Friday, October 21, 2005

Wi'am Wahhab opens his big fat mouth again!

Okay, how does this person have the audacity to open his mouth? It is so damn obvious that he is on the Syrian payroll, yet no one seems to care or do anything. Okay, its not like he is powerful, or has any real impact on developments, but the guy is simply so damn annoying. Today (or yesterday) Wagoofy said the following:

"I am flabbergasted at the Mehlis report, which is empty of any serious evidence
and is mainly an instrument designed for usage by the U.S. and its European
allies to upgrade political and economic pressures on Syria,"


Not even Lahoud or Franjieh went as far as him. In fact, I believe he basically took those words right out of the Syrian "information minister's" mouth. Why the hell doesn't someone arrest Wi'am Wagoofy for treason??? Just lift the bank secrecy laws and you'll see the stash of Syrian money there! Maybe then, we can start setting a good example!

10 comments:

Anton Efendi said...

Don't blame him. Read that moron As'ad AbuKhalil.

Raja said...

dude, everytime i try reading that guy's writing, i just zone out after i'm a third of a way through. if his stuff was worth the effort, i'd try harder to go through it all.

Anonymous said...

It is absolutely high-time for Lahoud (and the likes of Wahhab and Kandil) to be officially charged with treason and disposed of..once and for all.

FGA

Raja said...

FGA,

it appears that Future's drive to dippose of Lahoud has gotten into gear!

Anonymous said...

Raja,
I agree...And I will sit back, relax, and [REALLY] enjoy the show.
FGA

Anonymous said...

Can anyone speculate as to why Lahoud would recieve a suspicious phone call on his personal cell phone just minutes before the explosion? Has he categorically denied recieving that call? Will be hearing more about this call in the near future?

Just wondering..

Raja said...

anon 4:02,

I hear from a very close friend who is well-endowed with strong connections that Lahoud will not make it through the fall. He is even vague when I ask him what he means by "make it"!

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Anonymous said...

Raja,

Your "[well] endowed" friend is wise.

As far as I'm concerned, Saddam has a better shot at winning a U.S. senate seat than Lahoud at having a peaceful end of career.
And it will be fun watching him stumble and fall...forever

FGA

Vox Populi - Agent Provocateur said...

Yes, Lahoud must be dealt with, but peacefully.

Anonymous said...

do you think Mr X is Walid Joumblat? based on the notion that he must be someone close enough to hariri to ask him to resign, and at the same time friendly enough with rustom ghazaleh (see rym ghazal's piece in the daily star...)