Muammar Khaddafi, by daullé
Following the same road to freedom as in the former Warsaw Pact countries did in the 90's, the submediterranean people's wrath is growing under the astonished look of western TV but with an important support of web users of the whole world.
The Libyan case sounds different because of the 40 years archetypic special character of his leader and his particular way to manage his tv shows.
One of his last discourse showing him filmed under a parapluie sitting in a sort of campingcar looked like an extract of the old Chaplin's movie "The Dictator".
Weird but never comic because of libyan people's blood coloring the dark vision of an historical moment.
(to be continued)