Barak Obama: ‘Gaddafi’s regime is coming to an end’
United States, August 22, 2011
Barak Obama, President of the United States, spoke today and said that “Gaddafi’s regime is coming to an end and the future of Libya is in the hands of its people”.
The U.S. head of state stated from the farm where he spent his vacations with his family, told to the reporters that “America will be a partner and friend of the new Libya after Gaddafi’” and asked the Libyan rebels to “do justice without violent reprisals against members of the Gaddafi regime”.
From the Pentagon, sources indicated that “we believe that the end of the Libyan leader, Muammar Gaddafi, whose whereabouts at this time remains a mystery, is near, while the rebels control nearly all of Tripoli”.
Colonel Dave Lapan Lapan, said that “We have no information about his departure”.
He also denied that the U.S. would have sent troops to participate in an eventual operation of peacekeeping. “If there is a mission of transition involving the presence of foreign troops, ground troops will not be Americans”.
But he defended the current mission of aerial surveillance and denied that the rebel advance in Tripoli is a problem in identifying targets. “We still have a good picture of where operational troops on the battlefield are”.
* The backup image section of this tag has been generated for use on a
* non-SSL page. If this tag is to be placed on an SSL page, change the
* This noscript section of this tag only shows image banners. There
* is no width or height in these banners, so if you want these tags to
* allocate space for the ad before it shows, you will need to add this
* information to the
* If you do not want to deal with the intricities of the noscript
* section, delete the tag (from ... to ). On
* average, the noscript tag is called from less than 1% of internet