Saturday, March 7, 2009

Size matters?

I was sitting around thinking, sipping on my last drops of vodka, and I started wondering about those radicals in Tjetjenia. Ramzan Kadyrov, the president is trying to give Hugo Chavez, Robert Mugabe and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad a run for their money. 7 women got murdered late last year and this tiny man declared them to have been: “Of substandard morality and got what they deserve from their male relatives”. Sometimes you really feel like a feminist don’t you? Anyhow, Ramzan Kadyrov got me pondering a bit about how it always seem to be those smallish gentlemen’s that are screwed up in a monumental fashion. Hitler, Napoleon, Stalin, Pol Pot and Mao were all of the petite variety. I’m not saying all tiny humans with the male reproduction organ are going on a killing spree whenever they get a chance, but maybe size matters?

Ahmadinejad is a tiny Muslim smurf, so he fits the profile. Chavez isn’t really tiny, more of average size and he seems bigger being so fat, just like Mugabe. And those socialist views we sort of thought we had got rid of, is today instead being imposed step by step in western societies by mainly average sized people. So maybe my theory doesn’t apply all the time, which is too bad because Putin is a petite little guy and I’m kind of hoping he might get the show on the road in the near future. And we might also rely on Kim Jong-il to strut his stuff and that guy is really a miniature of a man. But most likely we haven’t seen the next generation yet. We are still a couple of years away from the real financial crisis that will follow today’s minor one and in the waves of those coming fun times and in particular during the aftermath we are going to see a couple of those tiny ones rise to power and one or several of those will not disappoint. Mark my words. So my new prediction is not only the coming apocalypse but also that there is tiny men who will do the most damage. And call me an optimist, but I’m hoping to see a petite woman this time. Maybe a female dictator might do some things to an unsuspecting populace we haven’t seen before? Oh, I can’t wait.

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