Thursday, December 08, 2005

UN schizophrenia

According to the UN, Israel does not in fact exist. Kofi Annan present when paying hommage to the psychopaths who blow up Jews. And showing a map of the land West of Jordan (you know, where Israel can be found if you don't live in UN-land), with Israel missing.

But then you have some
condemning, bashing and lambasting to do in the General Assembly. Who better to use as target than Israel, even though only a month ago it surrendered Gaza to the barbarians?

Please note that NO European country voted against, or even abstained. They all voted along with the Arab/Non-Aligned voting block.

Wednesday, December 07, 2005

Insanity takes all forms

Yesterday I commented on the refusal by Israel and the West to act on Iran's nuclear aspirations. I called it a wilful act of self-destruction.

Part of the same mindset to treat psychopaths the way you would like to be treated is also to be found in Stephen Spielberg's new movie about the massacre of 11 Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympics in 1972. Ben Shapiro
comments in Townhall:
Spielberg told Time that "Tony Kushner and I and the actors did not demonize anyone in the film. We don't demonize our targets. They're individuals. They have families." This is the problem: Today's left, and the Hollywood left in particular, sees everyone as human. Hitler was an individual; Hitler had a family. Presumably, Hitler's mother was fond of him as a child. Hitler had a woman who loved him. He liked animals. Does this make Hitler less of a demon?

Does it make him more worthy of sympathy? It does not. Certain people deserve to be demonized, because demonization is simply an accurate portrayal of their evil. The terrorists who slaughtered 11 Israeli Olympic athletes deserve no sympathy -- they deserve the hatred of moral people the world over.
This is so to the point. We can understand and empathize with a homicidal child molester as much as we like, but we need to do anything and everything it takes to make sure we and our children are safe.

We need to make sure Iran does not obtain nukes.

We need to stop psychopath from attacking us at every opportunity.

Spielberg seems to be one of those many Jews who thinks the Holocaust was a one-of. We're safe now. The world has changed. We have Israel now. At worst, it is a war of words now.
Five wars started by the Arab nations seem to mean nothing to him. The war of attrition AKA Intifada means nothing to him. So he hires as scripter for "Munich" a man who stated:
"...the establishment of the State of Israel "for the Jewish people a historical, moral, political calamity … I wish the modern Israel hadn't been born."
Joseph Farah of WorldNetDaily also commented on "Munich". When Spielberg names intransigence as the biggest problem in the (ME)region, Farah states:
To accuse the Israelis of "intransigence" is about as big a lie as one can tell.

The problem in the Middle East, ultimately, is that one side seeks to destroy the other.

Can anyone deny that the Arabs still seek to destroy Israel and eradicate every Jew from the Middle East?

On the other hand, Israelis do not seek to destroy their enemies in the Middle East. If they sought to do so, they have the capability of doing it. They have possessed that capability for a long time. They have never used it. In fact, they have been a model of restraint even when faced with the possibility of defeat and destruction themselves.

The real danger in the Middle East, to which Spielberg appears oblivious, is that we are nearing a time when the Arabs will have for the first time the ability to destroy Israel.

That is the real thriller on our horizon.

Instead, Spielberg has chosen to make a movie about the past, about the balance of terror that has kept the quest for peace and freedom in the Middle East at an intractable impasse.

Coming very soon, the Muslim powers that have both persecuted the Jews and oppressed the Arabs will have within their arsenal weapons of mass destruction that could destroy Israel.

Will they sit on them the way the Israelis have for more than 40 years?

I don't think so. I doubt Steven Spielberg believes that. I don't know anyone in their right mind who would want to take that chance.
On Spielberg's remark about intransigence, Shapiro comments:
In a sense, this is true -- but only in the same sense in which Polish intransigence in failing to immediately surrender to Hitler was the cause of World War II. The Arab-Israeli conflict is not all that complicated, despite the "nuanced" gloss leftists like Spielberg wish to place upon it. One population, the Jews, wish to live in peace and security in their homeland -- and they have repeatedly demonstrated, to the point of insanity, their desire to be left alone (see Oslo Accords). Another population, the Arab population, wishes to throw the Jews out of their homeland and into the sea, and will brook no compromise in pursuit of that goal.

Are there human beings on both sides? Of course there are. But every human conflict involves human beings. Only human beings are capable of moral evil, because only human beings are capable of moral choice. Evil doesn't make someone subhuman -- it makes them all too human in their decision to exercise free will in pursuit of wickedness. Just because we are all human does not mean all of our behavior deserves the same moral treatment.
This is the core of the problem for the humanists among the Jews: The Arabs, and their fellow muslims look so human. Well, they ARE. They have also declared themselves the implacable, genocidal enemy of the Jews. Only a human could do this. Hitler did it. As Shapiro says, HIS mother surely loved him. Hitler had a sense of humor, liked good music and food, and had a woman who loved him. In 1940, to shoot him in the head at point blank with a shotgun - in front of all his friends if need be - would seem like a barbaric thing to do. But in fact it would have been the ONLY rational thing to do, had we've had the opportunity.

Spielberg made Schindler's List. No sympathy for Amon Goetz there. The Jews HE murdered were really innocent. But the Jews that Ali Hassan Salameh slaughtered, well, they were Israeli's. Apparently, by defintion not innocent, even to another Jew like Spielberg. And so their executioners are worthy of understanding, sympathy, respect even?

Spielberg is the type of Jew who, as the gas is pouring from the ceiling, is wondering what he's done to deserve this. Nice, sympathetic, but clueless. And his screenwriter Kushner, well, he would have been chairman of the Judenrat.

Monday, December 05, 2005

Time is running out

According to this article in the Jeruzalem Post, Iran is only months away from aquirin nukes:
IAEA chairman Muhammad ElBaradei on Monday confirmed Israel's assessment that Iran is only a few months away from creating an atomic bomb.

If Teheran indeed resumed its uranium enrichment in other plants, as threatened, it will take it only "a few months" to produce a nuclear bomb, El-Baradei told The Independent.
This is even more sinister than it appears, as it is one of the world's worst appeasers (or co-conspirators if you are so inclined to suspect) making the statement.

It is not news however. Several Arab countries (for convenience's sake counting Iran among them) have for years, decades even, been trying to obtain nuclear weapons one way or another.

Irak was bombed by Israel after France (under the direct supervision of then-foreign affairs minister Chirac) gave them the technology.

Libya recently decided to surrender her nuclear technology, and the world was astounded by the level of sophistication Khadaffi had achieved.

And the Al-Baradei's club, the IAEA, has been 'discussing' this issue with the Mad Mullahs (tm) for years now, effectively running interference for them, stopping anyone else from taking actual, effective action.

Iran's nuclear progress is not news. And in a morbid, sick kind of way, I can't wait anymore for them to aquire their coveted nukes. It must be a case of the tension getting to be too much, anything, even a nuclear holocaust is better than just waiting.

One thing about me you need to know. I hate hypocrisy worse than almost anything else. And I want to see what Israel will do when (not if) Iran puts its nuclear sword on the table. Or lends it to someone else.

I want to see what happens when a nuke explodes in Tel Aviv. The Jews have given up their right to a long life expectancy, and in the longer run, so has the rest of the civilized world. By allowing the insane asylum known as Iran to get their hands on nuclear weapons, with intentions in black and white, they have forfeited not only membership to the club of rational nations, they have disbanded that very club.

This is Darwinism at work. And the West has shown it does not have what it takes to survive.
By allowing itself to be invaded, annexed and converted to Islam.
By letting the Arab- and Third World-tun UN decide business as usual.
And by allowing nukes into the hands of psychopathic madmen.

When I say I want to see what happens, I do not mean I want to witness the death of a million Jews.

I want to see confirmed, once again, that the world does not care. At best. Because the RATIONAL thing to do with Iran would be to carpet-bomb the country into oblivion. And the willful ignoring of these 7th century barbarians getting their hands on 20th century WMD's is nothing less than an act of self-destruction. By Israel primarily, but by any Western country in general.

Daniel Pipes comments this way on Israel's enduring appeasement of the Islamic barbarians:
Since 1992, Israel's hapless leaders have followed a policy of appeasement in the hopes that "timely concessions to disgruntled nations whose grievances had some legitimacy [would succeed in] … defusing difficulties and promoting peace and goodwill."

But, in a perpetually relevant comment dating to the dark days of 1940,
Winston Churchill warned that "An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile, hoping it will eat him last." The U.N. crocodile has shown it is satiated but briefly by Israel, returning after each "painful concession" with an even more voracious appetite. Will Israelis ever again understand that wars are won through victory, not retreat?
Jews were mass-murdered by the Germans 60 years ago. Many had had an option to flee before the Holocaust started, many others had an opportunity to resist. Very few took either of those options, and millions let themselves be slaughtered like lambs.

It seems to me like the Jews still haven't gotten rid of the slave mentality that has been carried over from centuries - if not millennia - of persecution and oppression. Perhaps they never will.

But if there's a time for the Jews to throw off the yoke of the US and Europe, and do what is necessary and right, that time is now.