SECOND POST – January 12, 2012 – ALGERIAN FOREIGN MINISTER PUTS KIBOSH ON QATARI ATTACKS AGAINST SYRIA.
The foreign minister of Algeria, Mourad Medelci, has stuck a big thumb into the eye socket of Prince Fatso of Qatar with his statement that Algeria will not honor any Arab League boycott imposed against Syria, an Arab nationalist position which conforms closely to that of Lebanon, Iraq, Jordan, Yemen and Sudan. Qatar, which had hoped to bring Syria to her knees with financial deprivation and isolation now finds itself in the minority. Even that reprehensible Qatari goon, Sheikh Hamad bin Jassem of the Second Rate Tribe, was left imploring Syria to comply with certain Qatari demands. President Assad gave him Syria’s answer on Tuesday.
“I look that good, uh?” inquires the empty-headed pedophile, Hamad bin Jassem
F.M. Medelci was asked about that curiously suspicious Algerian Arab League monitor, Anwar Malek, who resigned claiming frustration with “farcical” efforts to observe events in Syria. He said rather wryly: “Well, we have another 10 observers from Algeria with the Arab League mission, and none of them has made any such claims”. As it turns out, even General Dabi has called into question Anwar Malik’s mental state. According to the head of mission, Anwar Malik appears to be a “sick man” who spent all his time in his hotel. Other news outlets have revealed that Anwar Malik is a relative of Burhan Ghalioun, the sodden, ash-complected, syphlitic leader of the exiled Syrian Transition Council. Oh, surprise! But would you think the BBC would report that? No way.
Syria’s victory with the Arab League effort to marginalize her is now taking the shape of an assault against Qatar and the benighted trash dynasty of the Second Raters who rule it. With the exception of Tunisia, Libya and Qatar (UAE), the Arabs are not falling into line and we are beginning to hear the exile community complain about Arab ineffectiveness and impotence. Well, what do you want to do now? Attack Syria. No-Fly zone. This, with the Russian navy, docking at Tartous and Latakia. Qatar has failed. Qatar will soon be no more.
I have much to write and lost so much time because of the cyberattack against my blogsite. But I have to go now and take care of some business. I will write tomorrow and give you my prediction about the future of Qatar and the World Cup. Ciao. Ziad