Thursday, January 19, 2006

The Price of Jewish Blood? Cheap.

In response to today's Tel-Aviv suicide terror attack: The U.S. government is trying to ensure that the terror attack will not harm the PA elections. White House Spokesman Scott McClellan said, following the attack: "We condemn this atrocious attack in the strongest possible terms." "It has wounded tens of innocent civilians. We call upon the Palestinian Authority again to do everything it can to dismantle the terrorist infrastructure," said the White House spokesman, adding that the disarming of terror groups was an important factor for furthering the peace process. Tovya says: That is such bull. We hear the same non-sense everytime Jews are killed or hurt. Condemn, condemn, condemn... and then a swift kick in the backend from the U.S. administration to get back "on the road map to peace". McClellan using the words, "everything it can to dismantle [terror]" is a code word for "terrorism will no doubt continue". The Bush administration thinks that Jewish blood is cheap. A few dead Jews here and there, and Bush rolls over and goes back to sleep. Just today after the latest Osama Bin-Laden tape was released (in which Bin-Laden calls for a possible truce, HA) that same White House declared that there will be no negotiations with terrorists. I agree with them, don't get me wrong, I am just fed up with their hypocracy. If you think that Bush loves Israel (like so many of you blindly believe), tell me why? He screws us at every turn, and knowingly presses us down the path to national suicide. This is the best we can do for friendship? America does not negotiate under the fire of terrorism. But as for us, Bush wants us to follow a different rulebook called the 'roadmap to peace'. If you are so eager to help Bush dig this road, be my guest. But make sure you dig the road six-feet deep, because that's the only direction that this road is heading.


Blogger Tova Shulamit said...

Did someone dare speak the truth on this blog? I sayyes. Way to go Tovya, I am tired of the bs myself. Let's be reall.. I did not even know about the bombing in Tel Aviv until I read the blog. Wasn't a blip on the screen.

Anyhow join Jewish Fridays, I would love to have you guesst write on my blog. Whatya say? And yes it can be political

1/19/2006 06:15:00 PM  
Blogger Stevin said...

You Palestinians better do something about this terrorism. By the way, here's some fertile sea-front property, and terrificly developed land. The Jews made this place great, and now it's yours. In fact, if you continue your intifada, all of Jerusalem can be yours. Just, don't kill us.

1/19/2006 07:52:00 PM  
Blogger Ittay said...

I think what Bush says and what Bush does are different things. For the Americans to help Israel, they need to appear diplomatic and evenhanded. That’s why you always get these “both sides need to improve” sort of statements. In reality, in the areas of military cooperation, financial aid and voting for Israel in the UN, the USA is much more supportive of Israel and the PA. That said, I do wish that they would sometimes condemn the evil that is suicide bombings in stronger language.

Shabbat Shalom

1/19/2006 09:40:00 PM  
Blogger Tovya @ Zion Report said...


Sure thing, I'd be honored.


Exactly! It's pure insanity.


I wish what you were saying were true. Trust me, I am an AVID Jewish conservative, and that will never change.

But I blindly followed the "we love Israel" Republican dogma for too long myself. I was part of the Republican group that got Bush elected, so I am no outsider to the realm of Republican politics.

The one good thing I can say about the Leftists is that they don't like us, but they are not secret about it.

The Republican party in America showers verbal and monetary love, but that love comes with a price. The price is our sacred borders, and the result is grieving Jewish mothers.

America is a nation (like all nations) that relies on their best interests. It's in America's interest to keep Israel in check. Dead Jewish sons and daughters are nothing to America.

In politics, their are no allies.. only mutual interests.

The Arabs have a lot more to offer the Americans than we do. I wish it weren't true, but that is the way things are.

Shabbat Shalom to you as well. I know I need shabbos after this long week.

Be Blessed.

1/19/2006 09:54:00 PM  
Blogger abumaklubah said...

the arabs have alot more to offer? yeah right. Than why are isreals policies supported by america? When no one agrees with them.

1/20/2006 10:37:00 AM  
Blogger Greg said...

If America was to really support Israel, Abu, it would give the Tzahal a green light to stamp out all pockets of terrorist resistance in Judea and Samaria or what u might term as "the occupied territories". I suggest you do some critical reading and then post your idiotic comments on Zionist blogs.

Even though I think that Bush is one-if not the-best presidents in American history, he could do a hell of a lot more if he were trully comitted to Israel. Look at the American army and what it has been doing in Afghanistan and Iraq: it has simply routed every last sign of terrorism there is. Now if Israel were to do the same thing in its own territory, territory that both historically and ethically is ours and only ours, we'd get all kinds of bullshit from the U.N., the E.U. would probably sanction us and even our "best friend", the U.S. would probably stop helping us monetarily.

Now what do you think of that,Abu!?

1/22/2006 03:24:00 AM  

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