Dirty seamen stain Dunkirk weekend

By Melchett Mike
May 30, 2010

“It does exactly what it says on the tin.”

So proclaims an advertising slogan for wood stain, which has entered UK popular culture to describe anything that is exactly as it appears or claims to be.

The slogan could not apply less to the two major nautical events of this weekend: on the one hand, the ceremony marking the anniversary of a sea “evacuation”; and, on the other, the anticipated arrival of the variously named “aid”, “freedom”, “peace”, even “blockade-busting”, flotilla.

No, don’t be fooled by “what it says on the tin”.

It is 70 years since the Dunkirk evacuation, when 340,000 Allied soldiers were rescued from the French beaches and advancing German armies in the early stages of World War Two. Whilst unquestionably a retreat, the bravery of the seafaring rescuers in their convoy of “little ships” – enabling Good to fight, and to triumph over Evil, another day – established the term “Dunkirk spirit” in the British lexicon.

A considerably less heroic convoy of seamen – a stain on this special weekend – are due to arrive in Israeli waters today, under the guise of helping the poor, besieged Gazans . . .

The same poor, besieged Gazans who gave a party of Islamofascist terrorists – whose raison d’être is the destruction of Israel no less than Hitler’s was that of the Jews – the majority of seats in their parliament.

The same poor, besieged Gazans whose government has been holding a kidnapped Israeli soldier for four years, in complete contravention of international law, and bombarding Israeli civilians with rockets for over double that time.

And, yes, the same poor, besieged Gazans who fill their children’s heads with vile anti-Semitic propaganda that would make Goebbels blush.

Even if you are troubled by these poor, besieged Gazans not being able to get their hands on a Kit Kat (couldn't give a f*** myself), make no mistake: this is neither a “humanitarian” mission, nor any of the other things written “on the tin” . . . but a dirty PR war – at least partially sponsored by the sickeningly hypocritical Turks, among the worst human rights abusers the world over – aimed at delegitimising Israel.

As for the participants, they are an ignoble collection of agitators who – unlike the heroic Dunkirk veterans – have absolutely no concept of Good and Evil, being motivated purely by hatred of Jews. How else can one explain their obsession with Israel to the exclusion of all else?

And, be in no doubt, if the boot was on the other foot, Hamas would drown every last one of them.

Kus ima shelahem ! כוס אמא שלהם

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Sun, 05/30/2010 - 22:42

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The blockade of Gaza is illegal. Actually I and many people I know have started blockading Israeli products. At my local Waitrose supermarket I often point out at the vegetable and fruit department that the stuff they are about to buy comes from Apartheid Israel. I would say that 9 out of 10 are sympathetic to the Palestinian cause and on closer examination anti Israel government. Attitudes against Israel have definitely hardened since the Gaza massacre and also the truth finally emerging about the ethnic cleansing as opposed to
"buying of the land from absent landlord" lies of 1947-48.

Melchett Mike

Mon, 05/31/2010 - 07:35

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Tom, if you only boycott Israeli products, you are an anti-Semite (or the Jewish equivalent, which is - in my opinion - far worse).


You should be ashamed.


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