Thursday, 17 March 2011

Libyan revolutionaries swallowed by white smoke

Frit well remembers hearing the dust cloud that rose over Manhattan when the twin towers went down described repeatedly by a certain broadcaster as “white smoke”. This mysterious phenomenon has now reappeared this morning over the wobbly nuclear power plant in Japan. To Frit it looks like steam, which is what you get when you cool a hot body with water. To media people it is much more dramatic white smoke. The biggest beneficiary of the reappearance of this white smoke is, of course, Muammar Abu Minyar al-Daftgafi, son of Mohammed Abdul Salam bin Hamed bin Mohammed Al-Daftgafi, otherwise known as “Guide of the First of September Great Revolution of the Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya“.
It appears this monstrous peculiar communist tyrant has managed to slaughter all those wonderful democratic revolutionaries our media stars spent a whole week or so egging on and shining the spotlight on before suddenly abandoning them to their fate in their desire to drench us in much more interesting white smoke and invisible rays.