July 22, 2004

The GREAT CLEANUP is coming...

I missed, but Tom Bowler points out this great piece by Alaa:

...Well, of course the Arabs are our brothers in so far as we are an Arabic speaking people. And of course we don’t wish them harm. And how many sacrifices have the Iraqis made for their sake? So, we wish them well, generally speaking. However, how we wish they could be less stupid, less cruel and more understanding. Also it would be nice if they could become less selfish, less hypocritical, less addicted to lying, treachery and jealousy. That would be nice. And perhaps they could show a little more concern about the murder of our people, the destruction of our livelihood, the sabotage of our national assets and infrastructure. It would be even nicer if they could actually stop perpetrating these rather unfriendly acts....
A nice rant, I just quoted the warm-up.

And then there's this:

...Oh yes, this new government is achieving amazing success in even such a short period. This is going to drive the enemy to desperation, and this is becoming clear in the increasingly venomous tone of his vituperations on Al Jazeera terrorist station and such similar media. Imagine this, a station run by Wahabis (nicknamed Filthy Beards henceforth), staffed with Baathist Palestinians and financed by a mini state, which is supposed to be an ally of the U.S. and enjoys the full patronage and protection of the West, without which protection it had no chance in hell at survival; a strange situation indeed!

If there are Iraqis amongst these people they had better come to their senses and stop destroying their country. Otherwise they will find the determination of the people getting more and more firm, and with each terrorist act more and more people alienated and determined at confronting and defying them. The GREAT CLEANUP is coming and the HOUSE shall be in ORDER sooner and later, with the vermin TOTALLY EXTERMINATED, God’s willing...

Salaam

Salaam. Or as we say here, amen Brother. How's the song go? "...stone be rolled away, let the guilty pay, it's independence day..."

You know, I would guess that the postmodernist preemptive-surrender crowd can't even imagine that terrorist attacks might make a group stronger. More stubborn, more dangerous. They can't imagine people who still have what they have lost, a belief in the future...


Posted by John Weidner at July 22, 2004 8:27 AM
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