PALLYWOOD ‘DRAMA LANGUAGE’ HOO-HA FRUSTRATED AS IT LOSES STEAM

PALLYWOOD ‘DRAMA LANGUAGE’ HOO-HA FRUSTRATED AS IT LOSES STEAM
 
01, 2009
 
The heavy price – Arabs pay in pushing the ‘drama language’ too far.
 
The Arab Muslim ‘Palestinian’ propaganda has always tried to “shock” us.
 
As you know their call and campaign to destroy ALL Israel (imagine if they wouldn’t be stopped…) is a form of “freedom fighting’, but any action that the Israeli victim takes in putting a halt to it is marked by big words, a security checkpoint against homicide bombers is “oppression”, targeting killing of terrorists is a “massacre”, while Palestinian machine-gunmen and rockets shooters operating behind women’s squirts are “heroes” the Zionists extra measures to minimize civilian casualties is “genocide”.
 
The most frequent use that was initiated by that bloody arch-terrorist that was the champion of use of kids as fodder cannon, is the term “crimes”, this hoo-ha phrase is still being reused again and again: “Israeli crimes against the Palestinian people”.
 
Contrary to previous operations where Arabs (and the vast Arab Muslim lobby) at the UN was putting all its energy in long speeches of “condemning” Israel, highlighted by (again) ‘name calling’ of course.
 
Now, they seek for more tangible action from the UN, especially at their failure in the 2006 Hezbollah Islamic initiated war with Israel, as Israel showed again that they care more about safety and their security than paying attention on propaganda speeches by Arabs at the UN.
 
They are waking-up, though not entirely, as their language gets more and more desperate each time, the latest is the “ultimate” word, they even used the word “holocaust”, imagine that, if I had a dime for every battle between two sides around the globe to call it “holocaust” (that unique historic crime of a clear plan – an industry dedicated to erase an entire race completely), oh boy.
 
They are in a conflicted situation, on one hand, their anti Israel hatred obliges them to use a language — not which makes any sense but — which makes one paying attention, or so they think. On the other hand obviously they feel they have used it too far,
 
Not only is it reduced to such ridiculously cliche but it sees that it has used ALL the terms in the book possible.
 
They are simply out of exaggerated words.
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