Sunday, April 5, 2009

Cats and Arabs and the USS Liberty

Cats and Arabs and the USS Liberty... and Disgusting Jewish Supremacism

1. Obadiah Shoher is the pen name of a “veteran politician” who left the USSR for Israel. He has a website called Sampson Blinded which expresses in very clear prose the bigoted notions we see in the likes of those such as Judea Pearl who is hard at work, as is Abe Foxman, trying to establish the claim that to be anti-Zionist is to be anti-Semitic.

Why did Shoher name his blog (and a book he authored) “Sampson Blinded?” Biblical Samson, blinded by the Philistines, killed thousands of them in (a) suicide attack. Israeli nuclear weapons are aptly called the Samson Option.

How lovely. At least we know now who it was who invented suicide missions in the region.

Mr. Shoher does not think that Jews should just engage in suicide attacks. Rather, he believes they should be much more on the offensive. Among the tactics he endorses is the murder of POWs. He acknowledges that Israel has killed ” a lot” of Arab POW’s and he approves. Red text below is my emphasis.

Jews need not be perfect, but rather normal, and that includes committing normal atrocities. Yes, we did attack some UN buildings, and have no qualms about that. Even more, in many areas IDF soldiers received an order to shoot at everything that moves, cats and Arabs included. Still more, when IDF was the IDF, we used to kill POWs, and a lot of them. Not some right-wingers, because the commanders were all leftists, but mainstream Jewish soldiers killed scores of Syrian and Egyptians POWs. I can justify the killing on religious grounds or by necessity, but that would be superfluous. Yes, we killed POWs like every other nation did, including Americans, Canadians, and Australians. The Egyptians screamed after a silly Israeli movie showed IDF massacring their POWs, and Israeli establishment wrung their hands that that is just a movie, a fantasy. Now, there is no fantasy in my words: we indeed killed a lot of Egyptian POWs, especially in 1967, less in 1973.

I have no problem with that.

Gee, I’m really seeing now the pearls of wisdom in Judea Pearl’s assertion that to be anti-Zionist is to be anti-Semitic. It’s nice to see that Shoher can justify murder on “religious grounds.” In main-stream-media-speak when talking of things Judaic this kind of attitude is called “ultra-nationalism.” I’m sure some of you might be able to come up with more accurate appellations. The above quote, btw, is from his post called “The Jewish Way of War” though the headline on the post is a less utlra-nationalistic phrase: “War, Our Style.”

Elsewhere he tells us: There is no reason to be Jewish other than being religious.

And we also learn that Jews are better than the rest of us.

Why take on the Jewish nationalism rather than any other? Because Jews are smarter, more ethical than any other nation. But most importantly - because Jews are different. Many people just want to be different from those around them, and Jewishness is a scientific theory which establishes such difference. I, for one, never felt any attachment to the Christian crowds around me.

2. Phil Tourney is one of the countless victims of people who think exactly like Obadiah Shoher and Judea Pearl. Phil is a USS Liberty survivor who about a year ago decided he had had enough and decided to call Israel out on the carpet for its brutal attack on the USS Liberty in 1967 which resulted in the deaths of 34 American sailors and the wounding of over 170 more. Phil has a weekly two-hour radio show on RBN that runs each Saturday morning from 10am to noon Central Time. The show is dedicated to the sailors on that ship. You can listen live on the Internet and, if you pay the whopping sum of $1.33 a month, you can download past shows from the archives.

Below is an excerpt of Phil on a rant during part of last week’s show. Worth listening to for the honest, heart-felt quality of his discourse.

Listen to Phil here.

Source article is here.

P.S. After learning all that I've learned about Zionism, Judeaism and Jews since 9/11/2001, I thank God I was not born Jewish. That culture is such a deep pit --and ever deepening-- to climb out of. I sure am glad I don't have their karma... and I pray for justice. Does that make me “anti-Semitic”?… the question is rhetorical.

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