" Thou comest to me with a sword and a spear and a shield, but I come to thee in the name of the L-rd of Hosts, the G-d of the armies of Israel, whom thou hast humiliated..." (I Samuel, 17:45-47)

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

May They Be Strengthened!

The news is replete with the same Leftist filth one expects whenever the state uses its border police to beat up Jews and destroy their houses. Stories of rampaging "settlers" running amok in "the West Bank", stoning peaceful Arab villagers and burning their fields. I can get past the lies and the obvious slant. The same images that repulse most Jews brings joy to my heart. It shows that while insanity may indeed be contagious, at least certain groups of Jews (very small groups, I'm afraid) remember the Maccabees.

Naturally, the Messiah would be here already if these zealous acts of righteous indignation didn't bring out the predictable breast-beating from the various mixed nuts of the mamlachti cult. Take the notorious "rabbi" Menachem Fruman of Tekoah for example, a demented pacifist whose biography reads like an acid trip. (Former paratrooper, Chief Rabbi, Gush Emunim founder, Judenrat-grasshopper.) Fruman condemned the Jewish heroes and noted that "targeting Palestinians and their property is a shocking thing".

Shocking? I don't know. I'm shocked that an unnatural creature like Fruman even exists, a supposed "religious Rabbi" who has dedicated his life to interfaith dialogue with the barbarians of Amalek. A man who sat with the crippled jackal Ahmad Yassin and the King of the Amalekites himself, Yasser Arafat (may their names and memories be erased.) A man who regularly meets with soulless savages who orchestrate the mass dismemberment and slaughter of Jews. Fruman is the worst kind of abomination, a disease dressed in rabbinical l'vush, with a receptive audience to swallow his filth.

May the Almighty strengthen the hand of every "settler" that participated in extracurricular activities in retaliation for the destruction of Jewish homes. Hooligans? Thugs? I don't know. If you follow the Torah's definition of Halachic warfare, these guys are moderates.

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