7.10.05

Rocking the Libano-blogosphere, hot air style

The wind of change is blowing, the lebanese are moving forward. Naturally, our enemies have come out of their kennels, salivating, drooling, teeth bared, and looking for an inch of our skin they can sink their teeth in...

When we start an interesting study of our past, these people ask us to live in the present, when we let bygones be bygones, these people come out and accuse the christians of being zionists and the muslims of not being patriotic.

When their backs are against the walls, these terrorists go on the offensive, it's childish, yes, but effective.

There's the specter of incrimination hanging above Hizbullah's heads, and so the usual suspects have come out with their usual rhetoric. The zionists naturally killed Hariri, it's a US-Israeli conspiracy to trouble Iran. Who cares about Iran? I want to see what Nasrallah has to say about Lebanon. Nothing. He doesn't care enough, apart from it being a launching pad for him and his cronies to do Iran's bidding.


There's a unanimity in the will to control the palestinian terrorists in the country, so naturally the gang leaders in the camps have started threatening another civil war. But heaven help you if you talk about disarming those criminals because it immediately makes you anti-arab, anti-muslim, zionist, et al.

The Syrians are smuggling weapons in, probably overseeing the recent terrorist attacks and stirring this pot of Hizbullah a-la Palestinian with a sprinkle of Berri, and a of dash Qawmi-souri, and a group of vegetables who knowingly or out of their own ignorance, only help to escalate this (aoun, cedar's guardians, etc).

And on this part of the blogosphere as well, the same sorts come out. Their rhetoric identical to Hassouna and co, but naturally with a spot of 'lol' and ':)', because, after all, they're modern, net-savvy people, and not propoganda machines. It's a never-ending sound bite, said with different accents, signifying nothing.

PS: I hope I've managed to insult everybody. If not, if you and yours feel left out, let me know and I'll give you a plug :)

3 Comments:

At Friday, October 07, 2005 9:23:00 PM, Blogger JoseyWales said...

Good round up of the situation Tempest.

Don't worry. Might take years, but until we find 3 reasonable people in Lebanese politics, "Against everybody" is a good and defensible position.

 
At Saturday, October 08, 2005 4:56:00 PM, Blogger Lebanese Meze said...

"Against Everybody" - Where do I sign-up?

 
At Friday, October 14, 2005 5:24:00 PM, Blogger End racism said...

I hope I've managed to insult everybody
What about Hariri, Inc.? Ahh wait, but then we would have to get into arguments about what patriotism is all about.... mmm.

Well, I will keep the arguments for my Lebanese foreign policy (if such a thing has ever existed or will ever exist...) course... we have some very interesting folks registered in the class, including a MP (no, you didn't insult his affiliation)... It's going to be a very insultful year, I trust.

Believe it or not, it is possible for a Hezballah supporter to become a member of LFPM. It's all about FREEdom, but this time it's non-Saudi style. :D

 

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