Category Archives: Israel

Bankrupting BDS Babes

Justine Sachs and Nadia Abu-Shanab BDS cuties Good news that the Israeli legal rights group Shurat HaDin is going after a couple of New Zealander BDS feather-brains who helped convince Lorde to cancel her Tel Aviv gig, then were stupid … Continue reading

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Go Israel!

Jerusalem Trump’s excellent and timely decision to move the US embassy to Jerusalem is to be truly welcomed. For anyone with a backbone, it has always made complete sense to locate all foreign embassies in Israel’s rightful capital, rather than … Continue reading

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Sexy Scarlett

When has Scarlett Johansson been seen simultaneously at her most sexiest and most intelligent? While starring in the movie Lost in Translation? No. In the movie The Girl with the Pearl Earring ? No. In Iron Man 2 as Natasha … Continue reading

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Lynch the Racist?

Good news that, for Jake (‘the-shit’) Lynch,  Director of the University of Sydney’s Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies and rabid supporter of the Islamist front organisation BDS’* campaign to destroy Israel, judgement day may have moved a little bit … Continue reading

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Terrorism or Camel Sickness?

Note: In his ‘Reliance of the Traveller’, the 14th century scholar al-Misri defined camel sickness as “symptoms displayed by camels as they act irrationally and hysterically in the face of circumstances they are just too stupid to understand.” News of … Continue reading

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