Shalom Brother Leader, but the show must go on
The unforgettable show this blog was promising to the readers in Libya has surpassed all expectations. In a spectacular outburst of madness Gaddafi ordered his air force and navy to bombard Libian cities. The death toll is running in thousands. Now it seems to be only a matter of time before the opposition storms Tripoli and dangles the Brother Leader from a lamp post. The opposition will have no other choice as attempting to try Gaddafi is risky of leading to hours long orations that would decimate the court and audience and overwhelm translators from Arabic assigned an impossible task.
The time has come to add another post to my Shalom Haver series where Gaddafi will join another great "son of Africa" Yoweri Museveni, George Bush and other distinguished individuals. As the time to bid Shalom is approaching, let me praise the Brother Leader by saying that he was one of those rare individuals who could either bore the living daylights out of his audience or leave you rolling on the floor laughing for hours. There seemed to be little left between these two options.
As a global entertainer, Gaddafi has left far behind the two other clowns from the holy trinity of the UN podium clowns, namely Hugo Chavez and Ahmalalah. The Brother Leader has been on the watchlist of this blog since years. I am sure that I am not the only one who is going to miss mr. The King of kings. As we are bidding farewell to the King of kings and the leader of the revolution, I would like to pay homage to the Libyan Brother Leader by linking here one of the last anthologies of his exploits compiled by this blog.
However, we should never forget that that incredible entertainment we owe not only to Gaddafi's personal talents, but to the countless politicians and diplomats, learned idiots from academies of international relations and foreign policy, and other well intentioned individuals around the globe, whose monumental effort finds its culmination in that global podium of psychos, clowns and psycho-clowns called the United Nations. As Gaddafi is steadily progressing towards that lamp post in Tripoli, I want to calm and reassure our readers that the death of Gaddafi will not make the show stop. This is because the show cannot be stopped. This is because the show must go on. This is because we have that theater of the absurd in New York as a guarantor of free global entertainment. Shalom Brother Leader, but the show will go on.
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