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Filed under: Israel vs. Hamas, Media, Middle East, War on Terror — Rick Moran @ 8:35 am

Isn’t this just like a terrorist? It’s not enough that they bomb and strafe orphanages and nurseries while mistaking a Happy-Go-Lucky Hamas fireworks show at a UN built school for a mortar pit. (Couldn’t they see those tubes were for firing off celebratory fireworks and not deadly mortars aimed at Israeli soldiers?)

The outrage of taking out this fireworks display was compounded when explosives meant only for display stored in the school were accidentally set off by the well meaning, but ill-trained Hamas fireworks technicians. Not only were several dozen innocent civilians killed but the annual “Salute to UN Anti-Semitism” festival had to be cancelled.

A pity, that.

Now those sneaky Jews have invented a new terrorist technique; the “Humanitarian Relief Attack” where trucks loaded with food and medicine are actually allowed into Gaza.

Is there no end to their perfidy? Have they no shame? I sense a trap:

Israel briefly paused its military operations in the Gaza Strip on Wednesday and said it planned to do so for three hours each day to allow for deliveries of humanitarian aid, as the Israeli cabinet met to consider how to respond to an Egyptian proposal for a more lasting ceasefire.

Military officials said operations would stop for three hours, between 1 pm and 4 pm local time each day, to give besieged Gaza residents an opportunity to emerge from their homes to seek food, fuel and other emergency supplies. Israel has allowed some aid deliveries since it began airstrikes Dec. 27 but relief workers said they have been unable to reach much of the population because of heavy fighting.

The opening of “humanitarian corridors” each day is meant to relieve a situation that international aid agencies say has reached crisis proportions.

We all know that if the shoe was on the other foot, those humanity loving jihadists from Hamas would bow to world opinion and allow relief supplies to their enemies. Allah be praised, the freedom fighters would no doubt show their softer side under such circumstances - such as when they kindly sharpen the blades of their knives before lopping off the heads of infidels.

In fact, Hamas has been dying to show the world their feminine side. Here’s Hamas spokesman Mahmoud Az-Zahar gushing about “victory” and how to show some good lovin’ to the Israelis:

The Hamas leader called to murder Israelis and Jews worldwide, including children. “The Israelis have sentenced their children to death… They have legitimized the killing of their people all over the world,” he said. Hamas’ platform calls for all Jews to convert to Islam or be killed, based on an Islamic saying (Hadith), and the group has not refrained from targeting children in the past.

Hamas will destroy synagogues and Jewish schools as well, Zahar said, just as Israel destroyed mosques in Gaza. Israel bombed several mosques used to store rockets and ammunition.

Zahar suggested Hamas was prepared to seek a ceasefire, saying Hamas would discuss “whatever is good for our people.” He issued a list of demands, saying any ceasefire must include a complete end to IDF counterterrorism activities, Hamas control of the Gaza coast and the opening of Israeli crossings.

There, you see? All Hamas wants is for the Israelis to stop picking on them. No need for “counterterrorism activities” when there’s no terrorism to counter. What’s a few suicide bombers among friends?

And the gentle care Hamas wants to take with Israeli children is touching, isn’t it? Almost makes me want to go hug Glenn Greenwald and tell him how sorry I am for ever having doubted his brilliance.

I think we should start showing a little more understanding and empathy toward these Hamas folks. There’s obviously been a great big misunderstanding. They are actually a very creative people with a hidden talent for putting on dramatic shows:

One more thing, speaking of pornography — we’ve all seen endless pictures of dead Palestinian children now. It’s a terrible, ghastly, horrible thing, the deaths of children, and for the parents it doesn’t matter if they were killed by accident or by mistake. But ask yourselves this: Why are these pictures so omnipresent? I’ll tell you why, again from firsthand, and repeated, experience: Hamas (and the Aksa Brigades, and Islamic Jihad, the whole bunch) prevents the burial, or even preparation of the bodies for burial, until the bodies are used as props in the Palestinian Passion Play. Once, in Khan Younis, I actually saw gunmen unwrap a shrouded body, carry it a hundred yards and position it atop a pile of rubble — and then wait a half-hour until photographers showed. It was one of the more horrible things I’ve seen in my life. And it’s typical of Hamas. If reporters would probe deeper, they’d learn the awful truth of Hamas. But Palestinian moral failings are not of great interest to many people.

Perhaps we should urge NBC to hire these guys in their show development department. With that kind of eye for the dramatic, they could bring the network several top ten series I’m sure.

Meanwhile, the terrorist Jews continue their unprovoked, unreasonable, and rather boring attacks on the tunnels that Hamas plays hide and go seek in, the buildings where Hamas leaders hold coffee klatches and knitting bees, and the military installations where the militants play cowboys and indians.

At least that’s the impression we get from the media. And the media wouldn’t supress information or make a lot of sh*t up just to make the evil Jews look bad now, would they?


  1. “And the media wouldn’t supress information or make a lot of sh*t up just to make the evil Jews look bad now, would they?”

    What confuses the hell out of me is that, for the most part, the American media is controlled by Jews. Why the self-immolation?

    Comment by lionheart — 1/7/2009 @ 9:33 am

  2. Rick, first let me wish you a very happy 55th. I am also from Streator and am a year behind you. May this year bring you continued success and happiness. Keep up the good fight and know that your efforts are not wasted on deaf ears. Drop over to nicedoggie.net if you get a chance, you will find many like-minded supporters who have had their fill of liberal incrementalism and hand-wringing appeasement. No hope/change plattitudes. Mostly pure, raw commentary from a Danish immigrant and a loyal band of Bible toting gun clingers with a cynical view of today’s current events. Your presence would be warmly received and relevant to our discourse. Looking forward to seeing you around and I hope you continue to post here on a regular basis.
    Your neighbor, fan and friend,

    Comment by FM Woods — 1/7/2009 @ 9:53 am

  3. Lionheart

    What confuses the hell out of me is that, for the most part, the American media is controlled by Jews. Why the self-immolation?

    The media always seems to be controlled by someone in direct opposition to whatever blog I’m reading at the time. It’s probably one of the only real constants that exists on the interweb.

    Comment by Chuck Tucson — 1/7/2009 @ 11:55 am

  4. Chuck:

    President of CBS- Les Moonves (Jew)
    President of Viacom- Sumner Redstone (Jew)
    President of CBS- Jeff Zucker (Jew)
    President of ABC- David Westin (Jew)
    President of Time-Warner- Jeff Bewkes (Jew)
    President of Disney- Robert Iger (Jew)
    President of Sony Pictures- Michael Lynton (Jew)
    President of Time Magazine- Norman Pealstine (Jew)
    President of Newsweek- David Graham (Jew)
    President of US News and World Report- Mort Zuckerman (Jew)

    How’s that for a real constant?

    Comment by lionheart — 1/7/2009 @ 1:20 pm

  5. Oops, Jeff Zucker is president of NBC.

    Comment by lionheart — 1/7/2009 @ 1:21 pm

  6. Chuck,

    “The media always seems to be controlled by someone in direct opposition to whatever blog I’m reading at the time. It’s probably one of the only real constants that exists on the interweb.”

    You say this a lot - then again media bias is trotted out a lot - even by me. You don’t think the media is significantly biased?

    It seems to me lefties have a problem with the media because it doesn’t push a leftist agenda hard enough (e.g., impeach Chimpy Bushitler now!, aren’t more knowledgeable than the CIA in knowing there were no weapons of mass destruction, and actually occasionally allow conservatives air time to spread their ‘lies’, etc). Righties usually complain about double standards and specific narratives and agendas that are left-leaning that get pushed by the media - basically that the media isn’t objective enough.

    Comment by Bald Ninja — 1/7/2009 @ 1:39 pm

  7. Lionheart,

    Wow, I guess you’re right. Should we start calling it the Jew Controlled Media now? You know, instead of the Main Stream Media?

    Why do you think the Jew Controlled Media loves liberals and Palestinians so much? It’s weird that this Jew Controlled Media isn’t more Pro-Israeli, considering how the Jews run it, and they’re so Jewish all the time? You’d think that the Jew Controlled Media would be as objective as possible because objectivity automatically paints Israel in a shiny white light because they’re right.

    Unfortunately, all I get from this Jew Controlled Media are these lame Palestinian sob story propaganda pieces. These Jews don’t make any sense.

    Comment by Chuck Tucson — 1/7/2009 @ 1:49 pm

  8. Chuck:

    “Why do you think the Jew Controlled Media loves liberals and Palestinians so much”

    That was my original question, you dumb-shit.

    Comment by lionheart — 1/7/2009 @ 4:06 pm

  9. hmm… maybe they are American’s and not Israeli’s, hell there are Israeli Muslim’s that are very happy being Israeli’s, I had one for a Professor and he was a very proud Israeli who happened to be Muslim, most American Jew’s did not come from Israel they came from Europe. Though I do see issue with you as well on the allegiance thing, they are the media though… C’est la vie!

    Comment by jambrowski — 1/7/2009 @ 4:19 pm

  10. Why isn’t the Jewish controlled media more pro-Israel?

    Perhaps for the same reason a white 40 year old male posted a comment at PJ Media today which said that it’s time the GOP turned itself over to the “ethnic population” if it wants to be a success.

    It’s called self-hate. It happens when a person tries too hard to be liked and admired. A person who adopts a facade for fame and money lives in guilt when he realizes he’s sold his soul. So he alleviates his guilt by criticizing the man he once was, or the group he belonged to.

    White people have been degraded so often for the past several years that young white males would rather be black gangsta rappers.

    Anything foreign, anything anti-American is hip. Plenty of people are just geared to think Parisians are “better” than Americans because they speak French. Whatever. It’s a disease.

    Comment by sara in va — 1/7/2009 @ 6:06 pm

  11. Lionheart:

    That was my original question, you dumb-shit.

    Right on, I was just getting on board with your ideas. Every time I read something from this Jew Controlled Media, I’m constantly amazed that it’s not pro Israel. I mean, it’s almost like these Jews that run everything actually WANT me to feel sorry for the terrorists. Democratically elected terrorists, no less.

    I don’t know what their game is, but the Jew Controlled Media has another thing coming if they expect me to buy into this terrorist sympathy propaganda crap. Israel needs to crush more skulls and blow up more buildings. Maybe then the Jew Controlled Media in the US will start to come around and see the Palestinians for what they are; terrorists, terrorist enablers, and little kids who will grow up to be terrorists.

    I’m with you. Furthermore, I was thinking about this Palestinian reservation idea. I’m on board with that too. Turn Gaza into a Palestinian reservation (after they kill all the terrorists, of course). Then, all you have to do is truck in alcohol and set up a casino or two and it’s goodbye terrorism, hello western style blue jeans, and prosperity!

    I find your ideas intriguing and if you have a newsletter, I’d love to subscribe to it.

    Comment by Chuck Tucson — 1/7/2009 @ 6:27 pm

    Rightly or wrongly, Israel is getting much less popular support from average Americans.

    Some Americans believe that Israel is an aggressive terror state.
    Some Americans believe the Israeli retaliation is “disproportionate”.
    Some Americans believe American interests are poorly served by this Israeli retaliation.

    Israeli leaders recognize this shift in American public opinion and it makes them nervous. Israel needs the support of its biggest and most loyal ally to survive in such a hostile neighborhood. In other words, Israel cannot afford to lose the public relations battle being waged over American popular opinion and survive. Without American support Israel would eventually have to compromise with the terrorists in the region.

    To prevent the further erosion of American public opinion towards Israel they (Israeli leaders) have decided it is necessary to show their “humanitarian” side. This gesture is designed to prevent a further erosion of American public support for Israel and its current actions.

    Comment by bs jones — 1/7/2009 @ 7:36 pm

  13. Don’t sweat it folks! Joe the plumber is off to Haifa to spread the real news!

    Should be as successful as Rick’s rant’s here. Because seriously, smart conservatives can re-create Hollywood (into massive losses) just as Joe can report on Gaza from Tel Aviv!

    Stupid is as…..

    Comment by Davebo — 1/7/2009 @ 8:01 pm

  14. And for sara in va ///

    The first port I hit in 1986 after bombing Lybia was Cannes France.

    We were infuriated! Especially after France refused US Air Force flyover rights,

    Yet I couldn’t buy a drink for three days.

    It seems the French (as much as I often despise them) aren’t as lock stop in agreement as you are with the US.

    Refreshing actually.

    But I still dread the occasional business trip to Paris. Then again, Paris isn’t Cannes, or St Tropez, or St Rapheal.

    Comment by Davebo — 1/7/2009 @ 8:06 pm

  15. It’s not that I didn’t know that there were so many totally ignorant folks in the US. Heck, I grew up in East Texas.

    It’s just that the internet provides for such broadcast capabilities.

    Comment by Davebo — 1/7/2009 @ 8:09 pm

  16. Jambrowski,

    Good thought, but most of the Jews I know are Jewish first, and American second. This is not a bad thing… most people of ANY faith believe that the proper order is God, Country, Family. I’m sortof agnostic (want to believe, but want proof, and can’t find it), so for me, it’s Country, Family, Me.

    Sara thinks that it’s self-hate- maybe, but I have so many liberal Jewish friends, and I have never seen any evidence of that on a personal level- maybe it manifests itself at a deeper level than I can see, or they are willing to reveal.

    The media bias against Israel is truly a mystery to me.

    Comment by lionheart — 1/7/2009 @ 8:17 pm

  17. Obviously the Israelis will be painted in the bleakest picture possible, because if a AP reporter ( who has the “obligation”) embedded with Hamas were to give a report negative to the real terrorist then said reporter would suddenly find himself kidnapped and torture then his body would be delivered to HQ in a baggy. Does anyone remember Bernard Shaw in Baghdad in the 1st Gulf war… total Hussein tool just to get air time.

    Comment by col.smeag — 1/7/2009 @ 10:18 pm

  18. This ’self-hate’, white males are in the dumpster is just nonsense. Just an urban legend trying to ‘explain’ liberals. Same what the lefties do trying to ‘explain’ conservatives. I

    Comment by funny man — 1/7/2009 @ 11:28 pm

  19. bs jones,

    Israel cannot afford to lose the public relations battle being waged over American popular opinion and survive.

    It’s been amazing to watch first hand how the Israeli propaganda machine as been ‘infiltrating’ social networking and news aggregate sites. I’ve never seen anything like it. I guess it’s necessary for them to do it in the long run to keep the American cash and military hardware flowing, but it’s starting to get really really obnoxious, even to people who support them.

    I get it already. Hamas is a terrorist organization. A malignant cancer operating inside a benign cancer operating inside a tiny chunk of land. So, in order to remove the cancer, you have to take some of the healthy tissue too. But in this case, there is no healthy tissue. Just terrorists, future terrorists, and the people who support and enable them. That’s makes them spending my tax dollars to kill people seem so noble.

    Comment by Chuck Tucson — 1/8/2009 @ 11:02 am

  20. I have 2 faq type questions:

    1) How can I quote another comment like Chuck Tuscon did in comment 19?

    2) Why is the there a lag time between my submitting a comment and when it is actually posted?

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Try left clicking and highlighting the section you want to quote and then copy and paste to the comment box. Highlight again and clickon “b-quote” above.

    And I moderate all comments which means I look at them before posting just to make sure no one tries to slip in really bad obscenities or hate speech. There are times when I am busy and it takes several hours to get back and moderate the comments.\


    Comment by bs jones — 1/8/2009 @ 2:16 pm

  21. Try left clicking and highlighting the section you want to quote and then copy and paste to the comment box. Highlight again and clickon “b-quote” above.

    I can do the cut and paste.
    I can highlight the text again.
    To my embarrassment, I don’t see “b-quote” and can’t click on it.

    OK - try this: at the beginning of the quote put this tag (I have to spell it out or it won’t appear)

    “less than” (< ) symbol then type "blockquote" followed by "greater than" (>)

    At the end of the quote:

    “less than” (< ) followed by slash (/) followed by "blockquote" followed by "greater than" (>)


    Those tags work on wordpress so they should work in the comments.


    Comment by bs jones — 1/8/2009 @ 3:52 pm

  22. Just wanted to try it:

    I can do the cut and paste.
    I can highlight the text again.
    To my embarrassment, I don’t see “b-quote” and can’t click on it.

    Comment by lionheart — 1/12/2009 @ 8:39 am

  23. Does the bold tags work too?

    Comment by lionheart — 1/12/2009 @ 8:40 am

  24. No matter what Israel does it will be wrong and terrible as far as most of the world sees it–thats simply the way things are. Any objective observer can see this. Israel is like Bush in that respect–everything he does is wrong, also! You know the line. True, is in the eye of the beholder! Bits make up the whole and it takes time for the bits to come together. Only history can judge.

    Comment by Ron Russell — 1/12/2009 @ 11:10 am

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