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A job for Gaddafi
President Obama can appoint Gaddafi as his special Ambassador for African and Middle East. Gaddafi can make his first trip to Sudan, where will apologize for any misunderstandings and then inform the leadership that Oba ma has sent them a personal letter contains a long list of reasons why it is becoming too dangerous for moving ahead with the planned separation into two separate states. Gaddafi shall convey to Sudan's leaders Obama's concept that Sudan's partition will be the earthquake that will spawn a Middle East Tsunami as various states, led by the Kurdish swine and backstopped by the Iranian swine, seek to create new states even at the expense of regional stability. He advised Sudan against approaching Obama again with another request for South Sudan state. Gaddafi should advise Sudan, as he will advise the Kurds in his next stop, that Gaddafi lost his new employee good will with Obama because Gaddafi refused to accept Obama's refusal to make an exception to his prohibition against any new state, including a Palestinian state. Gaddafi finally obtained an assurance from Obama that the Palestinian window “was still open,” provided the Kurds would suspend the Kurdish-Iranian push for a new state of Iraqi Kurdistan. Finally, Gaddafi informed Sudan of his second portfolio was to enhance security cooperation between the Maghreb states.
- Scott Sullivan
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