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Friday, May 11, 2007



This video is one of the funniest things I've ever seen. I don't know if it was done on purpose as a political comedy about how screwed this world is or if it was for real. I heard it was a real broadcast in Palestine and the show was cancelled afterwards (hopefully by the TV executives and not under the pressure of Israel or the CIA.) Anyways, this rant on Israeli occupation in Palestine and the U.S. fighting in Iraq is completely weird, sick and South Park worth.


Mickey Mouse -an American icon, for sure- praises Allah and calls for Jihad against Bush and Condoleeza while kids call the show singing chants against the Israeli occupation. The little girl seems to be the host of the show and she actually knows what she talks about. It's a mixture of Sesame Street, The Mickey Mouse Club and a David Lynch directed scene. Funny because it's wrong, wrong because it's real.


40 years ago, Argentinian cartoonist Quino called the Palestinian-Israeli situation a "Tom And Jerry" cartoon. Year by year, decade by decade, the world is getting tired of this war between brothers and, when not getting any response of peace commitment from neither parts, the world is just not paying attention anymore and becoming numb. It doesn't matter who's right if nobody wants to negotiate an end of bloodshed.


Again, real or not, let's see this video as what it really is: an ironic statement of a war already lost by both parts.

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