Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Gaza: Day 4

More massacres, more dead, pictures of dead children all over the news.

Where else in the world could such a thing happen and the perpetrator allowed to get away with it. No sanctions, no cutting of relations, only feeble voices of condemnation that achieve nothing. And still the civilians die, the Palestinians remain without a land, and without any human rights.

A new low for the Arabs: the Arab league won't even have an emergency meeting to put out their usual useless statement this time.

Jordan: not yet withdrawn their ambassador (but unlike the 2006 Lebanon war, I hear they're "considering it", well ta very much)

Egypt: in deep trouble as they are seen as aiding and abetting.
Nasrallah decides to be his usual condescending self and declared his own personal war on Egypt.

Nothing will ever change.
I hate the Middle East.

Saturday, December 27, 2008

Gaza Massacre

200 dead and counting

Fuck the Butchering Israelis.
Fuck the world for standing by and watching the Palestinians have every supposed human right stolen from them for over 60 years and still do nothing about it.
But most of all fuck the Arabs Leaders for being such useless pieces of shit that a whole arab nation is decimated off the face of the Earth while they sit around and watch.

Oh wait, I'm sure someone will now call a meeting of the fucking useless Arab League to put out some fucking useless statement.

Thursday, December 25, 2008

Merry Christmas

Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas.

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Been on Vacation.....

I've been Internet disconnected while on Vacation. So now I'm back I have to make up for it....

Lets start in Russia: thanks for the MiG's darlings, we finally have a real air force ....kiss kiss kiss to the Russians

Gaza: the Egyptian/Israeli blockade continues. Note how I said Egyptian/Israeli. Look at the ironies of time, if you went sixty years back and told them that the Egyptian government is taking part in a blockade against the Palestinians they'd think you were totally bonkers. But hey what's a few starving Arab citizens when you have to teach Hamas a lesson. Ah those Arabic leaders, always willing to sacrifice their citizens for any cause.

Greece: The Greeks show that they have Mediterranean blood running in their veins too...

Microsoft: too late with the patch, have already switched to FireFox (OK I admit I didn't uninstall IE , I always like to keep my options open)

And last but not least: ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha shoes ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha Bush ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha etc...

Tuesday, December 02, 2008

Secretary of State

First Tilhasteezee Twice and now Hilary Clinton.....
Sigh, what did we ever do to deserve such a fate?

Monday, December 01, 2008

Two old enemies falling apart

The Lebanese media has been rife recently with news of the problems in the two diametrically opposed parties, the Kataeb and the SSNP.

These lifelong enemies seem to be going through tough patches at the same time. In fact their destinies have always kind of been intertwined , whether in conception (both with Nazi flavors), their battles , assassinations and constant animosity (which leaves no room for resolution of conflict), and now it seems , in their final swan song.

One is dying because it is a private family enterprise with an unsavory history, in a time where people are (slowly) waking up from their "follow a family" stupor. The other is on its way out because in a time of growing nationalism , they refuse to reexamine their original now inapplicable principles. Add to this the takeover of the party by the less palatable elements under the pure control of the Syrians, they have become thugs and a joke rather than a party.

To tell the truth, I couldn't care less if both parties fizzle out. In fact I wish that all parties and politicians that had anything to do with the civil war would follow suit. We need new people with new ideas, new thoughts. We need people who will come to serve (rather than rule) this country, and drag us kicking and screaming, into civilization.