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Russian head of world chess Ilyumzhinov says Gaddafi told him he was in Tripoli…

The Russian head of world chess says Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi told him in a telephone call that he was in Tripoli and did not intend to leave the country despite an onslaught by rebels.

“I am alive and healthy, I am in Tripoli and do not intend to leave Libya. Do not believe the lying reports by Western television companies,” Kirsan Ilyumzhinov quoted Gaddafi as saying in the conversation on Tuesday.

Mohammed Gaddafi said that forces loyal to his father were now “beating the rats out of the city”, claiming that the fight was against “NATO forces and their mercenaries” rather than Libyan rebels.

“I want to express thanks to everyone in the world who feels for the people of Libya. I am sure that we will be victorious,” Gaddafi said, according to Ilyumzhinov, who spoke to the Interfax news agency.

NATO has just announced that NATO will not give up bombing because the situation is just too precarious…

You just can not make stuff like this up. This just gets better and better every hour…

I do know that all signs are pointing to the fact that we have boots on the ground and the fact that we have been saying with unsure earnest that we don’t, gave me the first real clue. It is looking like the best laid plans of mice and men, do not always work out as planned…

This is one for the history books and I hope someone writes the history and refuses to be intimidated or bribed into changing the truth…

Here is a good article by Russia Today…

The triple-lie of Tripoli

Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia!

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