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The Man Who Punched Christopher Hitchens

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 BigRed    150

Adonis Nasr, the Lebanese facsist who attacked me and Christopher Hitchens on the streets of Beirut in 2009, has been killed fighting for Bashar al-Assad’s regime in Syria.

Nasr was an intelligence officer in the Syrian Social Nationalist Party, an imperialist gang of Assad enthusiasts who brazenly sport a spinning swastika on their flag and wish to conquer Lebanon, Israel, Jordan, Iraq, Kuwait and Cyprus and forcibly attach them all to Damascus.

Here’s my account of what happened when Hitchens and I violently encountered Nasr and his good squad in Beirut.

A Syrian-sponsored militia once attacked me and Christopher Hitchens on the streets of Beirut.

Yes, that Christopher Hitchens. The famous polemical journalist who went after Henry Kissinger, Mother Teresa, Bill Clinton and even God himself with hammer and tongs. Many considered him the greatest living writer in the English language before esophageal cancer killed him in 2011.

http://right.is/middle-east/2016/02/the-man-who-punched-christopher-hitchens-44640.html?currentSplittedPage=0

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 puddle    7
5 hours ago, BigRed said:

 

Yes, that Christopher Hitchens. The famous polemical journalist who went after Henry Kissinger, Mother Teresa, Bill Clinton and even God himself with hammer and tongs. Many considered him the greatest living writer in the English language before esophageal cancer killed him in 2011.

 

 

That C Hitchens, the incredible drunken hypocrite!

Why would he go after Henry Kissinger and leave Nixon alone? Henry was/is a war criminal, but he was a junior. Nixon was/is a war criminal, as are all US presidents from Franklin Roosevelt on.

Vietnam, Cambodia, Korea, Laos, Nicaragua, Brazil, Guatemala, ..., the list of US war crimes and terrorism goes on and on.

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