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The Reign of the Fantasists

RyanM Wrote: Jun 02, 2012 4:29 PM
If anyone suffers from fantasies it is the Glicks of this world. This really is a funny column by her. They should have taken Madagascar.
Charles SWVA Wrote: Jun 02, 2012 5:58 PM
Enlighten me Ryan, why Madagascar? And who is 'they' Palestinians or Israelis? Do you think 'they' would let you immigrate there to live among the lemurs?
TheHeretic Wrote: Jun 03, 2012 12:44 AM
I can answer you. Ryan H is referring to one of his hero's first plans for dealing with what he called the "Jewish problem". He first considered sending the jews to Madagascar. But he eventually discarded this plan in favor of what he called the "Final Solution": the complete extermination of "the Jewish race". Hitler was able to wipe out half of the World's Jews. If the Ryans of the World have their way, the Islamists will soon wipe out the other half. Does that answer your question?
Bondman60 Wrote: Jun 04, 2012 3:22 PM
Funny, no matter how many times Israel's enemies have tried to wipe them out, at least a remnant always remains, and slowly, they rebuild. It is the very existance of the Jews that bothers people like Ryan, because their existance attests to connection between God and His people, which has implications for those like Ryan, who would annoint themselves gods. If only the Jews could be eliminated, they could rule in God's place. But God has promised that He will never allow Ryan and his gang to fully succeed, however many times they might try.
howard194 Wrote: Jun 02, 2012 5:14 PM
one example of glick's humorous errors?

Defense Minister Ehud Barak has done it again. Speaking on Wednesday at the Institute for National Security Studies in Tel Aviv, Barak warned that if Israel can't cut a deal with the Palestinians soon, it should consider surrendering Judea and Samaria in exchange for nothing.

Even the diehard leftists in the media had a hard time swallowing his words. After all, when Barak was premier, he oversaw Israel's unilateral surrender of south Lebanon in 2000. Barak promised that by giving Hezbollah south Lebanon, Israel would force the Iranian proxy army to disarm and behave like a Western political party.