Saturday, December 31, 2016

OF COURSE IT"S DIFFERENT!



So while it is fine for the Useless Nations cabal to spend billions promoting Palestine, Hamas, Fatah, and terrorism in general, while at the same time facilitating the mass movement of members of a religious movement that I and many others regard as a spawning ground for mindless violence formulated in the Arabian desert one and a half millennia ago, little changed since apart from schisms  that perpetrate an obsession with killing maiming and genocidal tendencies, it seems emigration and attempted assimilation policies of the State of Israel is to be stamped out as sooo bad.

The Jewish people have been involved in Diaspora, prejudice, ghetoisation, condemnation and finally during the middle of last century attempted mass genocide since the time of the Crusades.
By 1948 remnants of European Jewry made moves to re-establish in their ancient tribal homelands and Arab opposition immediately set out on a task to end what Herr Schikelgruber had spectacularly taken to industrial level annihilation.

Now if translocating thousands of Somali Muslims and other racial, religious, and sectarian groups amongst liberal western democracies, when the relocated people reveal  very little desire to assimilate or  integrate is something to be applauded and supported why is it so terrible for Israel to settle Joos in 'conquered' lands.

Of course for some unfathomable reason Israel is targeted as really bad even though they have the only functioning democracy in the whole goddam mess that is the Middle East and even have Arabs sitting in their Knesset or Parliament with full democratically protected rights to speak and vote while the UNRWA sponsor terrorism in Gaza that has enormous amounts of aid money laughably described as "humanitarian", on weapons that deliver lethal destruction on the state of Israel on a daily basis.

9 comments:

David said...

So while it is fine for the Useless Nations cabal to spend billions promoting Palestine, Hamas, Fatah, and terrorism in general,

Evidence? No, of course not.

By 1948 remnants of European Jewry made moves to re-establish in their ancient tribal homelands and Arab opposition immediately set out on a task to end what Herr Schikelgruber had spectacularly taken to industrial level annihilation.

The Jewish terror attacks began long before 1948. The Jews who later emigrated were descendants of those who hadn't seen the Middle East in nearly a thousand years. The true "ancestral homelands" of Jews is Egypt, not "Israel".

History. How the fuck does that work?

Of course for some unfathomable reason Israel is targeted as really bad even though they have the only functioning democracy in the whole goddam mess that is the Middle East...

Because every nascent democratic move in other nations was immediate stamped out by the good ole boys of the USofA and their Zionist partners in crime.

Gaza is the world's largest open air concentration camp. The Jews learned their lessons well from Herr Schikelgruber.

The terrorist state of Israel has no right to exist in the Middle East. The Arabs and the Persians p[played no part in Herr Schikelgruber's crimes, in fact many offered shelter and sanctuary to Jews. Jews, Arabs, Kurds, Persians, all lived happily side by side until 1948. What changed?

The new state of Israel should have been created from vast swathes of Germany, Austria, and Poland, the three nations that did most harm to Jews and land far more suited to the urbanised Jews of Europe.

Anonymous said...

A post based on on media and internet perception without even having to leave the bunker. I met a Scotsman the other day who actually believed the 100% pure NZ adverts from a few years ago.

Lord Egbut

Anonymous said...

Sorry David, that slipped in between yours and the cut and paste from Dodger.

Lord Egbut

Angry Tory said...

even have Arabs sitting in their Knesset or Parliament with full democratically protected rights to speak and not

and there's the problem, plain and simple. Jews only have a majority in the Knesset because the "occupied territories" have not been annexed and the Palestinians living there don't have Israeli citizenship. There are there solutions:

-1. one amalgamated state: everyone in one big country - democratic, but NOT Jewish. Non-starter.

-2. two states - existing Israel, plus existing "occupied territories" on pretty much the existing borders. What Kerry and NZ and the UN want. Palestinians won't get Israeli citizenship, perhaps some settlers get thrown out. Neither side will agree to this: settlers don't want to leave, Palestinians don't want settlements that would still be part of Israel in their country.

-3. one Jewish state - Israel first moves all non-Israeli settlers out of the occupied terrorises and then annexes them. If you're Lieberman, move the Israeli-citizen non-Jews out as well. A majority of the Knesset and majority of Israeli citizens would now choose this option - but this is what the UN vote is designed to foreclose: the UN resolution pretty much says this option is a crime against humanity.

pick one.

Angry Tory said...

Oh yeah: #3 is TRUMPs policy as far as anyone can see: it is certainly TRUMP's Israeli ambadassor's policy.

Psycho Milt said...

The Jewish people have been involved in Diaspora, prejudice... etc, blah blah blah.

Skipping over the oratory, you're complaining because the UN Security Council pointed out to Israel that it's breaking international law by building settlements on Palestinian territory and needs to stop. If you think international law ought to allow for countries to invade and colonise others, by all means present a case for it - but otherwise, it's not clear what your problem is.

Jobson Growth said...

Dodger Old Codger, I gather you think it was OK for Jews to recolonise the land now known as Israel because once upon a long time ago their ancestors lived there. Would you, then, be supportive of Maori who decided that they should return to their ancestral homelands in Hawaii? Who would you support? The Maori? The UStates?

Noel said...

Ki Hawaiki nui is the mythical origin.



Jobson Growth said...

yes, Noel, and so is Exodus.