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Sunday, June 19, 2011

An Example of Some Stupid Jewish Folks

I pick on Christians and Muslims a lot, mostly for the really dumb shit they do and say. Today, however, it is the Jewish that are in the cross hairs. Funny I mention "hair" because you'll never guess what happened:
Jerusalem rabbis 'condemn dog to death by stoning'
Yep, they thought...well, I'll let them tell it:
A Jewish rabbinical court condemned to death by stoning a stray dog it feared was the reincarnation of a lawyer who insulted its judges
Jesus fucking Christ that's a dumb story. Whiskey! Now!Aaaaaaand that's all I have to say about that because it's so stupid my brain just punched my face in the face for reading it.

Happy Father's Day to all the dads out there.

4 Barbaric Yawps:

At 30/6/11 6:40 am, Anonymous Mike Mellor said...

If you've ever studied anthropology you'll know that jews and arabs are both "semitic" peoples. Thus when you have a rant at palestinian muslims you're technically being anti-semitic and could be locked up. Beats me that Israel has the highest national IQ average and they can act like such stupid ****s. Just a hundred years ago christian ecclesiastical courts still regarded cats as incarnations of the devil and "sentenced" them to death by burning, disembowelling, crucifixion etc... On the other hand there could have been some truth in the accusation that the lawyer's soul had migrated into the dog in which case stoning was too merciful.

At 30/6/11 6:46 am, Anonymous Mike Mellor said...

Later: BBC took the link down. Perhaps because the article was inaccurate. Also perhaps because of pressure from influential persons. But that's conspiracy theory and we don't do that, do we?

At 30/6/11 6:48 am, Anonymous Mike Mellor said...

Found a reference (curiously enough also on BBC):

At 30/6/11 7:04 am, Anonymous Mike Mellor said...

Even later: careful reading of the BBC article seems to say that this particular incident was misreported.

However 20 years ago, this is pretty much what the rabbinical court envisaged, except that the dog escaped before it could be twepped.


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