09 August 2006

Zionist Bedwetters Flee Northern Palestine, Leave Pets Behind

By any measurable standard, Apartheid Israel's invasion of Lebanon is floundering. And while Apartheid Israel must address each part of this failure immediately, no Hizbullah tactic represents its inability to subdue the increasingly powerful Lebanese Resistance than the missile barrages striking daily across Northern Palestine.

While it is true that based on both the number of innocent civilians massacred in these bombardments as well as the damage done to the infrastructure in Northern Palestine, the Resistance attacks on Apartheid Israel's Jim Crow cities pale in comparison to anything the Zionist Blitzkriegers have done to occupied Palestine or Lebanon. Still, the weak-willed, hysterical reaction among the same colonialist settlers accustomed to terrorizing Arabs has nevertheless proven itself a serious liability for the Zionist colony.
Terrified and exhausted residents of Kiryat Shmona were fleeing Wednesday from the daily rain of Hezbollah rockets in the first evacuation of an entire town since the creation of Israel....

"Get us out of this hell," an angry Israeli man told Mayor Haim Barvivai, as the remaining residents scrambled to be included in the evacuation plans.

Of the town's 24,000 inhabitants, "around 15,000 have already fled to the south, in hotels, in kibbutz or found refuge with their families," Barvivai said.

"Most of the 9,000 residents who are still here want to leave," he added.
Facing a difficult dilemma, the land-grabbing Zionist Bedwetters - torn between their desire to remain on stolen land and the equally powerful impulse to flee - turned to the Jim Crow nanny state, demanding welfare checks to bankroll their evacuation. Eli Ashkenazi, Jack Khoury and Ran Reznick report in Tuesday's pro-Apartheid Ha'aretz:
The government is offering some 17,000 residents of border towns to leave for several days, Cabinet Secretary Yisrael Maimon said Tuesday....

The government will pay for the stay of those leaving the border area.

The Kiryat Shmona municipality decided Monday that hundreds of the town's residents will evacuate this week for other parts of the country....

They are expected to leave the town on Wednesday.
The reason for such a move is clear: with their nanny state unable to protect them from the missile attacks, residents in the North are terrified and they want that same state to rescue them.
Gila, who returned north with her two children, said she was "scared to death. They should have looked after us. Where are going back to? There are rockets falling there. We support the prime minister and the war, but he must look after us."
A woman named Barda told Ha'aretz, "There's no way I'm leaving here, I'm not going back to Kiryat Shmona. I have a 6-year-old who is wetting his bed again. My friends back home just told me of another rocket landing, another siren." The same report quoted a Kiryat Shmona councillor who said, "all the residents should be evacuated. This is no way to live. I'm calling on the prime minister to help us." In many cases, the flight from danger has been so abrupt that the colonialist settlers have left their pets behind to starve.

With the government cutting welfare checks to foot the bill, "some 10,000 to 14,000 residents of the northern town of Kiryat Shmona and its surrounding areas will be evacuated in the next few days."

It hardly comes as a surprise that these very same colonialists occupying stolen land thanks to the welfare policies of the Apartheid government now look to that same government to support them with more welfare to flee. What is perhaps more surprising is the support such government-subsidized evacuations have among those ordinarily opposed to such nanny-state welfare measures.

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home