where are the mountains


By Anonymous
February 3, 2011
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Where are the mountains that can match some people ? Can there be anything more uplifting than the tenacity and the naked human spirit of the men and women defending freedom square in Cairo ? Who can deny that they are there for you and me ?

And in contrast we have Bibis speech pretending that Israel is on the side of freedom and democracy in the middle east. After decades of being pally pally with the regions worst dictators. After decades of being on the side of the devil, suddenly pleading they are on the side of the angels, because the angels seem for the moment to be winning.Pass the sick bag Alice.

Mubarak, Assad, Netanyahu, Abdullah,Abbass, Saudi Arabia are the middle east's ancien regime, They will share the same coach on the flight to Varennes.

And if I could knit I would be the first to knit under the guillottine and watch their heads roll. Being careful to ensure their heads didn't kiss in the basket.

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amber

Thu, 02/03/2011 - 19:29

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simonson, let me explain - I know it's hard for you, being the rabid Israel hater that you are.

Israel is afraid that if the genocidal Muslim Brotherhood comes to power in Egypt, which is entirely possible, the peace treaty between Israel and Egypt will be torn up by the Muslim Brotherhood, and a massive war will follow.

How awful of those Jews to be worried about a new war.


jandrsimonson (not verified)

Thu, 02/03/2011 - 19:52

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Amber, thank you. I stand corrected.


Watchful Iris (not verified)

Thu, 02/03/2011 - 20:48

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Knitting is highly over rated


Watchful Iris (not verified)

Thu, 02/03/2011 - 20:51

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But not as over rated as an Amber " explanation "


jose (not verified)

Thu, 02/03/2011 - 21:14

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One-neuroners make one-liners... Myopic Iris, as usual!

simonsam, blaming Israel for what all democracies in the Western world have done for decades of Mubarak rule, is antisemitic, according to the EU working definition of it:

Applying double standards by requiring of it a behavior not expected or demanded of any other democratic nation.


Jon_i_Cohen

Thu, 02/03/2011 - 22:37

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And - - this time the Moslems (Brotherhood) will have the latest American military hardware in their hands. This is what janrsimonson takes glee and delight in, the potential that hundreds if not thousands of Jewish lives will be lost in an ensuing war.


amber

Fri, 02/04/2011 - 00:12

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iris, what a perceptive and insightful comment.

So I see that the Jews have nothing to fear from the Muslim Brotherhood, that they are just bloody minded war mongers who are inventing problems. They should embrace an Islamicized Egypt, where women will have the same status as Iran, and anti-Semitism can be official policy. I hope this all happens so that you are pleased.

Why are you such an idiot?


amber

Fri, 02/04/2011 - 00:13

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iris, was that meant to be funny - like your stripper jokes (which you repeated several times because they were so good)?

Perhaps you could give some kind of warning that we are to be treated to the comic genius of iris.


raycook

Fri, 02/04/2011 - 12:03

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"After decades of being pally pally with the regions worst dictators."

Please explain who these worst dictators have been that Israel is 'pally' with in the region.

Do you mean the genocidal Ahmadinejad? or maybe Saddam Hussein?

Perhaps it's the Hamas leadership who also want to kill every Jew on the planet that Israel is 'pally' with? Or was it Yasser Arafat the dictator of the PLO who wanted to destroy Israel and drive the Jews into the sea?

Perhaps you are referring to Assad senior and junior of Syria or the Kings of Saudi Arabia?

And Gadaffi is a real friend, of course.

Making peace with your enemies does not mean that you are 'pally' with them. It just means they stop trying to kill you whilst harbouring hatred in their heart as with Egypt and Jordan.

Your statement is so far from the the truth and the real world that you must truly be demented.

If you think Egypt will become a western democracy - like Israel - then you should look at how many times in the past 5,000 years Egypt has had a democracy - zero. I'm not holding my breath.

Your statement reflects how you would like the world to be. You would like Israel to be on a par with the dictatorships around it and not a free society to justify your irrational hatred. So you make yourself believe it and then spew out your dementia on these blogs.

The only person who believes your lies and gross distortions is you.


jose (not verified)

Fri, 02/04/2011 - 12:24

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Maybe we could count the number of dictatorships among those that systematically vote against Israel at the UN, to see how many "pals" Israel have among them?
Let's take Israel level as the middle point, such as in this Free House map:
http://www.freedomhouse.org/uploads/fiw09/MOF09_MENA.pdf

You can see that in the region, there is only one free country, with Morocco, Lebanon, Jordan and Yemen (!!!) going next.
Of course, simonsam sees a problem in the only free country of the area, and nothing elsewhere...

Isn't that 'strange'? Doesn't is sound like double standards are applied?


jandrsimonson (not verified)

Fri, 02/04/2011 - 13:08

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You can see that in the region, there is only one free country,

Didn't the coalition of the bullied and the bribed invade
Eyerack to establish democracy ? Was that enterprise an abject failure ?


jose (not verified)

Fri, 02/04/2011 - 13:13

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Didn't the coalition of the bullied and the bribed invade
Eyerack to establish democracy ? Was that enterprise an abject failure ?

Not totally. Of course it is impossible to establish a democracy ex nihilo, but the coalition got rid of a dictator and his mass-murderering regime, remember?
Not what I would call a total failure and even less "abject".

But of course, you're simonsam!


mattpryor

Fri, 02/04/2011 - 13:23

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People had better prepare themselves for another Iraq if Egypt descends into total chaos with Jihadis firing surface to air missiles at commercial air traffic - seems like a not unreasonable scenario the way things are going.

My hope is that Mubarak stays in power until September and oversees a peaceful and organised transition of power to a stable democracy. But that's not going to happen, especially if Obama gets his way. Above scenario is much more likely.


jandrsimonson (not verified)

Fri, 02/04/2011 - 13:55

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Of course it is impossible to establish a democracy ex nihilo

Was the Iraeli democracy not established " ex nihilo " ? ( I'll overcome my nausea and use such a stupid expression just this once.)

Matt you are the living proof that irrational hope truly does spring eternal.


jose (not verified)

Fri, 02/04/2011 - 14:00

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Was the Iraeli democracy not established " ex nihilo " ?

Not at all, Jews established a system that they had contributed to create round the world. Jewish democracy is much clearer than that in France, for example, whose small parties are (luckily, I would say) kept out of the Parliament.


jose (not verified)

Fri, 02/04/2011 - 14:03

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I'll overcome my nausea and use such a stupid expression just this once.

Psychosomatic symptoms are sometimes felt by people whose hate is eating up their nervous system. Each year Israel celebrate its independence, haters get nausea.


jandrsimonson (not verified)

Fri, 02/04/2011 - 14:18

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JoseAnth you are incomparably entertaining. I am not among the vast majority that would have you banned again on the grounds that you are still serially boring. I think you are a hoot.

Tell us about your life outside this blog site. I assume you have one.


Watchful Iris (not verified)

Fri, 02/04/2011 - 14:23

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Maybe he has long conversations with himself. Posner talking in native French and Jose in native Spanish ?


Yoni1

Fri, 02/04/2011 - 14:48

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Simonson, were you born stupid, ignorant and antisemitic, or did you have to take classes?


jose (not verified)

Fri, 02/04/2011 - 14:55

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JoseAnth you are incomparably entertaining.

Where is JoseAnth, simonsam? And why is he entertaining?

Tell us about your life outside this blog site. I assume you have one.

Are you talking to yourself, simonsam?

Posner talking in native French and Jose in native Spanish ?

Where is Posner, Myopic? Why do you think I would speak Spanish to a South African?


jose (not verified)

Fri, 02/04/2011 - 14:56

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simonsam and one-liner Myopic have nothing to say on their own hate subject. Except that they vomit each time realities are mentioned, such as the democracy in Israel.


jose (not verified)

Fri, 02/04/2011 - 15:04

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The "-1" pseudos are multiplying. I think the JC is being systematically invaded now.


raycook

Fri, 02/04/2011 - 16:20

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Israel did not create its democracy ex nihilo. This shows a not surprising ignorance of the history of the the yishuv which was developing democratic institutions for 50 years before the State was declared.

For Egypt to move to democracy it requires the current regime to declare general elections and allow time for political parties to form and to formulate policies. This will not happen.

Sadly, the only well-formed political party is the banned Muslim Brotherhood - another Hamas in waiting.

Let's hope the Egyptians can build a true democracy. I really hope they do.


raycook

Fri, 02/04/2011 - 16:28

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for the definite outcome that Israel will be blamed whatever happens, see Elder of Ziyon:

http://elderofziyon.blogspot.com/2011/02/egyptian-conspiracy-theories-in...

This is why Muslim countries and specifically Arab ones cannot progress. Whatever their political complexion, Jew-hatred serves the regime well to deflect criticism of specific elements within the country.

The result is that they can all eventually unite behind one policy - hating Israel.

For decades, Israel has been blamed as the root cause of all evil in Egypt. Despite the 1979 peace accords, the public continues to perceive it as a “symbol of evil or even Satan,” explained Younis. Egyptian media has been nurturing this narrative for years, with Egyptian cinema and TV showing Israelis as villains in various scenarios regardless of the genre of the movie.....
“Israeli-phobia” has become a characteristic of Egyptian national identity, which the state has been building over the past decades, said Younis.
Peaceful relations with Israel remain unacceptable to the majority of the Egyptian public, something acknowledged by the Israeli government in wikileaks documents released last year to the Jerusalem Post.

So jandrsimonson have like-minded friends in Egypt, it seems.


jandrsimonson (not verified)

Fri, 02/04/2011 - 16:37

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I wish my kids would quit marking me down. This calls for vengince.


Yoni1

Fri, 02/04/2011 - 17:29

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They are marking you down for your misspellings, illiterate.


jose (not verified)

Fri, 02/04/2011 - 19:09

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I wish my kids would quit marking me down. This calls for vengince.

That would prove they have not inherited your intelligence. A very good news for them, if it were true.

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