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viernes, 26 de agosto de 2011

Ex-tirano y ex-ministros -Amor platónico

Sergey Ponomarev / AP
Rebel fighters look through a photo album they found inside Moammar Gadhafi's compound on August 24.
muamar al gadafi y su album
el ex ministro de Asuntos Exteriores canadiense Peter McKay,
el ex ministro de Exteriores Británico Jack Straw y
el ex ministro de Asuntos Exteriores italiano Massimo D'Alema
Gaddafi’s compound: Condoleeza Rice photos, teddy bears and bunkers (Photos)

Muammar Qadhafi obsessed with Condoleezza Rice?

The Washington Post described the first encounter between Rice and Qaddafi--a private late-night dinner to break the Ramadan fast in a tent at his now-looted Bab al-Azizia compound--in the most romantic of terms.
The strong scent of incense hung heavy in the air.
There, standing in a corner as still as a wax statue, was the leader.
Gaddafi wore a simple white cotton robe and a black Libyan fez, which covered part of his flowing hair. His robe was accented by a brooch in the shape of Africa and a striking colored slash decorated with shapes of Africa. He also wore a pair of highly polished black shoes.
Gaddafi appeared to be the epitome of cool, tall and distinguished, no longer the "mad dog" of the Reagan years.
Reporters and cameramen jockeyed for position and filled the tiny room. Gaddafi remained still and somber, though his face lit up when he saw Rice. Many devout Muslim men do not shake the hands of women, and when Rice approached, Gaddafi simply placed his right hand over his chest, a traditional and respectful welcome.
 "The hot gossip in Washington is that Condoleezza Rice might have a new boyfriend. Secretary of State Rice is being linked to Canada's Foreign Minister, Peter MacKay. It's gotta be awkward dating a fellow diplomat. Like today, MacKay had to promise Condi he would get permission from the U.N. before he invaded her." --Jay Leno

"Actually, I heard that she was trying to learn the Canadian national anthem. They were alone in a room and she was heard going, 'Oh, Canada. Oh, oh, Canada.'" --Jay Leno

"Condoleezza Rice is apparently dating a Canadian politician. It's a proud day for Canada. They're the first nation to put a man on Condoleezza." --David Letterman

"It's rumored in Washington that Condoleezza Rice has a new boyfriend. Allegedly, he's Canada's Foreign Minister, Peter MacKay. Since he's a diplomat and he visits her at the White House, he has to have a Secret Service code name. Do you know what his Secret Service code name is? 'Captain Kirk.' You know why they call him that? Because he's going where no man has gone before." --Jay Leno

"It's been reported that Condoleezza Rice is dating a high level Canadian diplomat. Sources say you can tell because Rice has an extra bounce in her step and is giggling a lot as she prepares for the invasion of Iran."
Condoleezza Rice and Jack Straw
[*] RICE: Good afternoon.
I'm very pleased to welcome my colleague, my new colleague, Foreign Minister D'Alema of Italy. We have just had a very excellent and extensive discussion of the many issues that Italy and the United States are tackling together.
Italy and the United States, of course, share an alliance. We share values. We share friendship and ties of kinship, as well. And it is from that basis that we have had an excellent relationship and will continue to have an excellent relationship concerning the many challenges in places like Afghanistan, the Middle East, Iraq. We recently were together at a meeting on Somalia.
And so this is truly a global partnership, and I look very much forward to continuing to work with my colleague as we pursue policies to help people who have aspirations for liberty and freedom around the world and to contribute to peace and stability worldwide.
Massimo, welcome. And I look forward to continuing to work with you.
D'ALEMA: Thank you. Thank you, Condoleezza.
D'ALEMA (THROUGH TRANSLATOR): Thank you very much, Madam Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice.
Thank you also for authorizing to call you Condoleezza. That's really a great honor for me and a pleasure as well.

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