Saturday, January 28, 2012

If I were a Jew and lived in Europe,

and looked around and saw crap like this all around me, I'd be liquidating assets and finding someplace else to go.
Van Heusden’s article, published in the Dutch Christian daily Trouw, portrays Israeli prenatal care as a military operation by a state obsessed with producing perfect babies. Her imagery is meant to conjure images of a cold Spartan state that breeds healthy children for military service. And of course, her carefully chosen language evokes memories of Nazi superbabies bred by pliant frauleins.

As van Heusden writes: “The chosen people have to be perfect.”

Ilse van Heusden’s Israeli doctors discovered that she carried the CMV virus, the reason she had to undergo multiple tests. In her article she admits that CMV can cause severe damage to the fetus. Yet van Heusden chooses to interpret the exquisite care she received—a non-Jew and a non-resident of the Jewish State—in the most negative light possible.

1 comment:

Gerry N. said...

When it happened in the 30's in Germany, the Jews there just said: "It can't happen in a civilised country like our modern Germany, don't be silly."

They're doing the same thing again.

In the words of Einstein: "Insanity is doing the same thing over and over while expecting different results." Ergo, European Jews are by definition insane.

I'm stocking up on ammo. I have all the guns I can use. I'm 67 and can't carry much heavy stuff any more, so I've pretty much gone to .22 LR. Half a million rounds, four semi-auto rifles with four mags each, and a metric butt load of pistols and revolvers. Stick a .22 LR round in someone's face, even at 150 yds and you've pretty much ruined his day. Not much noise, not much flash, not much smoke, and not much weight to carry around.

Sorry to go off topic, but I'm feeling a bit pissed off this evening.