May 24, 2006

Israel Criticisers Have A Look:The Pipeline of Hatred

Those who think they know it all about Israel and what Israel is up against, please check the out: The New Anti-Semitism: The Pipeline of Hatred. Speaking of the pipeline, I think they hit a gusher here, the oil is ready to flow. No wonder why they grow up to be assmonkeys. Thanks Beth.

Thanks to Apikoros for the link. I see Little Green Footballs beat me to it, by about 3 years.

Now, my Atheist/Agnostic friends and what the heck, all my readers, you have to read this hilarious post by God's Loyal Opposition: Quote Unquote: God.
It is freakin funny.


  1. Those who think they know it all about Israel and what Israel is up against, please check the out: The New Anti-Semitism: The Pipeline of Hatred

    Eh. It's not exactly news that Muslim countries are fanatically, completely over-the-top anti-semitic. The purported links to "leftist" groups are exaggerated. It's true that a few people on the left are anti-semitic, but I'm sure they don't number nearly as many as the anti-semites on the Christian Right, for example. And conflating the anti-globalization movement with anti-semitism is downright bizarre.

  2. The point about the left here is many are falling for Arab propoganda. I agree, anti-semitism isn't a lefty or righty disease. The righties though, are either Jew haters or they aren't, the lefties are prone to being conned into it.

  3. Apikoros baal korchoMay 24, 2006 3:25 PM

    I agree with BEAJ's analysis. Right wingers are less often swayed by propaganda, whereas the political Left seems to be more ready to swallow it hook, line and sinker. Anti-semitism exists across the political spectrum, however; there's no safe haven from it.

  4. I agree with Jewish Atheist - it was really weird and far fetched.

    Equating anti-globalism as a "muslim-propoganda" conspiracy is just a little nutty and I think you need to find better ways to try to get what you are saying accross.

  5. BEAJ:

    The point about the left here is many are falling for Arab propoganda.

    Maybe with respect to Palestine, but not in any broader sense. No leftist worth his salt would think highly of theocratic dictators and oppressors of women.

    Apikoros baal korcho:

    Right wingers are less often swayed by propaganda, whereas the political Left seems to be more ready to swallow it hook, line and sinker.


    You cannot be serious. Fox news, Hannity, Rush, etc. are much bigger than any propagandists on the left. A study showed that Fox news viewers were more misinformed -- and always in a way to benefit the administration's POV -- than people who got their news elsewhere.

  6. JA, you know I'm left on many issues. I think the left is gullible to hard luck stories, and aren't aware that some of these stories lead to anti-semitism. I think the anti-semites on the right do so through nurture and ignorance.

    OK, I'm done generalizing now:)

  7. Apikoros baal korchoMay 24, 2006 4:20 PM

    JA - You certainly sound like a Jew. This isn't a Gemara shiur, you know.

  8. I don't get it, ABK. But, as I am a Jew, it makes sense that I sound like one. :-)

  9. Thanks for the link. Well speaking of which a US embassy person was a speaker in our American Studies class today about media and how it effects US policy. and he showed up this documentry about media and Arab- Israeli conflict. Though he explained that it's unbiast. All of them instantly thought it's anti palistinian. He turned the film on and the first person I see is Chomsky. These blatant lies of how Palistians are objected to misery BY the Israelis while in fact it's their own leaders that got them there. While defending my point which was pro two states. I was instantly faced with bombardment from people who are actually claim to be Human rights activists and probably it was the first time that I was ever labeled as a Zionist.. I labeled them Ahmedinijadists..cheers

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  12. J, you've been had. Your life is based on myths and lies. Quit spamming my board with nonsense.

  13. Maybe with respect to Palestine, but not in any broader sense. No leftist worth his salt would think highly of theocratic dictators and oppressors of women.

    Jewish Atheist: Jimmy Carter anyone?

    Bacon: Thanks for sending Bernarda my way. You owe me a can of raid.

  14. Bacon, I thought what J posted was beautiful. I don't understand why faith means being had to you and even if it is that - so what? Faith can bring forth beauty, compassion, a good nature as well as evils - it is really our choice. I mean look, within that post it is explained that within each of us is god and it is our choice whether to love him or not and everything that we do. As long as no one is being hurt - I don't see what the problem is with people believing these myths.

    J - I do have to say this - within the text it states that God chose to love - how do we know this statement to be true. Seriously, if we are given his seed and choice, I know from my own experiences that I won't always choose what is right. On occasion I will be selfless at other times I will be selfish. How do we know that god has really CHOSEN love? I don't think that we really know that, as I'm sure that one who chooses to hate thinks that he chose love over hate - he just doesn't realize that it is hate that overtook his soul. We really just do not know for sure.

  15. Pimpette, J cut and pasted from a Christian site. It has nothing to do with my blog, it is just a case of Christians spreading their word.

    It is no different than getting a spam email for penis enlargements.

  16. You don't have to be an atheist or agnostic to find those "God quotes" hilarious. I was laughing my ass off. :)

  17. "Maybe with respect to Palestine, but not in any broader sense. No leftist worth his salt would think highly of theocratic dictators and oppressors of women."

    Amen to that, Jewish Atheist! For example, prior to 9/11, "leftists" were the only ones decrying the Taliban and its brutal treatment of women. Every "rightist" I mentioned it to back then responded with something like, "Well, what can we do? We're not the world's police force." After 9/11, of course, that tune changed completely.

  18. LOL - I'll take that as you have no argument - lol.

    That's okay, I got my bitch rant in for today.

    You never commented on that piece of art on my blog - it makes me want to say "oops, my bad" - lol.

    Oh - and when is Catherine going to stop by and say hello? Don't tell me she doesn't recognize me under this name - lol.

  19. Bacon - "even though I no I'm right" - freudian slip? So, you're telling me I have more endurance than you?

  20. Pimpette, I'm not going to battle with you on every one of your spins. It is exhausting, and even though I KNOW I'm right, it is pointless to keep on debating you.

    Cat, you are really an Agnostic, you just don't know it yet.

    Regarding your last comment:
    I have NO idea what you are talking about