This Will End Badly: Libyan TV Anchor Edition

“With this weapon, I either kill or die today, you will not take al-Libiyah channel. You won’t take Jamahiriyah channel, Shababiyah channel, Tripoli or all of Libya, and even those without a weapon are willing to be a shield in order to protect their colleagues at this channel. We are willing to become martyrs.”

Yeah, really? How… How’s that workin’ for ya?

So the Libyan resistance, rebels, whatever, the people officially recognized as the Libyan government by the U.S. and pretty much every nation not run by like-minded dictators, and also Egypt, are knocking on Tripoli’s doors, but that doesn’t mean after years and years of mental and social conditioning the presence of the new people in charge isn’t just going to turn people off Gaddafi like a switch.

Nope, he still has his followers and many are in his own state-run media (all of it’s state-run).  Clearly, this woman is a part of that minority.

We wonder what, exactly, do Libyan reporters pack?  That’s a two-tone piece right there, prettay swankay. (Is it two-tone, or is that a trick of the lighting?)  Gaddafi never struck us as the tacticool type, definitely gotta have his people armed with sexy guns.

Gaddafi’s army, after all, sport FN F2000s, which are about as futuristic-looking as gun porn gets.  Still, we wish journalists and news reporters in the U.S. could carry guns on their person.  Oh right, we totally can!  (In most states, natch.)

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