Monday, June 1, 2009

He was dead (then he got better)

As the Future Movement was trying to up the ante in its latest spree before the elections by calling upon the photo, remembrance, nostalgia or whatever else that could come back with Rafic Hariri with the line "You blood is precious, our voice is high" - except that in Arabic it rhymes - someones spoofed it making sure that no death was sacred enough by using the words "You belly is high my uncle" (A children's play based on the tag principle except that you have to standstill completely on anything that is higher than the ground - trees, rocks, etc... - before one gets to you). Bringing Hariri back from the dead is a double edge sword, as the tagline of a recent movie goes "He was dead then he got better."
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