" 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)

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Insubordination? Or Answering To A Higher Authority: Part II

I stumbled upon this news brief on Arutz Sheva. The same old Leftist harassment tactics of trying to silence anyone who attempts to combat the insanity. Rabbi Wolpe, Marzel to be Questioned - News Briefs - Israel National News

The Jewish Fist Commentary: The Bolsheviks in government are the real traitors, not those who refuse orders to beat up Jews and destroy their homes to appease the damn Arabs. Not the lone voices who call upon Jewish soldiers to disobey immoral orders. Refusing to serve the "mixed multitude" is the epitome of Jewish loyalty to the Supreme Commander Himself. We should all be doing likewise. Here's a call for "insubordination" of my own.

Soldier of Israel,

In accordance with our holy Torah, I urge you to disobey any and all immoral orders that your commanders give to you. The Almighty supersedes all of them. Disobey all orders to freeze, tear down, and obstruct the building of Jewish homes. Disobey all orders to throw Jews out of their homes, or to beat up those heroic few who resist and protest.

I urge you to disobey any and all orders to show restraint towards Arab terrorists, no matter the protocol. Your life is too precious to lose to the idolatrous ideology of "self-restraint." In short, shoot to kill, rather than wait for the incendiary device to explode on you. May The Almighty protect you.

Obey all orders that are logical and sane and in accordance with the authentic role of a soldier of Israel, namely, as a protector of Jews and the Holy Land. Obey all orders that promote the sanctification of the Almighty's name, and disobey all orders that mean to desecrate it. In this way all of your actions will be in the service of the former and not the latter.

May The Almighty guide and protect you.

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