An attempt is made to share the truth regarding issues concerning Israel and her right to exist as a Jewish nation. This blog has expanded to present information about radical Islam and its potential impact upon Israel and the West. Yes, I do mix in a bit of opinion from time to time.
Monday, March 17, 2014
Extensive Investigative and Harsh Facts Makes One's Blood Boil
not like the idea that the government spends public money to advance its own
interests, rather than the ones of the public. I despise paying tax that is
clearly wasted, in untold sums, on irrelevant and useless causes and programs.
But my blood boils and my veins are ready to pop open when I am told, based on
extensive investigation and harsh facts, that my money pays to raise
generations of terrorists-killers who are forever on a prowl, seeking to kill
my fellow man and then, I am either lied about it or my protest is dismissed or
ignored. That is basically what the book Financing The Flames: How
Tax-Exempt and Public Money Fuel a Culture of Confrontation and Terror in Israel'
brings to light. Good American and other Western societies' citizens' hard earned
money pays, without their permission, to kill Israelis in the land of Israel,
all under the guise of 'international aid' and 'human rights'.
the book leaves me with these sound bites: Political narcissism is cancer in
our midst; the result of forgetting the word "truth", the world is
experiencing stannic control; anti-Semitism is now in abundance…anti-Semitism
means that Jews must not have a state of their own and thus must never have
genuine human rights…the anti-Semites of today are all in cahoots to bring the
Jews back to the exilic status from which they got freed 66 years ago, and LAST,
Western societies are willingly paying to kill Jews and the outcome, the more
Jews killed the richer the killer and his family become. We
speak about an enlightened world? I am yet to see the door opened to this
enlightenment, as all I see behind this door is unfathomable darkness. Nurit
Greenger, Los Angeles Californian / March 17, 2014