Draft-dodger Tzipi Hotovely comes out as an anti-Semite

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Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely, a noted Jewish supremacist, was hoisted by her own petard today, and Prime Minister Netanyahu has been reported as “checking the procedure” for firing her. For those of you unfamiliar with Israeli constitutional law, the procedure is not arduous – Netanyahu has to write Hotovely a note, containing the words “I hereby fire you from your position,” date it and sign it. Hotovely’s sin is that she committed a classic gaffe: she was caught on tape saying what she thought. About American Jews. In English.

Basically, Hotovely claimed US Jews are softies who don’t serve in the military, don’t know what it means to face terrorism, and don’t actually care about the Western Wall. I don’t usually like to do the piss contest about military service – a dominance ritual common among Israeli primates – but as Hotovely cast the first stone, I’ll oblige.

Hotovely is a draft dodger, who used her sector’s privileges to enter the so-called “National Service” so as to avoid military service. While her peers ate sand and were under the authority of 20-years-old power-besotted mini-tyrants, Hotovely did some time as a “guide” in the Rabbi Cook House in Jerusalem. Later she “sacrificed” a year of her life in some job at the Jewish Agency in Atlanta. Must have been hard, avoiding all those mortar attacks and IEDs in downtown. Hopefully she got paid for hazard duty.

But that’s peanuts. That’s just Hotovely at her pompous vacuousness, her natural mode of existence. The truly vicious stuff is her following words: “[American Jews are] people who never sent their children to fight for their country. Most Jews don’t have children who serve as soldiers, in the Marines, or serve in Afghanistan or Iraq.”

Newsflash, Tzipi: the good news is that you won’t be considered a draft dodger in the US, as they abolished the draft. Some 40 years ago. The bad news is that that while Jews may be under-represented in the army, this is not related so much to their religion as to their social-economic status. While it is true most Jewish Americans didn’t “send their children” to the army (leaving aside the fact that it’s actually the kid’s choice), the same is true for most American families. One of the main problems with the professional army is that it’s becoming a class apart from the citizenry. Which is always dangerous to a republic.

Which, while interesting, isn’t the issue. Hotovely’s gaffe exposes a classic anti-Semitic trope: that Jews don’t care about their country and that they’re dodging service to it – which, coming from Hotovely, is a bit of a projection. The first time this claim was made officially was probably in the “Jew count” held by the Kaiser’s army in 1916; this backfired, as the army found to its embarrassment that Jews were actually significantly over-represented in the Imperial Army both in number, number of officers, and number of decorated veterans. Naturally, the facts did not prevent the Nazis from using the myth of the draft-dodging Jew as a major weapon in their hasbara arsenal.

So why did the Deputy Foreign Affairs use an anti-Semitic libel against American Jews? Well, you see, Hotovely is what we call here a Judeo-Nazi: someone who uses extreme Orthodox and Zionist views (generally, fused together) to promote a Jewish-oriented neo-Nazi agenda.

The term was coined by Israeli philosopher Yeshayahu Leibowitz in the 1980s. He noted that since the 1967 occupation Israel was holding millions without political and civil rights, and that the very need of Israel to maintain its military dictatorship, will create a Nazi mentality. That mentality, he noted, exists everywhere; and in Israel it will have a Jewish face, and will acquire Jewish arguments; and, as the regime will have to become more radical so as to maintain its military dictatorship, more and more leaders will embrace a juxtaposition of Jewish and Nazi values. Originally, Leibowitz used the term to refer to the acceptance by the Supreme Court of the legality of torture; at the time he used the term, torture was still able to stir a debate. No longer. The term is considered offensive, and quite possible cost Leibowitz the Israel Prize. And yes, it is often used with abandon and carelessness. But I will argue it applies in Hotovely’s case.

Hotovely has notoriously invited to the Knesset (in 2011) Benzi Gupstein, a well-known leader of a Judeo-Nazi gang, LHVH. An actual gang: several of its members were indicted and convicted for arson and other racist crimes, most common of which is assault on Palestinian or African men suspected of “sullying the purity” of Jewish woman. Gupstein himself has been recently indicted for racist incitement – the prosecution didn’t want to prosecute, but was forced to by a court decision.

Hotovely was then Chairperson of the Women’s Empowerment Committee. Her reason for inviting Gupstein to speak? Well, she said that “One of the most important functions of the Women’s Empowerment Committee is Jewish identity. Sadly, the issue of miscegenation happens mostly on the female side, when Jewish women marry Muslims.”

Hotovely also had a plan for solving the Palestinian issue. For starters, she needs a million American Jews to emigrate to Israel so as to serve as demographical cannon fodder, and then she would grant Palestinians (only those living in the West Bank, mind you – Gazans will ruin her demographic calculus) the rights of gerim toshavim, i.e. second class citizens. They will not have political rights, but they can have economic rights. As long, of course, they don’t inconveniently hold title to land unfortunately taken by an illegal settlements.

And, as soon as the pigs fly back home with Elvis, some Palestinians will also get actual citizenship, as long as they swear fealty to Israel as a Jewish state.

So, okay, she’s a Judeo-Nazi. Why is she an anti-Semite? Ah.

Because Judeo-Nazis are a variation of Nazis. Note the following characteristics: effeminacy, rootlessness, lack of loyalty, homosexuality, Communism, lack of faith in God, implacable greed, the willingness (derived from rootlessness and greed) to sell your country for a fistful of gold, cosmopolitanism, loving foreigners/blacks/Arabs/Muslims.

All of these characteristics were once associated with Jews and Judaism. When the anti-Semitic right had to put its anti-Semitism out of view, after the Holocaust, it made a cultural shift. He attached them to “liberals.” You just had to speak of “New York liberals”, and the dog whistle was heard loud and clear.

The American Jews who so annoy Hotovely – for starters, they frustrate her fantasies for a Jewish majority in Mandatory Palestine – are mostly liberals. Accordingly, she attributes to them disloyalty, rootlessness, lack of faith in God (while pretending to have it) and love of luxury. She doesn’t know the number of American Jews serving in the armed forces; it doesn’t matter. The anti-Semitic trope was in her mind, and it slipped out.

Classical gaffe: a politician accidently saying what she actually believes.

Judeo-Nazis have a problem. They desperately want to be Nazis. Strong, tough, brutal, uncomplicated, reveling in being holding power derived simply from being born Jews. But, until recently, the Nazis weren’t interested. Some still aren’t. Then there was the issue of shame. Jews are not supposed to be Nazis. Some ancient sentimentality tells them it’s somehow improper.

The unholy alliance between white supremacists from all nations has grown immensely strong in the last couple of years, and in the flames of Islamophobia Jews, too, may be forged as “defenders of the West.” They, too, may now be counted as honorary whites. The two sides are now closer than ever. Those who watched Hotovely last year, saw how excited she was about the election as president of the US of a man who said he wanted only yarmulke-wearing Jews to count his money.

The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and from pig to man again; but already it was impossible to say which was which.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. JosephA
    November 25, 2017, 11:16 am

    You have summed her racist self up quite nicely. Thank you!

  2. Mooser
    November 25, 2017, 12:31 pm

    You put your right foot in, you put your left foot out, you says “I hereby fire you from your position,” three times, and turn yourself about. Done!

  3. ahadhaadam
    November 25, 2017, 1:46 pm

    I always avoided criticism of Israel’s right-wing as nazis or fascists as it creates the illusion that they are an aberration, a deviation from “the good old Israel”. But this is ridiculous, like two inmates in a mental institution who call each other “crazy”. After all, what is the difference between her and the Zio left, the supposedly “humanists”? Both support Jewish supremacy, both believe in racial separation and demographic policies and both unanimously support war crimes and the violation of basic human rights since Israel’s creation. The right wing is just a cruder manifestation of the same ideology.

    • Stephen Shenfield
      November 25, 2017, 6:25 pm

      The Zio left are less keen on war with Iran. That matters a bit.

      • pabelmont
        November 25, 2017, 7:32 pm

        SS: While there are always differences, there are, as ahadhaadam says, great similarities.

        Just as, for example and closer to my home, there are many differences between mainline Democrats and mainline Republicans, but their great similarity is love of war and support for all the oligarchs (BIGs such as big-defence, big-banks, big-oil, big-pharma, etc. ad naus.), amd general service to the rich. To say nothing of service to big-Zion. Obama was of course saddled with a lot of republicans, but his speaking and doing w.r.t. global warming/climate change seemed to me luke-warm, since all nations should be acting w.r.t. GWCC on a “war footing”. NY’s governor, who has presidential thoughts, is likewise lukewarm.

    • echinococcus
      November 27, 2017, 12:20 pm

      I always avoided criticism of Israel’s right-wing as nazis or fascists as it creates the illusion that they are an aberration, a deviation from “the good old Israel”.

      That is only if you are warm and fuzzy with some of the Zios.
      When you make clear that Zionism is, from the start, a proto-Nazi ideology (which got a facelift in 1945 and is no longer “proto,” things become exceedingly clear.

      And why only the Zionist “right wing”? Are you ready to present Zionism’s genocidaire human face?

  4. Emory Riddle
    November 25, 2017, 2:36 pm

    You chalk up Jewish under-representation in the American military to socio-economic status without making an argument or dissecting the statistics that would prove this to be so.

    Sure you’re not just saying this as it would not be “good for the Jews” is it were not true?

    Hard to find stats, but from anecdotal evidence it appears that Jews serve in the IDF in high numbers, either as American volunteers or by moving to Israel.

    I suspect (again, real hard to get hard data) that Jews are over-represented in their socio-economic status when you include those serving in Israel.

    • Mooser
      November 25, 2017, 5:03 pm

      “Hard to find stats, but from anecdotal evidence it appears that Jews serve in the IDF in high numbers,”

      I suspect you are right.

    • Annie Robbins
      November 27, 2017, 12:28 pm

      I suspect (again, real hard to get hard data) that Jews are over-represented in their socio-economic status when you include those serving in Israel.

      but why would anyone “include those serving in israel” when considering “Jewish under-representation in the American military”. maybe i am just confused.

      You chalk up Jewish under-representation in the American military to socio-economic status without making an argument or dissecting the statistics that would prove this to be so.

      you’ve also made assumptions based on how “it appears” .. “from anecdotal evidence”. albeit assuming ‘Jews serve in the IDF in high numbers’ is not so much a leap in logic.

      the statistics from 2014 show, of the 4,000 non-Israeli-born troops, 1000 (25%) were american jews (who grew up in the US) serving in the idf. https://www.thedailybeast.com/1000-americans-are-serving-in-the-israeli-army-and-they-arent-alone

      as for percentages of american jews immigrating to israel the numbers are very low — 0.06%. the three main ‘feeder states’ are france, the ukraine, and russia. there are reverse /negative statistics for british jews (more leaving israel than immigrating there) but the article doesn’t address trends for american jews retreating (reverse immigration) back to the US. http://www.tabletmag.com/scroll/196250/aliyah-numbers-rise-but-majority-coming-from-just-three-countries

      neither of the articles addressed the socio economic status of the jews migrating to or from israel or those choosing to serve in the idf. i wonder what the average socio economic status is of american jews making aliyah.

  5. MHughes976
    November 25, 2017, 3:05 pm

    There is an intersection between Zionism and some Nazi ideas, in that life in the Diaspora was seen as morally enervating for Jews, and lack of ‘manliness’ or militarism is mentioned, rather unfairly in the light of Jewish experience in WW1, as a problem in Leo Strauss’ memoir of ‘the Zionism of Max Nordau’ published in 1923. There was thus a measure of agreement between the Zionists and the anti-Semites. Both disagreed with the liberal idea that Jewish people could be completely themselves and completely active morally in a non-Jewish political environment. Al the same, I would hesitate to call this, whether in Strauss or in Hotovely, anti-Semitism. There is no belief that Jewish people are damaging to the society where they live, quite the contrary.

    • Danaa
      November 25, 2017, 7:55 pm

      There is no belief that Jewish people are damaging to the society where they live, quite the contrary.

      Actually, there is a version of that belief – in Israel, of all places. Where many (especially any and all in Hotolevy’s camp) voice the strongly held belief that the sizable (exact number is unknown) part of the Jewish population that leans left (i.e., consider Palestinians to be humans) are indeed damaging to the society in which they live. As in VERY damaging.

      A cursory perusal of social media posts and comments by Israelis will bear the truth of this kind of deeply held sentiment. Calling “the lefties” trash, traitors and haters of Jews and Israel is the least of the names they get called., names usually stated quite casually without caveats or subtleties – when in Hebrew. No need to dress up that turkey when speaking in the secret tongue. After all, it’s not like >99% of jewish Americans can read it with any kind of fluency. Hotolevy’s pages are especially well-littered with comments hurling epithets at Jews that might have embarrassed some Nazis, back in the day. I mean, Hebrew IS a colorful language, and israelis pride themselves on being, well, direct.

      Ergo, anti-semitism it is – in Israel – perhaps the most openly anti-semitic country in the world.

      Hotolevy’s real crime? she made her pronouncements in English, a language with which American Jews are apparently quite familiar. Thus breaching the ultimate taboo – being honest in the wrong language.

      • echinococcus
        November 26, 2017, 3:41 am

        Hughes,

        Thanks. These word games on “antisemitism” by Zioracists when they lash out against “Jewish” subsets are downright idiotic.

        Thinking logically, one must absolutely start by establishing a valid definition for “antisemitism” (no need for a general consensus) before getting into this
        discussion. A valid definition, as opposed to the nonsense gargled by Zionists and related tribals, must necessarily be that of a hostility to the existence of “Jews” (which by the way currently lacks a valid definition, too) by the fact of their essence, i.e. it must be directed against all so-called “Jews”, not any subgroups.

        Any nonsense like “self-hating Jew” or “antisemitic Jew” is logically unacceptable as a result. The speaker (usually a Zionist or somesuch tribal) must first un-Jew that person by bringing
        evidence that will exclude the target from one’s definition of “Jewish”. Practically no Jews have ever defined a necessary condition, for being admitted to “Jewishness” (whatever that means) of abstaining from attacks against “Jews” (meaning, of course, Zionism or religion.) Miscegenation or conversion do the trick but not criticism of any “Jews”. This means that
        such a category of “self-hating Jews” is a logical impossibility.

        Nazi “antisemitism” of the past century was logically consistent in that it was pure racism (and it did not call itself by the Jewish-invented nonsense word of “antisemitism”) in that it entirely
        reposed on accident of birth. The Nazi-like movement of any Zionists, on the other hand, while maintaining the same kind of racism against Gentiles, especially some sets of Gentiles, attacks subsets of “Jews” on entirely political, non-essential grounds.

        However much the idea of “antisemitism” (as an undefined fuzzy feeling) is vital for the Zionst absurdity, there can be no logically acceptable grounds for calling “antisemitism” the NaZionist attacks against subsets of “their (admitted) people”. Using this kind of nonsense
        cannot be helpful to any of us.

      • ErsatzYisrael
        November 26, 2017, 2:31 pm

        echi said on November 26, 2017, 3:41 am:

        These word games on “antisemitism” by Zioracists when they lash out against “Jewish” subsets are downright idiotic.

        Thinking logically, one must absolutely start by establishing a valid definition for “antisemitism” (no need for a general consensus) before getting into this discussion.

        “Thinking logically”, anti-Semitism (no such thing as “antisemitism”) is being anti native speakers of Semitic languages, and since Arabs are the largest “Semitic” language group on the planet, it is grossly anti-Semitic to hate on Arabic speaking Arabs for being Arabic speaking Arabs.

      • echinococcus
        November 26, 2017, 4:50 pm

        Ersatz,

        Etymologic thinking is not helpful. In fact, it is a futile attempt at diversion. More than 75% of the words you use had a totally different denotation and all had different connotations thousands, hundreds and, for some, only few years ago.

      • Mooser
        November 26, 2017, 11:13 pm

        “and since Arabs are the largest “Semitic” language group on the planet”

        And I thought “Semetic” was a putative ‘proto-language-group’ or something,the presence of which was postulated in the 17th or 18th Century to make linguistic history correlate with the Bible.
        Remember, humanity was wiped out by The Flood, so Noah’s three sons (Shem, Ham, and Japheth) had to repopulate the earth. Shem was the father of the Semites. Ham gave us the Hamites, and Japheth the Japhethites.

      • Mooser
        November 26, 2017, 11:20 pm

        “This means that
        such a category of “self-hating Jews” is a logical impossibility.”

        Not logical? But it made such perfect sense when “Hophmi” identified the etiology of the “sad disease”

      • echinococcus
        November 27, 2017, 12:07 pm

        Mooser, count on any Zionist to hate logic –and on the average American to dismiss it as irrelevant.

      • echinococcus
        November 27, 2017, 12:16 pm

        Mooser,

        And I thought “Semetic” was a putative ‘proto-language-group’ or something,the presence of which was postulated in the 17th or 18th Century to make linguistic history correlate with the Bible.

        The naming, Mooser, not the language family that is very real.

      • ErsatzYisrael
        November 27, 2017, 3:23 pm

        And I thought “Semetic” was a putative ‘proto-language-group’ or something,the presence of which was postulated in the 17th or 18th Century to make linguistic history correlate with the Bible.

        Very good, “Mooser”, and in 2017, going forward, it would be immensely helpful if both you and El-stubborn poo-poo head echi joined me and others in self-righteously “postulating” whenever necessary that “Semitic” is “a putative ‘proto-language-group’ or something,the presence of which was postulated in the 17th or 18th Century to make linguistic history correlate with the Bible”, and since no one disputes that Arabic is in fact the most widely spoken “Semitic” language on the planet, the Palestinians therefore must also “correlate with the Bible”, and only the most obscene Palestinian hating “anti-Semite” would dare to claim otherwise!

  6. Marnie
    November 26, 2017, 9:40 am

    Excellent article!

  7. Maghlawatan
    November 26, 2017, 3:39 pm

    Tzipi Hotovely
    with her makey uppy name
    Tzipi – Jacob’s teapot
    Hotovely – the first torturing Zionist

    says US Jews yada yada. US Jews are not sytematically stripped of their humanity in school like Sabras are.

    http://addictinginfo.org/2014/07/28/israeli-mobs-hunt-palestinians-chanting-schools-out-in-gaza-there-are-no-children-left/

  8. Marnie
    November 26, 2017, 11:39 pm

    Tzipi Hotovely prefers the truth to pandering
    November 24, 2017, 12:48 am 15
    Blogger
    Batya Medved

    Batya came to Israel at a young age, and upon graduating high school served in the Coordination Desk of the IDF’s Foreign Press Branch. Batya is fluent in Hebrew, French and English and works in translation and public relations.

    “I have been shocked by the backlash following Deputy Foreign Minister and Likud member Tzipi Hotovely’s recent interview with i24 news, in which she expressed the opinion that American Jews who don’t send their children to war are incapable of fully comprehending the complexity of Israel’s reality. While I’ve read many articles slandering and criticizing her, I have yet to hear one real counter-argument.

    Hers is an unpopular but secretly extremely common opinion shared by many Israelis, and it comes down to this: being Jewish does not make one entitled to Israel. Being Jewish does not mean that it is the Israeli government’s job to cater to oneself. Being Jewish does not give one the right to comment on and criticize things whose reality one does not understand. And neither do one’s donations.

    The only thing that being Jewish means, as far as I’m concerned, is the potential to Israeli citizenship. If American Jews want to make aliyah and criticize a country where they have citizenship, that’s great. That’s how democracy works. But being Jewish does not equal being an Israeli citizen.

    Why does the prime minister need to apologize for Hotovely’s remarks? Why does she need to be rebuked for politely and coherently expressing the stance that most Israelis hold? Israelis fight for this country, pay taxes in this country and vote. Americans don’t. And as long as that’s true, Americans shouldn’t have an automatic say in how Israel runs things.

    Unfortunately, Israeli politicians are more concerned with the American community’s collective outrage than with the truth, and unfortunately, taking offense comes more naturally to said community than listening.

    We don’t share a culture. We don’t share a language. We don’t share borders. So what on earth makes American Jewry think it’s entitled to tell us how to run our country? This reaction is a demonstration that every indignation is righteous except for ours.”

    Arrgghhh! Another zionazi with her knickers in a twist because a great many people saw hypocrisy and IMO, utter jealousy, coming from the gaping maw of hotovely. To add to her propaganda and bullshit is ms. batya blowharder. She is the sweeter side of the same coin. Her military service, like hotovely, was a bit of fluff, that only her white skin and connections can buy. But she’s as dumb as a sack of hammers. “If American Jews want to make aliyah and criticize a country where they have citizenship, that’s great. That’s how democracy works. But being Jewish does not equal being an Israeli citizen.” Now here this you american jewish naysayers – you’re only allowed to criticize once you’ve chosen to enter the fray. You must get blood on your hands first, then you can bitch. I guess it’s like that notion of changing this from the inside. Right. The hypocrisy has got to be reaching the 7th layer of heaven by now! Send your money and keep your opinions out of it. I would love to see all the monetary support to the fake state of israel dry up overnight. And then there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth, it’ll be yuge.

    • Marnie
      November 27, 2017, 7:31 am

      “being Jewish does not make one entitled to Israel.” Holy moley Batyashitcrazy – whose side are you on? Anyway, please direct your directive to the director of jewish conflagration of the holey land and cease and desist from the aliyah making already. Time to self-deport!!

      Everything was just groovy between the jews in palestine and the jews in the whole rest of the until the jews in the rest of the world started to smell something rotten coming from THE ONLY DEMOCRACY IN THE MIDDLE EAST and it wasn’t shawarma either. So they started to criticize. Not okay! Just because you’re a jew and are told 24/7 that israel belongs to YOU via birthwrong and other mind fucking games, and that you must do everything in your power or cry ‘antisemitism’ until the country you live in caves to israeli demands or turns a blind eye and deaf ears to israel’s atrocities wrt palestine, and bring up your jewish children AM YISRAEL CHAI before they realize they’re americans, or brits, or french, or whatever……. after you insist on that loyalty, you’d think they could bitch a little? Fuck ya Batya, Zippy, Trippy and the blue haired Bippy.

      Being jewish does not make one entitled to any f$#@%*! thing, PERIOD.

    • echinococcus
      November 27, 2017, 12:03 pm

      We don’t share a culture. We don’t share a language. We don’t share borders.

      Says the Russian broad, appropriately called The Bear, who wanted to see the world.
      She’s right. Russians like her back to Russia, and Americans back to Westchester.

    • Mooser
      November 27, 2017, 12:57 pm

      “But being Jewish does not equal being an Israeli citizen”

      So now you tell us this?

    • eljay
      November 27, 2017, 1:12 pm

      … being Jewish does not equal being an Israeli citizen. …

      Being a non-Jewish Israeli citizen does not guarantee equality. And being a non-Jewish Israeli refugee or expat means even less than being a non-Israeli Jew.

    • RoHa
      November 27, 2017, 4:34 pm

      So are Jews automatically entitled to Israeli citizenship or not? This is an important question for Australians. Those who have been paying attention to Australian politics (and who wouldn’t?) know that we have recently had a flurry of resignations from Federal Parliament as members discovered that they were dual citizens.

      The tricky bit is that section 44 of the constitution applies not only to those who actually have dual citizenship, but those who are entitled to a foreign citizenship.

      http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-07-28/citizenship-grey-area-in-constitution-tripping-up-mps-senators/8754586

      http://www.huffingtonpost.com.au/robert-angyal/section-44-of-the-constitution-means-nobody-is-eligible-to-be-el_a_23078667/

      Even if we reject the horrifying thought that we are all Kiwis, we still have to ask whether Jews can be MPs. And our dearly beloved PM claims to have a Jewish maternal ancestor, so he might technically qualify as a Jew. To lose him would be heartbreaking.

      • echinococcus
        November 28, 2017, 2:26 am

        Those who want to make sure they are accepted as Australians might sign an act of irrevocable renunciation of Zio citizenship.

        So the people will know who did not sign.

      • RoHa
        November 28, 2017, 5:04 pm

        Ain’t a gonna happen. That would make the issue public. At the moment it is just a handful of nutters (anti-Semites, of course) making comments on obscure blogs. The Powers That Be want the question to remain obscure. They don’t mind tracking down people with Kiwi fathers, or who accidentally ended Canadian, but some must be left untouched.

  9. Ossinev
    November 27, 2017, 2:17 pm

    Nil Desperandum Tzipi. At least one handsome fellow Ortho thinks that you really are hot and lovely ( in an Ortho way you understand )

    https://www.israelnationalnews.com/Articles/Article.aspx/21325

    Like you it appears that he much prefers reading and interpreting fiction and nodding against stone walls as opposed to uughh putting on a uniform and “fighting” for the Promised Land or any other land for that matter.
    The two of you should get together. Perhaps create a new Ortho- only Facebook. You will have to cover your hair though and make sure your dress/skirt is at achilles level,minimal exposed skin and absolutely no make up. Well judging by the article his testosterone levels are already sky high just thinking about you and we wouldn`t want any embarrassing scenes.

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