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Ukrainian Love Galyna Kolotnytska Viral Photo of Natalia

Posted Saturday 26 February 2011 - 20:53:08

Well we all know how gullible people are in these shaky times. They simply believe whatever is rammed down their throats by the powers that be. Look at the reports on Libya and any announcement before that.

I am still trying to get over US Treasury secretary Geithner's pronouncement that the economy is all good and won't be hurt by $100 plus oil prices. Apparently the central banks now how to deal with he said.

Enough of that the latest viral lie isn't a bad one really it is the picture doing the rounds of Galyna Kolotnytska, the great Gaddafi's lover. The picture is actually of a Single Ukrainian Lady - Natalia from Melitopol, Ukraine from a web site called heavenly hearts. Now there is a pun in there somewhere I am sure.


She is 34, single and loves dancing, shaping and traveling (wonder if Tripoli is on the agenda?)

She describes her personality as "serious, confident, calm, purposeful, smart, responsible, honest, loyal, elegant, sociable, sensitive, gentle, optimistic, considered,i am tender, sincere, sociable lady"

I did notice that her preferred Partner Age is 35-69 so the great Gaddafi is in with a shot, well assuming he makes it out with his gold and legs intact.

Check out our earlier story with the real Galyna Kolotnytska

Heres the link for the lovely Natalie

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