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Gaddafis Ende?

 

Gaddafi ist nach Gerüchten, die in diesen Minuten auf Al-Jazeera kursieren, auf dem Weg nach Venezuela. Auch wenn das nicht stimmen sollte: einleuchtend ist die Vorstellung schon. Chavez und Gaddafi, das odd couple der Weltpolitik. Die beiden verdienen einander.

Aus dem Grünen Buch die Passage zur Frage, wie man gewaltlos gesellschaftlichen Wandel organisieren kann (während Gaddafis Schergen immer noch scharf schießen):

HOW DOES SOCIETY
           READJUST ITS
       DIRECTION IN CASE OF
      DEVIATION FROM ITS LAW?
                  

  If an instrument of governing is
dictatorial, as in political systems in
the world today, the society's vigilance
towards deviation from law will have
only one way to gain readjustment.
That is violence, which means revolu-
tion against the instrument of gov-
erning. This violence or revolution,
even if it is an expression of the feeling
of the society against deviation, is not
carried out by the whole society. It is
undertaken only by those who have the
initiative and boldness to proclaim the
will of the society. However, this
approach is the way to dictatorship, for
this revolutionary initiative increases
the opportunity for an instrument of
governing, representative of the peo-
ple, to arise. This means that the
instrument of governing is still dictato-
rial. Moreover, violence and change by
force are themselves undemocratic,

                  [39]


although they take place as a result of
the existence of a previous undemocra-
tic situation. The society that is still
entangled around this resultant is a
backward society. What, then, is the
solution?
  The solution is for the people to be
the instrument of governing from
basic popular congresses to the Gener-
al People's Congress. The government
administration is abolished and re-
placed by people's committees. The
General People's Congress should be a
national congress where basic popular
congresses, people's administrative
committees, unions, syndicates and all
professional associations come
together. If a deviation from the socie-
ty's law takes place under this system,
it should be dealt with through a demo-
cratic revision rather than by force.
This is not a process of voluntary
choice of the method of change or of
treatment, rather it is an inevitable
result of the nature of such a democra-
tic system. In such a case, there is no
outside group against which violent
action may be directed or which may
be held responsible for deviation.

301 Kommentare

  1.   docaffi

    “Chavez und Gaddafi, das odd couple der Weltpolitik. Die beiden verdienen einander.”

    Chavez, Gaddafi und Ahmadinejad, das sind das odd triple der Weltpolitik.

  2.   Bergpalme

    Aha, ein Zitat aus Sure 39.

    Da drngt sich einem doch direkt die Frage auf, ist das Grüne Buch nicht auch irgendwie ein Archetypus der Entstehung einer Religion? Immerhin hat Gaddafi der Prophet (das ÖL habe ihn selig) ja seine Abkömmlinge schon Islam genannt. Schnurbart wachsen, Kamel mit sich rumtreiben, in Zelten konferieren, Leute mas[s]akrieren, Foltern, einkerkern, Stämme umheben, das Tribus leben, Öl halal, Westen haram, Bomben in Flugzeug helau. Wo man das alles nicht schon mal gehört und gelesen und erfahren hat? Juden überall und unterm Teppich. Da hat der libysche Prophet doch sicher auch was drüber gekritzelt oder?

    Im Grunde alles Rituale, die man prototheologisch nennen könnte. Yuahehehehe.

  3.   FreeSpeech

    Hätten Sie das vor einem Monat erwartet? Ich nicht.

  4.   Thomas Holm

    Lt. AJE greifen Marine und Luftwaffe in die Aufstandsbekämpfung ein; einzelne lib. Flieger setzen sich nach Malta ab. Ägypten sollte dahingehend unterstützt werden, in Libyen zu intervenieren.

  5.   N. Neumann

    Immerhin hat Gaddafi der Prophet (das ÖL habe ihn selig) ja seine Abkömmlinge schon Islam genannt.

    @ Bergpalme

    Genauer, was Ihnen sehr gut gefallen müsste:

    Seif (Saif) al-Islam = Schwert (oder: Säbel) des Islam.

    Wobei es wohl seinen Grund hat, dass nicht Hannibal die gestrige Rede gehalten hat, die wäre dann noch deutlich weniger anschlussfähig ausgefallen.

  6.   N. Neumann

    Was macht überhaupt Tayyip Bey?

    The main opposition leader has criticized the Turkish prime minister for being silent on the violence in Libya, saying he is “doing well by the award” given to him Nov. 30 by Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi.

    Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan received the Kadhafi International Prize for Human Rights from the Libyan leader in Istanbul. In remarks made at the time, Erdoğan said: “You can be sure this award, which I take in the name of my country and nation more [than] my own, will encourage our struggle for human rights on a regional and global scale.”

    http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/n.php?n=opposition-criticize-erdogan-getting-gadhafi8217s-prize-2011-02-21

  7.   marriex

    @ NN

    Bist mir grad zuvorgekommen. Aber Erdogan ist doch ein Guter!

  8.   Andreas Wetter

    Das Gerücht mit Venezuela gab’s schon gestern Abend/Nacht. Derweil werden Protestierende aus der Luft bombardiert.
    Und Sohnemann drohte gestern im TV “Nach uns kommt die Sinnflut” (bzw. der Einmarsch der Amis/Europäer).



  9. 5:40pm: Two civilian helicopters, followed by two Libyan fighter jets, have landed in Malta. Only one of at least seven passengers are reported to be carrying passports. All passengers are currently being held by immigration officials.

    7:39pm: Karl Stagno-Novarra, Al Jazeera’s correspondent in Malta, reports the pilots of the jet fighters that landed there are “senior colonels”, who were ordered to bomb protesters. They refused and have defected to Malta, he said.

    7:45pm: The defected pilots reportedly tell Maltese officials they were based in Tripoli and ordered to attack protesters on the ground in Benghazi. After seeing their fellow pilots begin the airstrikes, they diverted course toward Malta. If substantiated, this would appear to confirm the use of airstrikes against civilian protesters in cities around the country.

    http://blogs.aljazeera.net/middle-east/2011/02/17/live-blog-libya

  10.   Bergpalme

    ” Erdoğan received the Kadhafi International Prize for Human Rights from the Libyan leader in Istanbul

    Was’n Truppenwitz.

    Haste Recht, NN, gefällt außerordentlich: Saebel des Islam, Yuahehehehe.