Thursday, July 07, 2005
The Next Slander On Israel
The Israeli Finance Minister did receive a warning from the British police not to go out after the first blast. The corrected story is here:
Israeli Finance Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was on his way to a hotel near the scene of one of the London blasts Thursday when he received a call to stay put, the foreign minister said.
"After the first explosion, our finance minister received a request not to go anywhere," Finance Minister Silvan Shalom told Israel Army Radio.
I don't expect the truth to convince moonbats. But there are people who live in environments chock-full of moonbats who would react to the truth. And if all they hear is moonbat-chittering, next thing you know their Congressional rep (a.k.a. Hinchey will be having a Congressional hearing on it).
If there's an attack, never think that it's over. Stay and wait until there's an all clear. It doesn't meant that they knew that there would be a series.
Muse - well, you know that sort of logic really doesn't work with people who discuss the Protocols of the Elders of Zion seriously. If the president of the United States of America issued an executive order authorizing a special guided tour through the cemetaries of a couple NJ bedroom towns so that these types could see with their own eyes all the headstones with a 9/11 date and a Star of David, I don't think the reality that hundreds of Jews were killed on 9/11 would penetrate.