Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Screw. You.


You worthless talking pile of human excrement.

The only reason Israel hasn't toppled your palace over your head is because they know you are too spineless to ask for anything but to be left at the helm of a rotting regime of fear and death.

I will watch your own countrymen drag you into the street and stomp your cowardly corpse into a pulp.

That day of reckoning is near.

Until then you can carry on being this guy...

23 Comments:

Anonymous ghassan said...

Once the change occurs, and it will, the benefits will not be felt only by the Strian people but by the whole neighbourhood.

2:48 PM, August 17, 2006  
Blogger Akiva M said...

How do you think the change will occur? I assume that this Assad, like the last one, is still willing to play by the Hama rules.

Ghandi could lead a non-violent revolution against the british because - in the end - they had a deeply ingrained sense of morality and right and wrong. Washington could lead an armed revolution against the british because he lead a population fighting on its home ground against an army that needed to be resupplied from across the sea (and because of french support).

I don't see a popular revolution sweeping syria any time soon, since Assad is ruthless (so non-violent protests won't work) and because his army has all of the advantages (knows the terrain as well as any revolutionaries, has control over the weapons, etc.)

I wish I could be as optimistic as you, but I can't, not on this issue.

7:11 PM, August 17, 2006  
Blogger yaser said...

ramzi,
what bashar assad said about the March 14 coalition in no way reflect how the majority of the syrians view those patriotic parties
and i say to akiva m,that change is coming to syria ,i assure you,

9:35 PM, August 17, 2006  
Blogger Carmel said...

ramzi it's good to see you back to your old self. i hope situation will stay normally boring around us.

12:52 AM, August 18, 2006  
Blogger Akiva M said...

Yaser,

I'd be very happy to see it, and would do everything I could to support it (though as an American Jew, I guess the best thing I could do is stay away so nobody gets accused of being a tool of the Americans or Jews :( ). But like I said, I'm not optimistic.

2:31 AM, August 18, 2006  
Blogger Mirvat said...

Amen Ramzi

Akiva is here too!!

4:45 AM, August 18, 2006  
Blogger yaser said...

thank you akiva m for your willingness to support democracy in syria:)

11:56 AM, August 18, 2006  
Blogger Ibn Bint Jbeil said...

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8:29 PM, August 18, 2006  
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8:30 PM, August 18, 2006  
Blogger Akiva M said...

I'm everywhere (how else do you think we control the world? ;)

11:24 PM, August 18, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

democracy in syria?!..hahahaaaaaaaa
i thought it's called clapping in syria for that dog who barked....fuck u ya 7mar ya bashar

11:31 PM, August 18, 2006  
Anonymous alex dev said...

i am french, i support liban because in this country they are all brothers and they don't care about the religion. i support also israel and jews because they suffer too much.

i am sure liban and israel can live in peace, and i am sure palestinians can find an other way to reach what they want and one day it will be possible to share the country with equity.

the real problem for the moment is iran throug syria. if the united nations do nothing and leave syria and iran growing it will be a disaster. it s like leaving a wolf eating until it become stronger and dangerous. we have to be very fast, each day it grows.

Ramzi, i heard about your blog in a french paper. thanks.

4:12 PM, August 19, 2006  
Anonymous Roa said...

alex dev my dear
Thank you for your kind thoughts for Lebanon but whereever did you get the outrageously funny idea that in Lebanon "all are brothers and they dont care about the religion?"
:) :) :) :)

7:04 PM, August 19, 2006  
Blogger gabrielf said...

yeah thıs guy should try and shave hıs moustache...

11:57 AM, September 02, 2006  
Anonymous Colette said...

Amen, ramzi!

7:23 AM, September 03, 2006  
Blogger Lycanthropy said...

:)

9:58 PM, September 04, 2006  
Blogger MalikElBatata said...

i find your comparison of bashar to alfred e neuman very offending. Alfred is an upstanding hard working well dressed well bred self made individual albeit not the brightest lamp in the chandelier. Bashar el Asad is ... well ... Bashar el Asad.

1:05 PM, September 05, 2006  
Blogger Slink said...

pleeease be safe and well and okay... and please update soon. Worried about you. x

10:52 PM, September 19, 2006  
Anonymous girl across the sea said...

I meant to stop in here some time ago...I am waiting for someone to invent more hours in a day...

Just checking on you...hoping that with everything that has happened personally and otherwise the past months you still can find some reason to smile....greet the day. Wishing you peace

God Bless

9:38 AM, September 20, 2006  
Anonymous frostie said...

what happened? where are you?
please update!

6:47 PM, October 12, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

everyone go home the guy quit blogging

3:01 PM, October 14, 2006  
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