god bless israel

It is usually during a time of crisis that we get to see who our true friends really are.

Israel is now in a time of crisis.

And if you take a quick glance at Twitter, it is immediately obvious that Conservatives, and especially Christian Conservatives, “have Israel’s back.”

Libs? Not so much.

The ones on the extreme Left?

As they say in Brooklyn, “fuhgeddaboudit.”

Nothing will change their minds, and they will continue to spew their hateful venom. (The tweets about Hitler, Jews and ovens are particularly classy. Not)

Other Libs are just Low Information People. (Remember, they all voted for the Gum-Chewer-in Chief.)

Kudos to Tammy for engaging with one of ‘em: Mia Farrow. You can follow the entire exchange here: Via Twitchy: Mia Farrow: ‘Why are they bombing homes in Gaza City?’ Tammy Bruce answers

The following Youtube was sent to me by a friend, yesterday. Not sure of the original source.

But since it is in cartoon form, maybe some of the Low Information peeps will “get” it.

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  1. Maynard says:

    This cartoon fails to address the fundamental issue. The underlying question is whether Israel is a legitimate, organic nation (in which case it has the right to exist behind secure borders) or a colonial outpost that fundamentally doesn’t belong there, at least not as anything but perhaps a collection of resident tourists that understand they must take a back seat to the “natives”. The defenders of the Palestinians are not unaware of the Arabs’ criminality; they merely feel that they have no other way to address their legitimate grievances or conduct their war.

    If you’re having a civil conversation, you can ask whether someone believes that Israel has the right to exist as a sovereign state behind secure borders; a sovereign Jewish state. And if they agree with this, then ask whether it’s possible for there to be peace when the Palestinians do not agree. The Palestinian sympathizers will be mealy-mouthed at best; their most positive answer will likely be something to the effect that if Israel is a Jewish state, then it’s inherently apartheid and/or a theocracy, and that’s unacceptable. (And their negative answers will rant about stolen land, killers of babies, etc.) Bottom line is they don’t really think a real-world Israel should exist, and their reactions to the conflicts arise from that foundation.

    In stating this, I’m not trying to argue one side or another (that’s another discussion); I’m just trying to clarify the argument.

  2. Cathode Rays says:

    By the way, this is how some schools are governed today. This video is fantastic, on multiple levels!

  3. LucyLadley says:

    Shifra, thank you for sharing this video! It points out the repetitive endurance from the real bully that has to be endured, before a breaking point is reached.

  4. Chuck says:

    The video is fantastic. Thanks for sharing.

  5. 1ntbtn says:

    This is a perfect example of their invasion. God be with all Jews and Christians around the world.

  6. ancientwrrior says:

    FanTastic, video. I say go pound them like nails into the ground, and the rest of the world can go pound sand! The world will never like Israel no matter what they do or don’t do.

  7. sandyl says:

    Great video. Unfortunately the libs will say “violence is never the answer.” He should have talked with the little brat to understand why the brat hated him so. bla, bla, bla goes the liberal tripe. Oh wait–i forgot, violence is ok of course if you’re a Jew, Christian, conservative or generally anyone with a brain in their head, because the world will not tolerate “bigots, racists, homophobes…” Makes your head explode when the libs don’t understand the hypocrisy of their own argument. Thanks Shifra for the video.

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