Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Hezbollah is a mediator, how evil is that!

Intelligent technocrats, and Hezbollah acted as a mediator to make sure that the Patriotic Party's plan to revamp public power plants is not sabotaged. How would a western reporter describe that? First they'll ignore the technocrats, then say "as part of Hezbollah's evil scheme to take over the world..., they're preventing an old ruling class from freezing Lebanon in the past?!"

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

hypocrisy of pharmaceutics exposed!

In this Time article, pharmaceutics are said to not adopt a new drug discovered by researchers because it would not be profitable. And the part about our health?! This ridicules anyone who blindly trusts pharmaceutics to cure them.

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Fact denial in this Jerusalem post article

Israel is certainly built on the denial facts. The same occurs in this article where they call "terrorists" the Lebanese that followed constitutional procedures, and filed a legal a complaint to the united nations to prevent Israel from infringing on Lebanese maritime territory. Israel is coveting oil that is about tobe excavated, partly in the Lebanese territory.

Monday, August 15, 2011

pro-Saudi extremists trying to destabilize Lebanon

Dr. Lamb, is the author of The Price We Pay: A Quarter Century of Israel’s use of American Weapon’s against Lebanon (1978-2006). He reported in CounterPunch on May 24th, 2007 about terrorist cells in Lebanon, created by the pro-Saudi Future movement, and how these tried and failed to drag Hezbollah into a civil war in 2007. 

In 2008 a Saudi woman-reporter denounced Wahabi misogynist beliefs in an LBC report, and in the US prince Alwaleed rejected a mosq in New York. 

5 Fatah al-Islam mercenaries, who fought the Lebanese army in 2007 escaped jail on August 14th. 
At the onset of the so-called civil war in 1975, Lebanese jails were emptied by a puppet government. Is this some hopeless attempt to revice the old way of dividing and controlling small countries? Fatah al-Islam mercenaries are openly financed by members of the Saudi regime, whom the US is still covering for (or co-colonizing with?!).

July 19th, 2012: Lebanon Indicts Dozens From 2007 Clashes : NPR

Thursday, August 11, 2011

about avaaz's petition re:Syria

I tend to trust what Avaaz petitions; they seem to have a sense of justice. On the issue of Syria however, they are covering for Saudi-armed, Al Qaeda-praised elements in the revolt. A revolution is not the same thing as a coup by Saudi extremists. It's democratic to replace a dictator, yes, but not substitute one for another, that is more amenable to the Saudi regime, as are the remaining banana republics in the middle east.  There was a time when an oppressive regime from Saudi Arabia colonized the entire area, tried to assimilate everyone into the Sunnite majority (not pertaining to all sunnites), and almost annihilated minorities. That didn't quite work, but Saudi extremists with a faded glory complex are still trying. Terrorist acts were all committed by people from that faded glory neo-colonizing Saudi movement, the one the US supports. I am still waiting for an Avaaz petition that condemns the bloody Saudi dictatorship.

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

funniest religion!

True story by Omid Djalili!

Sunday, August 7, 2011

Learn from Russell Peters!

Russel Peters challenges Arabic stereotype.

Thursday, August 4, 2011

The armed gang controversy in Syria

The armed gangs controversy: the violent side o the Syrian revolt, and the accuracy of western reports on the issue.

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Civil law vs/ Islamism: follow Lebanon's example

This mideast article describes the islamist show of force in Tahrir square in Egypt. An yet, it is Hezbollah that scares everyone! Hezbollah was guided by the patriotic party in Lebanon to sign a memorandum of understanding (published by the Mideast monitor) where they agree to end sectarianism, and separate religion from state.  Scary isn't it, but islamist calling for an islamic government aren't.  The Lebanese Patriotic Party also proposed a unified civil law that abolishes sectarianism