Monday, July 24, 2006

Video - Violence and Hatred at Anti-Israel Rally in Boston

Anti-Israel rally in Boston. The amount of hatred never ceases to amaze me.
This is a GREAT blog...what video!
Hatred of Israel and Zionists: Boston Rally Video


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, very interesting blog greggy. I am a veteran of the IDF and Bostonian. I would like to share a story with you. On this past Yom Hazikaron I attended a service for fallen soldiers of the IDF. As I walked down Harvard Street to Kehilat Israel where the service was being held. I saw three clowns burdened with Palestinian flags and signs declaring disgusting accusations about my fellow soldiers. One even was heroic enough to hide his face behind a Kaffiyye. I was insulted that they would have the audacity to appear at such a solemn service and represent themselves so militantly. So I approached them and cursed at them in Arabic. They looked bewildered, not understanding me and seemed to deliberate whether I was friend or foe. It immediately occurred to me that these three miscreants were not Arabs but rather pathetic poseurs. Well, this set me off. I told them to go f*** themselves and find somewhere else to misrepresent themselves. Their ringleader, whom I did not recognize until seeing his picture today on this blog, was none other than David Rolde, Secretary and Administrative Committee member of the Green-Rainbow Party of Massachusetts. Well, Mr. Rolde made the grave mistake of calling me a coward. Without fear incriminating myself, I quickly proved him wrong as I spat my gum in his face and cold cocked him hard. He went down with a thud. Now, I have fought with Arabs and I expected a swift retaliation from his comrades. But these were not Arabs nor was there any militancy in their souls. They as cowardly as possible began to chant "assault and battery"! "Police!" The police, who were stationed 10 or 15 yards away, witnessed the whole incident and ignored it, not even motioning to aid these wastes of skin. (Way to go Boston's finest!!!!) The three valiant Palestinian want to be's scampered off in the most cowardly way helping their fearless friend with his broken spectacles. I walked into the synagogue under the guise of several Israeli embassy guards who smiled and nodded at me. I must say I am not a proponent of violence but even more so I am not ambivalent about deceitful cowards who side with murderers on MY STREETS.

5:23 PM  
Blogger Mr. S said...

Thanks for the story. I take it you served and returned to the States? Keep your ears open for those types and their activities and keep us informed of what's going on in the city in which the American Revolution was born.

12:13 AM  

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