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هو ان الاشوري لا يلفظ الفاظ بذيئة  وتلك ميزة وصفة اصيلة يتحلى بها الانسان الاشوري

نعم هناك مشكلة تواجة الخيرين من ابناء الامة الاشورية من مختلف الكنائس التي يتوزعون عليها 

وعلى هؤلاء الخيرين ان لا يرضخوا لرغبات الانفصاليين والانعزالين والمصابين بعقد  زرعتها   الكنائس الاجنبية 

علينا ان نقول الحقيقة كاملة مهما كان الثمن

لاننا اذا تجاوزنا الحقيقة فاننا نتجاوز على التاريخ

لذلك اكرر القول  لسيادتك بان الرجوع الى نبعك الاشوري  سيجلب   خلاص روحي وانساني وقومي ووطني لك وللاخرين الذين وقعوا في مصيدة الكنائس الاجنبية

Mr. Amir Almaleh المشرف العام of Ankawa.com,

Thank you for reveling your true colors at last, I gathered from the above statements you made that all along you were deceptive to all the Chaldeans that wrote in this site, now you came out and implied in so many words the fact that you are Assyrian.

I always had my doubts, but when I asked people, they told me that Ankawa was a Chaldean village, and its people consider themselves Chaldeans.

This is why I participated, had I known that this was an Assyrian bias site, I would have never joined.

Don’t lie and hid what you believe in again, be true to yourself.

Enjoy your Assyrian writers who don’t know their left from their right, maybe you can help each other in raising Assyria together in your dreams

Good bye from Youhunna the Chaldean.

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المنبر السياسي / رد: (توضيح مهم)
« في: 00:23 20/08/2005  »
Mr. Mahir,

As I said it was a reminderof how not to lose site of objectivity and respect to our brothers in this forum. We don’t need to answer with emotions, we need to be objective, and insults don’t work as you already know.

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المنبر السياسي / رد: (توضيح مهم)
« في: 23:41 19/08/2005  »
Mr. Mahir,

  and I capitalized on it because of your tasteless“نصيحة من اخ صغير”You said
proverb

Children say things like that and I know you are not a child! Therefore, it was a reminder.

Tell me what is happening around me that I am not aware of? Get me out of the dark!

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To Ankawa.com,
Thank you for responding finally, I understand you may over-rule any comments or suggestions presented by members; however, I like to say that I categorically disagree with your explanations because I read the article and did not see any deviation from the rules set forth by you. 

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المنبر السياسي / رد: (توضيح مهم)
« في: 22:24 19/08/2005  »
Yes Mr. Mahir,
But remember when you state a proverb, it is seen as a measurement of your character and a reflection of your personality; besides, it is against the rules of Ankawa.com because it is adjectively descriptive in a disrespectful manner. Unlike Mr. Keldany Babily’s proverb which was simply telling you that you are unaware of what is happening around you. 

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لطائفة المنجمين الكلدان من دور في سقوط نينوى .

The Chaldean did not play a role in sacking Nineveh; they actually sacked her into oblivion.

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Emad yelda,

We asked ANKAWA.COM’s administration to give us a few explanations as to why they are targeting certain individual’s articles.

We all read and saw  the contents of the article and that is why we were asking Ankawa, you come along and tell us to read the article because you understood it differently? Who are you? I don’t value you judgment at all because you are bias and threatened by good writers.

Keep your reasons and comments to yourself, only answer when asked; and since this was a specific matter that had to do with ANKAWA management’s response, your intervention is and will not be needed.

youhunna@yahoo.co.uk

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أنا آشوري شوفيني طائفي متعصّب - ومؤسس الأمة الآشورية هو ويغرام
Dear Ashur Giwargis,

I must commend you on your courage to admit the truth as you did above.
Nothing makes a man more powerful than admitting the truth.



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Yousip Enwiya,

If telling the truth is poison, then so be it, at least I don’t hide behind the curtains of unity like you while everyone knows you are against every Chaldean. You need to open your eyes wider so you can see the real truth, not the shallow encapsulated truth that you believe in.

youhunna@yahoo.co.uk

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To Ankawa.com administration,

I also would like to express my view about the way you’re targeting one person’s articles and neglecting other articles that ought to be removed. Is this a double standard? What exactly is the meaning of such actions? You have stated your rules of writing engagement on this site yet in my opinion you don’t know how to apply them. You have people writing at a low level using swear words left and right and tasteless adjectives, somehow their trash remains unscreened and ultimately there to stay.

Who does the screening? Is this individual bias or neutral as he should be? Can you honestly tell the readers why are you removing Mr. Mardo’s articles? Can you actually apply your rules and post the reasons so we can all see why. What kind of non-sense is this?

Most of us are truly trying to make this site clean and objectively progressive with our contributions, what will happen if you were to anger all the good writers? The site will become nothing more than mediocre at best.

If it is threats you’re receiving from certain individuals or perhaps requests from some cry babies and primadonnas who are unable to handle the truth enclosed in certain articles, then this is a problem you have to deal with as a site! Simply don’t accommodate any individual requesting the removal of someone else’s articles; after all, you are not there to do anyone any favors.   

Remember, it is very easy to start a website especially in the U.S. and the U.K. but many chose to stay with what is available in order to solidify it and make it more established instead of having many websites. But if people are unhappy because they are being targeted and treated unfairly, they might just leave the site and join a new one.

P.S. Don’t remove the above because it very well agrees with your own rules.

youhunna@yahoo.co.uk

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Gilgamesh was a historical king of Uruk in Babylonia!
What happened, did he return as an Assyrian?

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Yousip Enwiya

I am getting used to seeing your short paragraphs (All in capital letters) that essentially call for our unity, however, I think you really want the name Assyrian but at the same time you know that this name is not a true representation of our people since there is no link between the vanished Assyrian empire and the Wigramian Assyrians. You have a problem with the Kurds- the Medeans who destroyed Assyria; you know they don’t believe in the name Assyria as a true name because they too are aware of its illegitimacy since they were in the region a hundred years ago perhaps watching the English missionaries fooling your forefathers.

What do you propose? You think you can defeat the Kurds? Were you ever able to historically? The Kurds are not the problem really; it is the few brainwashed that call themselves Assyrians despite knowing the fact that they are in fact Chaldeans that lived in the mountains. Now we are facing a dilemma because they are still considered our brothers, what do we do? Disown, renounce, or reject our own people? This is why we should all look for those few from this minority who are stirring up and perpetuating this issue simply because they have too much self-pride to admit being wrong.     
youhunna@yahoo.co.uk

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“لاننا ان كنا اشوريين او كلدان او سريان فان ايماننا بالمسيح والكنيسة شيء ثابت”.

The Above statement is true only for the Chaldeans and the Syriannes but not the Athouraye (Assyrians)! They are taught from childhood, to put Ashur before God and before anything else. Their priests and clergymen do the same as well because they have the same childhood brainwashing; they only use Christianity as a shield So that they don’t come out right and say who they really think is their God.

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I don’t think this article should have been posted in the political forum but in the free forum instead. You see, there are zero responses to your article because it is in the wrong place!

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   جـمـيــل روفـائـيـــــل

How is it that you are writing without using any references, your article represents a mere historical fabrications based on opinions and analysis of a psychologically and physiologically challenged individual. Nothing whatsoever reflects the truth in this article; there are no dates, but a number of inaccuracies resting on your extrapolations and desperate conclusions of events that can’t be farther from the truth. I wonder if you’re trying to impress your peers! Is it a low self esteem problem that you have to work on by writing jargons that are only suitable to those with weak minds and limited thinking ability who keep clinging on to a thread of false hope to have something without working for it? This is a case of trying to create something out of nothing.
Youhunna
Manchester, UK

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ارقى واعظم امبراطورية عرفها التإريخ وهي الأمبراطورية الأشورية

Are you sure about that? Do you want to bet? I am ready to bet you and all the so-called Assyrians any thing you want money, possessions, etc…  Let’s ask any one in the world, check any reference available and if your statement above is correct, then I will support you 100% and keep my mouth shut, but if it is not, then you will apologize to those who you try to insult with your savage primitive words, and stitch your lips permanently closed to prevent further such excrementitiously foul smelling and uneducated words that come out of your stoma.

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Eissara
The branch you’re referring to is known to be 10 times larger! Why 10 times you might ask? Well, look at the figures, those who call themselves Assyrians are about 80,000 only which are 1 tenth of 800,000 Chaldeans. So my friend, if a branch that formed 90% of a tree came off, the 10% stem can never function even though it is still stuck in the soil, it can’t bear any fruit and it is weak, existing for a while where death is its ultimate consequence. Subsequently, the 90% branch with all the fruit and minerals necessary to grow and flourish is only in need of a fertile land no matter where it is on God’s earth. This is to answer your theory of no branch is bigger than a tree.

Based on your and many other’s strange beliefs of Chaldean being a denomination that belongs to the Roman Catholic Church I can’t help but to run into two dilemmas one- the chaldeans are the only nationality in this world with 2 denominations Catholic and Chaldean! And two- Since chaldean is only a denomination and never existed before as a nation; rather, it existed after the separation of the church of the east, then you are rewriting history and saying that the Chaldean empire never existed!

Who conquered the Assyrians, the Roman Catholic Church?  Who wasn’t completely annihilated and their descendants lived through stringent and crucial times because of their Christian faith? Now tell me please who is the desperate the conqueror or the conquered?

Absolutely and without a doubt- All today’s so-called Assyrians including their bishops, Patriarchs and clergymen put Assyria before Christianity; Ashour before Jesus Christ, there is no question about it. At the same time they try to hide under the shield of Christianity. Why not be honest and just declare Ashour as your God and end it, you’ve

exulted the name Ashur like the Nazi’s did with Hitler, although the comparison is exquisitely appropriate since there is a strange similarity between the two groups; however, that is a separate issue when time comes, we’ll talk about it in details. For

Now, we will just hint about it to let you know that no mater where you are in this world, no matter what you do, hide, manipulate, twist facts, etc…. it will never work because:
WE KNOW EVERTHING POSSIBLE ABOUT YOU 

We are Chaldeans, from Babylon and the conquered Nineve, and that is the truth- you may take it or leave it.  The British missionaries were not able to fool our grand fathers like they did to your grand fathers unfortunately a hundred years ago. 

Youhunna
Manchester, England

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إن استنتاجك من جوابي لا علاقة له بالتسمية، نعم لو اختلط آشورياً بالعرب لمدة مئات السنين وتقلد بتقاليدهم وتكلم  لغتهم لأصبح عربياً !  ولكن ما علاقة هذا بالتسمية ؟؟


Above is what Ashur Giwargis wrote in one of his replies, if this is the case, and you believe what you wrote then why is it so hard for you to understand that this is what happened with the remnant Assyrians who were spared and brought to Babylon after the complete conquer of Assyria?


Youhunna

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There is no Assyrian nation and there will never be one. Less than 80,000 will never be able to start a country and a nation especially when they can’t see reality and when the driving factor and motivation is a blind foolish obstinacy and inflexibility guiding their cause like a progressively dimming and ultimately vanishing light. This century old dream that was planted by force and deception in some primitive and unfortunately thence naïve bystanders is unrealistic and perusing such a dream that is based and built on false premises and despite is actually quite dangerous because it ultimately turns into a nightmare.  This is what I have been talking about al along earlier in many of my replies about typical Assyrians drinking at night and raising Assyria from the dead! Soon after waking up the next morning, the grim reality is staring in their face.  This is a great example- Just an article that was not even written by one of them; rather, it was as usual- a selective cut and paste that convinced many of the half brains who are clinging by the skin of their teeth to such a false hope knowing fully well that the end of this stubborn and unnecessary run will eventually come to a swift halt when they face the great wall of disappointment after they crash and burn.  I feel empathy for those lost soles especially when I read their praising comments to one another like a bunch of children having a little boy’s game among them because they can’t hack it on their own at a different level in a different arena. I know no one pays them any attention because the majority sees what I see which is basically no hope for what they are clinging to- much to their chagrins.

Youhunna

Chaldean Babylonian

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Terry Toraya,

Once before a gentleman by name Ashur Malko asked me about writing in English instead of Arabic, My answer is I can’t compose as well in Arabic, I can read it and understand the contents of any article, but writing in Arabic will take me a long time and I am not sure how it will turn out. It is not a matter of showing off or belittling others at all; it is simply the language I use for communication. If we were to speak to one another verbally, then I can speak Surath. I hope this answers your question.

Youhunna
Manchester, England

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Adam1966,

This is what your Assyrian patriarch said: البطريرك زكا عيواص:
 "نحن شعب عربي واحد.. لنرفع راية العروبة عالياً"


That makes you and every Assyrian Arabs.

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Nahrina

Your comments should have been directed mostly towards Terry toraya’s reply. It is the Assyrians who put the name Ashur before God, in fact for some, Ashur is their true God, not Jesus Christ, yet they claim to be Christians! Many Assyrians thought and still think every famous person in this world has an Assyrian background, I’ll give you examples; in the seventies, it was Paul Anka (American singer) suddenly had Assyrian roots, it turned out he was ¾ American Indian and ¼ European mixes; in the eighties, it was Steven Seagal (An Actor) who was ordained Assyrian by many Assyrians in Chicago; in the Nineties it was Andre Agassi, tennis player, in fact, a group of Assyrian went to his estate to talk to him, but they were rejected at the gate by his guards after he said he had no idea who those people were; finally, Michael Jordan suddenly became Assyrian when he played for the Chicago Bulls Basket Ball team, I have no comment on that!

I wouldn’t be surprised if someone like Terry Toraya tries to make Jesus Christ an Assyrian; he might even make Moses and Mohammed Assyrians if needs be.

The article is nice actually, it was a discussion not a war, but as usual, the replies from the Assyrians are always swift, emotional, irrational, and wrong.

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Mr. Terry, the mountain man, I am convinced that you either haven’t read anything written carefully or you just turn the deaf ear towards the truth if it doesn’t suit you and your drinking bodies. I think the term parakeet is appropriate because you all absolutely hear and repeat, you don’t investigate, if you were to research something which is rare, you don’t do it with an open mind and spend enough time because you are in a hurry due to the fear of discovering that you may be wrong, so instead of being truthful to yourselves you would rather ignore all the facts and keep on repeating fabricated history and ideas that you may think it to be profound. Why be a follower when you know well what you are following has no bases historically, why not be brave and search the real truth and stop listening to idiots and stubborn mules that keep repeating things they inherited a hundred years ago and still haven’t and will never accomplish their goals because they are built on false premises and are at the expense of the poor and uneducated segment of the people. That is right, those who are brainwashed by a bunch of nobodies; tyrants basically, who would rather keep these people miserable and in the dark just as long their positions and stupid political agendas survive for a while.  Come on people, wise up, think Babylon of the Chaldeans, Assyria is a microorganism when compared to Babylon. 

Youhunna
Manchester, England

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Nahrina,

If Chaldean is a denomination, what about Catholicism? Can they have two denominations? Do you even know what denomination means? Can a Methodist for example be a Pentecostal at the same time? 
You are the minority (< 80,000) and in no position to say we accept your name or not? You should keep your fingers crossed and hope that the majority 800,000 will accept the addition of a vanished name that you are clinging on to  


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Mr. Issam, Let me clarify what you said in your article so that the readers understand what you’re telling them. You are an Assyrian by nationality, Christian by religion, Chaldean by denomination and catholic by denomination! Which is the same as saying someone is Arabic by Nationality, Muslim by religion, Suni by denomination and Shia by denomination! Can anyone see how stupid this sounds? That is exactly what Issam is saying in the article, and to add insult to injury, this is after years of research in Lebanon. What a pity.

Youhunna

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