September 24, 2009
Editor’s note: ABC may portray Gadhafi as a nut case, but there is plenty of evidence indicating that H1N1 is indeed a bioweapon (see video below).
If Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi didn’t wear out the welcome for his first trip to the United States before he even arrived, he likely did after he addressed the United Nations General Assembly today.
In a 90-minute speech before the U.N., Gadhafi delivered a halting and often rambling address in which he seemed to speak off the cuff, continually referring to notes scribbled on pages torn from a notebook.
Gadhafi railed against the U.N.’s power structure, the war in Iraq, suggested the H1N1 flu virus was a military conspiracy, called for a new investigations into the assassinations of President Kennedy and Martin Luther King, Jr., and demanded European countries repay African countries for their colonial plunders.