Israeli troops begin Gaza pullout as Hamas declares cease-fire

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FrTr

Chicago, IL

#69332 Apr 20, 2013
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"The Americans who insist on mourning Fayyad’s departure refuse to accept the obvious fact that Palestinian aspirations for statehood are a cheap, shoddy, for-export-only Arab product. The Palestinians don’t want a state. They want to destroy Israel. Unable to accept this basic fact, the Americans invent lies like Fayyad-as-peace partner and try to shove them down Israel’s throats. Well good riddance, Salam Fayyad.

Obviously Fayyad is not the last word in Western delusion. They will think of a new perfect solution to replace him in short order.
But in their endless search for the next silver bullet, the Europeans and the Americans and their Israeli followers miss the fact that the easiest way to build a secure and peaceful world is not by wooing terrorists. The best way to achieve these goals is by accepting the world as it is. This is what the Israeli people has done. True, we needed to have our fantasies blown away in suicide bombings before we reconciled ourselves to this simple truth. But life has been better, happier and more secure since we did.
The “international community’s” inability to accept that sober-minded contentment is better than pipe dream fantasies has caused leftist writers in Israel, Europe and the US alike to express mystification at a recent survey carried out by the OECD, which ranks Israelis among the happiest people in the world. The ranking made no sense to commentators.

Israelis work harder than other members of the OECD. We complain more than other members of the OECD. We don’t have “peace.” And yet, we are among the happiest people in the OECD.
What gives? For decades before we embarked on the phony peace process, Israel was a model socialist state. We had paralyzing tax rates and failed government industries that crowded private entrepreneurship out of the market. Monopolies ran every sector and provided shoddy goods and horrible services at astronomical prices. The Histadrut labor union owned most of the economy along with the government and in every sector, Histadrut commissars ensured that anyone with an ounce of initiative was subject to unending abuse.

Nirvana.

Just around the time we began extricating ourselves from our socialist straitjacket, we were also recognizing that the peace thing wasn’t everything it was cracked up to be. And at that point we began to understand that happiness and success aren’t about what other people give you – money, treaties, a phone line after a five-year wait. Happiness and success are about what you accomplish.
At that point, sometime between 1996 and 2000, Israelis began creating large families and embracing the free market.

Today, with an average of three children per family, Israelis are the fecund outliers of the industrial world. And as David Goldman at PJ Media has demonstrated, there is a direct correlation between children and human happiness. This is why fruitful Israelis have the lowest suicide rate in the industrial world. When you have children, you have a future.

<cont>

http://www.jpost.com/Opinion/Columnists/Artic...
Freedom Terrister

Chicago, IL

#69333 Apr 20, 2013
<cont>

And when you have a future, you work hard to secure it, and have a generally optimistic outlook.

What could be so bad when your kid just lost his first tooth? Israelis are also happy because we see that we can build the future we want for our families and our country even without another glitzy signing ceremony at the White House every six months. Our country is getting stronger and more livable every day. And we know it.

Those on the international stage that share our view that life is about more than pieces of paper signed with Arab anti-Semites recognize what is happening. For them Israel is not “that shi**y little country.” It’s “The Little Engine that Could.”

Take the Chinese. Last July China signed a deal with Israel to build an inland port in Eilat and a 180- km. freight railway to connect Eilat to Israel’s Mediterranean ports in Ashdod and Haifa. The purpose of the project is to build an alternative to the Suez Canal, in Israel. The Chinese look at the region, and they see that Egypt is a failed state that can’t even afford its wheat imports. The future of shipping along the Suez Canal is in doubt with riots in Port Said and Suez occurring on a regular basis.

On the other hand, Israel is a stable, prosperous, successful democracy that keeps moving from strength to strength. When the freight line is completed, as far as the global economy is concerned, Israel will become the most strategically important country in the region.

Then there is our newfound energy wealth. Israel became energy independent on March 30, when the Tamar offshore gas field began pumping natural gas to Israel. In two to three years, when the Leviathan gas field comes online, Israel will become one of the most important producers of natural gas in the world. Moreover, in 2017, Israel will likely begin extracting commercial quantities of oil from its massive oil shale deposits in the Shfela Basin near Beit Shemesh.

Geologists assess that the field alone contains some 250 billion barrels of oil, giving Israel oil parity with Saudi Arabia. Chinese, Russian and Australian firms are lining up to sign contracts with Israeli energy companies. International analysts assess that Israel’s emergence as an energy power will have a stabilizing impact on the global economy and international security. Israel can end Asia’s oil and gas hunger. It can reduce European dependence on Russia. It will remove OPEC’s ability to dictate world oil prices through supply manipulation.

Israel’s discovery of its energy riches couldn’t have come at a more propitious time. Had Israel discovered its oil and gas 65 or even 20 years ago, we wouldn’t have had the economic maturity to manage our resources responsibly. But now, with our free market, our hi-tech sector and our entrepreneurial culture, we can develop and manage our resources wisely and successfully.

At 65, Israel is becoming a mature, responsible, prosperous and powerful player in the international arena. The only thing we need to ensure that we enjoy the fruits of our labors is security. And the one thing we can do to squander it all is place our hopes in “peace.” And so we won’t, ever again.

http://www.jpost.com/Opinion/Columnists/Artic...
THE LAST WARRIOR POET

Barboursville, WV

#69335 Apr 20, 2013
Freedom Terrister wrote:
<cont>
And when you have a future, you work hard to secure it, and have a generally optimistic outlook.
What could be so bad when your kid just lost his first tooth? Israelis are also happy because we see that we can build the future we want for our families and our country even without another glitzy signing ceremony at the White House every six months. Our country is getting stronger and more livable every day. And we know it.
Those on the international stage that share our view that life is about more than pieces of paper signed with Arab anti-Semites recognize what is happening. For them Israel is not “that shi**y little country.” It’s “The Little Engine that Could.”
Take the Chinese. Last July China signed a deal with Israel to build an inland port in Eilat and a 180- km. freight railway to connect Eilat to Israel’s Mediterranean ports in Ashdod and Haifa. The purpose of the project is to build an alternative to the Suez Canal, in Israel. The Chinese look at the region, and they see that Egypt is a failed state that can’t even afford its wheat imports. The future of shipping along the Suez Canal is in doubt with riots in Port Said and Suez occurring on a regular basis.
On the other hand, Israel is a stable, prosperous, successful democracy that keeps moving from strength to strength. When the freight line is completed, as far as the global economy is concerned, Israel will become the most strategically important country in the region.
Then there is our newfound energy wealth. Israel became energy independent on March 30, when the Tamar offshore gas field began pumping natural gas to Israel. In two to three years, when the Leviathan gas field comes online, Israel will become one of the most important producers of natural gas in the world. Moreover, in 2017, Israel will likely begin extracting commercial quantities of oil from its massive oil shale deposits in the Shfela Basin near Beit Shemesh.
Geologists assess that the field alone contains some 250 billion barrels of oil, giving Israel oil parity with Saudi Arabia. Chinese, Russian and Australian firms are lining up to sign contracts with Israeli energy companies. International analysts assess that Israel’s emergence as an energy power will have a stabilizing impact on the global economy and international security. Israel can end Asia’s oil and gas hunger. It can reduce European dependence on Russia. It will remove OPEC’s ability to dictate world oil prices through supply manipulation.
Israel’s discovery of its energy riches couldn’t have come at a more propitious time. Had Israel discovered its oil and gas 65 or even 20 years ago, we wouldn’t have had the economic maturity to manage our resources responsibly. But now, with our free market, our hi-tech sector and our entrepreneurial culture, we can develop and manage our resources wisely and successfully.
At 65, Israel is becoming a mature, responsible, prosperous and powerful player in the international arena. The only thing we need to ensure that we enjoy the fruits of our labors is security. And the one thing we can do to squander it all is place our hopes in “peace.” And so we won’t, ever again.
http://www.jpost.com/Opinion/Columnists/Artic...
You might not be a religious person but i've studied biblical prophesy for many yrs. According to prophesy they will come from the uttermost north upon israel. They (russia) and their hosts(arab nations)will come to steal israels wealth(gas and oil). The invasion will fail. Russia has always coveted a warm water port. Arabs are tired of america favoring israel so will call upon russia to take the land back. Israel with the help of her God will leave them rotting and stinking in the earth. Long live ISRAEL!
Gray

Powhatan, VA

#69336 Apr 20, 2013
THE LAST WARRIOR POET wrote:
<quoted text>
You might not be a religious person but i've studied biblical prophesy for many yrs. According to prophesy they will come from the uttermost north upon israel. They (russia) and their hosts(arab nations)will come to steal israels wealth(gas and oil). The invasion will fail. Russia has always coveted a warm water port. Arabs are tired of america favoring israel so will call upon russia to take the land back. Israel with the help of her God will leave them rotting and stinking in the earth. Long live ISRAEL!
Here's your big chance to be a REAL "Warrior Poet"

“In desperate search for recruits, Israeli army targets foreigners”
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middl...

EXCERPT “A new organisation is actively recruiting scores of non-Israeli Jews, many of them American, to serve in the Israeli army as it faces threats on multiple fronts in a region largely hostile towards it.”
“Yaakov Kroll Kroll said that he felt his attachment was stronger to Israel than to the United States.”
"I'm an American, but at the same time, I'm also a Jew," he said. "So if I'm going to take a bullet for somebody, when you get down to it, I'm going to take it for a place I'm more connected to." CONTINUED

They'll even give you a toothbrush to brush your hair and a NEW pencil for your Poetry writing!

Go get 'em Tiger!!!!
Gray

Powhatan, VA

#69337 Apr 20, 2013
THE LAST WARRIOR POET wrote:
<quoted text>
You might not be a religious person but i've studied biblical prophesy for many yrs. According to prophesy they will come from the uttermost north upon israel. They (russia) and their hosts(arab nations)will come to steal israels wealth(gas and oil). The invasion will fail. Russia has always coveted a warm water port. Arabs are tired of america favoring israel so will call upon russia to take the land back. Israel with the help of her God will leave them rotting and stinking in the earth. Long live ISRAEL!
".........rotting and stinking in the earth."

The only thing "rotting & stinking" was your last family tooth.

Gee, you really ARE from West Virginia!

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#69338 Apr 20, 2013
Racist Muslims attacking innocent Chinese people.

THE LAST WARRIOR POET

Barboursville, WV

#69340 Apr 20, 2013
Gray wrote:
<quoted text>
".........rotting and stinking in the earth."
The only thing "rotting & stinking" was your last family tooth.
Gee, you really ARE from West Virginia!
Still got all my teeth. Not bad for a hillbilly. Oh yeah, I've never had an ass whipping in or out of the ring. A moslem or a chickenshit girlyman liberal american will not be the first to do it either. By the way, are you really stupid enough to believe the sterotypical stories of west virginia hillbillies. I thought you were educated.
Uzi

Kfar Saba, Israel

#69342 Apr 21, 2013
Gray wrote:
<quoted text>
Here's your big chance to be a REAL "Warrior Poet"
“In desperate search for recruits, Israeli army targets foreigners”
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middl...
EXCERPT “A new organisation is actively recruiting scores of non-Israeli Jews, many of them American, to serve in the Israeli army as it faces threats on multiple fronts in a region largely hostile towards it.”
“Yaakov Kroll Kroll said that he felt his attachment was stronger to Israel than to the United States.”
"I'm an American, but at the same time, I'm also a Jew," he said. "So if I'm going to take a bullet for somebody, when you get down to it, I'm going to take it for a place I'm more connected to." CONTINUED
They'll even give you a toothbrush to brush your hair and a NEW pencil for your Poetry writing!
Go get 'em Tiger!!!!
British rubbish from Englandistan reported by our own nazislamist hitler jr., the grayish piece of shit.

“Yee vizz”

Since: Dec 12

Central Connecticut

#69343 Apr 21, 2013
THE LAST WARRIOR POET wrote:
<quoted text>
Still got all my teeth. Not bad for a hillbilly. Oh yeah, I've never had an ass whipping in or out of the ring. A moslem or a chickenshit girlyman liberal american will not be the first to do it either. By the way, are you really stupid enough to believe the sterotypical stories of west virginia hillbillies. I thought you were educated.
He is an old man kept alive by his Jew Hatred and what he does here. His cut & paste spam from hates sites is the only thing that he gets up for in the morning. And, we all know, that's all that gets up in the morning. And, I might caution you, can be charged with assault on a very senior citizen. After all, he's your neighbor if ip's mean anything. One last thing. To suggest he's "educated" is very gracious of you. The majority here think he's a lunatic.

“Yee vizz”

Since: Dec 12

Central Connecticut

#69344 Apr 21, 2013
THE LAST WARRIOR POET wrote:
<quoted text>
Still got all my teeth. Not bad for a hillbilly. Oh yeah, I've never had an ass whipping in or out of the ring. A moslem or a chickenshit girlyman liberal american will not be the first to do it either. By the way, are you really stupid enough to believe the sterotypical stories of west virginia hillbillies. I thought you were educated.
Sorry. Before he went into hiding, Gray was showing VA for an address. Somebody must have been closing in on him. But, yeah, you're neighbors.
THE LAST WARRIOR POET

Barboursville, WV

#69345 Apr 21, 2013
Yumpin Yimminy wrote:
<quoted text>
Sorry. Before he went into hiding, Gray was showing VA for an address. Somebody must have been closing in on him. But, yeah, you're neighbors.
It was because of idiots like this as well as other issues that the western portion of virginia separated and became a new state. They were jew haters back then and evidently some are still over there breeding.By the way, what do you call a basement full of liberals?
A whine cellar.
Gaye

Naugatuck, CT

#69346 Apr 21, 2013
THE LAST WARRIOR POET wrote:
<quoted text>
It was because of idiots like this as well as other issues that the western portion of virginia separated and became a new state. They were jew haters back then and evidently some are still over there breeding.By the way, what do you call a basement full of liberals?
A whine cellar.
Gray's breeding days are over. However, those red headed blue-eyed Arab terrorists, are the result of his spent seed in many of those conjugal tents he frequented as a "mentor" in western ways. These young boys, who he was really interested in, never saw him cumming and thought he was practicing riding camels on their mothers with them as dessert. Education was a turible thang.

“Yee vizz”

Since: Dec 12

Central Connecticut

#69347 Apr 21, 2013
Freedom Terrister wrote:
<cont>
And when you have a future, you work hard to secure it, and have a generally optimistic outlook.
What could be so bad when your kid just lost his first tooth? Israelis are also happy because we see that we can build the future we want for our families and our country even without another glitzy signing ceremony at the White House every six months. Our country is getting stronger and more livable every day. And we know it.
Those on the international stage that share our view that life is about more than pieces of paper signed with Arab anti-Semites recognize what is happening. For them Israel is not “that shi**y little country.” It’s “The Little Engine that Could.”
Take the Chinese. Last July China signed a deal with Israel to build an inland port in Eilat and a 180- km. freight railway to connect Eilat to Israel’s Mediterranean ports in Ashdod and Haifa. The purpose of the project is to build an alternative to the Suez Canal, in Israel. The Chinese look at the region, and they see that Egypt is a failed state that can’t even afford its wheat imports. The future of shipping along the Suez Canal is in doubt with riots in Port Said and Suez occurring on a regular basis.
On the other hand, Israel is a stable, prosperous, successful democracy that keeps moving from strength to strength. When the freight line is completed, as far as the global economy is concerned, Israel will become the most strategically important country in the region.
Then there is our newfound energy wealth. Israel became energy independent on March 30, when the Tamar offshore gas field began pumping natural gas to Israel. In two to three years, when the Leviathan gas field comes online, Israel will become one of the most important producers of natural gas in the world. Moreover, in 2017, Israel will likely begin extracting commercial quantities of oil from its massive oil shale deposits in the Shfela Basin near Beit Shemesh.
Geologists assess that the field alone contains some 250 billion barrels of oil, giving Israel oil parity with Saudi Arabia. Chinese, Russian and Australian firms are lining up to sign contracts with Israeli energy companies. International analysts assess that Israel’s emergence as an energy power will have a stabilizing impact on the global economy and international security. Israel can end Asia’s oil and gas hunger. It can reduce European dependence on Russia. It will remove OPEC’s ability to dictate world oil prices through supply manipulation.
Israel’s discovery of its energy riches couldn’t have come at a more propitious time. Had Israel discovered its oil and gas 65 or even 20 years ago, we wouldn’t have had the economic maturity to manage our resources responsibly. But now, with our free market, our hi-tech sector and our entrepreneurial culture, we can develop and manage our resources wisely and successfully.
At 65, Israel is becoming a mature, responsible, prosperous and powerful player in the international arena. The only thing we need to ensure that we enjoy the fruits of our labors is security. And the one thing we can do to squander it all is place our hopes in “peace.” And so we won’t, ever again.
http://www.jpost.com/Opinion/Columnists/Artic...
Howdy Doody, Young Man. The Commander be traversing the vast seas on his way to Rome. Wi-Fi kinda hard to come by with that itinerary, but he will miss you. I know that I did. Where's my K-Y?

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#69348 Apr 21, 2013
Freedom Terrister

Chicago, IL

#69349 Apr 21, 2013
Freedom Terrister wrote:
<cont>
And when you have a future, you work hard to secure it, and have a generally optimistic outlook.

What could be so bad when your kid just lost his first tooth? Israelis are also happy because we see that we can build the future we want for our families and our country even without another glitzy signing ceremony at the White House every six months. Our country is getting stronger and more livable every day. And we know it.

Those on the international stage that share our view that life is about more than pieces of paper signed with Arab anti-Semites recognize what is happening. For them Israel is not “that shi**y little country.” It’s “The Little Engine that Could.”
Take the Chinese. Last July China signed a deal with Israel to build an inland port in Eilat and a 180- km. freight railway to connect Eilat to Israel’s Mediterranean ports in Ashdod and Haifa. The purpose of the project is to build an alternative to the Suez Canal, in Israel. The Chinese look at the region, and they see that Egypt is a failed state that can’t even afford its wheat imports. The future of shipping along the Suez Canal is in doubt with riots in Port Said and Suez occurring on a regular basis.

On the other hand, Israel is a stable, prosperous, successful democracy that keeps moving from strength to strength. When the freight line is completed, as far as the global economy is concerned, Israel will become the most strategically important country in the region.

Then there is our newfound energy wealth. Israel became energy independent on March 30, when the Tamar offshore gas field began pumping natural gas to Israel. In two to three years, when the Leviathan gas field comes online, Israel will become one of the most important producers of natural gas in the world. Moreover, in 2017, Israel will likely begin extracting commercial quantities of oil from its massive oil shale deposits in the Shfela Basin near Beit Shemesh.

Geologists assess that the field alone contains some 250 billion barrels of oil, giving Israel oil parity with Saudi Arabia. Chinese, Russian and Australian firms are lining up to sign contracts with Israeli energy companies. International analysts assess that Israel’s emergence as an energy power will have a stabilizing impact on the global economy and international security. Israel can end Asia’s oil and gas hunger. It can reduce European dependence on Russia. It will remove OPEC’s ability to dictate world oil prices through supply manipulation.

Israel’s discovery of its energy riches couldn’t have come at a more propitious time. Had Israel discovered its oil and gas 65 or even 20 years ago, we wouldn’t have had the economic maturity to manage our resources responsibly. But now, with our free market, our hi-tech sector and our entrepreneurial culture, we can develop and manage our resources wisely and successfully.

At 65, Israel is becoming a mature, responsible, prosperous and powerful player in the international arena. The only thing we need to ensure that we enjoy the fruits of our labors is security. And the one thing we can do to squander it all is place our hopes in “peace.”

And so we won’t, ever again.

http://www.jpost.com/Opinion/Columnists/Artic ...
..
Yumpin Yimminy wrote:
<quoted text>
Howdy Doody, Young Man. The Commander be traversing the vast seas on his way to Rome. Wi-Fi kinda hard to come by with that itinerary, but he will miss you. I know that I did. Where's my K-Y?
Wow time just flew by. Life's just so uber-awesome, fast-paced, basically sleepless right now.... LOVE it haha!

If not for Islamic Terrorism in Boston, I may not have even thought about Topix until next year, but it was another wake up call and proof of Obama's spectacularly failing foreign policy & ideology.(See: Apology Tour, Arab Spring, Benghazi, the economy, etc, etc, etc)
Freedom Terrister

Chicago, IL

#69350 Apr 21, 2013
Anyway, so what did I miss?

1) Bibi re-elected for 3rd term as predicted despite a truly massive, unprecedented years-long combined effort by Washington DC, Brussels, Riyadh, Doha, Dubai with their unlimited wealth & resources... to stop Bibi both in 2009 and in 2013. But it wasn't just that unbelievable outside pressure & dirty trickery, it was also the Cowardly, Uber-Corrupt Israeli LEFT Surrender-monkeys that also joined those anti-Bibi forces: Israeli media, courts, justice department, academia, Soros-funded NGO"s, Justice & Foreign Dept, the burn-out fat ass incompetents in police & Shin Bet... plus of course the old left-over Socialist era oligarchs, monopolies & labor-unions that see their bloated existence threatened by competition, true freedom & economic dynamism.

The phony-baloney Soros engineered, Libtard MSM-fuled 'Social Justice' in 2011 was just part of it... better luck next time, Daphne Leef, Itzik Shmili latte-revolutionaries, lulz!

LOL, US still can't forgive the younger Bibi taking power in 1996 and stopping the Oslo madness dead in its tracks, or at least slowing it down enough and of course ushering in capitalist, free market reforms that slowly took root -- as per that Caroline Glick article. No wonder Bill Clinton was so pissed off at Bibi, Clinton thought he could just charm and trick "that sh!tty little country", huh? Instead Mossad got him on Monica...ooops!

Another big thanks to that AIDS-riddles pedophile Yassir Arafat for walking away from Ehud Barak's generous offer at Camp David in 2000. And of course Holocaust-denying, Munich Olympic Massacre financing Mahmoud Abbas walking away from Ehud Olmert's even more suicidal offer in late 2008. As per the unforgettable Abba Eban, "Arabs never miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity".

2) And really, with Bibi pre-occupied with Iran, Syria, Hezbollah, Muslim Sisterhood in Egypt, Jordan... plus the tremendeous after-effects of Global Recession of 2008.... election had to be far from his mind. Which is not to say that Bibi ran a good campaign, because he didn't even bother thinking that he was the only viable PM candidate-- he was right of course, but this is politics if you don't swim you drown, especially with the aformentioned unlimited resources, both overt & covert, the Left, US, EU, Gulf Arabs brought to bear during the election campaign. Including suspiciously timing Avigdor Liberman's indictment that they hung over his head for 15 freakin' years and which amounts to absolutely nothing.... right before the election, LOL Ehuda Weinstein is such a joke. It did cost Likud some seats, but that was to be expected ---- remember in 2006 Likud only had something like 12 mandates and that's DESPITE astonishing incompetence of Olmert & the mini-disaster that was Gaza Disengagement from just a year earlier. And then you have Bennett's challenge from the far-right....
Freedom Terrister

Chicago, IL

#69351 Apr 21, 2013
In short, those who thought Likud could get 45-50 mandates while coasting & barely campaigning, were delusional. Like it or not, that's not how Israel works -- it really is so dynamic, diverse and yes, delusional about peace, that no party can have that kind of easy votes in modern times (no matter how right they are on the substance).

Moreover, Likud appears to have actually got more right wing with Moshe Feiglin, Ze'ev Elkin, Danny Danon replacing the feeble wristed, jaded appeasers like Dan Meridor, Mickey Eitan and Benny Begin (although the latter is respected for honesty, sometimes you can be honest AND still be wrong, sorry Mr. Begin stop coasting on your father's coat-tails)

And then there is Habayit Hayehudi and Naftali Bennett. Keeping Likud honest on the Palestinian question and fighting for capitalist reforms & hi-tech culture. That took votes away from Likud, but that may have been a good thing in the longer-run. As a bonus, a useless crook like Ariyeh Deri is fuming on the sidelines.

Yair Lapid? Bibi is smart to keep his friends close and his enemies closer. Like that party-destroying harpy Livni. Or Lapid who is actually a FRAUD but a dangerous one, he's basically Barack Obama redux. Knows how to lie effortlessly & tell people what they want to hear, which is the art of politics of course. Deep down, however, Lapid is an uneducated populist demagogue, but unlike his religion-hating idiot father, Lapid was smart enough to hide it.

Bibi stuck Lapid into Finance, let's see the self-styled Middle Class Maven do something worth a dang in the face of weak export demand & deficits, haha.

3) Shelley Yachimovich -- ouch, what a defeat for the Hatchet Face a.k.a 'World's 1st Unsuccessful Face Transplant" :) Much like Lapid, this another media loud-mouth who, through the shameless '4 Mothers' campaign, forced Israel to surrender South Lebanon to Hezbollah rockets in 2000. Couldn't have happened to a bigger commie. Ooops.

4) "Someone" allegedly trolled Assad and advanced Russian AD by bombing the weapons convoy & chemical WMD facility close to Damascus. Then both Fordow & Isfahan had more totally-spontaneous accidents. Message sent and received.

Kim Jong Kartman proving the Bush axis-of-evil thing right by threatening nuclear annihilation every other Tuesday seemingly. What happened to all the Libtarded apologists and all the WMD deniers? Good thing Sadaam was de-fanged at least. Now it's Iran's turn.

“Yee vizz”

Since: Dec 12

Central Connecticut

#69352 Apr 21, 2013
Trinity's Rev. Samuel T. Lloyd III offered a prayer for those who were slain "and for those who must rebuild their lives without the legs that they ran and walked on last week."

"So where is God when the terrorists do their work?" Lloyd asked. "God is there, holding us and sustaining us. God is in the pain the victims are suffering, and the healing that will go on. God is with us as we try still to build a just world, a world where there will not be terrorists doing their terrible damage."

What a crock of sh!t.
Uzi

Kfar Saba, Israel

#69353 Apr 21, 2013
Republican Eagle wrote:
Great&#65279; one, Pat!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =GpXMe_R2BZkXX
Great and true, word for word.
Freedom Terrister

Chicago, IL

#69354 Apr 21, 2013
Yumpin Yimminy wrote:
Trinity's Rev. Samuel T. Lloyd III offered a prayer for those who were slain "and for those who must rebuild their lives without the legs that they ran and walked on last week."
"So where is God when the terrorists do their work?" Lloyd asked. "God is there, holding us and sustaining us. God is in the pain the victims are suffering, and the healing that will go on. God is with us as we try still to build a just world, a world where there will not be terrorists doing their terrible damage."
What a crock of sh!t.
Remember that dorky pussycat 'Ahmad Hamas' or Soy de Palestina I used to effortlessly toy around with in the beginning when I was like 14-15 years old & then in later years drive crazy by ignoring completely, haha? I know MKOT, TRD, NaNa and others thought he was just some harmless loser, but as you can see with the Boston terrorist sleeper-cell, jihadi monkey like Ahmad are the ones to watch out for. He's an engineering major, ties to east coast, older brothers in the "biz"; prolly would love to make some explosives for Hamas I bet, "no longer religios" act, uh-huh except when someone derides Koran then it's a 3-hour long theological debate to correct the kaffir time, LOL..... I always felt sorry for Ahmad, but after Boston Bombing someone should really look into this poor Pali sod, might have a younger brother Tsarnaev type a situation.

Just sayin, I think I know what may have happened to our little hookah-fellatin' sleeper-cell momo as an infant (sans the snow in Ramallah of course)

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