Named after the work of Felix Guattari the 'complex' is virtual and combinatory. Although this blog refers to the name Guattari singularly, it is also a burrow between the two Blogs of the Fictions... Thus, it becomes a line of glissade between two 'volumes,' two blogs of fictions.
wars are messy, noisy confusing blood and mud. and the old Queen Gaddhaffi rages on
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of Dictator and cheap mascara and madness and murder and mayhem and being an asshole to the giant degree that makes the old bitch a whore queen of massacre. Shame on Him. and them
Witnesses tell Al Jazeera Arabic, our sister station, that Libyan protesters have taken control of a number of areas in the capital, Tripoli.
They also said at least seven people were killed in Tripoli yesterday when security brigades opened fire on protesters. It was not immediately possible to"I am like the Queen of England. I have jurisdictions. DelIROuS lUnaTic and his verify their accounts however.
In the Libyan city of Az Zawiyah, about 50km away from the capital Tripoli, amateur video appears to show soldiers switching sides and joining anti-government protesters. Al Jazeera's Tarek Bazley reports:
According to this Global Voices piece, which cites Malta.cc, a Maltese blog, Serbian military pilots reportedly took part in the bombing of anti-government protesters in the Libyan cities of Tripoli and Benghazi.
Two Libyan pilots made the claim upon fleeing to Malta, the blog said. Al Jazeera can't confirm the authenticity of the report - but you can read it for yourself here.
"We are afraid. We are afraid because we are women, I have daughters here. Every house is armed only by knives. We have nothing else, but we have God. ... We are not very much afraid of death."
Ashraf Tulti, director of the Justice and Democracy for Libya group based in Washington, DC, told Al Jazeera that sanctions go against people; they will not affect the Libyan regime.
Instead, he asked for immediate action to stop the killings of Libyan people.
Details of the US sanctions are emerging. They are:
Freeze of assets held by Gaddafi and four of his children inside US, all US banks have been put on notice for sudden movement of funds from Libya and all military assistance cut off.
A picture of a group of peaceful Libyan protestors outside Hyde Park, London twitted by @ellsun.
Protests have also been held in the British city of Manchester.
After the UN security council meeting, Al Jazeera’s Scott Heidler, reporting from UN headquarters, said that the most important point right now is how to stop the killings in Libya. However, the UN chief told our correspondent that military action was not in the cards.
Dozens of US diplomats and their families were among the US-chartered ship's estimated 300 passengers, two of whom had to be taken off the vessel on stretchers by paramedics after crossing over from Tripoli in 20-foot waves.
Twitter user @AnnSaid posted this picture.
Libya's ambassador to the United Nations, Mohammed Shalgham, has defected, following in the footsteps of his deputy Ibrahim Dabbashi, a diplomat said on Friday.
A son of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi said on Friday that his forces were holding back in fighting with rebels in western Libya and hoped that a negotiated ceasefire could be in place by Saturday, according to Reuters.
After three days of delays, a U.S.-chartered ferry carrying Americans and other foreigners out of the chaos of Libya finally arrived on Friday at the Mediterranean island of Malta.
After 41 years of ruthless rule by Muammar Gaddafi, Libyans are suddenly free to rule themselves. Here's a picture gallery from boston.com on the lives of Libyans in the liberated areas of the country.
Gaddafi's son Saif al-Islam says army holding back and hopes for peaceful settlement "by tomorrow", according to Reuters.
In Chad, Foreign Ministry's General Secretary Moussa Mahamat Dago rejected allegations that citizens of his African country were amongst those reportedly recruited by Gaddafi to crack down on protesters
An Italian navy assault ship, the San Giorgio, has loaded up 245 evacuees in the Libyan port of Misrata and has set sail for Sicily.
The United States has suspended embassy operations in Libya and is moving forward with unilateral sanctions.
“The Maldives, a fellow Muslim country which itself recently began the transition to democracy, refuses to remain silent as hundreds of Muslim brothers and sisters are abused and killed,” she asserted.
The website Buzzfeed has compiled a list of the Top 40 Best Libyan Protest Signs from around the world. This photo, taken and owned by Collin David Anderson at a protest in Washington, DC, shows one of Buzzfeed's winning signs.
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