Mudcat Café message #1658747 The Mudcat Café TM
Thread #88448   Message #1658747
Posted By: GUEST
01-Feb-06 - 02:04 AM
Thread Name: BS: FLAME and radical liberal anti-semitism
Subject: RE: BS: FLAME and radical liberal anti-semitism
"They would presumably be left to the tender mercies of the Arabs, who would, of course, have no greater joy than to emulate or perhaps even to "improve" on the Nazi model and to give "final solution(!) to the Jewish problem" once and for all."

The "Jewish problem" is only a problem in as much as there is an Israel in Palestine. Jews themselves, are not the problem. Their government and their policies toward Palestinians are the problem. I have never heard any mention of a Nazi model of problem solving.

As usual, this is a completely self serving article written by a very paranoid Jew who really needs to read some world history, not just the history of the Jews. The statement, "no country in the world, no country in recorded history, has ever been threatened with extinction," exemplifies the narrow perspective of the writer. As if the Jews were the only group of people who have ever suffered!

What about Armenia? What about Native America? What about Tibet? What about the Sudan or for that matter, Iraq?

So long as you and others continue to moan and complain that you are the only ones who have ever suffered, no one will be able to hear you. Perhaps you should be putting your energy into refusing to co-operate in the oppression of others. If Israel is so damn strong, why aren't they helping to prevent crimes against humanity?

I don't see too many Israeli soldiers on peace keeping missions.

Guess what - you may think that you are God's chosen people but nobody else believes that. You are no more special than any other group of people on Earth. Once you figure this out, we may be able to achieve world peace.

BTW, Martin - Take a clue from the article, "Surely, not everybody who criticizes Israel is an anti-Semite. The actions of Israel, just as the actions of any other countries, are subject to examination and criticism."

I rest my case.