Thursday, January 14, 2010
The Jewish Fist Commentary: If you're Jewish, Jordan is a place to get killed. Fortunately, these foolish functionaries of the government weren't killed by these Nazis. Risking their lives, in the sham service of fostering relations with the accursed Hashemite Kindom, may their names and memories be erased.
Jordan is a country where the citizens drip with Jew-hatred. (More than three quarters of its inhabitants are "palestinians.") A country whose religious and cultural incitement against Jews equals Egypt's, Israel's other "ally" in the Arab world. (Another moderate Arab country). A country where the blood libel is strong. During Operation Cast Lead, the masses came out like hordes of cockroaches unbelievable in support of Hamas's genocidal war with Israel. Of course they did. The Kingdom of Jordan is nursed on the poison milk of Amalek.
It's always sad when Jews visit Petra to see the pagan Nabatean "wonder of the world." Jews should have no interest in Petra, regardless of how "impressive" the sights are. Petra is a repugnant symbol of Nabatean idolatry. Furthermore, Jews shouldn't visit a country where the average Arab would lynch you in a heartbeat. They shouldn't support a society of vipers who dance in the streets like deranged puppets whenever Jews are killed in Israel. It's tragic when Jews return from Petra thinking that Jordan is a safe place to visit. Their whole perception is skewed. Petra is a tourist trap that hardly represents the real Jordan, where Jewish tourists are as welcome as a case of syphilis. Amman is the place to go for that. Of course no normal Jew visits Amman. Wear a kipah in Amman and run the risk of getting torn to pieces.
One day soon, the impotent Hashemite Kingdom will collapse under it's scrawny legs. Both sides of the Jordan will be ours. Then you can visit. Not Petra of course. In accordance with yahadut, Petra will have to disappear along with every other repugnant remnant of Nabatean idolatry. The mosques will have to go also. Perhaps Great Britain can use a few extra ones. Or we always can reciprocate the favor and use them as stables and latrines, as the Hashemites did to our synagogues before we liberated Jerusalem in '67.
In the meantime, don't be a fool. Show some self-respect and stay away from Jordan.