Sunday, March 26, 2006

Mock Israeli Elections

An attempt to show Israeli democracy is marred by morons.

Last week's mock Israeli elections were a success. That is to say, judging by the reaction from the Hunter Socialists who tried to "out-flyer" us; and the article on the Web site Israel21c.org.(That unneccessary semi-colon is for you Steve.) Their anti-Israeli flyers include the one below.



By the way, what is it with those Socialists? If you haven't come into contact with these freaks, consider your self lucky. For some reason these people have decided that their primary goal in life is anti-Israeli rhetoric. What that has to do with socialism, I don't know. They walk around wearing khafias around their necks, as if it helps make some statement about their solidarity with the Palestinan people. (I would have a picture, but creatures of darkness don't show up on film)

Of course, we know that the most famous kafia was worn by Yasser Arafat. (who was born in Egypt not Palestine btw) Arafat, who had arguably the most successful alter ego in political history. The persona that these "socialists" idolize, the grand illusion, spoke english and was a pillar of the piece process. The other Arafat spoke Arabic and was a pillar in the campaign to sink Israel to the bottom of the ocean. Which one is the real Arafat? With his pro-terror policies, does it matter? Either way, it's interesting that this is the guy these people want to associate themselves with.


So another chapter has been added to the Hunter branch of the Isreali/Palestinian conflict. (see Punks posts Why I'm flunking my way out of school, Very interesting indeed and Ad inthe New York times today to name a few.)

On Wednesday, March 29th there will be an anti-israeli event held by the "Socialists" in Thomas Hunter Hall, room 305B at 7pm. Attend and let your voice be heard...

...this should be interesting.

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Blogger nyc pink fashionista said...

"They walk around wearing khafias around their necks, as if it helps make some statement about their solidarity with the Palestinan people. (I would have a picture, but creatures of darkness don't show up on film)"

I'm not sure if my response was approiate but was laughing when I read this sentence.


What can I say? The Socialists are interesting, to say the least.

Monday, March 27, 2006 2:00:00 PM  

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Peace. Pillar of the Peace process.

Thursday, March 30, 2006 3:57:00 PM  

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