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Putin Accuses US In Murder Of Gaddafi By AFP Russia's Vladimir Putin implicated Washington today in the killing of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi and launched a tirade against Senator John McCain in an extraordinary attack on US policies.

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http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article29991.htm

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Putin Accuses US In Murder Of Gaddafi

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December 15, 2011 "AFP" -- Russia’s Vladimir Putin implicated Washington today in the killing of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi and launched a tirade against Senator John McCain in an extraordinary attack on US policies.

The Russian premier used his annual televised phone-in to unleash the type of no-holds-barred attack that characterised his 2000-2008 term as president and threatens to shadow his expected return to the Kremlin in March polls.

Turned stone-faced

Putin turned stone-faced when asked about a tweet from McCain — one of Washington’s fiercest critics of Putin — warning Russia it faced an “Arab spring” revolt over the disputed December 4 parliamentary elections.

“Mr McCain fought in Vietnam. I think that he has enough blood of peaceful citizens on his hands. It must be impossible for him to live without these disgusting scenes anymore,” Putin said.

“Who did this?” Putin said in reference to Gaddafi. “Drones, including American ones.

“They attacked his column. Then using the radio — through the special forces, who should not have been there — they brought in the so-called opposition and fighters, and killed him without court or investigation.”

The Pentagon immediately dismissed the charge as “ludicrous”.

“The assertion that US special operations forces were involved in the killing of Colonel Gaddafi is ludicrous,” spokesman Captain John Kirby told AFP on the sidelines of US Defence Secretary Leon Panetta’s visit to Iraq.

“We did not have American boots on the ground in the Libya operation. All our support was done through the air and on the seas.”

Russia had initially allowed Nato’s air campaign in Libya to go ahead by abstaining in a UN Security Council vote. But it then vehemently criticised a campaign that Putin at one stage compared to a Western “crusade”. (AFP)
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Post by godsfool713 Thu Dec 15, 2011 7:30 pm

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I think this is Great!!

and Gaddafi was asking the same thing ,

but it was on John F. Kennedy death in front of.....



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Post by DevaronDLH Thu Dec 15, 2011 8:06 pm

I always did not understand why the American people actually believed that one man (Lee H. Oswald) was able to kiil a president who was surrounded with top security and from the distance he was at in relation to the caravan. Nope, it always did sound like a lie and it still does.
Who benefited from the death of JFK? Follow the money, or follow the power and you will find your true killer.
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I think Putin is Right McCain and all of them are NUTS.... the World is sick of this insanity!!

and america sleep Sleep Sleep Sleep



McCain Tweets Putin: ‘Dear Vlad, Is It Something I Said?’
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(CNSNews.com) – Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) used his Twitter account Thursday to once again tweak Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin:

“Dear Vlad, is it something I said?” McCain tweeted. The tweet linked to the Associated Press report saying that an angry Putin had called McCain “nuts.”

Putin’s “nuts” comment came in response to another tweet that McCain sent out on Dec. 5: “Dear Vlad, The #ArabSpring is coming to a neighborhood near you,” McCain tweeted. That tweet linked to a Wall Street Journal article reporting that Putin’s United Russie party lost a large number of seats in the Duma, Russia’s lower house of Parliament.

“Mr. McCain was captured in Vietnam and they kept him not just in prison, but in a pit for several years,” Putin was quoted as saying. “Anyone (in his place) would go nuts.”

Putin made the comments on Russian TV Thursday in an appearance addressing his party’s weaker-than-expected showing in national elections.

McCain has been a vocal critic of Putin’s domination of Russian politics, saying that his long tenure at the top amounted to “backsliding” away from democracy.

In a floor statement on Dec. 7, Sen. McCain again likened protests over the Duma election to the “Arab Spring” anti-authoritarian protests that have rocked the Arab world for most of the year.

“Throughout this year, I have said that the demand for dignity and justice and democracy that is shaking the Arab world to its foundations will not be confined to that one region alone. It will spread. It will inspire others,” McCain said.

“And it appears that message may be resonating with people in Russia. We should hope that it does resonate, and resonate in a peaceful manner, because we agree with a growing number of Russians who clearly believe that they deserve better.”

Putin, in response to these criticisms, accused McCain of having “blood” on his hands because of his service as a fighter pilot and his support for the international effort to remove Libyan dictator Muammar Gadhafi: “He has a lot of blood of peaceful civilians on his hands. He must relish and can't live without the disgusting, repulsive scenes of the killing of Gadhafi,” Putin said.

McCain laughed off Putin’s insults in an interview with Fox News on Thursday.

McCain has said he does not oppose engagement with Russia, and he has noted the Obama administration’s “sincerity and diligence” in trying to improve relations between the two countries.

“I would simply ask, what has been accomplished? What has been the result of the Administration’s good-faith desire for a so-called reset of relations with Russia?” McCain said on Dec. 7. “The answer, I’m afraid, is preciously little. Yes, there have been some areas of progress, but even those minor steps may now be getting rolled back.”



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