Gaddafi Defends Obama’s Kenyan Descent And Islamic Roots

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In this rare interview shot in February 2010 – less than two years before he was assassinated on October 20, 2011 while hiding in a culvert – Muammar Gaddafi is questioned by reporter George Negus on many topics including terrorism, Palestine and Israel, the Lockerbie bombing, President Obama and more.

Beginning at 11 min 58 sec, Muammar Gaddafi defends the Kenyan descent and Muslim roots of Barack Husein Obama:

Negus: Do you feel any better about America since Obama has been elected president?
Gaddafi: Of course, Obama without a doubt is an exceptional case. But America is America. Obama’s term is for a maximum of eight years.
Negus: But do you think he should stay forever?
Gaddafi: I wish, yes.
Negus: Why do you think he is an exception?
Gaddafi: His approach, his cultural influence, and his race, being a black African.
Negus: So you think his Kenyan descent is important?
Gaddafi: Of course. He has even Arab and Islamic roots. And thus his mentality is different to that of the Yankees.
Negus: A lot of Yankees and a lot of Americans generally would be very upset to be reminded that he has Islamic roots.
Gaddafi: Why are they concerned? You see, they are racist.
Negus: Could you work with the man?
Gaddafi: Of course.
Negus: Could you imagine him coming to your country?
Gaddafi: Not necessary, but it would be good. I’m not asking him to come but if it happens, it would be good.


 
Gaddafi Interview (2010): Colonel Gaddafi, former premiere of Libya, is questioned on many topics including terrorism, Palestine and Israel, the Lockerbie bombing, President Obama and more. https://www.journeyman.tv/film/5884

Gaddafi tells presenter George Negus he’s always merely represented the will of the people. “For 40 years I have not been the ruler, the authority has been with the people,” says Gaddafi calmly. Surrounded by security guards and local TV crews in a library of his military compound, which was bombed by the Americans back in 1986, Gaddafi gives an air of quiet confidence. He continues to deny responsibility in the Lockerbie bombing and advocates a one-state solution to the Israel and Palestine conflict. He also comments on Libya’s nuclear program, and shares his opinions on terrorism and democracy. Quizzed by Negus about his softened image, Gaddafi responds that “It is the world that has changed.”

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