At one point, Moammar Gadhafi compares his rule to that of the queen of England, who has been on the throne for 52 years but does not wield real political power. "Queen Elizabeth has ruled longer than I have and nothing has happened to her, no one has bothered her," he says, speaking by phone on state TV. "I have become more of a symbolic leader. ... I don't have the same authority to impose or force rules upon the people," Gadhafi says. He says Libya has institutions that handle issues of the state "and those should look after these issues." "I don't particularly care about it and I am not interested," he says. "It is not a matter of authority, this is an international terrorism link that has spread all over the world." He ended the conversation by simply hanging up the phone, which went to a dial tone. Sasa anaanza kutia huruma, maji yamemfika shingoni.