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Friday, January 13, 2006

The things I never knew about myself.

You know, I've just discovered something.
Apparently, I hate brown people. That's according to Jesus' General, ofcourse. He wrote a whole piece about the nominees in the JIB 2005 awards and I'm mentioned there (woo-woo, thanks for the traffic) as an example to someone who hates brown people.
Only in Israel's caption for a photo showing soldiers beating a brown person:

That kinda gives a new interpretation to "go back to where you came from".

That photo ofcourse is this picture of Lazer. Lazer, for those of you who don't know, is a violent protestor against the security barrier, or in other terms, protesting for the continuous explosions of Palestinians in Israeli crowded places. Lazer has attacked soldiers countless times, throwing punches and kicks, and I have the bruises to prove it.
He's a scumbag pure and simple. And the joke in the photo "going back to where you came from", would be a joke about his weight, comparing him to a whale, thrown by greenpeace back into the sea.
Lazer is an Israeli, and a self-hating Jew. So while this Captain Jesus' or whatever the moron's name is, likes to divide the world into various categories of colour and race, you can check me and the rest of the world's Jews in the same box.
As usual, the anti-Israel crowd is sadly mistaken. Pathetic as they are, it's more ridiculous that people actually believe the crap they spew.

Oh, Captain Jesus also made another error, I believe I introduced Pancake Corrie jokes long before Aaron.


  • Apparently, I hate brown people. That's according to Jesus' General

    He never said you hate brown people, he complimented you on the photo of a brown person getting beaten.

    Why do you hate the truth?

    By Blogger 16, at 2:44 AM, January 14, 2006  

  • The General is only complimenting your humour and I'm sure he is trying harder to win an award next year.

    Hating brown people is hard, it's hard work.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:12 AM, January 14, 2006  

  • Know I Know Why I should Hate Jews.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:35 AM, January 14, 2006  

  • It's true that you are really fixated on Leiser. I can't explain it. It is odd. Perhaps the explanation is prejudice against brown people. Prejudice might help explain some of your hatred of Palestinians also, and willingness to attack them, steal their land, etc..


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:10 AM, January 14, 2006  

  • Is that Leiser creature a brown person in the first place? His name sounds awfully Ashkenazi to me, it's one of those names that used to be popular in the Jewish schtetls of Poland.

    Oh and ISMer, "fixation" on Leiser (which takes place on more than one blog, I believe) is easily explained by his downright comical appearance and the pink glasses he wears in some of the photos. The guy is a living breathing caricature.

    By Anonymous Womble, at 2:35 PM, January 14, 2006  

  • Know I know why I should hate Jews

    Apparently you know why you should hate jews, but not how to spell "now".

    I'm not fixated on Lazer, ISMer. I remind you, I didn't bring this topic up, The idiot who linked to me and flooded this site with trolls and creeps did.
    And in case you didn't get the memo, Jews and Arabs are both "brown" people. We come from the same ethnicity, semites.
    As I have previously said, you're the one with the racism problem. You see, ISMers somehow think that because they're white they'll be treated better than Palestinian or Israeli violent protestors. It's exactly that kind of patronizing that got Pancake Corrie killed, you see, she thought she wouldn't get harmed in a warzone, because she's white.
    Skin colour is overrated. This ain't racial. It's very simple, Good life loving people against Bad worshippers of death. And we all know on what side of it YOU are.

    By Blogger OnlyInIsrael, at 4:46 PM, January 14, 2006  

  • What a load of bullshit, you hate-spewing monster.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:47 AM, January 15, 2006  

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    - from The HUMAN PARADIGM

    By Blogger James Fletcher Baxter, at 4:54 PM, April 21, 2006  

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