From: w martin (email suppressed)
Date: Sat Jan 10 2009 - 16:44:45 PST
I see, so the lesson of the Holocaust wasn't that genocide is evil, but that
killing Jews is evil?
And this means that it's okay today for the Israeli government and segments
of the Israeli population to do whatever they want to the
Palestinians--whether that involves bombing them in Gaza or continuing
systematically to steal their land in the West Bank--because Israel, being a
priori the victim of the evil to end all evils, is exempt from committing
Is that what you're saying Malgosia?
Why don't you pay attention to some of the domestic Israeli critiques of the
matter before assuming that everyone, denizen of a spurious "West" or not,
who is trying to help out the Palestinians in this moment of crisis is
Nie jest w końcu tak łatwo.
On Sat, Jan 10, 2009 at 6:31 PM, malgosia askanas <email suppressed> wrote:
> Ah, I see, you are on the side of the Jews when they die without much fuss,
> but you withdraw your support when they refuse to put themselves in that
> position. To tell you the truth, if I have the choice of, on the one hand,
> seeing the Jews persecuted, massacred and earning the compassion of the
> so-called "left", and on the other, autonomous, alive, well-armed, making a
> great deal of fuss about dying, while at the same time earning the "left's"
> censure, I will opt for the latter.
> And I think the great Amerindian warriors would feel hilariously vindicated
> if they knew that the West, after all these years, chooses as its ideal of
> "freedom fighter" an obscurantist, rabid, hate-mongering, repressive and
> repressed group such as Hamas.
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