23 August 2012

Barf-Bag Time

5 Elul 5772

I really hate to muddy my blog with this stuff, but it's so horrible, it can't be allowed to pass without a comment.

Rivlin: “The Writing was on the Wall”

Knesset Chairman Reuven Rivlin visited Jerusalem brawl victim Jamal Juliani at Hadassah Ein Karem Medical Center.

“It’s hard to see you like this, after such an inexcusable, irksome event. I am here to apologize in the name of the State of Israel. The conflict seems to allow such violent conflagrations, in place of democratic argument. The writing was on the wall, with burning letters that threaten us all. The government, the Knesset, and the Education System are responsible, along with all public leadership,” said Rivlin.


Have you ever heard of any Arab "leader" doing such a thing or saying such a thing to a Jew attacked by Arabs? Of course not! And it's not because they are beneath us. It's because it's not normal!! It's a sick, sick thing to do and say under the circumstances. The Arabs have no illusions. They know that they are at war with us and that they'd see us all dead if they could pull it off. They understand that there will never be peace between us because they've told us so over and over again. Ruby Rivlin and the rest of his Erev Rav cohorts all imagine themselves to be more highly evolved. They are so morally superior that it will destroy us before they will ever admit that they are wrong.

Thankfully, it is HASHEM ALONE who counts in this equation. Ruby Rivlin is right about one thing though. The handwriting is on the wall. The Erev Rav regime has been weighed in the balance and found wanting. With these words, ancient Babylon fell. With these words may the Erev Rav regime cease to be in Eretz Yisrael.

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Since we are recounting the sins of the Erev Rav in hopes that Hashem will have mercy on us and release us from their poisonous grip, here is another example of their treachery.

Elul in the IDF – Educational Corps Visits Ethiopian Church

Visitors from abroad who plan to join the IDF under the Gadna program were hosted by the military’s education corps which took their guests around the country to experience the land and our heritage. One of the stops was the Ethiopian Church in Jerusalem, where they remained for a cultural program and presentation, escorted by female soldiers.

Ladaat.net explains that while the youths are not officially soldiers, they are being hosted by the IDF and it is the IDF that decided to take them to a church. The visit to the church was at 21:00, after a visit earlier in the day to the Israeli Arab municipality of Abu Gosh, where they were exposed to “Arab culture”. They also visited the Old City of Jerusalem that day.