SECOND POST – SUNDAY, AUGUST 13, 2012 – WHY THE ARAB LEAGUE F.M. MINISTERS’ CONFERENCE POSTPONED:

SECOND POST – AUGUST 13, 2012 – ARAB LEAGUE FOREIGN MINISTERS’ CONFERENCE KICKED OFF SCHEDULE;  SHEIKH HAMAD WARNS OF PRINCE’S SELF-IMPLOSION. 

It’s official – if anything from the Arab League could be called that – the “Snarl-at-Assad Snarlathon” conference of Arabic-speaking foreign ministers was called off for non-specific reasons.  But SyrPer knows exactly why the entire affair had to be cancelled.  You see, Sheikh Hamad, champion pedophile and fecal fetishist of Catarrh, couldn’t get anybody important to come.  Algeria would not send anybody – even the Grand Pimp of Oran.  Lebanon, having been excoriated by Hizbollah for only “abstaining” at the U.N.G.A.  and then failing to attend the Tehran Conference had to give in and send supporting messages to President Assad.  Iraq, really miffed now over this oil business between the Kurds and the Turks, told Hamad to stuff his bedsheets up his patron’s fabled well-upholstered haunchesJordan warned it could not vote for anything about anybody.  Even Egypt wasn’t prepared to attend and say anything, a new development for a race of people who can compete with Italians for verbosity.  Sudan wasn’t sending anyone because Khartoum cannot afford the air fare.  That left only the Emirates, Saudi Arabia and, well, Qatar and  — maybe- Somalia.  Even Mauritania had better things to do.

Hamad Bin Jassem eyes a young blond page during a conference in Istanbul.  His appetite for perverse acts with orphaned East European catamites has called into question the real reason for Qatar’s support for Islamist causes in Syria. 

They say the whole purpose of the meeting was to discuss the possible new U.N. delegate to the Syrian crisis: Al-Akhdar Al-Ibrahimi, an Algerian with a long record of failure in most of his appointments.  But the man looks like a diplomat, sort of, and acts, oh so French and oh so elegant – enough to make him palatable to even the most contemptible Gaullist limonadier de derriere.  

He seems pretty well-suited to follow in the footsteps of Kofi Annan.  After all, Annan failed – and Al-Ibrahimi is destined to bollocks everything up, as usual.  We wish him the very worst.  But, if Mother Russia really wants him, what can we do?