Case in Point: Semites Squabbling Over the Fate of a Foreign Country

Brandon Martinez / Non-Aligned Media

I know this video is a few years old, but it illustrates perfectly a point I’ve been making recently.

Here we see the quintessential Semitic squabble, with Arab and Muslim immigrant Australians vociferously arguing over the fate of Syria.

We see Mimi al-Laham, also known as “Syrian Girl,” an opportunistic and vain Syrian woman living in Australia who has manoeuvred herself into an alt-media “career” by endlessly offering up pro-Assad commentary on the Syrian civil war, her one and only pet issue. She has partnered with compromised Zionist hacks like Infowars and Alex Jones to push her brand of one-dimensional “geopolitical analysis.” She tells the host at one point, after lambasting other guests not sufficiently supportive of Emperor Assad, that she “wants to run Syria” herself.

Her and others on this Australian TV show, which features in a debate a number of pro-Assad ex-pat Syrians and on the other end assorted Muslim Untermensch who sympathize with the Islamist rebels, have imported a Semitic controversy into Australia, a nation of traditionally White-Anglo stock and heritage.

The question is, why should Australians, the majority of whom are White Christians of British stock, care about a civil war in the Middle East between revanchist Islamists, assorted anti-government rebels, and dictator-loving Baathist loyalists? Why should Australians have to listen to a bunch of Semitic foreigners squabble like children over the fate of a country thousands of miles away?

It’s fairly obvious that, wherever they are, ex-pat Syrians and Arabs and Muslims more generally care far more about their birth nations in the Middle East and their various troubles than the countries they have chosen to squat in. And I don’t blame them for that because that is their heritage. But why do they not go back to Syria, or wherever they are from, instead of exporting their problems to the West? If they want to argue on TV shows with other Semites about what political system best suits Syria – democracy, Shariah law or Baathist tyranny – then they should do so over there.

Once this Syria thing blows over, what then will “Syrian Girl” do? Her alt-media career will inevitably be finished because she’ll have nothing left to talk about, since all she knows is the ins and outs of this civil war and its various players – although she has tried, in an effort to impress her click-bait compatriots at Infowars, to commentate on popular Alt-Lite issues like feminism. But women in general simply don’t have the brainpower to diagnose or analyze complex problems, and should be afforded no place in the fields of political science or social commentary.

Same with numerous other Johnny-come-lately “analysts” – many of them female bimbos wearing too much make-up – who began their “careers” in alternative media by simply parroting and re-printing the official talking points of the Syrian government in its war effort. They offered nothing original in their analysis, making big claims of presenting an “alternative” truth perspective to the lies of “corporate media” on the conflict, when in fact all they did was read official Syrian state media, translate its pronouncements into English, and make YouTube videos presenting its contents.

That is the sad state of affairs in “alt-media,” which has presented opportunities for fame-and-attention-seeking women to gain a following on social media and YouTube, where they can relish in the compliments of loserish men in their basements.

Australians have their own problems, such as mass immigration, enforced multiculturalism, a wobbly economy, and anti-freedom legislation imposed on them by uncivilized Semites of the Hebrew tribe. They don’t need a self-declared “Syrian Girl” to tell them they must prioritize Semitic issues over their own.

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