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Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Another pro-Hamas anti-Israel politician speaks out

Rep. Hank Johnson, a member of the House Armed Services Committee, compared Jewish Israeli settlers to termites when he spoke at an anti-Israel organization supporting boycotting, divesting and sanctioning  Israel, also known as BDS. 

Guess which political party this anti-Semite belongs to.

Right--he's a Democrat from Georgia.

"There has been a steady [stream], almost like termites can get into a residence and eat before you know you've been eaten up and you fall in on yourself, there has been settlement activity that has marched forward with impunity and at an ever increasing rate to the point where it has become alarming," Johnson said.

The event was sponsored by the U.S. Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation. They believe that Israel should belong to people who support Hamas, people who kill Jews for their religious duty, and people who claim a land that has never been theirs in the first place--the very first place, that being the land of the Jews in the Old Testament.

"It has come to the point that occupation, with highways that cut through Palestinian land, walls that go up, with the inability or the restriction, with the illegality of Palestinians being able to travel on those roads and those roads cutting off Palestinian neighborhoods from each other," the feeble-minded bigot continued. "And then with the building of walls and the building of check points that restrict movement of Palestinians. We've gotten to the point where the thought of a Palestinian homeland gets further and further removed from reality."

Maybe they can try Germany, France or Switzerland for starters. We've seen what happens without restrictions.

Before Israel secured their borders Hamassholes were sneaking into the country killing as many Jewish settlers as they could. Before the walls, terrorism ran rampant. Now it offers some protection and the attacks have lessened.

The way Hamas jihadists protect themselves is by using children as human shields because they know Israelis won't return fire.

Just because Johnson calls it Palestinian land does not make it so. And removing check points along the borders would make Israel vulnerable to Hamas terrorism. They don't like that Jews aren't marching into the ovens--they even deny the Holocaust ever happened.

Johnson, who evidently sucked at earth science and probably many other academic subjects, said (in 2010) that he was afraid Guam would tip over and capsize if too many people resided on the island. 

He is clear proof that one does not need to be intelligent to be a politician--in fact, it may be a handicap if you're an anti-Semitic leftist who has no sense of world history.