BlamE the U.S. and IsraeL..who else?

Kindly cross posted over at: thirdworldcounty

“KARACHI, Pak-istan – A suicide bomber blew himself up outside the home of a prominent Sh-iite Mus-lim cleric Friday, killing the cleric and a bodyguard and triggering a riot in this southern Pakistani city…

Suicide blast kills 3 people in Pakistan continues…

…After the attack, hundreds of his youthful followers set fire to a state-owned gas station and damaged a bank branch and some shops..

In addition to the rioters, about 300 youths gathered near Turabi’s house, weeping and chanting slogans against America and Israel, usual targets of anger in the wake of acts of violence in this Is-lamic nation.”

O.K. kids time for Math class.
About 80 percent of Pakistan’s 150 million people are Su-nni; most of the rest are Sh-iite.
So…er….what’s up with the ahem….”youths”, a.k.a. Muzlim terrorists, to those of us in the REAL world…..chanting slogans against America and Israel?
Where exactly is the not-so-fine line that distinguishes Americans from their enemies?…uh perhaps the fact that 80% of the country is Muzlim may be a bit of hint there ?

Here’s another hint to those intellectually challenged.
America was conceived in liberty and has maintained its faith in the principal that all men are created equal.
Got that?

I will leave Liberals out of this discussion as they have utilized our democracy and our hard earned freedoms to subvert the very Constitution and Laws that are the source of them.

Apparently many Muzlim communities across the world believe that Americans and Israelis deserve abductions, mutilation, and beheadings.

Another difference between US and them:
According to our enemies………
Severing heads off of humans seems to be an acceptable form of resistance to American or Israeli perceived “occupation” and thus a valid method of retaliation.

For those seeped in denial..many of the A-rabs and Muzlims living in your own communities who happen to have access to the Internet, or the local mosque, support such blatant anti-Americanism and anti Israelism.

Not to mention the good ole American Muzzzzzzzzlim organizations with tons of money and considerable influence.

Most of whom receive monetary and a great deal of political support from foreign countries that just happen to support what they affectionately call “fundamentalist Izlam.”
For the list of haters see this here post: Who hates America and Israel the most?

Of course all these ahem… “groups” claim only to be working to safeguard the civil rights of American Muzlims. cough cough.

But some have actually checked into their records, and guess what? They were found to be supporting and working for those foreign interests that are hell bent on destroying the United States and Israel.

How some of them even manage to procure American passports is still a mystery to me and no doubt to anyone who hasn’t lost their alleged mind just yet.

So g’head Pakki’s…chant your anti-America and anti-Israel slogans.
Maybe we can put it to some music and have us a new hit single.


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Others rantin ‘n ravin:
123beta, PlancksConstant
LinknZona has the latest on Israel. Assorted things over at SamanthaBurns
PiratesCovehas the latest on Israel.

26 Responses to “BlamE the U.S. and IsraeL..who else?”

  1. Phil says:

    Go ahead Pakki’s make my day!

  2. KArL MM says:


  3. Always On Watch says:

    Any opportunity for them to chant about death to Israel and death to America. It’s pathological–obsessive, psychotic–you name it.

    Talk about schizophrenic! They are totally out of touch with reality and are caught up in their hate-fest..

  4. Angel says:

    Thanks Phil, AOW and Karl M for join the rant! At least some of us are tryin to hold onto our sanity..sheesh. :)

  5. Butch says:

    Hey Angel,

    You are more than welcome to cross-post at my site anytime…

  6. 123beta says:

    Open Trackback Weekend #10…

    Feel free to link to this post all weekend long……

  7. ABF says:

    “So g’head Pakki’s…chant your anti-America and anti-Israel slogans.”…. LOL .. ok..sooooo I have a question. What’s the difference between the pull starts and the push starts … or are they all the same?

  8. Gayle says:

    YOU GO, GIRL! WOW! (‘scuse my hollering.) “Alleged Minds” is absolutely right when referring to Lieberal Moonbat Idiots. (Sorry again for being redundant.)

  9. Gayle says:

    In addition to my above comment (’cause it’s late and I’m tired and I really did mean to say this but forgot) I really think that we should be helping Israel. Israeli’s are our friends. Do you just stand by and watch your friends get into a battle like this and act like a spectator?! I don’t! I believe in standing beside my friends, and if they are weaker than me, standing in front of them. It’s is dispicable that Israel is taking this on alone!

  10. bernie says:

    I can see from the photo leading your article that it’s only a few extremists that are causing the problem. It’s amazing that liberals can look at the scene above and still maintain that the problem with Islam is a small number of whackos. I don’t know about you, but I see tens of thousands of Osama supporters in the space of a small town.

    Somehow the entire world’s collection of Jihadists happened to pour themselves into this one photo op. Afterwards they must go back to Algeria, Iraq, Jordan, Jersey City etc.

  11. Phil says:

    Gayle we will be helping Israel. Yes Gayle Israeli’s are our friends but most importantly is because they are currently the only tried and true democracy in the middle east as well as one more important factor that most people don’t know of especially the left and arabs and few others and that is if you have ever read the Bible you will know that those who stand with Israel the souls will be saved and those who do not well let me just say this, eternity is not going to be a pleasant place.

    Also Gayle while I am at it, you may want to pay very close attention to what is happening from here on out because if it turns out like I think that it might and only us and a few other countries stand with Israel then we are looking and will be witnessing what the Prophets said will happen in the Book Of Revelations to be called THE END TIMES.

    Also if you haven’t read your Bible now would be a good time to start.

  12. Phil says:

    I have a different view on all this after reading the Weekly Standard report on this by Bill Krystal.…12/ 433fwbvs.asp


    WHY IS THIS ARAB-ISRAELI WAR different from all other Arab-Israeli wars? Because it’s not an Arab-Israeli war. Most of Israel’s traditional Arab enemies have checked out of the current conflict. The governments of Egypt, Jordan, Iraq, and Saudi Arabia are, to say the least, indifferent to the fate of Hamas and Hezbollah. The Palestine Liberation Organization (Fatah) isn’t a player. The prime mover behind the terrorist groups who have started this war is a non-Arab state, Iran, which wasn’t involved in any of Israel’s previous wars.

    What’s happening in the Middle East, then, isn’t just another chapter in the Arab-Israeli conflict. What’s happening is an Islamist-Israeli war. You might even say this is part of the Islamist war on the West–but is India part of the West? Better to say that what’s under attack is liberal democratic civilization, whose leading representative right now happens to be the United States.

    Here, however, is one lesson that does seem to hold: States matter.

    Regimes matter. Ideological movements become more dangerous when they become governing regimes of major nations. Communism became really dangerous when it seized control of Russia. National socialism became really dangerous when it seized control of Germany. Islamism became really dangerous when it seized control of Iran–which then became, as it has been for the last 27 years, the Islamic Republic of Iran.

    No Islamic Republic of Iran, no Hezbollah. No Islamic Republic of Iran, no one to prop up the Assad regime in Syria. No Iranian support for Syria (a secular government that has its own reasons for needing Iranian help and for supporting Hezbollah and Hamas), little state sponsorship of Hamas and Hezbollah. And no Shiite Iranian revolution, far less of an impetus for the Saudis to finance the export of the Wahhabi version of Sunni Islam as a competitor to Khomeini’s claim for leadership of militant Islam–and thus no Taliban rule in Afghanistan, and perhaps no Hamas either.

  13. Phil says:

    In case that link above didn’t go through correctly let me try that again.

  14. Freedom Watch says:


    Israeli aircraft strikes Beirut for the first time in a 4-day assault on Lebanon. One body was recovered in the attack on the Israeli warship that Israel says, “Iran assisted Hezbollah with,” — Israeli warplanes strike bridges near Lebanon-Syrian bo…

  15. Phil says:

    Apparently they killed a couple of Egyptian soldiers when they misfired on they Israel gunship and hit a civilian ship. That story is just over the wires and developing.

  16. Phil says:

    Apparently they killed a couple of Egyptian soldiers when they misfired on they Israel gunship and hit a civilian ship. That story is just over the wires and developing.

  17. Phil says:,7340,L-3276094,00.html
    Lebanese hate Israel, upset at Nasrallah

    Arab newspaper reviews: Lebanon residents openly criticize Hizbullah leader for putting their country at risk. Surprising voices in Beirut call to disarm organization. Iran threatens Israel, brother of Lebanese prisoner in Israel conveys his glee over abducted Israeli soldiers
    Roee Nahmias

    Criticizing Nasrallah. The Arab world’s criticism of Hizbullah’s leader started with Saudi Arabia, while Egypt and Jordan only provided hints. Nasrallah’s beloved Lebanese street also began criticizing him, although less so.

    The Saturday edition of the London-based al-Sharq al-Awsat Arabic-Language newspaper reported of a growing trend of criticism in Beirut.

    “I stayed awake all night long, smoking and watching the news. I can’t understand life here in Lebanon. Hizbullah should be disarmed,” the newspaper’s reporter was told by a restaurant owner named Morris in east Beirut.

    No passage. Lebanon’s Zahrani Bridge (Photo: Reuters)

    “I don’t believe one party should be making the decision and putting the entire country at risk,” said Zina, who took her place in a crowded line in the supermarket, buying necessities and preparing for the unknown.

    “I am against Hizbullah but also against the Israeli response. There are millions of citizens in Lebanon and, as usual, our infrastructure is ruined. It seems that Israel’s interest is to hurt the Lebanese people. I am very angry,” she said.

    Tehran threatens. It seems that Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s statement that “If Israel attacks Syrian it will get a crushing blow” was not said for nothing. Iranian sources told the Qatar-based newspaper al-Watan that “If Israel dares to attack Syria it will face a front from Tehran all the way to Gaza.”

    Additionally they said: “There is a clear decision by the leadership and the people of Iran to protect Syria and face any threat it will be facing.”

    The sources also said that Ahmadinejad told Assad during a phone conversation that “the Zionist-American threat on Damascus has reached a dangerous level, and there is no choice but to respond with a strong message so the aggressors will reconsider whether to launch a preventive attack against Syria.”

    Economic crisis in Lebanon. During Nasrallah’s press conference announcing the abduction of the Israeli solders, a reporter asked him: “Did consider the price the Lebanese economy would pay?”

    Nasrallah, surprised, squirmed and gave an answer that could be condensed to one sentence: “Yes, but there are more important things.”

    Bombed Beirut. Nasrallah an unpopular person (Photo: Reuters)

    Lebanese citizens started accumulating gas and propane while an energy official in Lebanon told them that there is enough propane to last one month. He also called on merchants not to engage in price gauging.

    The Lebanese energy minister also urged the public not to accumulate gas in order to “not to create an unnecessary crisis.” However, government statements are one thing and reality is another.

    Tourists started fleeing Lebanon, after the country had experienced the best tourist season in 20 years. The minister of tourism described the damage as “huge”.

    Leaving Lebanon

    Lebanese airport officials transferred all the airplanes to Amman, Jordan, fearing damage. The tourism industry in Lebanon employs 300,000 people and was expected to collect a record income of USD 5 billion. They could not believe the sights of tourist fleeing the area.

    Some 15,000 vehicles (mostly foreign) have left Lebanon by way of Syria after Israel bombarded the Beirut airport. The Syrian border crossing has never had to contend with so many people asking to cross into Syria, and has alleviated some entry procedures.

    ‘Lebanese planes leave airport,’ al-Nahar, 15.7.2006

    Still happy. The conflict began, among other reasons, as Hizbullah said, to free Samir Kuntar and a Lebanese prisoner held in Israel for murdering the Haran family in Nahariya over 20 years ago.

    “Today, every mother feels as if she is mother of Samir Kuntar,” said Nasrallah during the press conference that followed the deadly attack on Israel and the abduction of two Israeli solders.

    Bassam Kuntar, Samir’s brother, praised the attack: “I kiss the hands and foreheads of the people who carried out the act. I can imagine right now Samir Kuntar and his friends filled with happiness,” he said.

    In an interview he gave to an Israeli-Arab newspaper published in Nazareth he said that his mother and relatives were very happy after hearing the news.

    “Clearly we are sorry over all the casualties caused by the enemy’s attacks; but we are proud because we know that this is part of the price that our nation has to pay. This is an issue of honor which stresses out people’s willingness to sacrifice for the liberation of our land, liberation of our prisoners and defending our air and sea,” he said.

  18. Phil says:

    ABF says: ok..sooooo I have a question. What’s the difference between the pull starts and the push starts … or are they all the same?

    Well ABF it’s like this, with my bare hands I will pull the heads off of those terrorists loving pakkis and then take a dump down their necks and then I will push their heads back on top of their neck.

  19. benning says:

    Concise explanation, Phil. You will never make a politician.

  20. Tim says:

    A liberal is someone so open minded that their brains have fallen out.

  21. Gayle says:

    Thanks Phil, for the comment in response to mine. Let me assure you I read the Bible.

    Angel, I’d do a trackback to this post from
    but I’m having a bit of a problem with HaloScan. Perhaps it will work if I try it tomorrow.

    Blessings to you girl. You do a tremendous job here!

  22. VB Guru says:


  23. Angel says:

    Thanks to everyone of ya!…:) i will make sure to check out the links and your inputs are so appreciated. :)

  24. Rightwing Guy says:

    they are savages and cannot be reasoned with.

  25. Phil says:

    benning says: Concise explanation, Phil. You will never make a politician.

    No really Geewhiz do you think so?

    benning I never wanted to apply to be a politician, But if I did, and for some reason became President most of these Anti-American people including the news people would be put in military prison by my calling for Marshall Law I would have straightened there agenda out right quick. I am the type of guy who when it comes to dealing with the likes of Terrorist, shoot first and ask no questions and take no prisoners the only good terrorist is a dead terrorist.

  26. Phil says:

    Gayle says: Thanks Phil, for the comment in response to mine. Let me assure you I read the Bible.

    You are welcome Gayle, well I didn’t know if you did read the Bible because I know that there are some Atheist’s who are Conservative but are not against Christian symbols as some of the ACLU are.