"To the impartial eye, the world not only seems an unlikely one-off phenomenon, but a constant strain on reason. If reason exists, that is, if a neutral reason exists. So speaks the voice from within. So speaks Joker's voice." - Jostein Gaarder

Saturday, December 31, 2005

My dear ex Vice-President!

Mr. Abdul-Halim Khaddam, talking about a country...
Is it the same person who served as vice-president for the last 35 years?!!

Let's go through these years in witch he "served and gave the Nation the best of himslef" as he said... shall we?
1970 Haffez Assad comes to power after a military coup... Khaddam is there.
1978-1986 Massive raids and strikes and arrests against ALL political factions of syria, from the very very Left to the very very Right wingers!.. Syria having its WORST days regarding individual/public freedoms since the ottoman occupation... ofcourse he was here.. serving us his best!
1986-mid 1990s... Syria having its WORST economic situation since the ottomans... ofcourse he was here STARVING with the ppl, and waiting in line for a piece of bread!
2001... a crush down of newly emerging political freedoms that resulted in the arrest of Damascus Spring symbols... among them MP - Riyad Seif, Professor Aaref Dalileh, MP - Maamoun Al-Homsi... ofcourse, he was lecturing about democracy then...

I'm tearing apart when he's speaking on Arabiya.. I have this urging feeling to just throw anything at the TV... I feel biiterness, I feel pain, I feel humiliated infront of millions... I wanna cry, I wanna call him a Liar, I wanna lose this feeling of being a Nothing in my own country... while murderers like Khaddam make the News...

No Mr. Khaddam, ur not a part of this Nation... and u're no better than any of the regime left here, if not WORSE than most of em... u're of those ppl who cold bloodedly bombed a CITY.. a Syrian City with Syrian INNOCENT ppl living there... Hama [only 5% of the body count was of the MuslimBrotherhood]... u're of those ppl who watched the Massacre of Tadmor without as much as a blink, no u're worse.. u might be smarter.. but u're still a criminal to me...


Blogger Vox Populi - Agent Provocateur said...

Good ol' Khaddam trying to portray himself as a good man. It is very laughable but the important thing is that this interview is a severe blow to Bashar and his clique.

December 31, 2005 6:55 AM

Blogger damdom said...

eh wallah eh wallah... 3amo Khaddam couldn't swallow that another pocket is being filled with 700 million s.p per a year, ya 7aram el zalamy is being cheated so take it easy guys...wallahi beza3il...:D

January 01, 2006 5:44 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thumbs up!
first time to visit this blog!
Thumbs up for our brothers in Syria!
Khaddam only blew himself, he's nothing and he's not not part of this nation...
We always knew who killed hariri! But as stupid as he might get, we know that he's not better than any of them
Playing it safe now doesn't mean the people will forgive...

January 01, 2006 7:12 PM

Blogger Sarah said...

Great blog! Thanks for your comments on Sophieland. Glad to know someone is actually reading!
Happy new Year!!
Sarah (sophie's mum)

January 02, 2006 8:26 PM

Blogger Bassam said...

The sad thing is that our country is filled with "Khaddam-likes" who are still silent, and happy. They stole, they benefitted, they supported, they shut their mouth up. As he is this bad, why wait till now to call names and list properties and who paid and who didn't??? The matter of fact is that all those attacking now have probably committed similar things, minus the interview (and I am not defending him nor them). What we are good at is pulically attacking those who behave like Khaddam at this point but not before it. I think if they want to start real trials and such... then all names should be put in a list and be targeted.

January 03, 2006 3:59 AM

Blogger moryarti said...

I just read your post on the News Wire and totally loved it ...

In my blog, i tend to stay away from politics since , to be honest, i failed to see any point getting all worked up on issues that are already planned out for in advance.

Nevertheless, its great to meet people like you ..



January 03, 2006 9:21 PM

Blogger Yazan said...

Anon, Sarah, Moryarti.. welcome!

as I read somewhere, "I Believe everything Khaddam has to say about the regime, and I believe everything the regime has to say about Khaddam, everything they both will say..."

@moryarti... yes, I have been to ur blog before... but it's just that u have to get some stuff off ur chest.. or else u'll drown in bitterness!! at least that's what happens in Syria!

January 03, 2006 11:13 PM

Blogger moryarti said...

i hear ya buddy -

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