Relative Cynicism: On Democracy by Saddam Hussein

Monopol Magazine reviews On Democracy. They write (through Google translate)," It was the artist Paul Chan said at the edge of the Documenta 13 in May, was one of the most disturbing texts he had ever read. A friend had the peace activists Chan, who had traveled in the 90s several times for a human rights organization in Iraq, the essays of the dictator paid - as a joke. Chan found her again, after Saddam had been executed and a suicide bomber had destroyed the book market in Baghdad. Suddenly all this was not even wrest the darkest bit of humor." Read the rest at Monopol.