Archive for November, 2006
Hush my children, be seated still
gaze at the glowing box, you will.
Tis the stage for this Aesop Fable
of our fast paced life, at the fast food table.
Hesham Tillawi, PhD
“The powers that be” decided it’s time for the Democrats to play their predestined roll in the final phase of ‘Iraq no More’. The curtain is coming down on the last scene of “Bravo Republicans” for the long awaited objective of destroying Iraq for Israel. After a short recess the curtain will rise again with a new scene from “Come home Yankees, we know you tried” as if to say, ‘We went to Iraq to teach Iraqis democracy but they refused to learn it.’
His panic-stricken little face lights up when he receives the information that we’ll escort him home, sending him skipping merrily down the road on an errand to buy potatoes. This is the Palestinian Authority controlled area of Hebron, and as we cross through Tel Rumeida checkpoint to the other side in order to wait for the Palestinian boy’s return, we soon discover the source of his fear.
Can Western civilization survive Fourth Generation warfare and the overall decline of the modern nation state? Moreover, can we win the war on terror? With the conflicts in Iraq and
Lebanon, we see that warfare is no longer just between nation states. Read the rest of this entry »
Green leaves upon the summer trees
gently waving summer breeze.
Tis a vibrant park outside the home,
a hundred vets, yet he all alone.
Oh surely friends will wave and smile
though blind, they are, to the fear/denial.
Tis safer that it’s kept this way,
for the bench is where he came to stay.
Every day at half passed one,
the healing warmth of Florida’s sun.
All is well till his face droops down
to see the leaves his eyes have found.
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With Definitions According to the G.W. Bush, Jr. Presidency
The Communications Media of the United States
Compiled by Fleming Lee
Dedicated to G.W. Bush, Jr. for his distinguished contributions to world peace, linguistics, and general improvement of the Amurrican language.