"Arab Spring" - Misnomer
Editor's comment: Daniel Pipes is one of the most vile and most anti-Semitic Jews around (Note: the Arabs are the Semitic people and NOT the Anglo-European Jewry.) He now has an article posted on his blog where he expresses his displeasure with the expression 'Arab Spring'. He prefers 'Arab Winter'. I closely follow what this neocon and ardent Zionist Jew writes on his blog. As the saying goes: hold your friends close and your enemies closer.
I would hate to be a 'Daniel Pipes'.I would hate to live a life of hate ! I would hate to spend my entire life looking for hate, and especially gentile hate. Being a Daniel Pipes is having to drive in reverse your entire life, because the truth is flipped over and logic is made to stand on its head. It is a terrible life being this kind of Jew. Becuase he feels he has to look over his shoulders for some imagined gentile enemy his entire life. It is a life wasted! It is a life not worth living!
Today, what irks Pipes is the expression "Arab Spring". As a matter of fact, it is not only Pipes, but also most Jews who are perturbed by this sweet sounding expression in regards to the Arab revolutions in general. European Jews arrived on Arab soil seeking to imitate the fate of the Native American 'Indians' upon the native Arabs. They never in their wildest nightmares imagined the Arabs rising up asserting their freedom and their dignity. At the very heart of all the Arabs revolutions are these alien European Jews who have colonized Palestine for over 60 years.
If I were Pipes, I would pay more attention to two very significant words in regards to the Arab revolutions: NO FEAR! That is right, Pipes, the Arabs collectively have lost the fear that had held them in bondage for decades. They now open up their shirts and dare the government troops to shoot. The more they got shot at and the more they die, the more the Arab youth is pouring out onto the streets. If I were Pipes, I would start to shake and tremble.
Pipes does not like the expression 'Arab Spring'. He prefers 'Arab Winter', in addition to:
- Arab Revolt
- Arab Upheaval
- The Bahraini ones
- The Iranian ones
- The Syrian ones
- The Libyan ones
- Yemeni disturbances
- Middle East upheavals
Pipes however likes one revolution, and that is the Iranian one. He thinks that is the real one, "It's a mistake to neglect Iran, where few residents speak Arabic." wrote Pipes. Aha! 'Arab' means the land now occupied by Euro Jewry. Arab revolution=bad, according to Pipes, because Arab democracy means the Arabs can rightfully expect the return of their stolen soil. But Pipes would rather see Hosni Mubarak's in power to shield his Zionist ass. But Iran revolutoin=good. In Iran, Pipes and his elk are faced with a very hostile regime. He hopes an Iranian revolution would herald in a Jew-friendly regime.
Pipes writes like a child when he speaks of: Ben Ali's resignation on Jan. 14, Mubarak's resignation. Neither of those creatures resigned but had their autocratic asses kicked out. But you see, Pipes always drives in reverse and he probably does not get a good view of real events as they happen.
Pipes attempts to be sleek when he said that Google returned 6.2 million of "Arab spring". How about trying this: Arab+spring? You get 113,000,000! That is right! Sleek Pipes had quotes around 'Arab spring'. I always use the plus sign when I am looking for a phrase.
One thing where Pipes is correct is that the outcome of the Arab revolutions is yet to be determined and the main reason standing in the way are Pipes and his elk, i.e. International Jewry. Without stolen Palestine, they would find themselves lost and they would do everything in their power to reverse the effects of the Arab revolutions, i.e. THE ARAB SPRING. It has already begun. All that you have to do is look at Libya.
Here is Pipes' silly article.
by Daniel Pipes
May 31, 2011
Cross-posted from National Review Online
"Arab Spring" has taken off as the default description of the turbulence in the Middle East over the past 5½ months; Google shows 6.2 million mentions as opposed to 660,000 for "Arab Revolt" and a mere 57,000 for "Arab Upheaval." But I never use this term, and for three reasons:
1 – It's seasonally inaccurate. The disturbances began in Tunisia on Dec. 17, 2010, at the very tail end of autumn, and the main events took place during the winter – Ben Ali's resignation on Jan. 14, Mubarak's resignation on Feb. 11, the start of the Yemeni disturbances on Jan. 15, the Syrina ones on Jan. 26, the Bahraini and Iranian ones on Feb. 14, and the Libyan ones on Feb. 15. Spring is nearly over and nothing much has happened during the past 2+ months – just more of the same. So, to be accurate, it should be called the "Arab Winter" (which gets 88,000 mentions).
2 – It implies an unwarranted optimism about the outcome. While I note the emergence of a constructive new spirit in Tahrir Square and elsewhere, and appreciate its long-term possibilities, the short-term implications have been impoverishment and thousands of deaths, with the possibility of an Islamist break-through not to be discounted.
3 – Demonstrations in Iran in 2011 have not reached anything like their 2009 proportions, but they did take place in late February and they have the potential to ignite – in which case, their importance would overwhelm anything else taking place in the region. It's a mistake to neglect Iran, where few residents speak Arabic.
So, no "Arab Spring" for me. (And I won't even mention that this term distractedly makes me conjure up a desert oasis.) I prefer a neutral and accurate term like "Middle East upheavals" (87,000 mentions). (May 31, 2011)