Wednesday, April 14, 2010

When Never Again is not a Function of What Is, Is.

Posted By CotoBlogzz 04-14-2010 07:00

On April 12, the nation of Israel stood in silence for two minutes remembering the 6 Million who perished in the Holocaust, while world leaders engaged largely in a much publicized Global Mutually Assured Distraction conference - a most useless waste of global resources by the same leaders  largely responsible for the global state of affairs and seemingly agree with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who regularly asserts that the Holocaust never happened.

During the opening ceremony of the
Holocaust Memorial Day Israel President Shimon Peres said at  "Israel will never forget two commands from the Holocaust: The strong command to maintain an independent Jewish state, whose security is in its own hands, and with peace in its heart, and the command to take seriously threats of annihilation, Holocaust denial, and incitement to terror." 


While IDF Chief of Staff Gabi Ashkenazi said "In the In the name of my father and his family who dreamt of an independent sovereign state, and in the name of all the millions who never got to witness the realization of their dream I stand here today as the commander of the Jewish defending force, the Israel Defense Forces, and pledge on behalf of us all: We shall never again stand defenseless and in the mercy of others. Never again will Jewish children stare in fear begging to be spared. Never again will we let our enemies determine the fate of the Jewish people and we will able to protect our sons." When all of this comes on the heels of the current Administration's efforts to marginalize Israel's  Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and more than likely pursue a regime change, Ashkenazi are quite ominous, although not un-expected, as it is clear that at this time is deja vu all over again:  It is Israel Against the World, and this does not bode well for the future of a prosperous United States of America, make not mistake about it.

At the "Unto Every Person There is a Name" Ceremony Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said:  "My father-in-law's entire close and extended families - except for a few members - were murdered, including in the death camps.  His parents - my wife's grandfather Moshe Hahn and her grandmother Ita - and twin sister Yehudit were murdered; the latter was only 24."

At this time, it is clear that the US Administration uses words not unlike Humpty Dumpty - to mean, just whatever it wants.

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