Sunday, February 10, 2008

Don't Blame the Kassams!

Kassams don't act independenly. They have no minds of their own. They aren't even animals and certainly not human.

Headlines like these really push my buttons:





Kassams are deadly rockets, invented, built and launched by Arab Terrorists!! The rockets didn't attack anyone; the Arab terrorists did!

And if we're getting into blame, let's think about why the Arab terrorists continue to attack us without any fear of retribution.

The fault lies with the Israeli Government, Judicial and media who have conspired to lull the public into believing that it's possible to "make peace" with terrorists whose unabashed aim is our destruction, G-d forbid.

From the earliest days of the "Zionist dream," its leaders have attempted to create a "new Jew." Unfortunately they have been very successful.

The Israeli Government, Judicial and media have brainwashed the Israeli public to believe that we, innocent, idealistic, loyal Jews are the enemy.

Instead of destroying the terrorists, they're out to destroy us. The Israeli judges punish us more harshly than it punishes terrorists.

The politicians, military and media discuss how to live under the reign of terror, rather than destroying the Arab terrorism.

Things have to change, or they will only get worse.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well said Batya. This kind of reporting drives me crazy.
As long as most Israelis accept it - nothing will change.

Batya said...

Thanks
I hope I'm not banging my head against the wall. It hurts.

Anonymous said...

Blaming the Kassams means you can't do anything about it. It's like complaining about the sun being too hot.
Blaming the Arabs means answering the question: So nu, why aren't you doing anything about it?

Batya said...

Excellent point. Thank you

Anonymous said...

Well, that's why us Jews have hard heads, isn't it?
Sooner or later the wall will break...hopefully before your head (and ours)explodes.

Batya said...

Quoting Man of La Mancha's Sancho:
"If the pitcher hits the stone, or the stone hits the pitcher, it's going to be bad for the pitcher."

I'd like a softer wall, one that listens.