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Thursday, August 10, 2006

Dear Moonbat

All we are saying is, give war a chance.

Not that I am bloodthirsty, far from it. It's just that a cessation of violence would only give Hezbollah a chance to re-arm and we would be right back here in 6 months time. Churchill didn't give Hitler a chance to re-arm. Do you think that would have been a wise move?

I don't.

I know there are legions of anti-American and anti-Israeli Moonbats. But this isn't a case where the masses are right. Even Hitler won a popular election - did that make him 'right'?

Sometimes common sense has to rein supreme - even if it bucks the popular trend. As a friend of mine reminded me 'it only takes one person to make a difference'.

I wonder that if the unbalanced journalism of today existed during the Second World War would Hitler not have won. During the Blitz a similar number of bombs that struck London in 1940 have been fired during this campaign at Northern Israel. Unlike Olmert, Churchill did not have to concern himself with press editorial. What he worried about was winning the War against an evil despot. Do you know that about 300,000 Germans died in Dresden?

Quick: dig up Churchill - he's a war criminal!

Uhhh sure!

Assume as well as a Moonbat you are Jew or for even more fun Gay or how about a Gypsy. Do you think the Brown-shirts would have spared you their campaign of extermination?

Think again.

Hezbollah's stated goal is the destruction of Israel. Hamas has trumped this by stating that they, given the opportunity, will kill all the Jews living in the Occupied lands: Israel.

But never mind. Give peace a chance. Break out the Woodstock CDs. Read the Guardian. Wear a cool shirt. Hug a few trees. Whatever makes you feel morally superior.



Blogger desire said...

damn you hit it right wher it hurts ... one reason why i love your blog

6:44 am  
Blogger Canadi-anna said...

Your point about media scrutiny is so true. This current crisis is being fought on CNN, the BBC and Fox News and still it's hard to tell what's true from day to day.

9:50 pm  
Blogger John said...

You said, "But this isn't a case where the masses are right".

Is it really the view of the majority though?

Even though thousands of people have protested the War in Lebanon, that was still a relatively small number compared to the overall populations of the countries in which they protested.

10:42 am  
Blogger -canuck- said...

^Interesting point of view. My feeling is that the majority (in the UK at least) support a ceasefire. The so called 'Peace' Marchers (with their 'I Am Hezbollah' shirts) are the end of the spectrum.

4:43 pm  

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