Saturday, March 10, 2007

Nazi Catholic Bishops

From the Arutz Sheva, Israel National News.
A group of German bishops visited Israel and the "occupied territories" and expressed dismay at the fortifications and check-points that separate Jews from murderers. They didn't put it quite like that, though. In fact, they offered their piety and pity to terrorists who must climb fences and pass through check-points before they can detonate themselves along with Jewish men, women and children.
Ya gotta wonder if these guys aren't crackheads impersonating priests. Maybe thay can volunteer strapping the explosive gear around the chests of terrorists and giving them rides to the checkpoints. Or perhaps they'd like to strap on a one-way ticket to Allah themselves?

One bishop compared those obstacles to the Berlin Wall. Another referred to Ramallah as the Warsaw Ghetto.

No mention, from these bishops, about the thousands of Palestinian Arab suicide bombers who made these barriers necessary. No mention that those barriers have saved countless Jewish lives. Jewish life has never been high on the German agenda. Likewise, nothing from these bishops about Arab school books that teach hatred of Jews and, yes, even Christians.

If you want a gander at some Palestinian "educational material" look at this, or look at Palestinian kids "playing" at beheading someone. The Berlin Wall was built to keep an enslaved population in. The Israeli security wall is being built to keep murderous Palestinians out.

As reported in the UK Telegraph: "Bishop Gregor Maria Franz Hanke said he planned to amend this year's Easter message to German churches to include the delegation's impressions and to demand a change to the situation." Translation: "Hitler didn't finish the job."

The bishops, 27 of them on this tour, were evidently nostalgic for the good old days, when it was "Springtime for Hitler," and Jews throughout Europe had no choice but to submit for the cattle cars and crematoriums. These days, the Jews have a nation and an army. These days, the Jews can actually defend themselves.

And they'd better. No one defended them during the Holocaust and no one will now. I very much doubt the US would step in if Israel were attacked again.
We can only imagine the frustration of these bishops, who had no Gestapo to call upon to solve the Jewish Question over in Israel. Everywhere they looked - Ach Gott! - Jewish soldiers!
Remember to send the IDF a pizza.
Hmmmmmmmmmm. Pizza!
I can't have any. I'm on a diet.

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