Monday, November 28, 2011

Killings Jews is More Popular than Soccer

By Norma Zager

“Yet, nearly six decades after the Holocaust concluded, Anti-Semitism still exists as the scourge of the world.” Eliot Engel

Jewish life comes cheap.

Killing Jews is a blood sport practiced throughout the world.

Sometimes it seems as though killers seek a prize for the most effective methods, the most kills. Giant trophies passed out among haters like chocolates at a PMS seminar. There have been other genocides, other people singled out for death, but one difference remains in place. No other sport is attended with such gusto, such outright enthusiasm as the taking of Jewish life.

It is applauded, cheered and done with a strange and surgical precision that makes one ponder.

They do not die for money; nor for any cause. They die because they are. They have no right to exist; they are Jews.

Jewish families must live with the reality their hearts have been torn from their bodies and buried with their loved ones for no reason. For no more than the sickness that is pure unadulterated hatred.

Few take exception to these murderous results, even – strangely enough – other Jews.

Jewish people are so desperate to distance themselves from the killing fields they are actually aligned with the fans in the grandstand. They can be heard espousing the hateful rhetoric of the anti Semites who have so effectively perfected the “blame the victim” mentality. “They had it coming, they brought it on themselves, they are to blame for their own troubles.”

And this from the mouths of other Jews as Jewish babies bleed to death, life oozing from their tiny bodies before even experiencing what it means to mature and be despised simply because you exist.

Even today as the haters continue to cheer on the murderers, small, calculated remarks place Jewish children’s lives in jeopardy.

French President Sarkozy makes a hateful remark to his compadre President Obama calling Netanyahu a “liar.” The world sees, but agrees then ignores. What’s one more hateful anti-Semitic remark?

What’s one more dead Jew?

The world would not even for a moment mourn the death of another. In fact they would welcome it as a family anticipates that moment when a hateful old relative dies, and they are bothered with him no longer.

Kill the Jews. The words are posted on the signposts of every nation, on the lips of the world. Spoken aloud or silent, they are always there.

Funny, the way Obama’s comments were so offhandedly dismissed.

After all, what did he say that was so bad? He was merely agreeing with Sarkozy that dealing with Netanyahu – i.e. Israel – is unpleasant. Complaining about his existence in his life as an annoyance he must endure.

Damn those Americans and their pro-Israel crap.

And that’s just the point.

The President’s remarks were not benign at all. In fact they were as dangerous and deadly as a KKK mob with a rope chasing after a victim in the woods of Alabama.

The world heard.

The world agreed.

Damn those Jews, What a pain they are.

Why can’t they all go away?

Yes, the remark was duly noted and embraced by the haters of the planet.

There is nothing innocent or offhanded about racism or hatred.

How much more egregious that the remark came from a Black man.

A man who was to be a symbol of the end of hatred and racism in America.

“I have to deal with him all the time.”

No, nothing benign about that remark.

And so incredibly ironic were the words of Sarkozy.

It has long been very obvious the French hate Jews.

Anti Semitism is so pervasive in France today, Jewish people are in danger for their lives every minute. Violent incidents are occurring there each day. I have no doubt that if things continue, all Jews will be forced out of France. And that is the irony.

For as Sarkozy espouses his hatred for the Jews, he battles a Muslim presence, soon to overtake his country. His precious France.

Yet, hating Jews is politically correct. Murdering Jewish children acceptable in this world. Speaking against Muslims is a dangerous sport. Sarkozy is a coward. No one is afraid of a Jew, as they are easy to kill. Like a mosquito you can swat away at a summer picnic.

Please do not insult my intelligence by denying this claim. It makes one sound so damn foolish.

And I for one am sick to death of fools.

Jewish life comes cheap at wholesale prices. Oh it is not the only life nowadays that does, I will admit.

Somalian children are starved.

Who cares? Who acts on this offense?

Twenty one thousand children a day die on this planet. Who cares? Who speaks out?

We are a world of idiots watching some celebrity tramp’s trumped-up wedding and paying attention to the minutia that our tiny minds can absorb.


There is a saying, fifty million Frenchmen can’t be wrong. Ah, but they are. And their leader is the most wrong of all.

Life is filled with irony.

I never believed I would live to see the day when Germany spoke up for Israel.

I doubt I’ll see the day when France or England ever does.

Hatred is rampant but Jewish hatred is acceptable, understandable and righteous in the world’s eyes.

The United Nations, the vortex of evil on Planet Earth, openly espouses anti Semitism every minute of every day. And the United States of America, land of the free, funds these hateful efforts to the tune of two billion dollars a year.

I am sick to death of the depths to which mankind has sunk.

We have reentered that slimy mud bath from whence we came.

Perhaps it is time for evolution to begin once more.

It certainly did not work the first time around.

The series “Postcards from America—Postcards from Israel” by Ari Bussel and Norma Zager is a compilation of articles capturing the essence of life in America and Israel during the first two decades of the 21st Century.

The writers invite readers to view and experience an Israel and her politics through their eyes, Israel visitors rarely discover and Israelis often ignore.

This point—and often—counter-point presentation is sprinkled with humor and sadness and attempts to tackle serious and relevant issues of the day. The series began in 2008, appears both in print in the USA and on numerous websites and is followed regularly by readership from around the world.

Zager and Bussel can be heard on live radio in conversation on the program “Conversations Eye to Eye between Norma and Ari.”

© “Postcards from America — Postcards from Israel,” November, 2011

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