Moammar Gadhafi is dead. As warfare expanded into Gadhafi’s last stronghold, the town of Surt, American airstrikes paved the way from NATO and Libyan groundforces to take the city by storm. With the massive onslought of US lead forces, Gadhafi tried to flee the city in his stealthy convoy.
But sophisticated United States satellites were able to easily track Gadhafi’s fleeing caravan and immediately ordered another airstrike to cripple the convoy and destroy any roads that could be used to flee. This act enabled Libyan groundforces to persue Gadhafi and take the matter into their own hands.
In an epic firefight, Gadhafi’s terrorists fell to the Libyan rebels, a scene playing out like a sandy version of America’s Revolutionary War. This great moment in Libyan history, where Democracy is finally taking root in this Islamic nation that has long yearned for peace, is being greatly celebrated.
In shots from Tripoli, chefs from restaurants can be seen dancing in the street. College students in Libya are sporting ball caps with their nation’s star and crescent symbol embroidered, the hats sitting at angles no different than seen in youth’s on The Jersey Shore. The nation is primed for freedom and this US lead war in Libya shows that freedom is needed in the Middle East.
President Bush warned the dictators of the Middle East that dictators would fall. The Arab League asked President Obama to please help the citizens of Libya overthrow Gadhafi. And with our air power, and command of Nato forces, we have helped this great nation achieve a goal of freedom.
Peace and blessings to you, Libya. Today is your day of freedom. Enjoy it and come forward with us in Democratic brotherhood.
WARNING: THE FOLLOWING PHOTO IS A DEATH PHOTO OF GAHDAFI’S DEAD BODY