Wednesday, September 07, 2005

She sings good!

I never thought that this will be my first post in my blog, but sometimes you can't control the situation and the situation controls you. I was just surfing the net looking for some softwares when I read about an interview with Celine Dion donating some money and criticizing Bush's policy. Both seemed good to me till I got to read her own words, she said:

'How come it's so easy to send planes in another country, to kill everyone in a second, to destroy lives, at a time when Americans need to serve their own country'

Here I was really shocked because I'm a big fan of Celine, I wasn’t shocked because she criticized Bush's policy but oh my god not in this naïve and superficial way. She can be against the war (I think too many are) but saying "to kill everyone" well who's everyone I'm still alive and many others in my country! And most of the killing in Iraq are done by the terrorist groups not by the American army, I'm not about to defend the American army way of acting or what I think about Bush and his policy maybe I will do this in another article. Dear Celine if you have a point and you what to say it say it but there is no need to tell lies about it or even saying something that u don’t know what it means just like the "planes that kill everyone". Well Katrina made you speak and I wish you didn’t and please next time when you feel that you need to give a helping hand don’t speak just sing it would be much better believe me.


At 10:17 PM, Blogger Jim, Dearborn said...

Oh Celine. You are so important because you can sing, (while your husband gambles away your fortune in the casino).
Yes, "everyone" is dead in Iraq. We have killed "everyone" 5 times over. Once again an example of someone on the left comparing apples to oranges and thinking only of short term future (a year at the outside) and not caring about what kind of world she leaves to her child.

At 10:20 PM, Anonymous kelly said...

HI Sooni,
Thank you for your post, it is so unfortunate that so many of the "celebrities" here in America, don't read blogs like you and ITM, I appricate your comments regarding the TRUTH about who is doing the killing in Iraq. Whatever one feels about President Bush or his overall policy, the important thing is to help the Iraqi people to rid your beautiful country of those mad headchoppers and murders. I look forward to reading more posts from you.

At 10:36 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You've got the right title for your comments, and the right attitude. Pleased to meet you.


At 10:58 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice Voice - No Brain, sorry you can't have it all.

At 11:02 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Laura Ingraham, a lawyer and talk show host in the States wrote a book entitled "Shut Up and Sing!"
Celine is one in a long line to fit that title.

At 11:11 PM, Anonymous whitney said...

Thank you for your insightful comments. Unfortunately, these "celebrities" do a lot of damage when they speak about subjects of which they have little, if any, education. They are able to do a lot more damage than the traditional ignorant person because the media listens to them and broadcasts their every word. Celine, if you ever read this, wars and rescue operations take time and planning. The Iraq War didn't happen overnight and the organization of the largest rescue and disaster recovery operation in our nation's history doesn't happen overnight either. I know that you're used to telling your butler that you want fresh lobster from Maine and you see it on your dinner plate that evening, but most everybody else operates in the real world where it takes time to move 100,000 people out of a ravaged city and move in tens of thousands of troops and many thousands of tons of supplies.

At 11:29 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

She also said something to the effect of

"so what if their taking twenty pair of jeans or a tv set, they won't get far with it , so let them take, please just let them touch it" she was of course speaking in her "outrageous" accent and crying.


At 11:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sooni-you were recommended by ITM. I welcome another insiteful Iraqi voice speaking out. If you have not found out already, most celebs
have little knowledge and no experience with the real world most of us live in. As a result their pronouncements usually make little sense. AS Bernard Goldberg says in his book "100 people screwing up america","there is more diverity in the Taliban than the 90210 zip code". (90210 is the zip for much of hollywood).
Good luck on your newadventure.
Lee McDaniel

At 11:54 PM, Blogger Karensky said...

Sooni, nice post! Regarding the intellectual singer Celine Dion one glaring fact comes to mind with her criticism of President George Bush. Celine is a Canadian of French dissent. As far as her opinion on anything related to the USA my immediate response would be similar but less polite than yours. Merely, thanks Celine now shut the **** up or please relocate to your native land.

At 11:54 PM, Blogger wxjames said...

Welcome Sooni. Ms. Dion can sing, but that does not mean she has a brain.
Believe me when I say that the Bush administration is doing just fine in Iraq and even better in the USA. The attacks against him are because his political enemies are frustrated by his sucess as measured by the progress in Iraq and they are trying to claim that Bush's attention to Iraq made it possible for a disaster in the USA. Time will reveal that that very political enemy is responsible for the problems in the USA resulting from the hurricane. Not to worry, Americans are well informed and we don't throw our leaders away just because the defeated are allowed to complain.

At 12:32 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Sooni,
Did you see the video of her Sooni? I hate to say, but I thought it was comical. It seemed like a singer, trying to be an actress, and she had not eaten in days herself.

I can tell you what went wrong! There was a Hurricane and the dam broke. A big huge natural disaster.
What does Iraq or President Bush have to do with that? Nothing

Good to see your new blog. I will keep an eye on you.

At 12:33 AM, Anonymous tyler said...

Sooni, glad to see you. Just added you to my blogroll, hopefully I can send a bit of traffic your way.

You alone could sway the view points of many Americans. They won't listen to me because I'm American also. Outside voices are key.


At 12:55 AM, Blogger AverageAmerican said...

Some people believe that celebrities have some superior capacity to understand events and situations better than our elected officials or the people that are experiencing the events they are called upon to speak about. I believe that the opposite is true.

Celebrities are cushioned and protected from the real life that you and I must experience on a daily basis. This does not mean that they are not familiar with the strains of living a more open life or the Paparazzi and the like. However, their worries and needs are not mine nor are they the worries or needs of the people I know, work with or call friends.

So how can they speak for me or anyone I know or love. They don’t and they can’t.

Do I or anyone I know have absolute faith in George Bush, absolutely not. However, I do believe that he is doing the will of the majority of Americans and all freedom loving people of the world when it comes to our goals and ambitions in Iraq and elsewhere.

There are those that say that a democratic Iraq or a democratic Arab is not possible. They say that you don’t want this and couldn’t handle it if it is given to you. I say those people are either naive or are downright racists. The naïve can be educated and the racists must be exposed for what they are.

America was not ready for democracy in 1776, but after Brittan let us go we had no choice but to do the best we could. We almost destroyed the ‘great experiment’ in the 1860’s but somehow we survived. What does not kill you will make you stronger.

Iraq will be a success, not because America says so but because Iraq says so and with America’s help it is happening.

At 12:57 AM, Anonymous Lenore said...

Nice to meet you Sooni, good to hear from you. Could you imagine yourself blogging three years ago? Welcome to the world outside Iraq. Good luck on your blog. I can tell by your words you are not a fan of President Bush.

At 1:07 AM, Anonymous Celine Dion said...


I am a left leaning liberal idiot. I thought you knew that.



At 1:52 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for giving us a new voice from Iraq. Most Americans are with you guys. Keep us posted and don't let people like Celine get you down. The cost of freedom soemtimes is also suffering fools.

At 1:57 AM, Anonymous MerriKaye said...

Sooni - we've got a lot of people over here who speak out of emotion based on what they see. If they thought even one bit they would remember that it is good to wait to get the actual facts of the matter. When you go on emotion you are very likely to be shown foolish. Things are often not what they appear. There's a saying, "Remain silent and men may think you a fool. Open your mouth and prove them right." Yes, singing would be better.

At 3:16 AM, Anonymous Peter-Australia said...

Welcome to the blogosphere!

I don't mind if celebrities talk about politics as every person should have the right to but it is when they come up with idiotic comments with no basis in fact that I get tired of them.
Advice to celebrities; speak your mind but try and make it an informed debate not just a time to spew venom.

At 3:32 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

She is a Canadian, and they typically are very anti-American and anti-Bush, though they enjoy the economic and security benefits of their neighborhood. Some would consider it a "free rider" problem...

At 3:35 AM, Blogger Pat in NC said...

Sooni, Welcome! It is always good to read a thoughtful blog from Iraq. ITM has been a source of information and the view of at least some Iraqis that our MSM fails to give us. Iraq has many, many friends in the USA and our hopes are always that Iraq will rise as a leading democratic nation and that its peoples suffering will cease. I hope time allows you to post frequently.

At 3:44 AM, Blogger Junker said...

Welcome to the blogging world. I pleases me immensly to see new Iraqi blogger popping up.

Celine is a native of my country, and I'm all to familiar with her 'blondness'. She's an incredibly skilled singer, and like you said, she should stick to that.

At 4:03 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great post, but understand, she is not a citizen of the United States.
Jon not John

At 4:14 AM, Anonymous SteveM said...

thanks for starting your blog sooni
keep going and don't let any crazy, or insulting comments discourage you.

every worthwhile blog gets them


At 5:01 AM, Blogger Charles said...

Hi Sooni,

Best wishes to you from NH, USA.

Things sound pretty awful over there. Can you claim any improvements? Security? I heard Baghdad lost water again die to sabotage.

Its always grerat to hear real stories about what is going on.

Good luck!

At 5:02 AM, Blogger Pebble said...


So happy to have another Iraqi blogger.

Love your post... I think people say things they regret in a time of turmoil and grief.

At 5:12 AM, Blogger Reconstructivist said...

Sooni- I welcome your blog and based on this post I will be visiting often. Please keep us informed - I'm very interested in how things are for you from your perspective. Also, if there is anything I can help you with please do not hesitate to contact me.


At 5:29 AM, Anonymous jamar1958 said...

Welcome, Sooni...I am looking forward to hearing the real truth...something we don't always get from our news media.
Jamar1958 - USA

At 5:45 AM, Blogger dcat said...

Hi Sooni!

I just wrote about situations under a picture today.

I'm very emotional right now. I have you on my blogroll :)

At 5:45 AM, Blogger newc said...

WE said all of this before. Most of us really DO care for you, period.

They may bomb every day, but GOD is on YOUR side.

At 6:14 AM, Anonymous stehpinkeln said...

It is possible to be talented and still have the IQ of a bowl of oatmeal. My favorite example is Elton John. A gifted person who has an actual IQ (74, IIRC) slightly higher then a chimp or dog. Dion appears to be in the same boat. Better teats though.

At 6:41 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congratulations on your new blog, Sooni. I look forward to reading your accounts of what life is really like in Iraq these days, both good and bad. Unfortunately, our news media over here have an agenda that they want to promote, and as a result we rarely get the full story from Iraq, only the bad news.

As for Celine Dion, for some reason entertainers in the West seem to feel that their access to a microphone automatically makes them experts on foreign policy. As such, many feel compelled to offer up their inane opinions at every opportunity. Celine Dion and The Dixie Chicks should stick to singing. Susan Sarandon & Tim Robbins should stick to acting. And Michael Moore should simply swallow poison.

At 6:55 AM, Blogger Louise said...

Sooni, check this out. Even if you don't understand French, it's sweet to know that a Quebec radio program blasted her for her silly tirade.

At 8:22 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello Sooni,

Glad to see another Iraqi voice. I hope you will be able to present us with a side of life in Iraq that our media doesn't show us.

I wish you the best.

At 9:19 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The most important thing you can do is tell the truth about what is
happening in Iraq.

We are all hoping for a much faster healing process between
the new government and those who
held authority in Saddams time
so that the Iraqi - Iraqi killing
will stop and all security forces
can be directed against Zarqawi.

If the Americans can leave quicker
then expected we can use the money saved for our new domestic tragedy.

Investigations will be conducted
to find out how the money provided
to prevent flooding was spent ...

The people of Iraq can use this tragedy to demand the end to greed
corruption, and mis-management
of the governments money.

People must realize that our former President Bill Clinton
was in office for 8 years and his
administration did NOT rebuild
the New Orleans flood control system and He did NOT dismantle
Al-Queda either ... its easy to blame after the fact ...
much much harder to take action
and commit resources ahead of time

At 9:28 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


You say that most of those killed are killed by the terrorists not the americans. How dow you know? The americans never tell us how many iraqis they kill. The iraqi "government" never tells us. So how do you know? Do you have some stats or are you yet another propagandist who is on the CIA payroll.

At 9:36 AM, Anonymous RG said...

It was Celine Deone's music that Gitmo interrogators used to break down terrorists during interrogations.


At 11:49 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Celine trashed whatever little intellectual credibility she had when she went on Larry King Live. I am a huge fan of hers, and have been before anyone ever heard of here in the USA. However, she better stick to crooning other people's lyrics and not resort to shouting out her own... she may have inadvertantly harmed her Vegas career.

At 11:57 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am an American who reads Iraq The Model every week. I read your post on Celine Dion and was appreciative of your critique of her ridiculous diatribe, but a bit annoyed by a lack of respect for our President. I don't think you need me to tell you that you would be on your way to have your eyes gouged out if Mr Bush hadn't overthrown your president, Mr Hussein. So, best to keep your particular criticisms of him to yourself for a long time to come. I am sure Americans are ignorant of many of the things we have done improperly over there, but keep the big picture before you... without Bush, you'd be nobody to us.

At 12:36 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Speak up Sooni. If you're angry with Bush, Dion or Santa Claus - let it rip man.

It's tough for us Americans to get a sense of what Iraqis are thinking. It's the Iraqi blogs that seem to provide the best information. For whatever reason, American media can't dig up any stories outside of the Green Zone - and not much more than just what the military tells them. Oops, the military briefings include updates on schools, hospitals, colleges, and the IDF stand-up... So I guess the American media is somehow incapable of even reporting what has been reported to them - unless somebody died. Nope that's not right either... change that to "unless somebody died a firery bloody death". Apparently they're also incapable of finding Iraqis to do the reporting.

So the best way we have to find out about what's going on in Iraq is to hear from Iraqis. (and Major K... and Michael Yon...)

So preach on Brother Sooni. Let us know what you're thinking. How's life? Getting any? What's up with these arhabi rats?

Thanks for posting.

At 12:43 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

... and as for people giving you grief about "showing respect to our President"... That's the great thing about free speech, you can say "I think that guy is a prick" and it's perfectly ok. It'd help your own credibility if you back the assertion up - but I'm proud to be an American - proud of my country (mostly) - and proud that I am free to say "George W. Bush is dumb as a rope ashat and a zealot to boot."

At 4:10 PM, Anonymous Earl, Temple, TX said...

Good work Sooni. Just speak your mind and those of us out here will listen, filter, and be better informed.

At 4:14 PM, Anonymous raptor said...

Welcome to the Blog world,Sooni.ITM and coffee are part of my daily morning ritual,I will glady add you to the list.Don't worry about your English,your doing fine.I'm a 48 year-old American and"my Englis ain't so good".I would like to invite you to,you will find many friends there.AS was said speaking your mind is what Freedom is all about.

At 4:54 PM, Blogger Victoria said...

Welcome! On ITM's recommendation I checked you out and like what I see.

Keep it up.

At 5:13 PM, Blogger Dunerati said...

lol two posts and you've got more visitors than I've had in two months :) congratulations and I have added you to my favorites.. hopefully you'll be able to tell celine dion that someday.. too bad a lot of actor and famous types all think we pay them for their opinions.. no we pay you to look good and sing. PERIOD!

stay safe,

At 5:24 PM, Blogger Terri said...

Welcome Sooni! Thanks for posting. The more actual people there who post, the better we are informed over here. Thanks for keeping it and Celine honest too!

At 7:06 PM, Anonymous Zenek said...

It's refreshing to read your new blog. I encourage you to continue.
Your point of view is interesting and is appreciated.


At 9:05 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wish the feeders of the Kool-Aid crowd would shut up! And the Kool-Aid crowd would read more than USA and the New York times...and stop there subscriptions to People. They should read the blogs of this person to find out what is really happening in Iraq. Stop blaming everything on President Bush he has done somethings right. President Clinton was not the best and look at President Carter and President Kennedy..oh god forbid I said soemthing against Kennedy...ask the Cubans who have been in Miami for 50 years and will never see their country again about him...and mention Elian to them!

At 9:24 PM, Blogger Kat said...

Hey, Sooni! Hi from Vancouver, Canada. It's too bad that talented but otherwise brainless celebrities get so much more air-time and media coverage for their emotional bleating than critical thinkers do for their insightful blogging. When someone like Celine Dion unleashes a torrent of emotional sewage the way she did, it makes me embarrassed to be a Canadian, a white person, even a woman, I just want to be so UNLIKE her. ;-) Looking forward to more of you in the blogosphere. Cheers.

At 9:27 PM, Anonymous oldjack said...

...we have to remember that these hollywood types are pretend people. they sing a song well,and if you put a script in their hand, that someone else wrote, they might sound wise.
Otherwise hollywood lefties are shallow, pretentious, and without a moral base. If they have "good intentions" that is all that is necessary, no matter the disasterous result.

At 9:54 PM, Anonymous Kilgore Trout said...

Just discovered this blog by accident. Why are all the responses from rightwing Bush supporters in the US? Did this pro-American Iraq-based blog (if it's legit) get hoisted up on some pedestal in an Ann Coulter column as evidence that W's bungling is, indeed, dandy? Do neocons lack the part of the brain that visualizes how something can be done better than the way it is done presently?

At 10:01 PM, Blogger Lynn B. said...

Hi Sooni!! Glad to see you here. I enjoyed reading your post and look forward to many more!!

Best regards,

At 10:13 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Us "neocons" (your favorite term, and I have no clue what it even means) know full well that the Iraq effort has been loaded with errors and miscalculations. And SO WHAT?? We could have dithered around for another 2-5 years and done nothing, and free men like Sooni would be dead, or close. If you neolibs had a better plan, why didn't you do it when you had Clinton and a liberal Senate? You are pointless, selfish, and most of all hypopcritical. Thank you Sooni for proving my point JUST by being here.

At 10:15 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Brovo sooni

At 10:25 PM, Anonymous Jolly Roger said...

At 10:34 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great first post. Although I do agree with Bush, not totally, I like to hear from every angle of opinions. I think a lot of people are uninformed about a lot of things going on with the world. That is their own stupidity. Not that I know and understand everything but I keep my mouth shut until I am 100% sure about what I am saying. I will be sure to stop back and keep an update on your site. I will leave my address when I get my new one is in the works. Great to hear from you! Ashley in Illinois, USA

At 10:35 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Much apologies for misspelling your name :(. Sorry!

At 10:58 PM, Blogger Leap Frog said...

Hello Sooni, A hearty Welcome to the blogsphere, hope we'll see more of you thoughts and words.

Yes, Celin Dion did made a fool of herself, didn't she? And just a quick note, she is French Canadian, not a Canadian of french decent, sheesh, my American amigos mess this up all the time. ;)

So, now she's a small-town Quebec girl who made it big in hollywood, with a nice voice and fixed teeth.
ooooh, la la ! You'd love the roasting she's getting here. hee hee

Seems one needs to filter all media sources with your salt shaker handy, because they ALL want to be like hollywood and be - oh so 'provocative'.

IMHO I don't think people in general are grasping the enormity of the devastation caused from this storm, or showing the appreciation for those who are doing the right thing in this horrendous situation.

With kind regards Sooni,

At 11:20 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

According to the moonbats, US is reponsible for 6000 - 8000 innocent deaths, in the process of liberating the country and its cities. This is only a fraction of what Saddam used to kill in 6 months, in a bad year.

And then compare this to 22,000 killed by the "freedom fighters".

I say lets send Celine to Qaim where her friend Zarqawi has taken over. They just executed a woman for not wearing the veil over there.

At 3:18 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Sonni and welcome.
It's much more important to me what you have to say, then what Celine Dion has to say. She's as free to be as stupid as she wants.

Looking forward to reading more posts.

TaSS New York

At 3:41 AM, Anonymous ral173 said...

People often exxaagggerrrattte when they take a position, voice an opinion, choose sides, etc.

Now that Iraq is forming a Democracy, you will have to get used to it.

You will be seeing a cacophany of opinions and versions of events now, not just the official version.

Have fun with your blog, and either ignore or view with amusement the extremists (of any stripe) who will leave comments here.

At 4:53 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was feeling guilty for calling Celine Dion stupid, not that it matters to her but it does to me. I am sure she means well. She is just misguided. I think most, not all, but most, really do want the best for Iraq. We just disagree on what that is.
Wishing you the best,
TaSS New York, USA

At 5:17 AM, Blogger Debris Trail said...

Welcome to blogging Sooni! We will be looking forward to your posts. I'm a blogger from Canada, and read Iraq the Model all of the time. I'll be sure to stop by here often. Good Luck!

At 6:28 AM, Blogger 1flpete said...

Hi, and welcome to the world of blogs, they have opened the world for me. Please don't let the negitiveity get to you,whether from the news(MSM) or from comments. We value freedom of speach,but we don't have to believe everything thats said.Good luck to you in this new adventure. Pete

At 8:12 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


It will be great to read your comments!

While I love her singing, now every time I hear her, I will not enjoy it as I use to as I will be thinking of her stupid

Neil C. Reinhardt


At 8:52 AM, Blogger jj mollo said...

Don't let it bother you Sooni. Think of her and any number of other artists as "conceptual thinkers". They know that getting killed is bad. They just can't tell the difference between a hundred and a million.

The kings of olden Europe used to keep such artists on their personal staff. They could sing, dance, juggle and tell jokes. They were called court jesters. They were also called another name.

At 9:15 AM, Anonymous Adam in CA said...


I certainly can't say I support the Bush War, but I do hope our Army can get out of Iraq and Korea real soon and come home. I pray for your safety, though, knowing that when we do leave it'll be a little more dangerous for a while.

At 9:59 AM, Anonymous Marion said...


I like to see another blog from Iraq. I have a much better understanding of your culture and am impressed by the quality of essays from there.

Since I never pay any attention to the opinions of entertainers, it does not concern me when they say anything. They are totally unqualified to comment on anything, but the press loves them.


At 10:08 AM, Blogger texasbunch said...

I know I am late in saying this, but welcome to the world of blogging! I heard about your blog on ITM and thought I would check it out.
I find your postings to be well thought out, and you get to the point! Good work.
Please stop by my nomepage from time to time as I try to get out the good news comming out of Iraq.
Thomas <><

At 11:12 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

wxjames: Believe me when I say that the Bush administration is doing just fine in Iraq

Oh yeah!! Hallelujah!

At 11:17 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

stehpinkeln: It is possible to be talented and still have the IQ of a bowl of oatmeal

It is also possible to be rightwing and still have the IQ of a bowl of oatmeal. It may perhaps be mandatory.

At 1:30 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

طيح الله حظك

At 5:18 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, Sooni,

They heard.

Just sing the song


At 7:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good words, thank you from an American who believes you have a right to freedom and is proud to help you achieve it. We have a saying, "Shut up and Sing" thanks to she wrote the book.
Dennis in Virginia

At 8:05 PM, Blogger Mister Ghost said...

I thought you were holed up in New York with Woody Allen?
And now you're in Iraq.
Damn, you get around.

At 8:06 PM, Blogger Mister Ghost said...

Never mind, it's Soon Yi that's with Allen.

At 10:40 PM, Anonymous Steve said...

Hello Sooni,

Can you inform us how many relatives and friends of you were killed since the removal of Saddam?

At 12:53 AM, Blogger Anonybreeze said...

Poor Celine, she's getting rotten eggs thrown at her from all sides for a really bad performance. She should just stick to singing (but no funny-looking dance movements, please), just singing, which she does very well. Anyway, here's one more jeer from her fellow Canadian.

The references to Oprah made me cringe a bit, because there's a lot of truth to it. I try to see the best side of Oprah, because she does a lot of good for worthy humanitarian causes, but sometimes I question her priorities, like … spending one million dollars for a wedding and just one couple. It boggles the mind.

At 6:52 AM, Blogger Esther said...

Great first post and welcome to blogging! Let me echo the many voices thanking you for blogging and giving us info that we can't get from our main stream media. Enjoy the freedom -- it inspires the rest of us.

At 8:58 AM, Anonymous Scott from Oregon said...

Welcome Sooni, come on in! The water is fine!!

At 4:27 PM, Anonymous flemming jespersen said...

Celine Dion is from French Canada, where anti-Americanism is a way of defining the national identity for goodness sake.

All week the state run television network CBC has been promoting Michael Moore’s film as a way to celebrate 911,

Now that you all knows what my tax dollars go towards, you are warned.

Good Luck to you all.

At 5:40 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello all, I am ‘an american’ and I got banned over at ITM by the monitor. He/she has some angst against my flawless conservative perspective. I think they might just be blowing smoke up our asses while our boys are getting killed. I’m afraid and sorry to say, Omar and Mohammed may think American conservatives are a bunch of dumb shit infidels who they can use as tools.

At 5:41 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

i would love to hear about what is going on in iraq. i read michael yons blog all the time. he's mostly in mosul and writes amazing stuff. looking forward to yours. freedom isnt easy and it definately isnt free. but now you have a chance...take it and run as far as you can and show the world that it can be done. i believe that almost 600,000 americans killed in our civil war to free people from slavery and nearly 500,000 in world war 2 to free the world from hitler ( who killed approximately 6,000,000 jews). take care,


At 11:08 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


At 7:39 AM, Blogger sharp said...

Great piece and illustrates the reason I avoid interviews with artists whose work I enjoy.

Good luck with your blog.

At 5:31 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


Welcome to blogging!

Celine has a good voice, but she has the intelligence of a turnip. You can tell from the vocal style she uses, that she is a creature of her producers. She doesn't write or arrange her songs, and it's just as likely that any political "opinions" she spouts are written out for her by her handlers.

At 7:47 PM, Blogger D.C. said...

What a fun post and amuzing comment section!
Celine, Celine.
Great control of her voice, amazing sense of discipline in her work, but little understanding of the world beyond that, like many artists, I am afraid to say. Her songs are pretty but are they deep?

As you know, Sooni, I am a French Quebec-Candian artist so I have been in this turnip soup! ; -)

" Celine Dion is from French Canada, where anti-Americanism is a way of defining the national identity for goodness sake."

We could say... "where anti-Anglos is the way!"
Collective hatred is the glue of choice in a crumbling and self hatred miserable society.
Quebecers remind me of the Palestinians in their blaming of others for their tragedies.

Thanks for your fun post!
Although our history of hardship does not come close to theirs, the attitudes have the same roots in human hearts, moral corruption.

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At 4:03 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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And I read on this blog that French Canadian or Canadian are anti amrerican! What ? I'm a liitle bit upset to read that. Some people are, probably, but you can't make a long story short! You just can't make generalizations! Every people is different and has different opinions!

At 12:15 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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