Clinton and Gates are wrong about Gaddafi: NATO Attacks are not good for Libya!

June 11, 2011

While the US Senate Presidential candidate Frederic Vidal is promoting the idea to organize a demonstration on the Mall, in Washington, to have the anti-segregation 28th amendment voted to impose  the improvement of immigrants, minorities and women rights, the PhD filmmaker and President of TIMEFRAMES LLC is planning a trip to Libya as soon as possible to meet the head of the State, Colonel Gaddafi in order to propose a definitive cease-of-fire between the belligerents and the NATO strikes replaced by a United Nations Peace force on location to promote a diplomatic solution and a political hope for a regime that is not enough understood as a possible future for our two Countries, the United States and Libya, sharing the same need of stability in the Middle-East.

The invitation to a Press Conference in Paris with the worldwide leaders supporting Qaddafi could followed to focus on the fact that the President of the United States must change his mind about Libya, his policy being the result of Defense Secretary, Robert Gates who was already the Bush one and the United States Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, wife of Bush predecessor, Bill Clinton and opponent to Obama at the Democratic Primary in 2008.

This triumvirate looking like a wrong team for the Nobel Peace Prize Barack Obama who deserves better than two members of the previous administrations to know what strategy is the best: the best is to organize a round table with the Arabian States concerned by a violent opposition against their government that could be hold in Geneva, Switzerland this Summer, to get the creation of Debate Commissions in each Country victim of a destabilization.


Frederic Vidal Network, France-America East-West Crusade, will distribute this communiqué to the American press and the international opinion leaders including the Middle-East governments this weekend of the 11th and 12th of June 2011.

Libyan leader Col Muammar Gaddafi.

Libyan leader Col Muammar Gaddafi.


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