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Monday, June 28, 2010

'Peace activist' Flotilla Organizers Begin to Abandon the Pretense

This picture is worth a thousand words. As if we needed confirmation of the evil that plots against Israel, flotilla supporters provide it in "johnny-on-the-spot" fashion and with amazing clarity...

"Turkish supporters for flotillas aimed at breaking Israel’s maritime embargo on Hamas-controlled Gaza recently raised the Nazi flag with an expression of gratitude. The Turkish language slogan on the flag is a common expression of gratitude, according to the [Islam] Religion for Peace.com website.

Turkey was not allied with the Nazi regime but retained important trade agreements that allowed Nazi Germany to import key materials until the pact was broken one year before the end of World War II.

The web site states that Muslim jihadists have committed 15,533 attacks around the world since the September 11, 2001 aerial suicide bombings on the United States. Turkey and the terrorist-linked IHH organization organized the last flotilla May 31, when IHH members, many of them with training by terrorist groups, attacked Israeli Navy commandos who prevented the Mavi Mamara ship from continuing on course to Gaza."

I once blogged awhile back about grand mufti Hajj Muhammad Amin al-Husseini who "delivered a talk to the imams of the Bosnian SS division in 1944, and was a key Islamic supporter of Nazi Germany's destruction of European Jewry." Thank you for showing your true colors again this time guys. This Bud's for you.

UPDATE: Providing even more clarity on the lines being drawn and sides being taken on this topic is a statement by the increasingly unhinged Hugo Chavez who's latest screed relates that "one day the genocidal state of Israel will be put into its place". No Hugo. You couldnt seem more insane if you tried.


photogr said...

Oh well. It is easier to hate than it is to love. Wonder why?

Froggie said...

photogr said...
"Oh well. It is easier to hate than it is to love. Wonder why?"

I never, ever found that to be true in my life or any of my family or friends.

Sorry that you feel that way.

The Maryland Crustacean said...

Even if the pretense is abandoned as demonstrated in the photo above, the apologists on the left will still find a way to excuse or mitigate the hatred.

JD Curtis said...

Probably due to centuries of hatred froggie.

JD Curtis said...

I think youre right MDC. It will be interesting to see how the.y spin this

Froggie said...
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Froggie said...

JD Curtis said...
"Probably due to centuries of hatred froggie."

Of course it is. If you look at how Israell was formed, it was jerked out from underneath he inhabitants to fulfil the vile ancient myths that are still perpetuated today.

Fundamentalist Muslims as well as fundamentalist Christians suffer from the same fractured thinking; that if their religion prevails, everything will be OK.
In reality, the cause of trouble is the ignorance perpetuated by all the fundamentalists.

The biblical spin applied to all the trouble over there is the cause of all the problems.

The original Palastnians and Hebrews were the exat same people.

Don't worry though, because Israel is well established in international law, and backed by the US as our most important forward base against Islam, it will be there for a long time.

If we woulf have given the Jews New Jersy back in the day, there wouldn't have been all this tension all these years.

photogr said...


"If we woulf have given the Jews New Jersy back in the day, there wouldn't have been all this tension all these years."

No way that could have happened. Besides, we had too much invested in that land. Didn't we steal that land from the Indians or was it Manhattin?

Duke of Earl said...

Sorry Froggie, Palestinians are Arabs. Since there was never an original "Palestinian people" your comments are so full of fail that I'm surprised you bothered to post.