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Titbits #102

Posted on: March 1, 2021

Titbits #102

Posted on January 22, 2018

Notes and titbits posted on FB and Twitter. Part 133

Note: I take notes of books I read and comment on events and edit sentences that fit my style. I pay attention to researched documentaries and serious links I receive. The page is long and growing like crazy, and the sections I post contains a month-old events that are worth refreshing your memory.

Et pourtant, si on ne pend pas un recit de roman pour une histoire personnel veridique de l’auteur, comment peut-on terminer sa lecture?

On ne lit jamais un livre si on a la conviction complete que c’est seulement une fiction totale.

De nos jours, si on attend d’écrire et publier que lorsque nos parent sont morts, on l’autographe que comme des auteurs séniles auteur.

Le plus triste des dernières mémoires c’est d’avoir entrepris une aventure risquée’ et majestueuse pour se cloîtrer dans une cellule étroite et essayer d’accepter l’idée’ de la mort.

On n’entreprend pas la dernière des aventures, essayez d’accepter l’idée’ de la mort, sans perir comme un minable.

La plupart des aventuriers qui sont revenus vivants ont finis dans leurs propre prisons.

Chauvinistic Europeans are relying on entrenched illusions: They claim that it was Christianity that set the foundation of the individualistic character in Europe, a non-conformist attitude to the collective norms, rituals, and traditions, the will for self-realization rather than clinging to the behavior of rank and file…

For the same quality, would youth and students buy equitable products instead of world trade marks?

In Syria, all war-like empires invaded its land, but never any occupation force managed to administer or centrally hold any power, not even the Romans or the Arabic/Islamic Empires.

Ask the French mandated power how it quickly withdrew from Syria because of resistance to occupation: Since then, France governments and institutions hate the Syrian people and Not just any of its governments. In revenge, France ceded valuable northern Syrian lands to Turkey in 1936 (the Alexandretta city, the strategic region of Adana and a wide stretch all the way to the south-east of Turkey along the Syria borders).

Currently, Turkey wants even larger “buffer zones”, as Israel was always demanding on its borders (Not even delimited in her constitution).

Historical facts prove that there existed the Province of Judea during the Greek and Roman empires. An Israeli Kingdom never existed, but in imaginary stories to match the history of the Land in the Levant and give a semblance of history to the Jewish Bedouins down south in the desert region.

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