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Sunday, 24 August 2014

24 August 2014. Zionist Brutes Out of Gaza! Banderovtsy Filth Out of Kiev! FASCISTS OUT!

00 Carlos Latuff. Shhh!!! Denouncing Israel's War Crimes is Anti-Semitism. 2009


I’m AGAINST Zionism and AGAINST Anti-Semitism… both equally and without reservation! Here, Bayan Miks do Hava Nagila (and the Russian crowd LOVES it)…


The Zionists in Gaza and the Banderovtsy in Kiev are the same! There’s no real difference between the two… not a tuppence worth that matters. I hate both Zionism and Anti-Semitism! BOTH! EQUALLY AND IN LIKE MEASURE! If you hate Jews, you’re my enemy… if you hate Palestinians, you’re my enemy… that’s that. Pass the kibbeh and the Manischewitz… give me seconds on the matzoh balls and the tabbouleh (and falafel in pita cover both bases, don’t they?)… now, that’s GOOD eats…


Tuesday, 3 September 2013

Metropolitan Philip Saliba on the Syrian Crisis

00 Syrian Christian Girls Easter


Editor’s Foreword:

Lest I be accused of anti-Semitism by some overheated Zionist nutter, I state here that I’ve presented Metropolitan Philip Saliba‘s words in their entirety. I refuse to censor anyone in the name of Political Correctness, no matter how powerful a particular faction may be. We’re all the poorer for kowtowing to such. I shall speak frankly… to disagree with a particular Jew or with the State of Israel isn’t anti-Semitism, and I’ll hold and express that without shame. Anti-Zionism isn’t racism… and that’s that.



We gather this evening to pray for the repose of the souls of the Arab martyrs who died in a vain war which history never experienced. When a revolution in Tunisia overthrew President Zin al-Abidin bin Ali, and when another revolution in Libya overthrew Colonel Muammar Muhammad Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi, the USA said, “This is the Arab Spring“. In the June issue of Word Magazine, which expresses the opinion of the Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese of North America, I wrote an editorial titled: Is this an Arab Spring or a tornado? This tornado extended to wounded Egypt, Palestine, Iraq, beloved Syria, and beautiful Lebanon, whilst Jordan stands these days on the edge of the abyss. After the Zionists’ gangs defeated all Arab armies during the first war between the Arabs and Israel, the great Syrian poet Omar Abu Risha, with much indignation, delivered a poem in Aleppo that said:

My nation, do you have among other nations a pulpit for the sword or pen?
I look at you with much sadness ashamed from your past which has vanished.
My nation, how many idols you glorified which did not have the purity of an idol?

This past which has vanished, and over which Omar Abu Risha shed tears, is the dawn of Islam when the Prophet Muhammad destroyed the idols of al-Kaʿbah. As our Lord Jesus Christ drove out the traders from the Temple saying to them, “My House is a house of prayer, but you have made out of it a den for thieves”. Are the Salafists and fundamentalists who slay children as if they are sheep and who stab men in the chest to take out the hearts of their enemies and eat them are Muslims? Oh my God, NO! They’re blasphemers, and if you don’t believe me, go to the Holy Quran and learn forgiveness and love. The Quran states, “Man is the brother of man whether he likes it or not”.

Advise them to read Sura al Imran, Sura al-Ma’ida, and Sura Maryam; then, maybe, they’d understand. Our Lord Jesus Christ said, “Love your enemies, bless those who curse you and if anyone slaps you on the right cheek, turn to them the other cheek also”. He also said, “Do to others as you would have them do to you”. When we see rivers of blood streaming in the Arab streets, we can’t help but ask, “Are they really Muslims?” Moreover, when we see the Christian West supply Arab countries and Arab people with lethal weapons to kill each other we can’t help but ask, “Where are the Christians?”

Four months ago, gunmen abducted two Orthodox Archbishops from Aleppo, namely Archbishop Youhanna Ibrahim and Archbishop Boulos al-Yazigi. Rumour has it that they’re imprisoned between the Syrian and Turkish borders and other rumours say that they’ve been killed and departed to the Heavenly Kingdom. What did these two God-loving Archbishops, who dedicated their lives to prayer, good deeds, and preaching love do to deserve such treatment? Why haven’t we heard anything from them or their captors after all these days? Real revolutions are made for creating a new world, not for kidnapping, murder, stealing, burning churches and mosques, kidnapping bishops, and shedding the blood of priests.

I don’t want to talk too long, however, allow me to conclude this message with some verses of poetry which were written by the famous and great Damascene poet, Nizar Kabbani, may his soul rest in peace, during the commemoration of the establishment of the Arab League in Egypt, which moved to Tunisia after President Anwar al-Sadat signed that shameful peace with Israel. I remember from this famous poem the following immortal verses:

O green Tunisia I have come to you as a lover,
And on my forehead there is a book and a rose.
I am the Damascene whose profession is love.
He sang and the earth and the forest became green.
I am tired my friend with my Arabism.
Is Arabism a curse and torture?
The Arab world is either a slain
Lamb or a butcher ruler.

This is our tragic condition today. May the peace and the mercy of God and His blessings be upon you.

28 August 2013




Thursday, 29 August 2013

29 August 2013. Helen Thomas… One Feisty Lady… Вечная её память

00 Helen Thomas. 29.08.1


Click here, here, and here for news reports on Ms Thomas’ death.

There are “Political Zionists” who portray Ms Thomas as an “Anti-Semite”… nothing could be further from the truth. These people try to throttle any public utterance not to their liking… and do their best to hurt those who make such statements. Why, they use the same tactics that they castigate… but it’s OK when they use them! I abhor Anti-Semitism. I abhor hatred of any sort. I also abhor self-appointed blue-nosed Nosy Parkers who feel that they have a right to “police” our conduct and speech. Therefore, I condemn the hypocrites who attacked Helen Thomas. Shame on them! She uttered no Anti-Semitic slur. She DID utter anti-Zionist and anti-Israeli sentiments, but those AREN’T Anti-Semitic. This is what Ms Thomas said:

Tell them to get the hell out of Palestine. Remember, these people are occupied and it’s their land. It’s not German; it’s not Poland.

When asked where Israeli Jews should go, she replied:

They could go home to Poland or Germany or America and everywhere else. Why push people out of there who’ve lived there for centuries?

She also mentioned that she was of “Arab background”. Although she did make a public abasement, that didn’t please the PC crowd (God, I hate them… they make the Left look like fools, buffoons, and hectoring nannies). Later on, she said:

I paid a price, but it’s worth it to speak the truth. Congress, the White HouseHollywood, and Wall Street are owned by Zionists. No question, in my opinion. … I just think that people should be enlightened as to who is in charge of the opinion in this country.

Let’s not be coy, Helen Thomas was NOT a supporter of Neo-Nazi freaks. Far from it, she was a moderate leftist all her life. She supported “diversity”… hell, I’d say that she didn’t have a bigoted bone in her body. She didn’t like what the Israelis are doing to her “tribe”… she was sticking up for her own. What’s wrong with that? Absolutely nothing, I’d say! However, the grovelling that many public figures made to the Israel Lobby was disgusting. It made it appear that the Israel Lobby WAS in control of the USA (it is NOT… emphatically, not)… which created fertile soil for REAL Anti-Semitism. In short, the Zionists ended by promoting what they claim to oppose… the growth of anti-Jewish hatred and lies in our society.

Helen Thomas was a grand and gutsy lady. Full stop. Anyone who says otherwise has to deal with me. She spoke her mind; free of hatred, free of bigotry, free of malice. That’s a wonderful legacy to leave behind.

Вечная её рамять!


Thursday, 29 November 2012

UN Upgrades Palestinian Status to Non-Member Observer State


On Thursday, the UN General Assembly recognised the Palestinian Authority (PA) as a non-member observer state. 138 UN members approved the Palestinian bid, submitted by President Mahmoud Abbas, nine voted against it, and 41 abstained from voting. The move amounts to an implicit recognition of Palestinian statehood and increases the PA’s chances of joining other UN bodies. It also allows the Palestinian Authority to challenge the continuing construction of Israeli settlements on occupied Palestinian land in the International Criminal Court. Before the historic vote, Abbas urged the General Assembly “to issue the birth certificate of Palestine”. He also reiterated that Palestinians would continue their efforts to achieve fully-recognised statehood.

Abbas submitted Palestine’s official application for recognition as an independent state in the UN in September 2011. An American veto in the Security Council blocked that bid. Thousands of Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip greeted the Thursday vote with great jubilation, as it formally gives them global recognition. Now, the PA, which earlier had “permanent observer” status at the UN, joins the Vatican as the only other entity with non-member observer state status.

Exactly 65 years ago, on 29 November 1947, the UN General Assembly passed a resolution calling for Palestine to be partitioned between Arabs and Jews, allowing for the formation of the Jewish state of Israel in 1948. The Palestinians rejected that partition plan, and decades of tension and violence followed. The Palestinians demand the establishment of a Palestinian state in the West Bank, Gaza Strip, and East Jerusalem, the territories captured by Israel in the 1967 Six Day War, as a precondition for peace talks with Tel Aviv.

30 November 2012 (MSK)



Editor’s Note:

This is a good step. The Church supports the Palestinians… not the violent Zionists and their American sugar-daddies. If it wasn’t for American support, Israel would be forced to have serious peace talks with the Palestinians. As more than one Arab has told me, “So-called ‘terrorism’ will end when the USA ends its support of Zionist terrorism“. Amen.

However, to be clear… I oppose Zionism and all its works… I also oppose anti-Semitism and all its works. That’s part and parcel of a unified world view… to be against anti-Semitism, but to support Zionism, is a logical impossibility. Zionism is racism… anti-Semitism is racism… both are evil and all decent people must fight both.


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