Monday, February 18, 2008

The Satanic Comments

One of my favorite hobbies is reading the idiotic comments left on al-Arabiya news items by people from all over the Arab world, there's even some sort of sub-culture thing going there with famous commentors and stuff. Fortunately, there is someone out there who shares this little habit with me, read her she's good.
Speaking of inane comments, you guys should take a break and read what people have been suggesting to Last of Iraqis at his last post, the list includes Kuwait, Ramadi (cuz it's mostly angelic Sunni :P), Iran (cuz it's gonna annex you anyway), I held my breath for Mali (cuz it starts with the same letter as your name) but then it took a huge plunge down stupidity when Jeffrey suggests for him to stay and rebuild your great country in a line that took me straight back to the glorious Hamlat al-Iimar of the Post-1991 war by Sadoomi, I did issue a ceremonious fatwa on these guys, but now I'm seriously considering shedding their cyber-blood, Salman Rushdie on your ass!

71 comments:

Jeffrey said...

Abbas,

Shaggy just purchased a new big-screen TV. Why not catch the next bus to Baghdad and you and Last of Iraqis can head over to Shaggy's house and watch some football.

Heh. Heh. Heh.

C'mon, everyone's actually returning to Iraq now. Don't be a slowpoke.

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Jeffrey said...

Abbas,

Going all Salman Rushdie on our asses?! Really?

Har har har.

You and WHAT ARMY, Abbas? Saddam's army? You mean the guys stripping out of their fatigues, walking along the highways, and waving white flags? Those guys?

You've been punked, son.

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BlogIraqi said...

Speaking of dumbass comments, take a look on this one.

Jon in Maryland said...

Hi (no longer a)Kid Abbas,

I'm very sorry about your loss of another friend. Nothing could be worse as the vehicle for graduating from kidhood.

I'll try once more to post this suggestion that I typed in about five times over a week ago. It got dumped every time. I'd like to combine the themes of your elephant post and a few preceding it by suggesting a brand new flag for Iraq. First, leave aside the red, green, white, and black, and start with a royal purple background to remind of all those kings, etc., who ruled over Mesopotamia during the last 5 or 6 thousand years -- from Hammurabi and Nebuchadnezzar through Persian kings, Alexander the Great, Abbasid caliphs, Mongol khans, and Ottoman sultans, to the Hashemites (and, perhaps, with a slight nod to Saddam Hussein's delusions of grandeur in comparing himself to Nebuchadnezzar and Salahuddin). In the center of this purple field will be an elephant "rampant" (a term from heraldry indicating the animal is rearing up on its hind legs), and perhaps the color of the elephant, or at least part of it, should be red, white, and blue stripes, in memory of the occasional rampaging of Britain and the U.S. through Iraq in the last 90 years. The elephant could stand in part for the tendency of some Iraqis to remember every wrong that happened to them (except, perhaps, the identities of the specific people responsible when it comes time for payback).

Since the portrayal of a living creature might offend the religious sensibilities of some Sunnis, you might consider distributing around the flag the six parts of the elephant used for identification in the fable -- a tusk in the top left, trunk in lower left, ear just above the center, scrap of elephant hide just below the ear, tail in the upper right, and a leg in the lower right. This would also be emblematic of the current fractured state of the Iraqi body politic. If Iraq ever gets its act together, the elephant could be reassembled, or perhaps the whole flag could be in the shape of an elephant!

I'd suggest leaving the "Allahu Akbar," in Kufic script at the top center (to make sure no one mistakes it for Saddam's), since Iraqis have probably gotten used to it, even though they sometimes have strange ways of interpreting and acting on it.

Finally, I would also suggest adding the following motto along the bottom (might take a couple of lines):

أمة عربيكرديتركيفارسياشوريبابليكلدانيسومريعراقية واحدة ذات رسالة خالدة - چيل!

(BTW, the first letter in the last word is a Farsi "che" rather than an Arabic "jim," in case it's too small to make out the three dots.)

Jeffrey said...

BlogIraqi,

You really want to get into it? I've left a few more comments on your blog. Let's go, tiger.

If anyone else is interested in mopping up the crocodile tears issuing from BT and BlogIraqi's eyes, then join the debate over at BlogIraqi's place. It's time we put a bright light on these phony propagandists.

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CMAR II said...

[abbas] going all Salman Rushdie on their asses

Bwahahahaha! (deep and echoey)

Bring it on, kiddo! hee hee heh heh

sick of it all said...

Hey Kid, Can you crush the gang of cockroaches from "Iraqi" (lol) Bloggers Central? You would do everyone else a big favor.

Saleh said...

Sick of it all, agreed. Either these idiots should be banned for attempting to monopolize all discourse on Iraq and for attacking all Iraqis that don't follow their politics or the conversation should be switched to Arabic. Either way I am sick and tired of going to every single damn Iraqi blog on the net and finding the most absurd comments from Jeffrey and his gang of idiots on all the comments sections.

Bruno said...

"Either way I am sick and tired of going to every single damn Iraqi blog on the net and finding the most absurd comments from Jeffrey and his gang of idiots on all the comments sections."

:lol:

Jeffrey does my work for me. He just can't help being himself.

:)

Anonymous said...

I think visiting a blog is sort of like visiting an embassy...
You are stepping into someone else's country. How arrogantly patronizing to insist that the people in that nation should think like you.
As an American, I find idiots like those above embarrassing.

lelly said...

lol
Salmon Rushdie is an idiot. It people like Theo van Gogh who are real heroes of free speech.

CMAR II said...

[anon]I think visiting a blog is sort of like visiting an embassy...You are stepping into someone else's country.

Ridiculous. A blog is a box to stand on in "Speaker's Corner". The more opinionated your rant, more likely you will get dissenting shouts from the audience. How boring to only read "at-a-boys" on a blog like Abbas's.

Naturally, dunderheads like Saleh will seek to insulate themselves by moving their box to a shack where they'll be more likely to encounter only people who agree with them. Heck, Saleh wants to move somewhere where he'll be less likely to encounter even IRAQIS who disagree with him.

lelly makes a good point, abbas. You went Salmon Rushie on the ITM boys and they lived to see the day when they were proved 100% right. That won't do. You should go Theo van Gogh on our asses! Now that will leave an impression!

Abbas Hawazin said...

You're right, they're totally 100%
right...

wing....

whores.
****
salih, sick of it all....
plans?

I've thought of emailing anthrax but it's been overdone. how about we hire Zeyad to get Omar Fadhil passed out on one of their drinking binges and then get him to sprinkle some sort of poisonous powder on Omar's penis, that's gotta kill them both in no time.
No offence guys, it's just that you've been too annoying as of late. No hard feelings.

Anonymous said...

Hahahaha

LOLOLOLOL

Hahahhaha

Anonymous said...

@ Abbas Hawazin (& @ BlogIraqi).

Dear Abbas (and dear BlogIraqi), you should be a bit more consistent in your stance.

If you believe that Jeffrey Schuster and those enemies of Iraq who subhumanely dwell in and near his Rats' Central should be disposed of, then, quite simply, DO !

Catch those insane zoo inmates (especially the Rats Jeffrey, CMARII, & Anti-Iraqi Sectarian American 'Mojo', and the Snake 'Anand') by their scaly tales, and whack them against the rock up to the time they are transformed into a lifeless pulp; and make clear to their slightly less disgusting associates (such as our friend, the 'Negligent Homicide' Arizonian pongid RhusLancia) that such an abominable mixture of a zoo and a gay brothel cannot EVEN be mentioned.

Instead you, dear Abbas, amiably discuss (!) with Jeffrey the King Rat; while BlogIraqi even (!!!) keeps Rats' Central as one of his FOUR links, on top of discussing with that sort of vermin !

An Italian (and damn Blogger).
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lynndie_England

Abbas Hawazin said...

Mr. Italian,

Don't get your panties in a bunch, I'm all for hearty discussion of all shapes and sizes, besides, I don't kill anybody ; I wouldn't hurt a fly, I just make fatwas, fatwas with cheese, fatwas on the go, take your pick.

Here's a compromise kill solution: there's a shrine of Jaffar bin Abi Talib in Jordan, I will go there tomorrow and write him a letter asking him to weld the assholes of Jeffrey bin Schuster and Cmar il 7mar together so that whenever they go on a shit-spewing rampage they will only shit themselves.

Bruno said...

"Here's a compromise kill solution: there's a shrine of Jaffar bin Abi Talib in Jordan, I will go there tomorrow and write him a letter asking him to weld the assholes of Jeffrey bin Schuster and Cmar il 7mar together so that whenever they go on a shit-spewing rampage they will only shit themselves."

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Ah, me aching ribs.

Death by mutual constipation.

That's an excellent "compromise" solution. :)

Mayssam said...

"I'm all for hearty discussion of all shapes and sizes"

Abbas ,

I'm afraid that If Italian and Bruno become residents here your blog will no longer be a space for discussion of any shape .
Those 2 and few others helped transforming Ziad's comment section in to something out of a mental hospital .

Anonymous said...

@ Abbas Hawazin.

[Abbas] "Here's a compromise kill solution: there's a shrine of Jaffar bin Abi Talib in Jordan, I will go there tomorrow and write him a letter asking him to weld the assholes of Jeffrey bin Schuster and Cmar il 7mar together so that whenever they go on a shit-spewing rampage they will only shit themselves".

It was months I didn't laugh this much at Iraqi blogs!

Bravo!


An Italian.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lynndie_England

Abbas Hawazin said...

don't worry mayssam, i try to balance.

BlogIraqi said...

Italian,
Few minutes before I read your comment I noticed that I kept the IBC link on my blog, and I removed it.
Thanks for the reminder though.
I have asked them more than once to keep out of the comment section in my blog, and most of the time in a bad-mannered way.

Abbaaaaas,
Your new name reminds me of the "Abbas" poem by Ahmed Matar.
Anyway,
[Abbas]:I'm all for hearty discussion of all shapes and sizes
I would like you to show me one hearty discussion with those guys.
And btw,
I think I abide with your recent fatwa in my blog. Don't you think so, sayyidna?

lelly said...

lelly makes a good point, abbas. You went Salmon Rushie on the ITM boys and they lived to see the day when they were proved 100% right. That won't do. You should go Theo van Gogh on our asses! Now that will leave an impression!


Haha.yes, well Van Gogh was by no means an angel of light. I don't have any particular desire to see abbas/the kid/whatisface as a free speech martyr with a note pinned to his chest with a knife...
However, imatating him would be alot scarier than doing a Rushdie on certain ppls asses, so please go ahead!

Jeffrey said...

Mayssam,

I agree with you that Italiano and Bruno have basically destroyed Zeyad's comments page, but each one has done so in a different manner.

Italiano has never debated anyone on Zeyad's comments page and simply uses it to fling feces around. It's the only thing he knows. Listen, along with Abbas, I love a knife-edged, sarcastic retort just as much as the next fellow, but reading comments that are nothing more than a repetitive list of his juvenile, deformed sobriquets that he applies to commenters that he doesn't like taxes one's patience after about ten minutes -- and he's been doing it for a couple years! Italiano has been scrolled over so many times that the thickness of his carapace must be about a nanometer or two by now.

Bruno is a line-manager in a factory in South Africa. He doesn't have a computer at home (or a landline phone, by the way), so the first thing he does at work is check out the news reports and the blogs. I don't know what his factory produces, but the final product must be of unutterably crappy quality. Why? Because most of the time that Bruno is ostensibly at work he's in fact on the office computer following the blogs and putting together his Spamalot editions that he dumps onto Zeyad's comments page every morning.

Anyway, guided by his deep-seated hatred for Americans, the first task at hand for Bruno each morning is to look to see if any Americans had been killed while he was sleeping. He then gloatingly cuts and pastes their names and how they died and enters it into his waiting comment for Zeyad's page. Then, he looks for any Iraqi who has been killed and adds their deaths. Finally, he searches for anything negative that may have happened in the previous twenty-four hours and cuts and pastes that. This long string of deaths and negativity he sends to Zeyad's page. Occasionally he will argue with others, but mostly it's just tendentious spamming. People also get tired of scrolling past his Spamalot and eventually stop going back to Zeyad's.

And that's why Zeyad's comments page has slowly been dying the last few months.

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Jeffrey said...

BlogIraqi,

We at IBC may disagree with you on various issues from time to time (and even with strong language), but we will always support your blog and your right to free speech. We have ALL the Iraqi bloggers on our blogroll. Each one of you represents a segment of the Iraqi population and we will always listen to what you have to say.

As long as IBC remains in the blogosphere, you will stay on our blogroll.

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Abbas Hawazin said...

actually the name Abbas comes directly from Abu al-Fadhl al-Abaas, thank you for that poem, I am just getting into Mattar and his poems are quite brilliant (and I hate poetry, btw)

As for Jeffrey, well, while I do despise your viewpoints I still honor your right to spew them in my face and moreover I honor the fact that you can humor some cheap shots, kudos as well for linking to most of the Iraqi blogosphere, whatever you might want to write, I won't stop you.

Nibras Kazimi نبراس الكاظمي said...

Hi Abbas,

As a student of history, I'm annoyed by the Safavid vs. Seljuk reference that you make in your "About Me" section. The Safavids and the Seljuks didn't overlap and never competed against one another. They were seperated by a couple of centuries.

If you had meant that the Safavids were the worst of the historical Shia empires and the Seljuks were the worst of the historical Sunni empires then that too is far from being historically accurate; both were culturally vibrant and colorul empires that left behind many civilizational gems.

And while we're on the topic of accuracy, the Khutba al-Shaqshaqia (...probably authored by Sharif al-Radhi) falls, from a literary perspective, under the category of a rant rather than cathartic expressiveness.

Glad to be of help.

Best,

Nibras

Jeffrey said...

Abbas,

Free speech is often rough-and-tumble. As you know, I enjoy both thoughtful analysis and fisticuffs, if warranted -- or if the mood is right. No matter what, I read ALL the Iraqi bloggers because they're our guides to how Iraqis are thinking. As CMAR II wrote a week ago or so -- "Blogs I Have Yet to See (But Want To)" -- we would like to see more Iraqi bloggers, not fewer.

And thanks for the nod in my direction. It's appreciated.

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Abbas Hawazin said...

dear nibras,

the seljuks and saffavids is a reference made to the current accusations exchanged by both fronts, shias accuse Iraqi Sunnis of being remnants of Inkishaari and Seljuki eras while the Sunnis do the same with their constant 'Saffavid' reference.
Maybe those people had their own civillization, but what I wanted to refer to here is Iraq's identity crisis and it being the battleground for various external dynasties, including the saffavids, seljuks, ottomans, persians, arabs et all.

As for a translation of Shaqshaqa, I find 'rant' as too simplistic and somehow eclipsing its more precise meanings.

RhusLancia said...

Stool! I've already voted for MHZ today to be Iraq's next PM, but I'll catch you tomorrow, Abbas.

CMAR II said...

BlogIraqi,

You know once upon a time Baghdad Treasure demanded in a snit that IBC remove his link from the blogroll because Jeffrey cursed him out.

(It was well worth reading I assure you. Too bad BT went "vanishing commissar against them.)

I remember discussing BT's request with Jeffrey over email. What's interesting is our decision process about it at the time. It's the only instance I can think of for someone to demand to be delinked. We were so taken aback that initially we decided to do it. Then Jeffrey wrote me saying, "Wait a minute! We link to RAED JARRAR!! No way! The link stays!!"

Anonymous said...

Jeffrey, you stopped posting at Zeyad's blog after he banned you after you insulted the memory of his dead cousin that was killed by the U.S. military.

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry, but that story sounds bogus. Drowned bodies start to decompose, gases expand inside them, and they float to the top. Believe me, murderers over the centuries have tried to attach all manner of weights to try to pin the bodies to the bottom of rivers and lakes. Rarely works even then. The bodies float up and drift to the banks and are eventually found.

Of course, if true, the soldiers should and will be prosecuted.

But right now it smells of a scam. I don't know how it sounds in Arabic, but the English translation sounds stilted like those cries for help from someone in Nigeria I get every day or so in my email.

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Jeffrey -- New York | Homepage | 01.08.04 - 10:24 am | #

Gravatar >if you care about Iraq and Iraqis.

If you care about America and Americans, you will ask "your people" to stop killing American soldiers who are patrolling your neighborhoods. Almost 9,000 wounded by "your people."

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Jeffrey -- New York | Homepage | 01.08.04 - 10:31 am | #

Jeffrey said...

Not-Head,

Not true about being banned for that reason from Zeyad's. Sorry, you're going to have to try a little harder.

You must not have been there for the original discussion of what happened to Zeyad's cousin. It was probably the most heavily debated blog entry in the Iraqi blogosphere -- and might still be.

Wendell Steavenson, who would later marry Ghaith Abdul-Ahad, one of the founding Iraqi bloggers who later had become a journalist himself, wrote one of the better early reports on Zeidun Hassoun's story:

Dispatches from Iraq: What Happened to Zeidun?

Yes, yes, I know. I'll look for some cheese for you.

*SQUEAK*

C'mon, Not, let me at least get my shoes off, okay? Damn imperious little mouse, isn't he?

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Anonymous said...

@ Abbas Hawazin.

[Abbas, 6:36 PM]"don't worry mayssam, i try to balance".

Don't worry, Abbas: as you know, I rarely post at your blog's comments pages :):):), LOL!
Most of the times I leave you to the heartwarming company of those you give a refuge to: our lovely Apette Lynnette, and the bold critters from Jeffrey's Rats Central.
Not being like them, I do NOT invade either blogs, or countries, LOL!

Re: Rat Schuster's 10:49 PM:

[Jeffrey] "Italiano has never debated anyone on Zeyad's comments page".

This is a patent LIE on the part of our Pinocchio Rat, as any regular at Zeyad can attest.
It was instead our slimy Jeffrey that, after being banned from there in 2004 for his very civilised behaviour Anonymous (1:35 AM) reminded us of, made a comeback a couple of years later, just spewing forth scatological utterances having nothing to do with anything. In such a senseless way, that even some on his side of the Iraq divide asked for Jeffrey to be banned again (which happened); apparently even some apes & monkeys do resent disease-carrying rodents ...
In these past few months, it is true, I just put links from time to time, without engaging in lengthy debates (like I instead did for years).
But, of course, regular commentators at Zeyad's by now know each other very well: to go on rehashing old debates would just make no sense, as for sure our LIAR Rat Jeffrey understands very well ;) ...

[Jeffrey] "he's been doing it for a couple years".

Which shows how reliable and truthful is our Pinocchio Rat Schuster! I've been commenting at Zeyad's blog since September 2004, so, a wee bit more than "a couple years", LOL, ...

As for what our stinky and LYING King Rat writes about Bruno, I'll leave the pleasure of answering to Bruno himself.


An Italian.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lynndie_England

Jeffrey said...

Italiano has NOTHING to offer. It's the usual string of inanities.

Just scroll past him, people.

Warning to Abbas. If Italiano stays, your comments page will become hopelessly infested like Zeyad's. Ad hominem is ALL he knows. Just take a swing over to Zeyad's. People will gradually find other blogs to frequent. The only reason Bruno recently started posting on other blogs is because Zeyad has posted so little in the past few months that Bruno was afraid of losing his "home." Too funny.

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Anonymous said...

@ Abbas Hawazin.

Here we have our Rat Jeffrey (8:01 AM) insisting with his mendacious "inanities".
Of course, all the silly lies in bad faith by this stinky Pinocchio-like rodent are not respectful to the owner of any Iraqi blog where they are posted (in this cas, YOU), but the punkish Rat has no respect for anybody.

[Jeffrey] "Warning to Abbas".

Nice this patronising on the Rat's part, Abbas. Hear, hear, he WARNS you, LOL!

[Jeffrey] "If Italiano stays, your comments page will become hopelessly infested like Zeyad's".

And what is this stupidity?
Just because 'mayssam' (a supposed pro-occupation & pro-holy turbans 'Iraqi', being a pal of Jeffrey, 'Mojo' & gang, LOL!) says so ?
Ask, instead, RhusLancia, Bridget, Lynnette & Co., who, albeit being of the same persuasion as Jeffrey, keep "infesting" Zeyad's blog, LOL! ...

[Demented Pinocchio Schuster] "Ad hominem is ALL he knows".

Again, poor Rat is a shameless LIAR.

[Jeffrey] "People will gradually find other blogs to frequent".

Dear Abbas, as you know Zeyad's blog gets many more daily visits than you ever got, so the comical scaremongering by this Rat Schuster is just mendacious, LOL!

[LSD Jeffrey] "The only reason Bruno recently started posting on other blogs is because Zeyad has posted so little in the past few months that Bruno was afraid of losing his 'home'".

LOL!!!
Our ludicrous Rat is hallucinating and truly delirious, here. Must have got some drugs, or something ...
As for Bruno, leaving to him the pleasure to squash our filthy Rodent Jeffrey re: his previous slanders, one has to note the spooky and sneaky nature of the disloyal foul beast, who does not limit himself to the stalking of Iraqi bloggers: now he stalks the commentators, as well !!!


This said, dear Abbas, as you know I'm NOT 'staying' at your blog (I'm not a regular here): I just peep out when our simian warmongers become too ridiculous, like our Rat Schuster is being ....

;)

An Italian.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lynndie_England

Jeffrey said...

Amazing. This is THE SAME COMMENT that Italiano has been writing at Zeyad's for about two years now. The same words, the same phrases, the same ideas. I'm not kidding. Regulars, of course, just scroll past it, but every now and then I read it and I'm always floored that he NEVER says anything else. Believe me, if he posts again, you'll be able to read the same thing all over again.

Is he really that dense that he doesn't recognize his own shallow repetitions?

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Bruno said...

[mayssam] "I'm afraid that If Italian and Bruno become residents here your blog will no longer be a space for discussion of any shape ."

Oh, nonsense. I've never had the pleasure of a discussion with you, so that's obviously a bit of a stretch.

[abbas] "As for Jeffrey, well, while I do despise your viewpoints"

Clever man.

[Anonymous] Jeffrey on Zaidun's death: "But right now it smells of a scam. I don't know how it sounds in Arabic, but the English translation sounds stilted like those cries for help from someone in Nigeria I get every day or so in my email."

Good to be reminded precisely of what Jeffrey thinks of Iraqis if they go against his warped world-view - they become liars and scamsters. Thanks for reminding us.

Bruno said...

[jeffrey] "putting together his Spamalot editions that he dumps onto Zeyad's comments page every morning."

One or two posts of summarised news is not "spamalot" entries. Unlike yourself, yes, I Do like to keep myself informed on current events, and I like to keep my online friends informed as well. As opposed to YOUR ignorance-is-bliss approach.

[jeffrey] "This long string of deaths and negativity he sends to Zeyad's page."

Ol' Jeffrey has a bit of a problem dealing with the reality of the disaster that has been brought to Iraq by America. He'd much rather read feel-good stories about a school being painted which can fuel his fantasy of being the Great Merkin Saviour of the ignorant Eye-raakee natives ... rather than the truth, which is that the invasion has smashed Iraq as a people and as a country.

[jeffrey] "Occasionally he will argue with others, but mostly it's just tendentious spamming."

Jeffrey refers to FACTS and REALITY as "spam". Just a heads up for those who don't know.

[jeffrey] "The only reason Bruno recently started posting on other blogs is"

... because you and your ilk have been routed from blog to blog, and I intend to continue the "hit parade".

[jeffrey] "Is he really that dense that he doesn't recognize his own shallow repetitions?"

:lol:

I guess that you don't read your own posts much. * Squeak, squeak. *

Jeffrey said...

Bruno,

Okay, take a close look at a few of your Spamalots you've dumped onto Zeyad's comments pages. Go ahead. Take your time. Go up and down the lists. Do you notice anything unusual? No? There's a reason for that. You suffer from the worst case of confirmation bias I have seen in quite some time. You begin with a thesis -- Americans are evil and they all deserve to die -- and then, on the internet at work every morning, you search for anything that will confirm your thesis and vehemently disregard any information that might throw your original claim into doubt. It's also called cherry-picking -- and your Spamalots are nothing if not pristine examples of cherry-picking -- and it's why people never read them and just scroll past. If there were even the slightest attempt at balance, people would take you more seriously.

In all of your issues of Spamalot you have never once noticed anything positive that has happened in Iraq. To the casual observer, this strikes him or her as odd and they begin to wonder if there is something else going on with the collector of these lists. There has been, of course, a lot of tragedy in Iraq, both for Iraqis and Americans. But at the same time, if one is intellectually honest, one would also acknowledge that there have also been more than a few bright spots. That you only focus on the deaths of Americans and the deaths of Iraqis shows your real agenda. Iraqi military/police and Americans have been working together for almost five years now and you've never once mentioned any of their successes in hunting down AQI or the insurgents who are killing innocent Iraqis.

It's all we really need to know about you, Bruno. Your nightmare is the idea of Americans and Iraqis working side by side. But this is an everyday reality and it's been going on for a long time now. I know how painful it must be for you to see those photos of American soldiers and marines and Iraqi police and military working together, watching out for each other, and many of them forming friendships. But there's nothing you can do about it, Bruno. You sit every morning in that factory in South Africa looking for anything that will feed your ravenous hatred of Americans. To be honest, it's kind of sad.

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programmer craig said...

Well, I can't speak for anyone else, but I won't be reading this blog any more until Italian and Bruno vacate it.

Anonymous said...

Programmer Craig, beat you fucking pussy.

Anonymous said...

Hey Abbas, the faggots from the IBC are trying to strong arm you into getting rid of those that don't agree with their backwards politics. Faggots and pussies they are.

Anonymous said...

@ Abbas Hawazin
(re: 'We Don't Want No Education' Marine Craig, 10:29 PM).

[Craig, My Favourite Ape] "Well, I can't speak for anyone else, but I won't be reading this blog any more until Italian and Bruno vacate it".

Dear Abbas, for sure after reading this ultimatum by our valiant Craig you'll be strongly tempted to offer to Bruno and me permanent (and COMPULSORY) hospitality, LOL !!!

:):):)


An Italian.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lynndie_England

programmer craig said...

Hey Abbas, the faggots from the IBC are trying to strong arm you into getting rid of those that don't agree with their backwards politics. Faggots and pussies they are.

I actually LIKE to argue with people who disagree with me. Participating on blogs wouldn't be much fun if everyone just said "me too" all the time, would it? :P

It's the abuse (just like yours) that I won't tolerate. Italian and Bruno (and you) are the most abusive people I've ever seen on the internet. If Abbas wants to turn his blog into flamewar central he'll have to do it without me. I've got better things to do with my time. It's just that simple. I stopped reading Healing Iraq because of these guys and I'll stop reading this blog and any other that they take over, as well. That's not an ultimatum, it's a statement of intent. So any blogger who doesn't want me commenting on their blog, all you have to do is make Bruno and Italian feel at home :)

Abbas Hawazin said...

guys (and that means everyone), I must agree with prog craig on this one ; i'm all for total freedom, but copious back-and-forth insults are rather cloggy and worrisome. you are free to comment on the topic and perhaps respond to a point made by your arch-spamesis, but continous bickering on both sides is quite boring. Please, you have e-mail.

Best.

James said...

arch-spamesis

I love that term.

onix said...

Since we are doing the off topic thing, i have a few comments, what does lundie england have to do with evrything you write 'an "italian"'?
I went through the article (you'r to blame) another time, and it is very much exactly like usa newsoutlets left it in 2004. Actually ofcourse she is only a suitable (cus surprisingly a female) scapegoat for the whole abu graig affront.

There are a number of people on the scene (jeffrey is one) that clutter their anti arab sentiments garbage through everything, and a lot of peple that follow neocon agendas, (like the ones stressing van gogh, when he really wasnt a relevant factor in the debate in netherlands, just a source of rants, insults and intolerant remarks..) However, as long as i know the blogosphere in irak, there have been a long list of rather infatiguable US-propaganda spammers, that in this thread take the point, their opponents, (the non english native speakers , that contribute)are propagandists.
So much diametrical to the truth.. well we will have to learn skipping better.

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