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  • berthold12d berthold12d Mar 8, 2003 6:24 PM Flag

    Re: Why are Jews BLAH BLAH BLAH

    ASHAMED BY YOUR COMMENTS:

    I have been reading your comments and others comments on Jews and our president. We all in life have problems that can be solved if we try to communicate with each other, but with the present political situation, no one wants to listen.

    The only way to settle the Palistine situation is to have all country leaders get involved and STOP THE KILLING of all innocents.

    How would you like to live in a country where you don't know if you would be alive tomorrow.

    Let't talk about MSFT and not dwell on other nations problems........??? How about it?

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    • Can't we have one night off from the joooooz are this and the joooooooz are that crap!

      NOW IN THEATERS----

      It's the "INVASION OF THE JEWISH BODY SNATCHERS"

      YES-- long ago, in a world forgotten-far far away from here--the planet ZIO-- the planet was going to blow up-- but only this small group of ZIOs whom called themselves joooooz, planned on evacuating the ill-fated planet. they were the only group bright enough to build a jooo spaceship. Why u ask? because on the planet Zio, they took all of the books away from the others- and forced them to learn their language and walk around like zombies-
      anyway-- as the planet was being destroyed by a meteor, the jooooz escaped, and found a planet with comparable conditions- that's right---EARTH.
      they began to develop body snatching and brainwashing techniques that slowly made them MASTERS -- well, unfortunately for the joooz, their motives were revealed by a couple of geniuses on this MSFT message board---
      but, the story ends well-- the joooz eventually beat back that band of idiots and their merry men.

    • You're welcome. Glad you liked it.

    • ADL's proof that all Christians are Anti-Semitic

      If the Christian wants to lead a Jew to Jesus, he's an anti-semite.

      If the Christian doesn't want to lead a Jew to Jesus, in his mind letting the Jew burn in Hell, he's an anti-semite.

      Thus, all Christians are anti-semites.

      > at least they aren't anything near as the JDL which was involved with trying to blow up a Mosque. <

      I suppose not regularly blowing up Mosques entitles them to an award for humanitarianism.

    • thx
      great site

    • > ps-- good luck getting a response--
      > i used to email cnbc quite often 3 years ago
      > questioning whether there were any guidelines
      > that "analysts" had to go by before appearing
      > on the show--(ie-disclosure, whether would buy
      > or sell a stock it recommended or not...)
      >
      > why they even give an email address--i don't
      > know

      The guy seems like a featherweight honestly,
      I don't expect a response. I find that if
      I can find some obscure expert hiding in a
      corner, and this is his life, I get lots
      of information.

      Except about this subject. Racists are so
      common, that I do not blame people being
      careful to talk about the situation lest
      their comments be taken out of context to
      support some white supremicist group.

      It is a pity that bigots exist, they prevent
      discussion and hinder a just resolution to
      this problem. Anybody that dares criticize
      Israel is immediately lumped in with that
      lot of scum. In may ways, supremicist groups
      provide the greatest support Israel could
      hope for since nobody wants to be linked
      to them.

    • ps-- good luck getting a response--
      i used to email cnbc quite often 3 years ago questioning whether there were any guidelines that "analysts" had to go by before appearing on the show--(ie-disclosure, whether would buy or sell a stock it recommended or not...)

      why they even give an email address--i don't know

    • fair enough-- have a good one--
      i'll check back later

    • >http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=31194

      You already showed me this this article, and
      I have read it even before you even showed me
      the link. I wrote author and asked him about
      partition. He leaves a few key facts out,
      like the Zionists were settlers to the area in
      his article.

      He's not written back yet.

    • > pneu, please see
      >http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=31194neu

      It doesn't come up.

      > "taking land" is not accurate or fair-- i do
      > agree some/very little land was actually
      > taken, for which i reparations may be owed-

      It is UTTERLY correct. First the Ottoman
      empire in 1858 made a decree that all land
      had to be "declared". Since most people
      living in the region were 1) uneducated
      2) peasants, they didn't declare the land.
      Other did, and it was mostly this land that
      was sold to the early zionists in the early
      1900's.

      That accounts for maybe 10% of the land.
      The rest of the land was simply taken, through
      partition which the Zionists wanted and
      every nation in the Middle East were against
      as well as the Palestinian people for very
      obvious reasons.

      > u remember the land israel gave back after
      > menat wars started by surrounding countries?

      No, I don't nkow about that. I'm studying
      the early history right now. I will get to
      it.

      When partition was announced by the UN, here
      is how it broke down:

      5,893 sq miles were given to Israel. There
      were 608,000 Jews at the time

      4,476 sq miles were given to the "Arabs" or
      Palestinians or however you want to refer
      to them. The people that were living there
      for the last several hundred years. They
      numbered 1,327,000.

      Does this sound fair?

      You may not like it, but the record is CLEAR.

      > if everyone went back where they came from--
      > arafat would be back in egypt, and sharon
      > would be right where he is--

      Sharon's family is from Russia. He wouldn't
      have ever lived in Israel if it wasn't
      unjustly partitioned and then taken over
      by the Zionists before him.

      Although Arafat was born in Cairo, Arafat's
      mother was originally from Jerusalem and
      he was later raised there by his mother's
      brother (maternal uncle) when she died and
      he was 5. His uncle was a "Palestinian".
      He was later brought back to Cairo and
      raised to maturity by his sister.

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