Saturday, December 19, 2009

Zionist Cockroaches

Read this article:

"The Zionists have managed to quietly take over the world, imperturbably... and now they are the most powerful force in the world – not in physical strength and weapons stockpiles, but in their power of thought, economics, and planning in all countries, so that [these countries] obey them, and whoever opposes them must watch out. A simple declaration against them means a cruel attack by them – and antisemites beware!

"Their power, and their veins, branch out to southwards, northwards, westwards, and eastwards, and it was recently learned that the Zionist lobby has infiltrated the British government. An investigation is now underway to uncover where the[ir] funds are coming from and what group is providing support.

"Unfortunately, with us Arabs, everything remains in the heart, even our heartfelt reactions.

"We heard about Switzerland's stance regarding the ban on building new minarets, and we did not hear about the united Arab position condemning this action. None of us disagrees that there is a Zionist cockroach behind every issue that arises and is fabricated against the Arabs, particularly the Muslims. These are the [Zionists'] plans; making the foreign world hate the Arab and Muslim existence; occupying Palestine, the Golan, Sinai, and Lebanon; ; for 9/11, and up to the [Swiss] minaret ban. Maybe in the future they will forbid us from entering their countries.

"Our craftiness is in dance and roulette games; see what [the Zionists] have attained by means of [craftineess in ] science and politics, [and what] we have attained by means of oppression and domination!

"In essence: O nation whose ignorance has made you the laughing-stock of all other nations!"[1]

I am wondering: shouldn't this be read as something of a modest proposal?

Note the deliberate errors and mega-conspiracy theories ("occupying Palestine, the Golan, Sinai, and Lebanon; ; for 9/11, and up to the [Swiss] minaret ban.")

Note the barely concealed admiration for
"their [Zionists'] power of thought, economics, and planning in all countries,"

Who exactly is the author targeting with his tirade?

Anyway, this piece for some reason reminded me of this:

Consider Jewish scholars in this light: All of them have a high regard for logic, that is for compelling agreement by force of reason; they know, with that they are bound to win even where they encounter race and class prejudices and when one does not like to believe them. For nothing is more democratic than logic; it is no respecter of persons and makes no distinction between crooked and straight noses..

(Nietzsche, The Gay Science, 348)

14 Comments:

At 1:24 PM EST, Anonymous Anonymous said...

nietzche puts his spin on things..because he hated religon(christianity basically)...so he for sure found the jewish scientist were great in his eeyes especially. and that wa the view of many philosephers.

jews hate when others work based on their religon, weather christians or muslims.

anyways

jews when exiled in egypt...returned strong to cannan
when exiled to babyloan...returned strong to cannan agian
when exiled to (west world) returned strong

mixing with people who have knowledge was one of the benifits of disiapora. gaining thought and tools from them.
nobody should forget the power of jews, due to thier mingiling with the west.

and for me.........its clear that a big portion of jews,hail anything that hurts muslims,throgh writing and other means...although not all.


in the end arab rights shall return ALWAYS.

arabian

 
At 1:28 PM EST, Anonymous Anonymous said...

by the way nietzche wasn't speaking about the zionest movement.
I am 100% sure he woulnt respect it at all.

 
At 5:06 PM EST, Blogger The Contentious Centrist said...

What are "arab rights"?

What's a 'right' according to Arabs?

 
At 5:42 PM EST, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Arab rights are the land confiscated by the zionest movment backed by britian and the USA in a later period. If Arabs should accept peace as a deal then jeruslim is the capital according to 1967 borders and the return of refuges and dismantiling illegal settlments. Arabian

 
At 5:53 PM EST, Blogger The Contentious Centrist said...

What about the 1,00,00o Jewish refugees from Arab lands that were integrated into Israel? Do they have the same rights as your "refugees" to have their property and money returned to them?

 
At 6:09 PM EST, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jews in Arab lands can't be compared to Arabs in Arab lands. It's the weirdest and most insulting comparasion This comparision cam workout in the united states and Canada only the rest of the world would burst in lauhghter at it. Arabian

 
At 8:03 PM EST, Blogger The Contentious Centrist said...

"Jews in Arab lands can't be compared to Arabs in Arab lands."

Why not?

 
At 8:31 PM EST, Blogger The Contentious Centrist said...

"by the way nietzche wasn't speaking about the zionest movement.
I am 100% sure he woulnt respect it at all."

Would he respect Arabs or Muslims?

Here is what Spinoza said about Muslims:

“In this the Turks have achieved the greatest measure of success. They hold even discussion of religion to be sinful, and with their mass of dogma they gain such a thorough hold on the individual’s judgment that they leave no room in the mind for the exercise of reason, or even the capacity to doubt.”

Do you see yourself in this formulation, Arabian?

 
At 10:25 PM EST, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nietzche wrote about arabs and muslims. you may know his views I dont know. He wrote about many things.

as to sipnza...yes I hate when ignorant people speck about religion. as I hate when religous people try to poof religon through scintific explorations. I think both can go hand on hand (religon and reason). and if they cant go together...then reason is limited and cant accommodate religion.
by the way the turks are secular know! arabian

 
At 11:47 PM EST, Blogger The Contentious Centrist said...

Who is Spinoza? Do you know? "Turk" was how Muslims were called in his time.

If religion and reason went hand in hand together, then it wouldn't be religion, would it ? If would be fact, verifiable through our senses.

The whole point of religion is that it rests on faith in the mysterious, unknown and unknowable.

 
At 7:34 PM EST, Blogger EscapeVelocity said...

Noga, Ive been silenced at Solomonia. Dont know if my post will get through.

 
At 8:54 PM EST, Blogger The Contentious Centrist said...

I don't think Solomon bans posters. Try again.

 
At 10:05 PM EST, Blogger EscapeVelocity said...

Well, he didnt seem the sort, Conservatives hold the idea of freedom of speech much more dear than Leftists.

I think, Ive only mildly annoyed him, as well.

But you never can tell, Harry's Place proudly proclaims Free Speech in it's banner, and Ive been given the ole mod que blackhole treatment over there.

 
At 10:49 PM EST, Blogger Solomon said...

You're not banned. Your comments often get marked as spam for some reason (by Typepad anti-spam, so if you ever want to look into why, start there). I don't get an email about every spam comment (for obvious reasons), so I don't know about it unless I receive a message or until I check manually (only occasionally).

 

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