Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Another dopey Jewish college student opines on Israel

I wonder if you would look back at college newspaper articles written by today's political leaders, were they just as stupid as this sophomore named Jonathan Rich at the University of Georgia?

Zionist actions only spread anti-Semitism
In 1948, the state of Israel was declared in the land of Palestine.
Unfortunately, the indigenous population living in Palestine presented a problem for the Zionist desire for Jewish separatism.

As a result, 725,000 Palestinians were forcibly removed from their homes and sent into exile, according to Israeli historian Ilan Pappé.

Isn’t it ironic that Jews, who were exiled from Egypt in ancient times, were the ones doing the ethnic cleansing?
How dare those Egyptians exile their Jewish slaves! To the desert, no less!

I also love the imagery of Jewish soldiers dragging 725,000 people out of their homes. Amazing they found the time to defeat five Arab armies at the same time. But, hey, it is sourced by a "historian" who admits that he doesn't care about the truth, so it must be true!

Our esteemed editorialist, who says he is Jewish to buttress his credentials, goes on to flaunt his keen understanding of the subject:
If Israel accepted Palestinian refugees as equal citizens, it would force Jews to live and interact with gentiles. And Zionists will not allow that.
Yep, Israel has no gentiles. Certainly no Arabs, no Muslims, no Christians, no Baha'i, no Druze. it is an ethnically pure state, because Zionists will not allow any non-Jews to live there. Of course, they don't want to interact with those filthy goyim who happen to walk the same streets, shop the same stores, and act in the same TV shows.

After all, a Jew who doesn't even know the basic story of Passover says so!

You would think that a college student would be slightly embarrassed to display such sheer ignorance in public.

Well, looking at him...maybe not.