September 26, 2011 – Another Monday. Back from our dacha up North. Prepared the blind for hunting deer this Fall.
I just heard that the U.S. government has refused a visa to Patriarch Al-Ra’i of the Maronite Church of Lebanon because he made “statements” concerning occupied lands while he was visiting France. Oh Boy! The United States, hypocrite beacon of free speech, denies a visa to a religious man who represents millions of Maronite Catholics around the world. What will the U.S. think of next? Did the U.S. deny Benny Mileikowski (“Netanyahu”) a visa because he won’t recongnize a Palestinian state? No, he’s a jew and Obama needs jewish money for his bid for reelection. He is a disgrace.
The BBC is becoming slightly irritating with its inept use of language. You see, they reported today based on “sources”, that 60 tanks were seen on the northern edges of that worthless, salafist city of Al-Rastan. Syria doesn’t need 60 tanks to cover infantry trying to eliminate an “infestation”. Sometimes, Syria has to move tanks for reasons going from maintenance to redeployment. The BBC claims, based on unnamed “sources” that three people were injured. Oh, my gosh. What about the 750,000 starving Africans in Somalia? Don’t they count more than the “three injured” in Al-Rastan? The BBC is running the risk of joing Prince Fatso’s ALJAZEERA when it comes to purveying pure horse manure.
Dr. Haroun, who just left Damascus for the U.S. contacted us last week indicating he wanted to move to Michigan because it was more Arab-friendly. This, even though he is Armenian. He tells us that when he left the Syrian capital, everything was “normal”. Like my wife’s relatives, he detects a programmatic effort by western media to paint the situation there as something dire. We laughed over the whole thing and I promised I would help him to land a job at some hospital here in the Detroit area.