Israel & The Palestinians & Our Country & The Indians
The primitive, Palestinian death cult has struck again,
The Palestinian Hamas movement hailed a deadly attack on a Jewish religious school in Jerusalem on Thursday night as “heroic,” without claiming responsibility for the strike that killed eight.
“This heroic attack in Jerusalem is a normal response to the crimes of the occupier and its murder of civilians,” Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri said.
…Hundreds of Palestinians poured into the streets of Gaza City as news of the attack at a west Jerusalem yeshiva spread, firing automatic rifles into the air in celebration.
Several more hundred people likewise celebrated in the northern town of Jabaliya, which has borne the brunt of deadly Israeli military strikes over the past eight days that have killed more than 130 Palestinians in Gaza amid a sharp escalation of violence in and around the impoverished territory.
The Palestinians are the most sickening, revolting group of people on earth. They’re actually more loathsome than even the Nazis were because the Palestinian people have all their evil impulses, but they’re considerably less industrious and less civilized.
We Americans like to believe the best about people. You know, “The leaders are the bad guys, but the regular people aren’t any different than us.” The reality is that the Palestinians in the disputed territories are different from us, because the majority of them are evil. By that, I mean that the problem isn’t just their leaders and the terrorist thugs, the problem is the average person on the street. The butcher, the school teacher, the traffic cop — the majority of them are vile, sick, twisted, evil excuses for human beings and that’s why there is no peace in the region. Israel can no more live next to these people in peace than New Yorkers could live in peace with New Jersey if it were taken over by Al-Qaeda and the Taliban.
…Which leads to a very basic question: if this was happening to Americans, how far would we be willing to go to stop it? The truth is, we already know the answer to that question because our ancestors have had to deal with this sort of savagery when Indians tortured and murdered American settlers. Our response was, depending on the situation, to slaughter them and/or force them to move.
Today, in our very civilized world, we look back with shock and horror at what we did to the Indians — and indeed, some of them didn’t deserve what they got. All too often, our ancestors didn’t make much of an effort to distinguish between friendly, peaceful Indian tribes and murderous, cannibalistic savages. On the other hand, their strategy of massacring our enemies was one that has been used throughout the ages and it has been proven, time and time again, to work — and it certainly worked for us.
That brings us back to the Palestinians, who owe their lives to the fact that the Israelis are better, more civilized people who have not done to them what the Palestinians would surely do if the situation were reversed.
Now, genocide? That’s just not something we can or should support. But, anything — and I mean anything else? Transferring the Palestinians, taking more Palestinian land, machine gunning people celebrating attacks against Israel, carpet bombing city blocks — whatever it takes to secure the safety of the Israeli people, Israel should do and at a minimum, we should give them moral support.