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Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Finally, Strong Language... Against Us!

(Hat Tip: LGF)
Finally, some strong words came out of the mouth of UN Secretary General, Kofi Anan... only, they were of course addressed to Israel. He saved his softer side for the terrorists.
(I was encouraged to put a bit more context in here since some of you may not click on the Read more link to see that both these quotes, while seeming to condemn the terrorists, are actually condemning Israel. That was the point I was trying to make by posting just these two quotes without context. But, I'll put a little more, so I don't get comments that I'm putting "words into Kofi's mouth.)
UN Secretary General Kofi Annan has called for the release of two Israeli soldiers held by Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, while condemning Israel's subsequent invasion of its northern neighbour.“I condemn without hesitation the attack that took place in southern Lebanon and demand that the Israeli soldiers be released immediately,” Annan told reporters here after a meeting with Italy’s Prime Minister Romano Prodi. Read all of his stupidity...

Sorry, that might not have been very clear. Let me dediplomatize it for you:
"How dare those dirty Jews attempt to defend themselves?!? Over JUST TWO SOLDIERS?!? How dare those racist Zionist think that they have any right to protect and defend their sovereignty?!? Sovereignty?!? Those 'people' have no right to a state, and they certainly have no right to exist!! Hey, are those ovens still working in Poland...? Oops, did I say that out loud? Oh yeah, pretty please, if you feel like, Mr Hezbollah peace fighter, can you let those soldiers go? You don't have to if you don't want to, but I had to say it. They told me so. Psss... you know who 'THEY' are..."

He finished off with this priceless gem:
... he had discussed the latest developments in the Middle East with Prodi and had agreed on the need for "moral clarity" in the region.“Whatever happens, every effort must be made to protect civilians. The deliberate attack and maiming of unarmed civilians is terrorism pure and simple, whatever the cause.

Is he finally rebuking the Islamic terrorists who are firing rockets into Israeli territory, deliberately attempting to kill and main civilians, with no care for human life, as they launch their terrorist attacks from within civilian population centers and neighborhoods? Ummmm.... NO! He's rebuking the Israelis. Why? Oh, because the terrorist, Abu Mazen, said that Israeli was deliberately targeting civilians. Of course, he would never lie...

Congratulations, Kofi. You've just won your place in the Idiotarian Hall Of Fame. YAY!!!

10 Comments:

At 1:36 AM, Blogger menachem said...

hmm...

it's a bit weird that the part of his speech you chose to quote in your blog was the part condemning the terrorists and demanding that the hostages be immediately released.

not everyone clicks on the "read more of his stupidity" link.

 
At 2:06 AM, Blogger Olah Chadasha said...

That is true, but they should. I read the whole thing and chose to put the parts in that I thought were the most "interesting". He's condemning Israel in both those parts. But, for the lazies out there, maybe, I'll post a little more. Thanks.
-OC

 
At 2:15 AM, Blogger Olah Chadasha said...

Happy now?
-OC

 
At 8:49 AM, Blogger Behemoth101 said...

Wow. A more appropriate title would have been "Kofi Anan: Straw Man for Israel's Retributive Justice Stick"

 
At 11:26 AM, Blogger Olah Chadasha said...

Yeah, you're right, that would be more appropriate. Of course, he's a straw man, because he's never said anything against Israel before now. Wow, thanks for enlightening me. Yeah, Israel is using Kofi as an excuse to defend itself. Get a life.
-OC

 
At 11:50 AM, Blogger Olah Chadasha said...

behemoth, I've reposted my comment in here for all to see in case you stimy my free speech and block my comment from your blog. Your comment moderation only goes to prove my point that you are only interested in hearing from people who think the same exact way you do.

You're right. Our blog would not be a good place to start. First, you would actually need to get an education about the history of Israel, instead of the "liberal" "plurastic" PC bs that you think you know now. The very fact that you call Zionism "controversial" shows that you are not ready to learn anything substanstial. Our blog never attempted or claimed to be "pluralistic".

Why you would think that birthright would be some sort of political journey is your own misinterpretation. The purpose of the trip is to show you the land and reconnect to the very roots of Judaism. It is NOT the forum where topics such as Palestinian state-hood is discussed. If you wanted that kind of trip, do a politically based one. They have plenty, but birthright is NOT meant for that purpose.

Furthermore, I don't know how much you actually know about international law, but preemptive strikes that meet certain conditions ARE completely legal even if it doesn't seem "nice" in your mind. Sorry to burst your 21 year old bubble, but it's true. If you would like, my bro-in-law is a lawyer. I can have him speak to you on the matter.

Now, having been to Israel, I have gained the understanding that Zionists and Israeli Jews are frequently an unthinking, hateful, bigoted group of misguided souls whose goal seems to be a continuation of the exclusivity of the Jewish State at the expense of its unfortunate neighbors.
What a sad and pathetically naive and horrifically non-factual view of things. Every fact of history in the past 58 years contradicts your statement. Do you aactually belive that you can get an accurate view of how things work here and what is true and propaganda from a 10 day trip??? If you actually thought that was true, then you're living too much in your digitial world, where you think everything happens in real-time speed. It is painfully obvious that you were absolutely ill-prepared and extremely ill-educated for a trip such as this.

Israelis have had to deal more atrocities and and more terrorism than any other country in the history of man-kind, within as short a period of time as Israel has existed. Can you say the same for your sheltered existence? You call yourself "plurastic" and "liberal" where the complete opposite is the truth. Being liberal is supposed to mean open-minded to every-one. However, you fall under the classic liberal of today. You are only tolerant of those that think the same as you do. You believe that if only Israel would be more understanding and just try and give the Palestinians, people that are bent on pushing the Jews into the sea, than peace would be enjoyed by all. The very fact that you believe that Israel is purposely making her "neighbors" suffer in order to perserve a Jewish State shows how ignorant of the facts you really are. It also tells me a little bit about what you think of Judaism, but that's a topic for another day.

That ever simplistic and immature view only shows that you really don't know anything about what's going on here and have no comprehension of its history. I suggest you pick up a good book and learn something instead of pointing fingers and calling an entire country of people ignorant. Because, right now, the only ignorant person is you.
-OC

 
At 1:11 PM, Blogger Behemoth101 said...

I hope you will recognize my sincere apologies that I was a day late in moderating my comments. I remanded your piece to my board, where it was destined the second it was sent.

I may be a liberal person politically, but I am certainly not liberal with screening people out. In any case, there's no need to get up in arms about blogging courtesy.

 
At 1:48 PM, Blogger Olah Chadasha said...

Good way to answer a post. Short, sweet, and no-where near to the point.
-OC

 
At 11:51 PM, Blogger Gert said...

Many bloggers use comment moderation to avoid blatant abuse which I'm sure, as I have been, you've been subject to as well.

And it is a blogger's prerogative to delete comments, as you are already planning to do in your last post: one strike and you're out. You will call anyone who dares to dissent an anti-Semite? How very tolerant that is too...

 
At 1:39 AM, Blogger Olah Chadasha said...

gert, saying that a country doesn't have the right to exist, or that the world would be a better place if the Jewish State didn't exist is not dissent. It's anti-semitism, pure and simple. Would you dare to say the same thing if Britain's right to exist was ever questioned? Yes, how intolerant of me, I refuse to speak with people who feel I and my country have no right to exist. That's probably one of the dumbest things I've ever heard.
-OC

 

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