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gilbert-desmee:

La lune blanche

Luit dans les bois,

De chaque branche

Part une voix

Sous la ramée…

Ô bien-aimée.

L’étang reflète,

Profond miroir,

La silhouette

Du saule noir

Où le vent pleure…

Rêvons, c’est l’heure.

Un vaste et tendre

Apaisement

Semble descendre

Du firmament

Que l’astre irise…

C’est l’heure exquise.

Paul Verlaine

04.07.14 13

amayas-amazigh:

Yesterday in Bejaia, Kabylia , riots against the electoral masquerade of the  living death; Bouteflika

04.06.14 18

The story goes:

Kais went on a cold morning to Leyla’s neighbourhood.
Noticing Kais arrival among their gathering, Ward friends told the latter to be patient - for he should keep a noble behaviour regarding the fool.
After greetings, Kais asked Ward if he could answer a request. As the man accepted, the poet recited the following:

"May your witness be god, did Leyla you hold * Before dawn, or on lips kissed her?
And did Leyla’s hair waved upon you * like cloves do wave under the dew?
As if cloves, musky air and beauties amber * Hided, all of them, down there”.

Ward, keeping patient, kindly answered:

"Kais, if god is my witness, I would say: yes".

It is said that the poet - as they were sitting around a fire - catched a burning branch with both hands. Neither Ward nor friends could hold the fool from his deed, till he faint out of pain.

— Nizami Ganjavi, The Five Treasures (Panj Ganj), Bab Leyli Va Majnun (Personal translation from Arabic).

04.02.14 2

ز جهان دل بار كندم تا شوری پیدا کردم

تو پریشان مو کردی چون مجنون صحرا گردم


I withdrawn my heart from this world in order to find joy

Until you distraught your hair to make me the fool of deserts

— رحيم معيني كرمانشاهى

03.24.14 0
Zoom marxist2xchromosomeactivist:

 Red Cloud, Sitting Bull, Chief Joseph, Wolf Robe

We’re the renegades of funk !

marxist2xchromosomeactivist:

 Red Cloud, Sitting Bull, Chief Joseph, Wolf Robe

We’re the renegades of funk !

03.03.14 2502
Zoom Just because you blow on horns,
doesn’t mean you’re Miles Davis …

M.E.B :)

Just because you blow on horns,
doesn’t mean you’re Miles Davis …

M.E.B :)

02.11.14 1
Zoom 2- Les calanques Aux monts du littoral méditerranéen Dans les roches calcaire et granitique La marée exploite les failles géologiques Les fleuves creusent un réseau souterrain. Fait qu’on observe en continent africain Le travail conjugué des forces aquatiques Produit toujours des effets identiques En rivages corses, provençaux et italiens. Aux bords escarpés des petits valons Coulez, eaux douces des ruissellements Mêlez vous aux flots froids des marées. Genèse des profondes calanques Visibles depuis ces hautes jetées D’où s’élancent les saltimbanques.

2- Les calanques 

Aux monts du littoral méditerranéen 
Dans les roches calcaire et granitique 
La marée exploite les failles géologiques 
Les fleuves creusent un réseau souterrain. 

Fait qu’on observe en continent africain 
Le travail conjugué des forces aquatiques 
Produit toujours des effets identiques 
En rivages corses, provençaux et italiens. 

Aux bords escarpés des petits valons 
Coulez, eaux douces des ruissellements 
Mêlez vous aux flots froids des marées. 

Genèse des profondes calanques 
Visibles depuis ces hautes jetées 
D’où s’élancent les saltimbanques.

01.20.14 1
Zoom jabhawiyya:

2014’s Person of the Year is Ahmad Sa’adat. Contary to most of the magazines and other publications, this is the man who truly deserves the award. He has spent years in zionist jails for simply being the leader of an organization the zionists deem politically incorrect. He is a man full of courage, passion, respect, and patience. Ahmad Sa’adat, the world’s Person of the Year.

jabhawiyya:

2014’s Person of the Year is Ahmad Sa’adat. Contary to most of the magazines and other publications, this is the man who truly deserves the award. He has spent years in zionist jails for simply being the leader of an organization the zionists deem politically incorrect. He is a man full of courage, passion, respect, and patience.

Ahmad Sa’adat, the world’s Person of the Year.

01.03.14 4
Zoom Tunisia : Meet Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa, the rewarded « outgoing-new »
(In pic : new Tunisian PM having lunch with German Embassador in Beja, north western Tunisia, wednesday, December 11th 2013 )

                By 9 voices on 23 possible (number of political parties participating in Tunisian «National Dialogue “) outgoing Industry minister of exiting Prime Minister Larayedh’s office, Mehdi Jomaa is indicated Tunisian PM, of what will be the transition third governmental team since the elections of constituent assembly in October 23rd, 2011.
 
From « the old-wise » to « the old-new », a Tunisian light political comedy
Yesterday 14th comes after a long Friday 13th, where we witnessed a fancy-political- comedy.
Grotesque was the appearance of Mustapha Fillali (former Bourguiba’s multi-minister) announcing his agreement for task at 7:30 AM (when he was, finally intended to be « providential man » by tenants of “National Dialogue”) to withdraw one hour later, rethinking his statements and invoking his age conditions (92 years). Finally, he declined what was (quoting) « an honour made to him » hours before. (show was broadcasted by local SHEMSFM and MOSAIQUEFM radios).
As the dialogue went on late after « due hour » (Midday Tunis Time) the representatives of liberal ‘Nidaa Tounes’ as well as the representatives of the two hat ‘National Saving Front (NSF)/Popular Front’ (Left) had left meetings repeatedly letting glide over the holding of talks, that this last chance could turn into a dialogue’s final implosion.
When the night grew cold, letting out the names of some favourite colts, Jalloul Ayed (former minister) and Mohammed Ennaceur (former minister as well), it is Jomaa who was announced victorious, late evening on national TV.
Ennahdha leads, Liberal kept the field…
First statements: Islamist Ennahdha has kept the hand in what was “National Dialogue”. Even with not enough voices, blood-stained-hands ruling party succeeded imposing one of “theirs” (in Tunis school of engineers, some still remember the islamist movement activist, student Jomaa), having failed to impose foal Ahmed Mestiri (President Bourguiba’s multi-minister, another « wise »).
Houcine Abassi, the general secretary of Labour union UGTT can claim himself to be satisfied that the Dialogue (of which he was personally one of the organizers) does not result in a power vacation which would have (as he asserted in Saturday 13 afternoon) “left place for the street law, in a situation where social tension knows an extremely high rise”.
The representative of UTICA (Boss union), Mrs Wided Bouchamaoui (the other organizer of “Dialogue “) made no statement. Her smile said expressed satisfaction though.
Indeed, her colt, Jomaa was of a big help few times ago and yesterday was reward day. In the professional race which brought her, to the directorship of Hutchison’s division (a subsidiary of the French giant TOTAL specialised in aerospace industry, which main clients are groups as EADS, Airbus, Eurocopter..), Jomaa was there to withstand The Boss.
As for Béji Caïd Essebsi and his liberal party Nidaa Tounes, the abstention is versatile. No doubt that they will put all pressures to be massively represented in future governmental composition where they can offer their Mustapha Kamel Nabli (former tunisian central bank manager) for economy, their Jalloul Ayed (former minister) for finances, their Habib Essid (Former minister) for home office.
… What is « Left »?
From today, Sunday 15th, talks aiming to form the new government will be once again a gasping sprint, as the “Dialogue” - with its several rebounds - was .
The new minoritarian prime minister will have immediate occupation: trying to satisfy the disappointed of NSF by dredging in its new team, members coming from the « Left » side to ease resentment. 
But what is « Left »? 1/2
M.E.B

Tunisia : Meet Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa, the rewarded « outgoing-new »

(In pic : new Tunisian PM having lunch with German Embassador in Beja, north western Tunisia, wednesday, December 11th 2013 )

                By 9 voices on 23 possible (number of political parties participating in Tunisian «National Dialogue “) outgoing Industry minister of exiting Prime Minister Larayedh’s office, Mehdi Jomaa is indicated Tunisian PM, of what will be the transition third governmental team since the elections of constituent assembly in October 23rd, 2011.

 

From « the old-wise » to « the old-new », a Tunisian light political comedy

Yesterday 14th comes after a long Friday 13th, where we witnessed a fancy-political- comedy.

Grotesque was the appearance of Mustapha Fillali (former Bourguiba’s multi-minister) announcing his agreement for task at 7:30 AM (when he was, finally intended to be « providential man » by tenants of “National Dialogue”) to withdraw one hour later, rethinking his statements and invoking his age conditions (92 years). Finally, he declined what was (quoting) « an honour made to him » hours before. (show was broadcasted by local SHEMSFM and MOSAIQUEFM radios).

As the dialogue went on late after « due hour » (Midday Tunis Time) the representatives of liberal ‘Nidaa Tounes’ as well as the representatives of the two hat ‘National Saving Front (NSF)/Popular Front’ (Left) had left meetings repeatedly letting glide over the holding of talks, that this last chance could turn into a dialogue’s final implosion.

When the night grew cold, letting out the names of some favourite colts, Jalloul Ayed (former minister) and Mohammed Ennaceur (former minister as well), it is Jomaa who was announced victorious, late evening on national TV.

Ennahdha leads, Liberal kept the field…

First statements: Islamist Ennahdha has kept the hand in what was “National Dialogue”. Even with not enough voices, blood-stained-hands ruling party succeeded imposing one of “theirs” (in Tunis school of engineers, some still remember the islamist movement activist, student Jomaa), having failed to impose foal Ahmed Mestiri (President Bourguiba’s multi-minister, another « wise »).

Houcine Abassi, the general secretary of Labour union UGTT can claim himself to be satisfied that the Dialogue (of which he was personally one of the organizers) does not result in a power vacation which would have (as he asserted in Saturday 13 afternoon) “left place for the street law, in a situation where social tension knows an extremely high rise”.

The representative of UTICA (Boss union), Mrs Wided Bouchamaoui (the other organizer of “Dialogue “) made no statement. Her smile said expressed satisfaction though.

Indeed, her colt, Jomaa was of a big help few times ago and yesterday was reward day. In the professional race which brought her, to the directorship of Hutchison’s division (a subsidiary of the French giant TOTAL specialised in aerospace industry, which main clients are groups as EADS, Airbus, Eurocopter..), Jomaa was there to withstand The Boss.

As for Béji Caïd Essebsi and his liberal party Nidaa Tounes, the abstention is versatile. No doubt that they will put all pressures to be massively represented in future governmental composition where they can offer their Mustapha Kamel Nabli (former tunisian central bank manager) for economy, their Jalloul Ayed (former minister) for finances, their Habib Essid (Former minister) for home office.

… What is « Left »?

From today, Sunday 15th, talks aiming to form the new government will be once again a gasping sprint, as the “Dialogue” - with its several rebounds - was .

The new minoritarian prime minister will have immediate occupation: trying to satisfy the disappointed of NSF by dredging in its new team, members coming from the « Left » side to ease resentment.

But what is « Left »? 1/2

M.E.B

12.15.13 2

القصّة جمّرت من شرارة

12.14.13 2
L’inventaire - M.E.B

L’inventaire

J’ai dans le cou
Une fleur étrange
Qui me réveille
Souvent la nuit
***
J’ai deux guitares
Et cinq problèmes 
J’ai cent poèmes
Et mille soucis

Dans mes cahiers
Tes mots sommeillent
Dans ton sommeil
Dors mon oubli
***
J’ai dans le cou
Cette fleur étrange
Qui me réveille
Souvent la nuit
***
Je suis debout
Je me fatigue
La pluie irrigue
Les anciens lits

De la rivière
« Aïn Chaherli »
Rejoins la mer
A « Chott Memi »
***
J’ai dans le cou
Sept fleurs étranges
Qui me réveillent
Souvent la nuit
***
J’ai à traduire
Et un espoir
Et du travail
Pour le Lundi

« J’ai deux saisons
Hiver, Printemps
Quand viens l’été
Tu seras ici »
***
J’ai dans le cou
Seth, fleur étrange
Qui me réveille
Souvent la nuit

Dans deux saisons
Hiver, Printemps
Quand viens l’été
Tu seras ici.

12.01.13 2
Alain Badiou Wants to Make Movie on Plato Starring Brad Pitt

sclez:

Go for it, Badiou. Get your Hollywood movie with Mrs Plato.

Have you read the book dear sclez? And if so, what do you think about letting a critical approach get into actual Hollywood ? I thank you :)

11.29.13 12
Zoom After being arrested in August and released, comrade Wurud Al Kasim has been rearrested hours ago by Israeli occupation and led to intelligency detention quarters. Her house in Al-Tira was searched, computers and phones were seized on the basis of her contest of US interventionism in Syria and Israeli occupation.
Freedom to Wurud and all our detainees 
Source: Comrade M.R.A PFLP

After being arrested in August and released, comrade Wurud Al Kasim has been rearrested hours ago by Israeli occupation and led to intelligency detention quarters. Her house in Al-Tira was searched, computers and phones were seized on the basis of her contest of US interventionism in Syria and Israeli occupation.

Freedom to Wurud and all our detainees 

Source: Comrade M.R.A PFLP

11.28.13 11
Zoom ineskhalsa:

Fairuz at the UN General Assembly Lobby in NY, 1981
(via)

كلّ سنة و انت بخير فيروز :)

ineskhalsa:

Fairuz at the UN General Assembly Lobby in NY, 1981

(via)

كلّ سنة و انت بخير فيروز :)

11.23.13 4
Zoom Slain Politician Brahmi Replaced in Assembly
The position of slain National Constituent Assembly (NCA) member Mohamed Brahmi was filled yesterday by his newly-selected replacement, Fadhel Safraoui.
The replacement comes four months after Brahmi’s assassination on July 25. Brahmi was head of the People’s Movement, a small party in the Popular Front coalition.
Safraoui is also a member of the People’s Movement party.
The replacement ceremony was brief. Safraoui took the oath and then joined NCA members who have suspended their activities in protest against amendments the ruling Ennahdha party made to the NCA’s bylaws, according to radio station Mosaique FM.
Brahmi’s assassination caused a political deadlock that still has not been resolved. Political talks to resolve the situation were suspended earlier this month.
Pic: Mohammed Brahmi funeral procession, Tunis, July 29, 2013. Photo credit: Tristan Dreisbach, Tunisia Live
- See more at: http://www.tunisia-live.net/2013/11/21/slain-politician-brahmi-replaced-in-assembly/#sthash.ERBHANx5.dpuf

Slain Politician Brahmi Replaced in Assembly

The position of slain National Constituent Assembly (NCA) member Mohamed Brahmi was filled yesterday by his newly-selected replacement, Fadhel Safraoui.

The replacement comes four months after Brahmi’s assassination on July 25. Brahmi was head of the People’s Movement, a small party in the Popular Front coalition.

Safraoui is also a member of the People’s Movement party.

The replacement ceremony was brief. Safraoui took the oath and then joined NCA members who have suspended their activities in protest against amendments the ruling Ennahdha party made to the NCA’s bylaws, according to radio station Mosaique FM.

Brahmi’s assassination caused a political deadlock that still has not been resolved. Political talks to resolve the situation were suspended earlier this month.

Pic: Mohammed Brahmi funeral procession, Tunis, July 29, 2013. Photo credit: Tristan Dreisbach, Tunisia Live

- See more at: http://www.tunisia-live.net/2013/11/21/slain-politician-brahmi-replaced-in-assembly/#sthash.ERBHANx5.dpuf

11.22.13 0