We probably should've known that we could expect more anti-Israeli sentiment on Friday, and sure enough, here it is. See if you can notice the general thread that weaves its way through all of the captions listed here—highlighted in bold wherever it appears, in order to make it as obvious as humanly possible.Very interesting—
We've seen in the past how Iranian citizens "volunteer" as shahid to "liberate" Jerusalem
Surprisingly enough, Gateway's found some photos of the same thing happening
at today's festivities.
Come one, come all.
Notice all of the pro-Hezbullah paraphernalia carried by the crowd, and then ask yourself:—If it weren't for the financial and weaponry support of Iran, would Hezbullah even exist
JordanAn old friend
makes an appearance—thus illustrating succinctly where the loyalties of these insanity-whipped crowds truly lie.
Yes, this is that oil-rich country
that has absolutely nothing to do with either "Palestine" or Israel.
Always our allies, never our bridesmaids. And no, that's not intended to make any sense.
And this one is in the apparently soon-to-be-Muslim city of Geneva, Switzerland. Certainly Dar al-Islam
before Switzerland, does it not?
imagine a world in which Christians went to church on Sunday, spent their time drawing up ridiculous-looking anti-Muslim posters, and then proceeded to immediately march out of church to shout, rant, and burn stuff in a wild spree of rage?
Yeah, neither can I. But at least if it were to happen, we would recognise
that the people marching and raving are being manipulated into doing so
, would we not?
So why, then, is it so hard for us to get past the notion that these people's complaints are not genuine
, but are rather the carefully-orchestrated
message that they are told
to say? That their "complaints" are nothing more than explosive
press releases, sent out from the mullahs of Iran via the largely-sympathetic imams at these mosques?
Yet we don't get any
of this type of depth from our "question-everything" media. They seem quite content to repeat this anti-Western
propaganda without question—To our vaunted guards and cross-checkers of "information," this is apparently not
Personally, I would think it'd be important
to know when a crowd is presenting an orchestrated
But hey, what good are "facts," anyway?