Of Masters and Their Slaves

"It only stands to reason that where there's sacrifice, there's someone collecting the sacrificial offerings. Where there's service, there is someone being served. The man who speaks to you of sacrifice is speaking of slaves and masters, and intends to be the master." ―Ayn Rand

Saturday, January 11, 2014

Assad's Sectarian Army's Song of Doom

The Nusayris' Message is Very Loud and Clear: Let Us Do the Dirty Job

Bashar al-Assad's army has reduced itself from
covertly sectarian to overtly sectarian

Bashar and the most precious of beloved ones
And we declare animosity on Ibn al-Khattab [2nd Caliph]

And I'm with you, am with you…

I name him az-Zindiq [Arabic for atheist unbeliever; commonly used to scorn 1st Caliph Abu Bakr]
Those who called him as-Siddiq [honorary title of 1st Caliph Abu Bakr]

And I'm with you, am with you…

It is us whom have Iran [on their side]
And we don't care about you O Uthman [the 3rd Caliph]

And I'm with you, am with you…

I sing and you sing
We want to mince [chop] the Sunni people

And I'm with you, am with you…

The last verse in this song
He who does not applaud his mom is Qatari [major supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood]

And I'm with you, am with you…

Hezbollah's sectarian murderer Hassan Nasrallah kissing
the left hand of sectarian murderer Ali Khamenei

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Bashar al-Assad's boss and partner in crime, might as well stop calling himself Vali e Amre Muslimeen and use a more proper sectarian title, Vali e Amre Khomeiniyeen.

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