The Colonel's New Culture
Colonel Muamar Gaddafi has been a nightmare for the Libyan people. He not only continues to cling to power and remains defiant when everyone wants him out, but he also never hesitated eliminating anyone who resists him. As the Gaddafi regime is progressively fading away, Muamar Gaddafi is not only leaving a completely ravaged country behind him, but he has clearly stimulated artists, photographers, amateur musicians and countless Youtubers in ways he never intended.
In an infamous televised speech he used the expression Zenga Zenga or Street-by-Street to warn that his forces will clean up every street of the country. Since then Zenga Zenga songs have gone viral, many versions of the original one have appeared over the Internet. But it is not just music. Drawings of Gaddafi have also emerged. In this special, Redouane Benmehdi gathered a few interesting pieces of work and displayed them on our community site. If you have suggestions or have your own work, please let us know or send them to us via: http://northafricaadvisers.com/connect/