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LEBANESE ARE CANAANITE AND PHOENICIAN, NOT ARABS!!!!! Arabs are unevolved barbarians from the desert, living proof of the damaging effects of UV radiation on the human brain. The silly religious people of the Levant will soon wake up, and maybe will reclaim their LANGUAGE too!?

Luisa Miragliotta, Youtube 9 Comments [10/21/2017 10:43:41 AM]
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Hu’s On First

Canaanites, eh? So when will the human sacrifices start up again?

10/21/2017 10:47:13 AM


I thought they all die out.

10/21/2017 12:45:46 PM

Gabriel LaVedier

Mind, I'm not sure how accurate it is, but wasn't Yahweh a mashed up form of the Canaanite god El along with other influences? Weren't the Hebrews just another Canaanite tribe with possible intermingling with the Sea People through the tribe of Dan? Is this another one of those stupid "True Israelites" things?

10/21/2017 1:38:23 PM



Nope. It was me trying to find fundie quotes from the Syrian Social Nationalist Party (abbr. SSNP) and then stumbling across this guy who clearly endorses the party.

In case you didn't get it, the quote comes from one of those guys:

Final note: I've been trying to get access to other fundie quotes from party sympathizers, but unfortunately I can't read arabic. If anyone can, I'd like to send a few areas where you can probably find fundie quotes.

10/21/2017 1:46:19 PM


No matter the size, superpowers to neighboring states to next-door villages, "We am better than they are" seems to be the motto of the human race.

10/21/2017 2:09:38 PM


Try Google Translate. It should give a fair translation of the text.

Reminder: cut and paste of Arabic text works from right to left.

10/21/2017 3:09:34 PM


From the Australian wing of the SSNP:

Here's the translation Google translate gave me:

The first basic principle

Syria to the Syrians and the Syrians is a complete nation

When I started to think of sending my nation up and observing the arbitrary political movements that existed there, I noticed that there was no consensus on the identification of our identity and our social reality. I saw that every true national action must begin with this philosophical question: Who are we? Which I first put in front of myself since the beginning of my national social thought. I presented it to the people in a letter from me to the Syrian demise in Brazil on the occasion of my father's death there in 1934, which explained its founding importance in many speeches and lectures at the beginning of the publication of the National Social Studies. I answered myself after this long exploration and said: We are Syrians and we are a complete nation. My position was this principle.

We, the Palestinians, we the Shami, we Iraqis, the Arabs, can not be the basis for true national awareness and the renaissance of the Syrian nation, which has its social and economic role in the unity of life and the unity of destiny.
To say that the Syrians are a complete nation is a declaration of a basic truth that eliminates confusion and chaos and puts the national effort on the basis of clarity without which a national renaissance can be established in Syria. In fact, the full nationality of the Syrians and the living conscience of this nation are necessary for Syria to be Syrians. They are prerequisites for the principle of national sovereignty, the sovereignty of the people, the poet, and the basis of his life. If the Syrians were not a full nation with the sovereign right to establish an independent state, Syria would not have been under their absolute control. Syria would have been subject to claims of sovereignty beyond the Syrian people's interests that conflict or are likely to conflict with the interest of the Syrian people in life and development.

This principle means the integrity of the unity of the Syrian nation and the integrity of the unity of its homeland, and the absence of any sense from the point of view of human rights that the Syrian nation is the sole owner of the right to ownership of every inch of Syria and act and decide on it.
From the internal point of view, it means that the homeland is a public domain. It is not permissible for Syrian individuals, even Syrian individuals, to act in a single piece of their land in order to nullify or nullify the idea of a single homeland and the integrity of this homeland.
Every Syrian who wants to see his nation free, dominant, upscale should dig this principle on his heart's board deep pits.

Those who do not say that Syria is Syria and that the Syrians are a complete nation are committing a crime that deprives the Syrians of their sovereignty over themselves and their homeland. The Syrian Social Nationalist Party declares them in the name of millions of Syrians, freedom-loving, willing to live and rise criminals.

This is what the actual text said, as translated by an Arabic SSNP member:

First Basic Principle

Syria is for the Syrians and the Syrians are a complete nation.

When I began to give serious thought to the resuscitation of our nation against the background of the irresponsible political movements rampant in its midst, it became forthwith certain to me that our most urgent problem was the determination of our national identity and our social reality. Although there was no consensus of opinion concerning this problem, I became convinced that the starting point of every correct national endeavor must be the raising of this fundamental philosophical question: Who are we?. After extensive research, I arrived at the following conclusion: We are Syrians and we constitute a distinct national entity.

The confused conceptions of our nation implied in the statements such as `we Lebanese’, ‘Palestinians-,-Syrians’,’Iraqis-, or ‘Arabs-,have contributed to the breaking up of our national identity and cannot serve as the basis of a genuine national consciousness or of our national revival. Thus the assertion that the Syrians constitute a nation complete in itself is a fundamental doctrine which should put and end to ambiguity and place the national effort on the basis of clarity without which no national revival in Syria is possible. The realization of the complete nationhood of the Syrians and the active consciousness of this nationhood are two essential prerequisites for the vindication of the principle of national sovereignty. For, were the Syrians not a complete nation having right to sovereignty and to the establishment of an independent state, Syria would not be for the Syrians in the full sense, but might fail an easy prey to the intrigues of some other sovereign power pursuing interests conflicting with, or that might conflict with the interests of the Syrian people.

This principle is intended to safeguard the unity of the Syrian nation and the integrity of its homeland. The Syrians are a nation upon whom alone devolves the right to own, dispose of, and make decisions concerning every inch of Syrian territory. The homeland belongs to the nation as a whole and no one, not even individual Syrian citizens, may dispose of any part of its territory in such a way as to destroy or endanger the integrity of the country, which integrity is a necessary condition for preserving the unity of the Syrian nation.

This principle addresses the basic question posed by any thinking about national struggle, namely the determination of national identity. The starting point of every national endeavor is the determination of national identity which is the only viable basis of national consciousness and the starting point of national revival. In this principle lies the legal basis of national sovereignty. In essence, this principle announces the illegitimacy in the eyes of the SSNP of all international treaties, alliances or schemes that may affect the Syrian homeland in a fashion contrary to the real interests and wishes of the Syrian nation. This principle is the historical response to the Sykes-Picot arrangements of dividing the Syrian homeland into spheres of interest between France and Britain in the wake of the First World War. It is a resounding refusal of the right of Britain to issue the Balfour declaration promising to facilitate the settlement of Zionists in southern Syria (Palestine) and the creation of a Jewish homeland, and a rejection of the presumed rights of Jews to such a homeland in southern Syria.
This principle further asserts the permanence of national sovereignty in the face of the temporary political arrangements and separate states that arose in Syria under the influence of foreign colonial powers and separatist movements. It affirms the primacy of the integrity of the nation and its homeland over the temporary political forms that may arise during periods of national disintegration and foreign occupation. Furthermore, by relating the sovereignty over the homeland to the existence of the nation, Saadeh was setting the legal basis for this sovereignty in a national envergure. Since sovereignty over the homeland is national, no individuals, groups or governments within Syria have the right to forfeit or to allow the permanent loss of sovereignty over any part of the Syrian homeland. The concept of ‘land for peace’ is completely unacceptable in this reference frame. Based on this we understand Saadeh’s objections to the surrender of the Alexandretta district of northern Syria to the Turks before the Second World War and the continuing rejection by the Party of any settlements in southern Syria (Palestine) short of the restitution of Syrian sovereignty over the entire Syrian Homeland”.

A distinctive aspect of this principle is the necessary interconnection of its two clauses. A requisite that Syria the homeland belong to the Syrians is that the latter form a complete nation. This interdependence between the nation and the homeland is a primary axiom of Syrian Social Nationalism. The integrity of the Syrian nation is the safeguard of the integrity of the Syrian homeland and vice versa. Thus all attempts leading to a loss of Syrian national integrity threaten the loss of homeland. Saadeh often stressed that national disintegration was a main reason for the loss of Alexandretta and Antioch in the north, and Palestine in the south-west. Separatism is thus a danger to the integrity of the homeland. Conversely, the Syrian nation can not prosper and be revived when valuable portions of the homeland are taken away. The integrity of the homeland is vital to the survival and prosperity of the nation.

In its apparent simple structure, this principle is the most valuable guide to the understanding of Syrian Social Nationalism and to the elucidation of the plan for national struggle. It is a call to the constituency of the Party to fight separatism, to resist factional tendencies, to reject colonialism, and to re-establish unlimited Syrian possession of the entire homeland. Based on this principle, the SSNP does not recognize the right of Zionists to establish a belligerent religious state in the southern part of Syria (Palestine) with clear intentions of engulfing larger sections of the Syrian homeland. Furthermore, the SSNP does not abide by any international agreements that would deprive the Syrians of their national integrity or the integrity of their homeland. Finally, the independence of Syria in deciding its national interests and the course of its life in its homeland is an immutable right that the SSNP does not allow to be jeopardized or abrogated.

I'll let you be the judge whether or not the former is equal in content to the latter and whether or not the former is actually comprehensible.

10/21/2017 4:23:39 PM



Iranians are Aryans.

Your point?

10/21/2017 4:31:16 PM

Luisa your racism is showing as well as your ignorance

12/13/2017 5:59:10 PM

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