10 October, 2006

Tuco Juan Ramero Benedicto Pacifico Ayalon

Posted by alex in Arch Stanton at 3:23 am | Permanent Link

Alex,

“Quit the Hitler shit” is just a side note in the story below as once again, life imitates art; sometimes the results of such imitation are just too funny. Check out the words of the retired Israeli navy admiral, Ami Ayalon. “I say: If you’re going to shoot, shoot. Don’t talk.” These are almost the very words said by Eli Wallach in The good The Bad and the Ugly after killing the one-armed man who confronts Tuco bathing in a tub. Perhaps odder than an Israeli Admiral being a fan of Italian movies that portray the American West, is the fact that, as we all know, the character of Tuco is played by none other than Eli Wallach who is of course – a jew. Have you ever noticed that various groups repeatedly try to hang Tuco in that movie, but he always escapes with the help of a “blond haired angel”. Somewhere among all this synchronicity there just has to be a laugh. http://www.nndb.com/people/735/000022669/

Regards,

Arch Stanton

Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad shakes hands with supporters while attending Friday prayers in Tehran September 29,
2006. Some Israeli historians, military experts and even a government official caution that, by invoking the Holocaust too readily
regarding Iran, the country risks a credibility crisis.

[Like it has in the US every time a Jew gets so much as smacked somewhere in the world. Face it people, the Holocaust (capital "H")
is really a holohoax (lower case "h") and more and more people are awakening to this lie. Jew credibility crisis? Just another way of
saying; the masses have stopped believing Jewish lies. Jews: Your greed, contempt and arrogance will be your downfall.]

JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israel was founded as the Jews’ ultimate response to the Holocaust: the embodiment of a pledge, backed by
diplomatic and military power, that the Nazi genocide would not recur.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Israeli leaders have long been quick to liken Middle Eastern foes to Adolf Hitler — Egypt’s “Denying the

Holocaust is considered an existential threat in Israellate Gamal Abdel
Nasser, Iraq’s Saddam Hussein, the Palestinians’ former leader Yasser Arafat, and, currently, Iranian President Mahmoud
Ahmadinejad.

Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has argued that Ahmadinejad, with his Holocaust denials and calls for the elimination of the Jewish
state, “speaks today like Hitler before taking power”.

Olmert’s homeland security minister, Avi Dichter, urged the West to consider Iran’s nuclear ambitions and “imagine how World War
Two would have turned out had Nazi Germany gotten the bomb”.

But some Israeli historians, military experts and even a government official caution that, by invoking the Holocaust too readily
regarding Iran, the country risks a credibility crisis.

Though it has bested Arab enemies in past wars, Israel might be incapable of taking on Iran alone. Should the veiled threats of Olmert
and others against Iran not be carried out, it could undermine Israel’s long-standing posture of military autonomy.

“In Israel, likening someone to a Nazi in theory creates both legitimacy for attacking him, and a moral imperative to do so,” said Ami
Ayalon, a retired navy admiral who is now a senior member of parliament’s Foreign Affairs and Defence Committee.

“But when it comes to a complex strategic issue like Iran, our leadership is liable to talk itself into a corner,” he said. “I say: If you’re
going to shoot, shoot. Don’t talk.”

Ahmadinejad insists his country’s nuclear programme is for energy needs only. He has denied seeking military confrontation with
Israel, saying that he wants to see the “Zionist regime” dismantled, perhaps through universal Palestinian suffrage.

Such rhetoric rings hollow for many Israelis, not least given Iranian support for Islamic militant groups Hamas and Hezbollah, which
advocate the Jewish state’s violent demise.

A deeper grievance is Ahmadinejad’s public questioning of whether Nazi Germany’s slaughter of 6 million Jews took place.

“Denying the Holocaust is considered an existential threat in Israel,” said historian Tom Segev. “If we are looking for reasons to
attack Iran, Ahmadinejad is certainly giving them.”


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    6. One Response to “Tuco Juan Ramero Benedicto Pacifico Ayalon”

      1. Colonel Clink Says:

        A deeper grievance is Ahmadinejad’s public questioning of whether Nazi Germany’s slaughter of 6 million Jews took place.

        “Denying the Holocaust is considered an existential threat in Israel,” said historian Tom Segev. “If we are looking for reasons to
        attack Iran, Ahmadinejad is certainly giving them.”

        What can u say? They want to attack Iran for denying the Big H! We have truly descended into insanity.
        The Colonel

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