n now they are supporting gaddafi lulz


totally shitposter, with Dunning–Kruger effect
i would like to see gaddafi's Amazonian Guard thou

The Amazonian Guard (also "the Amazons") is an unofficial name given by western journalists to an all-female elite cadre of bodyguards officially known as الراهبات الثوريات al-rahibat al-thawriyyat "The Revolutionary Nuns", and sometimes also unofficially called "the Green Nuns," tasked with protecting the leader of Libya, Muammar al-Gaddafi.

The group was formed in the early 1980s, after Gaddafi's official resignation as Libyan head of state in favour of the title of "Brotherly Leader and Guide of the First of September Great Revolution of the Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya". This came as a surprise, as Gaddafi was known for his misogynistic outbursts during the 1970s, and in his Green Book he had made clear that he saw the role of women confined to housekeeping and motherhood.

Gaddafi reportedly employed a cadre of female bodyguards because he believed that an Arab gunman would have difficulty firing at women. But it has also been submitted that Gaddafi's female bodyguards are in reality just an aspect of the dictator's well-known eccentric showmanship and his fondness of surrounding himself with young women.

Candidates for the Amazonian Guard undergo extensive firearms and martial arts training at a special academy, must take an oath of chastity, and must be hand-picked by Gaddafi himself. Members of this bodyguard are allowed privileges such as dressing in Western-style fatigues and wearing makeup, or displaying Western hair styles and high heels.
sounds sexy


You can google pics of his Amazonian guard. They are almost all butt ugly.

You want to fuck that shit? Not me.
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fuckin america protector of the free world good tho if they take over the countries oil supply ..we paying $1.50 a LITRE here in oz ..thats about $6 us ? fuck ...god bless america i mean , but if they wonder why they get 911ed ...well ?


totally shitposter, with Dunning–Kruger effect
they do look nasty.. i was imagining something else sigh

fuckin america protector of the free world good tho if they take over the countries oil supply ..we paying $1.50 a LITRE here in oz ..thats about $6 us ? fuck ...god bless america i mean , but if they wonder why they get 911ed ...well ?
really man?


In March 2005, Indonesia increased the price of gasoline and diesel by 29%, causing widespread protests. The price of gasoline was raised from Rp 1800 (US$0.20) per litre to Rp 2400 (US$0.25) per litre, while diesel rose from Rp 1650 (US$0.18) to Rp 2100 (US$0.23). Prices were increased again in October to Rp 4500 (US$0.48) a litre, an 87.5% rise, for gasoline, while diesel was increased to Rp 4300 (US$0.46), and kerosene, used for cooking, increased from Rp 700 (US$0.08) to Rp 2000 (US$0.22) per litre. The price increases came as oil prices threatened to increase the government's oil subsidy to US$14 billion per year, and caused further protests.
With oil reaching over US$145 a barrel, Indonesia further increased prices on May 24, 2008 to Rp 6000 (approx. US$0.65) per litre, and diesel to Rp 5500 (approx. US$0.60) per litre, while kerosene was raised to Rp 2500 (approx. US$0.28), moves which caused widespread protests.[16] In addition, it was suggested that private car owners, who are wealthy in Indonesian terms, would eventually be excluded from subsidies entirely, with the cheap fuel limited to public transport and motorcycles.
People have been encouraged to switch to LPG for cooking, as Indonesia is the world's largest exporter, whereas its oil industry is in decline, and it is now a net importer.

i can get 10litres with 5 US$