Sunday, October 31, 2004

France wishes for dignity, freedom for Arafat

The French are always at the forefront of vileness. So it should come as no surprise that the
French Foreign Minister Michel Barnier Sunday urged Israel to restore Palestinian Authority chairman Yaser Arafat's freedom of movement once he is treated, saying it "was not dignified" to keep the Palestinian leader under siege in Ramallah.
"Not dignified". I don't know about you, but for me it's not that hard to keep in mind that Arafat is the leader of the PLO, and has been almost since its inception. The man is directly responsible for thousands and thousands of Israeli and Jewish dead. He is also responsible for thousands of his own people dying, in and around Israel, Jordan and Lebanon. There are few monsters in the twentieth century that are more atrocious than Arafat. They can be counted on the fingers of two hands. But Barnier says:
"Yasser Arafat is the legitimate head of the Palestinian Authority, of the Palestinian people," said Barnier. "It is totally normal that he is being examined in our country and we welcome him."
It is indeed normal that France would be happy to host a psychopath like this. After all, Khomeini was a welcome guest for years there too.

It speaks volumes that the Palestinian Arabs
'elected' this abomination as their leader.

Dignified? Arafat deserves a fate worse than
this. To have his skull kicked in and be beaten to a bloody pulp by a mob of screaming maniacs. Too bad only his own minions would qualify for the job.


Post a Comment

<< Home