The Libyan psychopath and his pills, and a powerful force for change that he just can’t destroy

Earlier today the BBC spoke to Matog, a guy in his 20s who’s part of the rebel forces in Ras Lanuf, where there has been very heavy fighting. This is some of what Matog said…

“I never thought I’d see the things I am seeing. It’s brutal – seeing the clashes, people dying in front of you, overwhelmed hospitals. What you see on the TV can’t compare to the real picture. We are looking for freedom, that’s what everyone wants. I won’t leave until Gaddafi leaves. He has to kill every young man before he can continue ruling the country.”

Here’s a piece in a similar vein from yesterday’s Guardian…

In Libya, volunteers flock to join the rebels’ drive-in war

And here’s the psychopath they are going to overthrow, giving an interview to the western media earlier this week…

The rebel Transitional National Council, based in Benghazi, now has a web site, which you can find here…

The Libyan Interim Transitional National Council

And to finish, World Have Your Say, on the BBC World Service, aired a fascinating programme this evening. If you’re interested in any of this stuff it’s well worth a listen…

Another bloody day in Libya

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