The White House aside, is there anything more useless, corrupt, immoral and completely full of shit than an Arab government? Just asking.
Below is my detailed analysis of what the Arab governments have done for the Palestinians since Israel began its orgy of murder against the Palestinians in Gaza a few days ago.
2. Okay, now it’s video time. You’ve earned it after all that. (I bet Shas Party members are wondering what the fuck I’m talking about, but I digress.)
The video below shows everything that is wrong with Arab governments.
For those of you who don’t speak Arabic, it is the press conference of the Israeli Prime Minister for Egyptian Affairs (IPMFEA), Hesham Qandil, at the end of his visit to Gaza which lasted about as long as a business lunch. He then got his ass out of town so fast you’d think he was a kitchen cockroach when the light is turned on.
رئيس الوزراء الاسرائيلي للشؤون المصرية هشام قنديل قبل فراره من غزة
A fugitive Syrian politician who is leading an opposition group in France has called on the British Prime Minister to take military action against Damascus government raising suspicions that London wants to repeat the Libyan scenario in Syria
Abdul-Halim Khaddam, former vice-president to Syrian president Bashar al-Assad, who is viewed as an opportunist in Syria, formed the National Committee to Support the Syrian unrest in Paris back in November with as little as 65 members and is now urging British PM David Cameron to help him back into the Syrian politics.
The opposition organization Khaddam leads wrote in a letter to Cameron that Syria is the main “tool” in the hands of an Irano-Russian coalition, which he described as risky.
“The brave decision by the British government and the countries that are aware of the risks of such a coalition, whose main tool is currently the ruling government in Syria, need to use military power to topple that government,” al-Alam news website quoted the letter as reading.
Khaddam’s choice of Cameron to write to, raises suspicions that Britain is plotting to devise a scenario in Syria similar to Libya. Continue reading →