Tuesday, July 3, 2012

"Hold Machine Guns, Not Cigarettes!"



Mike L.

This is from June 11 of this year.

A Tip 'O the Kippa to Palestinian Media Watch.

Palestinian kids told to replace cigarettes with guns - in UN funded program.

Puppet 1: "I wanted to stand before the audience and sing to Jerusalem, which is being kept from us. Jerusalem, whose youth are being killed by the Jews. To sing and to say: Jerusalem, we are coming, Jerusalem, the time of death has arrived. Jerusalem, we will not surrender to the enemies or be humiliated."

Puppet 2: "What am I doing to myself [by smoking]? I, and many other youth like me, think that through cigarettes we will be adults and men. Jerusalem doesn't need youth who hold cigarettes. It needs men who hold machine guns, not cigarettes."

Note: According to the Burj Luq Luq Center's website where the puppet show was held, they are funded and have ties to the French Consulate, the Swiss Development Agency, the Italian Institutions' Union, the UNFPA, the [PA] Ministry of Youth and Sports, UNICEF and UNESCO.

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The PA continues to indoctrinate their children with genocidal anti-Jewish racism and, yet, they continue to get financial support from the United States.

How is that, anyway?

2 comments:

  1. Where is the fucking OUTRAGE????? There should be a lot of it, especially from those who pretend to care about children. There should be WORLDWIDE outrage. There should definitely be some unilateral American political outrage.

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  2. It's because almost half a century of Arab and Soviet anti-Israel propaganda has brought many western liberals, including many western liberal Jews, to believe that the tiny minority of Jews in the Middle East are guilty of abuses against the very majority which has been holding them down for 14 centuries.

    That's why there is no outrage, Doodad.

    They honestly believe that violent race hatred toward the Jews is mainly due to the behavior of those Jews.

    Of course, this is precisely the same condition that we face every generation.

    Every generation they hate on us and every generation we are told it is our fault that they hate on us.

    This generation is no different.

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