“The African Union refused to recognized the National Transitional Council (NTC) in Libya at a meeting in Ethiopia. It called for an inclusive government that involved officials from Gaddafi’s side [!!] . Many African nations have long ties with Gaddafi, including South Africa, and the AU has had difficulty taking a unanimous stand. The AU’s snub highlights the influence ousted Gaddafi had on the AU, given that he was one of the continental group’s main bankrollers and had provided lavish sums to several African leaders”, the media reported. South African shit, Jacob Zuma is a real bastard, a real African Baboon. “Fighting is still going on. That is the reality,” said Zuma, who chairs the AU committee on Libya. “We can’t say this is a legitimate (government) now.” The AU and all bastard leaders of Africa, show their true colors again. As we said before, they have supported all savage dictators of Africa, and Gaddafi is not the first case. They have worked with all savage African tyrants from Omar Al-Bashir and Sese Seko to Gaddafi and Idi Amin. The story of the savage Idi Amin, a close friend of Gaddafi, whose brutality and disregard for the rule of law led to hundreds of thousands of deaths in Uganda, is very interesting. Ugandans who criticized Amin or whom the government considered potentially dangerous to the regime were seized by roving squads of soldiers and summarily killed; their bodies were often found dismembered and horribly mutilated. The number of civilians unlawfully killed by the Amin regime is estimated at 300,000 and may have been as high as 500,000 . Idi Amin praised Adolf Hitler for killing Jewish people during World War II. Gaddafi and AU strongly supported Idi Amin, while the international community condemned his brutality.The bastard leaders of AU, the rulers of other African states, elected Idi Amin chair of the AU for a one-year term in 1975 !! The savage Idi Amin seized power in 1971 in a military coup, but finally after more than eight years of bloody dictatorship, he was overthrown in early 1979. Amin fled to Libya where he was offered asylum, and finally he accepted asylum in Saudi Arabia. Idi Amin was friend of Gaddafi, and as savage as him. And the AU supported both of them, and almost all other African dictators. The stupid African Union has about 53 member nations. Its headquarters is in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The organization was founded in Addis Ababa in 1963, as the Organization of African Unity. It retained that name until 2002 when it formally became the African Union (AU). The South Africans should be ashamed of the stupid Jacob Zuma, who is a close friend and supporter of the savage Gaddafi. They should kick him out.
Fighting between pro- and anti-Gaddafi forces continue. The media reported: “The fight continued in at least one area of Tripoli, with fighters loyal to Gaddafi bombarding the capital’s airport, damaging a plane. British warplanes struck a large bunker in Gaddafi’s hometown of Sirte, his largest remaining stronghold, on Friday as NATO turned its attention to loyalist forces battling advancing revolutionaries in the area. NATO also bombed surface-to-air missile facilities near Tripoli, a statement said. Officials say Gaddafi’s forces are trying to reconstitute their anti-aircraft weapons to pose a threat to humanitarian and civilian flights into Tripoli airport.” The ordinary Libyans are happy and try to be positive about the future. The media reported: “Libyans are enthusiastic about Mahmoud Jibril, the head of the NTC and front-runner to be Libya’s new leader. “He’s a good man. A lot of people like Jibril” But there was also a recognition that it could be a hard task to introduce democratic ideas to many ordinary Libyans. “People are ready for democracy. But we don’t have money. We don’t speak English very well. Gaddafi deliberately kept us ignorant “. The internet still is down in Tripoli, and the people voice can not reach the outside world directly. The life in Tripoli still is not normal, but there is hopeful signs. The media reported: “A degree of normality has returned to Tripoli, with more people and traffic on the streets. However, most of the capital city’s services are still not functioning. Rubbish is piled everywhere, there is no running water, and a treacherously erratic power supply . Electricity returned to the capital two days ago only to conk out again on Friday afternoon. No one seems to know when it might be turned back on. A few shops have reopened; it’s possible to buy soft drinks and a few dry supplies. But there are no markets, and certainly no meat. There is no petrol on sale in Tripoli hence the lack of traffic, but it is available in other parts of the country such as the western mountains, and imported from Tunisia. The local mobile phone network Libyana, works only sometimes. In areas away from the fighting the security situation remains stable, with citizens’ checkpoints made up of local rebels set up every few hundred metres. The first traffic policemen were spotted on Tripoli’s streets on Friday -a hopeful sign”.