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Sunday, October 25, 2015

An Admired Culture of Primitive Violence

"If the German people are not strong enough and devoted enough to give their blood for their existence, let them go and be destroyed by another, stronger man. I shall not shed tears for the German people."
"[The future] belongs entirely to the stronger people of the east."
Adolf Hitler

With his dreams becoming the nightmare of failure, Adolf Hitler bitterly realized that his pride in Aryan 'supermen' was not to be. It was his cherished belief that Germans were superior, of mind and physique and deserved to rule the world. It was his hateful belief that Jews, whom he accused of sinister intent to rule the world, were base and sub-human, that their cunning deceit posing as moral custodians of a religious command to be "a light unto the world", should be destroyed.

Jews, after all, were not preaching anything much other than reasonableness, compassion, science and their damnable religion. And they were pathetic specimens of humankind, spindly, weak, timid and deceitful. Hitler viewed Arabs, on the other hand, with admiration, a warring people, proud and unbending, given to taking what they wanted by violence; his kind of people. And as the waning days of the war drew near, he appears to have abandoned hope for Aryans, stating a new belief of the future belonging 'to the stronger people of the east'.

These are people whose reaction to any kind of perceived adversity is to foment violence, threats and fear through fierce rejection of any mode of cooperation that might leave them with less of the worldly goods than they feel entitled to. In obedience to a religion that informs them that their god is more powerful than that claimed by any other people, and their duty is to convince non-Muslims that Islam awaits their surrender. Those who demur, deserve no quarter.

The decades pass with Arabs remaining convinced that a Jewish interloper has invaded Arab/Muslim lands, an assault upon Islam that cannot be tolerated. There is to be no sharing of anything; neither humanity, nor land, nor religious beliefs. Islam is uncompromising and so are Arab Palestinians, goaded to their status as victims of Jews, to conspire to kill, to break the resolve of their unremitting enemy who deigns to remain where their state has been established.

And though that state, designed and pledged to comfort and haven for the persecuted Jews of the world has taken into its possession some but not all of its ancient homeland of Israel, its cognizance of Arab brutal hostility guides it to a position of restraint when it comes to praying at Judaism's signal heritage site. Despite that restraint, accusations strain the restive peace that military discipline has created, and a stealth mission of martyrdom for the Arab cause of domination has resulted.

Palestinian authorities launch their young on a long trajectory of indoctrination toward hatred. It begins in the home, of course, with previous generations, now parenting, recalling what they were taught; to hate and to instill hate. Palestinian school curricula, television and various social media sites are rife with lessons for impressionable and compliant children whose wish is to be a part of their culture's traditions. 
MEMRIMEMRI  "Palestinian girl on Gaza children's show"

Young girls wearing the traditional hijab and keffiyeh discuss ongoing attacks by Palestinians on Israelis, on Al-Kitab TV, based on Gaza: "Glory and eternity to our pure martyrs. We salute their families, and we revere the young heroes who have sacrificed their lives for Jerusalem, and who carried out all those great heroic acts. We love them and kiss their hands, because they are true heroes", said one young host, all of nine years of age.

Speaking to the camera in Grown-Up Kids, on the Palestinian Authority station in a made-for-TV drama, a young girl speaks of Israel's attacks against peaceful Palestinians carrying knives and guns, then accusing Palestinians of being the perpetrators of attacks. She emulates, of course, Mahmoud Abbas who speaks of "martyrs", not terrorists. Calling for calm for the benefit of the international press, the PA president also says for internal consumption: "With the help of Allah, every martyr will be in heaven."

So much for young Palestinian girls. The older teenage contingent of males drop into the True Love gift and music shop in Ramallah, West Bank to ask the proprietor whether he is carrying the latest CDs inspiring Palestinian youth to express their rage at the 'occupying power'. Songs like "Jerusalem Is Bleeding", with its track "It'an, It'an" ["Stab, stab"].

"When I listen to these songs it makes me boil inside", said Khader Abu Leil, 15.

The score pumps him for the demonstrations he is proud to take part in, hurling stones at Israeli soldiers. West Bank musicians are working overtime to produce scores of militant, violent, catchy tunes, sharing them on YouTube and Facebook; an intifada soundtrack. "Stab the Zionist and say God is Great", one exhorts. "Let the knives stab your enemy", another says.

Palestinian protesters carry their slingshots during clashes with Israeli security forces near Ramallah on Oct. 23, 2015.
Palestinian thugs carry their slingshots during clashes with Israeli security forces near Ramallah on Oct. 23, 2015.   ABBAS MOMANI/AFP/Getty Images

A third yet is called "Continue the Intifada", replete with a YouTube warning showing the Palestinian woman who tried to knife Jews at an Afula bus station cornered by IDF soldiers aiming their guns at her.  "Resist and carry your guns", "Say hello to being a martyr", urges the song. "Run Over, Run Over the Settler", verbalizes another creative declaration of martyrdom. New tunes are revealed with regularity, like the "Intifada of Knives".

These are the accompaniments to political party rallies and funerals. A tradition of moronic violence, a people of primitive emotions incapable of seeing their way to a future of tolerance and acceptance of human rights for all principals.

ABBAS MOMANI/AFP/Getty Images   Palestinian thugs, one of them carrying Molotov cocktails, look on during clashes with Israeli security forces near Ramallah on Oct. 23, 2015.

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