The BBC are reporting tonight absolute chaos and carnage in Libya. The violence has spread to the capital Tripoli and there are murmours that Colonel Gadaffi has fled to Venezuela.
Senior diplomats are defecting whilst two army aircraft pilots have done so too by landing in Malta and asking for political asylum.
Suddenly, this country that has been ruled by Gadaffi since 1969 seems set to go the way of Tunisia and Egypt.
However, the significant difference is that the regime is fighting back with what some high ranking diplomats are calling 'genocide'. There's bloodshed and there's violence and when I wake up in the morning, I don't know what the news will have for me.
These are critical times for the Libyan people.
At this time of great national upheaval, I give a thought for the poor people who are fighting tonight for their lives.
As Mark Knopfler of Dire Straits sang "We're fools to make war, On our brothers in arms".