Sunday, August 27, 2006

The People's Cube: "Conflict In Lebanon For Dummies"

The People's Cube has some really excellent commentary on current events- all done through the use of satire. It is one of the the cleverest (and certainly one of the funniest) political satire sites on the 'net- if you're not yet familiar with it check it out . . .

The following is a brief excerpt from one of their recent articles:

As the great progressive leader Joseph Stalin may have said, "It's not what really happens, it's what we write about it that matters." We can never underestimate the importance of proper screening of individuals who narrate history for the masses - from news services and talk shows to school teachers and entertainers. To our credit we have a firm grip on all of the above.

One of the most prominent members of the academic community in this respect is Professor Kurgman, PhD, PhD, PhD, who has kindly written for the People's Cube a brief yet masterful summary of the recent conflict in the Middle East. Not only does it correctly capture the way the events were covered by world's progressive media, it is also destined to enter the annals of history as the sole unquestionable resource for social scientists of the future.

The Progressive History Of Conflict In Lebanon
by Professor Kurgman, PhD, PhD, PhD

In the summer of 2006, the Zionist populace of Israel, spoiled by joint ventures with Intel and Motorola, and their biotechnology inventions (which were all stolen from the Islam anyway) unanimously decided, "To hell with technology and commerce; we need to murder Lebanese civilian babies instead."

The article is continued here- and there's much more extremely insightful political commentary on the site.


1. The People's Cube's excellent page on The Religion of Peace

2. Satirical political commentary and analysis via cartoons on Cox and Forkum, Dry Bones, and Fatwa-Worthy Humor.

(This article is cross-posted on A Deeper Look)

No comments: