TRIPOLI, Libya - Libyan Dictator Colonel Moammar Gadhafi has looked very, very close and he has seen the writing on the wall.
The dictator who angered his people by imposing a 60 percent tax increase on camel food has met with a representative with Lions Face pictures about starring in Dictators Without Borders with Hollywood's Rob Pattinson and Johnny Depp and Bollywood's Aishwarya Rai.
The movie was written by noted Albuquerque author Wigmund H. Fallweiser, III. He is one of the world's foremost experts on dictators and the story is based on the life of none other than Colonel Moammar Gadhafi.
Oddly enough though, Gadhafi will not be portraying himself in the film. He will instead be portraying Yoweri Kaguta Museveni the dictator of Uganda.
RPattz will be starring in the role of Colonel/Dictator Gadhafi and the ex-Miss World Aishwarya Rai will be starring as Mrs. Colonel/Dictator Gadhafi's beautifully stunning wife Safia.
Johnny Depp, fresh from his movie flop with Angelina Jolie, The Tourist, will be starring as the dictator of Syria Bashar Al Assad.
The film will be shot on location in Tripoli, Libya; Kampala, Uganda; Damascus, Syria; and Yuma, Arizona which will also be doubling as Tripoli, Libya.
The epic motion picture is being directed by two of the most famous producer/directors in the entire world, brothers Amaretto and Staccato Monteverdi.
Staccato Monteverdi did not want to divulge too much about the film but he did point out that three high profile individuals have agreed to appear in cameo roles.
Amaretto, took a sip from his glass of Chateau Mouton Rothschild Pauillac wine, and remarked that he has already signed Simon Cowell, Prince Philip, and President Obama to appear in the film as camel herders.
He added that Prince Philip and President Obama will be riding the two-humped camels themselves but Simon Cowell, who has never even been on a carousel horse, will have a stunt double for the camel race scene.
Prince Philip has stated that he will be donating his movie salary fee to his wife Queen Elizabeth to help defray the cost of Prince William and Kate Middleton's extravagantly extravagant Royal Wedding.