Miguel Martinez – Humanitarian Hooligans

June 4, 2010 at 6:57 pm 1 comment

Written and translated by Miguel Martinez
“A horde of “humanitarian” hooligans excited by an anti-semitism of which they are more or less aware. A few heralds of Bin Laden, several pro-Hamas Turkish thugs. A few pacifists holding daggers and iron bars, a few cruisers enjoying other peoples suffering with the heroic-engagé thrill of being Middle East war tourists who can’t wait to get home to tell their friends. And also no lack of useful idiots”.

Editorial of Il Foglio, June 3, 2010.

And here are some humanitarian hooligans .

La masnada della Mavi Marmara

A herald of Bin Laden enjoying the sea breeze (around her waist, a suicide terrorist belt)

La masnada della Mavi Marmara  

A pro-Hamas Turkish thug (notice the bomb in front of her)

La masnada della Mavi Marmara

Two pacifists holding iron bars (hidden inside the chess pieces. Behind, a woman with a burqa concealed under her hair is reciting the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion)

 
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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Wail Damouni  |  June 4, 2010 at 7:19 pm

    i like this weapon they had , but they shoudnt harm the army with it , cos all the civilian army was up there to direct them to Gaza.
    Allah yerham al shouhada

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