Gadhafi Likens Protesters to Ravers on Drugs (Sort of)
Ravers have become a powerful constituency in L.A. In 10 short years the ecstasy-fueled party has gone from underground problem to mainstream concert at public venues such as the Coliseum and Sports Arena, where some elected officials have defended the events.
Gadhafi: Nutter numero uno.
But who knew all the way across the world in Libya ravers were starting a revolution?
That, at least, might be your conclusion after hearing the words of dictator Moammar Gadhafi Tuesday:
He blamed unrest in his nation -- and calls for his ouster -- on youths drugged up on "hallucination pills."
CuriousJosh Freedom-loving ravers, American-style.
Hmm. Were they Mitsubishis? Maybe Mickey Mouses? How about Obamas. We here those are good -- revolutionary, even.
Gadhafi seems to think his country's youths are drinking too much of this particular Kool-Aid.
Gadhafi said the drugged-up youth would face death under Islamic law. See, L.A. e-tards -- it's not so bad over here.
Actually, sorry ravers. You're the sober ones for once. Gadhafi is a nutter not even worthy of L.A.'s most out-of-control parties.