Thursday, May 10, 2007

Palestinian Kids to Stick to their Guns.

Ah, life-lessons. "Stick to it, kids, even if that means sticking to the walls and ceilings of a burning building." There must be exceptions, but on the face of it, one might reasonably conclude that Palestinian children should turn their guns on their parents-- and those who finance them and encourage them to kill their own children. It's a rat lesson: In the hubris of the tiny, no matter who else dies, Jews, U.N. and NGO workers, Polish tourists, who cares so long as one is seen at last as noticed. Killing their own children out of hubris. There's a lesson for all of us to learn, lessons from the past.

It's coming back. "Don't trust anyone under 3." "Kill your parents." Tune in, turn on, drop out." All good life-lessons for Palestinian kids. Druggie- hippie parents? Anywhere else their kids would be losers; but in Palestine at least they might still be alive. Thanks to Left Jew-haters, the primitives of Islam kill their children for the sake of attention from the world's media. It's a rat show. Left Death Hippies bring this to us live, in our pizza parlours, in our dance-halls, in our offices and in our homes. Turn off the tube 'cause "You don't need a Weather Man to tell which way the wind blows."

Robert Spencer at Jihad Watch posts more on this story, as if we haven't got our fill of Muslim entertainment over the past 1,400 years already.

We meet tonight at the Vancouver Public Library in the atrium. We'll be there from 7-9:00 p.m. We sit outside Blenz coffee bar. Join us. This evening you'll spot me easily, I'm one of those wearing an Israeli flag patch on my baseball cap. Stop the rat-show. Show up and join the living.

Hey, kids! Mickey the Jihadist Rat will air again!

Reversing an earlier decision, in defiance of Fatah.

"Hamas TV refuses to axe contested kids cartoon," from Middle East Times, with thanks to MM:

RAMALLAH, West Bank -- A Hamas-run television channel has defied a Palestinian government request to axe a controversial children's cartoon in which a Mickey Mouse look-alike urges resistance against Israel.

In the program, the Mickey Mouse look-alike named Farfur and a little girl urge resistance against Israel and the United States - along with stressing the importance of daily prayers and drinking milk.


1 comment:

truepeers said...

Do you ever get the feeling that at the root of the ME crisis there is a fundamental confusion between Mickey and Minnie, and Tom and Jerry?

Thanks to Left Jew-haters, the primitives of Islam kill their children for the sake of attention from the world's media.

-there is so much truth to back up this most succinct statement. And yet watching how the MSM picked up this story after the Pali "government" tried to ban the show, breathing a collective sigh of guilty relief that the death cultists they encourage were this time doing the right thing suggests to me that the MSM somehow grasp the fact that they are in bed with genocidal fascists.