Friday, May 06, 2011

Vogue listens to Madame Arcati and removes Asma al-Assad interview

US Vogue has removed its shameful interview with Syrian first lady Asma al-Assad from its website after my April 26 post drawing attention to its continued online presence. Since the indentured guttersnipes of the press had forgotten all about this I thought I should say something. Why the piece remained up as the Syrian government kills and tortures its restive people is a complete mystery.

Somebody's finger is not on the global pulse at Conde Nast. The magazine should now remind itself who thought it was good idea to run the fawning piece of tripe on the glamorous Eva Braun of Syria.

7 comments:

the late Nostradamus said...

Even after you disappeared into an alternative reality the publishers trembled. You are all powerfull !

Madame Arcati said...

Even my own obscurity gives me goose bumps. I cannot find peace even in oblivion, unlike Osama.

Precious Self-Lubrication said...

I can't understand why you are so obsessed with American Vogue. It's just a fucking fashion mag edited by a skeleton in shades, or two skeletons if you include Grace. Vogue doesn't matter. History will not remember it beyond its latest issue. Think on, bitch.

Anonymous said...

I very much doubt Vogue even saw your piffling little post, Madame. Go die.

Madame Arcati said...

Oh, I almost forgot... https://secure.avaaz.org/en/syria_stand_with_the_protesters_2/?cl=1051817310&v=9027

Anonymous said...

Just a moment please. No one knows for sure what is happening in Syria because the Western press is notoriously deficient in its "reporting" preferring to follow the government line. The CIA, MI6 and Mossad are suspects in the violence taking place in Syria today and perhaps are practicing their age old arts of covert ops, destabilization and regime change. If so it is not
Bashir al Assad or his wife Arcati who should be unceremoniously silenced.

Madame Arcati said...

It's odd that Syria bans western hacks - why would that be?

And who are you?

While you ponder - something to read: http://mail.aol.com/35478-111/aol-6/en-gb/Suite.aspx