You might want to keep an eye out for the blaming of the women in Tunisia. Watch for every lavish description of the excesses of Leila.
Tunisia's angry protestors are shedding no tears for the downfall of ousted President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali's greedy wife Leila.
The former hairdresser was likened to the Philippines' Imelda Marcos of the Arab world because of her love of wealth and its trappings.
While Ben Ali, 74, was granted refuge in Saudi Arabia, his wife, more than 20 years her husband's junior, was at first thought to be holed up in Dubai - a destination she is said to know well through shopping trips.
The woman who came from a humble background, was branded 'The Regent of Carthage' for her power behind the throne and her love of money, luxury cars and opulent homes.
I've seen a similar phenomenon quite often in Turkey and suspect the same lunacy's at work. There's a remarkable willingness here to believe that a bad man isn't really responsible for his behavior: It's the bad woman behind the scenes who took possession of his soul and made him behave that way. No reason the Western media must go along with this nonsense, is there?
I'm sure it's true that Leila's a real piece of work. But she wasn't in charge.
Meanwhile, there's been another self-immolation--in Mauritania, this time.