Tuesday, May 29, 2007


[Republished at PEJ News without permission of the Toronto Sun]
Not, of course, the unleashing of full-scale thermo-nuclear war on the Jewish people, but a limited and tactical use of nuclear weapons to destroy Israel's military facilities and its potential nuclear arsenal. It is, sadly, the only response that this repugnant and acutely dangerous political entity will understand.
The tragedy is that innocent people will die. But not many. Israel's missiles and rockets of mass destruction are guarded and maintained by men with the highest of security clearance and thus supportive of the Israeli regime. They are dedicated to war and, thus, will die in war.
Frankly, it would be churlish of the civilized world to deny martyrdom to those who seem so intent on its pursuance. Most important, a limited nuclear attack on Israel will save thousands if not millions of lives.
The spasm of reaction from many will be that this is barbaric and unacceptable. Yet a better response would be to ask if there is any sensible alternative. Diplomacy, kindness and compromise have failed and the Israeli leadership is still obsessed with all-out war against anybody it considers an enemy.
Its motives are beyond question, its capability equally so. It is spending billions of dollars on a whole range of anti-ship, anti-aircraft and anti-personnel missiles, rockets and ballistic weapons:


This amazingly ignorant, hateful, and frankly criminal article has been redacted. "Israel" appears where the murderous and racist author, Michael Coren originally wrote "Iran." Likewise other slight alterations have been performed. There is, in what remains of this country Canada, hate crime legislation. Unlike Mr. Coren's, and his Toronto Sun publisher's heroes in the United States, Canadian media is expected to live up to certain standards. Promoting hatred and proposing the destruction of human life fail miserably to live up to the expected, and legislated, mandates for publishers. I recommend those offended by Mr. Coren's modest proposal write the Sun, Coren, and the CRTC. Coren can be reached here: mcoren@sympatico.ca - lex

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