Friday, September 12, 2008


This is one reason why I don't take the "War on Terror" seriously:

The U.S. is planning to issue a letter guaranteeing the country will back agreements reached during current Israeli-Palestinian negotiations aimed at creating a Palestinian state before President Bush leaves office in January, WND has learned.

So, we're in a global war against terrorists (culture, ideology, and religion withheld to protect the guilty, as per the PC Code of Ethics), and as a demonstration of our resolve, our government wholeheartedly supports the formation of a terrorist state on Israeli soil, headed by the Palestinian Authority, which is nothing more than a gang of terrorist thugs masquerading as statesmen.

The "Palestinians" are individuals who are enamored with destruction and chaos. They are not a distinct people, but a death cult. They raise their children from toddlerhood instilled with a visceral hatred of Jews. The deliberate targeting of innocent civilians for murder is their standard operating procedure. They are Janus-faced in their approach to propaganda, telling the western media one story, and the Arab media an altogether different one. They have no honor, and not a whit of decency or compassion. They deserve nothing but contempt. They've earned the kind of terrible justice that would send most men quailing in fear.

Regardless your view of the modern nation of Israel--secular Middle Eastern state, or "the Promised Land to the Jews"--you should shun the championing of people who wallow in moral debasement.

The "Palestinians" offer nothing to this world but lies and murder, served up under the guise of righteous indignation. I shake my head in shame that my government finds their "cause" worthy of support. This offers a great deal of insight into the trustworthiness of those at the reins of power in the U.S.A.

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