SECOND POST – FEBRUARY 12, 2013 – SYRPER’S 2ND WOG OF THE YEAR NOMINEE GOES TO EGYPTIAN

SECOND POST – FEBRUARY 12, 2013 – SYRIAN PERSPECTIVES’ SECOND WOG OF THE YEAR NOMINEE GOES TO EGYPTIAN!!!

HE PROWLS THE HALLS OF POWER WITH NOTHING BUT A LUMP OF HASHISH IN HIS POCKET

HE POSES BEFORE THE WESTERN PRESS AND CAMERAS LIKE AN OMNIPOTENT DESPOT READY TO INFLICT PUNISHMENT WITH IMPUNITY

FOR HE IS AN EGYPTIAN GOD, THE SON OF AMENHOTEP, THE ADOPTED SON OF RHAMSES, THE SHAGGED SHADRACH OF SHESHONK!! THE MIGHTY GNAT! THE ONE AND ONLY:

NABIL EL-ARABY 
Al-Araby, seen here, responding to hecklers referring to him as …that little gyppo“.  He rejoindered with a “…well, up yours, Assadist stooges”.  Indeed.


Like all true WOGS, El-Araby was educated in a prestigious Western school where he was groomed to properly shine white men’s shoes, scrub dormitory urinals and toilets, brush jackets and clean ashtrays.  He learned to speak excellent WOG English with such phrases as:  “Egzactily, Effendi” and “Would you like me to polish your skull, Yaa Baik?” and “Shall I fetch your hot water bottle, oh wise one?”.

El-Araby attended New York University’s Law School where he received an LLM in 1969 and then, a JSD in 1971.  Flush with degrees from the New World, he returned to his native Egypt where he was quickly recognized as a stumpy freak and relegated to a job dusting benches at the Ain Shams University Barber’s School.  He also earned extra money sweeping hair clippings off the floor at the college.

       

In this rare photo of Mr. El-Araby, the Secretary General of the Arab League can be seen finishing work at the Heliopolis Barber College.  (Photo. Courtesy of Mrs. El-Araby)

Not satisfied with a job befitting an Egyptian manservant, El-Araby spoke to fellow 2013 WOG nominee, NAVI PILLAY, of the U.N. Human Rights Commission and winner of this year’s “American-Hindu Chaiwallah Award”, who convinced him to apply for the job of Secretary General of the Arab League.  Excited by the prospect of leading an organization that has never accomplished anything and which was known affectionately as the “Ayraab Junket League”, El-Araby applied for the position in earnest and found out that the sole requirements for the job were the following:  (These criteria are quoted directly from the Arab League Green Book of Service to Freckled People:

1.  Must have excellent technique for shining leather boots, swiping porcelain and removing ashtrays;
2.  Must be prepared to serve sandwiches to Englishmen after 12:00 a.m.
3.  Must provide extraordinary services to people of European descent no matter what the request.
4.  Must be Egyptian.

The Arab League quickly accepted him and provided him with a salary and marching orders.  To this day, he continues to pay heed to the Saudi Arabian plutocratic grubs who fund his position (read: U.S,), the ape-like Emirs of Arabia (read: U.S. and U.K.) and the U.S.-controlled Secretary General of the U.N. (read: U.S.).

The Board of Governors of Syrian Perspective hereby award Mr. Nabil El-Araby a temporary gift in recognition of his hard work in reaching the pinnacle of “Worthy Oriental Gentleman” status- this beautiful token of its esteem for a real WOG:

 

This heirloom, once owned by Deshawn Washington’s great grandfather who polished George Lincoln Rockwell’s boots, is an admirable addition to Mr. El-Araby’s world-famous collection of shoe brushes and polish.  

Good Show!

   

    

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From what I could read here and there, Al Nusra is doing a major offensive to take the Aleppo airport. This is not a coincidence; since the SAA has taken Anasartha a few days ago and thoudands of men (probably with tanks) are now in Safira, which is 20 to 25 km on the south east of the Aleppo airport. So they saw a major danger coming from there. There could be a major collision around the Aleppo airport today.

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LOL

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I don’t like the situation. Ar-Raqqah wil probably a target soon and once those savages have taken a city it takes a year to disloge them and everything is destroyed. I don’t know if they have a strong milicia there, if they check what’s in the vehicles who come into the city, but accounting for what hapened elsewhere it’s not a good sign.

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Syrian jets breaching Israel territory, I am not sure about aircraft. Ziyad says they are mig-31’s

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Rebels trying to escape the heat end up toasted in intense firefight.

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=ec4_1360707590

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Hi Ziad,

I am from India and a strong supporter of Assad. I would like to know the latest status of Aleppo. Heard from news outlets that international airport is under real threat from the terrorists. Can you please let us know the latest status?

Thanks,

Anand

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I hope for other good news today, I’m sure there are plenty where it really matters (Damascus,Homs,Aleppo). But I expect Ziad to deny (as usual) the fall of al-Shaddadeh, which seems to be a small township of no strategic importance in the North East. It’s all in the news today. On the other hand with a little help from Iraq/Iraq my guess is that it would be possible to take it back within a few days.