Sunday, April 8, 2012

Netzarim Junction blood libel -- con't

Cute kid. Great actor. I wonder where he is now? I'm betting Bollywood.  Maybe on the stage in London at the Shakespeare Globe Theatre. I can just see him in Hamlet. Perhaps he is in India teaching holymen how you can have your intestines spilling out from automatic gunfire without bleeding at all or how to levitate or something ...

This is a giant piece in the jig saw. There was something about this incident that nagged. While I had and have no difficulty accepting that the Hamas and IJ bosses in particular would not hesitate to kill a Palestinian child in the greater interests of the cause (they do it all the time) would they be so stupid as to do it on camera for broadcast? What if something went wrong? Sure there were only Palestinians present and they had complete control of the Western media but Abdul's law suggests what can go wrong will go wrong, as they are now discovering. Were they conning the father and the camera man on how the play would end? Was the killing a stage accident (or at least did they tell the father that)?  Did they have such a hold over the father they could just order him to produce one of his children for slaughter?

Of course. The boy was not killed. He wasn't even hurt. He was home that night watching himself on CNN.

No one killed on stage but like all blood libels in history this was a bloody affair.

France 2 must have known this. How can you suppress footage that proves the boy was uninjured and still make some pompous claim to journalistic professionalism? The entire Western media must know this by now. In Australia at least I am not aware of a single report on the fraud let alone its implications for the media, including the Australian media, and its role in fueling modern Jew hatred with an ancient technique. It is just of no interest.

The Islamists have done their homework well. They know what plays at home and abroad especially in Europe. You only have to scratch the surface.


  1. Allowing the death of children for "the greater good" seems to be something quite acceptable for some:

    Ben Gurion: "If I could save all the children of Germany by bringing them to England and only half to Israel, I would choose the second."

    "Lesley Stahl on U.S. sanctions against Iraq: We have heard that a half million children have died. I mean, that's more children than died in Hiroshima. And, you know, is the price worth it?

    Secretary of State Madeleine Albright: I think this is a very hard choice, but the price--we think the price is worth it."

  2. It does seem to be a conundrum. The truth (actual history) seems to affect/effect few. That does not bode well for humanity. Technology can continue to progress but continue also to be manipulated because of the moral black hole. However, to remain positive in a realistic way, you and I have seen along with countless others the exposure of the Al Dura lie. Perhaps there is a critical mass forming. May it be soon and in our days.

    The Netzarim at include those that see and speak out for the truth and against error from a Torah perspective.