Another Atrocity Against the Jews, and the Truth About it All

As all civilized, reasonable people have been, I was horrified and disgusted by another terrorist murder of Jews in Toulouse, France, including a father and two sons, and a daughter of a head-of-school.  Disgusting, animalistic, inhuman--the adjectives about this despicable act abound to no end.  I have not written about it.  Everyone else has. What is there new to write?  Nothing. This excuse for a human used the 'Palestinian cause' as a reason for his actions.  It doesn't matter what the excuse, this action was unconscionable.  France's president Sarkozy's response:
 "There are beings who have no respect for life. When you grab a little girl to put a bullet in her head, without leaving her any chance, you are a monster. An anti-Semitic monster, but first of all a monster," he said.
 These sub-humans unleash their horrific acts against helpless innocent victims who cannot defend themselves, because of an 'ideology' or some other excuse for their disgusting, irresponsible behavior. HOW DARE THEY TAKE A CHILD'S LIFE?  HOW DARE THEY TAKE A LIFE OF SOMEONE WHO HAS NOT ATTACKED THEM?

It's not as if the Jewish people raise their children to hate others--they don't, unlike the so-called Palestinians who have done so, in schools, educating their children that the Jews are descendants of pigs and monkeys, and in their children's television programming, encouraging them to be "martyrs" and jihadists--don't take my word for it, just check YouTube out for videos.  At best, Israel is presented in such a manner as to deligitimize it's existence.  Perhaps this is not as prevalent as it once was, and I am sure there are errors in texts on both sides.  But Jewish and Israeli culture generally do not teach hatred of others.  Jewish culture promotes learning, acts of kindness, and peace.  Unlike Islam, the so-called "religion of peace," which is anything but.

I'm outraged and disgusted, and so when I saw that one of my friends on Facebook posted a Pat Condell video whose theme was related to the atrocities being perpetrated in the name of something-or-other against the Jews, blah blah blah, I checked back to see if I had ever posted this one before, and couldn't find it. Now, I didn't check my blog too thoroughly; I may have forgotten to label it.  So I'm posting it--maybe again--here (hat tip, Natasha). 

Heed his message.  If you dare.


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