Tapir-faced shoah-dawg calls for drive by genocide on rock hurlin’ homies on da west side. But don’t expect any remonstrating, ostracizing or demands of censure to befall this jive talkin’ Jew. That only happens to Whites who dare speak out in favor of their self-preservation.
Can you dig it?
Abbas, Palestinians should die: Israeli rabbi
JERUSALEM (Reuters) – An influential Israeli rabbi has said God should strike the Palestinians and their leader with a plague, calling for their death in a fiery sermon before Middle East peace talks set to begin next week.
“Abu Mazen and all these evil people should perish from this earth,” Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, spiritual head of the religious Shas party in Israel’s government, said in a sermon late Saturday, using Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’s popular name.
“God should strike them and these Palestinians — evil haters of Israel — with a plague,” the 89-year-old rabbi said in his weekly address to the faithful, excerpts of which were broadcast on Israeli radio Sunday.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu distanced himself from the comments and said Israel wanted to reach a peace deal with the Palestinians that would ensure good neighborly relations.
“The comments do not reflect Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s view or the position of the government of Israel,” Netanyahu’s office said in a statement.
The United States said Yosef’s comments were “inflammatory” and an impediment to peace efforts.
“As we move forward to relaunch peace negotiations, it is important that actions by people on all sides help to advance our effort, not hinder it,” State Department spokesman P.J. Crowley said in a statement.
President Barack Obama’s administration is hosting Israeli and Palestinian leaders in Washington this week to try to restart direct Mideast peace negotiations after a nearly two-year hiatus.
The Iraqi-born cleric has made similar remarks before, most notably in 2001, during a Palestinian uprising, when he called for Arabs’ annihilation and said it was forbidden to be merciful to them.
He later said he was referring only to “terrorists” who attacked Israelis. In the 1990s, Yosef broke with other Orthodox Jewish leaders by voicing support for territorial compromise with the Palestinians.
Saeb Erekat, the chief Palestinian negotiator, said Yosef’s latest comments were tantamount to calling for “genocide against Palestinians.” The rabbi’s remarks, he said, were “an insult to all our efforts to advance the negotiations process.”
Arriving at Netanyahu’s office for a weekly cabinet meeting, Deputy Prime Minister Eli Yishai of Shas declined to comment when asked by reporters about Yosef’s sermon.
Netanyahu and Abbas are due to resume direct peace talks in Washington Thursday, the first such negotiations in 20 months in a peace process that commits both sides to avoid incitement, which has included anti-Jewish sermons by Palestinian clerics.
(Additonal reporting by JoAnne Allen in Washington. Writing by Jeffrey Heller, Editing by Jon Boyle and Chris Wilson)
Though written over a hundred years ago, this poem-by one of the greatest authors and poets ever to put words to parchment-remains a timely theme for our White folk.
By Rudyard Kipling
The Stranger within my gate,
He may be true or kind,
But he does not talk my talk–
I cannot feel his mind.
I see the face and the eyes and the mouth,
But not the soul behind.
The men of my own stock,
They may do ill or well,
But they tell the lies I am wanted to,
They are used to the lies I tell;
And we do not need interpreters
When we go to buy or sell.
The Stranger within my gates,
He may be evil or good,
But I cannot tell what powers control–
What reasons sway his mood;
Nor when the Gods of his far-off land
Shall repossess his blood.
The men of my own stock,
Bitter bad they may be,
But, at least, they hear the things I hear,
And see the things I see;
And whatever I think of them and their likes
They think of the likes of me.
This was my father’s belief
And this is also mine:
Let the corn be all one sheaf–
And the grapes be all one vine,
Ere our children’s teeth are set on edge
By bitter bread and wine.
This is a very confusing time we live in. While most of us White folks have been beaten with the White guilt hammer and are afraid to show any emotion regarding race, we now even see the media scrambling to say the “right” thing as they report.
Case in point, the Connecticut Brewery slaughter. 8 dead, one suicide, and more scars for the battle of the races. Usually the media would be quick to blame Whites for the violent actions of blacks. It seems that even liberal papers such as the LA Times and NY Times are at least reporting the facts and not painting the story with White guilt. Here is the Story From the NY Times.
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Yes there seems to be a hint of bright light in the darkness. Some news organizations and papers actually reported that Thorton was being fired for theft, and his actions were retaliation rather than actual racism. It was also reported that the family of the brewery owners are very philanthropic and donate money to help increase access to education for less fortunate children and specifically black children.
You don’t see White advocacy groups, or even us at Red Robin Chronicles cheering for the death of Thorton, nor do we revel in the fact that Thorton has again proven a point to the world about homogenization and racial diversity. It is hard to ignore that forcing races to co-exist creates animosity and anger on both parts. Trust can never be established with forced tolerance and integration.
On the flip side one can easily find with a quick Google or Youtube search, black advocacy groups using this situation to spread even more hateful dialog against Whites. Here is a fun clip from our pals at “The Black Power Cartel”. I bet you can’t even watch the whole thing.