Worst. Genocide. Ever.

MoronsI was reading about the selection of Israel as guest of honor at this spring’s International Book Fair in Turin and how that got all the usual suspects pissed off, when I chanced upon a quote from a flier. The flier in question was distributed by a small group of protesters associated with a local pro-Palestinian group who stormed the book fair offices in Turin, demanding that the invitation to Israel be rescinded. The flier stated that “We are appalled to see the world of culture take the side of those who methodically operate to annihilate Palestine and the Palestinians…”

Methodical annihilation of Palestine and the Palestinians, eh? I tried to understand how this made sense given the recent news regarding Palestinian population numbers. It seems that while this methodical annihilation was taking place, the Palestinian population in the West Bank, Gaza and Arab East Jerusalem grew by about 30 percent in the last decade, an increase of about 1 million people, according to a recent population survey.

This can only mean one thing. The Zionists are really, really, REALLY bad at Genocide. I mean, they totally suck! Hitler needed what? Less than 5 years to kill 6 million Jews (assuming you believe that of course)? Even the Rwandan Genocide was able to kill as many as 1 million people in under 100 days – and that was with spears and machetes and stuff! And the Zionist entity? Significant population growth despite active Genocide? Sheesh. Go figure…

Founder of Jewlicious? Publisher? Man I hate titles. I coined the name Jewlicious and I slave over the site. I live in Jerusalem and I need to get some breakfast.

3 Comments

  1. Bennauro

    2/11/2008 at 5:05 am

    I have written quite a number of posts on the International Book Fair of Turin where Israel is AND will be Guest of Honor!!!

    A bunch of commies wearing keffyeh have been vociferous, but they will not prevail.

  2. Sheela

    2/11/2008 at 3:10 pm

    You’d think those protesters could get a better spokesperson than Paris Hilton.

  3. Emeritus Professor John Furedy

    2/23/2008 at 1:46 am

    Totalitarian states use art as an instrument of state. Free socieites differentiate between art and politics, and do not boycott individuals on the basis of the policies of the state of which they are citizens. That is why the Islamofasist states are so far behind democratic socieites in both the sciences and the arts. Violent protests do nothing to remove this arts/science gap between free and fear socieites (Sharansky’s distinction).

    The Turin/Paris boycotts are part of the anti-Israeli academic boycott movement that is not only antisemitic (as Israeeli citizens are the only ones to be punished) but is also a fundamental abuse of acdemic freedom, a concept that totalitarian regimes do not understand.

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