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2012-09-05 08:58:21 AM
5 votes:
Hey, those illegal settlements won't populate themselves.
2012-09-05 10:15:29 AM
2 votes:

Ostman: kid_icarus: Hey you! Jewish girl! Why aren't you having babies RIGHT NOW??

Yeah, who would have thought a race historically persecuted and specifically targeted for extermination in living memory (not to mention being surrounded by enemies who want them dead and their nation destroyed) would be little concerned with keeping the numbers up.

Shocking.

/Also, every country in the world isn't the same as the one you live in.


As long as I get to repeatedly sexually assault or apply quid pro quo on hot aspiring (non-Jewish) actresses and models, you could murder ALL my extended relatives in Poland, for all I care.

When your religion and social customs term all non-Jewish females to be sex slave cattle in the eyes of god and his Chosen People (!), then you forfeit any compassion in excess of that I'd have for other persecution victims. Like other bullies, Israeli and Neocon fanatics love to bring up past persecution in order to justify present and future cruelties, thefts and injustices against others. As such, there is no moral difference between Netan-yahoo and Milosevic. There is NO god, and there is NO chosen people.
2012-09-05 09:04:03 AM
2 votes:
7 billion people on this planet and governments are pushing for more. I think we ought to be providing incentives to *not* reproduce. If there's worry about supporting an aging population, maybe offer incentives to shuffle off a little sooner. A plan to save economies by increasing the global population is just a plan to save economic (and environmental) ruin for later generations.
2012-09-05 11:46:59 AM
1 votes:

natas6.0: It's surprising how much people hate israel and it's people


We don't hate Israel and its people.

We hate ethnic cleansing and apartheid-style discrimination.
2012-09-05 11:38:53 AM
1 votes:

shpritz: wedun: shpritz: wedun:
Did you notice that the article did not mention where the testimony of the complaintent did not follow the availiable evidence? Or do you just like to hear things that make you feel better about a court system that systematically discriminates against non-jews?

I'm no fan of my country's politics but I don't like bullshiat claims like you made either. We have enough lies and propaganda here as it is.

As an american, it makes me sick that my goverment is subsidizing your occupation of the west bank with billions of dollars in free aid, and that your country funds think tanks and other NGOs that lobby congress for the continuation of that aid. What offends me the most is the claim that the US and Israel "share the same values". If you think that systematic discrimination is "bullshiat", let me tell you something. It's obvious to everyone in the world, most of all to Americans, because americans have lived with racial discrimination for hundreds of years. No one should ever feel like they've "failed thier people" for not reproducing with a member of the same race as them, period. Every time I hear stories about the occupation, or about hate crimes in Israel, I'm reminded about how sick your country is.

As an Israeli, it makes me sick that my government is occupying the West Bank and Gaza. It embarrasses that institutional discrimination is so common.

But that doesn't change the fact that your claim about miscegenation is bullshiat. Even if we assume the girl is lying you still have at worst a discriminatory application of the law (and don't get me wrong, that is a very bad thing).

You want to know one of the main factors that led to our sorry state of affairs? Decades of lies and propaganda from both sides demonizing the other have led good people to hate each other for no good reason. The propaganda acted as a self-fulfilling prophecy: when you believe you're fighting monsters you are more likely to do monstrous things. So congratulations, ...


That's treating the symptoms and not the disease itself. If we had no more religion in the Middle East people would get along at least a little better. Of course they'd still kill each other over land and resources, but it would be an improvement over the current situation, where we have hate propagating because of imaginary shiat.
2012-09-05 11:17:15 AM
1 votes:

wedun: shpritz: wedun:
Did you notice that the article did not mention where the testimony of the complaintent did not follow the availiable evidence? Or do you just like to hear things that make you feel better about a court system that systematically discriminates against non-jews?

I'm no fan of my country's politics but I don't like bullshiat claims like you made either. We have enough lies and propaganda here as it is.

As an american, it makes me sick that my goverment is subsidizing your occupation of the west bank with billions of dollars in free aid, and that your country funds think tanks and other NGOs that lobby congress for the continuation of that aid. What offends me the most is the claim that the US and Israel "share the same values". If you think that systematic discrimination is "bullshiat", let me tell you something. It's obvious to everyone in the world, most of all to Americans, because americans have lived with racial discrimination for hundreds of years. No one should ever feel like they've "failed thier people" for not reproducing with a member of the same race as them, period. Every time I hear stories about the occupation, or about hate crimes in Israel, I'm reminded about how sick your country is.


As an Israeli, it makes me sick that my government is occupying the West Bank and Gaza. It embarrasses that institutional discrimination is so common.

But that doesn't change the fact that your claim about miscegenation is bullshiat. Even if we assume the girl is lying you still have at worst a discriminatory application of the law (and don't get me wrong, that is a very bad thing).

You want to know one of the main factors that led to our sorry state of affairs? Decades of lies and propaganda from both sides demonizing the other have led good people to hate each other for no good reason. The propaganda acted as a self-fulfilling prophecy: when you believe you're fighting monsters you are more likely to do monstrous things. So congratulations, you are now part of the problem.
2012-09-05 11:09:17 AM
1 votes:

wedun: As an american, it makes me sick that my goverment is subsidizing your occupation of the west bank with billions of dollars in free aid, and that your country funds think tanks and other NGOs that lobby congress for the continuation of that aid. What offends me the most is the claim that the US and Israel "share the same values". If you think that systematic discrimination is "bullshiat", let me tell you something. It's obvious to everyone in the world, most of all to Americans, because americans have lived with racial discrimination for hundreds of years. No one should ever feel like they've "failed thier people" for not reproducing with a member of the same race as them, period. Every time I hear stories about the occupation, or about hate crimes in Israel, I'm reminded about how sick your country is.


America, which has spent tens of trillions of dollars to occupy half of the countries in the world and kill dozens of millions, while tolerating racial abuse, segregation (America is still, remember, segregated) is offended by little Israel. Do you bring the same indignation to the billions America has spent defending the ROK? Are you aware that inter-marriage between Koreans and non-Koreans is far lower than that that between jews and non-jews? I somehow doubt, for some reason, that it really grinds your gears. I wonder if there's something special about jews that really pisses you off.
2012-09-05 10:59:21 AM
1 votes:

shpritz: wedun:
Did you notice that the article did not mention where the testimony of the complaintent did not follow the availiable evidence? Or do you just like to hear things that make you feel better about a court system that systematically discriminates against non-jews?

I'm no fan of my country's politics but I don't like bullshiat claims like you made either. We have enough lies and propaganda here as it is.


As an american, it makes me sick that my goverment is subsidizing your occupation of the west bank with billions of dollars in free aid, and that your country funds think tanks and other NGOs that lobby congress for the continuation of that aid. What offends me the most is the claim that the US and Israel "share the same values". If you think that systematic discrimination is "bullshiat", let me tell you something. It's obvious to everyone in the world, most of all to Americans, because americans have lived with racial discrimination for hundreds of years. No one should ever feel like they've "failed thier people" for not reproducing with a member of the same race as them, period. Every time I hear stories about the occupation, or about hate crimes in Israel, I'm reminded about how sick your country is.
2012-09-05 10:13:52 AM
1 votes:

meanmutton: Here's a quick quiz for you:

Is there more or less forested area in the United States now than there was 100 years ago?
Over the last 40 years, has air pollution in the United States gotten better or worse?
Over the last 40 years, has water pollution in the United States gotten better or worse?

You want to fix the environment? We need more people getting richer.


Wealthy, developed places have low birth rates.

Shiatholes have high birth rates.

It's not new, this has been true throughout history.

/ Also, religious fundamentalists advocate high birth rates - not a coincidence.
2012-09-05 10:08:11 AM
1 votes:

Ostman: kid_icarus: Hey you! Jewish girl! Why aren't you having babies RIGHT NOW??

Yeah, who would have thought a race historically persecuted and specifically targeted for extermination in living memory (not to mention being surrounded by enemies who want them dead and their nation destroyed) would be little concerned with keeping the numbers up.

Shocking.

/Also, every country in the world isn't the same as the one you live in.


Racial miscegination is a major crime in Israel. You know what other state outlawed miscegination?
2012-09-05 09:37:39 AM
1 votes:
They're slower to give up "the old ways" (of the last 50-60 years). When women were "taken" as brides - married to the first guy they wanted to sleep with, or the first to sleep with them, or the first with money, or the first to... - when they were 18-22, and a single 25-year-old was a shame to her family. It's more a European thing, but vestiges of it survived in America (not for long, though).

The weird thing is, the IFA is likely a modern, progressive organization. Like a feminist who earnestly believes her place is to serve husband and family from a kitchen, it's hard to grasp that someone actually believes in it, promotes it.
2012-09-05 09:37:26 AM
1 votes:

meanmutton: RatOmeter: 7 billion people on this planet and governments are pushing for more. I think we ought to be providing incentives to *not* reproduce. If there's worry about supporting an aging population, maybe offer incentives to shuffle off a little sooner. A plan to save economies by increasing the global population is just a plan to save economic (and environmental) ruin for later generations.

Here's a quick quiz for you:

Is there more or less forested area in the United States now than there was 100 years ago?
Over the last 40 years, has air pollution in the United States gotten better or worse?
Over the last 40 years, has water pollution in the United States gotten better or worse?

You want to fix the environment? We need more people getting richer.


Over the last 40 years, has the United States opened more factories, or shipped them all overseas? When all those manufacturing jobs got outsourced, the pollution got outsourced with them.
2012-09-05 09:30:10 AM
1 votes:

RatOmeter: 7 billion people on this planet and governments are pushing for more. I think we ought to be providing incentives to *not* reproduce. If there's worry about supporting an aging population, maybe offer incentives to shuffle off a little sooner. A plan to save economies by increasing the global population is just a plan to save economic (and environmental) ruin for later generations.


Here's a quick quiz for you:

Is there more or less forested area in the United States now than there was 100 years ago?
Over the last 40 years, has air pollution in the United States gotten better or worse?
Over the last 40 years, has water pollution in the United States gotten better or worse?

You want to fix the environment? We need more people getting richer.
2012-09-05 09:22:59 AM
1 votes:

Ostman: kid_icarus: Hey you! Jewish girl! Why aren't you having babies RIGHT NOW??

Yeah, who would have thought a race historically persecuted and specifically targeted for extermination in living memory (not to mention being surrounded by enemies who want them dead and their nation destroyed) would be little concerned with keeping the numbers up.

Shocking.

/Also, every country in the world isn't the same as the one you live in.


It was a joke, dumbass.
2012-09-05 08:44:27 AM
1 votes:
You'd think they'd go through the floor.
2012-09-05 07:12:04 AM
1 votes:
Or - and I know this is a stretch, but work with me here - you could shut the fark up and treat women like adult human beings.
2012-09-05 06:18:09 AM
1 votes:
"Hi, you don't know me but I'm from the IFA and I'd like to spend the next 7 minutes talking about your reproductive organs while not buying you a drink. Would that be okay?"

Really?

Well, it's good to have a plan, I guess.
 
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