Thursday, June 29, 2006

How much evil can you take?

Following a link by Lisa to Shai Tsur's post on the Guardian blog, I was astounded to find so much of concentrated poison written in the comments section.
Looking at it, I was reminded of the "Sticker song" ("שיר הסטיקר") by Israeli Hip-Hop band called "Hadag Nakhash" ("הדג נחש"). It's jingle goes like this: "How much evil can you take" (swallow - lit. from Hebrew) or in Hebrew "כמה רוע אפשר לבלוע".

The staggering amount of bigotry, plain Palestinian propaganda, which might make Saeb Erakat look harmless and L3 (Loony Leftist Logic) was almost more than I could take. These people often don't even know what they are talking about, but totally oblivious to the facts presented by the Israel defenders. All their ranting could be summarized by "Israel is an evil occupier, killing innocent Palestinians, and all the rest is untrue because it is an Israeli propaganda. Israelis are Nazis and terrorists."

Sick.

4 comments:

Irina Tsukerman said...

Paranoia. Those people are all nuts. But instead of being sent to a psychiatrist, they are to go around and poison the atmosphere with their obsessive ideas.

Woland said...

I have a theory on this matter. I'll let it mature a bit, then I'll share it on the blog.

Deborah said...

Well, this is "Al Guardian" after all. What else did you expect?

Woland said...

I still find it hard to ignore things like this. An "allergy" to stupidity perhaps?