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By David Vance On September 24th, 2011 at 7:12 am

Troll has rightly picked up on Netanyahu’s excellent speech at the UN crucible yesterday. I also enjoyed this one liner from it;

“President Abbas just said on this podium that the Palestinians are armed only with their hopes and dreams. Yeah, hopes, dreams and 10,000 missiles and Grad rockets supplied by Iran, not to mention the river of lethal weapons now flowing into Gaza from the Sinai, from Libya, and from elsewhere.”

THIS is called speaking truth to immoral power.


By David Vance On September 17th, 2011 at 9:21 am

Signs on the New York subway.

WESPAC Foundation's subway ad campaign is the first volley in a war of words playing out on billboards. A pro-Israel group plans a counter-campaign.


By David Vance On September 16th, 2011 at 8:41 am

Talk about Daniel going into the lions den. I suppose this is similar, except maybe hyenas is more apt;

Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, will address the UN General Assembly on Friday next week, setting the stage for a potentially dramatic diplomatic showdown with the Palestinians. He will speak on the same day that Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian leader, is due to deliver a landmark speech calling on the global body to support Palestinian statehood. “The General Assembly is not a place where Israel usually receives a fair hearing,” Mr Netanyahu said on Thursday. “But I still decided to tell the truth before anyone who would like to hear it.”

Of course few will want to hear the truth. The UN is a moral cesspit and Jew bashing is what is does best. The US will veto the call for Narnia statehood but Palestinian nirvana but it will still end as a hellish mess. How can Israel seek a genuine peace with Fatah/Hamas when their stated aims means the demise of Israel?


By David Vance On September 7th, 2011 at 8:35 am

Interesting to see where Obama sees his intelligence priorities;

The United States government has spied on the Israeli embassy in Washington by bugging its phones, according to a journalist who received secret transcripts from an FBI translator who was jailed for the leak.

Who is surprised at this? I am sure that just about every Foreign Embassy in the US is subjected to some level of State surveillance, such is the murky and disconcerting world of secret intelligence.  In a way this is fair enough as it may help discern important information that could help the US make the right decisions in certain circumstances. But Israel is a friend of the US, a beacon of freedom and liberty in the stygian darkness of the Middle East, and the fact that the Obama regime  evidently sees Israel as a concern should concern us all. I know that Israel has shrugged this off since it plays the long game and knows that Obama may be history in little over a year. Let us hope they are right.

The Clock is Ticking

By Patrick Van Roy On August 25th, 2011 at 11:52 pm

Last week the Egyptian military aided terrorists that crossed into Israel and attacked civilian targets, at least seven Israelis were killed and dozens were wounded in a sophisticated multi-stage terrorist attack, believed to be perpetrated by almost two dozen attackers and launched from Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula into southern Israel last Thursday afternoon.

The attacks commenced at about noon on Thursday, when three terrorists wearing military vests and armed with assault rifles, RPGs, roadside bombs and bomb belts, crossed into Israel near the Netafim Border Crossing along Route 12 between Mitzpe Ramon and Eilat.

The terrorists spread out about 200 meters from one another and began attacking passing vehicles. They first opened fire on Egged Bus 392 which was packed with civilians and soldiers. At least 10 passengers were wounded, most of them lightly to moderately, after the bus driver continued driving.

Moments later, one of the terrorists opened fire at an empty bus that drove by and detonated the bomb belt he was carrying, killing himself and the bus driver. Another terrorist opened fire at a passing car and killed the female driver.

One of the two remaining terrorists opened fire at a passing car, killing four people. An IDF jeep from the Golani Brigade then arrived at the scene and ran over the terrorist, killing him.

Egyptian military fired across the border at the responding Israeli Soldiers, the Israelis crossed the border and killed 3 members of the Egyptian Military and destroyed two Military Jeeps.

Add to this yesterdays statements from the Mad Little Persian:

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said that Iran was determined to eradicate Israel, ISNA news agency reported Thursday.

“Iran believes that whoever is for humanity should also be for eradicating the Zionist regime (Israel) as symbol of suppression and discrimination,” Ahmadinejad said in an interview with a Lebanese television network, carried by ISNA.

“Iran follows this issue (the eradication of Israel) with determination and decisiveness and will never ever withdraw from this standpoint and policy,” the Iranian president added in the interview with the Al-Manar network.

The remarks by Ahmadinejad came one day before the annual anti-Israeli rallies named Qods (Jerusalem) Day, which are held nationwide in Iran on the last Friday of the fasting month of Ramadan.

Ahmadinejad on Monday said that Iranians and Muslim nations worldwide should hold Qods rallies and show their willingness to dispose of this “infectious tumor and this regime full of rascality.”

The Iranian president provoked international condemnation in 2005 when he said that Israel should be eliminated from the map of the Middle East and transferred to Europe or North America.

It’s Time to stand up and be counted, lock and load fellas.

‘Its only words’ Chapter 128, revised.

By Mike Cunningham On August 19th, 2011 at 8:38 am

I was listening to a BBC Today report on the ongoing terror activities in Southern Israel, the hosts of those terrorists in Gaza, and the role of the Egyptian military.

I listened as Jeremy al-Bowen, the BBC reporter who has had his conscience surgically removed, together with the implantation of Palestinian-friendly speech patterns, was forced to speak the exact truth when describing the deadly happenings on the Israel/Egyptian border.

It seems as though three Hamas-related terrorists had attacked the Israeli bus, and two were killed by the Israelis, but the third one, who was dressed in the standard suicide-vest so beloved of these brain-dead imbeciles, was stopped by three Egyptian soldiers; whereupon he detonated his killing device.

As Bowen and the Today man discussed the deaths of the three Egyptians at the hand of the terrorist, who was never ever described as such by the BBC men, I really did sense a feeling of deep regret and frustration that they were unable to allocate the Egyptian deaths to the Israelis. They would have really loved to pin those Egyptians’ deaths at the feet of the Israeli military, but as the next speaker was Mark Regev, the authoritative Israeli commentator, who also had the facts; they were forced, just for a change, to speak the exact truth!


By David Vance On August 18th, 2011 at 8:52 pm

Security personnel next to bus after ambush, Thurs

Sad to see that at least 25 injured in triple terrorist attacks near Eilat; special police forces, IDF soldiers kill 7 terrorists; series of bombs go off near IDF patrol along border with Egypt, gunmen fire on bus, private car.

Seven people were reported dead and at least 25 injured in a three-stage terrorist attack along Israel’s border with Egypt on Thursday. IDF forces were still searching the area around Eilat and the Egyptian border out of concern that there may be terrorists still in the area. Sources said that it is possible that there were as many 20 terrorist in the area, both in Israel and on the Egyptian side of the border.

These terrorists operating with impunity from Hamastan can rely on continued multi-billion funding  from the UN/EU axis of Jew-haters.


By Pete Moore On July 2nd, 2011 at 7:18 pm

Oh Greece is surely (surely!) in big trouble now. An American ship, one of the Gaza Fleet of Eternal Love, went and made an unauthorised dash for it. Hoping to catch the Greeks unawares – not the toughest feat in my experience – it was announced that they would be sailing next week. The ship had been held by Greek authorities “for technical reasons”, yet the sneaky buggers jumped aboard and set sail for Gaza. Now I’ve no problem with this. If they want to sail from Athens in bathtubs then go right ahead. The Greeks, in my view, had no moral right to detain them in port. The thing is, Greek commandos put away the backgammon, roused themselves from their slumber, gave chase and dragged them back to port:

Quite a show of force against peace-loving activists I’m sure you’ll agree. The action unfolds here. Fortunately for Giorgos, Yannis and Kostas, no Greeks were stabbed or beaten in the updates. However, the reputation of Greece around the world (well, from the UN to the press) is surely set for a nose-dive. When Israel carried out a similar operation “progressives” reacted like their hair was on fire. Today my hunch is that reaction will be somewhat more calm. If it is we’ll know (as if we didn’t already) that it isn’t the action which matters but who is doing it.

Good News; for the Jews, and for Israel

By Mike Cunningham On June 17th, 2011 at 8:45 pm

As someone once said, “If the Arabs hadn’t got the oil, no-one would have taken any notice of them!”

Well, things maybe about to change in that small corner of the Mediterranean, where the only Democracy has survived despite several attempts at her destruction from overwhelming armies on three sides.

Seems as though, in addition to a natural gas field in her territorial waters, the moves are underway to develop the Shale Oil which lies about twenty miles away from Jerusalem.

So when all the Arabs find they have lost their lock on all of the Middle-Eastern oil valves serving the free world, they might just realise that perhaps it will be then that the Arabs, including Saudi Arabia, will discover that all their wealth has made them very few friends!


By David Vance On June 5th, 2011 at 5:23 pm

This is most excellent.