Friday, 16 October 2009

Did you say 'rogue Pakistan'?

Towards the end of his book, Who Killed Daniel Pearl?, the French philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy reaches this terrifying conclusion: “I assert that Pakistan is the biggest rogue of all the rogue states today."

This fagot rock star--product of French sexual orgies--probably didn't know who Noam Chomsky was!

Chomsky said, "The USA is the world's greatest terrorist state."

The Lahore audience stood up and applauded him for a full minute.


And as for the French philosopher:

"he’s never taught the subject in any university, a journalist who creates a cocktail mingling the true, the possible, and the totally false, a patch-work filmmaker, a writer without a real literary oeuvre, he is the icon of a media-driven society in which simple appearance weighs more than the substance of things. BHL is thus first and foremost a great communicator, the PR man of the only product he really knows how to sell: himself."

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