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Peace And Hate ♠ Paix Et Haine

the dissident frogman

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In my book, anybody putting a gun in the hands of his 5 years old son or strapping an explosive belt around her 10 years old daughter is not fighting for freedom, resisting oppression, showing resolve or absolute despair.

Certainly not absolute despair.

It's in our genes, probably ever since we slowly and painfully extirpated ourselves from the primeval reptilian mud to follow the long path of evolution from a mammalian-reptile, to protect our progeny.

And in the most casual up to the worst desperate situations, this is one of the primary things we focus on. Magic of gregariousness, it works at the parents' but also at the group's level. Just observe the change of attitude of any decent woman who became a mother, of any decent man who became a father, of any decent social group whenever there are newborns and children around. Observe the heightened state of alert, attention and care. Observe how women concentrate on the young while the men stay on the fringe, watching for predators.

This is vital. This is the survival of the group. We watch over them, against every kind of predator.

For any given parents and group to successfully and repeatedly overcome this instinctive behavior and voluntarily put their offspring at risk, it does not take resolve, pride or despair but a mental pathology, a religious or political fanaticism.

It takes pure, evil hatred that's beyond any justification.

And beyond any redemption.

You're very welcome to display and distribute the banner freely. Please head on to the Propaganda Bureau to get the banner(s) and instructions.

This banner is born out of a visit at Little Green Footballs' Palestinian Child Abuse slideshow and my disgust in front of the Palestinian pedocides -- If you allow me the neologism -- both of their own children and those of Israel.

No redemption.

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Dans mes petits papiers, quiconque place une arme dans les mains de son fils de 5 ans ou une ceinture d'explosifs à la taille de sa fille de 10 ans, n'est pas quelqu'un qui combat pour la liberté, qui montre sa résolution ou son désespoir absolu.

Certainement pas son désespoir absolu.

Car il est dans nos gènes, probablement depuis que nous nous sommes lentement et péniblement extirpés de la boue reptilienne originelle pour suivre le long chemin de l'évolution depuis un reptile mammalien, de protéger notre progéniture.

Et dans les situations les plus banales comme les plus désespérées, c'est l'une des choses sur lesquelles nous concentrons principalement notre attention. Magie du grégarisme, cela fonctionne au niveau des parents, mais aussi du groupe. Observez simplement les changements d'attitude de toute femme convenable devenue mère, de tout homme convenable devenu père ou de tout groupe social décent, dès lors que se trouvent nouveaux-nés et enfants aux environs. Observez l'état d'alerte, d'attention et de soin élevé. Observez comment les femmes se concentrent sur les jeunes alors que les hommes restent en périphérie, surveillant l'éventuelle apparition de prédateurs.

C'est vital. C'est une question de survie pour le groupe. Nous veillons sur eux, contre tous types de prédateurs.

Pour que n'importe quels parents ou groupe donné arrive à dépasser continuellement ce comportement instinctif avec succès et à mettre volontairement sa progéniture en danger, il n'y faut pas de la résolution, de la fierté ou du désespoir, mais une pathologie mentale ou un fanatisme politique ou religieux.

Il y faut une haine pure et maléfique, au-delà de toutes justifications.

Et au-delà de toute rédemption.

Vous êtes invités à afficher et distribuer cette bannière librement. Veuillez vous diriger vers le Bureau de la Propagande pour récupérer bannière(s) et instructions -- Une version française est disponible.

Cette bannière est née d'une visite au diaporama des maltraitance Palestiniennes sur les enfants de Little Green Footballs et de mon dégoût devant les pédocides -- si vous m'autorisez ce néologisme -- palestiniens, autant sur leurs propres enfants que sur ceux d'Israël.

Pas de rédemption.



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913 - the dissident frogman

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Well... I quite don't see the pertinence of your point I'm afraid. The issue at hand has nothing to do with "trust" or child plays - but I feel honestly tired to go on and on such basic points. Equating the IDF to Arafat's death squads is not only morally wrong but also utterly nonsensical. Put a stop on moral equivalence and take 5 seconds to consider the following: if the Israeli government and the IDF were using the same methods and following the same goals as the Palestinians, do you honestly believe there would still be one single Palis ALIVE? Kind of doubtful if you ask me. Anyway, all I can possibly answer to somebody coming up with naive statements such as "Hamas terrorists should grow up and learn to share" is a deep and disillusioned *sigh*. What's the weather like in Dreamland today? Finally, I don't know about you, but as a French who grew up under NATO's protection, I did learn one thing from the Berlin Wall: it was certainly a hard price to pay for the Berliners, who were on the frontline, but it saved Western Europe from the Communist horror. If anything, it was a clear statement: stop here or face the consequences. And I'm still here to tell you that it worked.
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914 - Chaya Eitan

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