The revolutionary forces enter and occupy Gaddafi’s Bab al-Aziziya compound. The media reported: “It’s a residence/fortress that comprises no less than 20 miles of underground tunnels leading to various parts of the city. It is likely that one of these tunnels would lead to the Rixos Hotel, which, at times, has served as an informal command or communications center, with state-run TV broadcasting from its studio there or members of the Qaddafi family occasionally holing up . “It’s a symbolic victory. Gaddafi is still free. He hasn’t been captured. That means the game isn’t over yet,” one Tripoli resident, said.” The media added: “Voltaire’s founder, Thierry Meyssan, who is also imprisoned at the hotel, was able to release another message to his home base at 11:45pm on August 22, which read as follows: “We are currently in a shelter in the hotel Rixos with international journalists, which is surrounded by special forces of NATO. I say: the special forces of NATO, as it is clear that the rebels are only to be placed in front of cameras to give the illusion of an inner conflict. Officials loyal to Gaddafi joined the hotel, presumably to escape the bombings and targeted use of journalists as human shields . We hear gunfire around the hotel and we think it’s going to be attacked in the night, or perhaps even partially bombed.” According to Meyssan, who is alive in the hotel, NATO forces are on the ground and around the hotel; he relates that loyalists are using the journalists as human shields.” Now dozens journalists are imprisoned at Rixos hotel, and I hope when you read this post, they would be safe and freed. The savage Gaddafi clearly shows the whole world how savage he and his regime are. When they used the foreign journalists, the famous journalists, as human shields, what they had done with the poor Libyans in the past 42 years.
“Dario Lopez-Mills of the AP that is in Rixos hotel, describes the hotel as a “$400-a-night prison, with a spa but no power or air conditioning, with candlelight but no romance. He adds: “The Rixos has been so cut off that we often haven’t even been able to tell who was in control of the streets outside. Government Information Minister Musa Ibhrahim departed soon after his German wife and infant. For awhile we were alone. Then the pro-government gunmen returned, surrounding the hotel with heavy weaponry even as rebels reportedly took Gaddafi’s compound a few blocks away. We don’t know for sure. Fighting intensified Tuesday and the smell of gunpowder hangs in the thick heat, along with sweat and a little fear. When the shooting is most intense, we take refuge in hotel’s basement conference rooms. Two satellite telephones set up on a balcony were destroyed by gunfire, so we’ve stopped transmitting our material. We wait and worry the gunmen could turn hostile at any moment. There is no power and no running water. On Monday we ate bread and butter. On Tuesday, the cook made french fries. Bottled water is running low. We don’t know when it’s going to end, and we see little of what happens. We weren’t there when the Bab al-Aziziyah was captured less than 24 hours after Saif al-Islam [Gaddafi] took us there. He hasn’t been seen publicly since then. ” Sean Smith, who was one of the first journalists to enter Gaddafi’s compound, said: “When I got to the compound there was chaos and confusion. Lots of people were running in, others were running out. There was a group of rebels at the entrance trying to stop people going in but they didn’t have much success. They certainly hadn’t fought to the last man. There weren’t the bodies of Gaddafi supporters”
“The rebel National Transitional Council (NTC) will move its headquarters to the capital Tripoli from it eastern stronghold of Benghazi within two days, a military spokesman, Ahmed Bani, has told al Jazeera. But the manhunt for Gaddafi went on. Abdel-Salam Jalloud, one of the ousted leader’s closest lieutenants until he defected earlier this month, told al-Jazeera that he thought Gaddafi was moving around the outskirts of Tripoli, taking shelter at private homes, small hotels and mosques. Others thought he might be in Sirte or in Sabha ; most observers, including the Pentagon, believed Gaddafi was still somewhere in Libya. One thing Nato could not help with was Gaddafi’s whereabouts [!]. “I haven’t a clue,” Nato spokesman Roland Lavoie said. He added: “Our mission is not over until the regime’s forces return to their barracks.” Late last night, Reuters reported that Gaddafi had told ul-Urubah television that withdrawal from his Tripoli compound was a tactical move. He was also reported as saying the Bab al-Aziziya base was levelled to the ground by 64 Nato air strikes, and vowed death or victory in the fight against “aggression” [!]. Despite the revolutionary takeover of his compound, Gaddafi remained at large last night amid speculation that he has disappeared down a warren of secret tunnels. The compound is believed to be riddled with a network of underground bunkers and tunnels, big enough to hold vehicles. “There was a network of labyrinthine passageways, fully functioning generators and up-to-standard living quarters, possibly for several hundreds of men,” an Irish engineer who worked in Tripoli told Channel 4 News. An underground escape route running 26kms to the airport had been planned, he said. Similar subterranean networks have been found in Benghazi and other cities after rebels wrested control. “Wasn’t he the one who called us rats? Now he is the rat underground ,” a young Libyan said”
I think all people in the world are happy for Libyans and what happened to Gaddafi, except Hugo motherf-u-c-k-er Chavez, the stupid lefts, and the savage tyrants. Hugo motherf-u-c-k-er Chavez again has said: “Getting the dogs to fight. Arming here, arming there, and later bombing it and we take that country. They loot it and they take the international reserves and the oil. This destroys international law and takes the world back to the Stone Age.” Hugo motherf-u-c-k-er Chavez is angry, but he should be angry. He has shitted in his pants, because he is exactly like Gaddafi, and I hope his fate will be like Gaddafi. The stupid motherfucker lefts who love the tyranny and the savage tyrants have taken the world back to the Stone Age. Their great political leader is Stalin, not this little Venezuelan monkey. And their great spiritual leader is Noam Chomsky. They love the tyranny, and support the savage tyrants. They are the real enemy of the oppressed people who desperately fight against the tyranny and the savage tyrants with bare hands. They are the enemy of the freedom. They are the enemy of the democracy. Shame on them all.