The coward rat, Gaddafi, vows: ‘We won’t surrender again; we are not women‘ !! The savage dictator’s audio message on Syrian TV !! (Al Rai TV) says: “If Libya goes up in flames, who will be able to govern it? Let it burn. We will fight in every valley, in every street, in every oasis, and every town. The Libyan people are not a herd of sheep [!], they cannot be defeated. Stand up to them from city to city, mountain to mountain, valley to valley. It will continue to be a long battle. Libya will turn into a hell . How can the Libyan people surrender? Continue to fight. We enjoy grassroots support [!!!] . Collaborators cannot survive”. The coward rat is really a big jerk and a big tragic joke. “Yesterday, Saif al-Islam issued a reality-challenged audio statement of his own. He insisted “victory is near” and said that he expected troops loyal to his father to soon be in Green Square, the Tripoli central plaza. “We are going to die in our land,” he said in a statement broadcast on Syria’s al-Rai television, claiming he was speaking for loyalist leaders who had met in Bani Walid. But that statement came shortly after his brother Saadi said he was trying to negotiate a surrender, claiming he was speaking on his father’s behalf. The three sons, Saadi, Mutassim and Saif al-Islam, have been in the town of Bani Walid for one week and were joined at one point by their father. NTC leaders are divided on whether Gaddafi has remained with his sons, or headed south to the regime stronghold of Sabha in southern Libya. Commanders in the town of Tahouna say they have received information from residents of Bani Walid over the past days confirming that Mutassim and Saif al-Islam are in town. “I was assigned to be [Khamis’s] main guard that day,” said Tahrar, a captured guard. “I was in the truck behind him on the [heavy weapon] when his car was hit. He was burned.” Both captured guards were adamant they saw Gaddafi leave Khamis’s compound with his wife and daughter. “He was there for around 15 minutes,” said Tahrar. “Gaddafi was wearing civilian clothes and a headscarf, but his face was open and very clear. His wife and daughter were with him and so was Saadi. They left in a convoy of around 25 cars and he was in a Toyota pick-up. They all left together and they went south.”, the media reported.
“In a meeting with the UN secretary-general, Ban Ki-moon, Abdul Jalil, NTC’s head, put planning for the elections alongside restoring water supplies and maintaining law and order on his list of urgent priorities, according to a source at the meeting. “Algeria is no friend of the Libyan people,” Jalil told Ban”, the media added. “Planning for the elections” is very very important and it’s a good news that NTC cares about planning for the elections. The free election should be held very soon. In the recent days, there is news and rumors about Libya’s oil. “The starting pistol has been fired on bids by Britain and other western powers to secure a slice of the oil prize in Libya when France said it was “fair and logical” for its companies to benefit. The new Tripoli government has denied the existence of a reported secret deal by which French companies would control more than a third of Libya’s oil production in return for Paris’s support for the revolution . The French FM, Allen Juppe said he was also unaware of the letter referring to the reported deal, which was dated 3 April and published on Thursday in the French daily newspaper Libération. It purported to show an undertaking by NTC to reserve “35% of total crude oil in exchange for the total and permanent support for our council”. A NTC official said “It’s a joke. It’s false”. And Juppe told RTL radio: “What I know is the NTC said very officially that concerning the reconstruction of Libya it would turn in preference to those who helped it. That seems fair and logical to me.” BP declined to comment on any discussions with Libya’s interim government, but respected industry sources confirmed the two sides are in contact over future oil production. “We don’t have a problem with western countries like the Italians, French and UK companies. But we may have some political issues with Russia, China and Brazil”, the media reported. It’s so obvious that Russia and China should go to hell, but all matters about Libya’s oil and foreign investments in Libya should be discussed only after a free election in Libya; when there is a legal and legitimate government in Libya. NTC is nothing except a temporary body for holding a free election in Libya . Some analysts said: “Libya is Nicolas Sarkozy’s date with history. The deeply unpopular leader hopes with one swoop to save the badly tarnished image of French policy in the Arab world, prove that France matters on the global stage and save his re-election battle for 2012 !! Sarkozy is still at record lows in the polls. Foreign policy, crucial as it is for a president’s image, does not win French elections. Voters make their decisions on issues closer to home, such as unemployment.”