Mathaba - Colonel Mu'ammar Gaddafi, the self-proclaimed "King of Kings" and former "Leader of the Libyan Revolution" during his visit to set foot on U.S. soil for the first time in order to attend the latest session of the United Nations (UN) organization's General Assembly, made a "90 minute long rambling speech referring to scribbled notes on a piece of scrap paper", according to U.S. media reports.
The reports state that Gaddafi claimed that the H1N1 virus is a "military bio-weapon", a theory which has been confirmed as fact already by several experts, but which is likely to have further credibility difficulties due to the U.S. media's easy case to make fun of Libya's eccentric King.
The 90-minute speech of Gaddafi has received no notable coverage within any media, and what little coverage there is pokes fun at some of the general points such as the H1N1 pronouncement, his difficulty in finding anywhere to pitch his tent and the length of his speech given the officially allowed time-slot of 15 minutes, as well as his throwing of the UN charter paperback booklet over his shoulder several times, hitting the current Assembly Chairman, Dr Ali Abdussalam Treiki.
Libya is currently president of the General Assembly through 2010. The General Assembly carries no force with the UN dictated by the nuclear powers which sit on the "Security Council", which Gaddafi branded the "Terror Council" whilst again calling for its abolition. He has been regularly calling for the UN Security Council to be abolished for the past 40 years.
The video below addresses some of the issues concerning the H1N1 North American Flu popularly known as 'Swine Flu':