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Archive for April 14th, 2018

Lebanese recharging: A gas station for returning immigrants to confront their adoptive countries
Par essence, la vie; notre vie ne peut tourner le dos à un rapport affectif au monde.
Nous le savons bien nous autres libanais de l’étranger: Où que nous soyons nous ressentons dans notre chair, ce besoin de pèlerinage tous les un ou deux ans au Liban.
Nous nous y rendons, y déversons toute notre indignation sur le fait que rien n’y va, rien ne marche comme il faut, rien ne s’y présente comme dans les pays ” civilisés ” où nous vivons .
On se remonte les uns les autres, à qui dit plus, qui dit mieux.

Sauf que … si la vérité était si tranchée, pourquoi ressentons-nous ce besoin de REVENIR inlassablement à contre courant ( tel des saumons) mettant même nos vies en balance avec les risques que nous y courons pour ces 15 jours ou 3 semaines de bien être indéniable.Oui, un bien être , reconnaissons le , et d’une qualité incomparable, car naturel et n’ayant rien à voir avec celle artificielle de nos pays d’adoption mutuelle.

Mea culpa , parce que si l’essence de la vie veut que nous ayons ce rapport affectif au monde, tout se passe comme si nous faisions du Liban, notre “Station d’Essence” où nous venons faire le plein …pour aller ensuite rouler ailleurs …

P.S . Même dans mon MEA CULPA ; j’ai vu le mea comme Middle East Airlines !…

( Jamil BERRY )

MEA CULPA in essence, life; our lives cannot turn its back on an emotional relationship with the world. We know very well we Lebanese abroad: where we are we feel in our flesh, this need for pilgrimage every one or two years in the Lebanon.
We all dump our indignation on the fact that nothing will, nothing works as it should, nothing does attend as in “civilized” countries where we live.

It goes back and forth, to whom said more, who says better. Except that… If the truth was so decided, why we feel this need to tirelessly go counter current (such salmon) putting even our lives in balance with the risk that we run are for those 15 days or 3 weeks well be undeniable.Yes, this trip back home has an incomparable quality, because natural and having nothing to do with that artificial in our countries of mutual adoption.

Mea culpa, because if the essence of life is that we have this emotional report in the world, everything happens as if we were from the Lebanon, our ‘Gas Station‘ where we just refuel.. .to ride elsewhere…

P.S. Even in my MEA CULPA. I’ve seen as Middle East Airlines mea!…

Replying to a Hasbara in relation to article ‘No innocent people in Gaza’

Becoxius replied to a Hasbara related to the article ‘No innocent people in Gaza’ says Israeli defence minister Lieberman

The problem of the Jewish people is that our religon was taken hostage by a group masquerading as Jews.

Eastern Europeans, like Lieberman (a Latvian), and the 1.5 million Russians who were imported here to counter Palestinian demography, are not Jewish.

Their genetic make up suggests that these are not people with roots in the middle east.

Without getting into the Kuzari debacle, Jews and Arabs are racially related

(Actually, the Jews were part of the poorer classes Canaanites who fled the urban center on the seashore to live on higher plateaus inside Palestine. All the tales of migrating from Iraq, Egypt.. are plain fabrication to attach a history to the Jewish tribes).

Many Jewish tribes lived in the Arabian peninsula during the time of Muhammad, at least one Jewish kingdom existed (in present day Yemen) and (real) Jews and Arabs (Muslims or Christians) lived together (relatively) peacefully for centuries.

This situation is an expression of racial haterd. But this hatred has been targeted toward ethnic Jews as well, not just Arabs/Muslims.

The mission of Zionism was to wipe-out the authentic-ethnic Jew, and replace it with a persecuted ethnic group that could no longer survive in Eastern Europe.

I hope ethnic Jews, which are now called “Sphradim” (Spanish) or “Mishrkhim” (Oriental) will recognize that their identity has/is being stolen, and there’s no future for our people in Israel, that’s under the control of a *foreign* hostile takeover.

Their foreign-ness is expressed by the crimes committed against the Palestinians and Ethnic Jews.

To be reminded also that most Jews in the diaspora did not support the Zionist movement.

Ethnic jews lived in the region for centuries, and going back to Palestine in growing numbers while under Ottoman rule.

Zionism was a disruption, not a movement most Jews believed in.




April 2018

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