02 August 2010


Ok, we know we've been very bad and neglected the blog lately. Truth is some were on vacation (It's that time in Ireland) and another had computer problems. But no worries, we're back to slam the evil rogue state, so without further adieu, we bring you more proof Israel needs a healthy does of prozac and a months stay in a mental health facility for some serious shock treatment administered by Nurse Ratched:
Israel President Shimon Peres has denied calling Britishers "anti-Semites," Peres said he views Israeli relations with Britain as "of the greatest importance" and has the "highest regard" for the way in which the latter stood alone against Nazi Germany during the Second World War.

"President Peres never accused the British people of anti-Semitism, the president does not believe that British governments are motivated by anti-Semitism, nor were they in the past,"
Not so fast, you lying psychotic snivelling war mongering twerp, lest we forget this:
MPs outraged by Peres's tirade against English. Israel president Shimon Peres has angered British MPs with an astonishing outburst in which he accused the English of being anti-Semitic. The comments come just days after David Cameron angered many in Israel by referring to the occupied Palestinian territory of Gaza as a ‘prison camp’.

Last night British MPs reacted with fury at the slur on Britain, which stood alone in 1940 to fight the Nazis who were committing genocide against the Jews. In the interview, Mr Peres, who was awarded an honorary knighthood by the Queen in 2008, said England’s attitude towards the Jews was Israel’s ‘next big problem’. He also insisted: ‘There is in England a saying that an anti-Semite is someone who hates the Jews more than is necessary.

‘They abstained in the 1947 UN partition resolution, they maintained an arms embargo against us in the 1950s, they always worked against us. They think the Arabs are the underdogs.’
Now taking donations for a humanitarian aid convoy to Israel, filled with prozac and lots of Nurse Ratcheds