Wednesday, August 29, 2007
A relatively innocuous cartoon about islam by Berkeley Breathed, which tamely satires a bimbo turning moslem "to be cool", has been banned by 25 major newspapers across the country for potentially provoking the followers of terrorist mohammed. If ever further evidence was needed to prove the print media are a club of liberally biased dhimmis this is it.
Sunday, August 26, 2007
Such dregs. Why, it's enough to make a dandy need a second snort from his spice box.
Ynet News - With the new school year approaching, Sunday's cabinet meeting revolved mainly around the fortification efforts made in Sderot and the Gaza vicinity communities' schools.
Education Minister Yuli Tamir told ministers about the troubled area's preparations for the school year, and asked the defense forces "to vouch for the safety of Sderot's school children."
Deputy Defense Minister MK Matan Vilna'i (Labor-Meimad), filling in for Defense Minister Ehud Barak, responded by saying "I'll vouch for that if the education minister vouches for no violence in schools and if the transportation minister guarantees no more car accidents."The fortification of Sderot and the Gaza vicinity schools had been the focus of a well-publicized disagreement between the High Court and Prime Minister Ehud Olmert –the former criticizing the prime minister for not doing enough and the latter insisting he has the final say.
Sources close to Yuli Tamir said her request was made on behalf of Sderot's parents, who asked the Home Front Command to certify the city's classrooms. Sources in Vilnai's office, meanwhile, said he had made it clear that the IDF is doing everything possible to keep the children safe.
"We are building 16 new schools in the (Gaza vicinity) area. They will be completely fortified and up to the highest code… it's time stop the sanctimonious ranting about nothing being done. What we're planning there is revolutionary," he added.
Perhaps it would be best if the Prime Minister just told the Sderot peasantry to simply "eat cake" instead of pestering him about their rocket problems. After all, a man of such fine breeding and grace shouldn't be burdened with the vulgar annoyances of the Jewish unwashed masses.
Friday, August 24, 2007
Ha'aretz - Israel has proposed that safe passage for the Palestinians from the West Bank to the Gaza Strip be included in an exchange of territory with the Palestinians in the framework of the agreement of principles now being formulated ahead of the upcoming regional summit.
Just what the Jewish State needs: The full, unlimited passage of terrorists and their weapons from Judea to Gaza and back. Gotta love those secular humanists!
Tuesday, August 21, 2007
I know this will come as quite a surprise to everyone, but Bush was such a sellout, such a Saudi kiss ass, such a phony conservative, such a Jim Baker lover, and such a total moron, that it won't mean a damn thing to me if Hillary Rodham wins. Same sh-t, different day.
Feh, I'm jaded. I guess Rudy is the best of the lot because he just can't stand the terrorist moslem scum. That said, nothing matters as long as Israel remains a dhimmi state.
Thursday, August 16, 2007
Tuesday, August 14, 2007
Against all odds, hardcore Zionist candidate Moshe Feiglin earned a whopping 23% of the Likud primary vote, nearly doubling the 13% he won in the last Likud primary, and terrifying Bibi so thoroughly that his entourage banned Feiglin from entering the building for the customary joining on stage of the top two candidates as a demonstration of party unity.
Regarding the unprecedented banning of the runner-up and his supporters from entering the building, Bibi blurted out in a panic that he "had no intention of embracing Feiglin or his ilk."
This is not the sign of a man who is confident. Bibi knows the nationalist "ilk" is growing in number exponentially, and he has been left in the unenviable, lame duck position of desperately clinging to the present while his party slowly but undeniably shifts from the timid center towards the more observant, traditional, nationalist right. Likud will inevitably push away from corrupt posers like Bibi and into the arms of authentic, honorable Jews like Feiglin and Bibi knows it. His days in politics are numbered.
Yes, many may still claim that because Bibi won roughly 70% of the vote he is safe, but the cracks in the foundation are growing deeper and wider as the fall of the unscrupulous establishment becomes evident to even the most casual and disinterested of political observers.
What is Feiglin? Who is Feiglin? Feiglin is the closest thing Israel has to Kahane and Kach today, and that scares the hell out of those in the establishment because their perks and prestige mean nothing to a God fearing, Torah observant man like Feiglin. As Kahane before him, Feiglin is a force of populism that creates near hysteria amongst the anti-Zionist, amoral incumbents who just want to keep living in luxury at all costs. He can't be bought and that the corrupt elitists fear more than anything else.
Perhaps not today, but in the next 5 years Moshe Feiglin will become a real life nightmare to lowlifes like Bibi Netanyahu who are helplessly watching their dynasty crumble beneath their feat.
Sunday, August 12, 2007
It's Official: Arafat died of AIDS
Getting plugged up the butt by diseased vermin apparently took it's toll on poor Yassir. All I can say is... BAHAHAHA!
(IsraelNN.com) Arch-terrorist Yasser Arafat’s doctor has confirmed the long-circulating rumors that the PLO chairman had AIDS – though the doctor insists Israel poisoned Arafat as well, causing his death.
Rumors have long circulated in both Israel and the Palestinian Authority that Arafat’s symptoms prior to his death were caused by AIDS. Within the PA, Israel has always been accused of poisoning the PLO chairman.
Now, Arafat’s private doctor has joined other PLO officials in acknowledging that Arafat had the HIV virus, but is holding on to the claim that Israel was responsible for his ultimate demise, in a French hospital.
New Zionist Party
Lashuv may just get MZ's endorsement in the next elections. It's hard to imagine a party to the right of this one being permitted in Knesset. Doesn't it seem that American born Israelis are some of the toughest SOB's in Israel? Good luck, Yechiel! I'm rooting for you!
J-Post: New Jersey-native Yechiel Aaron has decided to start a new political party to advocate for the annexation of Judea, Samaria and the Gaza Strip.
Lashuv (Return) represented a "return to our ways of strength," he told The Jerusalem Post over the weekend. "It is the return to where we care more about God, our country and our people."
Aaron, who immigrated to Israel with his family two years ago and lives in Hashmonaim, near Modi'in, would not provide the names of those running on his party list, only saying that he had many supporters around the country and in the United States. Lashuv would be radically right wing on the Palestinians and the diplomatic process, but offered some interesting twists on economic policy, he said.
Asked how he would deal with the millions of Palestinians living in the West Bank and Gaza, he said that if they observed Israeli law they would be provided with citizenship after a 25-year waiting period.
Fantastic Irony - Sharon's home bombed by Judenrein Gaza
Let's see...since Sharon issued those orders to ethnically cleanse Gaza of all the Jews things haven't exactly turned up rosy for the former PM. First he finds himself up for criminal bribery indictment, then his son is thrown out of politics and into jail for criminal misappropriation of funds, then he has a stroke and lapses into a permanent vegetative state, and now his home gets rocketed by the moslems of Judenrein Gaza from the same villages that used to be Jewish until 2 years ago. Can we all say together...BAHAHAHAHA!!
Hope you enjoyed the nosh...
(IsraelNN.com) A Kassam rocket attack by Israel Palestinian Authority terrorists in Gaza reached the home of former Prime Minister Ariel Sharon Thursday afternoon. One rocket exploded near a sheep barn on Sharon’s Shikmim Ranch in the Negev.
The former Prime Minister remains unconscious at a Tel Aviv hospital after suffering a massive stroke a year and a half ago.
No injuries were reported in the Kassam attack. The second rocket slammed into the western Negev city of Sderot, which has been the target of constant bombardment by terrorists in Gaza for the past seven years. No injuries or damage were reported in Sderot.
Friday, August 10, 2007
While the self-loathers may have the upper hand right now in the civil war, they are still just paper tigers who will flee in the face of real military response from the Judeans when the time comes. Enjoy your victories now wretched leftists, because the time will come when the Religious Zionists gain the upper hand and you self-loathers will be projectile vomited out of the Promised Land.
Arutz Sheva - On the heels of the forced eviction of two Jewish families from Hevron’s Shalhevet neighborhood – four more Hevron families living in the area have received eviction notices.
In response to a petition by Peace Now, Israel’s Civil Administration has issued expulsion orders against four Jewish-held storefronts in the “triangle” marketplace area of the city, located in close proximity to the area where two Jewish families were expelled by the IDF on Tuesday.
Like the wholesale market, the triangle marketplace was built by Hevron’s Arabs on top of the ruins of the city’s Jewish Quarter after the city's Arabs murdered nearly all Jewish residents during the 1929 pogroms.
Tuesday, August 07, 2007
(IsraelNN.com) The expulsion of two families from their homes in the Shalhevet neighborhood, built on the site of the former Hevron marketplace, was completed late Tuesday morning. Three thousand Border Guard officers, Yassam special forces and IDF soldiers forcibly evicted the families as well as hundreds of their supporters in an operation that began in the wee hours.
Three young protestors were the last holdouts in a cement bunker which was eventually breached by an IDF Search and Rescue unit.
Eyewitnesses reported that the IDF demolished all of the homes built in the neighborhood...
Army officials had promised permits a year and a half ago to the eleven families who lived in the neighborhood, saying they would be allowed to return with legal status on the condition they left the premises peacefully. Nine of the families cooperated with the government officials, believing they would make good on their end of the deal. Attorney General Menachem Mazuz quickly voided the promise after they moved out, saying the army officials had no authority to make the agreement.
I may be a Zionist, but I am becoming an avowed enemy of the government of the rogue state of Israel and will actively support any rightwing movement to topple this evil entity. In other words, stick a fork in my allegiance to the current State of Self-loathing Anti-Semites; I am done.
Olmert, Barak, Peres, Netanyahu, all of them, they can all drop dead. I rent my garment and dismiss them all. This Israel is anti-Zionist, anti-Jewish, anti-Am Yisroel and anti-Eretz Yisroel. Modern Israel is a corrupt, wicked, rodef state, and as far as I'm concerned they can just go to hell.
Monday, August 06, 2007
Because they are Jewish and for no other reason.
Hebron.com - Today, the 78th anniversary of the 1929 riots and massacre in Hebron, which left 67 dead and the surviving population expelled from the city, Defense Minister Ehud Barak personally decided to expel two more families from the city, from their homes in the Shalhevet neighborhood (the shuk).
The Hebron Community council expresses deep pain and protest at the desecration of the memories of the 1929 victims and the continuation of forced expulsion, this time not by Arabs, rather by Jews, expelling their brothers.
According to information received by the community, about 1,000 police, riot squad forces and soldiers will execute the expulsion late Sunday night - early Monday morning. The community calls on anyone to whom Hebron and Eretz Yisrael are important to, to flock to Hebron as early as this coming Saturday night, following Shabbat, in order to take an active role in the protest and struggle. Most likely Israeli security forces will close all roads leading to Hebron sometime Monday, so it is important to arrive as early as possible.
If they converted to islam they would be permitted to stay. If they converted to Christianity they would be permitted to stay. If they converted to atheism and renounced Judaism they would be permitted to stay. But, because they are Jewish, an unforgivable abomination in the eyes of the "civilized" world, they are being expelled by military force at the behest of self-loathing cowards.
(IsraelNN.com) Families are going about their daily affairs. Children play outside their homes, with crayons and coloring books, in what was for centuries a graceful Jewish Quarter in the holy city of Hevron. A long-skirted woman, hair covered with a scarf, is washing the floor of her home.
You’d never know that 3,000 police officers, soldiers and Yassam SWAT teams are waiting for the word to pour into the area in hundreds of buses – to evict two families, and an undetermined number of supporters who plan to stand together with them.
The plan is reminiscent of the 2005 Disengagement operation in which 12,000 government forces expelled some 8,000 Jews from 25 communities in northern Samaria and the Gush Katif region of Gaza.
It brings to life the memory of the government-ordered “evacuation” of activists protesting the destruction of nine empty buildings in a planned neighborhood outside the community of Amona, carried out by thousands of Yassam police. Many were mounted on horses, which in some cases were used to trample the protestors. It is not known whether the Yassam will bring their horses Monday night.
The land on which the Hevron market stands is Jewish-owned, purchased in 1540 by Rabbi Malkiel Ashkenazai, a refugee from the Spanish expulsion in 1492. For centuries, it provided a haven for Jews, who went about their daily affairs then too, until their slaughter by Arabs in 1929 and the exile of those who managed to stay alive.
Jewish-owned property, houses and synagogues were left empty as residents fled for their lives.
The Jordanians who took control of the area transformed one section of the lovely Jewish Quarter into an open air market after that massacre. A synagogue in the beautiful Avinu Avraham neighborhood, as it is called, was turned into a goat yard.
Hevron, liberated by Israel in the 1967 Six-Day War, gradually became home to Jews once more, although its Arab residents were allowed to continue to operate the market and sell their wares.
When I see things like this I become even more radicalized, more militant, and more convinced that only a wall of bullets fired at WHOMEVER is doing the expelling, be they Israeli forces or "Palestinian" terrorists, will be able to stop these horrors. Jews must begin to fight back. Jews must take a stand against moslem collaborating Jews. A Jew who takes part in the expulsion of Jews from Hebron (HEBRON!!), should be considered guilty of high crimes against the Jewish people, not unlike the Jewish collaborators to the Nazis back in the 1940's, and thus be subject to paying the price for these actions.
It is time for Jews to say enough is enough. If the expulsion of Jews from Gaza wasn't bad enough, if the Jewish expulsion from Amona wasn't cruel enough, the Jewish expulsion of Judea's holiest cities should be an considered an act so heinous that we as Jews should divest from this abomination state and renounce it as anti-Semitic. Jews must not support the mistreatment and abuse of Jews, the outward discrimination against Jews, the public defamation against Jews, and, especially, the brutal pogroms and ethnic cleansing against the Jews, even if it is being exacted upon them by self-loathing forces of Jewish ancestry.
Kahane was right, but he stopped short of calling for what needs to be called for: Civil War. The only problem is that the self-loathers have all the guns and all the power, while observant Jews are left with pea-shooters and sling shots. Thus, these helpless Jews continue being persecuted without mercy by the rodef Jews of the rogue State of Israel.
Sure hope He is listening to the cries of these brave Jews being persecuted by their wicked, taskmaster brethren, because they sure could use His help right about now.
Sunday, August 05, 2007
First, I only will lease. Second, I don't want to put much if anything down. Third, no trucks. Fourth, only new will do. Anyway, here are the front runners in order of my level of interest.
- Dodge Charger - Love the looks of this classic bad boy, but can't decide if I want to spring for the Hemi engine or not. Anyway, the only negative is it's a Chrysler product, which are traditionally similar to Ehud Olmert, i.e. pieces of crap. Still, I am seriously leaning this direction. Good lease deals and rebates, too.
- Toyota Camry - Like the new design and the low price, but I'm driving one now and don't now if I want the same thing twice. Beautifully built machine, though.
- Mazda CX-7 - Kinda like that hybrid SUV/Car thing and this one seems to give a good bang for the buck in that direction. Still, it's partially truck and that is a big con on my list.
- BMW 328I - Not likely to buy a German car, mostly out of fear I'll find one of my descendant's in the ashtray, but it is a great vehicle at a very reasonable price.
- Honda Accord - Like the Camry, but not priced to lease as well. Too much down, while the Camry is sign and drive.