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‘When I go into the class, I am preparing tomorrow’s citizens for the next war’

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Official poster for the Israeli Defense Forces

Official poster for the Israeli Defense Forces

This poster is at Facebook. It is at the Tzahal site, the Israeli army, and is an official Israel Defense Forces poster. Ofer Neiman supplies the translation:

“When I go into the classroom, I know I am preparing tomorrow’s citizens for the next war”.

(Can you imagine a bleaker vision for a society? And when you see this exalting of the military, do you understand why some critics speak of fascist currents in Israeli society?)

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  1. OlegR
    OlegR
    February 24, 2014, 12:54 pm

    A home front soldier (Orange means home front) in an Arab school explaining to kids what to do in case of missile attacks.
    Definitely a fascist current …

    • ofern
      ofern
      February 24, 2014, 2:19 pm

      We also give our Arab citizens gas masks. And we revel in doing so. “Look, those bad Arabs will harm you too for being a part of our democracy”.

      • Shmuel
        Shmuel
        February 24, 2014, 2:29 pm

        We also give our Arab citizens gas masks.

        Shelters and sirens not so much.

      • Obsidian
        Obsidian
        February 25, 2014, 12:18 pm

        Most Arabs in Israel live in private homes that are designed and built by fellow Arabs. The law in Israel mandates construction of ‘war rooms’ in all private dwellings. Is it the Israeli government’s fault if an Arab homeowner doesn’t have a ‘war room’ or if the Arab-run municipality doesn’t maintain air raid sirens or if ANY Israeli citizen chooses not to get his free gas mask from the Post Office?

      • Shmuel
        Shmuel
        February 25, 2014, 1:35 pm

        Obsidian,

        Palestinian municipalities and local councils certainly bear some of the responsibility, but funding for public shelters (mandatory until 1993 – but never implemented in the Arab sector) is the responsibility of the Ministry of the Interior, planning and construction of the Home Front Command (MoD) and only maintenance of the local authority. The installation, maintenance and operation of sirens is entirely the responsibility of the Home Front Command. Analogous situations exist with regard to other emergency services.

        Apparently there has been some improvement in recent years (particularly where the Home Front Command is concerned), but in this as in all areas of life, Palestinian localities are severely underfunded. The long-standing perception that Palestinian citizens of Israel are in less danger of attack by Arab forces (shared by the central authorities as well as the Palestinians themselves) has made the situation even worse in the area of civil defence.

      • Walid
        Walid
        February 24, 2014, 3:53 pm

        The last time, while a million Jewish Israelis fled south or to their shelters, the Palestinian Arabs that were supposed to be part of your phony democracy were left in their villages totally unprotected. Worse than that, the Israeli army used the Palestinian Israeli villages as human shields to fire their missiles into Lebanon. When Hizbullah retaliated by shelling back the military installations and some Palestinians were either inadvertently injured or killed, the Palestinians actually cheered Hizbullah because they knew damn well which were the good guys and which were the bad.

        How many Palestinian Israeli villages actually have bomb shelters now?

      • ofern
        ofern
        February 24, 2014, 5:02 pm

        Of course (to both of you)

      • Obsidian
        Obsidian
        February 25, 2014, 12:21 pm

        What prevented Arabs in Israel from fleeing the war zone. Nothing and nobody. The IDF did not use Arab villages as shields. They simply moved troops north near the border where most of Israel’s Arabs live. Bad luck, that.

      • kalithea
        kalithea
        February 26, 2014, 1:51 am

        @Obsidian

        Sure and you got swampland to sell us too.

      • pjdude
        pjdude
        February 27, 2014, 4:13 pm

        well see the last time arabs fled from war zionists stole their homes. its kind of a reaccuring pattern. zionists start a war. arab civilians flee. zionists confiscate there homes and threten them with violence when they try and return. it happened in 48 it happened in 67. why shouldn’t they expect it to happen again? they no if they leave they residency in historic palestine will be erased by thugs thieves terrorists and murderers.

      • just
        just
        February 24, 2014, 6:27 pm

        ugh.

        Since you OCCUPY the Palestinians with cruel vengeance, you are responsible to care for them, too.

      • ofern
        ofern
        February 25, 2014, 12:12 pm

        Slight reading incomprehension issue on your behalf, Just :)

      • OlegR
        OlegR
        February 25, 2014, 5:35 am

        Ye we should stop doing that after all it’s common knowledge that
        missiles know the difference between good Arabs and bad Jews.

      • seafoid
        seafoid
        February 25, 2014, 7:08 am

        Oh, can’t anybody see
        We’ve got a war to fight
        Never found our way
        Regardless of what they say
        How can it feel, this wrong
        From this moment
        How can it feel, this wrong
        Storm, in the morning light
        I feel
        No more can I say
        Frozen to myself
        I got nobody on my side
        And surely that ain’t right
        And surely that ain’t right

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WQYsGWh_vpE

        Zionism is so sad. All those poor Israeli Jews, pawns.

      • kalithea
        kalithea
        February 26, 2014, 1:57 am

        Yeah, an offer of “security” laced with propaganda poison. Children, beware of “concerned” Zionists!

  2. OlegR
    OlegR
    February 24, 2014, 12:56 pm

    Oh there it is.

    The Home Front Command prepares schools and businesses across the country from all of Israel’s communities for emergency situations

    Cpl. Nestia Golubovsky finds herself in a different part of Israel every week. This Civil Emergency Instructor travels around the country to teach schoolchildren how to prepare for an emergency, and how to stay safe if they find themselves in an emergency situation. Today, she’s at a local elementary school in Kfar Qara, an Israeli Arab village in the north.

    http://www.idfblog.com/2013/08/27/how-the-idf-prepares-israeli-schools-for-emergencies/

    • Tzombo
      Tzombo
      February 24, 2014, 1:43 pm

      “how to prepare for an emergency”

      Preparing the emergency itself is done by another branch of the same army…

    • Walid
      Walid
      February 24, 2014, 4:05 pm

      Cpl. Nestia Golubovsky tour is probably to instruct Israeli kids how to autograph missiles that will be fired into Lebanon, same as what little Israeli girls did in the last war.
      Even Liza Goldman seemed embarrassed by this despicable act and tried writing it off to wartime stress.

      For photo of Israeli kids autographing artillery shells:

      http://www.theguardian.com/news/blog/2006/jul/20/missilespostin

      Arab kids in photo on top appear terrorized by the uniformed instructor. Totally tasteless of Israelis to send it a military person to speak to Palestinian children.

      • Obsidian
        Obsidian
        February 25, 2014, 12:28 pm

        @Walid

        ” Arab kids in photo on top appear terrorized by the uniformed instructor”

        Do you mean those blurry faced kids in the backround?

        I took an idiot pill today by mistake so I don’t know what picture(s) you are referring to.

      • Walid
        Walid
        February 25, 2014, 2:59 pm

        No, don’t blame the pill, Obsidian, those kids in the background are really blurred. I was talking about the one in the pinkish sweatshirt that looks like Putin with a spooked look on his face and the other one keeping his head down as if expecting the wallop to land on him any second. Anyway, sending an Israeli soldier to a class full of Palestinian kids is not a kind thing to do.

      • Obsidian
        Obsidian
        February 26, 2014, 12:31 pm

        I wasn’t aware that the I.D.F beats Palestinian citizens of Israel.
        Please enlighten me.

  3. JeffB
    JeffB
    February 24, 2014, 1:31 pm

    “When I go into the classroom, I know I am preparing tomorrow’s citizens for the next war”.

    (Can you imagine a bleaker vision for a society? And when you see this exalting of the military, do you understand why some critics speak of fascist currents in Israeli society?)

    Israel is a militarized society. Of course it has these currents. The majority of the world, yourself included, want to end Israel. Israelis live in a world just a fraction removed from kill or die. But overtime as they win their wars the need for that level of militarism will pass. But that vision is not for this generation. To quote an American from a similar time in our history:

    I must study politics and war that my sons may have liberty to study mathematics and philosophy. My sons ought to study mathematics and philosophy, geography, natural history, naval architecture, navigation, commerce, and agriculture, in order to give their children a right to study painting, poetry, music, architecture, statuary, tapestry, and porcelain.

    • David Doppler
      David Doppler
      February 24, 2014, 2:51 pm

      John Adams, in Paris, defending to French courtesans his lack of experience with the opera.

    • Mndwss
      Mndwss
      February 24, 2014, 3:18 pm

      “Israel is a militarized society. Of course it has these currents. The majority of the world, yourself included, want to end Israel. Israelis live in a world just a fraction removed from kill or die.”

      You and Israels paranoia and all the Israeli atomic bombs is the biggest danger to this world.

      I think you and Israel will be the end of this world.

      It will end with the Samson Option.

      • JeffB
        JeffB
        February 25, 2014, 2:48 am

        @Mndwss

        You and Israels paranoia and all the Israeli atomic bombs is the biggest danger to this world.
        I think you and Israel will be the end of this world.
        It will end with the Samson Option.

        Let’s assume you are right. So how do you go from being worried about an Israeli nuclear war and the consequences of one to wanting to push the Israelis into a corner where they might decide they have no choice? How does that make sense? You would think if you believed what you do the goal would be to make Israel feel more secure and less threatened not to constantly threaten it and try and make it less secure. How does support for BDS possible combine with believing that Israel is that sort of threat?

        I should add, while I think Israel is likely to start wars I don’t think they have anywhere near the nuclear capacity to end life. Their arsenal is meant as a deterrent aiming for something like 100m dead not 100x that figure.

      • puppies
        puppies
        February 25, 2014, 5:27 am

        No choice my ass. Getting civilized is an option with no violence, no deaths and no loss in quality of life. Anyone feels threatened by that needs a straitjacket.

      • kalithea
        kalithea
        February 26, 2014, 12:28 am

        “Their arsenal is meant as a deterrent aiming for something like 100m dead not 100x that figure.”

        Even if I believe you, which I don’t: oh yeah that’s reeaaaaal reassuring! Zionist society is uber-belligerent and it’s sickening and everyone hates it, and they bring negative attention to themselves because their continuous belligerence is self-made and THAT’S the real problem, and not Zionists not getting everything they want at the expense of the rights of others so they can supposedly “feel secure”. Zionist security shouldn’t be the bargaining chip because it’s proven to be an endless pit of insatiability and an excuse for gross manipulation and commiting crimes against others with impunity so no one can take their endless whining over security seriously any more especially with their kind of arsenal. Zionists can pull that “poor us” crap on Americans but the rest of the world’s got their number and we’re fed up!

    • Woody Tanaka
      Woody Tanaka
      February 24, 2014, 3:23 pm

      You spit on the memory of John Adams to compare any of the zios to him. There isn’t an zionist in existence fit to clean his outhouse.

    • seafoid
      seafoid
      February 24, 2014, 4:25 pm

      “But overtime as they win their wars the need for that level of militarism will pass”

      Israeli society has already been totally reshaped to fit the needs of the IDF so it’s too late. Prussia never made it out the other side either.

      • JeffB
        JeffB
        February 24, 2014, 5:20 pm

        @Seafold

        Israeli society has already been totally reshaped to fit the needs of the IDF so it’s too late. Prussia never made it out the other side either.

        Of course they did. The war of the coalitions, congress of vienna… and after 2 centuries 300 divided Germanic people became unified under Prussia as Germany. Today Germany is not a particular militaristic society.

        These things when they work just take time.

      • seafoid
        seafoid
        February 25, 2014, 7:05 am

        Where was Prussia, Jeff ?

      • pjdude
        pjdude
        February 27, 2014, 4:21 pm

        only after being crushed militarily and being occupied. using germany as an example is suggesting you think israel needs to be conquered. which amiditly is probobly the only solution. they have been allowed to behave like sociopaths for so long only being completely militarily defeated is the only hope for peace. if not they will keep manufacturing wars of conquest.

  4. Amar
    Amar
    February 24, 2014, 1:38 pm

    Sounds plausible Oleg and you may be right. But unfortunately for the Israelis that may not be the way it will be perceived. In many peoples minds nowadays Israel is perceived as an overly aggressive actor. Looks more like the IDF’s PR dept unwittingly scored an own goal.

    • Naftush
      Naftush
      February 25, 2014, 1:18 am

      So “being perceived” trumps being right? That’s Ilan Pappe’s world and it may be yours. I’ll stick with the real world.

      • kalithea
        kalithea
        February 26, 2014, 12:33 am

        Real world? You really believe your Zioland is the real world? Zionists live in an upsidedown fantasyland that’s gonna blow up in their face.

    • OlegR
      OlegR
      February 25, 2014, 5:41 am

      I never said this was a particularly smart PR move.It took flak on Facebook as well from a lot of Israelis myself included.
      But, this is in Hebrew it’s not meant for you guys it’s meant for Israelis that know the context.
      Ofer Neiman sending this photo to MW without providing any context at all was acting in a disingenuous manner. And i wanted to clear this up.

    • ofern
      ofern
      February 25, 2014, 12:15 pm

      Oleg and co. think it’s somehow relevant that the home front command goes to Arab schools too…
      (and don’t mention the state of their shelters, if these exist at all)

      • OlegR
        OlegR
        February 25, 2014, 2:02 pm

        Ofer on the other hand thinks that home front command going to schools (all schools ) educating kids about things that can save their lives is a sign of fascism and or apartheid.

      • ofern
        ofern
        February 25, 2014, 5:17 pm

        The sick sense of the inevitable next war. It’s just one of many symptoms of apartheid Israel. Kids in Belgium (for example) do not have to go through this.

      • OlegR
        OlegR
        February 25, 2014, 7:42 pm

        No Ofer you are still not making any sense.
        Regarding Belgium
        it’s not like anybody is holding you here, that is if you still are here
        you are so incredibly shy .

      • kalithea
        kalithea
        February 26, 2014, 1:44 am

        @Oleg

        It is. Whether you care to admit it or not; the hidden agenda is all about poisoning their unsuspecting minds under the guise of security, because the nature of a belligerent supremacist ideology that sustains itself on injustice requires that children be used as tools to further the delusion that this ideology is all good and all who see it for what it really is, just as I described it, are a threat.

      • tree
        tree
        February 25, 2014, 6:42 pm

        I think what is telling about it is that the military is doing it. I grew up in the 1960s and 70s. We had air raid drills on a regular basis and teachers to tell us what to do. No military personnel necessary. It just shows the militarization of Israeli society, even though, as Shir Hever noted in the talk GL posted yesterday, the army doesn’t know how to fight another army, it just knows how to fight civilians.

        http://www.newprofile.org/english/node/402

      • Walid
        Walid
        February 25, 2014, 11:40 pm

        “… the army doesn’t know how to fight another army, it just knows how to fight civilians.”

        Clearly demonstrated in 2006; super-brave at 50,000 feet in an F16 but on the ground faced with armed fighters, it broke down and wept.

  5. Citizen
    Citizen
    February 24, 2014, 1:59 pm

    Here’s the IDF love blog in English: https://www.facebook.com/idfonline

    Nice to know the Israeli tank is made to save IDF lives as 1st priority. In the goy West, we don’t much care about our goy enlisted soldiers. They are easily moron expendable. We’re so proud of that!

  6. pabelmont
    pabelmont
    February 24, 2014, 2:14 pm

    What I perceive in Israel is (as one comment above suggested), both a cautious decision to prepare to be attacked and, then, on a sort of parallel track, a reckless preparing to attack (I would say usually without justification and with horribly out-of-proportion-even-to-what-threat-is-falsely-claimed murderousness and destructiveness).

    Moreover the Israeli decision (seen in the last massive attack on Gaza) to limit injuries to its own soldiers to as close as possible to zero means, in practice, a decision to be as over-the-top-destructive (as we saw in Gaza).

    It’s almost laughable: the Israelis first gave themselves permission to create a small country where no-one wanted them and then, observing an understandable back-lash, next gave themselves permission to deny to their neighbors the means to defend themselves against attack from Israel (hence describing Hezbollah as “terroroists” and interfering with arms deliveries from Iran via Syria). “But we will never be safe,” you almost hear, “unless all our neighbors as far away as Iran are in danger of their lives and are also attacked from time to time to frighten them and give our army practice.”

    Every part of this story should have been fought by the great powers, but weren’t. And now Israel refuses to make the peace envisaged in UNSC 242 and the world stands by helping. But, hey!, USA’s armws sales continue unabated. Good for the economy here I guess.

  7. Steve Macklevore
    Steve Macklevore
    February 24, 2014, 2:44 pm

    Ofer Neiman wrote:

    “We also give our Arab citizens gas masks.”

    Shame you don’t give back the towns and villages you stole at gunpoint in 1947-48.

    CHORUS: “Why do they hate us so much?!?”

    • ofern
      ofern
      February 25, 2014, 12:16 pm

      You have a reading conprehension issue, buddy. Look up sarcasm and see who sent Phil the info for this item.

      • kalithea
        kalithea
        February 26, 2014, 12:40 am

        No he doesn’t have a reading comprehension issue, “buddy”. I had to go back and read your comment myself and my conclusion is this: your sarcasm is in very poor taste AND your response above rather condescending, and I’m trying to be kind.

      • kalithea
        kalithea
        February 26, 2014, 2:08 am

        Maybe you’ve been exposed to Zionism too long; hence the condescending “attitude”.

  8. Kathleen
    Kathleen
    February 24, 2014, 3:06 pm

    Damn bleak.

    What we knew was coming. Aipac warmongers continuing to push hard for more sanctions and another war.

    http://mobile.nytimes.com/2014/02/22/opinion/dont-let-up-on-iran.html?_r=0&referrer=
    Don’t Let Up on Iran

    By MICHAEL KASSEN and LEE ROSENBERG
    February 21, 2014

    “WASHINGTON — LIKE all Americans, we strongly hope that the Obama administration’s diplomatic efforts lead to the peaceful dismantling of Iran’s nuclear weapons program. To achieve this key national security goal, we support a policy that complements the current negotiations with a range of congressional actions that threaten greater economic and diplomatic pressure on the Iranian government.”

    Push back this week. Contact your Reps and state clearly NO NEW SANCTIONS ON IRAN. Support sustained negotiations with Iran based on facts not Israel and the I lobbies unsubstantiated claims. Please contact your Reps and encourage others to do the same.

  9. traintosiberia
    traintosiberia
    February 24, 2014, 3:39 pm

    Apparently that what we ( neocons) have criticized the Pakistan and Afghanistani Madrassas for. These are the incubators of radical ideas turning the student into suicide bombers targeting the enemies .

  10. eljay
    eljay
    February 24, 2014, 4:31 pm

    >> “When I go into the classroom, I know I am preparing tomorrow’s citizens for the next war”.

    It’s a pity Israel isn’t sending people into the classroom to prepare tomorrow’s citizens for the transformation of Israel:
    – from oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist “Jewish State”, the state primarily of and for Jewish Israelis and non-Israeli Jews;
    – to secular, democratic and law-abiding “Israeli State”, the state of and for all its Israeli citizens – including refugees and ex-pats – equally.

    It’s a pity Israel chooses land and resources theft, occupation, colonization, destruction and murder over peace, justice, equality and morality.

  11. German Lefty
    German Lefty
    February 24, 2014, 4:31 pm

    The German Bundeswehr currently uses the slogan: “Not everyone with us wears a uniform.” So, the emphasis is put on activities other than fighting in order to bait people.

  12. seafoid
    seafoid
    February 24, 2014, 4:48 pm

    So grim. So far from the Song of Songs.

    The thing about Zionism is that there is a counterfactual. It’s US Jews.
    Most of them turned out normal.

  13. seafoid
    seafoid
    February 24, 2014, 5:02 pm

    The next war. Never started by Israel. Always existential. Regev on standby .

  14. Talkback
    Talkback
    February 24, 2014, 7:24 pm

    Don’t know. I find this article hyperbolic. The poster is exactly describing her job and I don’t find this fascist at all. Palestinians should do the same in their schools. It is not unreasonable to assume that there will be a next war.

    • Maximus Decimus Meridius
      Maximus Decimus Meridius
      February 25, 2014, 6:12 am

      Hyperbolic? Have you ever read any of the crap that’s spewed about the ”Palestinian education system”? It’s not so intense these days, but a few years ago you could barely pick up a newspaper or surf the interwebs without reading some US politician wringing their hands over how ”Palestinian children are taught to hate”, usually with some creatively translated snippet from MEMRI thrown in her more emotional impact. Didn’t Hilary Clinton make a statement about the vileness of the Palestinian curriculum a few years back?

      If a Palestinian resistance group boasted on FB about training children for the next war, complete with a photo of a uniformed officer in a classroom, I can assure you it would be all over the mainstream newspapers, not tucked away in a blog like this. ‘Hyperbolic’ wouldn’t even begin to describe it.

      • Talkback
        Talkback
        February 25, 2014, 8:27 am

        The hyperbolic reactions from the othe sider don’t make this less hyperbolic.

        And there’s a difference between “training” children for war and teaching them to protect themselves against incoming missiles, etc.

      • Maximus Decimus Meridius
        Maximus Decimus Meridius
        February 25, 2014, 10:02 am

        How is this brief piece ‘hyperbolic’? It simply describes the page and offers the opinion that it’s rather depressing. I see nothing ‘hyperbolic’ about it.

        And if you think that – in perhaps the most militarised society on earth, with near-universal conscription for all Jewish citizens – this ‘teacher’s’ job involves nothing more than teaching kids ”to protect themselves against incoming missiles, etc” then you are very naive.

      • Talkback
        Talkback
        February 27, 2014, 8:31 am

        How is this brief piece ‘hyperbolic’? It simply describes the page and offers the opinion that it’s rather depressing. I see nothing ‘hyperbolic’ about it.

        That’s what I find hyperbolic: “And when you see this exalting of the military, do you understand why some critics speak of fascist currents in Israeli society?”

        I see fascist currents in Israely society, too. But this is not an example.

        And if you think that – in perhaps the most militarised society on earth, with near-universal conscription for all Jewish citizens – this ‘teacher’s’ job involves nothing more than teaching kids ”to protect themselves against incoming missiles, etc” then you are very naive.

        I only meant, that they don’t “train” them for war. I didn’ claim that they are not also there to hail the military wing of the Zionist Junta.

      • kalithea
        kalithea
        February 26, 2014, 12:51 am

        But more likely it’s called “attempting” to poison very young, impressionable minds against their captive brethren in the OT’s while making them believe that their brothers and sisters’ resistance is always an irrational act of war without any justified foundation.

      • kalithea
        kalithea
        February 26, 2014, 1:29 am

        without any justified foundation…or provocation.

  15. piotr
    piotr
    February 25, 2014, 9:46 am

    To me, it brings sweet memories of youth (70s in Poland). Cold war meant being prepared for the total war, and the citizens had to be prepared. Trying to understand would make you laugh or have constant nightmares. You see, ostensibly were were prepared for a thermonuclear war. Not some laughable fission bombs, but babies that annihilate everything in some radius (3 miles? 5 miles? memory is fading) and the create a ring of firestorms of another few miles and a substantial contaminated area, up to 30 miles away. In the case of a hit, there is a lot of stuff that you can usefully do, assuming you are outside the first two zones of destruction. So we had once a week class in high school and appropriate classes in university for “civil defense”.

    One observation I had is that to destroy a country it suffices to raise the nuclear alarm.

    My funniest memory comes from high school, the teacher was a true maniac who loved his job. Among other stuff, we learned the highly useful skill of marching four abreast with something akin to goose step. To the dismay of the teacher, we walked unevenly, until we reached the point when the whole class actually stomped in unisone, and the guy was amazingly happy. You can laugh, but this is really adrenaline pumping. My other fun with his class was trying to get the worst grades possible while still passing to the next grade. Poland was insufficiently militarized, so for him to fail me was not so easy, I was provided with make up opportunities that I used most grudgingly etc.

  16. piotr
    piotr
    February 25, 2014, 9:52 am

    By the way, this is civil defense at its best, a Beijing female civil defense battalion parading at 60-ties anniversary of the Peoples’ Republic (I assume, university students carefully selected for their looks). Enemies, bow to the power of pink uniforms with white accessories:

    • kalithea
      kalithea
      February 26, 2014, 1:05 am

      Well, I read somewhere that the U.S. controls between 700 and 800 military installations/bases in 156 countries and many of them in strategic areas that can be logically viewed as blatant provocation. So in that case I would say America reaps what it sows and any Chinese display of military muscle is just part of what America deservedly reaps!

    • Kathleen
      Kathleen
      February 26, 2014, 9:41 am

      Impeccable, classy, on the beat. These boots are made for marching and that’s just what they will do one of these days these boots may walk all over you.

  17. kalithea
    kalithea
    February 26, 2014, 1:20 am

    IMO, here’s the real translation: “When I go into the Arab classroom, my mission is to control with fear and poison the minds of my enemy’s children using them as tools to further the Zionist cause at the expense of the truth these children deserve, because I really could care less about their fate in a Jewish State and would much rather they all get lost, but as long as I still have to put up with them let me ensure they’re well-brainwashed so the Zionist future is secure. So I’ll tolerate their presence for now and feign concern, because it makes good propaganda for selling the notion of a “fair” Zionist “democracy”.”

  18. kalithea
    kalithea
    February 26, 2014, 2:02 am

    If I were a child in that classroom I’d raise my hand and ask: Why are you killing, ethnically cleansing my brothers and sisters, destroying their homes and lives and pretending to care about my security? Woe are children under Zionist control!

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