By Mark Neckameyer
March 06, 2008
I was just now watching TV showing "citizens" of Palestine
romping and cheering in the streets, firing guns in the air celebrating
that two of their extremist, going to heaven to get virgins,
gunmen killed seven defenseless Israeli students. I know that
not all extremists are Muslim but it sure seems like all Muslim
nations, the adult men there anyway, can certainly be classed
In Saudi Arabia they flog,
stone and behead people for wearing the wrong kind of clothes.
Indonesian Muslims regularly murder their ethnic Chinese countrymen,
the madmen of Iran and Afghanistan are well known and even the
Muslims in Africa; Kenya and Darfur delight in murder, mayhem
and ethnic cleansing. Even in Pakistan daughters are murdered
for not marrying the grooms chosen for them and many Muslim groups
disfigure women by removing their sensitive female parts to ensure
fidelity. The Iraqis, our buddies now, are just a decade or
so away from poison gassing Kurds and tossing people into wood
I am reminded that when the Japanese in 1941 killed a thousand
or so of our boys at Pearl Harbor we fire bombed their cities
and nuked Hiroshima and Nagasaki ... We probably killed a couple
million Japanese soldiers and civilians and they have behaved
well ever since. If Israeli defense policy was up to me today
I would obliterate every school K through college in Palestine.
Don't they use Disney style characters to teach hate in their
schools anyway? With my plan that would not be a concern any
longer; no more schools, no more students, one generation of
peace guaranteed. Today's abomination cannot go unpunished and
the people out there in the streets celebrating have got to learn
what war is really about.
Received March 06, 2008 - Published
March 06, 2008
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