Life rolls on not in any monotony but in the crazy waves of ups and downs and scenarios reminiscent of ancient Greek tragedies. We take the punches, resist the evil acts of some, act to help where we can, accept the things we cannot change and try to change those we can. That is life.
Mazin Qumsiyah, PhD
Life rolls on not in any monotony but in the crazy waves of ups and downs and scenarios reminiscent of ancient Greek tragedies. We take the punches, resist the evil acts of some, act to help where we can, accept the things we cannot change and try to change those we can. That is life. This week we lost several friends and neighbors (Advocate Judeh Shahwan, Professor Naseer Aruri, Human Rights activist Kayla Mueller, Ihab Rishmawi) and we mourned atrocities committed in the US, Syria and Iraq . The racist Zionist Debbie Schlussel wrote that she has no sympathy for our friend Kayla for being “anti-American” (actually anti-Zionist control of American Foreign policy) and called Kayla other names so obscene to be mentioned here. A brief on Naseer Aruri just to show you the quality of the many we mourn (all of them are candles in the darkness and remain so even after death; truly inspirational)
We were not surprised that the highest court in the apartheid regime rejected the well-documented evidence of the murder of Rachel Corrie and accepted the fascist soldier’s version that it was an “accident.” Western media ignored this travesty of justice. Time for the international criminal court. In other news in the last few days, a hate-filled criminal terrorist killed three young Muslim students in North Carolina. That is where I lived and worked for six years and knew intimately the Muslim and Arab community and I recognized many of the faces of the mourners at the funeral videos. After significant protest, Mr. Obama made a brief statement but it was not even close to his statement about the Paris killings. The media was even more hypocritical either ignoring the story or calling the executions as a parking altercation! (yes I know it is unbelievable). See these videos about this incidence
We find the mainstream media so distorted, so biased; they are either run by Zionist racists or afraid of backlash from Zionist racists if they tell the truth. Otherwise how does one explain the discrepancy of extensive almost round-the-clock coverage by American media of the hate crimes committed in Paris but little or no coverage of the crime in North Carolina. What little coverage they did was distorted claiming the guy killed those three innocent young Muslims because of a “parking space” issue! How else can we see that a story like the French police catching a Jewish Zionist who was spray painting cars of Jews as a false flag operation to increase emigration of French Jews to Palestine (transformed to the Jewish state of Israel). Why coverage mentioning this is in some obscure website not on mainstream media? Here is a report mentioning this.
But here is the Times of Israel interested in getting Jews to migrate out of France telling us the police arrested the guy but not saying he is Jewish and that Israel expects 10,000 Jewish French to come join the land thieves.
Such hypocrisy, such lies and countless false flag operations (billions spent on psy-ops to brainwash common people), and such evil forces are all around us. But then again I think of goodness. I think of those who organized vigils in Bethlehem and other towns for victims like the Jordanian pilot.
I think of 14-year-old Malak (english Angel) Alkhatib. She is a true angel who was incarcerated in Israeli gulags (fascist prisons). She was finally released and the video of her reunion with family and supporters is touching.