New rules however: I won't be publishing ANY more hasbara-type comments...nor will I spit-and-spat with any spoiled argumentative jewish children that refuse to listen or are trying to make "points" by defending israhell or judaism in general. I don't have the time...and my patience is running out. From now on, what I write is what I write. If you have a problem with it...tough. If you have legitimate contrary points to make...I will listen. But I will not be dragged into long, drawn out conversations that lead nowhere. This is not a forum. This is my opinion....my site.
I realize this sounds a bit "my-way-or-the-highway-ish" but as I have said many times before...tough shit. You don't like it? Move on.
That being said...
New rule number two: This one is for ME to follow. I won't be trying to come to anyone else's defense. I am apparently not very good at it anyway. And it countermands what I also have been hammering on about here for quite a while. And that is that we all have more important things to fight, than each other. So I will not allow myself to become party to any more "he-said-she-said" activities out here. It doesn't pay. In my recent little episode I felt a little like Lennon must have, after his comment about Beatles and Christ. "...wrong or taken wrong, then all this". So, as I'm sure he WISHED he could have said, "forget about it and get over yourselves".
I truly want to continue this effort now...in these exciting times. As I am sure you are aware, today Abbas delivered the 3-part bid for Palestinian Statehood. The shit is going to hit the fan. Israhell and the jewish neocons that have taken over the United Snakes, stand embarrassed in front of the Gentile world. And it is going to get worse...very soon. Veto or not...both the US and the knesset understand that this bid cannot be stopped...even by them. I am reveling in all this. I haven't heard this amount of good news for many a moon. And I think few but the ashkanazi realize the depth of what this means.
Although I tend to side more with Hamas in these issues...that is to say that I believe the zionist state of israhell should be dismantled altogether... I also understand that the jews in Palestine will not be budged without a fight. We all know what happens when you corner a rat. And they have the weaponry; the hubris; and the blood-lust to show you. Some horse's asses in the world do not understand when they are not wanted. So as with the spoiled brat...they will not be disciplined without screaming bloody murder. There will be blood. Already a Palestinian has been killed by the IDF this morning over this development. There will be much more. But contrary to O-bomb-a's plea from yesterday...this is not about "peace". Not peace-at-any-cost. This is about true freedom and JUSTICE.
One of my readers likened the situation very aptly to a man that has been caught red-handed, cheating on his wife. He pleads with his spouse not to take this dirty laundry to divorce court...begging to "talk about it" instead.
If nutty-yahoo and our steppin-fetchit leader are sooooo concerned about "peace" and feel that a UN statehood bid is not the way to achieve it...well, I guess I would ask wherein lies the harm of the attempt to do so?
Well, of course, neither of those leaders want justice OR peace for Palestine. As with the cheating husband...they don't want the dirty laundry of their inhuman punishment and war crimes being aired to the world, or taken legitimately to an international war-crimes court. Which is exactly what is going to happen. I couldn't be happier if "I'm-a-dinner-jacket" actually DID push the jews into the Mediterranean. We are going to see red jewish faces and red jewish asses... even in the jewish press. They won't be able to spin this story. Things are what they are. The world will finally understand. I am confident in this. And HALLELUIAH!... it is heaven to see those zionist hebes begging for a change. I'm sure it isn't easy for them.
Shakespeare taught us many things through the characters he created. One such...was Lady Macbeth. I was fortunate to have seen his "Scottish Play" last summer at the Globe theater in London.
Although I have seen countless treatments of the play, this character's greed and boldness never really hit home with me like it did on that warm summer's evening. I thought then about the cold calculation of those that choose to tread down that path, within this human sphere of possibilities. The one that those that follow judaism have always chosen. As in that play..the outcome will be bloody. Bloody for all concerned. But especially for those that chose that trail to begin with. The "chosen" ones. They too will not be able to wash those damned spots from their murdering hands.
As far as the mouthing of disgusting zionism that the U.S. puppet feebly attempted in the UN yesterday...I reference another of Shakespeare's ill-fated women, Queen Gertrude, and observe that: "The Lady doth protest too much, methinks".
So I say, revel in these times. Enjoy if only for the moment, the point at which the tide turns. For it is an ill wind indeed...
I am back although I never really left. We all need to encourage this change that we see beginning before us. I cannot allow petty squabbles to dissuade my efforts especially in these interesting times. So like it or lump it...I have chosen to forge on, hell or high water. And I wish for neither.