Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Via Kabobfest

22 comments:

  1. Thanks for making my day Saif....
     
    Shame on me for finding it funny....
     
    I would like to share with you all an article I wrote that was recently published in the Arab American News:
     
    <span>Arabs will determine their destiny</span>
     
    http://www.arabamericannews.com/news/index.php?mod=article&cat=commentary&article=2140
     
     

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  2. I know that this is off topic but I thought you all would find it of interest:
     
    The Jewish conspiracy against Durban II (No, seriously)
    <p>By Michael J. Jordan 
    <p>April 28, 2009
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    <p>http://blogs.jta.org/telegraph/article/2009/04/28/1004744/the-jewish-conspiracy-against-durban-ii-no-seriously
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  3. Marion I read your article and posted it below on the same link as the youtube video.  It was a great piece and thanks so much for sharing.

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  4. And happy to make you laugh.

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  5. Wow. I knew Mubarak was an idiot. Didn't realize he also looked so much like one.
     
    Now the fool should fall on his knees and beg the Iraqis for forgiveness for sending so many suicide bombers to mass murder them and for supporting the Iraqi Resistance in its attacks against the elected Iraqi Government, Iraqi policial parties, the Iraqi Army and Iraqi Police.

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  6. One more piece of interest concerning Dick Cheney. If this is true, he is one sick cookie that should be at the least put behind bars for the rest of his life...And I worry about those still in power who think like he does... 
      
    Vice's Secret Vices 
      
    April 29, 2009 
      
    Maureen Dowd 
      
    http://www.nytimes.com/2009/04/29/opinion/29dowd.html?_r=1

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  7. What do you mean anand, he has been  one of the U.S. and Israel's closest "moderate" allies in the region....Are you saying the U.S.'s "moderate" allies are behind undermining the U.S. sanctioned and occupied Iraqi government?
     
     

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  8. Well that is a relief, but the person who sent it to me, a former foreign service worker, seemed to be taking it seriously which is why I was wondering about it....  

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  9. Andy Worthington: Even For Cheney, The Al-Qaeda-Iraq Torture Story Is A New Low Since the publication last week of the Senate Armed Services Committee's report into detainee abuse in Afghanistan, Iraq and Guantánamo (PDF), much has been made of a footnote containing a comment made by Maj. Paul Burney, a psychiatrist with the Army's 85th Medical Detachment's Combat Stress Control Team, who, with two colleagues, was "hijacked" into providing an advisory role to the Joint Task Force at Guantánamo.
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/andy-worthington/even-for-cheney-the-al-qa_b_192865.html

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  10. Marion, why did Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Syria support the Baa3thist resistance in Iraq. They are no friends of America or Iraq for all their fake smiles.
     
    They were furious at who won the 2005 Iraqi elections and stepped up their support for the resistance. If you will notice, Marion . . . the resistance signficantly rachetted up after the democractically elected government of Iraq assumed power. The violence peaked in 2006.
     
    Part of the reason they did this was because they believed the Iraqi resistance was anti Iran. Part of the reason, I believe was their attempt to sow sectarian discord and conflict in Iraq and prevent Iraq from becoming a successful prosperous democracy. The Arab dictators are hated by their people and would likely be trounced in any 1 person one vote elections.

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  11. That is a great photo make-up...lol

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  12. I may have to use this picture...

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  13. thankgodimatheistApril 29, 2009 at 9:38 PM

    He dies his hair!!!YUCK!
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  14. Tgia,
    Yaani you thought he was 90 years old with alot of black hair?

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  15. thankgodimatheistApril 30, 2009 at 1:01 AM

    I never really looked. But this close up attracted my attention. He's 90 you said? Gee!

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  16. thankgodimatheistApril 30, 2009 at 1:42 AM

    Now I know where this flu came from

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  17. They are no friends of America or Iraq for all their fake smiles.
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    Really? How do you explain then the very cozy relation existing between several of those regimes and US imperialism? How did the House of Saud and the House of Bush become so entangled in a webb of common investments, interests, friendship, and complicity of the most despicable nature? How is it then that US oil companies and Saudi Arabia emerged as economic powerbrokers as the result of all the shady deals they have entertained over decades? Don't you ever pay any respect to objective facts?

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  18. Shouldn't the guy embracing him have a Hyena features?

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  19. The House of Saud buys American politicians (and politicians from many other countries around the world) like so many cards in their pocket. If you think they "care" about America I have a bridge I would like to sell you. You are slightly naive Moy ;)
     
    Moy, large multinational corporations don't "belong" to any country. Most of them are mostly owned by investors who aren't Americans and behave that way. America only has a fifth of global income and a smaller share of global wealth than global income since we Americans love to borrow from foreigners.
     
    As you are aware, KSA sells more oil to China than America. Many of the large recent KSA contracts are with "Chinese" companies.  However, these companies don't really belong to "China" or serve "Chinese interests." Many of these large Chinese multinationals are mostly owned by foreign investors. Increasinly borders don't mean much any more.
     
    You don't know the meaning of imperialism.

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  20. Moy
    The photo of the guy embracing him doesn't need any Photoshop's enhancement.He looks like a Hyena anyway.

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