To be precise, the President of the United States, Donald Trump has today not announced the capital of Israel, but simply recognised the right of the people of Israel to determine their own seat of government.
Jerusalem has been the capital city of the Jewish people for more than 3,000 years, 69 of which the city has been the capital of the liberal-democratic and sovereign nation-state of the Jewish people, the State of Israel.
A message to "The Guardian", a modern-day kind of "Der Stürmer", delivered some time ago by HonestReporting much more nicely than I would be inclined to do:
WHATS THAT ? An election promise ?
And WHAT IS THAT ?
An election promise kept ?
An election promise kept, something so rare that not even I can find an appropriate metaphor for it...so I give the floor to Bibi and his thank you message:
Someone posted on line that this decent and courageous act by President Trump had brought the Jew Haters out of the wood works. I have always thought there are so many out in the open already, that there can hardly be any left in hiding......
Paul Joseph Watson gives us some of those haters. Looking at this list of seven, I see seven reasons why President Trump decision to move the American Embassy to the Capital of Israel could only be the right one:
You may add to those the pathologically islamophile Pope Francis who doesn't seem to like Catholics very much, let alone Jews.
Joining him are Merkel's toyboys (will they claim the Nürnberg Defence when the time comes?) her own tubby (socialist) foreign minister and Macron the President of France who owes so much to the Muslim Brotherhood, not least of all his exalted position. I wonder: can the condemnation from her other obedient little servant, Zuckerberg from Face book be far behind ? ......
No-body's toyboys are these two of my favourite Australian political commentators, authors and self-identified "Outsiders": Andrew Bolt and the deliciously erudite Rowan Dean, editor of the OZ Spectator magazine:
Recently, I posted about an Imam I "could" respect. Take away the "conditional" in that sentence and read: An Imam that I "do "respect. This is what he had to say about the matter:
As I go along, I will add some comments that I find interesting and/or funny, and you might too: This one was a little exchange on the VladTepes blog: