posted on Oct, 23 2011 @ 05:14 PM
Originally posted by Dr Expired
reply to post by FlyingSpaghettiMonster
Most who read this thread can see through your tactics...as I hazard a guess they have discernment.
"Blaming the Jooz" as you coarsely put it was not on anyones agenda until you acutely put it on the table...Gaddafi having a Jewish Mother is
curious or are we not allowed to state our observations lest we be labelled anti zionists?
In fact Iam pro Western , an dloathe the concept of a chosen race, as I loath the concept of the Nazi response to racial hate " The Ayryan Super
race"...no religion nor nation is beyond reproach.
The fact that Gaddafi is in essence /or was Jewish according to the talmud/torah is worthy of mention..but That does not make one a Joowish hater.
In the end , the end only begins.
No one said that a race was exempt from the same rules that apply to others. No one is preventing views from being expressed, but I have an equal
right to challenge them. I challenged the idea that Gadaffi owed anything to Israel, or would be rewarded, based on his track record of oppression of
Jewish citizens, which negates any Jewish heritage he might have.
I wonder at this repeated insistence on specifically Jewish culture being part of a sinister clandestine plot. Why is it signficant? Why them? People
of Jewish descent have good reason to be angry at others attitude to them - they've been stereotyped, libelled and persecuted for millenia. And the
'reason' for this has always been circular logic that says people's distrust of the Jewish people must have a reason behind it - no smoke without
fire. But that's not true. Prejudice needs no genuine reasons. I'll point out the ugly company you keep when you believe in Jewish people as a mass
all working towards a unified plot. Why do you think the idea of Zionist conspiracy appeals so much to the out and out racists of this world?
Sometimes excuses are made, pointing at one or two non-Jewish members of the supposed conspiracy, but often in the heat of discussion the distinctions
are lost, and the word 'Zionist' becomes interchangeable with 'Jew' meaning anyone born into that culture/religion, or even slightly connected by
blood, is assumed to be working for the cause. Just to be clear, I have significant issues with the government and military of the current state of
Israel, and the entrenched bigotry against the Palestinians that exists in the country. But no culture or religion is uniform and monolithic in its
belief. There are those on both 'sides' who disagree with their supposed comrades, there are even - whisper it - arab and Israeli atheists. The
crude discussion of the Middle East in terms of simplified power/religious blocs is futile and redundant. It's only when we deal with people as
individuals that any change may come.