Just a Statistic- By Syrian Hamster

Yesterday, Bashar Al-Assad, or as I would call it  dog-poop athad to indicate my infinite contempt to this entity, was placed at the top of war criminals list that was handed to the International Criminal Court. While the dynamics on the ground in the region do not assure anyone that this “ass-hole”  will at any time soon face the court, it would be a great fantastic day when a judge would tell it to suck an egg, eat shit, or just simply go fuck itself and stop its blathering sophistry.

Two assholes together.

The dog and its evil master. Both have been responsible for hundreds of thousands of murders in the region and beyond.

Many Syrians dream of that day. Most, however, have much more than court on their mind, their plans for dog-poop include impaling and other forms of “reciprocation” they believe would be the minimum standard for punishing the asshole. I recall one hyper “assad is popular” menhebbakji who would use what I wrote above to masturbate its smart-ass (half truth here) brain, into a climatic tantrum of deceitful and ugly sophistry, mixed with and fake sectarian indignation about how hateful this rat is. But you know, I don’t give a rat’s ass about this kind of creatures any more. The Syrians waiting to see the asshole assad impaled re not psychopaths, nor are they merely hateful (they should be), they just recognize that with that son of a bitch being alive, there is no future, not for Syria and not for the region. But they also have at hundreds of thousands of far more serious reasons to want to see the asshole assad impaled. Here are some numbers as of the end of May 2014 that were published by the Democratic Republic Studies Center (DRSC).  Let us start by enumerating the duration of this sadist asshole crime against humanity


 38.5 Months
1,173 Days
28,152 Hour

Now the Numbers

Number of fully documented martyrs (I prefer the phrase assad victims at least from the legal point) 118,863 including 2,250 Palestinian, 12,130 child victims, 11,475 women, and 6,495 murdered under torture

Estimate number of martyrs 230,000 (80% civilians) including

  • 2,400 Palestinians
  • 15,000 child victims,
  • 14,000 women and
  • 18,500 murdered under torture (which include those whose emaciated photos were smuggled out)

Approximate number of wounded: More than 187,370
Approximate number of detainees: More than 258,2600 (including those few who were recently released)
Approximate number of missing: More than 99,4400
Number of refugees outside Syria : More than 3,566,740
Number of internally displaced refugees: More than 7,650,000

Total number of victims of violence (11,880,673) including murdered by weapons, wounded, detainees, disappeared, refugees and displaced.

Syrian families that have been affected amount up to 60% of the total population of Syria, the total number of family members affected is 15,627,402. These are the families of those murdered by weapons, wounded, detainees, disappeared, refugees and displaced.

The number of families who lost the main earner of the house hold is 125,000 families (nearly 868,000 people)

Some math

  • Every 4 minutes, the assad regime detains a citizen
  • Every 10 minutes, the assad regime wounds a citizen
  • Every 13 minutes, the assad regime disappears a citizen
  • Every 15 minutes, the assad regime murders a citizen
  • Every day, the assad regime murders 8 children
  • Every day, the assad regime expels as refugees 3,040 citizens and internally displaces 6,521 citizens.

ISIS is a major threat to the revolution, so is Al-Nusra, but the most significant enemy of humanity remains the asshole assad and its clan. Anytime someone tries to bring ISIS to equivocate for the asshole, my only answer would be similar to that of the imaginary Judge talking to the asshole assad “i,e. GFYS”.  ISIS is an historical issue that needs to be dealt with, but it can only be dealt with after we get rid of the criminal rulers, after we return their sectarian thugs in hizbulla to their rightful places in jail for their crimes, and after Iran is fully neutered as a source of evil and of terrorism in the region. If Obama does not understand this, then he is welcomed to meet my foul mouthed judge.

Some links (recent)

New UN report describes horrific and systematic torture of Syrian victims

Full report May 2014 in pdf (Arabic with figures) 

CNN links on torture in assad’s dungeons of murder 


Posted on June 12, 2014, in Barak Obama, Bashar Al-Assad, Crimes Against Humanity, Syrian Regime Crimes Against Humanity and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 210 Comments.

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    Australian radio reporting that #SydneySiege gunman not only wants to talk to the Prime Minister, but he wants to talk to him live on radio.

  2. There’s a certain ritual that each and every one of the world’s billion-plus Muslims, especially those living in Western countries, is expected to go through immediately following any incident of violence involving a Muslim perpetrator. It’s a ritual that is continuing now with the Sydney hostage crisis, in which a deranged self-styled sheikh named Man Haron Monis took several people hostage in a downtown café.

    Here is what Muslims and Muslim organizations are expected to say: “As a Muslim, I condemn this attack and terrorism in any form.”

    This expectation we place on Muslims, to be absolutely clear, is Islamophobic and bigoted.

    The denunciation is a form of apology: an apology for Islam and for Muslims. The implication is that every Muslim is under suspicion of being sympathetic to terrorism unless he or she explicitly says otherwise. The implication is also that any crime committed by a Muslim is the responsibility of all Muslims simply by virtue of their shared religion. This sort of thinking — blaming an entire group for the actions of a few individuals, assuming the worst about a person just because of their identity — is the very definition of bigotry.

    It is time for that ritual to end: non-Muslims in all countries, and today especially those in Australia, should finally take on the correct assumption that Muslims hate terrorism just as much as they do, and cease expecting Muslims to prove their innocence just because of their faith.


  3. Vladimir Putin’s biggest enemy right now may well be the currency markets ;)

    Russia’s citizens are going to face an unpleasant combination of a contracting economy (caused by falling oil prices and higher interest rates) and high inflation (because the collapse in the ruble will make imported goods more expensive), one thing is certain: It will be a long, cold winter.


  4. Lebanon: the rise of Christian nationalism –
    Interview with Maximilian Felsch

    As a result of the Arab uprisings and especially the Syrian crisis, Lebanon is experiencing a radicalization of its religious communities. This radicalization is not only evident in the Muslim community, where militant Islamism and Salafism are on the rise and Sunni-Shia conflicts are becoming more and more violent; the Christian community and especially the Maronites are also showing forms of radicalization, asserts Maximilian Felsch, who conceptualizes this trend as ‘Christian nationalism’. Olivier Moos spoke with Dr Felsch in Beirut about this issue.

    Religioscope – How do you define Christian nationalism? Is it a mélange of Phoenicianism and political Maronitism?

    Maximilian Felsch – Christian nationalism in the Lebanese context can be defined as an isolationist political ideology and force based on particular values and ideas, which include the idea of Lebanon being essentially a Christian nation and the belief that Christians have a historical right to dominate the country’s political affairs. This implies the notion of Lebanon as a conglomerate of multiple and unequal confessional communities and not a society of free and equal citizens. This has, of course, significant implications for the understanding of legitimate political rule. The politics of Christian nationalism aims at maintaining a Christian-dominated Lebanese state, a strong confessional identity among Christian Lebanese and a highly autonomous Christian community.

    That said, Christian nationalism must not be confused with Phoenicianism. Thinkers and intellectuals like Michel Chiha (1891-1954) have utilized the myth of a Phoenician heritage after the collapse of the Ottoman Empire to legitimize an independent Lebanese state based on a unified and organic Lebanese nation in which confessional identity – it was hoped – would become politically irrelevant. Phoenicians were neither Christian nor Muslim and therefore served both people’s mission very well. In 1943 leaders of Christian Maronites and Sunni Muslims made the National Pact, which contained basic norms of an independent and liberal Lebanese state. This pact was basically an attempt at nation building. The Christian nationalist agenda today, on the other hand, aims at quite the opposite goal, since it demands the segregation of the Lebanese nation along religious lines.

    As for Maronitism, it shares more of the values of Christian nationalism, but there are significant differences. Maronitism is rather related to those Maronites of the early 20th century who opposed the State of Greater Lebanon, created in 1920 under the French mandate, and supported a small Lebanon under French protection in the mountains, because the Muslim population is much smaller in that area. This group regained support during the Lebanon crisis of 1958 and the civil war of 1975-1990.
    Today’s Christian nationalism no longer questions the borders of Lebanon, while another difference is that this phenomenon is not strictly related to Maronites. Whereas in the past non-Maronite Christians in Lebanon were mainly adherents of Syrian and Arab nationalisms and opposed the separatists’ agenda, contemporary Christian nationalists – although mainly led by Maronites – claim to serve all Christians’ interests.


  5. Ten scandals that rocked the Jewish world in 2014
    From Jon Stewart and Gaza to Rabbi Freundel’s hidden video cameras – there was never a dull moment.

    1. “Peeping Rabbi” Barry Freundel and his hidden cameras in the National Capitol Mikveh

    This scandal punched the Jewish world in its most sensitive spots and resonated internationally. Why? Because the alleged perpetrator was a high-profile nationally respected mainstream Orthodox rabbi, because his congregation included powerful Washington DC figures, and because the idea that any rabbi might (allegedly) use hidden cameras to spy on women in their most sacred place like the ritual bath and exploit the vulnerability of conversion candidates to Judaism is unfathomable.

    2. The embarrassing racism of LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling

    The world cried foul after highly racist remarks attributed to Donald Sterling, the Jewish owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, to his girlfriend were recorded without his knowledge and published. Jewish groups were no exception. The tape captured Sterling telling his girlfriend, who is black and Mexican, not to be seen in public with black people or to post photographs of herself with black people on Instagram, and that black Jews in Israel “are just treated like dogs.” Nobody shed a tear when he was banned from the NBA for life – forcing him to sell the team – and fined $2.5 million by the league.

    3. Kissing Sheldon Adelson’s … ring

    Billionaire political powerhouse Sheldon Adelson had a number of “chutzpah” moments over the year, but his most visible muscle-flexing was when he pressured New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a leading Republican presidential contender, to apologize for the use of the phrase “occupied territories.” Reacting to the news, comedian Jon Stewart asked: “How can anyone claim to be a leader if they’re bending over backwards to please an 80-year-old gambling mogul?”

    Prime Minister Netanyahu might be able to answer that question.

    4. The Massachusetts rabbi’s indiscrete discretionary fund

    Not only Orthodox U.S. Jews were let down by a trusted spiritual leader this year. The tight-knit Sharon, Massachusetts community was stunned when longtime Conservative Rabbi Barry Starr resigned in shame under the shadow of charges that he used synagogue funds to pay $480,000 in hush money to an extortionist who threatened to reveal his sexual relationship with a 16-year-old male.

    5. Sacre bleu! Fraud and corruption in the French rabbinate

    As if French Jewry didn’t have enough to deal with with the rising tide of anti-Semitism, their leaders have been more of a burden than of assistance. After Chief Rabbi Gilles Bernheim was forced to resign in 2013 after confessing to plagiarism and to lying about his academic credentials, his replacement was caught on tape this spring ordering the family of a woman seeking a divorce to write a $120,000 check to a designated religious charity. Hopefully, the newest French chief rabbi, elected in June, will be able to stay out of trouble.

    6. Move over, Anthony Weiner. British Jewish lawmakers overshares on Twitter

    You’d think the Weiner affair served as fair warning to legislators to avoid sending photos of their private parts to women they meet on social media. But, no – Jewish Tory MP Brooks Newmark, the Minister for Civil Society (!) resigned in disgrace after he was caught sending explicit photographs of himself to a male journalist using a fake Twitter account, posing as a hot blonde. Newmark sent the graphic photos after asking his fictional friend to “swear on a stack of Bibles” that she wouldn’t show the pictures to anyone else.

    7. Scarlett Johansson and Soda Stream relationship bubbles over

    The relationship between the blonde, blue-eyed, yet Jewish mega-star Scarlett Johansson and the Israel-based fizzy drinks empire never seemed to go flat this year. The partnership was news from the moment her Superbowl ad was censored for mentioning competitors Coke and Pepsi by name – but really blew up after the human rights group Oxfam informed Johansson that being Soda Stream’s face made her “incompatible with her role as an Oxfam Global Ambassador” because the company manufactured in the West Bank. When she resigned from Oxfam, she became a poster girl for pro-Israel advocates and a favorite target for the BDS movement.

    8. Joan Rivers’s Gaza rant and tragic death

    Over the summer, when the rockets were flying and bombs were dropping and Israel faced a wave of celebrity criticism, Rivers was the Jewish state’s loudest defender, proclaiming: “Let me just tell you – if New Jersey were firing rockets into New York, we would wipe ‘em out … If we heard they were digging tunnels from New Jersey to New York, we would get rid of Jersey.” Who knew that less than two months later, the comedy legend would shockingly fall into a coma and pass away after suffering cardiac arrest during an out-patient throat operation. Whether or not one shares her politics, her loud, hilarious voice will be missed.

    9. Not funny: Jon Stewart lashes out at “fascistic” Jewish critics

    This year’s highest-profile Jewish personality was undeniably Jon Stewart. From early on in the summer Gaza conflict, the comedian-turned-filmmaker had a major tit-for-tat going on with those defending Israeli policy regarding his scathing critical barbs during Operation Protective Edge. In November, while promoting his film “Rosewater,” he vented his anger over the attacks on him: “You would not believe the shit. You have guys on television saying I’m a Jew like the Jews in the Nazi camps who helped bring the other Jews to ovens. I have people that I lost in the Holocaust and I just … go fuck yourself. How dare you?”

    10. Shia LeBoeuf’s possible abandonment of the tribe

    It was probably the LEAST shocking move the young Jewish actor made over the course of the year – LeBoeuf announcing he was going in a different direction religion-wise. He said that on the set of Brad Pitt’s film “Fury” he “became a Christian man, and not in a fucking bullshit way – in a very real way.” Many Jews expressed open relief at the idea of disassociating from the volatile performer and his unending string of bizarre and violent antics and scuffles with the law. On the plus side, he did star in a heck of a viral video that garnered more than 7 million views.


  6. What an informative documentary The Spirit of the Syrian Revolution (part 1)

  7. who made ISIS? let us not forget, it was Maliki who released those extremists ,supposedly Sunni, from prison, the same thing Assad did earlier, Malki ordered his loyal troops to withdraw from Mousel, both Assad and Maliki knew that those are criminals and they are extreme Sunni, they calculated they will murder innocent people, so US will fight them, and this war will extend to become anti Sunni, who will benefit? it is clear , it is Iran.

    Is there war with three sides? yes this war is

  8. Military airport , Abu AlZuhoor, is about to be taken over by rebels in Syria

  9. The worst mistake Russia will do is not to enforce a solution in Syria next year, today Obama is week and hesitant,and leaning toward Iran, next president may be strong and hard and Russia will lose everything, Putin will come out empty handed, if Putin is smart he will force Assad to make major concession next year, let us see if Putin is smart, if. Putin does not force Assad to make concession, next American president will act decisively and Putin and Russia will lose big time

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