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SAVO

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As the guide of free men Imam Husain once said with adaptation to communist voabularies:

إِنَّ النَّاسَ عَبِيدُ الدُّنْيَا، وَالثّورةُ لَعْقٌ عَلَى أَلْسِنَتِهِمْ‏ يَحُوطُونَها مَا دَرَّتْ مَعَايِشُهُمْ فَإِذَا مُحِّصُوا بِالْبَلَاءِ قَلَّ الثوريونَ


what is Mr hussein theory about corruption ..didn't he criticize it also ?jj

his pseudo rebellion against the other islamic khalifa is a conflict betewen 2 retarded fanatics brainwashed by the so called rule pf sharia .. nothing progressist in it ...
 

agnostic

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@SAVO

If one bashes the supreme leader of North Korea, he will get into trouble if the guy decides one day to visit North Korea.

If one bashes Imam Husain, he will get into trouble if the guy decides one day to visit Lebanon. But you can always plead being the retarded that you are.
 

SAVO

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@SAVO TongZhi

Why do you always insist in provoking me? hal2ad bet7eb tekol kfuf w bahdale?


Your immagination is so fertile dude ..
that wont help you in life ...
listen to me .. drop this bs of hossein and go read some useful book that teach you how he world works ...
 

SAVO

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Statement by the Chinese Embassy in Lebanon

We’ve noted the remarks by the Ambassador of the United States to Lebanon in her interview with Al Hadath on China’s cooperation with other countries.
We’ve made our point clear on this issue in our latest statement, and would like to take this opportunity to emphasize that China has been carrying out cooperation with developing countries under the principle of respect for State sovereignty and international rules, as well as enhancing international anti-corruption cooperation. The relevant Chinese loans have no political strings. ( continue reading on this link)


Statement by the Chinese Embassy in Lebanon
 

SAVO

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This is one of the last photos of Chile's democratically elected socialist president Salvador Allende, as he made his last stand while defending the presidential palace during the U.S.- backed coup on 11 September, 1973. The coup orchestrated by right-wing general Augusto Pinochet would install a military dictatorship that would last almost 2 decades under which about 40,000 people were tortured, disappeared or killed and over 200,000 went into exile
In 1970, President Allende was elected and started an ambitious plan of social reforms, nationalizing natural resources, building houses for the poor and providing access to healthcare and education. As a Latin American socialist president, Allende posed a threat to the U.S. influence in the region.
In what has been called by critics as "the coup template for Latin America," the U.S. intelligence services started a destabilization campaign against Allende, including economic and political sabotage, the backing of opposition politicians and the threat of military intervention.
During the U.S.-backed coup, led by Commander-in-Chief of the Chilean Army, Augusto Pinochet, Salvador Allende fought and was killed in the La Moneda presidential palace. Allende remains an inspiration as well as an important example and reminder for leftist movements across Latin America and the rest of the world.
“I will not resign. Placed in a historic transition, I will pay the loyalty of the people with my life. And I tell them I have the certainty that the seed that we have planted in the dignified conscience of thousands and thousands of Chileans will not be shriveled. You have the power, they can destroy us, but social progress cannot be stopped neither by crime nor by force. History is ours, and people make it happen.”

L'immagine può contenere: 5 persone, persone in piedi

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SAVO

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Scenes from the Greek island of Lesbos, where refugee families (mostly Syrian )had to sleep on roadsides and parking lots after a fire at the Moria refugee camp.

 

SAVO

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Handala, the Palestinian defiance symbol

Handala, also known as Handhala (Arabic: حنظلة‎), is the most famous of Naji al-Ali's characters. He is depicted as a ten-year-old boy, and appeared for the first time in Al-Siyasa in Kuwait in 1969. The figure turned his back to the viewer from the year 1973, and clasped his hands behind his back. The artist explained that the ten-year-old represented his age when forced to leave Palestine and would not grow up until he could return to his homeland; his turned back and clasped hands symbolised the character's rejection of "outside solutions". Handala wears ragged clothes and is barefoot, symbolising his allegiance to the poor. In later cartoons, he is actively participating in the action depicted not merely observing it.

Handala became the signature of Naji al-Ali's cartoons and remains an iconic symbol of Palestinian identity and defiance. pointing steadily towards Palestine. Not just Palestine in geographical terms, but Palestine in its humanitarian sense—the symbol of a just cause, whether it is located in Egypt, Vietnam or South Africa."


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Yakov Mikhailovich Sverdlov (Russian: Яков Михайлович Свердлов; born Solomon Mikhailovich Sverdlov, 3 June 1885 – 16 March 1919), was a Bolshevik party administrator and chairman of the All-Russian Central Executive Committee from 1917 to 1919.

The post of chairman of the All-Russian Central Executive Committee was formally the highest state post in the RSFSR.

Sverdlov is sometimes regarded as the first head of state of the Soviet Union although it was not established until 1922, three years after his death. Sverdlov had a prodigious memory and was able to retain the names and details of fellow revolutionaries in exile. He often gave positions to those he knew personally without much regard for their qualifications. He promoted his friend and suite-mate Varlam Avanesov to second-in-command at the Central Executive Committee, and would later become a top official of the secret police. He also installed Vladimir Volodarsky as commissar of print, propaganda, and agitation until his assassination in 1918. His organizational capability was well-regarded, and during his chairmanship, thousands of local party committees were initiated.One of his comrades recalled that,

"[He] could tell you everything you needed to know about a comrade: where he was working, what kind of person he was, what he was good at, and what job he should be assigned to in the interests of the cause and for his benefit. Moreover, Sverdlov had a very precise impression of all the comrades: they were so firmly stamped in his memory that he could tell you all about the company each one kept. It is hard to believe, but true."
Sverdlov was elected chairman of the All-Russian Central Executive Committee in November 1917, becoming thereby de jure head of state of the Russian SFSRuntil his death. He played important roles in the decision in January 1918 to end the Russian Constituent Assembly and the subsequent signing on 3 March of the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk. In March 1918 Sverdlov along with most prominent Bolsheviks fled Petrograd and moved the government headquarters to Moscow–the Sverdlov's moved into a room in the Kremlin.

In a speech on March 18th, 1919 Vladimir Lenin praised Sverdlov and his contributions to the revolution. He called Sverdlov "the most perfectly complete type of professional revolutionary."




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Vyacheslav Mikhailovich Molotov[ 9 March 1890 – 8 November 1986)was a Sovietpolitician and diplomat, an Old Bolshevik, and a leading figure in the Soviet government from the 1920s. Molotov served as Chairman of the Council of People's Commissars from 1930 to 1941, and as Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1939 to 1949 and from 1953 to 1956. He served from 1942 to 1957.
Molotov was the principal Soviet signatory of the German–Soviet non-aggression pact of 1939 (also known as the Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact).

After World War II (the Great Patriotic War), Molotov was involved in negotiations with the Western allies, in which he became noted for his diplomatic skills.



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Vyacheslav Molotov on the cover of Time, 20 April 1953

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Molotov and Zhemchuzhina in 1960

Polina Semyonovna Zhemchuzhina (born Perl Semyonovna Karpovskaya;27 February 1897 – 1 April 1970) was a Soviet politician and the wife of the Soviet foreign minister Vyacheslav Molotov. Zhemchuzhina was the director of the Soviet national cosmetics trust from 1932 to 1936, Minister of Fisheries in 1939, and head of textiles production in the Ministry of Light Industry from 1939 to 1948.

During the 1920s, her sister emigrated to the British Mandate of Palestine. According to historian Zhores Medvedev, Stalin was highly suspicious of Zhemchuzhina. He thought that she negatively influenced Molotov, and he recommended Molotov divorce her.

Her brother, Sam Carp, was a successful businessman in the United States.

In a secret meeting of the Politburo on 10 August 10, 1939, the agenda item number 33, "Regarding Comrade Zhemchuzhina" and her alleged "connections to spies", led to a request to verify that information by the NKVD. she was severely reprimanded and demoted for unknowingly keeping contacts with "enemy elements thereby facilitating their spying missions." In February 1941, she was taken off the list of the candidates to the Central Committee.

On the Eastern Front of World War II, Zhemchuzhina actively supported the zionist Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee (JAC) and befriended many of its leading members, most notably zionist Solomon Mikhoels. She frequently attended performances by the Moscow State Jewish Theatre.

Polina Zhemchuzhina befriended Golda Meir, who arrived in Moscow in November 1948 as the first Israeli envoy to the USSR. Fluent in Yiddish, Zhemchuzhina acted as translator for a diplomatic meeting between Meir and her husband, the Soviet foreign minister.

She was arrested for treason in December 1948, as she openly supported the idea of granting the region of Crimea to Jews,consequently being forced into an unwanted divorce from Μolotov. She was convicted and sentenced to five years in a labour camp.She died of natural causes in 1970.
 
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Selfie of @Manifesto standing with @SAVO

politically @Manifesto and you have the same weight when it comes to elections ... each one have one vote ..
if i will be abe to get manifesto trust and influence his voting decision and make him shift from voting amal-hizballa...that i will consider a success for me ;)

to set an example .. i dunno actually who manifesto vote for and i am not interested to know since its his own free decision.
 
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