Wednesday, January 14, 2009


Sorry for the lack of posting, but I'm battling Firefox.  Where, exactly, did Firefox get its good reputation?  It is unbelievably unstable, and every time it updates, which is very often, half of what you've had to laboriously install to approximate Opera's functionality suddenly, and mysteriously, doesn't work.  I know why it is popular.  Cubical prisoners seeking something to do all day other than what they are paid to do are dying for something useless to tinker with.  For them, it is perfect.  We live in a world where 'retarded' - from here - is a virtue.


Anonymous said...

What extensions do you install?

What version of FF?

Anonymous said...

Eliyahu advocates carpet bombing Gaza

All civilians living in Gaza are collectively guilty for Kassam attacks on Sderot, former Sephardi chief rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu has written in a letter to Prime Minister Ehud Olmert.

Eliyahu ruled that there was absolutely no moral prohibition against the indiscriminate killing of civilians during a potential massive military offensive on Gaza aimed at stopping the rocket launchings.

The letter, published in Olam Katan [Small World], a weekly pamphlet to be distributed in synagogues nationwide this Friday, cited the biblical story of the Shechem massacre (Genesis 34) and Maimonides' commentary (Laws of Kings 9, 14) on the story as proof texts for his legal decision.

According to Jewish war ethics, wrote Eliyahu, an entire city holds collective responsibility for the immoral behavior of individuals. In Gaza, the entire populace is responsible because they do nothing to stop the firing of Kassam rockets.

The former chief rabbi also said it was forbidden to risk the lives of Jews in Sderot or the lives of IDF soldiers for fear of injuring or killing Palestinian noncombatants living in Gaza.

Eliyahu could not be reached for an interview. However, Eliyahu's son, Shmuel Eliyahu, who is chief rabbi of Safed, said his father opposed a ground troop incursion into Gaza that would endanger IDF(jtt-jewish terrorist thugs - me) soldiers. Rather, he advocated carpet bombing the general area from which the Kassams were launched, regardless of the price in Palestinian life.

"If they don't stop after we kill 100, then we must kill a thousand," said Shmuel Eliyahu. "And if they do not stop after 1,000 then we must kill 10,000. If they still don't stop we must kill 100,000, even a million. Whatever it takes to make them stop."

In the letter, Eliyahu quoted from Psalms. "I will pursue my enemies and apprehend them and I will not desist until I have eradicated them."
Eliyahu wrote that "This is a message to all leaders of the Jewish people not to be compassionate with those who shoot [rockets] at civilians in their houses."

well, i would say, "let the nukes fall on squatland and u.s. of murder."

Anonymous said...

from 2006 paragraph by ilan pappe. was looking for article by sara roy, "manufacturing genocide in gaza". unable.

Ilan Pappe (Sept 2006)

"A genocide is taking place in Gaza. This morning, 2 September, another three citizens of Gaza were killed and a whole family wounded in Beit Hanoun. This is the morning reap, before the end of day many more will be massacred. An average of eight Palestinian die daily in the Israeli attacks on the Strip. Most of them are children. Hundreds are maimed, wounded and paralyzed."

the filth that has a name is the same yesterday, today, tomorrow. i will pray for both the dog and its ass to be thermoraptured.

Anonymous said...

Then why switch?

Rowan Berkeley said...

I like firefox, but I never used opera.

why is the comment system all https://?

Anonymous said...

Time for you to get the fuck out of Google town! The place is a big brother nightmare!

Anonymous said...

World's creepiest sport for the world's creepiest people:

Picnicking on Hill Overlooking Gaza, Israelis Engage in World's Creepiest Spectator Sport


Anonymous said...

a concise history of post-babylonian world:
jew swindles/kills non-jew,
non jew winces/apologizes/applauds.


Anonymous said...

I take it the reference is to persons confined to cubicles, Xymph, not persons shaped like children's blocks.

Anonymous said...

enlightenment in newspeak.
Progress and democracy are brave new supermarket paradise, mediocre but no place for populist fanatics and truthseekers,
Western politicians cry out loud, liberal profits are in danger,
the elders of Zion have a right to defend our debt given to us today and a new car tomorrow.
only one thing they got to hide, nature isn't going to be cheated, right?
(or somethingt like this it goes. Fritz)

Anonymous said...

I love Firefox, xymph :)

Anonymous said...

Try Scroogle.

It works for me.

Anonymous said...

Please file a bug report here:


A reader

Unknown said...

Firefox does not work for me.