The first step towards a peaceful democratic revolution in Syria might just be as easy as staying home for a day.
Indeed, what if the entire country had the flu on May 27, 2007, and no one managed to leave home to take part in the presidential referendum? Wouldn’t that be something? Wouldn’t that be a logical extension of earlier poplar boycott of the parliamentary elections?
Could there ever be an easier expression of patriotism than developing a case of the flu on a certain given day?
Indeed, let’s make May 27, 2007 our National Flu Day in Syria. Let us by willingly succumbing to one group of hypothetical germs willfully combat the oppression and corruption of a real group of perennial germs.
On May 27, let the campaign for our freedom begin.
More ideas to come. Suggestions welcome.
And don’t to follow our reporting on Syrian Elector.