الخميس، 18 مارس 2010

بعد وكت

مؤسس الذاكرة : العراق انتقل من جمهورية الخوف الى جمهورية السرقة والفساد

كنعان مكية: تمنيت لو أني لم أقل لبوش أن العراقيين سوف يستقبلونكم بالورود

ـ18 آذار 2010

صدقَ لإلله: مو صوجك صوج الزواج السمعولك وورطوا أمريكا والعراقيين

زين شنو سالفة "إن صوت إنفجارات القنابل على بغداد في 20 آذار 2003 هي موسيقى بإذني"؟ ـ

هلكد تحب العراق والعراقيين؟؟ـ

تحديث: مقالة سابقة في 2005 عن كنعان مكية: أين موسيقى بابل، يا كنعان مكية بقلم منى زكي


Comments:
I’ll never forget and no other Iraqi should his statement that “the sound of bombs bombs dropping over Baghdad was music to his ear”.

Only someone twisted and consumed with hate could say that about the city of his wretched birth. I know his mother was not Iraqi but the bastard grew up in Baghdad.

He stole all the important documents of the state and donated them to an American university as if they were the private property of his illustrious father. If he is complaining about his beloved Shia stealing the country blind, then let him at least return what he stole.

I know that he’s been trying to distance himself from the destruction he so loved to hear but if he’s trying to tell us that he has a conscious then let him tell hat to the marines.

The Shia wholesale plunder of Iraq contrasts with a story I heard from a reliable source about AbdulRahman Arif. His son Qais was planning a trip to Czechoslovakia and wanted another officer friend of his to accompany him. He asked his president father to agree to a “silfa” for his friend. The reply was “lesh hathil floos mal bet abook?” and turned him down. I asked Qais about it and he confirmed the story.

Another story about AbdulRahman, the sane friend who was an officer in the republican guards was on his way to the president’s office but saw him in the company of other people so he turned back. The president called him so he entered. This simple president had ordered his officials to tag, measure and record a very large and very expensive carpet sent as a present from the Shah of Iran so it can be added to the official palace property. He could have taken it himself as it was a present to him, but no, we had people of honour i.e. not the present sectarians.
 
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