Wednesday, 31 October 2007

Fair and Balanced - Honest Reporting 1 - Refugees

I have just come across a Zionist apologist website which makes so many self-condemning Freudian slips that I think I should share some of them with you:
HonestReporting:"a fast-action website that monitors Mideast media bias and ensures that Israel receives fair worldwide press coverage", says:
On getting flooded with returning native wogs:
One such method [for destroying the Jewish state] is the so-called Palestinian "right of return", which would see Israel flooded with Palestinians ultimately leading to the end of Israel through demographic means. Those who advocate the Palestinian return to Israel know that Israel's Jewish character would not survive the influx of several million Palestinian refugees. [Nor, perhaps, should it]

In the next para, the Zionist shill writes:
While Dr. Karmi does say that Israel - as a "Jewish state" that necessitated the removal of the indigenous Arab population - should never have been created, she does not suggest that present-day Israelis must be removed. Instead, she argues that a single state, that is secular and democratic for all its citizens, offers much more hope for peace than a state based on Jewish exclusivity next to a truncated and utterly unviable proposed Palestinian state under Israel's vice-like control.

What, exactly, is the difference between the Jewish state and the "Jewish state"?

And then on to the killer quote:
As Sol Stern and Fred Siegel have written in the New York Sun:
The "one state" solution is a euphemism for the destruction of the Jewish state - a trope of the most extreme rejectionist elements within the Palestinian movement and their allies in Syria and Iran. Terrorist groups such as Hamas and Hezbollah want to create an Islamic Republic in place of Israel.

To which he adds the absolutely ineffable Alan Dershowitz :
The one-state solution proposal now being made by Palestinian lawyers and some anti-Israel academics is nothing more than a ploy. It is designed to destroy the Jewish state of Israel and to substitute another Islamic Arab state.
Those who advocate the single state solution would never do so with regard to India, the former Yugoslavia, or other previously united states which have now been divided on ethnic or religious grounds.

(Who, in Josip Broz Tito's time, could have predicted the break-up of Yugoslavia? And who, in George W. Bush's time, would predict that the USA won't go the same way?
I'm just waiting quietly for Southern California to go Latino, Minnesota to go Scandinavian, New York (united with Florida) to take on the Israeli refugees, and Pennsylvania to go Dutch.
We've already seen the cleansing of New Orleans after Katrina.)

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