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UK riots: Cameron must go, says Libya

2011-08-10 12:40

Tripoli - The regime of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi on Wednesday called for British Prime Minister David Cameron to step down, saying he had "lost all legitimacy" because of the riots shaking Britain.

"Cameron and his government must leave after the popular uprising against them and the violent repression of peaceful demonstrations by police," official news agency Jana quoted Deputy Foreign Minister Khaled Kaaim as saying.

"Cameron and his government have lost all legitimacy," he said.

"These demonstrations show that the British people reject this government which is trying to impose itself through force."

Kaaim called on the UN "Security Council and the international community to not stay with its arms crossed in the face of the flagrant violation of the rights of the British people".

Nightly riots which began in London and quickly spread to other major cities have gripped Britain since Saturday when an angry crowd marched to demand justice after 29-year-old Marc Duggan was shot dead by police in London.

Britain and France are spearheading Nato's aerial bombing campaign against the Gaddafi regime since March, when the United Nations approved action to protect Libyan civilians.

Comments
  • onmyway - 2011-08-10 12:46

    Yes....let's listen to the "The regime of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi" - that will solve most of the world's problems.

      GonnyVonYuri - 2011-08-10 12:55

      This should go the UN Comedy Council for immediate ratification as joke of the year.

      Kunta-Kinte - 2011-08-10 13:13

      It appears that you haven't caught up on the joke.

      Spyker May - 2011-08-10 13:27

      This time I agree 100% with Gaddafi. The current British government is a feeble coalition that is essentially irrelevant. The UK is a welfare state that has thrown its borders open and has consequently became a rubbish-magnet. Even the supposed 'conservatives' are a bunch spineless hippies (compare them to some of the stalwarts of the past - eg Winston Churchill and Margaret Thatcher). If the unrest escalates significantly then the monarchy must take over the reign and call martial-law. The military must clean out ALL the rubbish. This will include material external threats to the UK - incl Libya, as such then Gaddafi would not see morning tea. We must therefore thank Mr Gaddafi for a stroke of genius - he has in fact proposed the best conceivable solution to the problem that he is himself...

      Ozymandios - 2011-08-10 13:42

      Pot calling kettle black! As if he has a country that can be considered a prime example for the UK to follow. The "omkyktwak" this guy is smoking is truely amazing. This is definitely the saying of the year coming from the backwater that is now Tripoli. This guy makes the Tantrum Kindergarten lad look smooth.

      Bernhard Rohrbeck - 2011-08-10 14:07

      http://urs1798.wordpress.com/2011/08/09/ein-verzweifeltes-ringen-gegen-den-kulturbankrott-der-westlichen-welt-in-ausschnitten/?utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=NNG Others like Cameron are indeed solving one of the most pressing problem, over population. Maybe they must speed up and "come to your and my town too".

      marco - 2011-08-10 14:56

      @Spyker May Mate you do know that rioting is nothing new under a Conservative/Libral Democrats Coalition Government do you.You mention "some of the stalwarts of the past-eg Winston Churchill and Margaret Thatcher".Well,well sorry to put a spanner in your argument but read this if you will please regarding your stalwart Lady Thatcher's time at 10 Downing Street.These were the news reports in 1981: The latest government figures show unemployment rising from 1.5 million to 2.5 million in less than 12 months...Joblessness among ethnic minorities is rising even faster,up to 82 percent in one year...Liverpool,goes up in flames in 4 nights of what home secretary William Whitelaw describes as "violence of extraordinary ferocity".Police are forced to withdraw from a one-mile stretch of the main road through Toxteth as 150 buildings are burnt down and some 781 police officers are put out of action.Only when CS gas is used for the first time on the British mainland do the police regain control of the streets. New riots in Brixton are accompanied by a wave of disturbances the length and breadth of Britain.Southall,Battersea,Dalston,Streatham and Walthamstow in London,Handsworth in Birmingham,Chapeltown in Leeds,Highfields in Leicester,Ellesmere Port,Luton,Leicester,Sheffield,Portsmouth,Preston, Newcastle,Derby,Southampton,Nottingham,High Wycombe,Bedford,Edinburgh, Wolverhampton,Stockport,Blackburn,Huddersfield,Reading,Chester, Aldershot-all these and other towns and cities report...

      marco - 2011-08-10 15:06

      riots.Margaret Thatcher cancels a planned visit to Toxteth because her safety cannot be guaranteed.So that was when Thatcher was Prime Minister.But what about when Winston Churhill held a government office.Lets see if we go back a 100 years ago in 1911.The Liverpool Transport Strike of 1911 has been highlighted by the historian Eric Taplin as the nearest occasion this country has come to a revolution.Large scale rioting, fierce confrontations between the rioters the police and the military resulted in injuries to many people and the loss of life. For some time the city of Liverpool was brought to a standstill, and the movement of goods of any description in or out, or even within the city, was severely restricted.The strike was initiated by the seamen and eventually involved 66,000 men who brought Liverpool to a standstill,because of extremely poor wages and living conditions.The Riots highlighted the great disparity in the distribution of wealth amongst the people of Britain. He divided the British national product into two equal halves, one half was shared by over 39 million people, (80% of the population), whilst the remaining 5.5 million (only 12% of the population) shared the other half.Furthermore ownership of capital was distributed even more..

      marco - 2011-08-10 15:06

      The Liverpool Transport Strike of 1911 has been highlighted by the historian Eric Taplin as the nearest occasion this country has come to a revolution.Large scale rioting,fierce confrontations between the rioters the police and the military resulted in injuries to many people and the loss of life.For some time the city of Liverpool was brought to a standstill,and the movement of goods of any description in or out,or even within the city,was severely restricted.The strike was initiated by the seamen and eventually involved 66,000 men who brought Liverpool to a standstill.Because of extremely poor wages and living conditions,the Riots highlighted the great disparity in the distribution of wealth amongst the people of Britain.He divided the British national product into two equal halves, one half was shared by over 39 million people, (80% of the population), whilst the remaining 5.5 million (only 12% of the population) shared the other half. Furthermore ownership of capital was distributed even more disproportionately, 120,000 people owned two thirds of the nation’s capital.Large numbers of the population lived in widespread poverty,and resulted in people suffering health problems caused by a poor diet.Home Secretary Winston Churchill described the confrontations as just hooliganism when he informed Parliament that ‘disorder and riots sometimes occur in those parts of Liverpool where sectarian difficulties exist’.On Sunday 13 August 1911,which became known as ‘Bloody Sunday’..

      marco - 2011-08-10 15:07

      ...when police, troops and rioters clashed in lengthy, bitter street fighting. So both Churhill and Thatcher were ****ed like "spinelesss hippies you might say in'nt mate.Next time don't be so ****ing quick to label people this,that or the or the other it seems to be your weakness in life.

      tommy 2 - 2011-08-10 16:08

      @Marco........ WHATS WITH THE PARAGRAPHS........... you sound like our politicians trying to make a point.

      Sharief - 2011-08-10 16:35

      I cant beleive people still thinks that Gaddafi is the bad 1....America are donkeys and they have other donkeys believing their crap..you 1 of the donkeys.. onmyway

      marco - 2011-08-10 16:44

      @tommy 2... I am making a point don't you get it.I'd just stick to it if I was you please you biscuit.

      slg - 2011-08-10 19:34

      Sharief, virtually the whole world has said Gadhafi must step down. I can't believe you're still holding on and supporting a brutal dictator. There's no place for empowered monarchies in our modern world.

      Maria Gornell - 2011-08-11 11:30

      This is no time to laugh, this country is on its knees

      Maria Gornell - 2011-08-11 11:31

      @Marco thank you for information, are you from Liverpool?

  • crackerr - 2011-08-10 12:46

    In the UK you have a freedom-friendly democracy. Based on free flow of information you can choose your candidate and his political party or reject them. It is not the same as in Libya.

      Maria Gornell - 2011-08-11 11:32

      Crap we didn't choose him though we we're tricked into this coalition goverment crap, they are killing us

  • Gomez - 2011-08-10 12:47

    Libya??Seriously??

      Makenzi - 2011-08-10 12:48

      im shocked

      Pencilgraffiti - 2011-08-10 12:58

      This headline made my day!... Same as Mugabe yesterday... Mugabe and Gaddafi - leading by example. Hahaha!

      Flasheart - 2011-08-10 16:42

      Gadaffi just showing the world he has a sense of humour.

  • Gerald - 2011-08-10 12:47

    say what now?

      illwill69 - 2011-08-10 13:00

      Make KP the president!

  • Makenzi - 2011-08-10 12:48

    Look who's talking!! Of all the countries at the moment, Lybia...

  • Illuminated - 2011-08-10 12:48

    yes britain's people have spoken and they want regime change.. NATO should bomb Britain if Cameron doesnt step down.. oh wait why would Britain bomb themselves...

      Jason - 2011-08-10 13:11

      Looting and a revolution 2 different things. People only see what they want to see. Oh yes do you see the defense force loyal to Cameron in London killing all those who are looting no. That my friend is the big difference. If the people don't want Cameron he can be voted out next election. You s Simple minded idiot..

      Jason - 2011-08-10 13:44

      LOL obviously logic has no place here.

      IC1 - 2011-08-10 13:50

      @De-luminated really, ypour stupidity knows no bounds! 12-15yr olds want regime change??? Only happens in SA u chop

      Illuminated - 2011-08-10 16:04

      Jason and IC1 take a pill and calm down to a panic.. it was sarcasm you dumbassses..

      slg - 2011-08-10 19:35

      This is foolish, Illuminated

      slg - 2011-08-10 19:37

      Sarcasm is veiled anger.

  • marco - 2011-08-10 12:50

    That is funny.Gaddafi I knew you was a idiot but this is the height of what you call Upstage Comedy.Really funny mate please keep it coming.What next a UN Security Council Resolution that protect innocent British civilians ie the YOBS.

      BOFFINBOB - 2011-08-10 16:49

      MARCO..." I Knew you WAS A idiot. " LOL...S'True. Hows the english, " mate. " Listen " Mate " you received a " good hiding " yesterday when you took me on & I see " you are still spewing your drivel. You, my little bunny hugging, attention seeking, armchair critic from afar are the one that is boring. You dont live here so dont comment about posts regarding the ANC.

  • Politicallycorrect - 2011-08-10 12:51

    The cheek of it hey!

  • Mike or Mpho - 2011-08-10 12:51

    hahaha, this guy sounds like our corrupt ANC "intelligence"

      marco - 2011-08-10 12:58

      Why everytime this sort of thing happens you equate it with the ANC?You people are really becoming very boring out there in South Africa.Every little s**tbox news that explodes about Africa and it's problems and it always ends up with the ANC this or ANC that.BORING,BORING BORING many moretimes BORING.......

  • Truth24 - 2011-08-10 12:53

    LOL golden coming from Gaddafi

  • ErrolNdevu - 2011-08-10 12:54

    in your face cameron!! bloody agent viva libia viba juju!

      IC1 - 2011-08-10 13:52

      @ErrolNdevu-- try Libya??? idiot

      Jason - 2011-08-10 14:16

      IC1 what did you expect the correct spelling followed by viba juju...

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-10 14:38

      Viba? How about shoving a "Vibra" up Juju, he likes it that way... gosh haven't seen spelling like this in ages

      derrick.maha - 2011-08-10 20:05

      Sorry 'Mattie'. Have you been looking for who to shove something up his a$$? Juju is straight. Try your bloody agent friend. Viba Juju! Errol may be calling for a more vibrant Juju!

      slg - 2011-08-11 06:46

      derrick, if only you knew the damage Julius is causing you, your loved ones, and the whole of South Africa.

  • Anton - 2011-08-10 12:54

    If this tyrant was not murdering his own people, maybe one could get at times get a smile with this fruitcake. But the smiling has stopped long ago. "The blood of the "Rebels" will flow in the streets of Libya" " We will go house to house, and flush out these rats" Two statements by war criminal gaddafi

      derrick.maha - 2011-08-10 19:56

      You have been listening to too much BBC news fool!

      Anton - 2011-08-10 20:39

      derrick.maha, WOW, you must be feeling good now !!!

      slg - 2011-08-11 06:48

      derrick, as a South African, you should be ashamed of yourself for supporting a tyrant like Gadhafi who's been in power for 40 years, has not allowed Libyans the right to vote, and has killed, maimed, detained and caused to be raped tens of thousands of Libyans who want nothing more than to live free from oppression. You really should study the situation more. I think you've misinterpreted what's really going on there.

  • Rob Gunning - 2011-08-10 12:54

    Bwahahahahahahahaha! Lets act like we're 5 years old.

  • AntiRacist - 2011-08-10 12:55

    I see there is rain predicted for Friday in Cape Town! Sorry couldn't think of anything nice to say lol

  • paul - 2011-08-10 12:56

    Gaddafi, Mugabe, Malema. The 3 musketeers or should that be the 3 mustard queers?????

      IC1 - 2011-08-10 13:53

      3 retards LOl

      numnut - 2011-08-10 14:44

      3 Stooges

      Zenzele - 2011-08-10 15:31

      Malema and Magabe are brothers!!!

  • Rich - 2011-08-10 12:58

    The Libyan regime is so violent that they view arson, torching of buildings, serious injuries to police officers, smashing of buildings, looting, etc., as " peaceful demostrations" !!!!!!!!!

  • Newsferret - 2011-08-10 12:59

    Good heavens the Desert Rat's arrogance knows no limits!!

  • Debra-Lee Boulter - 2011-08-10 13:01

    Oh go back to your cave and smoke some more opium you nut!!! The Yobs of Britain...about 0.5% of the population to not speak for the British Public and we do not kill our own people no matter how ridiculous and pathetic they are!! You are such a desperate looser, you and Mad bob should get on the same train to Hell!!! He is waiting for you!!!

      slg - 2011-08-10 19:42

      It's more than just looters taking advantage. It's about greater freedom. There's an oppressive heartlessness, a lack of emotion, in English society that has caused much pain, needless pain, that has to change. It's not Libya, of course, unlike what Gadhafi and his supporters want the world to believe.

      Maria Gornell - 2011-08-11 11:29

      where do you live?

      Kate Be - 2011-08-15 06:31

      Was not Mr. Duggan 'your own people? and was he not killed by English, which sparked riots?

  • Jason - 2011-08-10 13:03

    whahahahaaha, made my day

  • fishyian - 2011-08-10 13:03

    And I thought the british had a sense of humour...

  • HumanKind - 2011-08-10 13:04

    These Africans should start their own comedy show. First Mugabe, now this halfwit. I love it.

  • Brent - 2011-08-10 13:04

    looool

  • Mark N - 2011-08-10 13:04

    What a load of balls! None of the riots were aimed at David Cameron and his Government. It started off as a protest of local residents unhappy about a local man being shot, then it turned into mindless looting and lawlessness. This whole article is total rubbish!

      slg - 2011-08-10 19:43

      It's more than that, Mark.

  • Marcus - 2011-08-10 13:04

    Britain spent millions of pounds on a lavish usless marriage while the people are starving there, shortly after that there were protests next the Buckingham Palace, people were ignored and told to shut up...there is no democracy in Britain, people must know these things, the media is concealing these things, they are not reported on...Cameron must sort this or step down, the people of Britain have spoken, they have every right to prtest, he must face the wrath of the hungry and angry masses...!!!

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-10 14:40

      There are 9-year-old kids running around with Blackberries and looting... are they what you would call oppressed masses?

      Maria Gornell - 2011-08-11 11:27

      I hope other countries can come and help us

      Peg-Leg-Sven - 2011-08-11 22:22

      @ Maria Gornell, which countries would you like to come and help us in the UK. Gaddafi's regime, maybe, or should Afghanistan's "Freedom fighters" or any of the tyrants in Africa mount a rescue operation? Why do you not stand up and help fix society, instead of moaning from your council flat and drinking your alcohol paid by your benefits. Funny that you should have broadband as well, as you are so badly deprived by the coalition government.

      Maria Gornell - 2011-08-12 05:35

      @ Peg leg typical right wing tory insults and assumptions I don't live in a council flat for a start a private rented house actually, I rarely drink and I am a student not on benefits thank you very much though might as well be the amount of debt I will be at the end of my studies, so before you make ignorant statements, shouldn't you take a good look at yourself and your life and why you feel the need to insult people, you must be a very unhappy and insecure person. What exactly do you contribute to this society I'm guessing nothing but ignorance and bigotry - lowlife scum.

  • Jason - 2011-08-10 13:05

    uprising against your leaders and looting are 2 different things. Also don't see the British armed forces killing British citizens who are rioting!

      Kunta-Kinte - 2011-08-10 13:18

      They will soon if the riot spreads and the rioters use guns.

      slg - 2011-08-10 19:44

      Like the one you're brandishing, Kunta. This does not excuse your support of a brutal dictator in Gadhafi. England and Libya are not the same, much as you'd want the world to believe.

      Maria Gornell - 2011-08-11 11:27

      They have murdered one black man blew his head off that is what started the riot in London

      Peg-Leg-Sven - 2011-08-11 22:23

      Maria, they blew the head of a gangster that was carrying a gun. Should they have waited for him to kill one of them first before shooting him? Just asking.

      Maria Gornell - 2011-08-12 05:39

      @ Peg leg nothing has been proved about him being a gangster, he was driving his taxi and yes its been said he had a gun but did not fire it or attempt to, another case of racism in the police, the poor man had 4 children and the police would not even come and explain to the family what happened left them waiting on the step for 4 hours.

  • 2doubleau - 2011-08-10 13:05

    Yes Cameron must go...go Cameron??

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-10 14:40

      Yes! I always felt the Conservatives were what the UK needed, but this coalition is a joke and the Tories are almost as useless and weak as Labour. Go Cameron!

  • Zakhele - 2011-08-10 13:06

    Typical of the Western culture of hiding their evils! Why we not told why those Brits have taken to the street to demand attention? For those who don't know this is how Britain and USA works: Every time the economy takes a dip -go start a war somewhere so you can justify Britain and America to re-construct the economies they have just destroyed. So what has changed now? Simple: 1. Obama comes in. He was so obsessed with capturing Bin Laden. He forgets to plan for the next target to boast his economy. 2. The Arabic world and the Asians nations (especially China and India) have diverted their investments destination to Africa- directly by themselves. For the first time in history somebody is brave enough to ignore the World Bank and IMF conditions and go directly to the people who own assets. 3. There seems to be slightly widening gap between Britain and America. They no longer speak with one voice. 4. To some degree the Arabs are starting to pull out their money banked in Britain and USA as they are beginning to sense that their money is not entirely safe there as they were lead to believe. 5. Obama and Cameron are miles apart. They are hardly seen together planning and plotting for the next victim to quench their thirst for power and money. Obama seems be reading the great book and praying just as the Son of Man preached. Cameron is still in the honeymoon for taking power at such a young age. So, what used to be friends has simply vanished in three years.

      slg - 2011-08-10 19:46

      I agree it's a call for attention, attention to the dark side of English society, its heartlessness and lack of emotion. But I don't agree with the rest of what you're saying.

      Maria Gornell - 2011-08-11 11:25

      They blew the head off an unarmed black man in London, because they are racist, now they want to turn all working class against eachother so we will murder eachother, we are being starved and made homeless, they are calling in the army to kill us.

      Peg-Leg-Sven - 2011-08-11 22:25

      Maria, he was not unarmed. The only question is did he shoot at the police, or did he just wave it around. Stop lying, it is not a great trait.

      Maria Gornell - 2011-08-12 05:40

      @ Peg Leg stop living in a bubble and wake up it is the truth.

  • Zakhele - 2011-08-10 13:08

    "how the exchange rate always turns in favor of the US dollar every time they get themselves into trouble" Answer: Most of the world's expensive commodities are sold in US Dollars currency. The more they sell the higher is the demand for the dollar-hence the more the dollar strengthens. Saddam Hussein tried encouraging the Opec Countries to sell their oil in Euros and he had to be wiped out quickly. That is why France and Germany did not form part of the coalition and allied forces that entered Bagdad against the blessings of the UN. What Saddam was trying to do was helping the Euro strengthen to compare to the US dollar- hence even today the Euro is better than the dollar and is getting very close to the British Pound Sterling. Basically the two culprits (USA and Britain) wanted to maintain the monopoly of the world's trading currencies. But don't worry we are getting there slowly. Nicolas Sarkozy has already demonstrated this trend. He was the first to strike Libya and hence he will be the first to re-construct it using the Euro currency as opposed to using the Dollar thus creating more demand for the Euro. You see how it all connects up to WARS now?

      slg - 2011-08-10 19:54

      Libya and the Middle East have nothing to do with what you're saying, Zakhele. The Middle East is about freedom from oppression in a region that's been ruled by tyrants for centuries. The world answered the call of Libyans who were being slaughtered by Gadhafi in his attempt to hold onto power after no less than 40 years of tyrannical rule. He's killed thousands of people.

  • JMan - 2011-08-10 13:08

    Really? This from THIS guy? What a joke.

  • Eland Eland - 2011-08-10 13:09

    UK has now successfully joined Zimbabwe, Libya and Syria on human rights violation. all of them must be lumped together and be condemned as equal partners in human rights violations. The UN Security Council must urgently take decisive steps against Britain for gross violation and repression of human rights! Nato and allies must start with aerial bombardment of London?

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-10 14:41

      You said this on another page. So not only are you warped, you're a copy-paster.

      slg - 2011-08-10 19:55

      You'd like them to be lumped together, ghats for sure. Do you think the world us that dumb. Are you that arrogant.

      Maria Gornell - 2011-08-11 11:24

      I agree UN should come and take all tories to be hung

  • Zakhele - 2011-08-10 13:10

    Typical of the Western culture of hiding their evils! Why we not told why those Brits have taken to the street to demand attention? For those who don't know this is how Britain and USA works: Every time the economy takes a dip -go start a war somewhere so you can justify Britain and America to re-construct the economies they have just destroyed. So what has changed now? Simple: 1. Obama comes in. He is so pre-occupied by capturing Bin Laden. He forgets to plan for the next target to boast his economy. 2. The Arabic world and the Asians nations (especially China and India) have diverted their investments destination to Africa- directly by themselves. For the first time in history somebody is brave enough to ignore the World Bank and IMF conditions and go directly to the people who own assets. 3. There seems to be slightly widening gap between Britain and America. They no longer speak with one voice. 4. To some degree the Arabs are starting to pull out their money banked in Britain and USA as they are beginning to sense that their money is not entirely safe there as they were lead to believe. 5. Obama and Cameron are miles apart. They are hardly seen together planning and plotting for the next victim to quench their thirst for power and money. Obama seems be reading the great book and praying just as the Son of Man preached. Cameron is still in the honeymoon for taking power at such a young age. So, what used to be friends has simply vanished in three years.

  • gaeleen - 2011-08-10 13:12

    Damn Libya has some nerve

  • george60 - 2011-08-10 13:16

    May he has eaten off camel brains or a rocket ricochet off his brick head and is suffering now bom shock? He came to power by revolt, in England you vote for a party.In your case all must shut up and do as I am telling you.

      Maria Gornell - 2011-08-11 11:23

      We did not vote for Eton millionaire robbing scum

      Peg-Leg-Sven - 2011-08-11 22:29

      Maria, you may have not, but the majority of voters did vote for exactly that, a hung parliament. Which they got. Just because it was impossible for the Lib-dems to go into coalition with labour, do not now say that they did not vote for the government that we now have.

      Maria Gornell - 2011-08-12 05:44

      The reason for hung parliament is because no one representitive had overall vote which means the tories are unlawfully in parliament, also they did not allow everyone to vote by making sure stations closed before people had a chance to sign ballot, absolutely criminal same way George Bush became president of USA by fiddling.

  • Kunta-Kinte - 2011-08-10 13:17

    The joke is not on Libya but the brit government are fond of telling other governments how to deal with their domestic issues. And I thought that you lot have a sense of humour.

      slg - 2011-08-10 20:00

      Slaughtering people who want nothing more than the basic human right to vote and be free from oppression is nit a domestic issue. It's a human issue. The world will not stand by while you slaughter people with your Kalashnakov, Kunta.

      Maria Gornell - 2011-08-11 11:22

      I think we lost it we became so oppressed and hopeless

  • mlh@24.com - 2011-08-10 13:17

    The clown [Gadaffi] surely joking?!?!? Incredulous coming from a despotic, tyrannical dictator!!!!

  • batgran - 2011-08-10 13:19

    This is definitely the most ridiculous thing to be heard this year!

  • Gaile - 2011-08-10 13:25

    I agree this thing that really was not voted in by the people of the UK must be disposed of he is an embarrassment to the world. He is not the full quid Gaddafi is

      Maria Gornell - 2011-08-11 11:22

      I wish my people would rise up

  • batgran - 2011-08-10 13:27

    That is really, really funny - I wonder who write Gaddafi's material!

  • phumlanim - 2011-08-10 13:34

    You see it happens also in Chritian country,who do yuo blame now, Arabs? Cameron and his government must resign, they have failed English people and excelled in middling in African and Arab affairs

      Maria Gornell - 2011-08-11 11:21

      I wish we could be saved?

  • Bernhard Rohrbeck - 2011-08-10 13:36

    He might have meant it as a joke, but it seems Gaddafi is spot on, once again. http://urs1798.wordpress.com/2011/08/09/ein-verzweifeltes-ringen-gegen-den-kulturbankrott-der-westlichen-welt-in-ausschnitten/?utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=NNG Have a look at the different videos. This is what people like Cameron are responsible for. It's heart breaking.

      slg - 2011-08-10 20:01

      But then you support the brutal dictator Gadhafi, Bernhard. You provide a clear contrast to what's right and true.

      Maria Gornell - 2011-08-11 11:20

      Yes I believe he is spot on, at least with Gaddafi what you see is what you get, Cameron is a slimy devil out to destroy this country and creat more wars in rest of world.

  • IC1 - 2011-08-10 13:47

    Mad towel-heads!

      slg - 2011-08-10 20:02

      This is blatantly racist. It's disgusting.

  • phumlanim - 2011-08-10 14:00

    100% brother leader, this young man from England must go and be sent to school to learn more about running a country

      slg - 2011-08-11 06:51

      Brother leader? So you support Libyans not having the right to vote and live free from oppression? You can't be serious. Do you know what you're saying?

      Peg-Leg-Sven - 2011-08-11 22:32

      maria, you have proof of that? If not, you are guilty of hate speach and even worse, you are a traitor to British people.

      Maria Gornell - 2011-08-12 05:47

      Prove what? Oh go away with that nationalist talk.

  • letsee - 2011-08-10 14:26

    Are you stupid Gadaffi? Cameron didn't sent his army to kill his people.

      Maria Gornell - 2011-08-11 11:17

      He might aswell have we can't afford to eat, we are starving and thrown into the street, the police want to kill us all.

  • Bazuka - 2011-08-10 14:28

    This is in contrast to the British media on South AFrica before the world cup. You guy rate yourselves as 1st world countries but your recent actions proves the opposite.

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-10 14:42

      To be fair, the UK hasn't been first-world for decades

  • numnut - 2011-08-10 14:43

    Hahaha, Look Who's Talking

  • I_Say - 2011-08-10 14:53

    A display of the "Games that polititians play"

  • Ben - 2011-08-10 15:20

    Hahaha!

  • Zenzele - 2011-08-10 15:28

    This is a joke, look who is saying Camerron must Go!!! Their hands are dripping of blood of the innocent Lybian people, Shame on you GADDAFI your days are numbered, a warrant of arrest is out already for you to face justice.

  • Bill - 2011-08-10 15:28

    Huh...!

  • Jason - 2011-08-10 15:38

    Using this Logic Zuma should have stepped down due to service delivery riots!