It's the same in any lingo

בַּת-בָּבֶל, הַשְּׁדוּדָה: אַשְׁרֵי שֶׁיְשַׁלֶּם-לָךְ-- אֶת-גְּמוּלֵךְ, שֶׁגָּמַלְתּ לָנוּ
אַשְׁרֵי שֶׁיֹּאחֵז וְנִפֵּץ אֶת-עֹלָלַיִךְ-- אֶל-הַסָּלַע

How can one be compelled to accept slavery? I simply refuse to do the master's bidding. He may torture me, break my bones to atoms and even kill me. He will then have my dead body, not my obedience. Ultimately, therefore, it is I who am the victor and not he, for he has failed in getting me to do what he wanted done. ~ Mahatma Gandhi
If I am not for myself, who will be for me? If I am not for others, what am I? If not now, when? ~ Rav Hillel, Pirke Avot

This Red Sea Pedestrian Stands against Judeophobes

This Red Sea Pedestrian Stands against Judeophobes
Wear It With Pride

31 March 2011

Israel's Open Eyes

Carl over at Israel Matsav published this and I just had to share it. While the world has literally been screaming bloody murder, demanding Israel's national suicide, or murder, whichever comes first, Israel has been doing its homework. What you're about to see are maps generated by Israeli intelligence that were surprisingly published in the Washington Post.

The first shows 950 Hezbullah underground sites in southern Lebanon. Some of them are weapons caches, some bunkers, some monitoring stations. This is a map with a message in it and the message is, "BEWARE." That's right Hassan Nasrallah, the "Zionist Entity" knows exactly where all your armaments, bases, and bunkers are located. And they have a plan to destroy every single one. They know where you are, what you ate for breakfast, and the color of your bowel movements. You should be taking one in your kaftan right now.

The second map shows the village of el-Khaim and its environs. Click on the maps to see more detail.

Clearly marked are the Hezbullah facilities, as well as hospitals, schools, and mosques adjacent to them. This map is a message to the world. The placement of Hezbullah's terror apparatus is intentional, to ensure that in a conflict with Israel civilians will be killed. And, as Carl points out, Hezbullah makes sure it happens by preventing civilians from evacuating.

Oh, and by the way, you should take note of the lavenderish dot just at the bottom of the map. That's a UNIFIL post. You know UNIFIL, the UN operation put in place following the ceasefire in the 2006 Hezbullah war? Seems to me that UNIFIL's job was supposed to include monitoring Hezbullah to make sure weapons weren't being smuggled in, and new bunkers, etc weren't being built. Considering the proximity of this station to an inordinate number of Hezbullah facilities, I think it's safe to say that UNIFIL is not turning a blind eye, it is assisting Hezbullah. I think that's a fair assessment since UNIFIL presided over the Lebanese army's sniper attack and assassination of an IDF officer last summer. In a war against an immoral enemy, with which UNIFIL has sided, I wouldn't shed a tear if a stray missile hit that UNIFIL post. Just sayin'.

Yes, this map is a message to the world. Hezbullah is illegally using civilians as human shields. Hezbullah is illegally building its terrorist infrastructure around Lebanese civilian infrastructure. Now the world knows. If the UN and the rest of the world community does nothing about this, if and when Hezbullah attacks Israel the civilian dead will be on the world's hands.

Now, no doubt the world won't see it that way, and will try and drag Israeli military and civilian officials into the courts of world tribunals. Well, when they do the Israelis will pull out these maps and say, "We told you, and you did nothing. Go put yourselves on trial schmucks."

30 March 2011

So, Why Aren't We Bombing Syria?

With pResident Pampers bombing Libya, presumably to protect Libyan civilians, folks are asking themselves, "So, why aren't we bombing Syria?" Isn't the Assad regime killing civilians with the aid of Hezbullah and Iranian Republican Guard forces? Yes. So what's the story? Are Syrian civilian lives less worthy of American/NATO/UN protection? Well, in theory they aren't, but theory and reality are two different things.

The Assad family has been ruling Syria in a brutal dictatorship since 1970. The Ba'ath Party toppled the Syrian government in 1963 and was largely controlled by an ultra-leftist faction. Hafez al-Assad, a Baathist operative that helped bring the coup to fruition, became Minister of Defense in 1967, presiding of Israel's recapturing of the Golan Heights. In 1970 he engineered and executed a bloodless coup in which his military faction of the Ba'ath party seized control and purged the government of the leftists. Since then, Assad rule (including that of the eye doctor turned dictator, Bashar al-Assad) has been marked by brutal repression of human rights and tight secret police control.

So while the Assad regime is killing its people in the streets, UNSG Ban Ki-Moon is only asking Assad to show "maximum restraint." No calls to the international community to leap into action to stop the killings though. Pampers issued his usual statement "strongly" condemning the Syrian government's repressing the demonstrators. Oooh. I'm sure Assad is quaking in his loafers.

So what gives? What is it that is isolating Syria from international military action? Perhaps it's the fact that the regime is backed by Iran, and has provided a haven to Hamas and Hezbullah operatives. Perhaps it is because Syria has stockpiles of chemical weapons and an unchecked nuclear program. Perhaps it is because Syria has a large ballistic missile arsenal thanks to North Korea, Russia, Iran, and China, an arsenal it could use effectively against all of Israel.

Let's face it, the UN and its Arab/Islamist masters are bent on using the international body to cripple Israel in any way possible. Why would they lift a finger to harm the one regime that is positioned on Israel's border with the ability of dealing it a serious blow?

So the big question is, what should Israel do? The Pampers administration has made it clear that it will not use force to depose Assad. Hezbullah and the Iranian Republican Guard is heavily involved in repressing the protests. Assad has allowed al-qaeda to move through Syria to Iraq. Toppling Assad could allow the Muslim Brotherhood to assume control there. But there is a wild card as Caroline Glick points out: the Kurds.
The Kurds make up around 10 percent of Syria's population. They oppose not only the Baathist regime, but also the Muslim Brotherhood. Represented in exile by the Kurdistan National Assembly of Syria, since 2004 they have sought the overthrow of the Assad regime and its replacement by democratic, decentralized federal government. Decentralizing authority, they believe, is the best way to check tyranny of both the Baathist and the Muslim Brotherhood variety. The Kurdish demand for a federal government has been endorsed by the Sunni-led exile Syrian Reform Party.

This week the KNA released a statement to the world community. Speaking for Syria's Kurds and for their Arab, Druse, Alevi and Christian allies in Syria, it asked for the "US, France, UK and international organizations to seek [a] UN resolution condemning [the] Syrian regime for using violence against [the Syrian] people."

The KNA's statement requested that the US and its allies "ask for UN-sponsored committees to investigate the recent violence in Syria, including the violence used against the Kurds in 2004."

The KNA warns, "If the US and its allies fail to support democratic opposition [groups] such as the Kurdistan National Assembly of Syria and others, [they] will be making a grave mistake," because they will enable "radical groups to rise and undermine any democratic movements," and empower the likes of Hezbollah and Iran.
[Well gosh gee, that's exactly what the US did in Egypt. Why should Syria be any different? The US under Pampers has already allowed Hezbullah to effectively assume control of Lebanon, and has no plans to do anything about the Muslim Brotherhood taking control of Egypt.]

Glick asserts that the Israelis should arm the Kurds and support them. How things would turn out in the chaos cannot be foreseen, but seeing how they oppose the same forces that Syria lends support to, it would make sense strategically. In any case, as Glick points out, all this domestic unrest is forcing Assad to turn his attention away from supporting Hezbullah, as well as stirring up civil unrest in Jordan via Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood.

As long as Syria is the benefactor of anti-Israeli terrorists with Iran serving as its ultimate puppet master, it serves the desires of the pResident and the UN, a potential tool for destroying Israel. Regime change is the last thing they want. If Israel were to become involved in a conflict with Hezbullah and Syria I wonder how fast the pResident would act with R2P insistence from the UN? Probably faster than you can say "falafel." Arming and supporting the Kurds makes perfect sense. I wonder if Israel will fail to seize the initiative here as it did during the so-called Cedar Revolution, when Syria was ejected from Lebanon? Israel could have created a situation where Hezbullah was marginalized and driven out as well. It failed to do so. The stakes are much higher now.

Proper handling of this situation by Israel could mean choking off supply lines of WMD to Hezbullah, crippling IRG forces in Syria, as well as rounding up and shutting down Hamas in Damascus. There is great opportunity here for Israel to undo the plans of its enemies. May HaShem bless the leaders of Israel with the wisdom and resolve to do what needs to be done.

29 March 2011

So, Why Are We Bombing Libya?

By now everyone knows that our kinetic act of stupidity in Libya is just a larger representation of what pResident Pampers does on a regular basis: flail around like a screaming infant whose binky fell out of his mouth while he was napping. Only this kinetic act of stupidity supports al-qaeda factions operating in the Libyan resistance. And American military analysts are well aware of the long-standing and growing connection between leading Libyan rebel factions and al-qaeda.

Amazingly, this current operation makes Shrub II's Iraq invasion, whose primary goal was to bleed taxpayer dollars to line the pockets of Halliburton with billions in no-bid contracts, while attempting to cement western control of Iraqi oil fields (with ShrubII just thinking he would finally take out the man who threatened to kill his daddy), look like a really good idea.

But just like Iraq, it is a very very bad idea. Why? Primarily because we are once again putting our servicemen and womens' lives at risk in an operation that could very likely put into a power a government that will ally itself with Iran and/or al-qaeda.

Ah, remember those halcyon days when Don Rumsfeld compared invading Iraq to invading the moon?

Sure, we could machinate a conspiracy theory about the seizing of Libyan oil assets, but rest assured that probably won't happen the way you think it will. This is a screw up from the beginning. So what's really happening here? I think the answer lies in what Pampers said to the American people last night.

Now before we step into the swirling cesspool of lies that is Juan Peron Obambi Jr. Jr.'s mouth, keep this very important fact in mind: the current administration's Middle East policy is predicated on accomplishing one goal...the demise of Israel. Got it? Good. Here we go.

There is a lot of the usual drivel and meaningless rhetoric, preceded by his shameless thanking of our servicemen and women risking their lives for no reason, which should make every man and woman in uniform vomit. But let's get to the heart of the matter. The lynchpin of this whole S.N.A.F.U. is this:
To brush aside America's responsibility as a leader and - more profoundly - our responsibilities to our fellow human beings under such circumstances would have been a betrayal of who we are. Some nations may be able to turn a blind eye to atrocities in other countries. The United States of America is different. And as President, I refused to wait for the images of slaughter and mass graves before taking action.
Keep in mind that a few weeks ago UNSG Ban Ki-Moon called for international action to stop government attacks on civilians in Libya. This of course comes under the banner of what is commonly referred to as R2P, the UN's "Responsibility to Protect" Doctrine, which supposedly means that multinationalist forces should intervene militarily to protect civilians when a sovereign state cannot or will not do so. Presumably this could mean a government bombing its own people with chemical weapons, protecting civilians caught in a war zone, whatever they decided it means in order to have a pretext to take action against a sovereign state.

Ironically, this R2P was being developed in response to the Arab perpetrated massacres in Darfur. Ask a Darfurian how well that worked out.

I also snarf a bit when I see the same people who attacked the ShrubII for Iraq defend Pampers' Libyan kinetic escapade. They must think it's some kind of Martha Graham performance.

And how interesting that those who were cheerleading for the Iraq invasion are so against the Libya fiasco. What a strange disease we are afflicted with. It's like what HaShem did at Babel, only worse, because the stakes are so much higher now.

But let's get back to Pampers.

Pampers says America is different because we don't turn a blind eye to human atrocities. What a load of crap. America is always turning a blind eye. We did it in World War II when the tracks to concentration camps were not bombed, in spite of the fact that allied bombing missions flew right over them. We turned a blind eye in Cambodia, Rwanda, Tibet, Bosnia...only taking action when it was politically expedient to do so. In her first diplomatic mission, Secretary of Hate Clinton shat all over her 1995 Beijing speech by going to China and telling them not to worry about American pressure on human rights issues because the global economy (our credit line with China) is more important. So turn down the rhetoric, Barry. You don't care about mass graves. You don't care about protecting anyone. You let Iranian protestors get slaughtered in the streets and didn't so much as say "boo." It's bad enough that you insult the living by being pResident. Don't mock the dead, especially when you have now placed that blood on your own hands.

Now, keeping in mind that Pampers' Mideast policy is predicated on ending Israel, how would R2P help him there? Allow me to paint the picture for you.

Since the "revolution" in Egypt, Hamas has not only gained recognition from the new regime, it has escalated its rocket attacks against Israel, in spite of Israeli military responses that have claimed the lives of Hamas terrorists and leaders. Hamas is attempting to goad Israel into a full scale military conflict, for a number of reasons. As always, one of the primary reasons is to have the chance to paint Israel as a bloody imperialist aggressor, in spite of the fact that Israel withdrew from Gaza instead of committing genocide, which everyone from Code Pink to Samantha Power would like you to believe is happening right now. Too bad all those pictures of the Gaza luxury mall and beach resorts went viral all over the internet. So much for genocide and the humanitarian crisis.

But it wouldn't take much to convince the UN, which is controlled by the Arab League/OPEC/Islamists to use R2P to protect civilians in Gaza...I mean Hamas' human shields...from "Zionist aggression." And what might happen in Judea and Samaria if the Arabs launched a third intifada? We already have Dayton's Heros trained to kill Israelis with American tax dollars, some of whom have been involved in the murders of Israeli civilians.

So while the story of seizing Libyan oil fields in the name of the NWO sounds like a scary bedtime story, and certainly oil is a part of the picture, helping support an al-qaeda backed resistance that could be easily co-opted by Iran serves the Barry's objectives in the Middle East quite nicely. But regime change isn't a goal in Libya. Pampers said so, so it must be true.

Ultimately, the Barry would like to see Israel destroyed by Iranian proxies. The current list includes Lebanon, Hamas and Syria, with a Muslim Brotherhood controlled Egypt potentially waiting in the wings. But using R2P to attempt to force a final solution on Israel is a good plan B for the Barry, and the UN. Libya is the proving ground for the doctrine.

Next time: Why aren't we bombing the crap out of Syria?

28 March 2011

Guess Who's Coming To Dinner? The Muslim Brotherhood...and Iran.

I'm just going to come out and say it. Anyone who thought the "revolution" in Egypt was some kind of feel good let's be a democracy movement is just an amazingly large sap of an idiot. Well, the liberal media thought so, and so did the White House...maybe...though what's been coming out of the White House since 2009 doesn't even pass as stupid. Flailing negligence and ineptitude would be more like it.

To say that the dufus passing himself off as the pResident is a complete moron is an insult to morons. But I could go on and on about the skinny idiot all day so let's get back to the subject at hand.

It seems that the New York Times (all the news that's fit to make up) is now reporting that the Muslim Brotherhood made a deal with the Egyptian military when the so-called revolution took place.
“There is evidence the Brotherhood struck some kind of a deal with the military early on,” said Elijah Zarwan, a senior analyst with the International Crisis Group. “It makes sense if you are the military — you want stability and people off the street. The Brotherhood is one address where you can go to get 100,000 people off the street.”

When I first wrote about the hubbub in Egypt I said that the military has a vested interest in preventing the MB from taking over Egypt as the Islamization of Egypt would mean a drastic collapse in the tourist industry, which is largely controlled by the military. Just how many people are running to vacation in Iran? But it seems that the Egyptian military is being a lot more short-sighted than say the days of Anwar Sadat when, in the period following the treaty with Israel, the military consolidated a lot of its power in the private sector. Now it seems they are more interested in short-term stability. The change is getting noticed.

The NYT reports:
When the new prime minister, Essam Sharaf, addressed the crowd in Tahrir Square this month, Mohamed el-Beltagi, a prominent Brotherhood member, stood by his side. A Brotherhood member was also appointed to the committee that drafted amendments to the Constitution.

But the most obvious and consequential example was the recent referendum on the amendments, in the nation’s first post-Mubarak balloting. The amendments essentially call for speeding up the election process so that parliamentary contests can be held before September, followed soon after by a presidential race. That expedited calendar is seen as giving an advantage to the Brotherhood and to the remnants of Mr. Mubarak’s National Democratic Party, which have established national networks. The next Parliament will oversee drafting a new constitution.
Well, wouldn't you just love to be the Muslim Brotherhood and be in power to draft the new constitution of Egypt? I wonder what a shariah constitution would look like?

So what does all this mean? It could mean that the Muslim Brotherhood has effectively infiltrated the military at the highest levels and is simply using its influence to lay the groundwork for a seamless takeover of the country under the guise of a democratic process. It could also mean that the military has decided to keep its friends close, and its enemies even closer. Drawing the MB leadership into the open is a very effective way of setting them up for a fall. There is really no telling at this point which way this will go. But if I had to guess I'd say the MB is poised to seize control of Egypt.

How did this happen? Very simple. Because Odumbdumb decided to let Hosni Mubarak, the only stabilizing secular Arab leader in the region, piss in the wind. And why did he do this? Again, very simple. Odumbdumb's Middle East Policy has only one motivation: correcting what he sees as the historic mistake of the rebirth of Jewish sovereignty in Israel.

His administration has helped dislodge Mubarak, and has turned a blind eye to Hizbullah's effective takeover of the Lebanese government and military. His administration is ignoring Bashar Assad's repression of popular uprisings in Syria, while bombing the crap out of Libya, emboldening the rebels who are in part backed by...Iran.

And funny, who backs Hizbullah? Iran.

Who backs Bashar Assad? Iran.

Who backs Hamas? Iran.

Who has just made an agreement with Syria to open a naval base on its coast? Iran.

Who has stated again and again, while pushing full steam ahead with a nuclear weapons program, that Israel must be wiped off the map? Iran.

So would it seem that the White House has decided that the best bet for brining stability to the Middle East (which in Odumbdumb speak means a Middle East with no Israel) is to allow for the rise of Iranian hegemony? Sounds like an absolutely stupid idea, which means it's exceedingly likely the case.

But let's forget about Israel for a moment and take a look at the bigger picture. Saudi Arabia has essentially annexed Bahrain in an attempt to protect its borders and Sunni oil interests. At some point the Sunni world is going to have to decide whether its going to roll over to Iran, or fight back. Libya could be such a battleground. Clearly Saudi Arabia sees Bahrain as a potential war zone. Of course Saudi Arabia is the ultimate goal, being the home of Mecca. If the White House's actions are any indication the Saudi's can't expect any help from the United States. The White House seems to be in bed with Iran big time.

Maybe this is why the Russians are feverishly attempting to get the Saudis and the Israelis together. Iranian supremacy in the region is bad for all three. Survival makes for strange bed fellows. And some of them wear funny hats.

14 March 2011

The Itamar Murders: The Politicians

In yesterday's post you got to bear witness to the savagery of the Ishmaelite pig. He is a soulless beast who has but one lust that clearly overrides his other animal passions (rape, lynching homosexuals, and blowing things up): killing Jews.

Today witness the heartless ineptitude of the those leading the nation in deep mourning for the slain members of the Fogel family. Let us begin with hellenist high priest of baal, Ehud Barak.

As I mentioned yesterday, the fat faced rat-man was telling Israelis that it appeared that both Ruth and Udi Fogel struggled with the terrorists before being slain. But this is simply a lie.

This is Udi Fogel lying next to his three month-old daughter Hadas, both with their throats slashed.

Udi Fogel did not die struggling against his murderers. He was killed as he lay sleeping with his daughter.

Tzipi Livni, the enabler of the Ishmaelite pigs, crassly attacked Bibi Netanyahu for seemingly supporting a policy of issuing new building permits in Judea and Samaria every time a Jew is murdered by an arab. In her statement of condemnation she said:
"The price that the family paid is terrible and the 12-year-old orphan will remain with this heart-rending pain."
But there are three orphans of these murders, not one.

Now watch this pathetic, disgusting show put on by Israel's current excuse for Prime Minister, Bibi Netanyahu. I get sickened every time I watch this.

While a family grieves over the slaughter of their loved ones, this sanctimonious waffle offers nothing. "We know who we are dealing with?" Then why did the words "Palestinian state" ever come out of your spineless, lying mouth? If you knew who you were dealing with sir there would not be a peace process, there would be a war against the Ishmaelite pigs who occupy our land, teach their children to kill us, and slaughter our children.

A Torah Jew sees things so clearly. It is our land. We will not be separated from it. And rather than stand by her and tell the world the same, this equivocating hellenist can only postulate as to how to keep his flabby ass in the big chair.

How is it that the Defense Minister cannot see from a photograph that Uri Fogel died in his bed cradling his 3 month-old daughter? How is it that Tzipi Livni thinks there is only one Fogel orphan when there are three? How can the Prime Minister sit in the home of a family that was forced out of Gush Katif by his own party in 2005, which ultimately led to the slaughter of their kin, and speak utter nonsense about "they kill, we build"...a grievous lie since his own government has kept building frozen for over a year?

How? Because just like in America, these politicians have no ear for the people. What's worse is they are Jews who do not fear G-d. They are Jews who do not know, live, or trust in the Torah He gave us. If they did, Udi and Ruth Fogel and their three slain children (may HaShem avenge their blood!) would still be alive, because the Ishmaelite pigs who slaughtered them would not be living anywhere near them.

The Ishmaelite murderers, and the thousands in Arab towns in Judea, Samaria, and Aza who cheered and celebrated like rabid animals at the news of their murders are part of the modern face of Amalek, of whom HaShem commands:
“Remember what Amalek did to you on the way as you came out of Egypt, how he attacked you on the way when you were faint and weary, and cut off your tail, those who were lagging behind you, and he did not fear God. Therefore when the Lord your God has given you rest from all your enemies around you, in the land that the Lord your God is giving you for an inheritance to possess, you shall blot out the memory of Amalek from under heaven; you shall not forget."

13 March 2011

The Itamar Murders

This past Shabbat, Arabs passing themselves off as human beings broke into the home of Udi and Ruth Fogel, murdering them and three of their six children.

After failing to find anyone home next door, the Ishmaelite pigs came through the front window of the Fogel home, failing to notice one of the sleeping children on the couch. There are conflicting reports as to the events that took place. Initial reports from the lying pig high priest of baal, Ehud Barak, are that the parents struggled with their killers who brutally murdered them and three of their children: 11-year-old Yoav, four-year-old Elad, and three-month-old Hadas, whose throat was slashed.

I am publishing the pictures that were furnished by the family to the press so that you can see for yourselves the savagery of the Ishmaelites. These photos are graphic and disturbing, but I want you to look at them until the images are burned into your brains.

The murders were discovered by the Fogel's 12 year-old daughter, Tamar, after coming home from a youth gathering Shabbat evening. May it be Hashem's will that she and her surviving siblings, eight year-old Ro'ie, and two year-old Shai, live to see the day when the Ishmaelite savages are driven out of Eretz Yisrael.

Over the next few days I will have more commentary on this incident, why and how it happened, and what should be done about it.

May HaShem in His Mercy, receive these 5 souls and, with strict Justice, bring His retribution upon the murderers. Let their deaths not be in vain, awakening the conscience of the Jewish nation to stand up and say once and for all, in one voice, that this is our land and their is no place for the Arabs in it.