Monday, February 21, 2011

gaddafi flees libya, gives 15-second 'speech' amid uprising

gaddafi flees libya, gives 15-second 'speech' amid uprisingfrom raw replay: As his government increasingly fell out beneath him, 41-year Libyan dictator Muammar al-Gaddafi struggled to keep projecting an image of power. After a day of rumors about whether he was still in the country, he was said to be planning a major speech Monday, but then appeared on state television for approximately 15 seconds, merely to claim that he was in Tripoli. This video is from Al Jazeera English, broadcast Feb. 22, 2011.

developing libyan updates:
2,000 reported killed in benghazi, 1,000 in tripoli*

libya air raids death toll hits 1,000*
video: highest gas prices in feb since '90, attributed to libyan turmoil*
gaddafi says protesters are on hallucinogenic drugs*

related geopolitikal updates:
greece: 30,000 attend mass rally, which turns violent*
athens riots erupts as greek protesters set policemen on fire*
volcanoes, weather, food, revolutions, hdtv & the copycat effect*
bahrain royal family orders army to turn on the people*
george soros & egypt's new constitution*

related warwhores updates:
great american war machine rolls on under obama*
US companies sold $247b in weapons last year*
military to investigate claim psy-ops was used to influence US senators*

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