" 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)

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

More Reflections On Israeli Madness

  • Netanyahu & "Peace Now": "Peace Now" should award Netanyahu an honorary membership into it's insidious organization. After Vice PM, Moshe Ya'alon referred to the organization as "a virus" during a conference with the Jewish Leadership faction of Likud, Netanyahu condemned the remark and reprimanded him. This is one of those incidents that benefits multiple parties. Ya'alon will use it to further his political career by masquerading as a hardliner. Moshe Feiglin (Manhigut Yehudit) will use Ya'alon's words as proof that the Likud can be rehabilitated. And Netanyahu has already shown that he won't tolerate any position that diverts from Obama's road map or allow anyone from his cabinet to say anything that the Left deems provocative. Being that Ya'alon is unlikely to say anything about Peace Now for awhile (if ever again), I'll gladly take over. While "Peace Now" is indeed a virus because it infects the collective society with its deadly bacteria of appeasement, surrender, and self-loathing, there are other terms which can also be used to accurately describe it. Words like "cancer, malignancy, contagion, infection, epidemic, pandemic, and gangrene" come to mind. If diagnosing a deadly disease makes one guilty of incitement, consider me a proud Jewish inciter. "Peace Now" is an organization of self-hating Judenrats.
  • Egypt: Will Israel kneel before the accursed Egyptians and apologize for shooting and killing the Egyptian border guard who raised his weapon at them? My bet is that they will. Groveling before Egypt is a favorite pastime of most Israeli leaders. If I were in charge, I would also apologize. Apologize that we couldn't shoot more of them. And assure them that we will, if it ever happens again.
  • More Lynching Injustice: How curious to hear that the police have lost the video of Eden Natan Zada (may G-d avenge his blood!) being lynched by Arab savages. Lost seems like the wrong word. Destroyed is probably more likely. The police force in Israel is the modern day equivalent of Tammany Hall. Thoroughly corrupt and inept. (We need a Jewish Serpico.) There is no way in hell that they lost the video.
  • Hygiene & Sanitation: I bring this up because the lack of proper hygiene and sanitation in Israel is an absolute disgrace and anathema to the Halachah (Jewish Law). I believe that it's important to address the issue and make it clear that this unfortunate state of affairs is diametrically opposed to Jewish values. Hygiene and sanitation in Israel can be likened to the hygiene and sanitation of the Vikings. Then again, this might be unfair to the Vikings, who might have washed their hands occasionally and picked up after themselves after a night of raping and plundering the countryside. Take littering for example. Israelis are notorious for littering. They litter the way people breathe. Often and without thinking. Cigarettes, sunflower seeds, soda cans, tampons, you name it. Sometimes while commenting on the beauty of a natural setting. The problem is that too many Israelis mirror the Middle Eastern mores of the Arabs who usually lack the hygiene of sewer rats and cockroaches. (Hopelessly committed to public defecation and the notorious tradition of five fingered toilet paper.) Too many Israelis (not to mention Arabs and other non-Jews from Eastern Europe and S. America) exit restrooms without washing their hands. Pay attention next time. A thoroughly nauseating and terribly unhealthy spectacle, when you consider that some of these people work in service industries such as making your falafel and shwarma. (I am not suggesting that most falafel/shwarma guys/gals don't wash their hands. Only that yours may not.) Here's another example of third world hygiene. My wife and I recently took our baby to the local tipat chalav baby clinic. While the registered nurse spoke with my wife, I noticed several bloody cotton balls and other medical waste strewn around the office. On tops of tables, on the floor, touching my shoe. The garbage can was overflowing with used medical paraphernalia. A thoroughly infectious environment to say the least. Apparently, the universal precautions of infection control are not so universal in Israel. (Were this the U.S., the office would have been shut down immediately.) Makes you wonder why we read about someone dropping dead in Israel from swine flu every day. Too many pigs, and too many pig-fressers, who never wash their hands.
I remind the reader that I'm a "glass half-full" kind of guy. The problem is that this glass was never half-full and it's got a terrible crack in it. We need to get a new glass.

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