Monday, April 13, 2009

Wow, Jews are Stingy!

I really had to flag a post (not a direct link -- not sending traffic their way), which comes from the feverishly anti-Semitic ... right? Left? I can't tell at this angle. It all blends together. Anyway.
... It doesn't take many grey cells to see that the US and Israel are up to some of their usual mischief in creating this pseudo-crisis about Somali pirates. When the Islamic Courts Union (ICU) held sway over Somalia, piracy had been virtually eradicated.
Add in the fact that Israel's ZIM Integrated Shipping Services is one of the world's largest maritime operators..... What's that? You don't know who ZIM is?

ZIM is one of the Israeli owned companies that hot footed it out of the WTC one week before the attacks, even agreeing to give up their $50,000 dollar deposit on their lease....

Can we say it more like Dr. Evil? $50,000. Now remember, we're talking about what is likely a billion dollar company. And we're expected to take the loss of $50,000 as a giant, billowing red flag. Hell, I bet these guys would have taken the failure of Jewish WTC employees to loot the take-a-penny-leave-a-penny tray as proof they were implicated in the attacks.

It'd be amusing if I didn't have to look over my shoulder in case these brownshirts ever rise to power.


Cory said...

I'm glad you posted about this, but if I were you, I'd use your post as a comment on the original page that made these comments. Sites like the one you (sort of) linked to are preaching to the choir. Its audience is like-minded. I think that in order to really confront these guys, you need to shake them up a bit. Expose his foolishness on his site. You will not change his mind, but you may change his readers minds. Go get him, I say!

PG said...

Unfortunately, I think that blog is from the Left -- it refers to using money for Israel that otherwise could go to assist the unemployed, homeless and Katrina survivors. Someone blogging from the Right would be bemoaning the tax burden that assistance to Israel puts on us, not that spending is diverted from the needy.