Theater at the UN Security Council

The Neo “Marxist-Leninist” creazy Arab find it:

The Russian and Chinese governments veto is an opportunity for the US at the UN “to pose as a champion of the Syrian people”. He wrote in English Al-akhbar.
Russia can’t be a new super power without being “Marxist-Leninist”, the veto has nothing to do with oil and gas, has nothing to do with dismantling the Russian union, after dismantling the USSR.

The Lebanese-American professor of political shit at California State believe that the second double veto has nothing to do with the struggle with and on Syria, and new world order, Russia “can easily sell the Syrian regime in a negotiated deal with the West”. Russia and China ….. “May need in the future to repress and kill their own people, and they don’t want to set a precedent for an outside intervention.” Thus said the crazy Arab, following the steps US propaganda about, Saddam, Kaddafi, and now Bashar is killing his own people.

Posing, like Susan rice, as a “champion of the Syrian people” the creazy arab claimed that The Syrian people are left out of the discussion. They have been used by the propaganda of both sides. The Syrian regime is now increasingly a pawn in a regional and international game and is increasingly subservient to the agenda of its regional and international allies, just as the Syrian National Council is hostage to its regional and international alliances. A spontaneous and popular uprising has been (forcibly) transferred into a regional and international confrontation”

Few days ago, Ibrahim Al-Amin, the chief editor of Lebanon’s Al-akhbar wrote about the  symptoms of isolation In lefty liberal. I wonder if he was addressing his comrades. So far Amin’s article is not translated, not published in the English Akbar. This is my translation (forgive my english)


It seems that who consider himself a LEFTIST, as I do, has painted for himself a typical image. A large part of those I meant in my article last «how to be a leftist liberal» looked nervous. I thought their the general interests are much larger than this discussion, that they’re in front of the agenda on how to interact with the existing Arabic revolutions, and share them. But it seems, again, they remain where they are, on the sidelines of the scene. At the best they pose observers. Express sympathy or prejudice or anything, but they think they have moral superior qualities from fantastic source, making them dizzy, they think for a moment they are professors in giving tags to this or that people or groups alike.

Unfortunate, refuse to admit that they are from the past, that the real vanguard people and realistic today are not from their environment, not their offsets, not resembling something of their slogans, not including even attraction even to a teenager. stiffness infects their scare frameworks, infertility affects what is left in their minds, the surprising game is the closest to their minds. Performing the role of liberal Pro-all the rights of the individual….

In Leninist organization years, the community controlled individuals. The solubility in the community was a prerequisite for membership. It was not a great mix, individual values and humanitarian ideas and sensitivities that were driving the individual to deny himself, even the limits of scratch, to die so others live. But their liberal offsets, did not know the story but its margins, impatient with teamwork; because it deprives the individual properties, prevents the differentiation, and the right to exit the row without the permission of the Leader. But he, himself, the wretched left-wing liberal lacks the idea of teamwork. The idea that there is an Emir, who thinks, decides, and lead, and the rest are just obedient soldiers. But the image blank of anything, make them accept the replacement of general framework, with small frames to smaller groups, gathering what is less than the number of fingers on one hand, or two if brilliant.

They are protesting the general laws which manage the family, school, tribe, caste, region, State, nation and world. None of them can claim possessing a uniting idea.

For decades they live in the reaction zone. All the anger that accommodate them, because of the tragedies that face individuals or peoples, disappear on late evening, behind a Cup with custom music for daydream.

And on the morning they lineup like screws in large machine doing anything on the pretext of searching to live. They never dared to follow the steps of real freedom fighters who carried sincere position, abandoned places, habits, work, and privileges, because they are convinced that none addresses their daily concerns, who never used violence for violence, like extremists all over the world now, on behalf of the religions or without, feeling useless life, turning themselves into tools to defeat themselves, and to be used by their enemy with the illusion that they are the real actors.

What they reject, is not typical conventional image people should follow, but what they really reject is to recognize that their quest to be different ended up in disagreeing with themselves only. They don’t know they look like all their opponents, they are a mirror image of anarchists, who pay little attention to anything around them other than their right to express themselves. They are a mirror image of exploitative, who never cared for the crying poor, and resorts to increase profit, by any means available to them.

Then they in the final analysis, a minority lacking much true knowledge, as if they did not know schools, and curricula, even the scene where they live. All they know is that they are prisoners of hideous symptoms……

A Liberal leftist is a real ill man. He refuses to accept the diagnosis, and going voluntarily to get help. And If satisfied or forced, God knew if is a proficient treatment!
Theater at the UN Security Council
It was quite a show at the UN Security Council this weekend. Susan Rice of the US could not believe that the veto was used in that august body. How could the veto be used to abort the will of the international community? Her country has sixty vetoes in support of Israeli war crimes.

The US never misses an opportunity to feign outrage even at events in which the US has very little credibility. Rice’s indignation reminded one of another Ms. Rice in US foreign policy: it was Condoleezza Rice who clearly and categorically (and she admits that proudly in her “No Higher Honor” book) rejected and postponed any agreement on a cease-fire during the Israeli war on Lebanon in 2006. She even talked about her indignation at the French foreign minister who dared to propose an immediate end to killing in Lebanon. The US now has an opportunity at the UN to pose as a champion of the Syrian people: an uprising in Syria or in Iran is all that the US can afford, because the rest of Middle East tyrannies are nothing but US puppets.

The Russian and Chinese governments are being hailed as the new rivals to the US on the world stage. Syrian regime propaganda TV stations are hailing the rise of Russia as the new super power. They even celebrate the return of the Cold War. The Syrian regime perhaps expects the Neo-Soviet power to threaten the US with nuclear annihilation on behalf of the Syrian friend. Of course, the Russian and Chinese vetoes had nothing to do with the Syrian people or their welfare. Russia and China simply learned from the case of the UN Security Council resolution on Libya: those two countries may need in the future to repress and kill their own people, and they don’t want to set a precedent for an outside intervention.

Russian statements on Syria lack any sentimentality or even friendliness towards the Assad regime. Russia has its own calculations and the Syrian regime has much less to offer to the Russian government than Western governments do. Just as Russia defied the American will at the UN, it can easily sell the Syrian regime in a negotiated deal with the West. But the Syrian regime lives in another era.

The Security Council watched a presentation by Hamad bin Jasim of Qatar. This highly unpopular figure (who is associated in Arab public minds with Qatari normalization with Israel and with a statement to the effect that Arab governments can’t help the Palestinians and that Arabs can only offer to “beg” the US to restrain Israel a bit) became the accepted leader of all the Arabs. When US government officials speak about what “Arabs want”, they are referring to this oil (and gas) sheikh. And just as Amr Mousa was a puppet for the Mubarak regime and the GCC in the Arab League, Nabil Arabi became an obedient servant of Qatar (House of Saud is distracted with succession matters and illnesses of senior princes).

The Syrian ambassador was also allowed to make a presentation (Syria is allowed to speak at the UN, but not at the Arab League, from which it has been suspended). He likes to appear as a man of literature (but he seriously fumbled the name of the German poet, Goethe, and dared to cite the poems of Nizar Qabbani, who was banned from Syria for years).

The Syrian ambassador delivered his talk without any passion: he—sticking to the policies of his government—criticized GCC countries vaguely and without naming names.

The Syrian people are left out of the discussion. They have been used by the propaganda of both sides. The Syrian regime is now increasingly a pawn in a regional and international game and is increasingly subservient to the agenda of its regional and international allies, just as the Syrian National Council is hostage to its regional and international alliances. A spontaneous and popular uprising has been (forcibly) transferred into a regional and international confrontation.

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