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CONSPIRACY THEORY: Jake Lynch blames the Jews for Rudd’s demise

blamingthejewsjakelynchA Sydney University taxpayer-funded academic, Jake Lynch, a UK national operating in Australia, has argued that Jews were responsible for the removal of Kevin Rudd as Prime Minister and his replacement by Julia Gillard.

Lynch, the director of the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of Sydney, wrote in the ailing online publication New Matilda that Rudd had somehow morphed into being an opponent of Israel and that when he stopped being, ‘the pro-Israel lobby, the US embassy, the mining industry and the ALP Right’ decided to bring him down.

It’s an absurdly cobbled together jackboot of an argument that would do even the most storm-trooperish of online Nazi websites proud.

It’s hard to imagine how supposedly progressive, well-paid and pampered academics who’d be horrified at being racists could possibly indulge in such vile hate-mongering. Lynch is clearly not often called to account for his obnoxious views and racial vilification. It’s time he was.

Lynch’s conspiracy theory can be summarised along the lines that as PM Rudd had decided to distance himself from Israel in order to get Australia elected on the Security Council. But before this policy could be enacted, the evil Gillard, a supporter of Israel, made it clear she could be counted on as a true supporter and that then – with the US embassy all the while being briefed – executive action could be taken.

Perhaps with a view to protecting his job, Lynch ultimately frames his fruitcake theory as a question:

So, was there an elaborate plot, involving the active connivance of pro-Israel groups, the US embassy, the mining industry and the Right faction of the ALP, and kept successfully secret, to bring Rudd down and install Gillard in his place? To pose the question in those terms is to stretch credulity, but of course there is a way to answer it, which resonates with abundant life experience, and is encapsulated in another question: cui bono? (VEXNEWS: Who benefits?) Or perhaps we could simply say: Go Figure.

Who benefits from publicly-funded anti-Semites positing absurd conspiracy theories unsupported by anything like evidence or common sense? Certainly not the public.

These sort of stupid, vile conspiracy theories have been used to vilify the Jewish people for many centuries. They were the intellectual framework – such as there was – for the Holocaust.

It’s hard to imagine how supposedly progressive, well-paid and pampered academics who’d be horrified at being racists could possibly indulge in such vile hate-mongering. Lynch is clearly not often called to account for his obnoxious views and racial vilification. It’s time he was.

VEXNEWS understands that Lynch had peddled around this opinion piece to a number of websites before the embarrassingly bad New Matilda agreed to publish it. It recently raised a large sum of money in donations to fund its activities. Money wasted.

Peace studies sounds to those who nothing of it like it could only be a good thing and yet with people like Jake Lynch involved, it’s clearly a force for evil, just as he is. Taxpayer-funding for his ‘Peace’ outfit at Sydney Uni needs to be urgently reviewed.

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  1. Okay, okay, okay – criticising the state of Israel, funnily enough, does not amount to anti-Semitism.

    Posted by Squish | February 8, 2011, 18:13
  2. How does one go about lodging complaints to USyd? This is intolerable.

    Posted by Adam M O'Neill | February 8, 2011, 18:19
  3. @squish

    No it doesn’t but he does cite an article and state that the passports scandal and subsequent expulsion of the Israeli ambassador the Jewish community found themselves ‘too busy’ to fundraise, whereas the article he cited clearly states that it was Rudd that cut communication first.

    http://newmatilda.com/2011/02/08/toeing-lobby-line

    http://www.smh.com.au/opinion/politics/what-am-i-chopped-liver-how-rudd-dived-into-schmooze-mode-20100621-ys5g.html

    Posted by Adam M O'Neill | February 8, 2011, 18:31
  4. Apologies,

    “state that FOLLOWING the passports scandal”…

    Posted by Adam M O'Neill | February 8, 2011, 18:32
  5. Sydney University harbours David Leifer who is deeply enmeshed in the 9/11 ‘Truth’ Movement (http://sydney.edu.au/architecture/staff/homepage/davidleifer.shtml). A few years he hosted a seminar at Sydney University explaining how it was all a conspiracy. He appeared to be trying to indoctrinate the students in his department with his anti-Americanism.

    His buddies in the truth movement were running a stall out the front of the lecture theatre explaining to passers by how the people behind 9/11 were all Jewish.

    Posted by anonymous insider | February 8, 2011, 18:32
  6. Dammit, my comment with links is awaiting moderation and now my last comment makes no sense. Here it is corrected and with no hyperlinks.

    @squish

    No it doesn’t but he does cite an article and states that following the passports scandal and subsequent expulsion of the Israeli ambassador the Jewish community found themselves ‘too busy’ to fundraise, whereas the article he cited clearly states that it was Rudd that cut communication first.

    smh.com.au/opinion/politics/what-am-i-chopped-liver-how-rudd-dived-into-schmooze-mode-20100621-ys5g.html

    Posted by Adam M O'Neill | February 8, 2011, 18:41
  7. Dan, Adrian _come quickly!

    Posted by wtf? | February 8, 2011, 19:02
  8. I think Rudd was his own downfall mainly along with who was writing his speeches but Gillard on ABC TV last night (4 Corners I think) said when asked by Liz Jackson (no relation) was see a supporter of Israel Gillard said a definite YES and then said she was for the two state solution too.

    We all know the 2 state solution will never happen nor will ever work it it happens.

    The Turks need to bring back the Ottoman Empire and this will happen when the oil runs out and the US is no longer interested in the region.

    The Kurd Saladin did a great job before the Ottomans during the dark ages in Europe too.

    Posted by Captain (Retired) Adrian Jackson, ASM (SE Asia), DFSM & Clasp, ADM | February 8, 2011, 19:39
  9. Boofa I will be a bit late tonight as I am sitting in Parlament. You have a key now cuddle chops, get the desk warm for my cute little booty.

    Posted by Wenchy | February 8, 2011, 19:47
  10. Yeah, yeah,,,another great conspiracy theory….but the mining industry actions were no secret plot – it was a bold billionaire revolt.
    Brute greed in action.

    Posted by truth is out there | February 8, 2011, 22:34
  11. 1 religion states like Israel – Jewish or the Islamic Republic or Iran etc etc are an abomination.

    The state endorses 1 religion.

    How’d it be if Australia became the Christian state of Australia? We’d probably be kicked out of the UN.

    Posted by Anonymous | February 9, 2011, 0:30
  12. No faction and bad polling is what brought the Rudder down. If you do not have a faction you are reliant on popularity from the electorate, once that goes the knives are out.

    Posted by Matt | February 9, 2011, 3:37
  13. Ruddy lost a lot of weight and I ate it all up. That is why I am obese.

    Posted by Obese Jamie Briggs | February 9, 2011, 7:33
  14. thou doth protest too much. Australians are going to take our country back. Mark my words

    Posted by chris | February 9, 2011, 8:20
  15. Good to expose this – another anti-semite without any knowledge of history, geopolitics and written by people who have never been to the Middle East.

    And Adrian, isn’t there a dunny that urgently needs your specialist services?

    Posted by Real | February 9, 2011, 8:54
  16. There’s something going wrong at USyd.

    Sydney University is also the home to disgraceful anti-Semite “Professor” Evan Jones.

    Apropos Obersturmführer Adrian Jackson’s comments, it’s worth noting that despite being this site’s Jew-Hater in-residence, he is convinced he isn’t an anti-Semite.

    In the eyes of anti-Semites, there is of course no such thing.

    Posted by Dan Lewis | February 9, 2011, 10:46
  17. so why does a small minority have such a big influence on govt. inappropriate much?

    Posted by coz | February 9, 2011, 11:00
  18. Coz,

    What makes you think that is actually the case?

    Could it be simply that politicians seek to follow the views of their consitutents, and a very large number of them support democracies, freedom and oppose misogny and terrorism?

    It wasn’t Jews who flew those planes into the World Trade Centre.

    Support for Israel is not a Jewish conspiracy mate. It’s simply that Judaism and Israel represent modernity, prosperity, democracy and freedom. Islam simply doesn’t.

    Jewish people by and large take study and work very seriously. That translates to success. Unfortunately, ancient, uninformed anti-Semitic theories refuse to die and attribute this success and effectiveness, to some nefarious plot.

    Frank Lowy got off the boat post-Holocaust with nothing. Look at what he has achieved, despite discrimination that he may have faced.

    Then take a look at the Muslim immigrants of the last six decades. They, and their children have the highest rates of unemployment in NSW and are over-represented in prison.

    Some societies, ethnic and religious groups simply have better values than others.

    Posted by Dan Lewis | February 9, 2011, 12:12
  19. It’s pretty much a given that to become an academic at any Uni you have to have Jew-hater on your CV.

    I remember the good old ‘Terrorism’ lecturer at Moanash who tried to convince kids that there was no such thing as ‘insurgents’ and Hezbollah was an aid organisation. lolol

    Posted by lolol | February 9, 2011, 12:30
  20. Rudd was a failure and a dreadful person. That is why he was dumped. End of story.

    Posted by Bob Dillon | February 9, 2011, 13:04
  21. Bob Dillon – Correct. And I’m not convinced he was personally hostile toward Israel (although his party can be at times).

    Regrettably, he put his own career aspirations ahead of his morals. And if that meant selling Israel up the river to appease the Arabs, it seems he was up for it.

    Posted by Dan Lewis | February 9, 2011, 13:31
  22. In July 2004 Israel’s nuclear whistleblower Mordechai Vanunu claimed in the London-based Al-Hayat newspaper that the state of Israel was complicit in the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Vanunu, a former technician at the Dimona plant who was jailed for 18 years for revealing its inner workings to Britain’s Sunday Times in 1986, made the statement after his 2004 release. He claimed there were “near-certain indications” Kennedy was assassinated in response to “pressure he exerted on Israel’s then head of government, David Ben-Gurion, to shed light on Dimona’s nuclear reactor.”[

    Posted by no doubt | February 9, 2011, 14:17
  23. I though Rose Jackson was Usyds chief Jew hater.

    Posted by Anon | February 9, 2011, 14:17
  24. Dan Lewis, one question, why has your beloved Israel been so quite on the whole Tunisia and Egypt saga? I would have expected alot more noise of support from the middle easts so called one true democracy?

    Posted by Josh | February 9, 2011, 23:06
  25. Josh, I think you’ll find that Israel would have preferred that a revolution take place in countries like Iran or Syria, which represent a threat to Israel. As opposed to Egypt, which has enjoyed a peace treaty with Israel for a very long time.

    There is no question that Israel would like to see democracy roll over the Middle East. However some countries represent a clear and imminent danger, whereas Egypt didn’t. If the Muslim Brotherhood were to take over in Egypt, that would change very quickly. I would expect that Israel would have to immediately roll into Sinai, and it would get pretty heated from there.

    I doubt anyone in Israel is especially excited about this.

    Visit http://www.jpost.com/ and read some of the commentary. It’s like nothing you’ll find in other world media (and certainly unlike anything you’d find in the tightly controlled Arab media). You can also visit http://www.haaretz.com/ if you want to read a shitty, left-wing Israeli newspaper. Note well that Israel is the only country in the region which can have a left-wing anti-government newspaper whose journalists don’t have to fear a knock on the door in the middle of the night.

    Posted by Dan Lewis | February 10, 2011, 0:38
  26. Israel would hate having democracy in neighbouring states like Egypt and Tunisia as it cant say it is the only democratic state in the Muddle East.

    Iraq, Afghanistan, Palestine and Lebanon have democratic election by the way so Israels claim is now out dated too.

    Incidentally Israel segregates and bans many candidates from its elections as it hates a non Zionist outcome.

    What Egypt and Tunisia need to do is have a Westminster type of Parliament rather that a presidential style of government.

    Posted by Captain (Retired) Adrian Jackson, ASM (SE Asia), DFSM & Clasp, ADM | February 10, 2011, 7:04
  27. @Dan Lewis:

    That’s racist.

    Posted by coz | February 10, 2011, 8:53
  28. Thanks for some more stunning insight into the Middle East, Captain (Dole bludger) Adrian Jackson ATM (SE wer), DSM IV & Clueless.

    Democracies don’t go to war with each other. Are you seriously suggesting that Israel would prefer that psychotic Islamist theocracies continued to be the status quo, just so they can maintain some bragging rights?

    Are you actually that stupid, Adrian? Or are you the greatest troll in the history of the Internet?

    Your other comment about Israel as is dishonest as anything else you’ve said.

    I would be grateful if you could please recite the Shahada, convert to Islam and then go and blow yourself up. You might just get lucky in the afterlife as well! Won’t happen here…

    Posted by Dan Lewis | February 10, 2011, 10:04
  29. Danny – I actually wrote my last comment before your comment to Josh appeared (passed the moderator) but I could have written it as a reply to you. Funny about that.

    Keep raving Danny you are doing the Zionist community proud. You know the end is near for Israel and you are lashing out in frustration. Please seek some medical help.

    Posted by Captain (Retired) Adrian Jackson, ASM (SE Asia), DFSM & Clasp, ADM | February 10, 2011, 14:41
  30. Adrian Jackson, I’m pretty sure my health is fine. I’m not the one who had to retire from a lightweight desk job due to a bad case of the runs. You are.

    Most failures prefer to avoid the spotlight. You seem proud of your under-achievement.

    Do you still display your B.Sc? (Primary school Bronze Swimming Certificate)? Was your Mummy proud of you?

    Posted by Dan Lewis | February 10, 2011, 17:09
  31. Regimental number Adrian?

    What are you trying to hide?

    Posted by Barry | February 10, 2011, 19:57
  32. DEFENCE ACT 1903 – SECT 80A

    Falsely representing to be returned soldier, sailor or airman
    (1) A person is guilty of an offence if:

    (a) the person represents himself or herself to be a returned soldier, sailor or airman; and

    (b) the representation is false.

    Penalty: 30 penalty units or imprisonment for 6 months, or both.

    DEFENCE ACT 1903 – SECT 80B

    Improper use of service decorations
    (1) A person is guilty of an offence if:

    (a) the person wears a service decoration; and

    (b) the person is not the person on whom the decoration was conferred.

    Penalty: 30 penalty units or imprisonment for 6 months, or both.

    Food for thought Adrian. Care the revise your signature?

    Posted by Barry | February 10, 2011, 20:46
  33. Barry – Do you work at CARO or DoD? You know you can’t use that position to look are personal files for you own personal reasons.

    My Regimental number is my business but it is 6 digits (ARA) and starts with a 3 as I enlisted in Victoria. NS numbers were 7 digits.

    The Defence Act is an interesting read but if you are concerned than ring the HQ RSL Victoria (ANZAC House in Collins St, Melbourne) and you will end up with egg on your face.

    Question if you enlisted in NSW what would be the first digit for ARA?

    Posted by Captain (Retired) Adrian Jackson, ASM (SE Asia), DFSM & Clasp, ADM | February 10, 2011, 21:28
  34. Captain (Retired) Adrian Jackson, ASM (SE Asia), DFSM & Clasp, ADM I don’t really think that you will ever be as famous as I. Perhaps you should seek a listing in Wikipedia (I have one) then you would not be doubted. However I find it hard to believe that anyone would support such as weirdo theory about Jews displacing an Australian Prime Minister Strange that such an event missed the Age reporters who would do anything to discredit Israel.

    Do you really think that Israel, which has Muslim members of Parliament and given refuge to the Baha’i and the Druze and allows women to gain a PhD ay its Universities would object to a truly democratic Egypt?

    Posted by Julias Caesar | February 10, 2011, 22:35
  35. Adrian’s service history is so pathetically unimpressive, that if he’s ‘sexed it up’, one can only imagine how lame it actually is.

    The man is a lifelong failure. In the military, in politics (sacked from the Liberal party), in his personal life and even on this blog, where he could pretend to be something or someone better.

    If Adrian Jackson were a dog, he’d have been euthanised years ago. I can only assume that his Father was also a lousy human being.

    Ordinarily, I’d feel sorry for such a wasted life. However as Adrian is a Jew-hater and a terrorist fellator, I don’t feel sorry for him at all. He deserves to be as miserable and unpopular as he is.

    Posted by Dan Lewis | February 11, 2011, 8:06
  36. In response to No Doubt’s claim that JFK was killed by Israel – I think you’ll find that Harold Holt, before he climbed into that Chinese submarine off the coast of Victoria, confirmed this. Dreyfuss too added evidence in support of this; along with the death of Marilyn Monroe, who was bumped off for failing to make a single Yiddish language movie.

    Yoy will also note that Azaria Chamberlin was abducted by Mossad along with Airlie Farrow. Peter Flaconio though is alive and well and serving in the Gobi Desert.

    Posted by Real | February 11, 2011, 9:12
  37. Dan Lewis is about to have heart attack. Now go away and have a bex, a cup of tea and a good lie down

    Posted by Captain (Retired) Adrian Jackson, ASM (SE Asia), DFSM & Clasp, ADM | February 11, 2011, 9:29
  38. It was good to see a leader of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood interviewed on Lateline last night. A true man of peace and democracy.

    Posted by Captain (Retired) Adrian Jackson, ASM (SE Asia), DFSM & Clasp, ADM | February 11, 2011, 9:33
  39. Adrian’s biggest regret is that he couldn’t serve under Yasser Arafat.

    Real,

    Malcolm Fraser was also convinced the Mossad were responsible for him losing his trousers in the Memphis Hotel lobby. No, you can’t actually make this stuff up.

    Must be those cunning Jewish Pants.

    It’s amazing what anti-Semites will believe, isn’t it?

    Posted by Dan Lewis | February 11, 2011, 10:53
  40. And i reckon this nutter is an avowed greens suppoter too. Now, can we link yasi and the downfall of rudd as some abbott conspiracy to take over the world???? Well, shit does happen, just ask rudd.

    Posted by cynic | February 11, 2011, 15:02
  41. This fruitcake conspiracy stuff reminds me of Joan Coxsedge and her weird theories about how the CIA was controlling Victorian and Australian elections. How come we keep breeding these turkeys?

    Posted by Walter Plinge | February 11, 2011, 19:40
  42. What amazes me about these whack-jops and their theroies is that if the Zionists are behind all these terrible acts of mass control, how come they’re doing so badly in football?

    I mean they can knock off JFK, Rudd, the Victorian elections; they control the banks, world finance, the mining industry and yet they can’t win in their European soccer division?

    You’d think they’d wipe out a few strikers and goalies along the wa so as to have made at least one World Cup!

    What’s the point of world domination if you couldn’t make South Africa in 2010 when the Saudi’s did?

    Posted by Real | February 11, 2011, 20:10
  43. So Greg Sheridan, chief foreign affairs journalist for The Australian, must be a real “whacko-jop”, “fruitcake”, “nutter” “conspiracy theorist and Jew hater” too. Check these quotes of his.

    Before the coup against Rudd (29/5)-‘The Earth moved between Israel and Australia this week, with Kevin Rudd’s government expelling an Israeli diplomat [i.e. Mossad chief] over the Dubai passports affair, and it may be that the Earth moved in Australian politics as well’. ‘This badly misjudged action [expulsion of the Mossad chief] will have a political cost.’

    After the coup against Rudd (1/7)- [The expulsion of the Mossad chief]‘may be the single foreign policy issue that did Rudd the most harm in domestic political terms’.

    Posted by Amber | February 11, 2011, 22:39
  44. Amber,

    It’s not a nefarious Zionist plot, when politicians do something incredibly stupid, and subsequently suffer because of it.

    Do you really think that’s all that it took to see Rudd come undone?

    Do you REALLY believe that?

    Posted by Dan Lewis | February 11, 2011, 23:26
  45. “It was my Jewish origins that did not allow me to tolerate anymore the lie and pushed me to take an active part in unmasking it.” For Pappé Zionism began as a “noble response” to an “acute real problem of Jewish existence in Europe”. But this noble impulse was gone the moment Palestine was chosen for the Zionist enterprise. “It was not about rescuing people anymore, it was focused on colonization and dispossession.” Israel became an army with a state. The “disarmament” of this modern Sparta has to start with its ideological disarmament. This ideological disarmament should avoid unnecessary demonization, and has to distinguish between the state and the people. The tough dialogue must be initiated with the representatives of the state and a society that wish to be part of the “civilized” world, “while remaining racist and supremacist”.

    Posted by Seb | February 12, 2011, 1:22
  46. Sheridan knows the players more than you or I, Dan. And he’s been to Israel.
    But why do you say it is stupid to expel the Mossad chief, after our Australian integrity re. our passports was completely breached, despite Australian government warnings to Israel against this activity in the 1990s? Surely our PM has the duty to defend our Australian sovereignty?

    Posted by Amber | February 12, 2011, 6:19
  47. Amber,

    Australia’s sovereignty was never in any danger. Don’t you think you’re being a bit melodramatic? ASIS has a boxful of forged passports as well. As did every other country hyperventilating over mere speculation about Israel. They took the word of a Jew-hating Dubai police officer, keen to distract the world from his own Government’s incompetence.

    Nobody really knows if Israel did or didn’t kill Mahmoud al-Mabhouh. Personally, I hope they did.

    The fact is, once again Israel did the world a favour. The world said Israel was naughty, but quietly breathed a sigh of relief.

    It was exactly he same when Israel bombed the Iraqi Osirak nuclear reactor in 1981. Imagine the situation today if they hadn’t.

    Israel is killing terrorists, so the rest of us don’t have to.

    Posted by Dan Lewis | February 12, 2011, 9:39
  48. Amber, are you Mel Gibson’s love child? Just so you know what a loop you are, the NZ Govt JAILED two Israeli spies and guess what, Helen Clark didn’t get bumped off, she lost an election over 2 years later. So you claim they get rid of Rudd for a trivial matter, but ignore the jailing of their spies? WTF? Maybe the Christchurch earthquake was a Mossad creation?

    A tip Amber – you need to be consistent when you sprout the gibberish of prejudice.

    Posted by Real | February 12, 2011, 10:36
  49. Hello Adrian, I actually replied to you on the other post in which you were concerned with my military backround, and answered with a very brief outline. So I won’t repost it here. But please, ASM, DFSM, ADM? Nice gimme medals for a pogue. You didn’t earn any post nominals in your time in the military, and to be honest, a 20 some year career to make it to Captain? Oh and I love the (SE Asia) crap…Malaysia wasn’t it? Why the hell are you trying to make it sound like you were awarded anything for anything more than turning up?
    My lovely Jewish partner has seen more combat than you ever did, and she’s a civilian.
    Don’t try to tar all former and serving ADF members as Anti – Semitic wankers like you. We aren’t. Most of us have been to the middle east (some of us a lot)unlike you, WOFTAM.

    Posted by JAFS | February 12, 2011, 13:43
  50. Adrian, I’ll save your tiny mind the struggle to chase up the thread in which you accused me of lying about my service. Since I’m still serving, I will not mention my current unit, but let’s give you some backround on what real soldiers do these days, shall we?
    Enlisted 1990, Postings include (deep breath) 6 RAR, 2/4 RAR, 1 CDO Regt, 1 RAR, 4 RAR (CDO), 1 CDO Regt, 2 RAR and now my current posting. Deployments? Somalia (on attachment to 1 RAR), Bougainville, Timor (twice), Sinai, Iraq (twice) Afghanistan (twice) and numerous humanitarian jobs in the South Pacific and Pakistan.Awards include the DSLM, ASM, AASM, ISAF, and a few other gongs, including a Commander’s commendation(for Iraq on attachment to a US unit) and my combat badge.
    So when I do tell you that you should STFU about your service, I mean it. You don’t have the backround, and those who don’t know might think you have some sort of military knowledge. You do, I admit, as outdated as WW1 tactics though. Thus useless.
    Just for those that don’t know, the ASM is the Australian Service Medal = non warlike service, ie; Malaysia, the most dangerous thing would have been catching the clap.
    The DFSM, I believe you mean the DLSM = long service, I have one (with clasp) also.
    The ADM = nothing much, everyone who serves more than 4 years, regardless of deployments get them.
    So really, by signing off like that you are telling everyone that you weren’t good enough in twenty odd years to be promoted more than a couple of times, and didn’t serve in a combat zone or on a UN mission.
    Hence, I call you a Pogue.

    Posted by JAFS | February 12, 2011, 13:53
  51. JAFS – As I said in they other comment you certainly had a more interesting time in the Army that the whole of the ARA and ARES did in 1970/80/90’s. Peace is better than war and the latter part of the 20th Century was quiet and largely boring in the ADF.

    That is the luck of the draw and good government policy to keep Australian’s out of foreign wars after the Vietnam disaster that cost over 500 Australian lives with absolutely nothing achieved.

    What is your name? Why hide who you are on a simple blog like this?

    Posted by Captain (Retired) Adrian Jackson, ASM (SE Asia), DFSM & Clasp, ADM | February 12, 2011, 14:08
  52. Amber – so you are getting flak (a German word) from the Israel lobby now. It takes some of the crap off me. Rule one: don’t mention the war (WW2 that is), Israel or Zionism as the Mossad in Australia will start foaming from the mouth like rabid dogs. Good luck.

    Posted by Captain (Retired) Adrian Jackson, ASM (SE Asia), DFSM & Clasp, ADM | February 12, 2011, 14:16
  53. Adrian, I am still serving, and I’m not an idiot. Perhaps once I get out (not for a while yet, my body is holding up pretty well) I wouldn’t be fussed with using my name. Until then, no way. As for an interesting time, yes, I was lucky enough to be deemed good at what I wanted to do, and blessed or cursed with a lot of opportunities to use those specific skills. As for Vietnam, please feel free to say that to some of the guys who came over here on a boat and made a life in this country. I’m sure that they didn’t think it was worthless?
    As I don’t think the things we have done on any of my trips was either. Perhaps you should think a little more about what you post, for example, do you even know anyone of a Jewish backround?
    Oh, and to be honest, peace may be better than war, but I wouldn’t trade a moment of any time I was deployed, since you never were, you probably don’t understand the feeling of immediacy that accompanies everything you do or decide when in that situation.
    Seriously though, lose the crap at the end of your signature, it’s making you look fairly stupid, and belittling any good you did during your service.
    out.

    Posted by JAFS | February 12, 2011, 14:26
  54. Bad government policy in relation to war is everywhere however that is not an attack on the soldier. I am sure many if not most Vietnam War men now realise they were conned by a dud government in the 1960/70’s and that is why the Liberals were defeated in 1972.

    John Howard lost his seat in 2007 but the Libs won it back in 2010 so there the issue was the Iraq war criminal John Howard.

    We did not need to be involved in WW1 or WW2 (Europe Theatre) but we definitely needed to be involved in WW2 (Pacific Theatre) as we were under threat.

    We did not need to get involved in Korea or Vietnam but we were right to get involved in Malaysia (1950-1975) a Commonwealth country, East Timor and the Solomon’s more recently.

    We should not have been involved in Somalia, Iraq or Afghanistan. We will not win in Afghanistan either so the sooner we are out of there the better.

    A number of our PM’s since Federation in 1901 should have gaoled or hanged for War crime, particularly that little rat Billy Hughes.

    Posted by Captain (Retired) Adrian Jackson, ASM (SE Asia), DFSM & Clasp, ADM | February 12, 2011, 14:47
  55. Adrian, for a former officer, you display no understanding of LOAC or any of the UN conventions with which we’ve signed up since that body was created. We have gone into a number of conflicts at the behest of the UN, or where consensus was unavailable, where UN Resolutions were continuously broken, for example, Iraq. You are very quick to call the Israelis on the whole UN thing, but choose to ignore the fact that the Jewish state has a right to exist. Show me one, just one mention of ‘Palestinians’ prior to 1900. You can’t, it was TransJordan. Your hatred of all things Jewish, and to be honest all things western, is a little weird considering you benefit from those same people and their countries (google Jewish Nobel winners, or just look at the pension check you get).
    But no problem, blame it all on the evil JOOOS! or people whose politics don’t agree with your world view.

    Posted by JAFS | February 12, 2011, 15:04
  56. JAFS, never mind 1900.

    People who believe in the long history of “Palestine” can’t even mention a single “Palestinian” leader prior to Yasser Arafat (who was in fact born in Cairo, Egypt).

    The term “Palestinian” was unheard of prior to 1967. Before then, they were simply called Arabs.

    Coincidentally, the Klingons first appeared in Star Trek in 1967 and thus have as much historic legitimacy.

    Posted by Dan Lewis | February 12, 2011, 15:28
  57. Well Dan, they at least have a common language, although Klingons look fairly mean. :)

    Posted by JAFS | February 12, 2011, 15:31
  58. The UN is a joke.

    Posted by Captain (Retired) Adrian Jackson, ASM (SE Asia), DFSM & Clasp, ADM | February 12, 2011, 15:53
  59. For you in what I am assured (ta google) Kingon;
    tlhIngan Hol

    Posted by JAFS | February 12, 2011, 16:01
  60. Ignoring the racist ranting and the macho men marching on this commentary, Daniel, you agreed with the ‘whack-jop conspiracy theorist’, Greg Sheridan!!

    Daniel, you said that the Australian PM “did something incredibly stupid [although Real argues that expulsion of the Mossad chief was too trivial a matter] and subsequently suffered BECAUSE of it”.

    Not only do I believe that my Australian passport has been compromised by this affair, but I put it to you that expelling our Prime Minister BECAUSE of this matter, is breaching our Australian sovereignty and democracy. As Rudd said, all Australians have been treated with contempt by Israel.

    Posted by Amber | February 12, 2011, 20:24
  61. Correct

    Posted by Captain (Retired) Adrian Jackson, ASM (SE Asia), DFSM & Clasp, ADM | February 12, 2011, 21:02
  62. Amber, the only thing that’s been compromised is your intelligence.

    Posted by Real | February 12, 2011, 21:59
  63. Are Amber and Captain Jackson one and the same? They both seem dim witted, easyily fooled half baked conspiracy theorists.

    They both are the kind of looney tune buffoons who believe 9/11 was a Zionist plot, Golda Mier killed JFK and Rudd was brought down because he didn’t like matzo ball soup.

    And I suspect they dress in the same costumes – clown suits with fake army medals and a little tin hat, plastic sword and a badge from mummy.

    Posted by Real | February 12, 2011, 22:06
  64. Amber,

    Were the deaths of roofing insulation installers a Jewish conspiracy? Or did Kevin Rudd just fuck up.

    When Kevin had his big tanty aboard his private aircraft, reducing a stewardess to tears, over a sandwich, was she actually a Mossad agent on a mission to end his career?

    It’s all the Jeeeeew’s fault, right?

    Posted by Dan Lewis | February 12, 2011, 23:05
  65. I am an anti semite wanker

    Posted by Captain (Retired) Adrian Jackson, ASM (SE Asia), DFSM & Clasp, ADM | February 12, 2011, 23:47
  66. The comment (12 Feb 11, 23:47) is not the real me (to coin Julia Gillards phrase). Andrew could you shoot this imposter

    Posted by Captain (Retired) Adrian Jackson, ASM (SE Asia), DFSM & Clasp, ADM | February 13, 2011, 0:23
  67. The 12 Feb, 23:47 post reflects poorly on the vetting of this website and the people who can’t stand the heat of proper discourse and need to resort not only to filthy language but filthy tactics. I can no longer trust this website. Dan, Jafs and Real can glory in their false victory by themselves.

    Posted by Amber | February 13, 2011, 1:21
  68. I just got a letter published in this morning Sunday Herald Sun in Melbourne. It’s about the US, Egypt, Palestine and little Israel. Danny and his clones Real, JAFS and the rest will love it.

    Posted by Captain (Retired) Adrian Jackson, ASM (SE Asia), DFSM & Clasp, ADM | February 13, 2011, 9:13
  69. Bye Amber. Don’t let the door bang you in the arse on your way out. Feel free to take Adrian with you. He hasn’t been with a woman in years, although I’m not convinced you’re one either.

    Posted by Dan Lewis | February 13, 2011, 10:06
  70. Anyone want to wager that with “Amber’s” departure, all of a sudden we’ll be joined by a new, highly verbal and highly mistaken contributor?

    Adrianne would be a good name.

    Posted by Dan Lewis | February 13, 2011, 10:15
  71. Anyone who does not like da Joos is a friend of mine.

    Posted by Captain (Retard) Wacko Jacko (Active) WANKER | February 13, 2011, 20:09
  72. Jeez! You guys are a bunch of tits!

    Posted by Get real | February 13, 2011, 22:50
  73. I hate myself so I criticise others to make me forget about my own failure in life

    Posted by Captain (Retired) Adrian Jackson, ASM (SE Asia), DFSM & Clasp, ADM. | February 14, 2011, 0:15
  74. Yes, I will wager with you Dan. I will bet that Amber’s postings are “awaiting moderation”, while yours are deemed supportive of Andrew’s position and don’t therefore require ‘moderating’.

    I am neither foolish enough to believe Adrian nor Amber’s one sided posts, nor yours which are equally one-sided.

    One one side Israel can do no right, on the other Israel can do no wrong.

    The reason there was no predecessor to Yassar Arafat may have been that it was under British rule since WW1?

    There can be no argument against the benefit of a Jewish homeland, but there can also be no argument that the Palestinians, and the broader Arabic people, have had land ‘stolen’ from them.

    Do Palestinians conduct terrorist attacks? Yes. Israelis do theirs with their army and other vehicles of the State, Palestinians dont have that choice. Both are worthy of condemnation. Both warrant open discussion, not attack and counter attack based on personal virtue of the author, or that anything said one way or the other makes someone a racist or anti-semitic.

    Posted by fair go | February 14, 2011, 8:39
  75. ‘Fair Go’ you need a lesson in geo-politics. In 1948 the Arab League vowed to destroy Israel and carve up the territory among themselves. They specifically ruled out a Palestinian homeland. The Arabs don’t care – they use this conflict to unite a disperate and desperate people.

    Israel is 1/3rd the size of Tasmania. It is 1/16th the size of the Arab landmass. Yet only Israel must cede land for the Palestinains? Jordan, Egypt, Lebanon etc will not give one acre, but Israel must. That is not fair, that is geo-political.

    The Palestinians have rejected their own state so many times – Lord Peel in 1938 proposed a large part of the territory for them and they rejected it. Again in 1948, 1967 and every subsequent peace deal. Arafat rejected an offer that met 98% of his demands.

    And what of the 700,000 Jews evicted from Arab countries in 1948? Where is their right of return, their compensation, their terrorist attacks to reclaim their land?

    This is about politics, not land. If it was about land, then in the 19 years the Egytians ruled Gaza they would have created a Palestinian homeland.

    Posted by Real | February 14, 2011, 8:56
  76. @fair go: Yes, I will wager with you Dan. I will bet that Amber’s postings are “awaiting moderation”, while yours are deemed supportive of Andrew’s position and don’t therefore require ‘moderating’.

    Oh gee. You’ve discovered my big secret. I am part of the vast conspiracy, in cahoots with Venews.

    Bup Bow. Sorry sunshine, there are certain words which will automatically drop your post into moderation. Some of mine get through, plenty don’t. Hate to burst your little paranoid bubble.

    Your moral equivalence between Palestinian terrorism versus Israeli response to it, is sickeningly ignorant.

    Palestinian children are taught from the day they learn to speak, that it is good to die for Allah and to murder Jews. Watch some Palestinian children’s TV and educate yourself as to how sick the Palestinian “society” really is.

    That sort of thing happens every single day on Palestinian Authority television. There is no equivalent whatsoever in Israel or any other western society that actually values life.

    To naively suggest that ‘both sides’ are bad, is to completely fail to distinguish between good and evil.

    Posted by Dan Lewis | February 14, 2011, 10:55
  77. Here is a link to Palestinian incitement of young children to die for Allah.

    Israeli children learn songs such as “Shir hashalom” (Song of Peace) while the children of Islamists are taught to blow themselves up. Their parents do not weep when their children blow themselves up. They celebrate. Soccer stadiums and streets are named after murderers and child-killers.

    When an Israeli soldier accidentally kills a Palestinian child, nobody in Israel celebrates. When a Palestinian Jihadi deliberately murders an Israeli children, the Palestinians literally dance in the streets and celebrate his crime.

    These are the animals who the left seem to have sided with. It is sick and barbaric.

    Posted by Dan Lewis | February 14, 2011, 10:59
  78. Blaming the Jews is a bit of an over-exaggerated claim, blame a few of the them, the political lobby and Jewish MPs who organise free indoctrination junkets to Israel, blame Michael Danby and Bill Shorten and Gillard for being so pragmatic she is guaranteed never to “over-react” to anything Israel does unlike Rudd who could not be controlled. Michael Danby MP stated “This folly, this over-reaction, has unwittingly encouraged bigots elsewhere, who have their secret passions sanctioned. I have suggested a series of steps to the Prime Minister to overcome this successful attempt to blot Labor’s copybook just weeks before an election”

    http://www.hereticpress.com/Dogstar/Religion/Faith.html

    Posted by Tim Anderson | February 14, 2011, 12:53
  79. So Tim, this ‘lobby’, how is it different to say the Christian lobby, or the union lobby, the Italian lobby, the AMA or the ALP and Liberal party who send their MPs and staff overseas to ‘study’ other countries political and cultural systems?

    So if an MP goes to Ireland, that is somehow not Catholic indoctrination, or if they go to Qatar for the World Cup, that’s totally different is it?

    What a load of warthog droppings Tim. This spurious claim that any MP who visits Israel is ‘indoctrinated’ – but if they step a few metres west, south or east and are in a Muslim country, they are magically being un-indoctrinated?

    Let’s hope no State MPs ever go to Canberra – they may be indoctrinated by the flower festival, the bike paths, the legal brothels and the balloon festival!!

    Posted by Real | February 14, 2011, 13:18
  80. Well said, real.

    Lobbying is a perfectly normal part of any democratic political system. Unfortunately there is only one group, whose lobbying is summarily written off as part of some vast conspiracy.

    The Palestinian/Arab lobby in Australia is of course completely exempt from scrutiny, even though they have their grubby mitts all over parts of Government. I can’t imagine Marrickville Council decided to boycott Israel simply for a laugh. They were lobbied to do so.

    Ironically, had Woollahra or Waverley, or St. Kilda Councils boycotted an Arab state, you’d have these very same hypocrites jumping up and down complaining about the vast Zionist conspiracy.

    Not that it would ever happen. The Arabs don’t produce anything of any value worth boycotting.

    I’d love to boycott the Palestinians, but the only thing they produce is suicide bombers and misery, for which I’m not a consumer.

    Of course they COULD have produced agriculture after they were gifted millions of dollars in greenhouse infrastructure when Israel left Gaza. Those greenhouses, under Israeli operation had also provided employment for a lot of Palestinian Arab workers.

    But in typical Arab fashion, they burned it down and have been blaming the Jews for their own misery ever since.

    Posted by Dan Lewis | February 14, 2011, 13:26
  81. The comment (14 Feb 11, 00.15) using my screen name is an imposter.

    Andrew can we do something about bogans who use other people’s screen name in an attempt to misrepresent them. Perhaps you should insist on real names for other cowards that sometimes hide behind fake names.

    Posted by Captain (Retired) Adrian Jackson, ASM (SE Asia), DFSM & Clasp, ADM | February 14, 2011, 13:39
  82. Captain, you’re right. Seriously, I agree. There’s only one YOU. Only one bog ignorant buttock trumpet, anti-semite, hate filled filing clerk.

    I hate impersonators, especially someone who impersonates an army officer …

    Posted by Real | February 14, 2011, 14:04
  83. Andrew – perhaps we could round up all the screen name imposters at bayonet point, march them to the railway station, load them onto wagon and then send them to a camp.

    Posted by Captain (Retired) Adrian Jackson, ASM (SE Asia), DFSM & Clasp, ADM | February 14, 2011, 15:18
  84. I think I could comfortably rest my case at the immediate responses of Israel can do no wrong, while all Arabs are worthless position adopted by Dan, with his cheer squad of Real – but that would be misunderstood as me agreeing with you.

    Dan, that is racist. Straight up.

    I am not anti Israel, nor pro Palestine.

    Did not Ben Gurion already foreshadow taking (by force if necessary) parts of Palestine before the Arab League did anything in 1948? Yes he did.

    Didnt the Arab Revolt in 1936 arise after British Police killed a paramilitant Palestinian man with the support of an illegal paramilitary organisation called Haganah?

    What you accuse the ‘Arabs’ of is the same as the English accused the ‘lazy useless bone idle bog-Irish’ of, and the Catholics had been doing for centuries, to Jewish and Muslim alike.

    What has been done to the Jewish community over the centuries is senseless murder on a mass scale, and cannot be logically defended. But it isnt limited to Arabic people by a long shot.

    I detest the automatic branding of any ‘race’ as superior and the confusion of race and religion. Opportunity creates great people, and opportunity is limited by race and sometimes religion, not the other way around.

    Posted by fair go | February 14, 2011, 15:26
  85. Can we do something about antisemites who hide behind fake military accomplishment?

    Posted by Dan Lewis | February 14, 2011, 15:26
  86. That last comment is disgusting and offensive. I hope you never have a solid bowel movement again littel Adrian of the transgender name. I hope your smalls fill with the overflow of your failure to make it on time. I pray that your tiny little wand continues to only enjoy the pleasantries of your hand. I petition the lord that you are struck down by pestilance and plague.

    It’s little wonder Adrian that you a single, lonely man. No woman would be with someone so putrid, so vile, so bad of breath and small of stature, so premature in every respect.

    You are not fit to call yourself an ‘officer’ – you are a yellow bellied coward, a clerk of disrepute, a lowly paper shuffler who pretends to have military pretentions.

    You should hide come ANZAC day when real men march. No one wants to see a slimy latrine corporal disply his soft & cuddly in front of honest citizens.

    Chicken. Baby baby chicken. Lonely chicken. Deprived chicken. Gutless, scared and timid chicken. Fearfull and afraid, you resort to the worst type of anti-semitsim to get your little self noticed. That is what people with no talent do.

    Posted by Real | February 14, 2011, 15:34
  87. Chicken soup

    Posted by Captain (Retired) Adrian Jackson, ASM (SE Asia), DFSM & Clasp, ADM | February 14, 2011, 16:07
  88. Since Gillard said she supports Israel on ABC TV’s 4 Corners last week is she going to change her given name – Jewlia Gillard?

    Posted by Captain (Retired) Adrian Jackson, ASM (SE Asia), DFSM & Clasp, ADM | February 14, 2011, 23:03
  89. Adrian, even if she gets booted out on her arse at the next election (quite likely) she is yet one more person who will have achieved plenty more on an average day, than you have in your entire sad life.

    You really are on the wrong side.

    Posted by Dan Lewis | February 14, 2011, 23:20
  90. Pathetic, sad claptrap!

    Posted by Puck | February 15, 2011, 0:54
  91. Grow up kiddies!

    Posted by Puck | February 15, 2011, 0:56
  92. This is boring, gruesome, creepy gibberish.

    Posted by Puck | February 15, 2011, 0:58
  93. Expect all my earlier comments to disappear quickly. Google vexnews to find out what is really happening her.

    Posted by Puck | February 15, 2011, 1:02
  94. Danny – whatever. Jewlia’s daily routine; its all media mostly. The Health plan is only re arranging the deck chairs on the “Titanic”; after all whether the money comes from the State/Territories or the Commonwealth it still all our money.

    Posted by Captain (Retired) Adrian Jackson, ASM (SE Asia), DFSM & Clasp, ADM | February 15, 2011, 9:19
  95. Gosh Adrian, it’s so CLEVER how you called her “Jewlia”. Because she’s obviously controlled by Jews, like every other government.

    You are one of the funniest anti-Semites I’ve met.

    Such wit.

    Such talent.

    Posted by Dan Lewis | February 15, 2011, 18:43
  96. What is an “anti-Semite”?

    Posted by Captain (Retard) Wacko Jacko (Active) WANKER | February 15, 2011, 20:15
  97. Captain Tea Towel is at it again I see. You know Dan, I believe the Commander of the Filing Cabinet is such an anti-semite because of fear. That’s usually the reason someone expresses such hatred.

    In Adrian Mole’s case, fear of the IDF, fear of a strong, vibrant culture, fear of sassy Jewish girls, fear of being excluded from an intellectual world that has given us all so much music, film, literature, philosophy, medicine, human rights, food, humour and so on.

    One can see this failed army sham, this little man with no family and no career, a nonentity whose greatest achievment was taking down the ‘To Let’ sign for real officers to move into – well it’s a textbook case of hatred based on fear. Hanson was the same – these pathetic non-cultural identity less failures who seek to big note themselves by attacking others.

    Of course, little Adrian’s greatest fear is walking down a dark avenue and running into me.

    Posted by Real | February 15, 2011, 20:43
  98. Arbeit Macht Frei

    Posted by Captain (Retired) Adrian Jackson, ASM (SE Asia), DFSM & Clasp, ADM | February 15, 2011, 21:14
  99. How funny is that!!!!!!

    To quote from the sign that hung over Nazi Concentration camps!!!!!!

    Wow! So hilariously funny.

    Posted by Captain (Retard) Wacko Jacko (Active) WANKER | February 15, 2011, 21:42
  100. The German “Work Liberates” phrase goes back to the 1870.

    It is not dissimilar to the British “Protestant Work Ethic” state of mind. The French and Swiss have similar phrase.

    Just Google it on Wikipedia and try to think more broadly than the period 1932-1945.

    Posted by Captain (Retired) Adrian Jackson, ASM (SE Asia), DFSM & Clasp, ADM | February 15, 2011, 21:53
  101. Question: On 03 Sep 1939 when the British Empire and France declared war on Nazi Germany after they invaded the western half of Poland how come they did not declare war on the USSR when they invaded the Eastern half of Poland in a deal agreed between Hitler and Stalin?

    In hindsight it would have been a better outcome for Western Europe if the Nazis and the Communists fought it out to the death with the western allies intact to pick up the pieces as a possible outcome.

    Stalin would have eventually beaten the Germans but they would have only occupied Germany instead of all of Eastern Europe perhaps

    Another example of Churchill rushing in without thinking it through properly.

    Remember it was the Russians that supported the Serb terrorist in 1914 which caused France and the British Empire to enter the war and Germany to side with the Austro-Hungarian Empire as part of it treaty with them. The Germans has a score to settle with Russia as a result.

    Posted by Captain (Retired) Adrian Jackson, ASM (SE Asia), DFSM & Clasp, ADM | February 15, 2011, 22:14
  102. Captain Jackson!
    Not THE Captatin Jackson, is it? The erstwhile president of the St Kilda branch of the Liberal Party and proprietor of a Middle Park bed and breakfast? I can picture you now, standing there in front of the men, not a trace of fear and cups of hot tea and coffee whizzed past you on formica trays. “Ah, I love the smell of toast in the morning!” I remember you saying as the crackle of eggs frying filled the air. It’s an honour to have been served by you, sir! By the way, I hope you’re still breaking the law by refusing to allow Yanks and Israelis into your foxhole. Damned bad show they put on, eh? Tootle pip.

    Posted by Basil Fawlty | February 15, 2011, 22:27
  103. Basil Fawlty – I am Basil, Cybil, Polly and Manuel all rolled into one. I remember when I have German guests “don’t talk about the war”.

    Why ask dumb questions we all know about the ban I imposed in 2003 and the results engineered by that pig Sleezel and his Melbourne Ports cronies who can never win the seat for the Liberals.

    The ban on Yanks was lifted when Obama withdrew the troops from Iraq but Israelis apartheid fascists are still banned.

    I have had a US Jew here recently who used to live in Elsternwick.

    Posted by Captain (Retired) Adrian Jackson, ASM (SE Asia), DFSM & Clasp, ADM | February 15, 2011, 23:08
  104. Basil, Cybil, Polly and Manuel rolled into one? Surely not, sir! You do yourself and all you stand for such a disservice. Rather, you are a magnificent amalgam of the Alamo, the Charge of the Light Brigade, the Eureka Stockade, Pickett’s Charge, and Custer’s Last Stand! The heights of your heroism are matched only by the scale of your success.
    Sir, it’s an honour to make contact with someone so brave, so upstanding, so devoted to Her Majesty and her governments’ laws. Never in the field of human conflict has so much been owed to as few as you. After all, what did we fight two world wars for if not to preserve your God-given rights? Thank you for your contribution to Australian military might. And thank you, above all, for retiring.

    Posted by Basil Fawlty | February 16, 2011, 0:06
  105. Private Jackson – you ran a bed and breakfast? Is that why you claim to have ‘served’ your country?! What a joke – first you claim to be an officer because you filed housing forms, and now it turns out you’re a glorified waiter – and a dumb waiter at that! No wonder you’re a lonely little hater, having to serve your betters and superiors. Still, you did get to keep a tight grip over the latrines.

    Posted by Real | February 16, 2011, 9:09
  106. Real – First you attack we ADF supermen and now you attack the hospitality industry.

    What do you do with all this free time – perhaps a 10 year student at Uni, dole bludger (halocaust stress payments) or are you Mossad cock sucker at the Israel embassy

    Posted by Captain (Retired) Adrian Jackson, ASM (SE Asia), DFSM & Clasp, ADM | February 16, 2011, 10:43
  107. And he gets to do the silly walk. I’m sure Adrian’s had plenty of practice, reading up and trying to emulate the Nazis.

    Posted by Dan Lewis | February 16, 2011, 11:14
  108. Private Jackson, I am surprised, given your many years in the housing office of the ADF, that you make a childish reference to oral activities. You shouldn’t talk with your mouthfull….

    As for my spare time, it is spent with hot,armed and well educated IDF ladies, discussing world domination and the power of the Uzzi while laughing at little filing clerks and waiters who live in fear of people like us!

    I suggest you get up, go to the mirror and have a good hard look at yourself Jacko. It may be confronting to see that you are a nothing, a nobody, a man whose opinions and views are worthless and inconsequential. When you pass from this mortal coil, no one will care, no one will mourn, you have left no mark on our society. Even the Liberal Party found you abhorent, and that says something – you and Pauline Hanson share a common ground.

    Now Tzipi, pass the Matzo ball soup and we’ll work on the next country to conquor!

    Posted by Real | February 16, 2011, 12:00
  109. Real – The former Israel President liked raping IDF soldiers and was gaoled for it.

    Posted by Captain (Retired) Adrian Jackson, ASM (SE Asia), DFSM & Clasp, ADM | February 16, 2011, 12:45
  110. Interesting no comment from Dan Lewis in regards to fair go having fair go at him and real! Interesting very interesting!

    Posted by Josh | February 16, 2011, 12:53
  111. Josh, if Fair Go knew his history he’d know the Pasha Glubb and his British mates armed and led the Arab League in their attempt to exterminate the citizens of a country granted independence by the UN. He would also note that the Arab League promised the destruction of Israel if and when they declared themselves indpendent. They then said they would carve up “Palestine” between Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria. Glubb, a Brit, led the Arab League into humiliating defeat despite a major superiority of troops and weapons. Israel has not been defeated and never will be.

    As for Private Adrian of the Latrine Corp, I’ve looked at the menu boy, and I’m ready to order. I’ll have an anti-semite, half baked, with a side order of filing clerk. Can I have a glass of coward juice and for desert, I’ll have the paper shuffle mouse with coffee – weak flat white.

    Now run along and serve me ….

    Posted by Real | February 16, 2011, 13:11
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