Friday, September 02, 2005

Trust an Arab for a positive outlook

Hundreds, possibly thousands have died in the US as a result of hurricane Katrina. Damage is running in the billions, and at present, people are struggling just to survive.

Even China is sincerely sympathetic.

But in Kuwait, which would now be just another province of Iraq if the US hadn't come to its rescue when Saddam attacked and occupied it in 1990, Arabs have a different take on things:
But how strange it is that after all the tremendous American achievements for the sake of humanity, these mighty winds come and evilly rip [America's] cities to shreds? Have the storms have joined the Al-Qaeda terrorist organization?
Note the attempt at sarcasm?

Elsewhere in the article, this "high-ranking Kuwaiti official, Muhammad Yousef Al-Mlaifi, director of the Kuwaiti Ministry of Endowment's research center" assures us this is not schadenfreude.

I feel so much better now.

When Saddam attacked Kuwait, he met no resistance. These Arabs have a disgusting mindset, but we're lucky they don't have the guts to act it out. They are faithlessness incarnate. Thanks to MEMRI, every bit of filth that comes out of their mouth gets translated. And we no longer have an excuse for ignorance on the true character of the 21st century Arab.


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