Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Why Is There No Peace?


"May He annihilate this filthy people who have neither religion nor conscience. I condemn whoever believes in normalizing relations with them, whoever supports sitting down with them, and whoever believes that they are human beings. They are not human beings. They are not people."

The progressive-left, as a whole, blames Jews for the virulent and widespread Arab hatred towards us. In fact, not only do they blame us for Arab hatred toward us, but if we even deign to mention the fact of widespread Arab genocidal anti-Semitism then we become the racists.

{How's that for a sick and evil game?}

Genocidal Arab anti-Semitism was not caused by the "occupation." Quite the contrary, the "occupation" (that is, the check-points and road blocks, and so forth) are due to the fact of genocidal Arab anti-Semitism, not the other way around.

We know this because the Arabs were beating up on the Jews for centuries before the state of Israel came into existence. The Mufti was planning a "final solution" if the Germans took Palestine. It goes back to the Koran and to the heavy Nazi influence in much of the Arab Middle East.

Until, or unless, the Arabs stop teaching their children to hate Jews the Palestinians will continue to live under the consequences of their hatred toward us. The sadly ironic thing is that the Palestinians suffer from their hatred toward us far, far more than do we.

And that, my friends, is not our fault.


  1. This hatred is not hidden. It is out there; it is reality. Yet we seldom see it addressed in the mainstream western media or by its politicians. Yet is the one major reason there will not a peace in our lifetimes. The rise of Islamist governments is likely only going to make it worse and you can almost feel the excitement among the throngs who congregate in the Arab squares and shout out their hatred, unfurl their banners and attack embassies calling for the end of peace treaties, etc.

    Things will get worse, far worse, before they get better. The world at large would do well to pay attention to all this before dreaming of some nonsensical mutant "democracy," growing out of the Arab Spring. We must ally with those who do and speak truth to those who for whatever reason don't. Listen to the mob, world. Listen to the mob.

  2. The UN security council UNANIMOUSLY
    condemned Iran's attack on British embassy. This did not happen when Egyptians attacked the Israeli embassy. What does this tell us?

  3. It tells me that World War II never really ended for us, not really.