Saturday, July 17, 2010

Schizophrenia: A new El Naschie video!


It was uploaded on July 13 by YouTube user skyhock08. It's very short, in Arabic, and without subtitles.


It was found by our reader and translator who thinks El Naschie is a douche. He explains that El Naschie, in the role of a nanotechnology scientist, is telling about his social philosophy, on a program called "schizophrenia".

El Naschie is not an expert in nanotechnology.

The sound track is very dramatic!

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2 comments:

  1. El Naschie's Rosa Al-Youssef column is up for Sunday, July 18. Whom the Bell Tolls? Arabic or English.

    This is the first part of a two-part series.

    El Naschie says any human life is precious to him. You never know for whom the bell tolls, perhaps it tolls for thee. He mentions English poet John Dunn and American writer Ernest Hemingway. El Naschie respects but doesn't fear death. He mentions Martin Luther King Jr. He is saddened by the death of a man in Alexandria [I think El Naschie is talking about Khalid Said, a protester who was beaten to death by the police, but he doesn't name him].

    El Naschie says the previous Israeli Prime Minister, Ehud Olmert, sacrificed the lives of thousands of innocents including children subject to sexual abuse [not sure I am translating that right], to save the lives of Israeli soldiers. One of those was Gilad Shalit [still held prisoner by Hamas since being captured by Hamas in 2006]. El Naschie thinks Olmert is cruel and arrogant, not motivated by humanity and love for Shalit.

    Part two is coming tomorrow.

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  2. And here is the second part. Monday, July 19. Cheap gains. Arabic or English.

    El Naschie says that Israel's ex Prime Minister Ehud Olmert used the kidnapping of border post soldier Gilad Shalit as a pretext for brutal crackdowns, and likens Olmert to those who demonstrate and cause instability over the "tragic incident" in Alexandria in which Khaled Said was killed by the police. El Naschie still can't bring himself to use Mr. Said's name, or mention how he died.

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