Friday, September 25, 2009

Jay Leno on Qaddafi's Boorish U.N. Diatribe

IF YOU THINK commencement addresses can be long and sleep-inducing, you ain't seen nuthin yet. GLOBAL BORE and terrorist-in-recovery Muammar Qaddaf ascended the U.N. stage Wednesday with an hour-and-a-half long rant against the Security Council, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the “silent devils” who don’t tell the whole truth. He mercifully cut himself off before every one had left the room. Here's a taste of Qaddafi's winsome style:


Paul Gordon said...

I reckon it's part of being a narcissist; being so in love with one's own words (Castro was also fond of multi-hour speeches).

H/T: Ace of Spades...
At one point during yesterday's awesomely crazy speech by Khadafy the voice of the translator changed. I joked they had to go to the bullpen but I honestly thought it was just a shift change or something.

Turns out, the guy lost it and had to be replaced.
After struggling to turn Khadafy’s insane ramblings at the UN into English for 75 minutes, the Libyan dictator’s personal interpreter got lost in translation.

"I just can’t take it any more", Khadafy’s interpreter shouted ito the live microphone – in Arabic.

At that point, the U.N.’s Arabic section chief, Rasha Ajalyaqeen, took over and translated the final 20 minutes of the speech
Khadafy Nearly Killed His Interpreter At The UN


Webutante said...

Thanks for this comment, Paul.


Jungle Mom said...

Why do we give these egotistical maniacs an audience?????

Webutante said...

Beats's politically correct to love dictators and those who want to destroy our way of life??