Saturday, February 04, 2006

Bashar to the world:

If you get rid of me, you will end up with these crazies.


He's really lucky that the "Muslim outrage" really got sparked when a Danish publication published the cartoons. I don't think he would have thought the German or French embassies to be so disposable.

What a way to get a message across, eh?

8 comments:

ghassan said...

I would much rather have the "crazies" if they are a true and democratic representation of the will of the people rather than to have stability at the expense of civil rights and human dignity especially when it is enforced through a savage , dictatorial regime.

Vox Populi - Agent Provocateur said...

Bashar trying to build up his Islamic credentials?

BTW I also choose the crazies.

Anonymous said...

what's so democratic about burning embassies?

Butros

AbdulKarim said...

At Mustapha's blog, I condemned the cartoons and said that arabs are right to express their anger. But this has really gone out of hand and it is very wrong to continue this way. This is even beyond over-reaction.

Dr Victorino de la Vega said...

Once again, why the racist anti-Christian and anti-Alawite double-standard??

These despicable demonstrations in Damascus today were probably organized by some agents provocateurs working for the Saudi regime- the employer of Lebanese collaborators such as Saad Hariri and Fuad Saniura…

You want us to believe that it’s OK for faux sheikh Saad and aspiring-sheikh Saniura to call a foreign head of state (king Abdullah Ibn Saud) the “noble leader of our Ummah”…But I wonder which Ummah they’ve sworn allegiance to though: the Pan-Hambali nation of sheikh Ibn Baz, a man king Abdullah and Osama Bin Laden both called “the brightest theologian of our time”?

The same Ibn Baz who was Saudi Arabia’s longest serving “Grand Mufti” and openly called for “Nasarah” [Christians] and “Mataweelah” [Shiites] to choose between Allah’s true faith and death?

Saint Luke (who happened to be a Syrian physician, just like Bachar but I’m digressing as usual!) once said that "a good tree cannot produce evil fruit, nor a corrupt tree good fruit; and nobody gathers figs of thorns, nor grapes of brambles."

Can’t help thinking of these ancient words of wisdom when I watch Future TV, Iqraa’, Al-Arabiyya and other Saudi-owned networks preaching religious intolerance and bigotry to the gullible masses…

As for the “captive” Christian slaves segment of the Saudi market and other clueless viewers of LBC, well they are treated with an even more deadly cocktail of Star Academy, belly dancers, and interviews with May Chidiac’s plastic surgeon- the one who did the brain implant job on sheikh Saad!

Two hundred years of fanatical Wahhabi activism boosted by Saudi Arabia’s immense oil revenues, compounded by France and England’s brutal colonial practices in the Middle-East and North Africa, and America’s unwavering backing of Israel’s war crimes have succeeding in tilting the Mohammedan collective psyche towards a very reactionary interpretation of Islam, which in many ways is simply a natural defense reflex albeit an obscurantist and backward one…

Isaac Newton's Third Law of Motion states: “To every action there is always opposed an equal reaction: or the mutual actions of two bodies upon each other are always equal, and directed to contrary parts. Whatever draws or presses another is as much drawn or pressed by that other”.

Prescient words in many ways...

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Solomon2 said...

He's really lucky that the "Muslim outrage" really got sparked when a Danish publication published the cartoons.

Maybe he made his own "luck".

lecentre said...

It's an interesting and credible notion that you're putting forward. What makes you think Assad is behind it though. I grant you it is in his interests to destabilize Lebanon, but I don't know that he's necessarily behind every terrible event that goes on. Other groups also have an interest in such destabilization, including Iran's mullahs and Ahmadinejad, terrorists who base themselves in Lebanon because the instability means it's impossible to drive them out, to name only a few.

I'd love to hear why you figure it's Assad?
Oh, and I don't mean to defend Assad. He's a disgusting turd. I'm just curious if it was just a gut reaction, or perhaps something more in depth?
Oh, and I've blogrolled this site for my own blog, centrerion.