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My Struggle With Evil

Updated on July 1, 2014

Three innocent children; not soldiers, not political activists, not even old enough to appreciate how evil some people in this world can be. I must confess, I am struggling with the three recent murders of Eyal Yifrah, Gilad Shaar and Naftali Fraenkel. Not so much with the fact that Hamas is a murderous organization that slaughters innocent children but with the fact that people like Barak Obama and John Kerry plead with the Israeli government not to do anything rash, not to respond violently, but to instead meekly accept this violent act of terror as nothing more than the growing pains of the myth of a Palestinian nation. Oh, where have I heard this before? Oh, yes, I've heard it during the European inquisition, the pogroms of Russia, the Dreyfus affair of France and the voices of neighbours that watched as their next-door families were shunted from their houses in Germany, Poland, Austria, the Ukraine, and a dozen other countries of Europe during the 1930s and 40s into the death camps that will always be Europe's shame. And this truly is a condemnation upon the liberal left wing of American politicians that so easily dismiss the death of these three children in the same manner that someone wipes the excrement from the bottom of their shoes while walking their dog. Don't blame the dog, after all, it is only doing what comes naturally. You should have been more careful where you were walking. In this case, the dog is hardly innocent, as we are dealing with a people who lack the basic understanding of humanistic love, caring, sharing and instead are possessed by a sinister, self-imposed suffering disposition, manifesting itself into a delusional hatred. They are afflicted with a vile disease of hate and those that are willing to excuse their actions are even more contemptible than the sick disgusting creatures that Hamas and its supporting network of Arab factions are themselves. We have the right to strike back, we have the right to protect ourselves, and for those Jews that support this liberal leftwing approach to our eventual extermination while these deceitful entities deny vehemently that that they are Anti-Semitic to any degree, then all I can say is that you shame us as a people, you shame yourself as nothing more than a panderer after those that would gladly walk over your graves and most of all you are an embarrassment and insult to the Almighty, whom has preserved you this long only to see you willingly back and support those that disguise their true actions through liberal double-speak and false promises because you desire so much to be 'one of them!' When will you ever learn, you will never be one of them. They will never let you be one of them. Take a last look at the faces of Eyal Yifrah, Gilad Shaar and Naftali Fraenkel and know once and for all that is your eventual reward for wishing to be ONE OF THEM. Now is the time to draw a line in the sand. Stand along side your people, along side all those that choose God's Torah and commandments, whether they be born Jew or not but know beyond a shadow of a doubt that they are a Child of Israel in their heart, or stand on that other side with your Barak Hussein Obama and his lapdogs like John Kerry and Chuck Hagel. If you cannot see that they are overseeing our extinction through their liberal, leftist thinking under the guise of democratic principles, then be aware that the accounting has begun and you will be found wanting. That is a certainty under God.


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      BAR 3 years ago



      What can be said? The politics of murder smash the bias that is normalcy. Your fury is justified, your target is inaccurate. Who benefits? Cui be more accurate. What EVIL truly engages the son's of Rebekah? Whose Hand drips the sacrificial blood of these children?

      The Modern State of Israel is a Feudal rot of decay, it is not from an outside hand these children were destroyed, rather an inside one close in kinship has delivered them as bait to a much larger sacrifice in the making.

      Do not let the surface confuse the depth. What do the Jesuits and the House of Red Shield have in common? Answer this and you'll have your proper target.

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      Kahana 3 years ago

      I am crying for three innocents killed by a deliberate act of intentional murder. That is where you fail to understand the difference.

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      Deforest 3 years ago from USA

      You are crying for three people whereas thousands Palestinians died?