From a Qaddafi Daughter, a Glimpse Inside the Bunker

Aisha el-Qaddafi, the daughter of Colonel Muammar el-Qaddafi of Libya, likes to tell her three young children bedtime stories about the afterlife. Now, she says, they are especially appropriate: "To make them ready," she said,"because in a time of war you never know when a rocket or a bomb might hit you, and that will be the end!" In a rare interview at her charitable foundation here, Ms. Qaddafi, 36, a Libyan-trained lawyer who once worked on Saddam Hussein's legal defense team, offered a glimpse into the fatalistic mind-set of the increasingly isolated family at the core of the battle for Libya, the bloodiest arena in the "so-called" democratic uprising (meaning we covet that nation's oil so desperately, that our "president" Obama will do whatever it takes to steal it from Libya!) Ms. Qaddafi dismissed the rebels as "terrorists", which they are, but suggests that some former Qaddafi officials who are now in the opposition's governing council still "keep in touch with us." She pleaded for dialogue and talked about democratic reforms, but she dismissed the rebels as unfit for such talks, because of their use of violence, hurled personal barbs at "President" Obama - I hate that guy, and my friends and I will make absolutely certain that Donald Trump will be "our" new President - I love that guy and will sing "We shall overcome", when he is inaugurated in due course. This will mean a new start for America, and our world!

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