Wednesday, June 15, 2005

Free Your Mind

I dedicate this little clip to all those...
who's idea of patriotism is having their own way,
who think loyalty to their leader means unexamined obedience,
who can't see the forest for the trees.

Press the LOAD button below and turn up the volume.

Note: I had prepared this prior to the elections in Lebanon. I am not criticizing any one event. No indignant comments please!

(If you don't have a Flash plug-in errr... sorry! Let me know in the poll below on the right)






7 Comments:

Blogger Eve said...

Wow! :)

10:50 PM, June 15, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

well it's the 10th time i check this thing out and it still amazes me. music-wise, concept-wise, design-wise.
Mayssam.

2:22 AM, June 16, 2005  
Blogger arch.memory said...

Nice job, Ramzi. Nice graphics, as always. Keep it up!

2:46 PM, June 16, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ramzi,
It's a GREAT clip, really I apreciate the great work. Nice idea and nice execution.

However if you don't mind me asking. And I really don't mean to be offensive.

I get the feeling you never ever liked the FPM and you never will. Isn't that also a form of not freeing your mind?
Isn't talk a bit easier than action?

Pat

4:16 PM, June 16, 2005  
Blogger Ramzi said...

Thanks for all the kind compliments! It really makes it all worth it.

Pat,
The reason I shun debate-by-comment is that most of what we say is said in anger and is always reactionary. It's not representative of my objective position.

Truth is I have a lot of respect for LFPM & its members. I had even decided to join at one point and was told that there was no need so long as I support the principle, which made my respect grow larger.

Although I try to avoid political posts, I could not hide my disappointment over the recent political maneuvers and positions taken by Aoun. And I am not alone, even some LFPM members I know are feeling the same way.

Sadly, most of the comments I got were bitter and hostile, as if I had desecrated some holy figure (the emails were even worse). I was called a Hariri brown-noser and a Jumblatt lackey, neither of which are true. Hence my call to "Free our minds, be colorblind".

Talk IS easier than action, and I bear no grudge. But I will continue to speak my mind. I hope this clears things up...

6:55 PM, June 16, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you for clearing that up.
Keep up the good work then.

Pat

PS: I think those alliances angered everyone even the most hardcore FPMers.

1:18 AM, June 17, 2005  
Blogger Delirious said...

waouwww!truly amazing! always a pleasure to drop by your blog! :)

5:47 PM, June 18, 2005  

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