Sunday, January 11, 2009

More Hitleresque cries for genocide

In Los Angeles, people scream for Jews to be put into ovens.

At about 50 seconds in, you'll see the Hezballah flag. The flag of an organization designated by the government as terrorist waving boldly in one of the largest cities in America.

At about 1:20, you can hear "From the river to the see, palestine will be free" which shows you, without any doubt or confusion, exactly what these terrorist supporters want.

The real message begins at about 1:35 where the calls of "long live hitler" and "rest in peach hitler" begin. And at 1:47, calls to "put Jews in ovens" begin.

These people are vile. I always say, if you can't live in a civilized manner on this planet, then get off the planet!

Enough already! You have enough information. Make a choice! You either stand with the apple of God's eye, or you stand with the enemies of the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.

Call the White House. Call your Senators. Call your Congressional Representative. Tell them to stand with Israel! This is more important now than at any time in the last 50 years. The agenda of genocide is in the open. The supporters of genocide have exposed themselves to the world.

Also, call your local police when you see these demonstrations calling for genocide. Surely there is a local statue against the wearing of masks or any sort of covering which obscures one's identity! Demand that these laws be enforced!


Red Tulips said...

I have done everything I can, and nothing seems to work. I am very depressed by the capitulation of the left and their support for genociders. I only hope people wake up before it is too late. I saw the open calls for genocide with my own two eyes...and it ain't pretty.

Kirly said...

I know you have seen it for yourself. I know you're doing all you can. My calls are directed to those that you are hoping will wake up.

We must continue pointing out the truth. We cannot rest. Even if we each only reach one other person, that's one more.

Don't despair, Red Tulips. There is always hope.