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This post was inspired by a special issue of a magazine on revolution. The song I chose is called “With Love (Remember)” from Gary Moore. History repeating?

They say with revolutions history doesn’t repeat. Newspaper shout and in 2011 they called the fall of dictators the Arab Spring. To have a clear understanding of what was at stake, let’s remember Hafez el-Assad in Syria made 2 billion dollars in 30 years.

Now I read in some newspaper that Assad won the battle in Syria. But rest assured that with ISIS and Daesh, from a human perspective, we’re left to wonder what kind of special brew it was.

It seems the Arab street in the last decades was brutalized by dictators and security officers. This might be true but this couldn’t have been possible without the wonderful recipe that allowed Assad to make 2 billion in 30 years: I don’t believe a word you say.

Arab Spring: One Thing We Recall

Dictators were falling like dominoes. Feeling nothing deep inside, money was their only love. And of course, they played for keeps. Who wouldn’t want to secure the recipe for 2 billion dollars in 30 years: never saw an audit.

If you want to understand why those dictators stayed in power that long and made a fortune, you have to start questioning their auditing firm. If you perform an honest audit, you will discover strange things like arms and drug dealers.

They were here to stun young people like a security officer who didn’t want to use a club anymore. I’ve been to a party lately and there was some good music; it started to become drum ‘n’ bass and I started to wonder if the government authorized those gathering only if you came out of here knocked unconscious.

Our Only Goal Will Be Prevention

The key to motivation is to set goals and our only goal should be to give people a chance to meet. Today I met a Palestinian graphic designer because I want to make nice pictures for that blog. It seems people can relate to pictures even though we might perceive more information with our ears.

The Arab Spring didn’t fail because I’m still alive and I wanted to share with you the results of my work. Now’s the time for humanity to rewrite its history (we’re not suggesting to erase our memories). Because there are space people among us and we will recognize them easily.

I think space is a small world and, for an obvious reason called jealousy, someone said humans should haunt the Earth as much as possible. There was a cosmic plot to isolate humans because we are good people: at some point in my life, I made friends with Jews and Muslims. I also had Buddhist and Zoroastrian acquaintances.

This Isn’t Over, He’s Going The Distance

Assad in Syria made a fortune in 30 years. His brother also did and people couldn’t explain it. It seems our Nazi friends were recruited in Syria (counterespionage is the basis of espionage). The presence of Alois Brunner in Syria could explain how Assad made 2 billion in 30 years.

The problem is that people spend their time reproducing the method: they become a butcher and voila! 30 years later, they can go on holiday in Bora Bora or buy a flat in the Trump Tower.

Again, money is their only love and they feel nothing deep inside. Now President Michel Aoun has allowed Lebanon to remain stable and relaxed because we needed time to understand this feeling we couldn’t shake. And I have news for you: Pol Pot freed the Arab world of Nazis. But now I’m wondering if Nazis are not respectable!

Don’t Waste Time, Become A Butcher

As a conclusion, there is one thing I recall: from a banking perspective, everything is wrong in Syria and in other countries of the Arab spring. I’m a Lebanese person and I have experienced the brutality of the Assad regime. But I must say Pol Pot from Cambodia had a hard time fighting him, but he won.

Pol Pot and his Red Khmer were a disaster in Cambodia. Almost uncivilized, no other ruler exercised a control of their citizens like him. I wonder if it didn’t give some ideas to Assad and other rulers. After all, it seems Hitler had the idea of the Holocaust with the Armenian Genocide.

When I need ideas, I often turn to music. Nothing ever stays the same. Those dictators wanted us to remember them with love. After all, it seems they worked closely with Russia who is still bragging like a newly rich person about Pavlov classical conditioning.

You can make a fortune in 30 years with Syria’s method: if you make money, there’s 90% for the government, and you are left with 10%. Of course, if you start to make an audit, you will discover everything was wrong.

The summer rain like teardrops on my window
Reminds me of a time so long ago
And through each drop of rain I see
Within my heart you’ll always be
I pray you will remember me with love

The golden shades of autumn all around us
They tell me nothing ever stays the same
And as the leaves all turn to brown
I watch them floating to the ground
I pray you will remember me with love

As I look back on the springtime
There is one day I recall
Blankets of gold in the fields of love
Remember, remember

The coldest days of winter draw so close now
You’ll light the fire to keep away the chill
And in the embers you might see
A flame that burns for you and me
I pray you will remember me with love

As I look back on the springtime
There is one day I recall
Blankets of gold in the fields of love
Remember, remember

The coldest days of winter draw so close now
You’ll light the fire to keep away the chill
And in the embers you might see
A flame still burns for you and me
I pray you will remember me with love

I pray you will remember me with love
I pray you will remember me with love

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Written by na1man

I've been listening to music for more than 20 years, trying to get a message in each of the 5000 songs I listened to. I'm interested in all topics (sports, art, science, philosophy, health, travel). I connect the dots with contemporary music. This blog will be the result of more than 20 years of work on humanity (ripples in the curvature of spacetime).

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