“can the ethiopian change his skin or the leopard his spots? then
may ye also do good, that are accustomed to do evil”
jeremiah king james version
Just take a gander at the leaders of the so called Libyan Rebellion. We have Mahmoud Jibril, the “Head of Government”, who had been ensconced as Chairman of Qaddafi’s National Economic Board enjoying all the privileges and perquisites that that post afforded and oil money would buy. Mustafa Abdel-Jalil, Chairman of the Council, was Muammar’s Minister of Justice, a minister who had turned a blind eye to justice for decades. Ali Tarhouni is listed as finance minister, a man who had abandoned his country and its people since 1974, now hell bent on unfreezing
’s billions and managing them in a time of turmoil. Will he hew to the straight and narrow or will he succumb to money’s siren song? Time will tell. Libya
Don’t forget Khalifa Hifter, another exile from the
, a former top military officer in Qaddafi’s war in United States who promptly appointed himself as the supreme rebel field commander. He opposed General Abdul Fattah Younes, Qaddafi’s fast friend and his Minster of the Interior, murdered under murky circumstances after being summoned to Chad by the Council. Benghazi
Last, but not least is Ali al-Essawi, the Executive Branch Deputy, a former Ambassador and Qaddafi’s Minister of Economy, Trade and Investment until 2007.
From the safety of the sidelines cheering the rebels on are Ali Suleiman Aujali until recently Qaddafi’s Ambassador to the
, now espousing the rebel cause, and Ibrahim Omar Al Dabashi, United States ’s Ambassador to the United Nations also serving two masters. Libya
Leopards have white spots.
’s opportunistic leopards all have black spots, black evil spots galore. Do you readily believe that those who are accustomed to do evil will now do good? I, for one, do not. Libya
Since this site embraces and supports on line gambling, we are accepting all bets, 10 to 1 odds, that
will have just another corrupt regime in place in six months, any takers? Libya