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The Arab's biggest chance

  • By: Qwaider

  • On:Wednesday, January 21, 2009 3:06:22 AM
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    Looking to Massively influence everything in the US? This is the best time ever to do so.

    I'm not talking about good relationships with Obama (Although, that goes without saying), what I am talking about is the global financial crisis that is facing the US, and everywhere else in the world, and the fix is simple

    Arab investments have lost 2.5 TRILLION dollars over the past year according to one Kuwaiti Analyst. That's "Lost". How would the world look like if only 10% of those 2.5 Trillion were used as bailout for: Banks/Mortgage companies in the US. Car manufacturers and all other struggling industries?

    The first question would be, so what are we getting back from all of this?

    The simple answer is, A LOT!

    Arabs have been completely unable to penetrate the western society and becoming a common household despite every effort that has been made. Arabs continue to be viewed as savage, blood thirsty desert-dwelling-camel-riding-barbarians who drink baby blood for breakfast and break the bones of old ladies for dinner. Thanks to Israeli backed media and Hollywood.

    Arabs/Muslims are not to be trusted in the west. Remember what happened when an Emirati company offered to manage ports in California? A media hailstorm was raised and didn't settle until the deal was off. Why? Because even liberals and left-off-center-hypocritical-atheists like Bill Maher made a huge deal out of this (For the simpleton Arab Atheists who don't understand that there are Atheists and then there are Atheists who appear to be favoring some religions, please don't turn this to a podium to defend Atheism). And even secular politicians (who appear to be more secular in favor of certain ethnicities against others) did exactly the same thing. They considered this a scandal, a scoop, they have "exposed" the evil doers!

    But realistically, things have changed. The sentiment has changed. The wind of "change" has come and poorer Americans and even people on the welfare can't be choosers anymore. Even billionaire career politicians are afraid of the times to come that they will be very skeptic of the health of the old organizations that have financed them every step of the way. Which means, they can't be choosers either. They will side with anyone who will put bread on American tables, and keep homes on top of families. No matter who they are and what their affiliations might be. In fact, many will fight to have these practice business that will save the American economy (and the world's) from collapse.

    This is a great opportunity. A chance to really make a difference in world view of Arabs, the world of economics, and chance to have a very effective lobby in the US. A realm that has been completely dominated by Israeli or pro-Israeli action committees like the AIPAC and many many others.

    Economy drives politics, Politics also influence Economy. So many wars have been fought for economic reasons, and this is one battle ground that we appear to have enough arsenal to make a shift in paradigm and make a difference. Next we need to have our own representatives or those who cater for our view in the Senate and Congress and put an end for the Israeli dominance of the American landscape

    I might be a dreamer, but I know someone else who also had a dream. It was realized in his lifetime, and continued to shine after he passed away.

    The time is right now, and the day, starts today, with the winds of change blowing so strongly over the world

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    • KJ
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    • On: 1/21/2009 7:51:57 AM
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    The first thing Arabs must do is to stop disagreeing like children. They even disagreed yesterday on how to help Gaza.

    Our rulers should with all honesty just grow up
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    • On: 1/21/2009 8:00:43 AM
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    I don't know but I think KJ is right, they need to decide to agree first, then they need to pour these funds into needy Arab causes because there are so many and then they might think about investing politically and financially in the US.  They need to rethink the Arab brand or create one to start with.
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    • Qwaider
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    • On: 1/21/2009 8:51:11 AM
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    You're both right. But this doesn't mean that our business people need to follow in the footsteps of the leaders. There is such a thing as economic leadership. They don't have to look at this from a patriotic point of view. There are fortunes to be made here. Consider it "reverse globalization"
    It's doable, it's our chance we should take it... But is there anyone listening? Is there anyone paying attention? That is the real issue
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    • bambam
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    • On: 1/21/2009 10:19:32 AM
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    I take it that you are talking about the states ? huh ? like arabs being united and organized ... I've seen too many ftoors at the mosques being mismanaged to believe in them any more, never mind the ever underlying tone of racism (oh he's lebanese deerbalak ilsano bolo2 wara windoo, oh saudi ...eww shoo mo2ref hajeen wa2e3 bi sal teen... and so on)
    Anyways that would be my reply if we are talking in general, but since we are talking about the states it will be a much simpler reply;
    Arabs that have any local traction in the american political and economical scene in the states are overwhelmingly republican. republicans will never do much to us just because of what they stand for, and the reason why this money is useless in comparison to AIPAC is because this is foreign money not american money ... so its irrelevant.
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    • On: 1/21/2009 11:04:55 AM
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    Qwaider,
    Economic leadership! Exactly what I think! We don't need to wait for our leaders to do anything, we can start on our own. Trade defines most global relationships, the way I see it! Are there no honest businessmen left on earth!? If they took the initiative to stop trade with certain elements, would things not work out?

    Arab leaders "agree to disagree" because they're sold out. Simple. The only power that humans listen to today is money. Maybe we need to set up a private fund to BRIBE the businessmen, the biggest deal ever, to SELL them into being loyal to us!!! :$
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    • jessyz
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    • On: 1/21/2009 4:06:08 PM
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    You have a point but don't you think that investing in the Arab world is more important to create jobs and greater economic stability in the region?  Which would have a greater return on investment both in the long and short term?
    You too can have your Memories Documented

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