Israel Lack Media Coverage as It Calls for Help


“It is easy to hate and it is difficult to love. This is how the whole scheme of things works. All good things are difficult to achieve; and bad things are very easy to get…” Rene Descartes

I am always astounded by the lack of value placed on a Jewish life. The fires raging in Israel are once again a reminder of the wholesale insignificance of Jewish blood in the global economy.

Thankfully, some countries responded. The Jewish people and Israel are grateful for the help and humanity of their actions.

But what about the Arab nations, Israel’s neighbors that surround and engulf the Jewish State? They have all the money in the world and yet they give least whenever there is a global tragedy. I guess it speaks volumes about the Arab nations’ character.

During the Haitian earthquake one could not turn on television or radio without an ongoing play-by-play description of the horror and plight of the Haitian people.

When the miners were rescued in Chile we watched 24/7 as each person made the long treacherous ascent to the top. Yet, when Israel is besieged by a firestorm that kills 42 innocent young lives, I could barely find a word on the news. The details were as well hidden as the scars on an expert facelift.

Hmmm? What can we take from this lack of coverage? Guess that dispels that rumor about the Jews running the media. Of course they could be self-hating Jews, which is great for the anti-Semites. So stop complaining already will you, Haters.

Let’s see. Perhaps it is that no one really cares if Israel is wiped off the map? I would think it would be the opposite.

After all, think how happy all the anti-Semites would be if they had had the ability to watch as the Nazis marched the women and children, young, elderly and infirmed into the camps. They could have celebrated daily as more Jews were exterminated.

According to FBI files, crimes against Jewish people in 2008 outnumbered Muslims by ten to one. Hmmm. So let’s see here. Why is this so?

I believe it has a great deal to do with fear. CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations) is a scary bunch. Watching them go ballistic every time someone looks sideways at a Muslim makes you want to cross the street and run in another direction. You have the feeling they know where you live and they are coming, so just watch it buster!

At this point in history there are only approximately 14 million Jews in the world. Good news for some I am sure. But, quite sad for the world.

Oh, and forget the Internet. Sorry, Israel devolved that one too. And no more cell phones for you to call and espouse your hatred for the Jews to all your friends. Israel had that one too.

No fun stuff or place to spread your venom. So sorry for you, Haters. I could use entire pages to espouse Israel’s inventions and innovations, but I believe you all know that. It doesn’t stop the haters from availing themselves of Jewish brilliance or discovery.

Perhaps the words from the doctor’s oath, “first do no harm,” should be revised to mean:

  • Do no harm to those who do not hate;
  • To those who do not put a wholesale price on Jewish life;
  • To those who would not seek to wipe the Jewish people off the earth;
  • To those who do not threaten the lives of Jewish children; and of course
  • To those that know the United Nations for the evil waste of money it actually is, as the most organized body for hatred ever conceived and Hitler’s dream realized.

    They do let everyone die. They let Jewish children, black children and women die. They are an equal opportunity evil bunch.

    Last year the U.S. gave them two billion dollars. Any thoughts on the intelligence of that expense fellow Americans? I am so fed up with Jews making nice nice to try and win acceptance into the world community.

    The Israeli doctors were the first ones to set up a field hospital in Haiti. We always have to do the right thing. When will we finally start doing the right thing for ourselves?

    If you choose to go through life as a doormat, people will walk all over you.

    All of our posturing, pussyfooting and pretending not to care while there is a systematic design to wipe us off the face of the earth must end. It must, or the Jewish people will.

    Sadly perhaps the words of Jonathan Swift will indeed apply to the human condition forever, “We have just enough religion to make us hate, but not enough to make us love one another.”

    Lord, I hope not.

  • In the series “Postcards from Israel,” Ari Bussel and Norma Zager invite readers throughout the world to join them as they present reports from Israel as seen by two sets of eyes: Bussel’s on the ground, Zager’s counter-point from home. Israel and the United States are inter-related – the two countries we hold dearest to our hearts – and so is this “point – counter-point” presentation that has, since 2008, become part of our lives.