Statement of the Lebanese opposition to Sanyura's government

Read the statement here.

Well, the December 1st movement against Sanyura's government does not seem to me like the authoritarian, anti-democratic and theocratic political movement Sanyura and western governments are portraying for mass consumption.


Dr Victorino de la Vega said...

What’s good about Gen. Mitchell Aoun and his secularist Shiite allies (I say secularist even though some of them wear turbans!) is that they’re capable of using by themselves the most sophisticated marketing techniques in vogue at Northwestern and Princeton to create highly original content delivered efficiently through a variety of media…because they’re part of the Western/secularist cultural sphere.
And look at Hezbollah’s Al-Manar TV brilliant programming that shames the decrepit Soviet-style TV networks of Israel and Saudi Arabia.

The Saudis and their corrupt Lebanese puppets resort to the expensive cum ineffectual help of foreign (read subsidized by Washington) PR firms such as Saatchi & Saatchi because they can’t create original marketing campaigns of their own: they are the truly backward “Oriental” savage who can only “imitate” (after all Al-Taqleed is the cornerstone of Wahhabi/Taleban culture) the western model, just like domestic apes try to imitate their human masters.
From that perspective, Bush and his Neocon handlers are also primitive savages trying to ape experts in political marketing such as Robert Nixon and Ronald Reagan.

MarxistFromLebanon said...

Actually, for a Zillion reason both camps are disastrous...

Sophia said...

I don't agree with you and I will explain why in my next post.

Since March 29th 2006