Winter, Mark 1958- :"It's gettin' a bit crowded down here guys." 22 October 2011

Winter, Mark 1958- :"It's gettin' a bit crowded down here guys." 22 October 2011
Date
2011
By
Southland times (Newspaper)
Ref
DCDL-0019287
Description
The cartoon shows a plump grinning devil holding his trident; he says 'It's gettin' a bit crowded down here guys.' Context: The cartoon suggests that Colonel Gaddafi will be joining the many fighters who have died attempting to shore up repressive governments during the series of protests and demonstrations across the Middle East and North Africa which has become known as the "Arab Spring". Gaddafi was captured alive in Sirte by members of the Libyan National Liberation Army after his convoy was attacked by NATO warplanes as Sirte fell on 20 October 2011. Gaddafi was then killed in controversial circumstances by NLA fighters. (Wikipedia) Quantity: 1 digital cartoon(s).
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