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Thursday, November 9, 2006

Honestly, I don't care!

Yes, that's right!
I don't care that a bunch of Arabs were killed as a result of Israeli shelling of Beit Hanun. There's a war going on, and their side is the aggressor!

What's good for the goose is good for the gander. If it really bothers them that they lost some civilians, then they can just stop attacking us. But it's more Damned if we do, damned if we don't, they'll justify their attacks against us.

More so, I'm highly offended that the world is only concerned about Arab loss. Do you hear such a fuss and bother when our civilians are murdered by proud, unrepentant Arab terrorists? No you don't.

I'm sick and tired of all these journalists, politicians and self-proclaimed experts in morality getting all upset, because some Arabs were killed. There is proof that the "Palestinians" use human shields to protect armed gunmen and rocket
launching crews

Why doesn't the world, including Israel, recognize the truth? It's all part of the Arab plan to demonize us. And unfortunately, Israel is governed by some insecure bleeding-hearts who are too quick at the draw to commit hari kari.

We have nothing to apologize for!


josh said...

Amen. It is so rare that we stand up for for actions. The first rule of hasbara is a clear and consistant message. 'We' rarely provide one. After any attack, we first announce that 'we regret the loss of life caused by terrorists using civilian areas to launch attacks, and will start an investigation into what happened.

The first rule of any car accident is to never, ever admit that you are guilty, even if you are. 'We' always run to the goyim to apologize, as if it matters, and even without checking first. - please see A-Dura myth.

muse said...

Israel's message is more:
"Hit me!"