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After reading that Jewish paper's article on Nancy
Pelosi and how she sang the "Israeli" National Anthem
to calm down a room full of hysterical Jews who'd just
heard a smoke alarm go off and assumed they were under
"terrorist attack", it's hard to imagine anyone
putting any hope in her. I'm not sure how far the
Aryan nations will advance us, but at least they
wouldn't push us any further down the same hole.
Today the Zionists continued their crackdowns in the
West Bank and Ghazza. In one attack they killed a
53-year old Briton named Hook who worked for the UNRWA
(refugee work). According to the Palestinian doctor
who examined his body, he was struck in the abdomen by
two explosive dumdum rounds -- a type of ammunition
only used by the Zionists. So much for the western
media's inability to determine which side had killed
the Briton. They also wounded an Irish girl who
worked with some NGO that acts as "human shields" and
otherwise try to help out the Palestinians under
curfew and blocade -- bringing in supplies, etc.
Meanwhile the Zionists elsewhere killed one 12
year-old and one 26 year old Palestinian.
Kofi Annan expressed his shock at the fact that the
Zionists prevented an ambulance, called by the UNRWA,
from reaching Hook. "Shocking" though it may be, this
is, however, standard Zionist practice with respect to
Palestinian wounded -- if you wait long enough they
bleed to death.
Given that Hook was hit by two dumdums, I can't say
that he would have survived had the ambulance arrived
sooner -- indeed, the report is that he died
instantly. Nevertheless, the incident once again
betrays the true meaning of Zionist humanity. Or
perhaps it shows that they are equal opportunity
Needless to say, the US media won't treat us to long
reports on Hook's death the way it covered that
"Israeli" reporter for the Wall Street Journal who
was killed for trying to escape from his Islamist
captors in Pakistan.
Demonstrations and clashes in Nigeria have left 100
dead and forced Miss Universe or Miss World to move to
the UK instead. In part it was sparked by local
papers stupidly opining that the Prophet Muhammad
would have wanted to marry one of those airheads.
Tension has been on the rise for months, though.
Oprah Winfry has been campaigning against
"mistreatment of women" in Nigeria for many months
now, using the pageant as a lever to pressure the
Nigerians. She can now be proud of her success, but
I'm sure that she and her supporters will put the dead
down to "Islamic bigotry."
Naturally, I am not for the various manifestations of
patriarchalism -- though beauty contests are hardly
more progressive -- but western campaigns to
"civilize" the Muslims are just a part of the Bush war
for US world domination at the present time --
objectively if not subjectively. (And probably
Winfrey is subjectively a good liberal
"anti-terrorist" American patriot too. She wouldn't
survive long in Hymiewood for very long otherwise.)
Today Putin was urging Bush not to make war on Iraq
alone, but meanwhile he joined Bush in insisting that
Iraq must obey the UN and totally disarm. So they
gang up together to demand that Iraq disarm even as
they work out plans for a joint attack!! I'm still
not ready to cheer the Chechens, but it's getting
harder and harder to sympathise with Moscow.
There's a report in al-Quds al-`Arabi quoting some
military experts that half the war against Iraq has
been fought already by the US and UK destroying Iraqi
defences in the "no-fly Zones" area. That
unfortunately is the essence of the last 12 years of
"UN" embargo and attacks.
Sooner or later this US arrogance will exact a very
high price, I think. The other day some Christian
Missionary woman -- a nurse, I think -- was shot dead
in southern Lebanon. The local authorities put it
down simply to anti-American sentiments. The US is
reducing its staff in Jordan, some weeks after a US
official there was shot. Then there's Kuwayt, of
course. If the US invades and occupies Iraq, the US
will be setting itself up as an unambiguous
belligerent power as far as the people of that region
are concerned. It won't be possible for the US to
keep its wars at arm's length any more, and they will
probably become much more indiscriminate.
Bin Ladin is terribly popular in the Islamic world
right now -- not for his theology, but for his jihad.
Still, there are many who complain there about his way
of targeting every non-Muslim indiscriminately. But
these voices will probably fall silent if the US
occupies Iraq. And what else could one expect?