Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Ziobile in Australia, Ziobullets in Palestine

What the letters editor of The Australian deemed fit to print in yesterday's defecation:

"What is happening to the Middle East is a microcosm of what militant Muslims have in store for the entire world if they get their way. That is a caliphate devoted to the laws of Islam and the Koran. It rings true that when the Arab nations learn to love their children more than they hate so-called disbelievers, then the guns will be silent and peace will reign. Until then we had better perfect the art of warfare against these terrorists and their affiliates whose global tentacles are increasingly conspicuous everywhere." Aviva Rothschild, Caulfield, Vic

Note the twist on Golda Meir's old propaganda line:

"We can forgive the Arabs for killing our children. We cannot forgive them for forcing us to kill their children. We will only have peace with the Arabs when they love their children more than they hate us."

BTW, here's the latest example of Arabs forcing Israelis to kill their children:

"Israeli soldiers murdered a Palestinian schoolgirl, unarmed, threatening no one. Israel called her a knife-wielding terrorist, the Big lie it repeats ad nauseam. Eyewitnesses called her a 'terrified' young girl. One said she was surrounded by 7 or 8 soldiers. They 'checked her belongings in a schoolbag,' he said. 'She looked like she was around 14 years old. She went through a metal detector. In the school bag they found nothing and asked her, 'Where's the knife?' She said, 'I don't have a knife.' Then they fired between her legs. She was terrified and moved back half a meter. She raised her arms in the air (again) saying 'I don't have a knife.' Then they shot 8 to 10 bullets, but I don't know exactly who was shooting. Then she fell on the ground.' Other eyewitnesses said soldiers prevented medical help from arriving to try saving her." (Netanyahu's latest ethnic cleansing scheme: forcibly displacing East Jerusalem Arab residents, Stephen Lendman, sjlendman.blogspot.com, 26/10/15)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

That letter is a disgrace. Anyone know what the Press Council position is on publication of letters? This is clearly hate speech, so perhaps the Racial Discrimination Commissioner? Any ideas of what might work?